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Ad the little fit
S3 doicw veV
vet topped and
felt Sailor Itali,
Mack, brown and
navy, 75c and
90c qua'lly, for
Necrr a popular
style but thatishcrc.
strictly up to date.
25c for 18c.
plain and 2x2
Ins for H')s are
tii be Ic jnd in our
tothes new one
niy and dirk
gray ilh tapes
all si;es up to is
S3. 95 and $5.
All the twentieth
century bo) h.ive
them Why not
4 Button Drcivd
Kid (jIomts with
black stitching nnd
blark meUl hutton
one of the but
made to 41 A A
Ladies' plain, all pure Aus
tralian Wool Vests ami Pants,
light weight, m natural gray
and white, imported direct by
us to sell at J.75. The line of
siren is somewhat broken, no to
of handsomn Bnucln
.four large butlons
Tipple back -double
S-inrh lop new
ny ctpre from New York, joo
doirn Ostrich Prmi Plumes, regular joe
quail I), for
.(Bultdn rlqne Knglih WalkinR
Gloxcs for Khool and &1 rtp
shopping for , . '' I . it D
close out the line wis will
e wis will QQs.
y J t
heel and toe, value 35c, for
make the price
"Chionicles of Count An
tonio," by A n t li ony
"Children of The Ghetto,"
by ZanRwill 1.20
"From tin- Memoirs of a
Minister of France," by
Stanley Weyman 1.00
'Degeneration," by Max
Noidan 2. So
"The King's Stratagem,"
by Stanley Weyman 50
SG.00 for S4.98.
60 pairs White All Wool Blankets,
7;S inches, nice, fine wool, assorted
borders, last season's price for this same
quality, $6 00, our price this season,
38 pairs All Wool Blankets, warp as
well as filliiiR, so-called ti-4. actual
measure 72x84 inches, Jacquard borders,
For $7.50 a Pair.
1 lot Fancy Turkey Red Comforts, 76
inches long, carded cotton filled.
For $1.50 Each.
Fancy Turkey Red and Sateen Com
forts, carded cotton filled, $2, S2.50,
S3 and $3.50 each.
Sateen Covered Comforts, down filled,
S3. 98, $4.98 to $8.50 each: Silk
covered, $12,50, $15.00 tO $45.00
THE GREAT STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
vriPfV Now Under this Roof Exceeds Any We Have Eyer Before Carried.
A MILLION AND A HALF DOLLARS' WORTH OF GOODS,
BOUGHT FOR AS LITTLE PRICES AS WERE EVER KNOWN.
Nearly a Million and a Half Dollars' Worth of Goods to be Sold at the Littlest Prices Ever Known. Has not Your
Experience Taught You that
THE BEST OF ALL,
IN ALL THINGS,
AT ALL TIMES,
Successors to fjf BULLENE, MOOR?;, I
iMERY A. CO. ff
For tlic Cool Weather,
Ladies' box calf, razor toe,
front lace, Goodyear welt, ex
tension sole Shoes, dull finish;
takes a high polish
A saving of Si. 00 a pair.
To-day we will sell
in our basement
one lotof Initial Tum
blers, in following let
ters: O, U. V, D, K,
G, II, L, N, C, I, T.
K, A, E about 1,800 in all, and
worth Si 1 dozen. To-day will be
Just picked up from a big importer
of Lace Curtains A splendid lot Not
tingham Lace Curtains, and we will
sell them for about 40 per cent less than
their real value
$235 Curtains for $1.68
$3 25 Curtains for S2.15
3 73 Curtains for $2.66
And scores of others at intermediate
Ladies' Box Calf Button,
Goodyear Welt, Extension Sole
Shoes, square toes, fair stitch,
Ladies' Box Calf McKay
sewed, fair 3titch button shoes,
razor toes $3.00
Won't be any more at this
price when these are gone
leather has advanced too much.
New York's newest creation
an exquisite garment made of
handsome rough boucle
trimmed with fancy braid an
cntucly new shaped garment
black onlv, all sues ifcix no
for $10. 98
Come and sec these sure.
Fine Persian Lamb Cloth
Jackets velvet collars and
piping on front, back and
sleeves fine brocade silk
lining in Havana ( Q
and black $JJ
Very extreme and elegant.
The newest idea at home or abroad
made of Velour de Noir, Boucle and
A decidedly novel and stylish gar
ment If ou would know just what
the latest idea in Capes is then glance
RALPH L. KRUEGER'S TRIAL,
it will Jtr. ri:su.mi:i at lcxincion-
The Drfcni-o Will rrnlulily 1'iit lhe Krue-
gcref, Hurry ItiiMou ijnd the) Chirk
lturi 1111 tin Mltll.t Vlllll)-
thlnK .heiut thu Jury.
The trial of H.ilph L. Kniogor, chnrRcd
with election frauds, will be lesunied .it
LilnKton this moinlnff. It will ptohahly
consume two mciie davn ln'foru It Is r tdy
for the Jury's liunil.-. The attornejs for tlu
defence stated S.ituiduy that their side
would have ut least one more day's tes
timony to Introduce boforo they ronsldeied
their case complete, and the state expert
to Introduce more witnesses, aside fiom
their evidence in lebuttal. The arguments
will take up the bet Krtlon of a day.
The ilefi'lUM uxpocth to place Hairy O.
llrlstow. who was u clerk In Itecordcr
Owsley's oillco, ami who Is under Indict
ment for eompllcltj In the election fraud,
on the stand as the lltst wltnets to-day.
They have not et fully decided, but think
that both O. V. mid Idilph J.. Knii'trer, the
defendant, wll take the ht.inil to-day, as
will also the two rlark boys.
Mr. Owsley htood th fatigue of the
searehliiR eroH-ennilniitou of Attorney
Hall yrsterduy exeeedliiKly well, never fal
tering one? In his replies. The di-fendunt
Is Httended eonst.intly bV lilH mother and
slater, who sit by his side und appear to
be esceedliiKly Interested In the vldenee
that Is Introduced JiuIro Ityland has Klven
ihe attorneys moie latitude than was ac-
corueu tnem uiirint; tno uiaik trial, nerore
JudKe WolTord, udmlttlni; oery point In
rvldpnco that has the sllKlitest Ixarlnff up
on the wotkltiKs of the alleged c0ns.pjr.1cy,
Soiiietliiiiir About tlui .lurv.
The Jury Is compospd of thirteen Uemn.
enns auu one iiepuuiicau. 11 11.1s paid
maikeil altontlon to thu ovldence from the
llrst. Saturday It looked almost aghast
at some of the facts disclosed by .Mr. Ows
ley und his complement of poll books and
teeords, It was reuiaiked by some that the
stutp lost most of the evidence produced by
Hradbmy, the Jury showing signs of rest
lessness and Inattention while he was on
the stand. If this be true It can only bo at
tributed to the fact that Ilradbury Is of
A word regarding1 tho Jury would not be
amiss. John I'. Ardlnger Is one of the thir
teen JJeinoerats on the Jury, Ho Is 11 re.
tired merchant of Lexington, wheie ho has
lived most of his life, lie Is CO years old
nnd a widower. Ills wife was a daughter
of John II. Hmlth, u prominent fanner of
IJ. 1;. t'order is 11 farmer living near Cor
iter, which town was named for his father.
He Is about '- J ears old uud Is man led.
It. P. t'uuthorii is a merchant of Waver
ly. Is about 33 years of age ami mairied,
ft, V.. Oariifll has a farm near llcrlln, one
of the oldest towns in Mlssomi. ilu is
about 35 and married.
Adolph Hergmati. who Is tho only Repub
lican on tho Jury, is u iseunuii merohunt at
Concordia and Is married, lie Is about 40
years of age.
Y. H. I.andon has a harness und saddlery
cstablUhment at Waverly and Is nolle a
successful business man lie has a tamlly.
John fl. Klniiel Is a fumier living near
Mayvlew, He s mairled and about.W years
(leoige H. Koulds U W years of age, He
runs a big farm between Hlgglnsvllle and
Mavvlew and Is considered wealthy. He
I a mitivti of Keuiucky,
W'ahlngton Cuoper U the youngest man
on the Jury, being -? years old. lie lives
near Wellington and U a nativo Mlssourlan.
ilrlce flutiu, of Hlgglnsvllle, is a meichaut
and coal mile operator. He Is about 3i
years of age and man led
William CIjpp lives bear Hlgglnsvllle and
la a. successful fanner. His wife U a cousin
of Dave Poole, who was noted about Lex
ington during the war as a brave soldier,
lie Is past 50 and pays exceedingly close at
tention to every word uttered by the wit
nesses, John Y, Carter Is a farmer, who was
born and raised about eight miles south
east of Lexington, He Is a son of Nathan
iel Carter, one of the oldest settlers In the
county, who Is still alive,
Prompt relief la sick hcuilaclie, dizziness
stusea, constipation, lulu lu tb side, guaraa
ua te itioss tMlng Carter's Little Liver i'llls
Action Wilt Hi. Taken on Them at the I'nll
Term of tin' IVili-rnl Court. Which
Wilt lit gin Next Moudii).
The fall term of the federal court Is to
open In this city one week from to-dny
and theie aio many Interesting mutters
on the docket tor hearing i-.irly In the
term. Among them aie a number of very
Important lecelvershlp cases and reports
and orders, are duo In each of these cases
except the case of the Lomlnrd .Mortgage
Company. In thnt case there will be
nothing done escept the tiling of a foim.il
In the Jurvlh-Conkllu .Mortgage Company
reeelveishlp matters are not opected to
pass so smoothly, as there, aie Interests In
which a conflict Is Inevitable and li which
the pioceedlngs are certain to be full of In.
teresl. Theie aie now In the hands of the
lei-elver about J.'.OOft.OOt) of bonds that wero
held by tho defunct company. They 1110 In
huge blocks. They Include the bonds of
the .Voithcnst stieet railway, ot this city;
me wuiiKesiia ingeia u ater lomp.niv
TRYING TO GET TOGETHER.
CLAIMANTS TO M ISMH'Itl UIVIIK AC
CHKUONS WANT 'Id CO.1l I'ltO.M ISC.
Tbcy hurci'i'il 'I hey Will 5nl In i:x
tending tho Oke ami Huvotinent
X.'iir tho Tacking Houses 1 III
expend Sl,V,mi or .Mure.
The v.irloiin rlalmant.s to the land that
has? foinuit as ncciellnns In the .Mlssoiul
iler back ot the packing houses below
the mouth of the Ku ihei, .110 tiylng
to arrango nn adjustment of their dif
ferences out of couit in a compromise, so
that the ilulass and expense f litigation
may Ijo avoided and the wrangle termi
nated. Attorney It. M. .Mellweather Ii.ik elnlnw
011 a pntiion or me i.tmi
tome other parties who lite 1 lnim;ints inr
bonds, the Lake Ko and railway bonds, and snares in mo piop. 1 ty, while Attoinei J.
other Important set urltles. All aniillcatloii L under has claims foi a liortlon ami
for nn order authoilzlng the receiver to I"-o iepiesiits .some other p.irtbs. Their
sell tho boiuls Is to be asked for and Is to imeresis cinsii wun inose or oilier p.utles
be contested and opposed by other parties and there hae been soiuu suits 111. d and
who do not want tho securities disposed of long litigation is thieatened unless the
In a lump, but cut up and disponed of to'J'artlcs at-ree to harmonize their Intel est
best advantage In that ninnuei. while still ,aiul settle on a compromise basis, as is
nuother faction Is to ask that the company i now quite luobible.
organized bv members of the old company i, " case a compioinlse Is ngieed upon the
be permitted to carry the bonds and euro lnteroted parties are to unite at onco In
for them for Ihe defunct company. Impiinemeuts thnt will make the ur.
Theie has been an offer made for tho ciutlon.s peimunent It will imiuIic an e--bonds
of the Noitheast Street Hallway , tension of about fl feet to the end of tho
Company by local parties who hold some dke at tho mouth or the Kuw. whlih
of the bonds, and they havo made what Is would eairy it out to the nlnt settled upon
said to be n first-class olfer for tho Issuo . by the Jllssouil iher commission iir the
held by the receiver. Ileal mouth of the Kaw and .1 shore line
It Is known thnt Judge Philips is anxious ' tor the .Mlssouil. The shore lino fixed by
tn have these receUei shins closed tn nt us the hltsh authoilty Is to tun from that
inly a dato as possible and would make point at the mouth of the Kaw down to 11
orders to that end If consistent with tho point near the Hannibal hildgo and will
Interests of all who are Interested. The ' "lako a lat go number ot acies for use when
contests mo certain to be full ot Interest,
rood for the llred llralu,
Tnko llorneford'H Add l'liopliutr.
It furnishes building mateilal for brain
und nerves (tho phosphates) and Imparts
WILL ItAiSi: IaItlUI.
Cut Hate llurlmr Shops Will hoou Adopt
thu Union hcalc.
If the ariangements now pending are
completed as Is expected, thu cut rate bur
lier shops of tho city will all raise prices
to tho old time standard within the next
week. At tho last meeting of tho Hnrbers"
union a propositon was received from tho
lepieseiitatives of the cut rate workmen
stating that they weto tired of tho low
pi Ices and wanted to adopt stiiudaid prices
again and would all do so at once If tho
union would give them Its moral support
and allow u state of tinned peaco to en
sue. As the offer was all tho union bur.
bers desired to huvo done, the matter was
viewed with great faor and the union
nt once agreed to accept the offir. It Is
expected that the arrangements for tho
ralso will bo comnleted at an eailv date.
Theie aro about twenty sliopa In the
city where prices have been cut and wheio
u shave Is given tor a nickel uud a bail
out for fifteen cents. There uro others
u lie 1 1) a shuvd Is still held at ten cents,
but the hair cut Is thrown In tor the ex
tia fifteen cents which Is still a rank In
fldt'llou of the union scale. Theie are
several of the cut late shops wheio in
ferior woik Is done uud for these the bar
bers cared nothing, but there weie a dozen
barbels In thu illy who can do llrst class
work, who had made Ihe cut 111 mlces and
still maintained their standard of work
and It was these whoio woik botheied tho
union very much and threatened to cause
u demoralization of the down town busi
ness if allowed to lemaln In opeiatlou for
an consldeiable length of time. They were
holding a nlco business and other barbers
were dissatisfied with existing conditions.
There was great rejoicing in the union
when the proposition was received at the
meeting and the barbers were strongly In
favor of meeting the cut rate people half
way and setting matters arranged peacea
bly at once, so that future trouble might
Mrs. Wlmlow's SoorwNo Syhup fo chil
dren teething, softene thu gums, reduces t Tarn
matlon, llayplu, cures wlndcollc. Soa ittle
Subscribe for the Illumination fund; of
tho Kurnlvsi Kr.w.
the leclamatlnii Is comidetnl and tho shore
lino permnnentl llx.-d.
It Is the purpose of the Inteitsted parties
to complete the dyke at onco and then turn
their stone revetment so us to run down
the shore line of tho .Mlssouil for u great
dlstnnco and thus form a. hairier to com
pel the waters of the big muddy to remulu
In the channel llxed by the commission.
The expenso for such Improvements as
11 ro contemplated will be about JlfAfKH, or
more, and putties uro already Interested
in tho scheme as soon as the. ipiaiiel as to
title nnd ownership Is settled by the parties
' When jou suffer from sli k he.ul.iriin, illz.
zlncss, lonstliiailoii. etc., remember Carter's
Little I.lvet fills will udluvo you. One pill li a
A TAKtJKV r'Olt -MlitlM'h.
Ho) llomlmril Anna luiinilr.i and Ills
lleioriti'd Oelhery U'agoii.
Aetna Laundra lives at the Intel section
of Hightteuth and Vino streets and onus
.1 fancy decorated dellveiy wagon that
tills tho breasts of the ilbald youths ot
the neighborhood with envy. Tho occasion
ot his home coming nt night Is a signal
for tho ouths to gather lit the by-ways
and with stones and scraps of Iron bom-
uuiu ins wagon until no escapes 10 me
shelter of his barn.
Suturday evening the home coming of
.Mr. Laundra awakened the youths to a
spontaneous uprising and ho was given
such u reception us he. hopes never to
again receive The air was filled with
Hying missiles, ull centering toward 0110
cummoli object, a red and yellow und
white dellveiy wagon, on the seat of which
sat -Mr. Laundra vainly dodging, Alas, for
Ml, Luiiudrn; alas, for the wagon! Tho
stones tupped him on the bead and chipped
pieces out of his clothing. The wagon
wua badly battered and liuiUcd. Its sides
weie dented and the paint was knocked
off In gteat spots that brought sat row to
the owner's heart. The polico have been
asked to niotect Mr, Laundra from the
youths and to guard his wagon after lib
gets it back from tho paint shop.
The Ileet 1111 I ever used." Is the frequent
remark of purchasers ot Carter's Little Liver
fills. When you try theoi you will y tba
1VI1I loveellgate a Death.
A coroner's Jury will to-day Investigate
the death ot Edgar Young, the 11-vear-old
colored boy who fell beneath a moving
freight train 011 the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Ke at Twentieth street and Forest
avenue Saturday mornlnir and received in.
4url8 that uroved fatul within, throe iaura.
A Hoy I'alls I'rom a ntepluildnr nnd Drives
a Lead I'pncll Into IIU Nn k Narrow
' liapi. I'rom Driith.
The ."-yeai-old son of Thomas Hales, who
lives on the load tunning between Cell
ttopolls and Hhellleld. had an cseupe from
death last I'lldaj night that tnli,hl be
consldeied almost miraculous. The little
fellow was playing upon a stepladiler, uud
standing about two feet ftom the giouud
In his mouth he held a lull length lead
pencil, with the point between his lips. In
some way, no one seems to exaetlv know
how, the boy lost his balance and tell faifl
dnwtiwaid. The lead pencil was driven
thioiigh tho tongue, the lower pait of tho
mouth nnd Into the neck, It made a wound
five Inches In length
The pencil. In its eoui.se, pased Just to
the ulght of the windpipe, and but nar
rowly escaped seveilng the jugular vein
To add to the foitunate d. tails of this
unfortunate oi cui lein o, the pi lull licked
but the fiaellon of an Inch 01' being long
enough to teach the spinal coid
Dr. II. I;. I'eaise, 1..10 .Mville avenue, was
hastily summoned On llrst 0x0111111.1110)1
he thought the joungster w.is suielv la
tally bun The I mi) icspoudci! ipiietlv to
tieatmeiit, ai'd Is ut pieseut, aside 110111
tin exceedingly still neck, consider) d to ho.
In a fair way toward ucoveiy.
MANY ANXIOUS POLICEMEN.
FIIAlt TIIKV .11 AY UK COMPELLED
Itl'.Tim.V TO rillVATL LICK.
Tho Commissioners Will lo-diy Consider
the Oiiallltratious of th .lien Appointed
Last May for K .Mouths Several
Will Ilu Dropped.
HIS CONDI'IIO.N NOP .SDK Kit's.
Clmrles .11. Moore, Mho Was Hurt In tho
lliirlliigtou Wreck, Iiuproi lug.
Ohnrles M. Jloore, of 7I0L. i:,ist Sixth
street, who was Injured In tho Hurlington
wreck at Waldron, Mo., last Thilisday, and
who was hi ought back to Kansas City tho
saiiio evening is by no means In a dan
gerous coudltnn, ns stated 111 a morning
paper. He has a slight pain In the b.u k,
which is phslclan, Dr. J, II. Itleger, does
not consider In tho least serious.
Mr. .Moore was sitting up last evening
nnd chatted pleasantly with those who
called. Ho said his wounded foot vv.i.s get.
ting along as nicely as could bo expected.
To Hlruilv the Nerves
Is 11 task to the accomplishment of which
narcotics and sedatives uie liiadeuuate.
A meeting of the board ot police com
mlsloneis will bo held at 2 o'clock this
afternoon for thf ostensible purpose of au
diting the pay roll for the present month.
Thete Is considerable m cumulated business
to occupy the board's attention, but it will
piobably be disposed of at the meeting next
Incidentally, the chief feature of to-day's
nuetlng will, It Is said, be a dlsui-slnn of
the nualllli.ition.s of the probatlonai mem
bers of the force, who were appointed nt
the reorganization, on M.iv I, IW, The
commissions as policemen of thirty. six men
will expire on .Vovembei 4 and it Is the gen
oia! liiipicslon around police heudo,u.irU'ix
that a goodl) number or mese will tall or
Just now theie Is more or less unxlftv,
even among many of the old patrolmen,
over the piobable action of the boaid at Its
November I meeting The political whirli
gig has brought about many local changes
since the reorganisation and the magic
"pulls" have betn transferred In numerous
Instances fiom one set of men to another,
so that the useful u-oommendatlons which
helped pi ice certain members of the force
in good standing six mouths ago are at the
piesent moment without foice and practi
Shoitly after the reorganization of the
force, on .May I, and during the absence
of .Major Davis ftom the city, a number of
old men wero put bark on the force, whose
commissions the major, as ex odlcio chair
man of the board, rtfused to sign. Com
missioner Shulley, as chairman pio tern,
signed tho commissions. These men aie
among the ollicers who are on the anxious
The effect they produce is paialytlc. They 'seat. The major now meets rcrulaily with
destroy sensation without beneiltlng tho I tho board, and It Is believed thnt he will
Subscribe for the illumination fund of
the Karnlval Krevvc.
Mrs. Maj" Summer reported to the police
yesterdaj- that some one had stolen a bl
cjcle from her home, No. 01J drove stieet
eleorse Dirk, a hackdrlver, was .it rested
yesterday for driving Into a ha k. unven
bv Abraham llardnu, on South eiiand ave
nue1. .Mrs. Mlttle Helm, of Cartersville. Mo.,
lost a gold watch on the streets of Kan'.is
City Saturdaj She has appealed to the
police to tlnd It.
The Grand .Mls-ourl hotel barroam was
rohbed Saturdaj- by a sneak tlibf of a coat
and vest and a pair of tan shoes In one
of the coat pockets was a purse containing
S. H Bist. of Second and Main street",
and M. Hutton, No. 510 .May street reported
to the police yesterday that thieves hud eu
teied their apartments and stolen a suit
of clothe-. '
A group photOKiaph of tho l niled States
mall e.inlers of Kansas Citv w is taken
yesteidav afternoon tioin the north steps
of the government building The .aril 1.
appealed In run unilorm r.istmast-i llv.
mer It. Heed comrostd part of tin group
The pullet; have been asked to be on th"
lookout for a man described as Andrew
.Mm ray, Ij jears old, or medium he.ght,
with dark eves, a laig. nose and a re i
rtlsh mustache. He l wanted In Tienton,
.Mo., lo answer a charge of gran 1 .ir enj
Aithur Oanloe, Daniel Moore and 0. C
Smith were arrested bv the police last
night on complaint of Theodore Tcrkes, a
restaurant keeper at No. HOT Main stieet,
who claimed that after eating In his res
taurant they refused to paj The men will,
be arraigned In the police court to-day.
A thief raised a window in the rear ot W
C. Hill's stoie. No. 1103 West Tiventy.llfth
street, some time Saturday night and
gained an entrance Into the store. He was
evidently In the store for tome time, as he
went from case to case and collected to
gether seven revolvers, fifty solid and
plated "et lings, one gold tilled watch and
a number of plated breastpins. There is no
clue to the thief
buy a cheap piano whatever
u-,0 another person's juclgmotit
in selecting think for your
believe that "all piano mon lie, "
for they don't. We Don't.
Whatever wo toll you about our
goods you can roly 011.
KANSAS CITY PIANO CO,,
1215 MAIN STREET.
' D Ct-anivE, I'res J W IUuskt, Sec
A. A Tom.is.BO.x, V Pro C II Kockwhh, Tret
nerves. Hosteller's stomnch HI t lei s, on
tho contrary, stiengtheus and soothes the
neivoiis system, Overwork and menial
anxiety weaken nnd relax it, and there Is
no more tellable means of bracing It and
(storing nerve quietude than by rtlnforc.
Ing digestion nnd piomotlng assimilation
of the food two effects always consequent
upon the uso of the gteat stomachic l-'nil.
Ing strength ! recuperated. .1 regular habit
of body icstoreil, and appetite Improved by
the Hitters, Disease must bo legaieled as
art exceedingly lemolo posslbllltj- by anj--one
whoso si stem has bein thus rein
forced, Malailiil disease, constipation, ilvs
pepsla, rheumatism and kidney troubles
uro overcome by atld pi evented by this
slandaid medicine, which has 110 peer
among American tonics, und Is In constant,
ly luci easing demand in Mexico, the West
Indies ami South Ameilcu,
Liquor for Iviuumb.
Shipped dally In secure packages by
GEQIiaU HVSSKLL. Druggist.
Opposite) waiting room. Union depot.
be a potent factor In tho selection of th,
rill; I'.vnr wi:i:k.
members as regular
llui Melt's Arnliu halve.
The best Salvo In tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cuits piles, or no pay required. It is guar
auteed to give perfect satisfaction nr mon
ey refunded, l'rlee '.'3 rnts per box. l'or
sale by II. C. Arnold, druggist, northwest
corner Fifth and .Main streets; J Clrttllths.
raluee drug store, northwest corner Main
und Twelfth steotsj I'Vdermann A. Hallur.
Diamond drug store, vol Main street
Tho highest temperature In Kansas City
j;eteiday was 51 deg. and the lowest 17
eleg. Tho Indications for to-day In this lo
iMllty are fair weather und northwesterlv'
vvliuls. Yesletday'o lecord follows:
Tvventj'-eight now suits wero llled In the
clicult court during tho past week.
The county lecorder issued maulage 11
censes to forty-three couple last vveck,
Tho highest temnetaturo last week was
SO degtec's 011 thu rind und litith. Thu lowest
was 3.1 degrees, on tho IMrd. There was nil
precipitation. For the coiiespondliig peri
od last year the data aie: Highest tem
perature, ia degiees; lowest, 47 eleglcesj
rainfall, O.lti inches.
Ileceipts of wheat the past week, 7M
cars; receipts of corn tho past we-ck, SOJ
cars; receipts of oats the past week, 59
cars; receipts of hay the past week. 295
cars: recelnts of cattla the past week. 41..
6..0 head; receipts of hogs tlia past week,
5,300 head; receipts of sheep the past week,
25,900 head, receipts of horses and mules
the nast week. 1.&2 head: bank cleanncs
Ihe past week. IU.172.0iO.
HtatlOlls.. Iti.. avi...
iiiitu d 'ivv M.?!.'. ".'.
Hisinurck, N, 1) , 303.'
J.Vi10' lu'; S"-"1)
Chicago, III ,,, :u-So
ciiicmuuii, u, , ;ySi
Concoiilla, K.u .... ,,.,., ,,.,,.,56 ij
l.ieiiport. iu. , 2a.H.l
Des Moines, la, ..,.,, ,,,,,,,, 30.0;
I'O'lKe l'l'f'. Kus, 30.11;
Duluth. M nn. , , TJ.tM
hi 1'aso. Tex. .,,, , 3j.t
(ialveston, Tex ,.300J
Havie. Moi't. ,,, .,... 3D S'J
eletiu, Mont &
Huron, b p, , 30,18
Kansas City, .Mo. ,. .. ,.,30.U
e-iiiid ivocK. rtra. ,,,, ,,,,,,..,..,,,30.03
2,-BW;..0,1,M.ns' b ' ' w
North Platte, Neb. ., , 30 IS
., 30 08
Oklahoma, O. T. ..,
QuApelle. N. W. T,
Rapid City. S D....
a. r a..i- r.
St. Paul. Minn , ,. ...29.S2
St. Vincent. Minn. ..., 30.01
Salt Lake City. U, T. !.! ...;..30.1g
Springlleld, Mo , 30.1.5
Hypnotism, l-'ree lecture, experiments
and healing tho sick, by Piofessors
)n?,&er,in.a,PlbVon?.s.tnl!4 evening ut hull
No. 23, old Kldge building.
Don't milt until jim urn sleU t.tor tryln:
Carter's Little Liver I'llls, but gel a vlil at
oncex You can't laUa them without, txnsttt.
Children Cry for
Subscribe for the illumination fund of
tho Karnlval Krewe
Julia Marlowo Is at the Coatep.
H T Cogswell, Helena, Is ,it the CoTtes.
II. 1. Martin, Indianapolis, is at tho
W. L Carr. Canton, ( , Is at Hie Coates.
O. I'. Oialtam, lloston, Is at the CiMte-s.
Cleoige- W. llliicl.er, Cast Orange, ,S". V.,
Is at thu Coates,
W. L. Aloss, Philadelphia. Is at tho
W, W. SchultA Hiclunond, Intl., Is at the
J, C. Illiigham, New Yoilt, Is at tho
l.ugeui) Sandow and wife ate at the
Mr. (Hies 1!. Tain tor, of New York, who
was piesldent of the National Water
W rks Company, Is at the Midland, Ho
wtNbe n the city several elajs.
.M.1 11 W, N. Cuing, of Wichita, Is at
Mr. and Mrs. John It. t.iecii. of Jeffer
son CTtj". are In thu city.
Mis. N, 1'. Nelson, of fNinvvaj-, la., Is ut
tho New Albany.
C. 1. Callaway und fuinlly, of Foiest
City, Mo., uro ut Ihe New Albany,
T. C. Morgan, of Toiieka, Kas,, Is at (he
II. C. Lynn ami wife, of Valley Kalis,
Kas., aie at the New Albany,
J. T. Kvans, of Qulncy, 111., is at the New
T. J. Turner, Columbia, Mo., is at the
W, C. Fars, St, Louis, Is at the Victoria.
W. Collins, Omaha, Neb., is at the Vic
torla, W. L. Evane, Denver, Col., is at the Vic
torla. C. M. Cltchens. SprlngHeld, Mo., It at th
John It. Kirk, Jefferson City, is at the
Allen. Brown. EmuorU. Is at the Victoria.
OF KRNSRS CTXY, MO.
MVt TOnlt Ltrs BCllOlKO.
Accounts, subject to chock at
Mjsht, received 'from iudividimls,
linns nml corporations on the
most favorable terms.
Legal depository for Court ami
Acts as Eroimtor, Guardian,
Administrator and Receiver,
also a Registrar aud Transfer
Azcnt for Stocks and Bond.
Smith Premier Typewriter
Is a madune designed for use. Does the best
work for the longest time. Ask for catalogue.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co., J13W,
9th .St., Kansas City,
SNODGKASS DRUG CO,
548 and 550 MAIN ST.
COT RATES ON EVEIU'TDING.
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t'UR UO, 40 .NU 7Sc.
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