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TTTE KANSAS CITY JOUKXAL, WT.rNF,RIUY, NOVEMBER 13, 2805.
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A SYMPHONY IN COLORS,
tiii: ,itMoi hianm uiimimi tsio a
111 A till l I. I ()s:ltAI()IIV.
riml , 111111:1 1 Clirjwttillii'iiililM Miim Oprii
Lmlrr Hip Atiplu- t llii' Ktitia.ii
Illy llnrlilO ltili-tiHiii' llito
Th- huro ctrtll room of the Third rmlment
n'ni.n .it Ttnlflh utrrct ami Troot ve
l i iiiiddenly l''"n Iron? formed from
t , K'ltn a.wtatlona of nr, With thrlf
i i . gum ami nm munition oalsnon, into
u r ii ii of bosiiillfiil color, imeh as his
1 v i l f..fc liix'ti Hi-en in Knnsm City. The
i , m for all thin dlspmy I the flfrt an
l , ' tnnthvnum arid tlowr how, tin
. allele or the Kanciu City fr'lo-
I . t l .l. The ho opened at J: renter-
'-moon and will continue until
i, the armory being open both day
i t iiiply, who I not n. floriit, but who
t ' - tii- reputation of being the bent foat-
ti in in Kiinca City rcgiudlnff tho Ulf
j i rt v.nlttka of tlowers and their liatiltt,
t m i harre of the show, an superintendent
of tl-e lull, Mr. Hlpley Is everywhere at
on , ftralghtenltig t stem hero and tirn
1..K a l' .it there to add to the beauty and
M . .i .Micd of tho display of chrjganthe
'i 're nre two sets of din play e In the,.
mm s the display proper. In which the
. . f itib alue of th different Varloties
uf v i anthvmuma are at stake, and tho
II i r ulTered for sale by the many tin
i.$U -e'abllahmenti of Katun City. The
1 ru.' i ute grouped together In the center
uf t i iiiitne-ne Moor space, being within a
..-..? I'liiK-d by the larg tlllurs support
ing t roof of the armory, while tho latter
in "full)' arranged In booths alontt the
nJ(.f hu hull. ( HjIIkImb ci.Tlis wltli inoli
. in.ij . nd ample time to niuwer t,ut'Mona
in. J . . i luit.illy take order while they
litny t' .nii-dM's making more elabotate the
ir, H mi 1 petals of tlia bushy beaded winter
Ah or hestra seated within an Immenao
lower uf the t'mblems of the "flowery king
dom' u.Si-onrsies sweet strains from the
p if ilar writers ns the long strings of vls
ji jr i ,i alow ly through the hall ami view
tlu j.-pl.iya. Awatds of ca.-h and substan
t I w ii.-n aiigrcgAting nearly IJ00 are nt
i-t ike In the nu. ure of many different prlz ,
w .i h li.ui' Ihui offered by the hunsas
( ty riurlsts1 Club, a largo numtior of
llrti i .md private U:Izm, and which nre
juvnun. nt among the causes for the show.
A l uf 3'terila three Judges passed
1 ,ict et awliluoiMy through the avenues
' v.iri-(.olored blooms and insppi'ted each
illip.a, with the purpose of awatdlng the
jirui- The Judgr were Ucorge r.. Kess
ler. of Kinsas lty. Hiram llulic, of Top
k.L, a t! irbit, and Alfrtd Hroman, a 1'leasant
llili llonst. Thc were to choose from the
Iffer nt displays aa to their relative beauty
nn I ex. ell-ni'f, the rlnndard of whli h was
bt-"d upon the si..' of the pots In which the
llmirs were grown. The first class was
umpr.-ed of single stem plants of a bush
form, in pots not to exci'id fourteen inche,
and the tecond class demanded the same
pretension:, save the pot. which wo, not
to ex ..a II vu lneh. Prises were also
nw ir li 1 for market plants, pompons,
Villi h are the small species of rhrjsaiithe
mum plants, some of tho blooms of which
me no bifgtr than a carnation, and oth
er. To-i.iv there ivlll be cut Mower displays
of rost , ehrys'aiitliemunis and carnatloiiB
nml d feigns of llor.il work, for which veiy
Ilbeml awards have been olfered. C. t .
Jt.pley will act as judgo of the out ilower
JiKpl.iyg, and I. J. .Stuppy. of Si. .loseph,
will bu the Judgo of the lloral designs. On
Thuisilay there will be special competi
nicm for table decoration the bent basket
of i hrtsanthemums, the be"t bfusket of cut
llowti-s and tho best lloral design. The
jirlziH offeied ar- iilte munilbunt.
The dlsplavs are m.ido by the following
llortsm of Kans.it city: V. J. Uarnot,
Tlnrtj -eighth and Uuclid nvenue; A. F.
Jlarbe oiiposite the Elmwood eomotery;
J.imis I'ayne, Twelfth and Cleveland uvn
5 u- It b Jtrown .: yens, 1317 Waliash n ve
il u It Jarielt .t Son, St. John and Pair
ii' Sf-nm-, 1'robst Jiros., and JUlte, a)
lii i :i. etith street.
Tn in jianthemum has only been emu
lated in tills country for tlfiy years, and
l's suotMtful growth does not date back
further than lkTe. It has been popular In
thf I ulted States onl for about fifteen
urs. and of late Its popularity has been
gn n'v augmented by tile co!Ii2e rannir
in- n and women who attend the football J
jn n. in tne t-ast ana wear gieat enrys
ni l 'iiums uf hueb rejuesentlng the
...l..r- ..f their colleges. In Kansas City
in. r.t.irlte color tor chrysanthemums 1h
ic i in i ' o by tho demand of the Kansas
i e uiiivtrsiij bos, who tome here every
. i4 in see their football team play foot
ball I heir college color Is crimson, and
In i t- gone by this ariety of flower has
bin ii.pagatid far below the demand for
I T..-, eai. lioKi-itr, there Im no dearth
.' r i lirysanthemums, s one tlorlst has
r.ll im other color. He la niepared to
li the highest crowd of Jayhawiters
'" Ma uvi r Invndol Kansas City, and
i n- :ih if hu was golnir to have the
w th-tanalns Its short history on this
I the Atlantic, the chrysanthemum
ii. extensively cultivated than any
i ' .Wfr.exeept the rose and carnation.
-' .n sean even makes It more io-
jj- the rose and carnation are sotn-
.; luted to the background by the
. .nd gorgeoii.snehs of the coloring of
n . . rn autumn queen during her
'1 lie chrysanthemum being hardy
l ."iiing at 'h.. time of year when It
mpany with very few other flow-
i' 1 1. peals lorcibly to nil lovers of beau-
i m sc ilehirable variety Is that
- gr.nvn on one nem with a single
i i it th- end. These are grown In all
i'. I are named for people, -vho h-ata
i an upe. ,.il Int. rest In their culil-
The white are the Ivory and
the red. Ueorgi? V. Childs and John
I on: the yellow, Golden Wedding
I I, Bunderbusi h, and tho pink, V!u-
i. J -."ivland Jlor.1. In cttltlvatlni;
nt-ty the ilorlst raniiut, all save
I i. . frum tliu liurtllcst inoearlna' stem
' " pot, and the result Is the entire
" .tii of the plant If thrown Into one
i i, i-".ij ing bimqiit-t of frills and1 petolt,
l ,.i in ipal iirlztj, wire awarded as ful
I -t prl tit, offired by the P. W.
M- i iiw.lry Company, for largest plant
- i - form, was won by Probst tiros. ,
f ' itf House tlorUts. They also won
" 'i. nthi r lirst pnzi-n offered by the
J.,' I li Shoe CoMpnry, Pixley & Co., titll
c i.r.slan fioak Cumpauy, J. H. Mercer,
) v l i , King Itenlty Company James Sln
i J . Hoover and J. t.iritllth, rang
1 H. -. alue from IS to S3,
ti. ,i i prize, for best specimen of single
i' ii i i.ints from three to live feet high
i iwi.-ns oi au eoiors, wiw awaiueu
lloite Klorat Company and Charles
i. who had magutilceni specimens.
' which rm usured ten lnehe i iu ros.
lz. s ranged f i m 15 to tiO, and were
by KKeman, Trotter & Co., Vun-
. I.jii.is & Co, K. u, I'riaeher, J.
. rill itnd the Pacific Coast t.umher
i. jiup uiy
A I' HarbB and James Payne, (larlsts,
r t''l miiii aaril In different classies,
yi h wtie g'.v.ii by Straub & Vogle. ilrs.
V' i the Al l.n Cycle Company, T. It.
M nu, Cauipliell Paint and (JUss Coin
i ui Jaecaid Jewelry Compikny and the
An. m- the plants shown by amateurs the
r i. im morable collection of c Marshall
l,.ir"' ,L "a the honors, P. F. Thompson nd
Slrd Tinman Wilson also received awanls
Kr th. ir i ulleriioiis of plants. The prlxes
! tiu lass wi re given by Mrs. J. A leach-
r an l twersij, 'loinmy, Kla and Laura
ihildren of Poittnasttr lu.d.
laigisi il.jrt -r In Hi. display Is In the
I mi of pr. list firos. It i u jillow
r uf the ariii) kimwn i the H I,
rlma. h, and ll.au:ca K v .- ll.' his
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFfCr MADE.
jj.IA pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ffee'
"in Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
llm ltereiit Snrrilii litnrle t'etrbrslnd
nt t tprcliil .Mretlng of tho t.ltirnln
Iti.iitlillriiit I Itil'.
The Special nrettn of (ho J.ln.-oln He
publican Club last cm nitig at No H Pcl.u
Wnfe Strfet was attfndid by iiumikIi peo
ple to fill the hall. It was it J.'lliil ntl.m
meeting over the splendid n suits of tint
election last week, and tho spu'ln de
livered were of thnl natun
bf. A. C. Ivttljohn, of Uronktli Id, Mo.,
who has so ably represented latin . utility
In the legislature fur four years, wis pie- '
t'flt and spoke to the club. Mr. ! tlljohti
has bten favorably spoken of for goyininr
In many sections of the tnte, and th r
wag more than oMlnniy Inter, st shown ti
his remarks last hlght. H eotigiiituliite 1
tho Itcpiiblicntis on the sidendld btory
won ln-1 week In tniiny other placi , mil
consider! (1 It fitting that inb result
should follow Hie great tlctor that w.i I
won In Mlsiotiri Rt tho Inst i lection II
spoke of tho slgnltlcaltco nttacheii tn tin
rebuke of tho rnhk Incninpelih or tin
party In power, and understood it to mi m
that the great American Id'it of initlon.il
IlliporiailCO llllil pum ,v nun (i.-iiik in'mi' i ,
any nine iiHiiiuilu minp i u- iu inni .1
merited rebuke at the powers that fall) d
to appreciate the Importance of the mm
repood In them by the otci All the"e
matters were Interesting Indications of
how the people were thinking and what w-a
liable to happen when the national cam
jHtign cam( on net! yenr.
Dr. Pettljnliii complimented the Itepublle.
nn leadcts and voters of tho state oh the
flattering Indication!) of n great victory at
homo. It was coming, lie thought, and
coming to stay. Rnd there never wits a
grander diitv before llepubllcnns than to
aid In bringing about the overthrow of
the Democracy of the state and nation,
and the re-establlshment of the party that
believed In ptogress and redeemed the
pledges made to the voters. Tho speech
was received with great applause.
Charles Schattner Sske briefly also. He
lived for many years In lexlngtoii, lCy.,
and ho fell Impelled to t v press his gieat
dillght at the lteptlbllcan success even
down In the land of blueginss. Ills speech
was full of patriotic utterances, lis hu
compared tho condition ttute when he
was a boy und the conditions to-day.
Another meeting Is to he held In two
weeks. At the regular meeting on the
second Tuesday In December it paper Is to
be read on the Monroe doctrine.
FLORIDA'S BALMY CLIME,
-itr. At . I.iiiitiils 'IcIU of the Delightful
Winter Itrsiirt III the I. unit of
Jlr. A. S. Itcotnls. general representative
of the East Const railroad, of Kloiida. und
Flnglcr sstem of hotels, has been at the
Contes for tho past few days. This Is Mr.
lioomls' lirst visit to Kansas City, and ho
speaks very enthusiastically of the. West
To n Journal reporter Mr, Txiomls talked
very entertainingly of Florida nnd the Inter
ests which he represents. Ho said:
"I have been traveling for the past
three months In tho Interest of our hotels,
and believe candidly that this will be the
greatest seaon that Florida, has ever ex
perienced. We have In our system of hotels
six houses, which represent nn expenditure
of over Jl'.OtW.WO, nil of which are under
tho generul direction of Mr. C. 1). Knott,
who Is comparative it young man, and
undoubtedly manage the greatest hotel
propei ty In the world. Jlr. ringler has
clone more for llorldn than nnv other one
man. He has transformed swamps nnd
timbered lands Into u. veritable paradise
ond discovered untold resources and s.itiir
nl advantages that were never before
thought of In riorldn. He Is building in w
railroads and hotels in Southern Florida
and 1 have no idea as to what extent ho
will carry his Improvements and new In
vestments." Mr. IoomI makes his homo In St. Au
gustine during tho winter months, nnd
assists very .materially In tho manage
ment of the local hotels.
Till! "I'laillV I'KOl'iaiTY.
ltondholdcr Oimtitlttcc- Appointed to l)c-vl-e
Menu fur lteorg vtiiatioii.
A meeting of bondholders of tho Kansas
City Times Newspaper Pomuany was held
yesterday, at which SlW.OJil of the total
J20),U0I) bonds were represented. A bond
holders' committee, consisting of John C.
(iage, Henry Wollman and A. T. Harwood
was, appointed to devise wus and means
for the bondholders to take tho property
out of the receive!' hands nnd reorgan
ize the company. A sale will he asked for
Immedlati l.v, nt tvhich a number of buy
ers besides this committee will probably
compete for the newspaper property,
Will Ho Held nt tho l'rlrst of Pnlla "lien"
Tho policemen's ball will be held at the
Priests of Pallus "den" to-morrow night,
and the event gives every promise of, being
one of tho most noteworthy In the history
of the department. Three thousand tick
ets wero Issued, and nearly all of them
have been sold. The fact that no oni will
be admitted who Is not known to hu pei
fectly proper gives the nssuiaiite of a se
lect and brilliant oc-iaslon. Chief L. rj,
Irwin Is chairman of the committee on ar
rangements. Major Webster Davis of the
reception committee nnd Captain Thomas
Phillips of the lloor committee.
From a letter written by Itev. J. Gundor
man, of Dlmondnle, Mich., we are per
mitted to make this extract: "I have no
hesitation in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the renults Were almost
marvelous In tho ease of my wife. While
was pastor of the llaptist Church at
Klves Junction she was brought down
with Ptu-umonla succeeding- La Grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last houis with little Interruption and
It seemed as if she could not survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's New
Discover : It was quick In Its work und
highly satlsfactoiy iu results." Trial hot
ties, 111 cents, at the drug stores of H. C.
Arnold, northwest coiner Fifth nnd Main
streets; Federmann iV Uullar, Diamond
drug store, 801 Main street; J. Giittlths,
l'alaeo drug store, northwest corner
Twelfth and Main stieets.
Heath- mid I'liner i.
Irene Krelger, nged 10 years, died yester
day morning at the- home ol her parents,
No. 1312 Madison avenue, of diphtheria..
The funeral will be held at tho residence
this ufteinoon at -i o'clock.
The funeial of David Jtule took place yes
terday altei iioiiii at tho undertaking estab
lishment of Button A- Co. No tulatlves of
tho dead man came to lulm tho body, and
the expenses uf the funeral and buiial
will bo borne by frii niK Mr. Utile was the
mun whosct death was cuused by falling
down a flight of stairs, at bis home, about
a week ago. Alter the accident he was
flist taken to the police station, where nn
examination was made and he was thought
to be serlousl Injured, lie was then re
moved to the city hospltnl, but died three
dayg after being received.
If your I und nutrcsM jou
'lulto HnrtHforirri Ai Id l'hophutet
It aids ibe ktotnach to digest the food, and
floes away wuh thai fullfeellnj after eating
licmllltlmi- I'lintitlni Death of W, li, I'eler.
At the meeting of the board of directors
of the Kansas City Live Stock exchange
hi Id on Monday afternoon, otfUial notice
was taken of the dcuth uf W. ti. Puteia.
The following resolutions wore adopted:
' Whereas, Death has lemovtd W. O.
"llesolved, That by Ids death we, Indl
tdually, have lost a gtiiiul ami sympathet
ic friend ; the trade au uptight und honor-aid--
"llesolved, That we extend our heartfelt
sympathy to the beieivnl family In this
hour of their deep distress."
t"oiVt'ratliiu" Sue! ii.
Til members of the Dpworth League of
the Grand Avenua M. 15. church gave a
vry enjojabld "convematlon" oelul last
evening In tho parlors of the vhurcli.
Thet weie soveral topics of conversation
ui ranged on neat piogramtues, each of
which was limited to thice minutes A
light lunch was served during the evening
which, with sovorul musical numbcit.coju
pitted the ovnlnv'J cnlortalnnnnu
lib (oudliloii 1'lllalile.
Application for tiansnortutlon to A'nn
datta, ill., has been made to the Humane
Koclety for James l'.av, tT ears old, who
Is deaf, dumb und blind. Dp to n few
month ago ituy was supported by a sou
und a daughter In this illy, but they de
serted him, It Is bald, und hu becume an
object of charity, ilrs. Kate Miles took
his casi) In hand and secured truiibpoita
tlon fur him us fur us M. Louis.
Illd Not .'Meet.
There was to have been n meeting ct
Hi- board of ol). e commissioners ytster
t,iy afternoon but owing to the absence of
th. major fie m the ilty ball the meeting
was postponed to u (uturo date. There uio
two vuc-uii'ies to be iXUed, e. Jailer for the
Fourth precinct fltatIoi and a. patrolman.
aa!-y-i ArvaB bbbbb yBaaOTB!?aF wml
Kff I I I M Kl WHWT -
. . . KANSAS
Hr. Jului Belir,
pirst Qrand Concert
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 4 P. N.
Mr. Bern hard Listeman,
America's Most Vmtncnt I'loltntet,
Season tickets for tho eight concerts. Including two admissions to each
concert, $5.00 each. e
Heserved seats can be secured at Carl Hoffman's Piano rooms, 1012 Walnut
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
Tin-: sni'rr.Y or nous at this mak-
1CKT l.Alil.l.K THAN I.XIMXI'KW.
Tlioy Are of Hood llunllty l-nrco Mllp
iiients I'rmn Te-i.it and Jndluii Territory
Jlcllco Attain IIujIiik To Ap
point Ilclt-RalcH and Altcruntrs.
Hogs nre coming now quite freely nnd
the quality Rood. I.ei-s H heard about
sickness araomr Iiobb In the country, and
now- that corn Is pretty well cured and the
weather frosty and more healthy, a larger
percent of the crop should be saved. Ye -terday's
receipts of lions were over ll.tiyn.
and for the week endlnK Tuesday over
CO.COO. Quite n number of Southern, or
Te.xas and Indian Territory hogs, are com
tnB In, and they in no way resemble their
ancestry, the "razor backs," of the pai-t,
but nre well bred porkers that would pass
as creditable anywhere.
Mexico was in the market for heavy hoss
ycsteiday.and MQ were taken for the South
The bulk of hog sales yesterday were at
$3.(ii3.55, aRninst $ I.42&-4.G!) the same day
last year, a loss of 1 per cent since then
At a meeting of tho Cincinnati Talk
Packers' Association, Secretary Murraj re
ported that fti.ojo more hous wero packed
there in the season of UUl-'JJ than in 1SW
91, the total number tho past season, being
A nencrnl moetlmr of the hive Stock ex
change Is called for Thursday, November
Ji, at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of ap
pointing six delegates and sis alternates
to attend tho annual meeting of the Na
tional Llvo Stock exchange, to be held In
ChUniKO Uecember C. ...
Kred Sillier, St. Mary's, Iv.as., had in
G. B. Charlton, Wellington. Mo., tvas In
yesterday with hogs. ,
John Ileedy, of Clyde. Kas., was hero
yesterday with hogs.
Hall Ili-os., Wichita, Kas., had In cuttle
S. P. nronson, Leo, Mo., was on the
yards yesterday with cattle.
Horner ,c Kirk, Kingman, Ivas., were in
yesterday with hogs,
Frank Sclfert, Yininff, Kas., was at tho
yards esterday with hogs.
Jiusi-ell Hros., Ilurrlsotiville, Mo., were
here yeilerjaj with hoes.
A. J. Cluck and O. U. MoAdovv, Sheldon.
Mo., wtie at the. jards yesterday with
cattle and hoes.
J. II. Ulackvvell, I.ee'a Summit, Mo., got
feeders here yesterday.
Amos Snyder and Ii-ano Wllson.Norborne,
C. II. Ulliott, wilmoth, Itns., was at tho
yards yesterday with cuttle.
Fred Rotter, Miltonvale, Kas., came In
yesterda with cattle
Joe Thorp, Hume, Mo., had In hogs yes
terday. J. i Hogan, Adair, I. T., was here yes
terday with hoes.
H. Jones, lleatty, Kas., cams In yesterday
with hogs and sheep.
lien Smith. Carlos. Kns was at th
yards yesierilny with hogs.
Don Farrar, Frankfort, Kas., was )n
yenterday with hogs and sheep.
IJ. U. l.edlietter, Oaiden City, Kas., had
In hogs yusteid.ty.
riiyalci.iu. llavK i'ouiiii Out
That a contaminating and foreign element
In the blood, developed by indigestion, Is
the causa of rheumatism. This settles upon
the sensitive sub-cutaneous covering of tho
muscles and ligaments ot the Joints, caus
ing constant and shitting pain, and nggte
gating as a calcareous, chalky depuolt,
which produces stllfnehs and distortion of
the Joints. No fact, which experience has
demonstrated iu regard to IIot-tter's
Stomach Hit tern, has stronger evidence to
Millport than this, namely that this medi.
cjno of coinprehenidvc uses checks tho for.
mldable and anoclous disease, nor is It
less positively established that It Is pref
erable) to the poisons often used to uirest
It, since llm medicine contains only salu
t.uy Ingivdients. it Is also a signal rem
tdy for malarial fuvers, constipation, djs
ptpsla, kidney and bladder ullniPnts, de.
bllliy and other dibordvi. Seo that you
get tho genuine.
W lieu )ou nutter from lek heudiotie, diz
ziness, constipation, etc, temeiiiter Carter's
Utile Liver kiil will lellovo jou One pill ii a
1'iild for Ibe 1'iiiiip.
Tho last llnnwlal act In tho water work-
litigation, except paing Judge Hlaek Ida
commission, was pe-rfoinud cirly jester
day afternoon when tho Metropolitan Wa
ter Company litU Into the city treasury
j'.'.MO for the pump moved from Qulndaro
lo Turkey creek. This was one of tho
points duclded by Commissioner IIIack,
that the company had the option of return
ing the pump or paying tho city $',&).
II. II. Oetman; brick building; 15 and 1?
West Fifteenth stieef, HOW.
C, W, Holmus, frame church; 1501 East
Seventeenth street; (Me).
T.'fflJriTllmTi' - fTX
CITY . . .
Coatcs Opera House.
Two nights, Tn 'ay and Saturday,
NOVI MltKU 15-1G.
The Amcr,i an Tragedian,
Mb, Walker Whiteside,
Assisted by Mi T.'-lla Wolstan and a
selected companj of i'lacrs.
THH MERCHANT OF YHNICC
Satuielay Night UICIIAHD III
lleservert seat- on nle at box olllcc and
Union l'o. itic ticket otllce.
B 1 0 UlUIISi
Matinee T lay at 2- "INdnM It."
ii ivms i ll rani of Hie II .use )
Tu-iicm ' v"Tin: r..iiA rt.rt
Tl.urs-.av 'ilielle Fr u. II I na "
S i ii i. y ii " i.e. J.Imk i',i.sar, batur-
I nnv ' ijht e cila unor.
An riabrata Production.
The laie-et iiusiiau
JJj H.lillA'l TAN JJU.NM:LI,Y
sund.iy Matinee, Nov 17,
'I C)-N Kill I,
Hoy l's lairsi im-dy. A ( unteiiicd vtouniii.
TH ST. o?k..
lo-niri .!. Wednesday and Saturday
THE GREEN GOODS MAN,
Next siuuliij- laUut'o 'iuiuiikln imiKiilflcent
In nil Its iirli innl Hplfiulor.
Havo You Scon
tho new Vozosi Vuvp I3o.it It Is slTn
freov.uha h liox of TowUcr. Ask for It.
You put Into the New England
IVJutiiiil Lifo Insurnnce Co. will
prove a root over your own head 11 you
live long enough, nut! help to .support
you w lien mi reacli old ae. CI1AS.
I). Mil. I,, i.en'l Atrent, Jvuvv 'ufjhiiul
A ldii Melton overcoat waa Ftoli-n of
I'. C. rtn.nu, loom S3S in ilie Uuard of
Trade building, at noon yesterdai.
A li al In i fill estate was yesterday con
summated lii which (leu nre It. Collins ob
tained fiom J. 1". Wither- a ninety-tire foot
meant lot in Witheib' addition, lietive-en
TJilrtloth stieet nud ripiliiKlleld avenue:
Lonxlderntlon, J2,4W, all eii-h. lluah Utos.
acted as .it-enta for Mr. Withera
William .Steele, nn nttnclie of the race
tracK, vvaa ye.lenlny nir.ilKned beforo
Justice fuse cltnrBed with n-.aultlni; with
Intent to kill Albert Coltman, a tellovv ut.
tue he. IK- uavo iM bond fot his appear
anee to-iiioiuiw. The nsvault In alleged to
havo been made with a pllchfoik,
Ira llmtiions, of Weotport, who phot ot
1'o.irl ItuKtit. elurius a quarrel between
the two on Februaiy 4, IVJt, was nriait'iied
beforo Justice Havvthotuo jt.terilny
ehuiyed with distill blnir ili" l ce He
will have a hearing next Tuesday. Rog
ers U now In the? ioiklioue. uu a e.h.uo
Jnnieei Hai land, n utrunger In the city
emend tin Ouziaid saloon yc-st. i iuj aft.
e I noon to jfe-t a Klnss of Ijetr. He- alms
that ivhlle ne was in the Baloon John 1.' ty..
ieraiii and Iifinlel Curtis attempted to rob
llm. PuliLLineti Clark antl Riii tl.ef.4 oi.
ieted tlie cw-ii men and took tl-em tn
C'eiuiiil etutlan, where ithey wete booked for
John and Julia Dense, who operate the
I'law hotel, Nn. 313 WVbt Ninth Bti-'Ht, are
man und wife, but they do not entirely un
derbtand each othei. Yesterday llrs.
ISeiiKe had her huehatul ".treated and ur-ralsuc-d
before Justice Cji-u on a eharKe of
threatenlnar to kill her. Itan. euvc bond
for his uptiearaitco Thuisduy,
John Noland yeaterday entered tult In
Justice Cage's court afraintt the Kansas
City, I'ltubuiK V- rjulf rullroad for the ul.
leced kl!lin- of a cow und calf valued ut
(IM. Nolaud is a Kavv lowm-hlp tanner,
und elaiins a train on the rullroad ran Into
und killed the cow and calf Auicust i.
The rase will be heard November 20.
Colstrom el Thornton, butchers at No.
1111 Wet Seventeenth ttreet, yesterduy
betfau cult In Justice Co-e's court UL-alnst
A. I'. lJuncan, u urocer at No. 017 Bquth
west bouKvuid, to recover 175 for a horso
killed oil a.pteinber 17. It is charged that
on that date the delivery t' am b-ionKlni;
to Mr. Human lun away, and dashlnif Into
the t' am of f olstrom -: Thornton, killed
one of their horses. The accident occurred
near Twe-nty-third and Wushlueton strteti,
,Ths casa will bw heard oa, Novmbr .
That interest every pur
Tone It should be sweet
TouchIt should be light
Beauty In its case designs
Durability The result of
woods, skilled work
men and honest work
manship. The Vose & Sons Piano
embodies these good feat
ures in addition to being
sold at a popular price ani
on easy terms.
J. W. Jenkins' Sons,
mi rirelll .tnwtt-
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
Ovrr -00 Teetli Estructcd Daily. NO
PAIN OK DANGKK. ArtiUcIal Teeth
warranted to fit Perfectly. Decayed
and ticking- teeth, if worth It, tilled nud
725 MAIN STREET
ALTMAN, KAULBACH CO., Props.
OLDEST AND ORIGINAL
io West pth St., Kansas City, Alo.
Leadinr; and Most Successful Specialist in
Illood, Nervous and Urinary Dlseaci.
IP VnJI arodlicour-
r TUU nKi1 btn
" ' uu failure of
Physicians -eon ult
Vvnhllte t llf'l'r- " J- aimer HUll
pllllis for lite.reeuive the candid
Varicocele, Plies &
Rupture, no pain or
cuttinf;. Hook free.
opinion of a phjslclnu
well known foresperl-
oncu, bl.lll and Intig
ritj. No promises made that
cannot be fulfilled,
Home treatment f urnlilicd ot nmull cost, when do
ilre'il, anil Mint un)wtiartt secure from oLtcrratlcn.
Sti'illi-tni-rt neer bentc O.I).
Luntuluilon. blanlekiinl Urlnnry Analyili I'rre.
A PEW "'" Intel ei-t to men only, by
j I" ACTS '""" edi"i' cc"" ""'"I"1 'reo
Callorudclres in conllilence.
DR. H. J. WHITTIER,
JO West Nlutll St. ICANSAS CITY, MO.
W. 11 CliitKE, Fre, J. W. IUrmet, Bee
A, A. To-Lixsos, V Ptef. C. It. Koc-wstx, Tio
OF KANSAS CIKY, MO.
HEW TOIt. Lir- HL-1LUIKU.
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sitflit, received from individuals,
linns and corporations on tlic
most itivorablo tonus.
Legal depository for Court and
iots as Exeotitor, GiiardUn,
AtlminiBtrulor and Receiver,
also tn Registrar and Transfer
Asent for Stocks and Bondi
Estimates Choerf ully Furnished.
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Bcok-icmicir. ShorthanJ. TtMwritlnsr. ItltX'
rapby, Dogliua Brinbeii, Uodern L-ogtiagei, eto., -I
WWtiWlUi. uutiiogBO tree. leUepaoaDiWi.
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sSA CAiT ,V --A'.Btts
There was a man in a certain town
And ho was wondrotis wise,
Ho marked his goods away up high
And then did advertise
That he would run a fake sate,
Cut his prices right in two,
And the people flocked
Their jewels hocked,
His sidewalk blocked,
In the year of '02.
That wai three years ago. There
learned a lot in this past throe years. They've beetl through hard timoi. AJflyV
They haven't had any money to burn, or if they havo had they've bought Ai i
coal nnd had a hot time of iU They'vo had to economize. They'vo had to U
look closely into what they have bought. They havo loarncd to respoot a
dollar more than over beforo. What's the result? Tho result Is that people
havo watched advertising more oloielv than almost anything clso in the pa
per. They've studied it. Nino men out of ten to-day can tell yon who ad
vortiscs facts and who advertises "anything to get you in." Wo havo
earned a reputation for doing as wo say. Jlen havo not been disappointed
when they camo to seo those $S.fi0 suits. They found them all that wo
claimed for them. Thoy found them 12 suits all but in price. They havo
never been disappointed with anything that wo havo advertised, exrer y
agreeably. Once in a while some man says: "I didn't expect to find reai--
worsteds among those suits," but ho's a suro stranger to our ways. Wo aro
selling some of tho sanio identical kinds of suits for $1. CO that aro being
shown iu Kansas City at $12. If you know us, you know that wo know
what wo say we know beforo wo let you know what wo know. If you don't
know us, it's time you did. It pays to cultivato our acquaintance.
"I know what is the
It Is tv wclMtnown fool
that In Orjranlo.Strlcturo
there Hncrotuiy deposit
a llbro-idastic ni.ilerl.il
in and oa the mucin mem-
iirane. of the water pan-
suite; that It cnulually
orirjtiizes and hecomes
hard. firm and totut-, causing u thickcninc lmooiiltilc-: liowuvcr.itlsnfact.
and puckering of tho tnc-mlirane. This .aytrcatmentlsof Euch tv niituro that It
belUR tho case, how can the cutting or rup- net' directly uuon tho htneturo and any dla
turltis of a stricture euro itl It cannot, cancel tissue, without ajffdin the ihhWww.
The deposit lintlll there. ra-.e, prndually clls-eulvlnR tho plustio do-
The InRenulty of tho Hurpcon hat been pan.uudretmiv!nK ill udventltious tissua
thoroughly taxed to find nn cftectlvo method which comes uw nr In iiawdu-Mll.e lorm or
for tho euro of stricture bcor. i of opera- shreds, or in strips from half to several
tlvrproccduri'shaveoeoudevlii gradual. Inches in lotis?th. Eiomcllrooa tho nhol
rapid and continuous dilations, bo uglea, Blncturo will come away In one piece. Tho
sounds, caustlci, cuttings, etc. Occasion, tteattnentise.iiy louse docs cot IntPrfero
ally theso euro In ejiceptlonal eases, but as with ordinary business, does -.ot cau-o pain
a rule, all aru failures How uiauy patients and ltiU.imniatlcni, is not Kercro and tho
have- had this kind of trea.ment suffered patlentcinusoitatliomowlthoutctposure
nntold misery and pain for monthsorycars, l.Miiny speclmensof uetu.il btrlcti.ro can
and Ht last, quit in disgust. bu seen at ciy ofllco.l Hours: 8 a.m. to.M'p in.
'10 suetesijutty ircai sinciure, cms (uasiiu
DR. HENDERSON, IOI
ENGINES, Automatic, Slide Valve or Corliss.
BOILERS, Horizontal or Upright
tVe, lun lutcrcwt you In
KANSAS U1TY, Jtl.sourt.
WESTERN SASH AND DOOR COMPANY:
Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, JIo.
in" tiivvm ori'JCK mil's r iiLii.niMi.
II. W. WOOUH'AKU. r. A. I'AXOS. J. C. HOUIOX.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, x
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AM) ULASS. '
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo.
RMl-vf9-w: W- hSmRhI istlMsm
SMOKE ONE-YOU'LL "WANT ANOTHER.
msTitluuriJfo nufOT, i w. I UAIaua nRAHJ ! i has. s. u.tr. i.b,
OtliSt.,KuiiClty,Jli. Tel.S7.-0 II H V H II ft UlUMliO, .Maker, Tupaka
iiiiivr"riiiut i" V. HIEGKit i'rfsiin
11IUI.TUS! t llt..,uvl IT.tli.u Vt.n ll.lt
Foreign Drafts Issued on
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
Oak, Ah, nuuv, Cherry. VVulnut. foplnr, lllrkory, lluttornut,
Kad L'edur, M--uguuy, Itrel Wood, gunrte-r Sanaa Itct uud tVhllo .
fev'-r -ijure, Wuerou stock, lUluatcr and Nnol btock.
V-rd ami UUica,
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, -Nails, Sales, Sealea
Boatba.il Corntr ritt- and Wjrndoti uv, Unj Cllr Mo.
Smith Premier Typewriter
Is machine designed for use. Does the best
work for the longest time. Ask for catalogue.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co., JJ3W,
9th St- Kansas Gty.
3, A, METZNER,
Dealer in Stove Repairs of Every DeseripliQi
U We VUj bW K-Ua-a UU. U.
matter with me, but WHO can cure me."
deposit mutt lo removed, and at 1 can do
ihfa, I laTelaltn to iewiVri over all other
I can permanently cure an v case otuncom
plicated organic nricuro without resorting
to the use ot knife caubtici, bougies, ?o mda
or an operation of any kind. Tonnyononot
underst.nit!lni;hnr7 this is 'Jone.lt vlll seein
W. 9th St.. Kansas City, JWo,
gwnr g --lWli'V..Si
Air or Irrigating.
jrooiln mill price. "Write u
"RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
nro no fakirs now(?).
i s.u'i:a"i amvavs iti:i.i.tir.i:.
Tar better than Tansy or Pounyroyal Pills and all similar medi
cines Surra fully uiej in thousands of case. It li a'ttlre remedy.
GujrnnleeU Sent nromnilv tsealoJ) on rocotoi of Jl oa Avoid failure
anddlsappointmont l'rep.ired by Old Dr Def.-io, of Paris, rraneo,
specialist In fera.ele coiiiplalnts ; 30 years' practice, hospital and
nitlcu Kor salo by JOIIVSO.N" IiltOs, Dru.glsts, 11U7 Main fat.,
Kansas City, Ala Sole Western Agents.
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