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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 9,1837.
BUFFALO AND RETURN. Grind It on nil Trip Excursion Ornnil srm anil 1'rlemls. R und trip excursion tickets on rale Au r a and SS. Finn! return limit to Sep t - -r To go and return -via rail or t -t from Toledo or Cleveland ROUND TRIP RATE. $21 30. T e Missouri Pa Ittc railway has been d j- tred the official route for oil of the Kacw City Grand Art y posts by their c -liulttee A rs.ial train will be run from Kansas Cry Buffalo, leaving Kansas Citj Satur tU .ening. Auut 21, at 10 53 p m. e..5rpd with Pullman sleepers and chair cxr- (11 watt free), to be run through. " - -w ill le a ure connection for all pas . rr rs. from Kansas. Oklahoma. South irit Miwourl and Nebraska Special ar r" gemetit- for ail Missouri l'aclttc passen gers 'or verv man) popular and ehtap ex- jrsior- to Niagara Falls, Lewiston and Toronto dailv from Buffalo Regular trains I "air T nion depot at 9 13 a. m . 1 13. 9 00 and 1 P m lor tkkets berth- and all Information e Fogg. 108B I'nlon av cnue. or call or ad dress E. S Jewett. S00 Main street, Kan ui City. II o. GRAND EXCURSION To Jlnltnlo nnd Mngnrn Falls l the xvulinali Itnllrond. On Auirust 2uth and list the Wabash ratl rjad will sell round trip tickets to Buffalo via Niagara Falls, for $21.30. tickets good up to September 2flth. The Wabash route has been selected by the grand commander of the state of Mis souri as the official route to Buffalo, for the reason that it is the shortest line and the only line under the same management from Kansas Cltj to Buffalo via Niagara Kalis. Through cars and through trains over tht Wabah tracks all the waj The excursion tickets are Rood via lake In of the way. if passengers so desire Bj securing jour ticket la the Wabash u tak no chances of being laid out on the way. as the Wabash Is alwajs on time. For further particulars call at the Wa bash office, northwest corner Delaware and Ninth streets, or write or write to HENRY N GARLAND, Western Paenger Agent. Kansas Cltj, Mo. -$1.30 ROCK ISLAND I1OITE-S21J0 To Buffalo nnd Hctarn. Tickets on sale August 21 and 22. Rate. $2130. Anj route, Chicago to Buffalo and return The Rock Island will run special trains through to Buffnlo, via Chicago and tl e New "York. Chicago & St. Louis (Nickel P'ato rallwaj Leac Kansas City 6 30 p m and St. Jo e .h J p m., Saturdav. August 21. Ar r.ve in Buffalo 6.30 Monday morning. Ar rangements have been made with the man agement of Libby prison. Chicago, to open Uie pn-on on Sunday. Also, an excursion to Toronto. Special train, Buffalo to Lewi-ton. and chartered boat to Toronto and return, at the, greatly reduced rate of $1.50 Get the Wst of everj thins and accompany this special excursion. For information w rite or call on A. H. MOFrtT. G S W P A., Corner Eighth and Main streets, and 1030 Union avenue. Kansas City, Mo JOHN SEBASTIAN, G. P. and T. A. AoKiit Excursions Via the. Chicago Great Western railway tMaple Leaf Route) afford low rates for the tourist, the homeseeker and the sports Can while the comfortablj equipped train service of this line adds much to the pleas ure of the outing-. For horaeseekers, the low rate of two dol lars more than one fare for the round trip will 1 made on Tuesday, August 17th. to r ,1 p. -ts of the country offering Induce ments to settlers. Summer tourist tickets to the mountain and seashore resorts of the East, Minne sota lakes, etc., are on sale until Septem ber 30th. On August 21st. 22nd and 23rd a rate of one fare for the round trip to Lake Mlnne trnka Minn, will be made on account of the meeting of the American Pharmaceu tical Association, but anybody can take ad vantage of the low- rate and tickets will be jr ..-i until September 9th. Less than one fare for the round trip Is tve rate, to Indianapolis for the meeting cf the Young People's Christian Union, Au F - lth to 3rd and the limit of the tlck ' can be extended tn September 12th. The -Old Soldiers Route" will not forget Js friends of the Grand Army of the Re J k and for the 31st annual encampment -t Buffalo. August 23rd to 2fith. offers ex tremely low rates, and in addition to the ETl'ndid regular trains will run special trains with free reclining chair cars and f cper to accommodate the old soldier .is anJ their friends. Fare and one-third rate 'on the certificate r n will also bo made for the following r-eet'rgs and conventions. Supreme court Tor'ers of America, Denver. August 24th t 2Mn National Keeley Leagues. Mlnne ..r , August 21th to 2.ih. Summer School cf Normal Methods. Dubuque. August 2nd f) 2Mb American Association of Ob s'etriiians and Gynecologists, Niagara F-i Is Aucut 17th to 30th. Maple Leaf ticket agents, or 7 West Nirth street, or 1024 Union avenue, will take pleasure In giving moro particular ln t mixtion in regard to these reduced rates on application, or letters of inquiry raiy be addressed to F. H Lord, general passen ger and ticket agent. Chicago. Chenper Than SlnylnK t Home. I ess than one cent a mile Is the rate to r ffalo and return made bj the Chicago A Alton R. R. for the Grand Army Re iT on to be held In August. Added to this t se tickets at su-h an extremely low rate w I be good la rail or water In either dl rr rion. Call at Junction Ticket Office or w ite to Alex Hilton. Ninth, Main and Ix iware street, and learn all about the tr.p on the lake. Personally Conducted Excursions T- Tortland. Ore, weekly via the Union Far fie. also new dally line established via Ogden. Sacramento and the Peerless Shasta Route, for scenic Interest unsurpassed on f- e eminent. This new through car line win be Inaugurated Sunday. June 13th. and ccct'nue daily with a porsonallj- conducted excursion once each week. Observation cars for use of passengers on all trains to w the magnificent scenery on Shasta Rrute. This Is bj- all odds the finest routa u Oregon and Washington oolnts. Take the Darlington Route. to MACKINAC. HARBOR SPRINGS. FETOS- KY. CHARLEVOIX and all Lake resorts. via Chlcigo and Steamer Manltou, or all rail Hnea through Splendid New ELI leaves .10 p. ra Special One Way Ilntes T Chicago and points East will be made r tve fhtrago Great Western railway M 1 le Laf route) on the following dates -!ust " and 1. These rates are verj - rJ ou will save monej- bj consulting V Jcrdan Maple Leaf ticket agent. 7 Nth street before purchasing tick c' anj point In the East. For the Orrnilon t ire r. A R encampment at Buffalo, Nlrk.I Plate IJmrl trill cell tllr. N 1 1 s at tin's' for the round trip Good going igT. ' -lt J2nd and SXnl Returning Aug 1 st Jth to st Inrlu-H. Cll Ticket of- f r ri Adam street depot 12th and Clark trft-ts. Chicago. Telephone. Main. 33a. Kxtrn snlllnes. T Rurlhwrton Route ha a IIt of extra ,l ire for month of August of steamers tr-oni Tirou and Seattle for the Alaskan LM Ids direct to Dawson Citj-. Call at Main street for Information . Mntter of Ttitc. Tbe dining car and eating house service cf the Santa Fe Route has a national repu titi r Fxprieiced travelers know that ' 1'" 5?n, T "" are ,ur'' of faultless trie- There is no iruework alxMit it In Atuwi or New Mexico or farther East tfca ex ellence U unlformlj maintained. ' Gioriuna AVmttier At the Northern rummer resorts. Very re duce rates for the round trip via i. hioago Great VveaWrn (Maple Leaf Route) T r 'Ugh rieetws and free chair cars All n 0- "i airing -r G M. Jordan, agent 7 W est Ninth street. Kansas City. ' Summer Tourist Ilntri, T" Sf TauL Minneapolis and Northern lake resorts, vta the Burlington Route Double ttaiu Mnn and t rough sleepers For 1' U rm-ttcn all .t t ket offices. MS Main tunt and lu44 Union avenue CASTORIA. nias- rG&c& s3t ' It a triTf rJru.tsn MaUc u The shortest and most direct line to the Klondike gotd fields of Alaska Is vlv i,e BurUnarton Route to Tacoma, Seattle A steimer an at !d Main street or II I n avei c for information and r-r The Tlnrllngton Itoutr. The bet Use to Chicago. BURLINGTON ROUTE SPECIALS. J9.00-1O CH1CAGO-J3.00. 40-TO ST. LOUIS-S3.40." August Sth and irth HOMESnEKERS" EXCURSIONS. August 17th. September 7th and list, October 5th and IPth Rate, one fare plu J2 round trip Grand Army of the Republic, BUFFALO. N. Y . August 21st and 22nd. Rat, $21.30. SONS OF VETERANS. INDIANAPOLIS IND., September 7th and Sth Rate, one fara round trip. Bend for Illustrated dialogue of Summer Tourist Rates SUMMER EXCURSIONS i la Chirniro A llton Itnllrond. $9 00-To Chlcogo-$9 00 $o 40 To St Louls-$3 40 August ICth 17th ind lfth $11 00 Indianapolis and return Jll 00. Autrukt 21-t nnd 22nd $H 30 Buffalo N Y and retUrn-J2L. Liberal limits and condition- Compart ment sleeping cars, dining oirs a la carte, and positively the onl complete tone bal Iated line from Kansa Cltv to the East Kansas Cltj ticket offl es. Grand Junction ticket office. Ninth Main and Delaware. 103S Union avenue. Union depot and Grand avenue depot ALKX HILTON. General Agent Passengpr Department. HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS Via the Short Line, Knty Route. On August 17 September 7 and 21, October 5 and 1" the Missouri. Kun- t-as &. Texas Railway will sell tkkets to all points in Texas and to points in Louisiana west of Lafaette at ery low rats For further Information call M ticket offices, KK! Main strtet. 1044 Union nvenuo ind Union depot, or address T J FITUERALD, Paenger and Ticket Agent. V"estrrnrd Thrnuclt the Koekles. The traveler, tourt or busine-s man Is wise when If seli-cts the Rio Grande West ern Rallwa). "Great Salt Lake Route ' for his route to the Pacific toast It Is th only transcontinental line passing directlv through Salt I.a"ke Citj, and In addition to the glimpse It nftords of the Temple Cltv the Great SaltfLake and picturesque Salt Lake and Utalf alley. It affords the choice of three distinct routes through the 'noun tains and theJnost magnificent scencrj in the world On all Pacific coast tourist ticket"? stop overs are granted at Denver, Cola'ado Springs, MJnltou, Leadville Glenwood Springs, Silt Lake Citj, Ogden and other points of interest. Double dally train sirvlce nnd; through Pullman and tourist sleeping cats between Denver and San Frarclsco and Los Angeles- For Illustrated pamphlets descriptive of the "Great Salt Lake Route" write L B Kv eland. Traveling Passenger Agent. 303 West Nin,th street. Kansas Citj. or F A Wadleigh General Passenger Agent, Salt Lake Citj. r- 30 Iluffalo and Return .fUl.P.O Ala Santa Fe Route. For the national encampment G A R nt Buffalo, during week commencing August 23rd. the SANTA FE ROUTE will sell tick ets, Kansas City to Buffalo and return nt the rate of $21 30. Dates of sale Aug 21st and 22d, limited for return until Aug. 31st. with the privilege of an extension of limit until September 20th Part ot trip by lake If desired Two fast trains dallv Meils In dining cars a It carte For particulars call at Santa Te Route ticket offices, north east corner Tenth and Main its , or 1030 Union avenue The Shortest Line West. To Denver. Cheyenne. Ogden. Salt Lake. San Francisco. Portland there is only ono shortest line, the Old Reliable Union Pa cific. Two trains dallj- from Kansas City 10 40 a. m and 7 30 p. m . fully equipped with Pullman pilaco sleepers. Pullman din ing cars (cafe plan) free chair cars Trains lighted brilliantly with Plntsch light, heat ed by steam, solidly vestlhuled. No other line as short or as go6d Why not take the best' It costs no more Telephone 1109 City office No 1000 Main street, corner Tenth. J. B. FRAWLEY. General Agent. If you are thinking of taxing a summer trip, send for Illustrated Pamphlet Issued by the Burllrgton Route, giving ratei and arrangements for Summer Vacation Tours. California Shurt Line. The Union Taclflc Is the shortest and best line across tne continent from tne Missouri to the Pacific Pullman Palace Sleeping car every day In the jear without change. Kansas City to San Francisco Leave Kansas City at 10 10 a m , arrives In San Franclco 9 43 a. m 72 hours. Compar with other lines. 'Pullman Palace Dining Cars. Pintsch lights, steam boat. Telephone 1109. city office. No 1000 Main street, corner'Tenth. J. B FRAWLEY, General Agent. The cool summer resorts in the pine woods of the North can be reached by THE BURLINGTON ROUTE Two dally trains to St. I'aul and Minneapolis leave at 11:10 a. m and 9.15 i. m. ? O.OO Chiciixo $! tio. On each Friday and Monday until Au gust 13tn viz Auguft 0th and 13th. the Santa Fo Route will sell tickets from Kansas Cltj to Chicago at the rate of $a 00. with proportionately low rates to points east thereof Two fast trains dallj Meals In dining cars a la carte. Ticket offices northwest corner Tenth and Main streets and 1050 Union avenue. Only Dlnlnir Car Line Kansas Cltj- to Denver. Salt Lake. San Francisco and all points West Union Pa- cine, oi course. Finest Picnic Grounds In the entire West beautiful Bismarck grove, magnificent forest, splendid grass deep and thick, abundance of pure, fresh water, plentj of buildings for shelter. Only one hour and a quarter ride along tho beautiful Kansas river. Low rates liberal treatment. Call at Union Paclflo ticket office. No. 1000 Main street. Tele phono No 1109 J. B FRAWLEY General Agent. The Only Ulniiin Car Line to Colorado Points. THE BURLINGTON ROUTE. Through trains leave at 10 40 a. m. Low Rates nnd Hot Weather Are here A trip to Colorado doesn't cost much now. and jou maj- be comfortable In a cooler climate. Apply to George W. Hn- fenbuch. P and T A., Santa Fe Route, or rates and copy of "A Colorado Sum mer" NO FINER TRAIN RUKo out of KAN SAS CITY than THE BURLINGTON ROUTE complete NEW ELI for CHI CAGO. New Dining Car service; flush ves tibule on everj car. . I The Gold Fields of Alnslm Are best reached via the Union Facific than bv anj other line Through d illj tourist car, Chicago and Count tl Bluffs, to Portland Be sure jour tickets read via the Union Pacific and Shasta Route (So Pte ) For rates and lull particulars write or call at 1000 Main street cr 10SS Union ave nue. Telephore HO' J 11 TRAWLEY. General Agent. Pur Snle At a considerable discount, a scholarship, grod for one school jear in one of the best educational Institutions for bojs in the state For further particulars call upon The Journal Companj l'lsti Are llKliisr At all of the Minnesota lakes Whv not take a few dais off and "co-a-fishlnir?" Two fast through trains dally via Chicago Great Western rnllwaj M Jordan, agent. " West Ninth street. Kansas City. THE COOL MOUNTAIN RESORTS ot COLORADO can be reached most com. fcrtably by THE BURLINGTON ROUTE. Onlv through car dining senlie. Train leaves 10:40 a. m. The Burlinctnn flonte. The best line to St Paul. LEGAL :OTICE. PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION ChUago III. August 9. 1"07 Sealed propos als will be received at tms olllce until U o clotk a m . Sept. 9. 1M7, nnd then opened, for eonstructlon of 3 double sets officers' quarters at Fort Leavenworth, Kas . in accordance with plans and specifica tions to be wen at this offUe and at the offices of the depot quartermaster, bt Louis Mo i-nd of the quartermaster at Fort Leavenworth Kas J G C Lee, As sistant Quartermaster General U S Arm NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT No tice is herebj given to all creditors and others interested in the estate of William C McCann deceused. that I. Alexander Hilton administrator of said estate, in tend to make a final settlement thereof at the next term of the probate court of Jack son countj. to be held nt Kansas City. Mis souri on the ICth daj- of August. 1S97. ALEXANDER HILTON. Administrator. WAtTED-MALC HELP. WANTED Ar Idea. AN no can think cf somt! simple thing to patent? Protect your ideas, they maj bring you wealth. Write John Wedderburn A Co., Dept. U. 2. pat ent atty . Washinrton. D C. for their $l.S0O prize offer and new list of 1.000 In ventions wanted WANTED For U S urmj. able bodied, urmarried men, between ages of 21 and 30, citizens of the United State.-, of good char acter and temperate habits, who can si cak read and write English. For in formation applv. prt-firnbl) bj letter, to the Recruiting Officer. Fort Leavenworth, Kas. lA ANTED A tar tea and cigar salesman having an established trade in Southeast Kanas and Indian Territorj Mut have good record II C Fisher, Chicago WANTED Man to care for I horses and cow. Apply at Mil Main t-t. WANTED 2 joung men news agentF U West 3th st . $10 per week, room 9 EMPLOYMENT AGE.tCIES. CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, and furnished rooms. 104i East 12th St.. cor. Walnut. Tel 1179 The best place In K. C. Mo to find help cr .situations male or female 17 v ears' experience Ref. Omaha Nat. bank Omaha. Cltlsens bank K. C. TO RENT ROOMS. PARTY having an elegantly furnished modern detac hed home verj central, would rent a suite of rooms with bath to couple. 1100 E. fcth st FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. SI.25 PER FOOT. .4 SNAP! COME QLICK. The celebrated Albo Miller's $4 00 men's shoes now on sale at Altman's annex, 930 Main st , at $1 23 per shoe $2.50 a pair. ARMOURDALE BARGAIN-$350 will buy a beautiful level lot one-half block of Osage ave , good school and car line, sidewalk and sewer in house built on this property will pay 12 per cent on the Investment. F. J. BAIRD . CO . Tel. 1C4 Balrd bldg. FUn SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Wood and Iron Pulleys. Friction Clutch Pulleys. Shafting. Hangers. Pillar Boxes. A small Elevator. One 65 H. P. Loomis En gine, with improved Spaulding Automatic Cut-Off. These goods have been but slightly used. Will sell cheap. BAUER MACHINE WORKS, No. 504 Wyandotte. Telephone 2768. General machinery, construction and repairing a specialty. MISCELLANEOUS. ATTORNEY'S CARD. THEO L CARNS has removed his office to the SHEIDLEY BUILDING, ROOM 441. SPS I SHOES. Albo Miller's celebrated men's shoes, now being closed out at SCO Main. Alt man's annex. ALL kinds of chairs recaned and repaired. Upholstering and furniture repairing. Prices to suit the times. F. Clifford &. Co., 413 E 10th St. J. A. McMAHAN Private detective. 1123 Main street, room 18. " MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY loaned on furniture, diamonds. jenelrj, pianos biejcles warehouse re ceipts tj iiew rlters. eal coats, horses.cows, anj personal property, real estate, low rates, notes bought J A BR1GHTWELL Mass bldg. $1,000. $1,500, $2,000. $2,500, $3 000. $3,500 to louii on improved Kansas City real estate; no delay If title Is perfect Sills. Northup A Co . Keith A Perry bide. TO LOAN-J300. private, on real estate, no commission 1233 Grand ave, room 1. TO LOAN. $2,000 to $8 0M nt 7 per cent. Harlan & Co . 4, Heist building A 1EW COUATRY A EW RAILROAD. lO THE HOMESEEKLK-Great oppor tunities along the line of the Kansas City. Pittsburg A. Gulf R. R for small Invest ments In Southwest Missouri and North west Arkansas Buy a 0-acre fruit farm fc- $5 per acre easy terms. $1 per acre down, balance In monthly payments. Bet ter than a savings bank. Something that will grow in value. Hundreds are picking these bargains up Why not you? Write for full information Id F A. Hornbeck. land commissioner K. C , P. & O. railroad. 7th and Wjandotte. Kansas City Mo. ARE YOU SICK? DR OTTERMAN. a graduate of four col leges, 23 j ears' experienee, European clinic al advantages, ablj- assisted treats all dis eases of both sexes. Including the Nerves, Blood Skin. Kidnejs. Urin.arj Organs, Pri vate Dlseisrs Spermatorrhoea, Loss of Manhood, Plies and Tumors moderate prices, treatment bj mall send for ques tion list WO Main st Kansas Cltj. Mo I'4IM,ESS DENTISTRY. TEETH extracted without p tin Best ret of teeih, $3 00 and $7 00 dree, painless ex tracting), gold cronns, 2Lk $j.W Logan crowns. $2.00 and J2.50. silve- tiding, 50c and up. gold, $1(0 and ui 'lrldge and crown work a specialty at reasonable rates. BOLLLS & BROWNING 916 Main street. nt'SIXESS C1IAXCES. A GRAND opportunitj- for joung man or lady with good business qualifications to tiko half Interest in a good pajlng busi ness, part j- to art In canailtj of cashier nnd treasurer For particulars address W 34S, Journal office COVL. COL. COI,. SAVE ou 15 per cent on jour winter coal supplj If jou buj- before September 1st. Cherokee n id semi-anthracite Call und see Us 112S West 12th street. Te HSS PITTSBURG COAL & COKE CO. nilCSSSIAKI.VG. MRS. C. M. H1SLOP 702 East Eighth street. Kansas Cltj, Mo. does nil kinds of general sewing Children's clothes a speclaltj-. Special low figures for next ten dsvs MONEY TO LOIN. TO LOAN Money at lowest rates, small or large sums on Kansas City propertj. HOMER REED. 1006 Broadway. HOI sEHOI.n GOOD'S. - s -s YOU can purchase rurniture carpets, stovej-. etc on vour owns terms ECON OMY FURNITURE AND CARPET CO. 8th and Main st" FIRE ISlRfCE. J J CANNON fire Insurance broker makes special rates not member of com bine 1013 Walnut St. Tel 2349 PERSONAL. PERSONAL How to become lawfiiiVhy slclans, dentists or law j era. Address lock box 1W. Chicago LEGAL AOTICDS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS-Notlce is herebj given that I, as assignee of Kenton & Board-nan, will, on August 23rd. 1S97. at Nos 727, 72S. New York Life building, in Kansas City. Missouri, proceed publicly to adjust and allow demands against the es tate and effects of said Kenton & Board man. JOHN A. WHEELER. Asslenee. LEGAL J.OTICES. VSV. -s sws-- wV erw SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas. By due and lawful proceedings, the major of Kansas Cltj' caused to be ascertained and assessed bj a Jury, just compensation to be paid for private propertj taken for the purposes siwcitied in ordinance of said Kant-as Cltj-. Jfo C'S6,enlitled"An ordinance towlden and establish Grand avenue from Twentv-.slxth (2th) street to a point slxtj-slx (id) feet south of the north line of lot twenty (20), Scarritt and Peerj's subdivision of the east one-half (j) of tho southwest one quarter (') of section S. township i), range 3J ' approved on the 21st day of November. 1SD3, and whereas. By the verdict of said jury there was assesed against the fol lowing described lots or parcels of real es tate, as benefits thereto, situate In Kansas Cltj, Jackson count j', Missouri, to-wlt Against the fouth (13-100) Ilfty-ttve-one hundredths feet of lot thlrtj -three (33), Bouton's 2nd addition, the sum of twentj' seven cents and against lot thlrtj'-four (34). Bouton's 2nd addltion.thc sum of eight and 35-100 dollars, owned or claimed bj Mrs M E Coleman Robert 'ioung. on north two (2) feet of lot thlrtj -four (34), .Mil I on Moore trustee for Edwnrd II Bou ton. J A Brlghtwell. G. R. Hewitt. E Irvln. and whereas. On the 2th day ot Maj, 1SS7 a special tnx bill was ishued bj the cltj clerk of said Kansas Citj, under his hand and the sell of said citj against taeh of said parcels of proptrtj. as provided by section 4 of article VIII of the charter of said Kansis Cltj which special tux bills were filed in the olfice of the clerk of the ilrcuit court of Jackson eountv, Missouri, at Kansas Cltj, and bj said clerk recorded, docketed and Indexed as a judgment In favor of Kansas Citj against the propertj deseribed in the tax bills now therefore by niLun aim uuiuuruv oi two special execu tions Issued on said tax bills out of said circuit court as on a judgment of the court In favor of said Kansas Citj, returnable to the October term. 1S07, of said court, and to me as sheriff directed and delivered, in favor of Kansas Cltj and against the above described real estate, owned or claimed by Mrs M E. Coleman Robert Young on north two (2) feet of lot thirtv-four (34), Milton Moore, trustee for Edward H Bou ton. J A Brlghtwell. G R Hewitt. E Ir vln, I have levied upon and seized all of the above described real estate, situate In the county of Jackson, state of Mls-ourl. .nd I will, on Saturdaj. the 2Sth day of August, A D 1S37. between the hours of 9 o clock in the fore'noon and 5 o clock In the afternoon of that daj, at the south front door of the countj- court house in Kansas Cltv. Jackson eountv- stato of Missouri, and during tho session of siid court, at Kansas Cltj-. Missouri, sell at public ven due for cash to the highest bidder, the above described real estate, or so much thereof as will satisfy said execution nnd costs ROBERT S STONE, Sheriff Kansas Cltj, Missouri, August oth, A. D. PUBLICATION NOTICE-In the clreuit court of Jackson countj. at Kansas City. In the state of Missouri. To the October tVm." D-.1SS7 Josiah H Woodman. pli.ir.tirf. vs. Louls.a M. Woodman, defend ant. Case No 3040! Divorce. In the above entitled suit. It appearing from the allegations of the petition that the de fendant Is a non-resident of this state i-nd service of process cannot be had upon her witbln this state, it is ordered by the court as follows: "To Louisa M. Woodman, de fendant. You are herebj' notified that the above entitled suit has been commenced and is now ponding against jou in division No. 2. at Kansas Citj-. of the circuit court of Jackson countj-. In the state of Missouri, the object and general nature of the peti tion is to obtain a divorce from jou, said defendant, by the plaintiff, on- the ground that said Louisa M. Woodman, previous to commencement of said suit, "has absented herself from the plaintiff, without a rea sonable cause, for the space of one jear" Now. ybu. the said defendant, are hereby required to appear in said court and plead, demur or answer said petition on or before the 13th day of October, A. D. 1S97. the same being tho third day ofthe next Oc tober term of said circuit court to be be gun and held at the countj- court house nt the northeast corner of Missouri avenue and Oak street. In Kansas Citj-, Jackson countj-. Missouri, and unless jou do so apt ear and plead, demur, or answer said petition, the same will be taken as con fessed and n decree will be rendered against jou In accordance with the praver of said petition. It is further ordered that this notice be published In The Kansas City Journal, a newspaper published In said countj- and state, for four weeks suc cessively at least once a week, the last in sertion to DC at least fifteen days before the Ilth day of Ottobei, A. D. 1S97. The above order was entered In said suit on this, the llth day of Jdly. A D. 197 Attest: H. M. STONESTREET. Clerk of the- CjrcultaCourt of Jackson Countj-, Missouri "k (Seal) By SAM H. RAG LAND. Deputy Clerk Lewis H Hatfield, Attorney for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE-Ry virtue nnd au thorltj of a special transcript execution, issued from the office of the clerk of tho circuit eourt of Jackson countj-, at Kansas Cltj-, Missouri, returnable to the October term. 1S37, of bald court, and to me at. sher iff directed and delivered, in favor of e-iara l Laojd. and against Homer Reed, Ed L. Scarritt and Edwin E. A ilson, I have levied upon nnd seized all the right, title, interest and estate of said defendants. Ho mer Reed, Ed L. Scarritt nnd Edwin E. Wilson, in and to the following described real estate, situated In the countj- of Jack son and state of Missouri, to-wit. Lot eight (S) block four (4). Tullls park, in the cltj of Westport, In Jackson countj-. Mis souri, and I will on Saturday, the 2Sth day of August. A. D. 1S37. between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and live o clock in the afternoon of that daj-, at the south front door of the county court house, in Kansas Citj-. Jackson countj-. state of Missouri, and during the session nf snIH circuit court at Kansas City. Missouri, sell at public vendue, for cash, to the highest bidder, all the right, title. Interest and es tate of the above named defendants. Ho mer Reed, Ed L. Scarritt and Edwin E. Wilson. In and to said real estate, to sat isfy said execution and costs. Kansas City, Mo . Aug. 5th. 1S37. ROBERT S. STONE, Sheriff. PROPOSALS for erection of school build ings, u. S. Indian service. Chejenne and Arapahoe agencj", Darlington. Oklahoma. Aug. 4. 3S97. Sealed proposals. lndorcd: "Proposals for erection of school build ings, and addressed to the undersigned at Darlington. Oklahoma, will be received at this agency until one o clock p m. of Thursday, August 2r. 1SS7, for furnishing the necessarj materials and labor required in the construction and completion of the following buildings on Arapahoe boarding school site (l'l miles, more or less, from Darlington. Oklahoma), viz.. One (1) brick doimitorj- and one (1) frame outhouse, all In strict aecordance with plans and speci fications which may be examined at the Indian otrtie. Washington. D. C, the offices of the "Journal," of Kansas City. Missouri, th "Capital " of Topeka, Kansas, the "Eocle." of Wichita. Kansas', and the "Re publican," of El Reno, Oklahoma, and at this agencj-. For any additional Informa tion applv to A. E. WOODSON. Major U. S. A.. Acting Indian Agent. OFFICE of Jones Dry Goods Company, Kansas Citj. Mo. July 22nd 1!97. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stock ho'ders of the Jones Drj Goods Company will be held at the otlice of the company at the northeast corner of Sixth and Main streets in the citj of Kans is Citj , state of Missouri, on Thursdaj-, the 30th daj of Foptember. 1&97. at 9 o'clock a m. for the lurpose of voting upon a proposition then and there to be submitted to Increase the 'ipltal stock of said tompanj- from one hundred thousind (IGv.OOO) dollars, its pres ent authorized capital, to two hundred thousand (200,000) dollirs, one-half or fiftj thousand (50,000) dollars of said increase in said stock to be preferred I M. JONES. President. J L JONEh. Secretarj'. ANNA VICKERS Directors. PROPOSALS for military supplies Office of purchasing comml-sarv U S armj. 716 New York Life building. Karas Cltv, Mo . Julj- 29. 1SD7 Sealed proposals subject to the usual conditions, will be received here until 11 o'clock a. m., August 10 1-fli and then opened In the presence of bidders, for furnishing military supplies as follows, viz Mes pork, bacon, corned beef, flour hard bread, baking powder, beans, baked beans canned tomatoe", salt, cane sjrup, vinegar, pepper, soap, canned apples, canned apricots, chocolate, deviled ham. canned peaches, canned pears, canned sal mon, conned soup, starch, sugar tongue beef, ground cinnamon, flavoring extracts, mustards olives, pickle-. Worcestershire sauce bluing, borax, whisk brooms, clothes lines and clothes pins. Blank proposals and general Information will be turn shed on application to this office, A. L. Smith. Cap tain and C. S. U. S A NOTICE is hereby given that letters testamentary on the estate of John P Ford dee eacd, were granted to the under signed by the probate court of the countj of Jackson, state of Missouri, at . Kansa Citj on the 7th day of August. 19.. All persons having claim against said estate aro required to exhibit the same to the undersigned for allowance, within one jear after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said es tate and If such claims b not exhibited within two jears from the date of this publication thev will b forever barred 1 JESSIE B. FORD. Executrix. Dated this 7th day of August. 1S37. LAUD TITLE ODAKASTEE COMPAXY. A. L. O. SCHUELER. mgr.. examines and guarantees titles in Miscourl and Kansas. LEGAL IvOTICES. SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas. By due and lawful proceedings, the major of Kan sas Cltj caused to be ascertained and as sessed by a Jurj-, just compensation to be paid for private- property taken for the purposes specified In ordinance of said Ki t.sas Cltj-. No. 6546, entitled "An ordi nance to widen and establish Grand ave-nu- from Twentj--slxth U6lh) street to a pclnt slxtj-tlt (06) feet south of the north line of lot twenty 120), Scarritt & Peery's subdivision of the east one-half (V) of the sculhwest one-quarter (,) of section S, township 49 ranga 33." approved on the 21st daj of November W3 and. whereas, by the verdict of sold Jury there was as sessed the sum of $24 00 against the follow ing described lot or parcel of real estate, as benefits thereto, situate In Kansas Citj. Jackson countj. Mo, to-wlt A part of lot ten (10), Scarritt & Peerj's subdljislon aforesaid, beginning at a point on the east trlj line of Grand avenue liftj-four (II) fpt more or less southerlj from the north line of said lot ten (10), thence east ono mtrdred and eight j -five (1S5) feet more or 1cm, thenee south fort j -nine (19 feet, thence west two hundred and ten (210) feet more or less to the easterly Una of Grand avenue, thence northerly along said easterly line fiftj--four iG4) feet more or less to be 2it ring, owned bv Hilda Schrandt. and. wliereas.on the 2Sthdavof Maj-,lS37,a special tux bill was Issued bj- the city clerk of said Kansas Cltj under his hand and tho seal of said eltv against snld parcel of property, as prov Ided bv section 4, of article VIII of the charter of said Kansas City, which speelnl tax bill was tiled in the oliico of the elerk of the circuit court of Jack son county Missouri, at Kansas City, and by said clerk recorded, docketed and In dexed as a judgment in favor of Kansas City against the property described In the tax bill, now. therefore, by virtue and au-thcrltj- of a special execution Issued on said tax bill out of said circuit court as on a Judgment of the court In favor of said Kansas Cltj", returnable to the October term 1S97, of said court, and to me as sheriff directed and delivered, in favor of Kansas City and against the above de scribed real estate, owned by Hilda Schrandt, I have levied upon and seized all of the above described real estate, sit uate In the county ot Jackson, state of Missouri, and I will, on Saturday, the 2Sth daj of August. A. D. 197. between the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock In tho afternoon of that daj-, nt the south front door of the countj- court house In Kansas Cltj-. Jackson countj. state of Missouri, and during the session of said court, at Kansas City, Missouri, sell at public vendue, for cash, to the highest bid der the above described real estate, or so much thereof as will satlsfj- said execution and costs. ROBERT S. STONE. Sheriff Kansas Citj Missouri. August 5th, A. D. 1S97. SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas. By due and lawful proceedings, the maj or of Kan sas Citj caused to be ascertained and as sessed by a Jurj. Just compensation to be paid for private property taken for the purposes specified in ordinance ot said Kansas Citj-. No. CfcC entitled "An ordl. nance to widen and establish Grand ave nue from Twentj-slxth (26th) street to a point slxtj'-six (C6) feet south of the north line of lot twentj (20), Scarritt & Peery's subdivision of the east one-half (y of the southwest one-quarter (V4). of section 8. toWnshlD 49. ranee XL" .innrm.nl nn the iUi day of November, lS3a; and, whereas, by the verdict of said jury there was as sessed against the following described lots o.- parcels of real estate, as benefits there to, situate In Kansas Citj-. Jackson countj. Missouri, to-wit: Against lot thlrtj--fivo (35), Bouton'3 second addition, the sum of eight and 23-100 ($8 35) dollars, and against lot thlrtj'-six (36), Bouton's second addition tha sum of eight and 33-100. ($3.33) dollars, owned by Alice L. Strawbrldge; and. where as, on the 2Mh day of Maj-,lyj7. a special tax bill was Issued by the city clerk of said Xnrsas Cltj under his hand and the seal of said cltj- against each of said parcels of propertj-, as provided by section 4. of arti cle VIII., of the charter of said Kansas Cltj-, which special tax bills were hied in tha office of tho clerk of the circuit court of Jackson countj-. Missouri at Kansas Citj, and by said clerk recorded, docketed and Indexed as a Judgment in favor of Kansas Citj- against the propertj- described In tho tax bill, now. therefore, by virtue and authority of two special executions is sued on eald tax hills out of said circuit court as on a Judgment of the court in favor of said Kansas Cltj', returnable to tha October term. 1897. of said court, and to me as sheriff directed and delivered, in favor of Kansas City nnd against the above described real estate, owned bj- Alice L. Strawbridge. I have levied upon and seized all of tho above described real es tate, situate In the county of Juckson, state of Missouri, and I will, on Saturdaj', the 2Mh day of August, A. D. 1S37, between the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and a o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at the south front door of tho rnuntv- ennrt house In Kansas Cltj, Jackson countj-. state of Missouri, and during the session of said court, at Kansas City. Missouri, sell at public vendue, for cash, to the highest bidder, the above described real estate, or so much thereof as will satisfy said execution and costs. ROBERT S. STONE. Sheriff. Kansas Citj, Missouri. August 5th, A. D 1S97. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue and au thority of a special execution. No. 209s6, is sued from tho office of the clerk of the circuit court of Jackson countj'. at Kansas Citj-. Missouri, returnable to the October term, 1S97, of said court, and to me as sheriff directed and delivered. In favor ot Frank M. Deardorff. and against Alfred H. Helden. Jeremiah T. Dew and William F. Moore, I have levied upon and seized all ths right, title, interest nnd estato of said defendants. Alfred H. Helden. Jeremiah T. Dew and William F. Moore. In and to tho following described real estate, situated In the county of Jackson and state of Mis souri, to-wlt: One undivided five-sixths (5-8) of one aero ot land, beginning nt a point on the north line of the west half of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 22, township IS. range 33, said point being three hundred (300) feet east of the northwest corner of said west half. thence east two hun dred (200) feet; thence south two hundred and seventeen and eight-tenths (217.S) feet; thenee west two hundred (200) feet, thencn north two hundred and seventeen and eight-tenths (217.S) feet to place of begin ning, containing one acre, and also the un dlvided five-sixths (5-S) Interest in and to tho two and one-half story frame dwell ing nouse ana irame Darn situated on said above described real estate; and L will, on Saturdaj-, the 2Sth day of August, A. D. 1897, between the hours of nine o'clock In tho forenoon and five o'clock In the after noon of that daj-, at tho south front door of the county court house. In Kansas City. Jackson county, state of Missouri, and during the session of said circuit court, at Kansas Citj-, Missouri. Eell at public ven due, for cash, to the highest bidder, all the right, title, interest and estate of the above named defendants. Alfred H. Hel den. Jeremiah T. Dew- nnd William F. Moore, in and to said real estate to satlsfj- said execution and costs. Kansas City. Mo . August 5th. 1S17. ROBERT S. STONE, Sheriff. SHERIFFS SALE-By virtue and au thority of a general execution, No. 24729. Issued from the oftlco of the clerk of tho circuit court ot Jackson county, at Kansas City, Missouri, returnable to the October term. 1&97, of -aid court, and to me, as sheriff, directed and delivered In favor of Loula A. Self, and against Samuel Poteet, I have levied upon and seized all the right, title. Interest and estate of said defendant, Samuel Poteet, In and to the following de scribed real estate, situated In the countj of Jackson and state of Missouri, to-wlt: Northwest quarter of tho northeast quar ter, section nineteen (19), and the northeast qu irter fractional quarter of northwest quarter, section nineteen (19). and tho west half of the southeast quarter ot section eighteen (IS), nnd east fractional one-half ot the southwest fractional quarter of sec tion eighteen, all In township -43, range 33, Jaekson countj-. Missouri, and I will, on Saturday, the 28th day of August, A. D 1SJ7, between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and five o'clock in the after nion of that daj-. at the south front door of the county court house. In Kansas Cltj-, Jackson county, state of Missouri, and dur ing the session of said circuit court at Kan sas Citj-, Missouri, sell at public vendue, for cash to tho highest bidder, all the right, title. Interest and estate of the above named defendant, Samuel Poteet, in and to said real estate to satisfy -aid execution and costs. ROBERT S. STONE. Sheriff. Kansas City. Mo., August. 3th. 1S97. NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of James G. Adkins. deceased, were granted to the un dersigned by the probate court of the coun ty of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas Cltj', on the 6trr day of August, 1S97. All persons having cltims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the un dersigned for allowance, within one jear after the date of said letters, or thej- may be precluded from anj- benetit of said es tate, and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of this publication thej- will be forever barred. Dated this th day of August, 1&97 CHARLES A. ADKINS. Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT-No-tlce Is hereby given to ail creditors and oth ers Interested In the estate of Zella M. Field, that I. Dorothy P. Mills, administratrix of said estate, will make final settlement thereof at the next term of the probate court ot Jackson county, Missouri, to be held at Kansas City, on the. 16th day of August, 1897. DOROTHY P. MILLS Administratrix of the Estate ot Zella M. Field. Deceased. Johnson & Lucas. Attorneys, LEG1L AOTICES. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue and au thority of a special transeript execution, issued from the offlee ot the clerk of the circuit court of Jackson countj. at Kansas City. Missouri, returnable to the October term. 1W7. of said eourt, and to me as sher iff directed and delivered. In favor of K. S. Anderson and against Michael Wright, Robert Young. Peter Monaghan. James Car-, Frank P. A alsh. trustee for James Carr; Alexander F. Fraser, Theodore r. Emerson, trustee for Alexander F I'ra ser; C. Johns and Theodore F Emerso.v. I have levied upon and seized all the right, title. Interest und estate of said defendants, Michael Wright, Robert Yourg, Peter Mon aghan, James Carr. Frank P Walsh, trustee for James Carr; .Alexander F Era ser, Theodore F Emerson trustee for Alexander F. Fraser, C Johns and Theo dore F. Emerson, In and to the following described rial estate, situated in the eountj of Jackson and state of Missouri to-wit. The north twentj -five (25) feet of south fiftj- (50) feet of w-st one hundred and thlrtj -eight and 3-10 (US 3-10) feet of lot thirty-four (34). Col. E. M. MiGee's sub division of southwest quarter (') of north east quarter () ot seitlun eight O). town ship fortj--nlne (49) n . range (hlrtj--three (IS), west, adjoining McGee's addition to the Citj- of Kansas (now Kansas City). jacKson county. .Missouri, ana t will, on Saturday, the 2uth daj- of August. A. D. 1V37, between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and live o'clock in the after noon of that daj-. at the south front door of the county court house. In Kansas Citj-. Jackson eountv, state of Missouri, and during the session of said clreuit eourt at Kansas City, Missouri, sell at public ven due, for cash, to tho highest bidder, all the right, title. Interest and estate of the above named defendants. Michael Wright. Robert Young, Peter Mon ighan. J imes Carr. Frank P. Walsh, trustee for James Carr; Alexander F. Fraser, Theodore 1 Emer son, trustee for Alexander F Fraser; C Johns and Theodore F. Emerson. In and to said real estate to satisfy suld execu tion and costs. Kansas Cltj . Mo , August 3th. 1897 ROBERT S. STONE. Sheriff. 'JUtL.&ib.h.S Milieiv-vneieus. Oliver C Daj and Frances E. Daj, his wife, bj their certain deed of trust, dated July 1st. Ii93. and tiled for record Julj Mh. ISM. and recorded In book B 512, at page 13S. in tho office of ree order of deed within and for Jackson countj, Missouri, at Kanss Cltj. convejed to the undersigned trustee the following described real estate situate in said countj- of Jaekson. state of Missouri, to-wlt: Lots numbered t v. ent j -eight 2S). twentj -nine (29) and thirty (3w) In East Cottage Place, an addition to Kan3as City, Missouri which deed of trust was made to secure the promlssorj note or bond there in described, and, whereas, said note or bond has became due and default has leen made In tho pajnunt thereof, together with the Interest thereon, becoming due and payable July 1st, 1SA5, Januarj' 1st. 1897, and July 1st, 1S37. and also default has been made in the pajment of the taxes on (-aid propertj-. and the holder of said note or bond has requested the undersigned to execute the power of sale granted to him In said deed of trust, for the purpose of pajlng oft and satisfying said note or bond and the taxes puld bj- the holder of said note or bond: now, therefore, notice is herebj- given that I. the undersigned trus tee, will, on Wednesdaj-, tho lhth day of August. U97, between the hours ot 9 o'clock a m. and 5 o'clocs. p. m. at the south front door, of the Jackson countj circuit court hous,e in Kansas Citj-, in Jackson countj, afcresald. proceed to sell the above de scribed propertj- at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, to satlsfj- said note and interest and said taxe, and the costs of executing this trust D. E. STONER. Trustee. Krn.m Cltv Missouri. Julv 24 1W7 PUBLICATION NOTICE In the probate court of Jackson countj. In the state of Mls-ourl. in the matter of tne estate of W. fa. Theodore Vcn Daun. deceased, to Paul ine Henrlette Augusta Eleonore Countess von Ahlefeldt Laurvlg, Percj- Von Mehren, Heiga. Von Mehren, now Helga Levin, Ru dolph von Daun and the unknown heirs of Karl Johan Justus Sophus Von Daun. Hans Heinrlch Nlccolal Johannes Von Daun. and Caroline Jenalne Marie Knudsen, legatees and heirs of legatees, under the last will and testament of W. S. Theodore Von Daun. deceased: You and each of jou are hereby notified that on the ith day of July, H97. Antonle Mariane Emille Emma Fllten borg. legatee under the last will nnd testa ment of W. S. Theodore Von Daun. and Olga Ahlefeldt. assignee of the Interests of certain legatees named In said will, filed their petition and application for distribu tion of the personal nroperty belonging to the estate of the said W. S. Theodore Von Daun, deceasd. In the probate court of Jackson county. In the state of Missouri, in which they ask that all of tho per sonal property belonging to said estate and now In the hands of George Gaston, ex ecutor thereof, be distributed unto the parties entitled to receive the same under the terms of said will and their proper as signs, legatees and heirs: Y'ou are further notified that said application and petition Will be heard before the nrnhate rnnrt nf Jackson countj-, Missouri, ot Kansas City, Mo , on the sixth day of September, 197, and that upon such hearing final distribu tion of said estate will be made, and th rights of all persons claiming to be dis tributees under said will nnd in said es tate will be then settled and determined ANTONIE MARIANE EMILIE EMMA FILTENBORG, OLGA AHLEFELDT. Petitioners. Scammon. Mead X. Stubenrnuch. Attorneys SHERIFF'S SALE-By virtue and au thority of a general execution. No. 6022, is sued from the office of the clerk of the cir cuit court of Jackson countj-. at Independ ence, Missouri, returnable to the June term. 1S97. of said court, and to me as sheriff di rected and delivered. In favor of state of Missouri ex rel D. S. Patterson, curator of the estate of Agnes Jarboe, a minor, and against J. Henrv Waraeke. Fred C. Hev. George Kumpf, A. Paul Jenkins and George O. Warneke. I have levied upon and seized all the right, title. Interest and estate of slid defendant, J. Henry Warneke. in and to tho following described real estate, situ ated in the county of Jackson and state of Missouri, to-wit: North half (H) of lot ten hundred and forty-nine (LOil). block seventy-three (73). McGee's addition to Kansas City, also known as Holmes and McGee's addition and McGee's and Holmes' addi tion; also lots one (1) and two (2) In JOs. Haefner's subdivision of lots thirteen (13) and fourteen (14), Charles F. Quest's ad dition to Kansas City, Missouri, and I will, on Saturday, the 14th day of August. A. D. 1S7. between the nours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and flva o'clock In the after noon of that day. at the east front door ot the county court house, in city of Inde pendence. Jackson county, state of Mia-; souri, and during the session of said circuit court at city of Independence, Missouri, sell at public vendue, for cash, to the highest bidder, all the right, title, Interest and es tate of the abovo named defendant. J. Hen ry Warneke, In and to said real estate, to satisfy said execution and costs. ROBERT S. STONE. Sheriff. July 21st. 1S97 NOTICE is hereby given that letters testamentary on the estate of John Dvvjcr, deceased, wen granted to the un- derslgncd by the prohato court of the coun ty of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas Citj. on the bth day of July. Is97. All persons having claims against said estate are requited, to exhllit the -amo to the un-L dersigned for allowance, within one year nfter the date of said letters, or they maj- ue preciuuen irom any oenen,t ot said es tate, nnd if such claims be not exhibited within two ""Jears from the date of this publication thej-will be forever birred. Dated this 3rd day of August. 1S97 ANNE DWYER. BERNARD CORRIGAN, Executors. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of Michael Dougherty, deceased, were granted to the undersigned bj- the probate court of the county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas City, on the 24th day ot Julj'. 1S97. All persons having claims against said es tate aro required to exhibit the same to the undersigned for allowance, within one jear after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said es tate, and if such claims bo not exhibited within two jeurs from the date of this publication thev will be forever barred. BRIDGET DOUGHERTY. Administratrix. Dated this 2ith day of July 1897. NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of Lyman A. Berger. deceased, were granted to the un dersigned by the probate court ot the countj- of Jackson state of Missouri, at Kansas City, on the 17th day of July, 1S97. All per sons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the under signed for allowance, within one jear after tho date of said letters, or they may be precluded from anj' benefit of said es'ate. and if such claims be not exhibited within two jears from the date of this publication they will be forever barred Dated this 17th flay of Jul-, 137 EMMA BERGER. Administratrix NOTICE OF TINAL SI.TTLKMENT Notice Is hereby given to all creditors and others Interested In the estate of Stephen Wllmouth. deceased, that I. Doris Wil mouth. executrix of said estate. Intend to make a final settlement thereof at the next term of the probate court, of Jack-on coun tj, to be held at Kansas Citj-, Missouri, on the 16th daj' of August 137 DORIS WILMOUTH Fxecutrlx NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT No tice Is hereby given to all creditors and others, interested In the estate of Frederick A. Lehman, deceased, that I, Sophia Lehman, executrix of said estate, in tend to make a final settlement thereof at the next term of the probate court of Jack son county, to be held at Kansas City. Mis souri, on the lth day of August, 1SJ7. ,ou " "' SOPHIA LEHMAN. Executrix. LEGAL NOTICES. SHERIFF'S SALE herea. Bj dae and lawful proceedings, the major of Kt-rsaa Cltj- caused to be ascertained and assessed by a Jurj-. Just compensation to be paid for private propertj taken for the purpeja specified in ordinance of said Kansas City, No. iStf, entitled "An ordinance to widen and establish Grand avenue from Twtntj--slxth ototh) street to a point slxtj-six ( ;) feet south of the north line of lot twenty (20). Scarritt & Peery's subdivision of tho east one-half (-) of the southwest om qu irter (4), of section S township 43, range 33," approvtd on the 21st day of No vember, 1S93, and whereas, by the verdict of said Jurj there was assessed tha s.m of $21 W against the following desetibed lot or parcel of reil estate as benefits thtreto, situate in Kansas City J'Ckcn eountv, Missouri, to-wlt. A part ot lot te-i tlo). Scarritt & Peerj -i subellv i-'on of tl.o east one-half (b) of the southn t quarter ('! of section s township 41. range -3. cow Kansas Citj Missouri, beginning at the in tersection of the easterlj line of GranJ, avenue with the north line of said lot ten HO), thenee east one hundred sixty tw.. (1C2) feet more or less, thence south fortj-r..re l-) feet more or less, thence- wet co hundred cightj-five (lsil feet more or 1 -, to the easterlj- line of Grand avenue-, th rco rorth along said easterlj- line nfty-fe r ( 4) feet more or le, to beginning, owrcd tv Belle M. Garman, wife of Charles ar I whereas on the 2Mb daj- ot May 1VT a special tax bill was issued bv the cltv clerk of Kanas Citj- under his 'hand unl tha seal ot said city against said parcel cf property as provided bj section 4. of artlne VII I. of the charter of sald Kansas Cltj. which special tax bill was filed In tl otlice of the clerk of the circuit court ct Jackson eountv Missouri at Karsas Cltj'. and bj said clerk recorded, dock -fd and Indexed as a judgment in favor of Kacs.9 City against the property described In thei tax bill, now, therefore, bj virtue ard authorltj of a special execution i-sucd ta said tax bill out of said circuit court as on a judgment of the court in fivor ot Kansas- Citj, returnable to the Octjber term.lW, 0f said court, and to me as sheriff. directed and delivered. In favor of Kan sas City and against the above de'crlbeii real estate, owned bj- Belle M. Garman wife of, Charles W., I have levied upon an J. seized all of the above described real ei tate. situate In the countj of Jackson, stata of Missouri and I will on Saturday, tha 2Sth daj of August. A D.1SS7 between tho hours of 3 o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at the south front door of the countj- cnurt house in Kansas; City. Jackson countj-. st ite of Missouri and, during the sess'on ot said court, at Kansas Cltj-. Missouri, sell at nubile vendue Jot- cash to the highest bidder the above- described real estate or so muth thereof as will satlsfj- said execu tion and costs i ,, - ROBERTS. STONE. Sheriff. Karas Cltj-, 'Missouri. August sth. A. D. 1597. TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas. Jonathan A. Tipton and Klikabeth Tipton, his wife, by their de,ed of trust, dated tho fourteenth day of August. ISSi, tiled for record on tha thirtieth cUj- of September. IslO. and re corded in the office of the recorder of deeds of Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas City, in hook B, number 6. at page 423. convejed to the undersigned trustee tho following described teal "estate, situate in. ther county of Jackion. state of Missouri, to-wit. .AH of lot seven (7), In block ono (1), of La Veta Place, an addition to the Cltj' of Kansas (now Kansas City), as said lot and block are marked and desig nated on the plat of said addition, on file and of record in the odlie of the recorder of deeds of said Jackson county, in trust to secure tha payment of the promissory note and the semi-annual installments of interest thereon in said deed ot trust men tioned, and. whereas, default was made In the payment of the semi-annual install ment of interest which was due on said note on the fourteenth daj- of February. 1337, and the same remains still unpaid, by reason whereof by the terms of said deed of trust said entire debt stands due and payable: now. therefore, public notice is herebj- given that I, the undersigned trus tee, at the request of the legal holder of said note. wl'l. on Monday, the sixteenth day of August. 1S97. between the hours of nine o'clock a. m. and five o clock p. m . sell tho hereinbefore described real estate at the south front door of the court house building, In the block, bounded by Missouri avenue. Oak, Fifth and Locust streets, in Kansas Citj', in the county of Jackson aforesaid, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, for the purposo ot dis charging said debt and interest and- pay ing the cost of executing this trust. CHARLES M. NORTHUP. Trustee. NOTICE Is hereby given that letters testamentary on the estate, of Maria Whit man, deceased, were granted to the under signed by the probate court of the county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas City, on the 29th daj of Julj-. 1S37. All per sons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the under signed for allowance, within ono j-ear after the date ot said letters, or they may bo orecludcd from anj' benefit cf said estate, nnd It such claims bo not exhibited within two j ears from the date of this publication they will be forever barred. WILLIAM A. WHITMAN Executor. Grandln. Mo John C. Yocum. Attornej, 301-$ Massa chusetts building. Dated this 25th dar of July. Ic37. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Iet tcra of administration on the estate of David R. Jones, deceased, wera grafted to the undersigned by the probate court of the county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas City, on the 17th day of July, 1S97. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit tho same to the undersigned for allowance, within' one jear after the date of said let ters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate, and If such claims be not exhibited within two jears from ths date ot this publication they will bo forever barrea. aiaky jo2es. Administratrix. Dated this 17th day of July, 1S97. VW.Hnm Moore. Attorney. NOTICE Is hereby given that letters tes tamentarj' on the estate of Ross Dalbey, deceased, were granted to the undersigned by the probate court of the county of Jack son, stato of Missouri, at Kansas City, on the 3d day of August, 1S97. All persons h iv lng claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the undersigned for allownnce. within one year after the date of said letters or they may be precluded from enj benefit of snld estate, and if such claim be not exhibited within two yearn frcm tho date of this publication they will be forever barred. F. M. DARNALL. Executor. Dated this 3d day of August, 1S97. Wm. T. Jamison. Attorney, Nos. 421-5-5, N. Y. Life Building. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that let ters of administration on the estate ot Robert Behn, deceased, were granted to the undersigned by the probate court of tho county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas CIty,,on the 26th day of July, 1SJ7. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to tho undersigned for allowance, within ono jear after tne 'date of SRld letters or they ma be precluded, from any benefit of said estate, and if such claims be not exhibited within two yeara from the date of this publication they will be forever barred. JOHN BOHN Administrator. Dated thH Wth day of July. 1W NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notlco Is" hereby t,lven to all ercditars and others Interested in the estate of Jane A. Fullerton, deceased, that I, Jefferson Brum back as executor of said estate. Intend to make a final settlement thereof at tho next August terin.A. D 1897. of the probate court of Jaekson count, to be held at Kansas City, Missouri, to be begun on the sixteenth day of August 1W7 aay 01 BJEFFERSON BRUMBACK As Executor of Last Will of Jane A. Ful lerton. Deceased. NO. 202S. Notlc? qf Tinal Settlem ri Notlco is hereby given to all creditors and others Interested In the estate of James 1' Campbell, deceased, that I, Mary B. Campbell, etecutrix of said estate, l-.tnd to inakti a final settlement thereof at tha next term of the probate court of Jack son countj', to be held at Kansas City, Missouri, on tho lth day of August, 1397. MARY B. CAMPBELL. Executrix. John A. Ross. Attorney. NOTICE OF FINAL SBTTLLM1NT Notico is herebj' given to all credi rs and otherh irterested In the estate cf Charles T. Fowler, deceased, that I, Henry N. Ess, adminl-trator of said estate. Intend to make a linal settlement thereof at the next term of the probate court of Jackson county, to bo held at Kansas City, Missouri, on the Uth day of Aucust, 1897. HENRY N. ES3, Administrator of Charles T. Fowler, Da ceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notlco Is hereby given to all creditors ana others Interested in the estato of Jennie H. Hohenschild deceased, that I, Edward Ho henschlld. administrator of eald estate. In tend to make a final settlement thereof at the nest term of the probate court of Jack son countj. to be held at Kansas City. Mis souri, on the 16th day of August. 197. EDWARD HOHENSCHILD. II. Winston. Attorney. Administrator. NOIICE OF 1NAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given to all creditors and others Interested in the etate of Ruth P. Sands, deceased, that I, William A. Lewis, administrator of said estate. Intend to m..ko a final settlement thereof at tha next term of the probate court of Jack son county, to be held at Kansas City. Missouri, on the 16th day ot August. 1S97. WIUJAM. A. LEWIS. Aflmlslitrajw, u