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nil! KANSAS CITY foUlWAT. SATURDAY, SEl'TKMlllSn. L'l, tsns.
'KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Keeleylnstiiute HINGH BROS.'
t'l III lllte
t Minnesota Arena.
Meus served at all
hour . Hemodeled
throughout. St ary
HilBR tlrst-chs. Try
our i cent dinners.
firniemher then- l
rn Hretey Institute
In Knn.n. t Itr, Me.
Helium ir I limp
1 the best pnper fur the ndverttser
nnd ,ne nut sv ilber and only
10c a WeH
George M .Hughes. MAt yourself
mm (i me rcacc, -
liv Number WestTl
iiunnrM i-rompuy I Portsmouth
' :m 'OHTMlotUII llt.PO.
.Inllll T. Si me
1 rlmlnc (niiipiny,
AMI .1111111. Avis
Tho mime of this Arm
I ft K'laraiiteq of first
class work .mil prttes
runs stent with same.
The proof of Die pub
illtic Is In the eating "
Try tli I'm
- " ' .w, fc.,ii,wuilbliutl
.lll.tll 11 flf ttirt
All huslnftss oirofully
ami ptotntitly at-
ontco In Hip Welsh
JJloi'l,. I oitrlli nmi
MONEY SAVING BARGAINS FOR TO-DAY!
Cirm nnd wfjltp 1lol Hlrtnlteti only CV a p.ilr.
W bli.icliod Tnlilr Uimnk for 2.V yard,
All wool Si-rw nni II nrlottn Cloth, K Inches wlilp, rcciilnr 7; nnnlltv will ho 4V
llrst Lanrast-r Olnirliams only u- yard, worth more at wholi-Slc.1,
Kpr-Ptnl put prls on moil's, women's, RlrN" nnd bovs' Shoei to-dnv
ltimcmbcr. ai drni-ml unon xninll mu nmi m i.n..Ar. J,0;Jl.I0.vn' . .
Republican Ticket Wyandotte County,
H.HHI M.Xltl'lN Chli-f .luttlco ut tlin
Siipri 1110 Court.
II. I.. AI.IIKX .Itiilso ot tbo IllMrlct
W. !. lloi,T .IiiiIko of Iho Common
MIIN.JAMI.V M'HXIl'KM' Trflinurcr.
.1. . i,ii.Mii'i:M.tiii-siirrirr.
o. w. siii:i'iu:i:i-i:i'i;iti-r or dppim.
l.l'ONAItn DAMIH.s iiuinty Cli-rU.
.1. V. limri.mT Clork of tlin Common
l'tt il Court.
. I,. 'lODD-CoroiiHr.
I. . JIOIIUi:-CoiiiiulsMoiier of 8cond
ij The Journal ofilco has beon
q romovocl Irom the Chamber j
s of Commerce to the first floor I
) of tho Columbia Building at
H Sixth street and Minnesota
gnwwii." . w i, "rr. , cnmrxzsntttr -fmaum
BASK YOUR GROCER
B r -:FOR'--3
Arc now located In tho Now York Ufo
Jlulldlwr. Kansas City, Missouri.
Alma Creamery Butter.
Aliiu)t tlin best. 'I i'ii jriirs mi Una miir
lu't. I'nr Mile hi Inmlltiir Krociirii.
JiHlVdMA, IIOI.CO.UII Mi:it. Co.,
'i pi. w fst a. aki'uk.
WHY DO JOINTS RUN ?
THIS QL'KSTIHX IS IIOTII IMtlNO cin
.I.M A"I) l'Ulll.lC OI'l'lOIAI.S.
ARE SEEKING INFORMATION,
sin. iiANii-r.s wn.i. ni:sic.N rito.Minr.
Cltlcns' Tlrliot Will Not Ho Upon tlio Of-
fh 111 Itiillot Uio 'I ruili'i. Ahhtunlily
AMU Loimlili-ril ll(intt Mlltcli
tiuihtructcil In 11 Jlurry.
Tlio city nnd county nutUorlttcs iho
linve anytlilns to di with tlio enfoivement
of tlio prohibitory law seem nnxloua to
liuet Hid coiniiilttevs iippointcU tit a recent
meutliiB of cltUi'iis for tho ptiipos-rt of Und
ins out why "Joints" ato tuniilnif In this
i'ny Onu coinnitttoo wan nppulnliil to
confer with tlio iollci depaitmeut nnd etni
what nsstanci) tiny i-ould lender It In
tlio enforcement of the liquor law. A mom
ber of tliu polli-y board suld yesterday
that the committees could tender consider
ublu nsslslunce. "If the members of tho
ooiiiniuiees will go and ijet tvldenco ab'.ilnst
thf 'Jomtlals' nnd briiiK It 10 us, wo will
.evi t)i.it tho 'jolniH' tiro pulloil," Bald lie.
"Tiny can't render much n&blstunco by
t-linidy Kottlntf totfinlur nnd tall.lujr nnd
ixpietliiir koinu ono 10 to jnuko tho coin
jd Unts. ThL-pollcu expet lone this tiouble,
The persoiiB who p.itronUo tho 'Joints'
will not Inform on Hum, and the ikmpIu
who howl about them lunnlnv will not
t.x'iiro finy cvldenco, All wu ask Is for
these people who are bo anxious to lend
us ussistatH'o to t'f-t out and Ilnd the evl
denee iiibtoad of slitlnt; around nnd ubus
ni,' the police un 1 other people for tho
liaii-tiifoifcmeut of tho law."
CUy Couiikelor .Snyder said ho was par
lliulaily anxious to meet the committees;
bpixmited to ilnd out why tho forty ap
peal llriuor case have not been tifid In th'i
district coutt, "Tho fact la," bald he, "tho
crlinlnul docket has not been reached this
term, and It Is a pretty hard matter to
try criminal cascg diirlni; tho chit term.
When the cilmlnal couit docket Is culled
thebo catoH will bo tiled. They can't bo
County Attorney Sillier Is dealt ous of
jiaetlnfc- ono of 'the committees appointed
to k lilm why ho failed to auest cer
tain 'Jolntlsts,' after a list of witnesses
liud been furnished him by thu police tie.
paitmciit." JIa tald esierday that tbo
pollco furulsbod Wm with a certllled libt
cf wimoebes auainbt "JoiutUts" tried in po.
llco courr, but no witness was furnished
him to an ear to the complaint on which a
warrant could bu based. Tho suptetuu
wuit has decided that a witness subpoe
naed before tho county attorney for thu
purpose of securing evidence upon widen
to bao u. complaint, cannot bo compelled
to tettlfy at the Inuulsltion, and it I ex
tremely dltllcult to Ilnd a person who will
voluntarily makq complaint. Complaint baa
to bo Hud.' by a pi rton who jiurchabed
llciuor or by one who has seen oilier
l llcst fur I'll Mini; or 'Initio Uan. J
pee ni fB
Men Always Advertise.
WHATS ths rfinotl
11 mm with 1 sigh,
1 hit man loom neiter
than I ,
Hi dead essy. He
sets Ids laundry done
Hie great III to 1 ill
trr Hook of the it it.
llyS. 5v KINO. Ivan.
lis City, KaUv.
Absolutely fre from
p.irtlsin politic !-ent
poit psl I for SB Cent.
1 r1eihline llnl 11.1.
buccossor to Knntas City l'litilntf Mill,
tnsli, Dnnrs, Muiildlnits, 1 urnlng nntl I'lnn
Iiir, Troll nmi Itrtiul Mwliie, Mnlr lliillil
Iiir, Hunk (, muter, (linen 1 Ivtorii
ninl llttrilitooil I'lnUliltii;. I Ml
imiti 11 pnniiplly ItirnlMipil.
Oititnnil An-.. Inr. Ith s Km,,,,, i:r, Kfi-.
at Homo in a
"0, W, BETTS,
Joslice of the l'cacc,
II fill ml
jiubllclty If rpqtii.ti.l.
Collfttlotu a specially
Purr.i nxer nf Us.
Muutli. Slop I'nylttK
rs. - ... .
bhLLh VlbW !
$135, SlJO, $200.
1" rirnli. tinliiuca J
S. N. Simpson i Son,
rimmt e r ot Com. nidjj
W ynnilotto (In Co,
" """' iu iir.aw mo crowns 10
drink. Iho county attorney alo stated
J.?i 1he,lllld never turned anybody uwny
n.iSJ".1'1 V.'!"!0.!0 hl,u lo "lako complaint
niralnat "Joltitlsin," but, on the con
trary hnd issued warrants nnd cauttl nr
rests to bo made, "if tluro H anybody who
w , ? to feo tllu prohibitory law onforcct
let lilm Kl mo asslstAnco by furnlililnir
me a pornon who will ninkw complalnt.niul
10 will see- how quickly tbo warrant will
bo Issued nnd tho man arrested." llo
t-ald: All I ask Is for someono to tnako
the complaint, and I will do tho rust."
Was Cnui'il ,y nn Ofllror HniiiidcrKlnnil
lni; a 'lei, phouu JUhs.iko
Tho pollco otllelals of this city wore a
worried look" all day yosterday, the oausi
ot which was the oscuihi from tno city Jail of
lutrlck Thomason, one of thu tl..'o men
arrested by kho iKilice ot KniiMus City, iio ,
for the robbery ot I. Goldman's store at
No. C James street, this elt. The esenpo
of Thomason l.s partially duo to a. nils
undei standing of a tote-phono mes-sage.
Thursday at tci noon, when tho threo pris
oners were- biouKht hero from Kansas City,
Mo., they were llrst Interviewed by Captain
l'ortcr, and then bent to the city hou'iowr
at 'o. 2 station. Shortly after the thre-o
men hnd been taken away Horn pollco
headquarters a woman calkd and naked to
be allowed to talk with thu prisoners.
Captain Porter told her that they had bd-n
removed to No. 'i htatlon, and turther lit
toimed her that uhu need not ko to tlio
tiouble of visiting No '2 station, ies shu
would not be permitted to see them. Tlin
woman t-ald no mint', but Immediately went
away. Captain l'ortcr thought that sho
might go to tho station and succeed In
fceolng the prisoners. o ho called up Olllcer
Wilson, who was tlien in charge of thu
station, and instructed lilm not to allow
iukoiw to ee or tulk with the threu men.
Wilson misconstrued the captain's mes
sage, thinking the men hhould not be t-ceu
by other prlomrs. With this end in view
he 11I. iced them In tha women's cell.
The women's cell Is scarcely aafo enough
to hold a woman charged with any hi Ions
cilme. During the night Thomason, by tho
aid of one of hli llstn. broke a hole In tho
culling of his cell, pulled oft four laths mid
then climbed up Into tho g.utet. After
reaching tho garret lie found his way 10 a
rear window, from whence ho esciped. rhn
Jail di-llvciy was Tliicovetod in Mm to In
tercept tho other pilsoners from escnplng.
The pollco ot both cities were notllled. but
iii all probability Thomason will icmain at
latgo for Mimo time.
Chief ot roue,- Seiviss returned yoster
day morning fiom a two weeks' visit at
Slloam Springs, Ark. llo deeply regretted
1110 e-scupu ot Muomahou, as au consnieieii
I him a bad man. Jlo iald that he n .id 11 it
account of the capture on tho train and
1 was feeling very Jubilant, until he reached
1 the- city, only to lentn that tho worst of
tno tlireo men liiul got way.
.Martin and bhcrr.in weie turned over to
the Matu authorities stt'rdny morning
and were locked up In tho county Jail. It
Is claimed that Thomason admitted to Cap
tain Porter that ho had committed tho
crime nnd that tho other men had nothing
to do with It. Mrs. Thomnnn wa one of
the llrst to call at police headquarters yes
terday moinlng. She had read in tli
morning Joutunl of tho escape of her hus
band, and blie called to Milistnntlnto tho
Matomeut. When Informed of Us correct
ness she was overcome with Joy. Sli
laughed until the tears enmu to her eyes.
ii:i'irv coNsr.Mii.i: akhi:sti:i,
lie Iri Accutrtl of MUupproprlutliif? Money
I en In Ills ( linrgi'.
J. N. Turpln, a deputy constitblo nf Sil
ver Springs, this county, was air'sted Into
last evening by Detctlvo Tom Cahlll and
lockud up In the city Jail, lit was charged
with misappropriating money left In
When plaeed In J ill he made nn unsuc
cessful attempt to fool the police and be-cuit-
his lelease. Just after the oillcers
locked him up they were- attiaeled hi a
loud nolio coming from his oh Wlmn
they went back Turpln was lJng on tho
Moor and was seroamlng loudly and in
bidkeii InngiiiiKO telling that Ids head was
ba.ll hurt bv thu iron bunk falling on
him Tho oillcers looked lilm over, but
tumid no Injuries, They then dlscuveiel
that It was only u rust, liy whloh tho tnnii
hoped to escape, llo wus seelliely locked
In tho cell again and will stay theic until
lie comes out for trial.
mh. DANini.s wir.r. itr.sniN,
llellevcn lit Sluuilil Not Ileiuiiln on tlin
llniird W hllo a Cuiiilltliile,
Tho resignation of Mr. Leonard Daniels
ns a member of tho boaid of pollen com
mlssloiiorb will, it is suited on uoud 1111.
thoilty, be placed in the hands of tho gov
ernor in the near future. .Mt. Daniels Is
the Hepubllcan noinlueu fur thu olllrn of
county clerk, und it Is ptati'd by his frlmdi
that hu does not desire to luaku the mc
for thu clerkship while holding another
wont 111: ci;itTirn;i,
Tho CltUius' 'llikt't lll Not Appear Upon
The supporters of the "citizens' " ticket,
which has cruued much dissension utnong
tho Democratio leadeis In this count ,
will, It was btnted jebttiduy upon rellabli
authority, have- no ticket to light for. Tho
ticket vvill lint bo certllled to the county
cleik, and consequently will not be on tho
oltlelal ballot. This will leave tho Demo
crats without a candidate In the Held.
llONi: IN A IIUICUV,
hultth Constructed by thu ITiilou Terminal
A Bvvltch track tvas constructed on Ohio
tivenuo yesterday and list night for tho
Union Terminal Hallway Company by u.
foreo of 100 men. Tho work was rushed
through iu order to avoid an Injunction
being Issued before Its completion. Tho
company obtained a franchise to construct
Desirable office rooms; also store room
In Chamber of Commerce hulMlne, Kan
sas City, Kas. Apply Alex. Findlay, agent,
i Uuaker building, Kansas City, Mo.
Trouble (Iter u loam.
Paul lleam, a teamster fiom Atchison,
arrived In this city ubout a week ago, una
lieum transferred the ownership of tho
team to his wife. Yesterday they hud un
ullt rcatloie and Beam took the team and
left llir- city Mrs 1!cnln went before Ju
tb a lletts nnd hnd nn nlMililn nt luet
for tho tMim About two In urn lull i
Deputy Cotistdbli- llrnwn iiv rtimk Ib-nm
about tr'n tnll wrst of the rltv. licit in
U now tr.vlnpr ti grt a r'-driivery bond m
order to loplcvln the tenni.
si't.t lAt, Mi. in ISO,
Will lie Held by the I ride' AmpmiIiI) In
Cniisldir 11 Hint oil.
A dpcelnt tit''llnif of thi Trndoa Awiti
bl hn lxrn inlle.l for II o'rlook to-morrow
nt Hvver hull, to take action on
tlu lmyrott bi'itun b IVslnral lullmr t'nlon,
No, 6if3, Atncrti-mi 1'cilcrallon of hnudr,
nvnlnst the Swirt I'ne'kllut Compnliy. The
tnM'tlng wnc ( ailed nt the inuHit elf cei
irnl (Nltpati'c from Uu Wbor union whkh
'us lwjiotud the compniiy.
i.v 1111: ((tint is.
Anna CralhrT, a member of th oo'.vn
lion Army, of Arsronttne, jextertiay tiled
cult tn tin- dllrltt ourt luminal her him
band, I, N, ('rnlhers, for dlv-nnc. In thB
pe-tition die rkilmc that bet htmtmhd ithnn-liom-d
hrr i-lsrhttin uumths nro. He n
a Un man (in tlm intil Fe rami. After he
left h. r fli iait 0 l Joined the army.
r.llu Nolan nlro flU.I r tilt for tllvorrs
nttalnt her huMmml, Dnnlfl N'olnli. They
wer. imirtled In .lnrlnnd in IsTI, ami hmo
a fnnillv nf clx chlhlren. Hh charges the
di'fpiidnnl with i-twltv. Nolan Is n. con
din tor en tln Mnple lnf road
M Klein brKHii Mellon nKltit V. W.
Rhrrwtn to revmer 160 on a bid for trti r
in tln district court yectenlny tlit Atner
lean National bank cecuioil jtnlHrnsn
ngulniit i:. IJ. Illelmriloon for R,iw on a
note Jttdgii Aldn then adjourned cuiitt
until Monday tinirnln.
Just after adjournment of the illntrlrt
court vosttrrinj n jonnit man of Kocednle
tMinied C. II. ilntis, who hnd been- draw'n
on the regular pnni'l of Junirc, aptnan-l
In court lino to.: Jtidt Akl-n that It
would be ImiHwoiliie fur him tu wno on
the Jury tlii term on a 1 mint ot Inmlness
miKiigemeniH lit- said hn hnd with him
u jnilUK loan who lmn- inrno than he
did who would crvn 11 n n miltet tttlt tn Ills
titaiixv After catehlnic his breath, th
Judi tiihl Hates that he could not use
fUbstlluti'S 111 bin emirl, that tlio cotiniy
Jail vmik tho only place whore "subs" could
Tho Jun In tho cn of the state ngnlnat
I'eter Meliilui k, rtinrgi-d with ascaultlng
Atil St-luirlkl, with Intent to kill, n
turncd 11 virtlbt yecteflay of niqulttnl.
Tho cns against J. llurbi, charned with
Jilghwnv robbery, wn then placid on
trial. .Mr. e'arlein ot Arinoiirdalc, claims
that HutU held him up and rulb''d him
of a gold wiitch nnd K" in rnali.
Tlio follonlng list of ciieelal Jurors were
drawn vesti nlns for th- prvcent t rm n'
tho dlstrl.-t couit: M. Motirath. II. Wuir,
It. T. Akers, i:. S. Merrill, Louis Ilenson.
11. V. Herry, 1 Horseman. M D. Olinnd
1 r, C. L. Simpson and W. N. Woodwanl.
ltrrovereil 111 '1 rnnilt.
A"lstnnt County Suivej-or Harris v yec
tenlay recover'd tin- trntiflt which was
taken fimii him while at work titar Ruse
tmre Wfdno.stlav. lie learned that It was
in a alcon at rourteenlh street and C,rand
avenue, Kiuicas Clt, Mo., and he went
over thro and got It. Tin- Inrtembr
htate-d that while driving along tho roml
wny he raw tho transit lying In the road
ami h" pUked It up and brought It to the
city, expecting to Ilnd tho owner. The
bartemlfr nottlleil the city engineer's de
partment In Kansas City, Mo, nnd In this
way Harclay found out whete It was.
Itev. A. II. Slot" nnd wife nnd son, Fred
rick, have returned fiom Osaga City,
Kas.. where they attended the mnrrliigo
01 their eldest son, W. It. Stole, to Miss
Florence Marshall, daughter of ltev. T. L
Maisluill, of that plan'. Tho wedding took
place In the 1'iesbytcrlan chinch, followed
by a reception at tin- homo of the bride.
Theto were 2J0 guest. Mr. and Mrs. Stole
will rcMdu at Cnloiiulo Springs, where All.
Sloto Is engaged In business,.
'! right tho ".Inliitkeepi-rs."
A few- lepreienlntlves of tho various
Christian Fndeavor Sjcietleh ra. t lat night
nt tho Y. M C. A. rooms, Fifth street nnd
Minnesota avenue, to nn.ingu for .1 flcht
on the 'Jolntlsts' of the cltj The sub lei t
was discussed thoioughly, and a plan sug
gested for nctlon. The socletlos will en h
be requested to ulect ib legates to a meet
Ing, to be held soon, where a plan of ac
tion will be adopted unfl steps taken to
wago war on the "Jolntkecpers."
Will Iirliu: 11 Libel --till.
F. P. Mills, the attorney for V Tl.Steb
blns, the- former resident of this city who
was ancsted at Sundnnce, Wo., on a
charge of forgery, 11 lnv dnvs ago, bi.vs
he will bring a libel suit for J'iO.OOO against
ltucelver Adams, or the Plrat National
bank, of SuiKlnte, who cnused Stebblns'
driest. Stebblns was discharged ut his
lti pairing Iih Trm Ic.
The management ot the- "L" road 1ms
placed 11 1 irge force of men ar woik 10
palilng the trai ks of tho entire system.
Superintendent linrnh.m stntetl jestertltiy
that It had been tho Intention of the com
pany to put all new rails down, but owing
to tho tolling mills being eiowdod with
oidenl. It would be Impossible to secillu
new nils befoie spilng.
Illeil of CniiMitniptbin.
Frederick Itouter. ngtd J1, died of con
sumption at ids home, D1S Nebraska ave
nue, jesterdny afternoon. Thu film ml
will be held Sunday afternoon nt 2.30
o'clcolc from tho German M. I'., church,
comer of Flglith nnd Stnto streets.
V. "M. C. A. .Vleetlng.
To-morrow afternoon ut 1 o'clock the
Young Men's Christian Assoil.ttlon will
meet for tho llrst time Its in w. general
M'cretary, W. A Venter. In addition to
nn addtess by Mr. Venter, extra ptovl
blons will be made for special atti notions
In the way of music.
V, .11. ('. A. I ruin Carnival.
Tho ladles of the Y. M". C. A. Aid com
mittee uiu airanglng for the trades c.u
11lv.1l, which they expect to give on Octo
ber 10, 11 nnd 12. Finnish merchants Iiavo
subscribed for thu advertising to mnko
the rurnlval 11 success, and the voting
1 idles aio drilling threo nights each wetk.
S. II, Andrews, aged St years, nnd Fmrnlo
carter, aged 2C, both of Wjandotto count,
wen 111,111 lid scstctiliiy mumlng by Ptu
bato Judge Anglo
Jacob rinsHcnbneker was arraigned In tbo
piobate rnuit jesteiday moinlng on the
charge of Insanity. Ills onso was continued
until this moinlng.
Tbo no of tho government ngnlnst
Itizin Wilcoxitn, clinrged with teeelvlng a
pension certlllrato fiom James I Illllin .1 ns
f-t'cuilty on a loan, will be called In Com
missioner Pciry'a couit ut 10 o'clock this
Money to loan. W. A. SIMPSON.
The Monday Club has Issued Its pio.
ginminu for tho ensuing yeni's entertain
mints. Tho piogrninmu Is gotten up In
veiy lieut btle, and soino vciy lntetestlng
entertainments mo booked to taka place tu
the near futllie.
Mrs. It. Durgnn, ot Atchison. Is In the
city, the guest of .Mis. T. D. Ilradford.
Mrs. J. A. Sivntt and sou bavu tetiitnod
fiom Sheboygan, Wis
Mr. Fied liucbiin will leitvo Monday for
CliUngo, when ho will enter iho Nntth
western law school. Sir. Iluchin Is a grad
uate of the Lawrence university, and after
completing his law couio hu will luiiiin
to this city and practice.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Welnbeig, of tho Wcln
lietg Department store, havo mint nod
fiom the Fust, where they havo been pin
eluiblug fall and winter goods.
Mrs. S. S. Wtlght. of Hedalla, Is iu tho
city, tho guest of Mis. 11. Smith, of LMgei
IJd .Smith, of Old Mtxli'o, Is visiting bis
brother, II. 0, Smith, of Fdgeiton place.
Ilov John Dennett, ot I'm! Scott, is In
the illy visiting friend. Ho was fonnptly
lector of St. Paul's Fplicopal church.
The Hoard of Trndo Will Sunn Arrange for
Piirtlclpiitbiii In the IC11r11lv.il
A special meeting of the board of trade
will bo held In a few dajs to make arrange
ments to have Argentine it presented in
the Karnlval Krewo parade In Kunsas
City, Mo, A meeting was hold esteiduy,
but no action was taken, as seveiul mem
bers am out of the city. Last veur this
city had a good representation In the pa.
rado and will doubtless have a betttr ono
A Dotiblo 1'iiiicnil.
A double funeral was held yesterday aft.
ernoon from the Second Tl.intlst church
(colored), over the bodies of W III IJuchanau
and Joseph Scott, the two boys drowned
in tho Kavv river Wednesday night. Tho
services were largely attended. The body
of the Scott boy was burled at Oak Giove
cemetery and that of the liuchanan boy ut
Will Hold u bpeclul -Meet lug.
A special meeting ot the board ot cduca-
ti ti will be held Mon In v 'V.titnw to con
si b i- pi m for iieeommo r 1 v Ihr large at
i 11 Inn It I In publl. - '1 ol 'I he nt
i' in Inn. e this Venr is mn li nrntr Hinn Inst
nn I the four biilldltiRs in- limtleipiiUe to
upplj the tierc'iary room
A Oravec w is itncd ft sn.1 eols In police
cuirt yclerdny He was iharRetl with be
ing .irunk and dUorrteMj. ., ,
rrsnk Huhfmrd In ehtertnlnltiR Sth lltlt
b f. of Soiitherit Mls(inrl
Aliermnn tl M. Ilubbard, of the llrst
w ltd Is seriously III. , .
Mm. DHtilel llusted will lesve next week
for Minneapolis to Pnd stvetnl wn-ks, .
Dnnbl llusted, t Metroplllan nveniie. Is
serlotislj ill. .
Jnhn Green will lenve roon for VlrRlnln,
Wlirte be will reside; In the future,
Mrs Thomas Hurrett, nni her fatbcr-ltf
Inn, .1 K Itnrrett, went to Wlnchesur,
Kna., ecterdn. . ..
Miss Nutle Vntiilervvtlkcr and Ktn-ene
Bartlelt wtre mnrrlnl Wednesday nlRht nt
ih- home of the bride.
.luilgn ecu-rill tnv iiti't lbi liar In Itellev
Ing 1'iiiple ut 1 heir .M.ilrliuuulil
The enrly morntnir trains for InJepend
etice were well Illlt'd yesterduy with un
happy men nnd women, bent on seeking .1
divorce Iu Jiilge Scnrrltt's court. It wits
divorce day, nnd thirty-one nilsninted
people with Various tfttes of mntrlmonlnl
woe wore present with their witnesses Iu
When Judge Scnrrttt survejed the crowd
In the court room, he found his audience
finite fashionably ntllii-d. Theto wete
women past the inertillnn of llf" and
vounr girls, all w tinting divorces. Several
fnllid to secure 11 decree, and their tlls
appolnlmi tit was very keen.
The ruses tried yestenlflv were tlefnitll
cases, and the applicants, with one or two
exceptions, hnd smooth snlllmt.
I.larle U, liny secured 11 divorce from
Wsltcr ltny, nnd was awarded the cus
tody of her child. The defendant was
not abb' to appear In iiiurt, had he the
Inclination so to do. Hay was convlcti I
recently of petit larcenv. and prior to his
conviction was bound over to the gtand
jury for slcnlliift riom Martin Snjder ,V
Co. two mniidnlln. Itav Is a mush Inn
nnd It Is claimed that hu Is Insane, cnused
by excesstvo smoking.
Cliyton Imnii'l was granted a decree of
dlvor. e flbin his Wife, SuKiin Iininel The
defendant llled 11 sensational cross-bill, but
vvlthdicvv the same lit fore the ease was
called itnmel teslllled that his wlfo In
terteted with his duties as a balesman by
reason of her jealous).
Mnry Isnbel Smith secured a divorce
from George . Smith, also the custody
of her live children. The defendant was
cb irged with vagrancy.
Jeulouoy caused Albert Kennedy to be di
vorced fiom Ills wife, .Mnry '.. Kennc.lv.
Kennedy alleged that the nagging of his
wife caused him to be affected with a ner
Carrie It. Grlswold .secured a dlvorco
from htr husband, Cl.iren. ... and the tem
jKiiarv injunutlon restraining tho defend
ant from middling with Mis. Grlswold'a
restaurant, on West Twelfth stieet, was
II. S. 1 '.urchin! wns divorced fiom bis
wife. Mngylo, on rnthcr unusual grounds.
He testified that she gave so little atten
tion to hir household duties as to cause
the plaintiff to movu on account ot tho
Ilva Itay ohtolned a divorce from her
husband, Frank ltny, who, she alleged,
tore In r clothes oft her back to pawn them
nntl gambled the money away. Fish- .1.
Heoks ulo secured a divorce from Will
iam S. Peeks, mt the cbnrse of noti-biipport.
These divorces wtre a Imi gianted:
James Harry Leo from Dora Leo, deser
tion; Anrou L' wis from Curdle Lewis,
biiitnl tientment: Chailes It Copland from
Ida M Copland, desertion, Martha II. Tag
gart from John W. Tngentt drunkenness;
Alvln N. Thompson from Hose Thompson,
dest'itlon: Sherman Peteile from Alice
Pitcrle. habitual drunkenness, Fiank S.
Lvo fiom Anna Lye, d, .rtlon; Frank
Moore from Mary F. Moore, Infidelity;
Mary II. Smith tiotn Al xnuder Smith,
deseillon; Michael Sanpert from Lucicti.i
Knupert. Inlldelity; 18.104.22.168c Pullman from
Louis ltiillm.in, desertion Hannah J. Lan
ders fiom Itobcrt F. Lindiis, et nelly nrd
desertion, Mugaret F Sihiilnler ft am
Jamb A. Schniedei. nb in lonmeiil; George
A. Whelen frum Louclla Whtlen, drunk, n
luss, Anna Iliichnn from lltiuy Ilm him,
xnifinuiv; S. donln C. HuiMss from Pieh
nrd F. Hurgess drunkenn. ss, .Margaret F.
Wilson from Martin L. Wilson, desertion;
LouNe 11. Schoof liemi Fiederlck M.
Schoof, drunl.inn.'ss; Gtorge II .Mack
from his wife, I'ollclu S. .Mack, abandon
ment; Jcneth McUonkoy fiom John Mr
f'onkov. nbindonmrnt: Amos W Wills
fiom Alary C. Wills, inlldelity; Fllrnbcth
Armsttong from Thoims J, Aimsttoug,
When Judge Seanltt had cleared the
docket ho adjourned couit until Monday,
nt which tlnio othit divorce cubes will bo
Wants It -et Alili.
F. A. Freeman, who owns twenty shaie.s
ot stock of the Knusis City, Independence
: Park railway, tile l 11 motion In the cir
cuit couit at Iiidepi ndi nco yesterda) to set
asldo the decree of i. closure grained bv
Judgo Scairltt several days nt'o In favor uf
tho Central Tiust Compiny, of New Voik,
Freeman, In his muilon to tut aside the
decree, alleges that thu foreclouie pro
eet dings were Institute 1 by the Metropoli
tan Street Hallway Company, foi the pur
pose of defrauding the holdeis of svoi k.
The motions sets out thit the Central Tiust
Company allowed the 10 of Its name in the
pioneedlngs. The plaintiff asks a stay ot
execution until enabled to llle a bill In
chancery lestralnlng the further enforce
ment ot tho decree.
I.nst liny nf tin rnlr.
Yesterday was the last day of the Lee's
Summit fair and tho usual ctowd was In
attendance. The association nnllztd .1
good sum of money 01 r expenses. It was
(stlmiled thnt Hilly fi"l people visited tho
fair on Thursday last and 4,iV) )e?tnday.
The entire nii-etlng has been such a siicctss
that the mnnngeinent proposes to double
its eftorts next year nnd add to the bull I
ings, a number of vvhb h nie alieady ciel
llublo fitructurc'3 and p-rinunent.
Minting .if Hu .Vliiulelpnt Aisurliitlnii.
Tho meeting of the Municipal As'oela-
tlon was held list nlKht In the touncll
tlnimbfr. Then wis unite a crowd present
to disi uss the question up for debate. Many
spcei lies were made The nssotiitlon wis
a unit on the question of building .1 ilty
hull It Is pioposed to bring this hsue be
foie the ell council next Tuesday night
and have some action nken. Man) of tho
prominent cltlcns of iho city are against
making the tlty hall question nn Issue at
present for the leasoti that It will detract
from tho question ot sow erase.
Tho county court h'dd 11 short session
)usi'idiy, ndjoutnlng ut noon. J. II.
Lowe, of this city, llled with the couit
1111 olter to tix thu clock on tho court bousu
fur .") 'Iho count) court iigrtod, provldi 1
the city ot Ind. pendenco would pay half.
The euntiiiet of A. J. Foirester lor the
building of abutments on the Indian creek
und Holmes road was approved by tho
court. Tho contract calls for $1 per cubic.
)iird. Tho court will meet Monday ngiilu
us A board of equalization.
Mrs. Guble I.iim'h Her Cue,
The sealed verdict handed In by the Jury
In the cue of Mrs., Carrie. K. floble against
Knnsus fit) , to iccovi r M.Q'ifl damages, w is
iipitiuil )osteruay. in" jui) iiiiinu ior tn
defendant city. Mis. fJoblo formerly lived
in this city.
Orvllb James and wife arrived home yes.
terday from their Fasiern trip.
i'. It. Thomas, J. J. Owens and John
riournoy arrived hume yesterday from
tin ir hunting trip thiough tho Northwest.
There will be a Sunday school rally to.
moriow morning at the Christian church,
All n f ilm Sunday sehuols In tho city havo
been Invited 10 utt' nil
James Iteardln his sold his crack driving
ten in, Dock and Maud, which took the blue
llbbon at the lioi'.-e show.
Mrs. II, Y. Sherwood of St. Louis. Is tho
guest of her parents. Dr. and Mis, John
Mi Kill Trow has returned to her homo
at Kldorado Springs, after a pleasant visit
with ft lends In this city.
A notlco was posted In tho electrlo lino
depot )utcrdny to the etfect that the prop,
my of tho Itapld Trtnslt tnllway was Iu
the hands of tho Mctiopolttati Street Hall
Southwest Missouri Ciinfcrciu r.
Webb City. Mo., Sept, 20.-(Spee'lal.) The
Southwest MlsbOiiil conforeiico of the
Mulhodlst Fplseoial cnuu-h. South, began
beiu to-da), Hlshop W. W, Duncan, of
South Caiulinu, pi. siding. Ono hundred
und liny pieaihus. iwenty-ilvu lay dele,
gutes utid many visitors from the sui round,
ing country aio In attendance. No session
was hell this afternoon, and tho visitors
wore dilven to the lead und line mines of
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
"KAMA ON WltPI'.I.S" Wll.t. TAKK IIS
IIIU'Altltllt: I HUM IIIIS I'HVi
A t.nent Million I lull (Ircnnlird-Siill
Asnln.t mi liiaitrniire Compnny tnl
tu dull fur Hill lliijs- Mlacel
linn mis and P. l.iiinil,
A local Mlltton rttili wni orcnnlxeil In
thia city lnt nlRhl by 11 mcpllnir nt
clt mens, vvlilcli vmih well ntteiulcil, In
Uio city council chnmher. Mn)or lJ. A,
llimk vvnc t'leolett prcslilent idnl F. V,
It hue been lltmtly tlelortultied thnt
tho "Knns.iaoli Wheels" shall Ptuit fmnt
LeavenwMitlt ftbutil Hit middle ot Oc
tober. All tho supplies npcctmitry to
malt, up tlie fficnt display will lie
chipped to tills point nnd be tirr.ingcd
tu tho earn here. It W estimated that
tliero will be from llfteen tu thirl) sfuiir
cars, und If tlie hitler number nhtitlld bo
U'liohcl the train for the lJnst will be
divided Into thlii- scttlulis,
1'iesldfiU IltHik, of tliu loe'nl club, will
nt nn enrly ilnti' uninc the e-oiumlttccs
Hint aie -to it":elvc und tnke euro of tho
slippllt'i. that iirilve lieic, ti tut tbntn will
ills) be u coiiimltltu appiliittil to take
cine of . un! etitertitlii the noted Kiinsuns
about twenty Iu nil that will emuo to
Li-nvciiworth to pivceed Fast with tills
Bront dlcphiy of Iho wealth nnd ugti
cultural resources of Kuiisiim,
(lot Hill ll,i). In .tnll.
Ilefor' Judge- Catney yestftdnv nftcr
noon, In the onso of the stute ngnlnst
.lonti Itnndolpli, tlm charge of burglary
wns dismissed nntl tbo defcndotit vv is
Iniind guilty of larceny front n dwellltig;
und given 100 il.'ivn In tho colliil) Jail,
.Suit .Vgnliist 1111 tii.iiriiute Cniupiiiiy,
In tho district coutt yesterday after
noon Juiui'S Mtileo, I'Xi'OUtor, llloil Hint
against the Ac Inn Llfo Insuriinco Coni
pnny to recover a JC27 llfo policy on J
J. Hcrno, decensid. Tho policy was pa
nblo to Miss Sainh .1 MoGoe, but somo
parties Iu Chlcngi 1 Intm an liitoiosl In
the lollcy, hence the suit. Wllllnni
Dill appeals us counsel for tlie plalntltf.
Warrant I ssur.l.
A .stnto warrant was Issued yestcrdn.x
nftptnoim nt thu Instiuuo of llcim.in
Kolirocder. olmiglng Ft. .1. F. Sohuluttus
with ftaudule-ntly obtaining money on
worthless personal chis-ks, ami the prlp
otior will have 11 pielltulniity lioarlng
next woik. Ho Is still ciuii.ned Iu tho
county Jail, having boon unuble to be
'in Our I , nvi'iiw nrtlt Subscribers.
Mr. W. .1. F. Marshal bus been ap
pointed I.eavenwoitli circulator of tho
Kaiisna City Journal. All subscription
iiccotints from Juno 1, 1S?.", 1110 duo nnd
payable to him.
Till: JOURNAL COMPANY.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 1", 1!M.
All-i ell menus.
In Judge. Fond's coutt yestordiiy nftcr
nomi Cli.iib'rt Oldlleld was put under
bond to keep the peace, ho having
thioateiied to kill Fdvvln Smith.
Tho board of health yeste-rdny nfter
nooii (ltiiiiiiiitliied 11 hoiihc on Osngo
.street, vvhotu a case of diphtheria was
repot tod to exist.
Albert Foltgher was yesterday placed
in tho Kunsns state penitentiary by
Sheilll' Itnlbt'iilierger xvlll take two
bo)il to tlio lofottn Seho.ll tu-d.iv
If. C. Frown, assistant genotnl pas.s
ongor agent of tho Knne.is City & North
western toad, was In Leavenworth 50s
toiday. A. ('. Goodrich, of tlio Ohio & Missis
sippi torn!, was in this city jostoidav
New corn bns inndo Its uppoarime In
Iho mat lent. It Is dry, shells 11b oly and
brings u0 cents per bushel.
Judge Alter bud tho usual grist In the
pollco emit t jestonlay and sum" nld-tlme
offenders got their duos
Arthur Simmons is still cotitltud to bis
residence by blckness.
Governor A. .1. Smith, of tho Soldleis'
homo, who 1iai Inert in the- Fast f.,r
si vornl weeks, is expected to return to
Frank Snell left vesterdnv for Jefferson
City, Mo., where his mother is dang, rously
Mrs. W. A. Ilullt left yesterday for Her
Ington, Kas, to visit lelntlves
Mr and -Mrs J. C, Kernor returned la.st
eviiilng from their wedding lour.
A. Thomas returned jcbtcrdny from n
brief visit at Slatei, Aio.
Tho enrollment of scholars at St. Thom
as' cuholle school Is now 110,
MiUo Million.')-, of St. Louis, Mo., Is the
gin st of friends here.
Mrs J. Al. .Michael nnd children, of non
111 r Springs, are guests of Aimuurdalo
.Mrs. p. Holslnger returned from Hutch
inson. Kas., vi hern she has been attend
ing the W. C. T. II, lonveutlon, jeslorday.
Tho Ftuesters of this pi ico will give a
box bocl.il In the near future.
Mis Cox, who hns been attending tho
state liaptlst euutentlon at Ottawa, Kiih ,
icturmd homo )osi.i,iiiy.
Thc trial of Archie Pullman and George
llliiiinsou was held in Judge Nichols'
cuurt jisterday and they wetu put undur
a J.00 build. In default of which they vvue
Dt II l IU Jit II.
lthhnrd Fllzgernld, Sr Is reported to bo
The Kansas City Jotirml Is delivered In
Itosednio by L.igene Allller. who will al6u
collect for Hie same nt the reduced rato ot
10 tenis a week and make his collections
Sodalln, Ato. Sept. 20.-(HpeIal ) Alex
onder L Due's resldetico at SolevlIIo was
destroyed by dm this morning. Luss un
building and (unletits, JJ.MjO, Insurance,
Oiuiiin. NVli , Sept, 20.-A special to tho
Iho fiom Arapahoe. N.b., sii)s: As tho
result of a trivial dispute Peter Ketilzel, a
faitnei' tt-sldlng near hoi.-, )estcrd.y shot
and killed his wlto and then blew out his
Homo, Sept. 20. In honor of tho fetes
rnmni.'inoiailng thu entry of Hie Kalian
army into Hume In 1D70, King Humbert
bus gt anted .1 paidnn to all the Sicilian
iluters who were undergoing suiicnus of
Imprisonment fur less than tin )eius.
..J-'1!,",!1'"'""1' w- v'. Seld- 20. .Mrs. Al.
w. Thompsun, a wllow, ngtd 10 )turs. ft II
through tho 1 lev atnr shaft at the Main
eapllol building to-day, live blot Ies. Sho
was Instantly killed. Sho was seuvtmy
ut tho Statu Historical Antlquailau Socl-
Denver, Col., Sept. SO.-.MIIII0 Alerz, nged
3, t-ndtavoied to kindle a lit u In thq kltoh
tn stavo by using kerosene. Tlie can of
till 1 xploded, tho girl and her baby broth
er, aged 2, being burned to death They
wiiiv the chlldien of a dalr)man living
elBht miles lust of tho city.
Sod ilia, Mo., Sept. 20.-(SpcolaU Oscar
ott, salesman for Dougherty-iiraus Drug
Company, Si. Inils. was held up by threo
pickpockets on n. Missouri, Kansas Ai Tex
us irviln at Cllnion this inoruliig nnd
lobbi'd of a 13W diamond stud. Tho thieves
Jumped oft the tiuln at North Clinton and
Chicago. Sept, 20. Stanislaus Ciohockl, 13
jearb old. was driving a hoise which
b-illud The boy got off thu wagon ami
Miked thu horto ripiatedly n ihe- region
of tho stomat li. Tho animal returned tho
compliment, lauding lu tho s.unu plaen
and now tho physicians say Clohockt will
die Tin horse is doing well.
Chuileston, W, Vu., Sept. 20. A sensn?
Hon has been occasioned heie by tho re
port of an expert uccountant, who has
bleu examining Into thu condition of tho
county 1I11.111C14 for several weeks past,
The upon ehows a shortage In tlio coun
t) funds of 'J.0S0. Tho books of tlio vari
ous ollleeis, it Is said, have bee'n kept In
a haphuzaixl' manner.
Fmiwrlu, Kas., Sept. 20. (Special.) At
u meeting last night of the Logrolling As
boi lation for Lyon and adjoining counties,
oil! eis for the ensuing year were elected
as follows; President, George It. Allen, of
Fmporlaj vice pitsldent. It. F Hales, Al.
len, st crotar), Herman lletschlag, Fm-i-orla;
tieusuier. J V. Mitchell, Americus.
Pilzo winner of the btst ax, George It.
Allen, Fmpotla, tsecoud, John Smith, Fro
uiont: thitd, Flnur Sims. Fuioorla.
i-shSii J A
': 'y&$m s? t
when 3'ou buy inferior soap
instead of the genuine
The favorite of every
either in the laundry or
cleaning. Sold everywhere. Made only Ivy i
THE N. K. FAIRBANK
un West otli Street, Kansas City, 1M0.
Tbo Old Pelmble Iluettir. Oltle.t III Age, I.oncfst f.iirnled. A ItegTllaf
C.niiliinte in Meilltlnt. Over H7 lears hpeeliil l'ractl.o.
...,.,.i..,., 1,.. n... uint.. I.. ttatrnnnniC. NtPVOUS nrf srtflAL OlSVAStS. Cures
' 5 fr
puiirmitce'liir money t-tnndrd. Ad tiirdiclnes furnished teailr lor use. No deU'n
tlou Ir un business. Patients nt 11 il'st.itiiu treiicd by mail nnd express. Meillclnes
BenruTervwhcro. frco f mm pare, or In e.it.ni;e. r ',un;es low. over ..mhi imisi s curru. vhc u. .
rVtieHcuci) tiro important. J-tatuycurcuso uudscmi for terms. Cousultutiou is frco nnd cowl
ib 11ll.1l, ulther personally or by lottor. ......, ,c ... .ex
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, eJrVn.!;,r!rnc"v':)
producing losses, pimples und blotches on the fare, rtt'lirs of blood to bend, psltn Iu l"cjt. cob
fused Ideas unit forgeltulness, lmsbfulncss, iiverslmi to soclctv, los til ecxuiil povrer, lo-s tit
Bintinotd. ie . cured fur llfo 1 run stop ml night b 'sses, restnro loft sexual power t, storo ucrvo
and brain power, enkugo nnd stn Ufftbeu w cuk
J I !c that tcrriblo dlsrnsc, in nil Its
'- fnnns nnd ct nres cured for
I1IC. JIIOOU 1'OieoniHK, nilin I'lstu-us, un -i-i
Swell lues. Sores, 1 lonorrhu-n and (Jleet, nntlull
forms of l'rlriUo l)lscasc.s positively cured or
money rcfiiud"d, ,
Dn,,1. for both sexes, I0 pnecs, 27 iilrtures,
LXJOlv trtiolo life, with full description of
nbovo diseases, tlio erfecls nnd cure, sent seal,
ed In pbilu wrnppi rfnr f. Ill stamps. Jtcid this
little book and answer list of questions.
t. . 1 fe.i s.... r t.l s,....a4uH Mlsinsd
Free Museum of Anatomy
life U1o models nnd wax figures deeply Impress
ntruotlon a sermon without words.
N It 1 tn Sfimt tifntnlt'd In iho tank, tihlcli t
ASBESTOS FIRE PROOF MATERIALS.
tVo nirr tin- n.t.st cmnplrtn llitn In th WrH of t-tln'itot h Hthlni;, AlH'fttt
Itmifluj,-, MlMittr-t rnlntc, A"Ih slm IMpo Ci I ln;-., rti. rllo for Aflxtiti lltitit rat il
c,,,'7ohf!3STOw-lewss SUPPLY CO.,
1SSS TJlNTIOISr .-V- .3STS-A.S CITY, lv0-
OYSTERS SK,"VE1D IN- .ISTY STYLE.
(Nnni'Tii ttml izvi 11 noiI Ulnnrrc Our
noiit' Imi tlin lit l Itutti r and tho fr"t..rc,t isfRt In (lull itiiiiiufiicturi. Toll"
niiFi-.. r..,,-., J I Itooi-ii Prcsllrnt.
UIKI.erolIsi j,U!rc KIMI'l Vlco ITbs'U
Forpiiru Unifts Issued on
MTnilR I NATIONAL BANK
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ASK FOR -rr-rT','t " ' .KvJtiV " 5ArJT3ryi
SMOKI' OXT-I-VtU'lL "WANT ANOTHER.
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Onll, Vsb, Clllli, ( lit IT, Miillillt,
J. H. TSCIIUDY HARDWOOD LUA1BIR CO.
Mnuufui turrr t.f
OAK, ASH, POPLAR
VVnuiin Mini., I'i,ibir, llleluir),
and ulvappmniuirni pic
Prince snerlillsl In
and nniee I'or sale
bt, Kitisai Cliy, Ma
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What is the Croat Want in the
A lack of system or order Is perhaps the most serp.iis detail In Amerlfiu cli.irn ler 'Ihts hcl.
the .vtlhtiirjr helKiul, w Phils exactnss and precisi.ui Its rigid adlieretiio to sj'siem and dlsu
pllini, Hunt sii ce-sfiilly supplies, lu tho Mllltar) si bml noililinj short of at ituti. s)shiu Is
toleraled. and lienca to a Lillet, attersue'li training for a )ear or two, sjstem Ivtunie a second
nature, lie leaves iho walls of Uiu Mpliaiy Aiadeiii) tliornu.jtily sysiom Hit lu all thit lie does,
whether In thinking or at tin j and this impreis lie carries into all ilm aifuii of life, Order ii
nature's llrm law, and so it U that of tliu -Mlliury Sellout It loll are iUtrU"l In the sub
ject ot Military training for boys, wiitu to
tin., a, 1. ii,i:i:i, supt, .11. vi. , hi'mcii, .mp.'-opiii.
OK.il. KHS IN
'BETTER WORK WISELY THAN WORK HARD." GREAT
EFFORTS ARE UNNECESSARY IN HOUSE
CLEANING IF YOU USE
' icenlTOue of tobacco.
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F"tv7 fr s.-l
R ''n JM )C.W
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BEFORE AND AFTER USING.un'ftU'ir. .VfJrcn .vliKVt: (.i:):i'co.. Mssoutu 'lemplt. Cuicago. Iu.
Cold In Kans Cttr. Mo., by H. C. ArncI- Druaritlst. rifth ana aln striet.
v i wr
wotnnn who ever used it i
for all around tlie house
COMPANY, ST. LOUIS.
part J and make ) ou 111 for uiurnutc.
C4-!- 1 ten permanently cured without
Olllttlliiy caustic, ct it In:, bouples o'
sounds. No p'i'.n, no ( xposuro. Patient caa
Dliomii'it 1 cm 'no Oreat Turkish
KlieUlliailMlI ltticuinuilo Cure. C
Sl'ItllCUltF. TbOL'reatist ill-iriivery In tha
nnr.iils ot iiitdlclut. Or.. iltiu gives relief J 3
lew (loses removo fever nnd piln in joints',-
iiiroin n few days. Send suicraent ot case,
with stnnip for circular. 1 ,. i
Hir Alcn Only, ttrpletovrlthl "' ""
tiimiuiinilsof turlosltlcs 'llicl 8 a. n. to V p. m.
Uio mludj-u bchool of in-1 Sundays 10 to 12.
-M forfeit for otois dlterte that I canrct orft
ImUcr comU nro .mcUirir.M il W 11
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iNew YorK uiic tsunciinp;.
K. I CovisoT".n Cashier 1) A Mclfmnrx
f 11 kimi- h J nut kk, s fe skiiat.
All Tarts of the Old World.
CIGARS, I iAS- ' k.
OR COf AW
III sf lit II IM VI.
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Onli r W rliu fur ileliiirc il prli . it.
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lllllteruilt. Ited I r, ir. Iti-iliTiind
Dr. DoLap's "RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS hAI'K AMI AMV.OS K r.l l.Mll.l-.
'rr letter than Tansy or Prniro)al Pills and all slmllir ei"ll.
tines. ,su,f,,iuily used i" tbuus,,iuls of c.ims li Is 1 iur, rn, fy
tlvaranOKt t-eui rrouuMlr (e, lii, .m rrcipi of tin) vvulu (ill.
.......a.i i.v 1 ,m ii, r ... 1 i. .f iini.
trmule ei mpiituls 30 ycirs' piu'lite tinspi si
by JullN-nS IIUHS,
DiutmLU. no; M.iln
f bo.u esicrn Agsnts.
III.IH'S uperllltrlidelit, Stsenn. Mi.
WHITE and YELLOW PINE,
LATH. SHINGLES, SASH, ODORS and BLINDS,
Oltlco nek htNTA VK I TPl.l-l'UONK
and turds JOu oritllKr, a. 3.
I ulaJ tittttt all trriout lft
acs.uchiVeak Memory, I.oiot lirulu 1'owit. IItBditlic.kti(ulutf,
e.uaiitn, m'rvu-anei.uiiuruiuttu luajui puwur
ulLL tr u uitnlbr itveruxuMloii. uu(hfulri ui a.
opium ortliuuUul, w-klikaii iu ludruiUy.lVm
inn uncarrioain veipocict. i pcroo. u iora,
ft .oraer wy give u writ leu Kuuruutett lucuro
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