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20 JANUARY 19, 1898. Cloven, Timothy, Millet, GARDEN SEEDS, FLOWER 8EKDH. ' Catalogue for 18U Free. J.G.Pcp?arl I4C0-2 Uaha Artaut, KANSAS CITY. MO. TRUMBULL SEED CO., 1428 ST. LOUIS AVE., KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. MILLET CAWS CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. SALT Wo sell the beat DAIRY SALT and as low as the lowest. Why pay more! PETER HEIL & SONS, 210 W. 6th. Phone 470. ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY, Choice Cane and Millet. Kaffir, Sprin Wheat and Jerusalem Corn, White llullexa Harley, Seed Oata. hM particulars and book, "How to how Alfalfa," free. McBETII & KINNLSON, Garden City. Kanau. ttaftttt))aei A Great Idea. SEEK Consign Cattle, Hogs, Shesp to Lone Star Coi nmlaalon Compny, For beit results. A new company. Capital 1100,000, Telephone 1108. Market reports fur nished. Write as. KANSAS CITYSTKY ARD3 PATEflTS T. 5. BROWN, 886 Sheldley Building, Kansas City, Mo. Patent Office and Machine Drawings. Fifteen Years' Experience. BHD Hi IUggins I don't soe why they don't have electristy flxod op do'b us tanners ooaH have some of the good of It. Cal Swamp Whut do you want? Bcmethin to 'lectrocute th' cabbage worms and portato bugs? HI Biggins That wonld be party sice, bat what I was thinkin erboat was tor have it tcr shock our wheat and Km Up tn Date. by adopting Ihttplanwaaraanablail louv lb. f.rm.r all lha mlcl.il. man'. prnMI, ami , I m wa iwa Uia frflahi h. a Inal mu'n an.an. 1 AS OOllD At THE IUT WOVEN Wilt ' . j J harm niaif. Prk'M w down. HaMtf writ al on.' tut tr rlmulam and aitra aparial dlarwiiii. ADVANCE, FUNCu Vit. -IS ui i. reoria. in. ; U txmsio.. raw itjlilroular taai V B4 . 01 in;, ThoaaamL la aucoaMnil r aittrMlon. Lowest prta4 ntlaae MaU-aer may KO, II. H TAlli. g I M.f Yt,p..l.cy,m WILL JOHNSON, 8C6 Kansas Avenue. Bell Telephone 580. TOPEKA, KANSAS. FUSE COFFEE A SPECIALTY. Dili), c. mhmi Special attention given to Diseases of Stomach and Lungs. 'Phone BOO. Office: 113 E. Sixth St. Residence: 401 Polk St. SNYDER'S NEW GALLERY 722 KANSAS AVENUE, Does the Best Work at Lowest Prices. Come Now Before the Holiday Rush. HENRY W. ROBY, M. D., SURGEON. 730 Kansas Ave., - Topeka, Kas. "TTli 10 S30 " " awdaaalllnf .t( ui woodarful Oaeca Hatter Maker. launUkaanToburatiarluTanlcd. Make bmur la 1 mlDuta. At th bottom of tha 1 tub la a tert-w aropallar that th glaring r.Tolro 1600 roTolutloui a mlnole. Tbl Irameaaa aglutloa aaa.a th glob- ' 1&iLJSZl u raada. Mat hatter aalaatae tutor all fanner and Br will boa. Minn a IlflMTU AaolamlfUvwdar. Aantaa.lttmk)!lU n hiiln I II. The Queen Butter Maker Co. 30 E. 3d St, Cincinnati, a SilflHir's Gil" lIVK-ClSJPblT CIOAH. PP Mill 23 "13 t..:Trj 621 Kansas Ave. Are still doing business at the old stand, nnder new manage ment. But the coul Is clean, the tons weigh 2,000 pounds, ana we try hard to pleuse you and thoroughly appreciate your patronage. Remember the old stand, oa Kansas avenue, x aras are now on bixiu street, at west ena ot viaauci. IF YOU HAVE A HOME E0W IMPORTANT IT IS for you to keep that Vt-TwT protected against loss by a duly authorized, SA K K and stronsr company, .... representing a perfectly AND RELIABLE INSTJBANCE. each company i. Th8 mm" Alliance Insurance Co., of Insures all kinds ot (arm property, school houses and churches attains! loss or damage by Are, lightniay, windstorms, cyclones and tornados. It being duly authorized and chartered nnder the State la s of Kansas, and Is not affected by the decision of the state Superintendent of Insurance, which eicludes all but Kansas companies from doing a wladstortn business. John W, Yowell, Pres. Over 1600.000 written In AprlL I. F. Talbott. Sec'y, Mcpherson. Kas TH PI n rf 1 I BAS RELIEF ii We have the exclusive right to make this beautiful t work in this city. This is positively the grandest work ever produced f in photography A call to our gallery will prove inter J esting to you. John . Bale, late of Hale A Mcintosh ; C. EL Hill, Cattle Salesman, late of Hal A Mcintosh ; J. A. Crane, Hog Salesman, late of Crane, Shelley A Hutton, 8k Joe, Mo. ; Samuel M. Hale Office ; Hugh T. Woods, Yardman ; C. J. Booth, Sheep Salesman. John E. Hale Commission Go. r,rvx& otock agcnto, Rooms 60, 51, 52, new wing Exchange Building, Kansu City Stock Yard. Correspondence and consignments solicited. Market reports free on application. Refer ence American National bank and National Bank nf Commerce. Kansas City. Mo. TeL 179 Erwie9 Grant & Co. :AT: Horse and flule Department OF KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, KANSAS CITY, HO. Sell on commission horses and mules of all grades, singly or car-load lots. Barns also at Fort Soott, Kas., where we carry from 800 to 600 head of horses and mules. Regular auction sales every Tuesday and Friday. Private sales every day. Special attention to the selection of breeding stock and well broken family, saddle and draft horses. We are pre oared to fill orders promptly by wire or mall. Liberal advances on consignments. Condition of market furnished on application. GEO. HOLMES , CHAS. A. SHAEFER EDGAR HUBBARD CHAS. W. BLACK LET AH HOLLIWAY President .Vice President Seoietary Office ...Stenographer Mvkom . CoMMissio?. Co Cattle Salesmen. I JOHN D. DOBYN8, GEO. HULMK3, JB. CH tS. P. BAiDWIN, ) Hog GUY HOLMES, j 8slemei HARRY CUBBI80N... Yardman Booma 2y0 A and 200 B, Live Stock Exchange. Telephone 1783. We make a Specialty of Buying Stockcrs and Feeders. Money Advanced on Cattle to Responsible Parties. Make Your Wants Known. Write Us. riarket Reports Furnished Free. The Kansas City S tock Yard are the most complete and commodious in the West and second largest In the world. The entire railroad systems of the West and Southwest cen tering In Kansas City have direct rail connection with these yards, with ample facilities for receiving and reshtpplng stock. Official Receipts for 1897 Slaughtered In Kansas City.... Sold to feeders Sold to shippers Total Sold in Kansas City 1897. Cattle and Calves. 1,921,962 05,2;i7 61)5,61.1 218.771 1,847,673 Hogs. 3,350,796 3.084,o2i 341 263.592 3,348,556 Sheep. Cars. 1,134,236 805.268 151.38!) 91.576 1,048,233 123,047 CHARGES: Yardage Cattle, 25 cents per head; Hogs. 8 cents per head; Sheep, Scents per head. Uay-80 cents per 100 pounds. Bban-$1 per 100 pounds. Cobn-60 cents per bushel. NO YARDAGE CHARGED UNLESS THE STOCK IS SOLD OR WEIGHED. C. F. MORSE, K. E. RICHARDSON, H. P. CHILD, EUGENE RUST, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Sec'y and Treas. Asst. Gen. Mgr. Traffic Manager. W. S. TOUGH A SON, Managers Horse and Mule Department. SUNNY SLOPE FARM. C. S. CROSS, EHPORIA, KAS. 300 PURE-BRED The Late Home of Beau Real. Three sweepet&ke bulla in service. Seven bulls at head of herd. Eighty Pure-tied Bulls for Sals Aloo twenty-five cows and heifers. Car lots a specialty. Addreea VGQENITZ, Photographer, Xlr H. L. LIEBFRIED, Manager. WfrH-MII I II I III I III I i 1 1 1 HW III 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 1