8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1896L
LABOR CHEAP, PRICES HIGH.
AX AMERICAN KNGIM3KR FROM 3IEV-IC- O
AT THE CITV HAIA.
Minor Happening of One Day In
The park board jesterday afternoon
KANSAS CITY, MO. August 27, 1S5S.
$g jfcH;l.'IHJIIM:g' IBMEHBIAMg
TAX.KS OF islHEB.
Mr. J. A. FlnU, of Monterey,
Amerlcnnn There Arc ut for
ceived and rejected a bid for paving that
part of Independence boulevard formerly
That covered by what
were known as Gladstone
and Scarritt avenues. There thought toone
bid submitted and that was
Yesterday's temperature Maximum,
we look for the weather to be generally fair; stationary temperature.
12th and Alain Sts.
Free Colnnce Ttvo Do-
llars for One.
too high. The board will readvertise.
A special meeting of the city council has
been called for this evening. It appoint
pected that the lower house will
a conference committee to confer with the
J. A. F.nk. of Monterey, Mexico, a loco- committee appointed pay the upper house in
If you knew how many times a day we hear that ques-
motive engineer In the employ of the Mex- regard to the police roll.
for You to See
ican National railway was f topping at tha The board of park commissioners park of tion, as if it was something extraordinary for us to make
New Albany jesterday with his wife way Kam-a-and TO-DA- Y.
Citj. Kas . has invited the
family. H sa:d "1'toplo down our
commissioners of Kansas Citj-- Mo . to at- or
some sort of an improvement Why bless you we've spent
ore rot iery much In favor of free silver. tend the ceremonies of the dedication in- Want a Bargain? Here is the front two months of every half year doing something
Xotu of the Americans. I knon, are. and Chelsea park accepted. afternoon. The
Saturdav your chance, and we'll let the
there are some five or fix thousand in vitation
figures here quoted do the or other to sret more liht and more room. Our store is
Jlonterey. They know how free coinage
works especially we fellows who work for MDST SHOW CAUSE IN
COORT talking. about as much like the store we found here three years
wages. We make, what Feems like big mon rpHE new Millinery, new Silks, new Rugs in fact new ago as a goldbug is like a Populist. Even our landlord
ey, but when, j ou come to figure it out, us At Oar Chamois
everything. A glimpse of any one of these is enough has to look up at the sign when he comes to get his rent,
not so big after all. Take an Amenum ACTIOXTO IJE COMMENCED AGINST move in wmie ana
oollar to a grocery or a dry goods store in STONE'S POLICE COMMISSIONERS.. cream and natural,
for fear he3!! strike some wrong house for his money. We
SJontcrerspnd half of it,and jou will get a to set any woman of taste Bonnets and Hats 89C 14 button and b but- -
Jlexlcan dollar back in change every time.
ready to put on, or to be trimmed, Silks to suit any fancy, Glovc, worth ton length ; to close hain't made a more noticeable improvement than we are
Take an American tliver dillar anj where Their DlHclinrce of Policemen to Be lln.--
i. S!k at nAir.
in Mexico and you will get two Mexican Judicially InentlRnted A making in our shoe and hat room this week. We are act-
carefully selected Dress Goods the novel ones fuller of fresh
dollars for it. Ever thing in Mexico yoJ Our Osc and 75c
buy Is high. The Mexicans have to buy in Salt Aicalnst Stock- ually reducing the space sixteen inches in order to make
gold that whatever ! manufactured holder of Defanct Hank. beauty than you've seen for many a day. Also beautiful 1IUD UUllUU! nuW
and natural more room. We are showing the new hats now, and the
there is figured at the same rate. Anj
man who goes into manufacturing in Mex-
ico is sure tQ make monjy. The reason is Attorncy Ben T. Hardin has decided
Rugs, rare and valuable designs and figures. 50c
Glorr north !
ois Glove ; to close
pounding won't deafen you to the prices. Did you ever
common labor can be hired at from 2i to We now have the biggest array and largest variety of 98c. J at 30c pair.
M cents a day, and the manufacturer upon a course of procedure in court in the see a Nebraska Special? There's a hat for you a three
squeezes his profits out of his labor. It is case of the sixteen policemen who last Sat-urda- j-
One lot odds and
a pretty good country for railroading, be- were dismissed from the force bj-- the new Fall Goods in the West Come to the Store see them. At ends of Gloves in dollar hat store hat for
cause there Is no winter and the seasons Democratic members of the police board. tan. brown, black
are about alike tho jear around. wages we
gineers get Just about the same
The case will be filed in time for the Oc- We only mention a few articles below. -- and colors; size 5.3,
would get if we were in the same work tober term of the circuit court. His action
in the United States, but of course we get will be upon the oath taken by the mem-
It in Mexican silver. Now, about prices.
Just let me give jou an intance: Take bers of the board upon assuming the duties
ordinary calico, made out of Mexican cot- of their office. It is to the effect that thej
ton and by Mexican labor. It costs 33 "will under no pretext appoint or remove NEW
j 6, .6.1. 0 3, 7, 7.1;
wortn irom ei uu to
to close, 59c,
Oue lot Lisle
1 Thread Gloves, In
ents a yard in Mbnttrej. In tho United
police officer or officer of police
States the same kind exactly Monterey any or on account of otherpolitical opinions
bought for 4 cents a jard. In
ne pay 25 cents for three pounds of pota- of"Our officer."
have decided," said Mr.
toes, and from 71 to SO cnts a pound for Hardin, courts it Is only where officers ap-
In the United States, jou can buy pointed are subject to removal by the ap- The new lot of
browns, worth 35c;
to close, 10c pair.
two cans of California canned fruit for --5 pointing power that they are removabletat
cents. In Monterev jou paj -tl for one can-No-
about the tariff: Thej- have no land the discretion of the power a fixed term, and
tax In Mexico. o that thej are high tariff. that officers appointedpolicemen, can be re-
were the discharged A finer collection has G.BERNHEIMER.BROS.&CO.
for their revenue on a tariff a been II. W moved only for cause, and that after a
Take corn the tariff on it has American hearing. The judicial expression is: 'It is
a cargo S pounds. As forlaw,
tariff under the McKinlej
the Mex- the fix--
Mexican cattle have been shipped Into giv- the
tenure of office that cuts off the
icans could export no cattle into the United power to dismiss, power towould otherwise
all. Under the WHron law. rjO.tO) be incident to the
Commissioner Fjke denies that the de-
cision and section quoted apply to theJohn- cae
k? never been seen in this city. Rugs of all sizes and de-
scriptions, the most beautiful and perfect production
of the Oriental looms are here. So great is the de-
mand for these rugs, we have brought to you the finest
IHE TOBACCO USED IN THIS CIGAR IS THE BEST WE CAN BUY IN CUBA,
I'nited States rince Januarj 1. I was and rarest varieties in the market. Our buyers are
en these figures in Montere-.- " in hand. He sajs that he and Mr.
Mr. Ftak has lived In Monterey six j ears. son will be on hand to defend their action continually busy watching out for the choicest rugs you will find the
THE KASSAS CITY ULSINESS COL- - results of their labor here Come to-da-
LEGE. A RECEIVER'S SUIT. v. r'A f The Mercantile is equal to any that are imported. See that the word MERCAJf
TTLE Is stamped on each cigar. F. R- - Rice Mercantile Chjar Co.. St. Louis.
An Old Firm In a Nctv Location. TrylnK to Collect From Stockholders Cbas. W. Lamb. Western Aet. 821 East Fifteenth st, Kansas Cltx. Mo. TeL CO.
want we have here that is what this
Very elegant and commodious apart- of a Defanct Dank. NEW MILLINERY. partment Is for to supply jou with the
ments have been especially designed and In the federal court jesterday J. Sam verj- - best to give you what jou want.
National Don't leave
fitted up for the Kansas City Business Brown, receiver of the American the Store nor
College, occupying an entire floor of the bank, of Arkansas City, Kas , sued H. B.
1 pass it by EXCEPTIONAL SYRUPS.
handsome new structure known as the O'Neill for $1,300. James Houghton for without visit- Made from cane the old kind pure and
Arlington building, northeast corner Tenth $!,:--, and Otis Houghton for $2,250. The ing this de- in new-- stjie patent tin buckets which are
and Walnut streets, Kansas Citj-- Mo. defendants were stockholders in the bank,
are share of the
partment to easily opened comes in gallon or half gal- AS 101 West pth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
The acquisition of the Kansas City Busi- and the amounts on their &ee the latest lon; price, gallon, .IK? 1: Lonejtwt ,!c,SL,Iec,.
assessment levied their holding to meet fashions and Tho OM Meltable Doctor. Oldest la AZ", Xeara Special
ness College adds a fourth institution to the obligations of the bank. The bank (9 Graduate In Medicine.
the famous chain of Coonrod & Smith bus-
iness colleges. After eight j cars' expe-
was organized by some young men from
Hamilton. Mo, who failed
early in their stjles In new fall trimmed and untrimmed
banking career, and much of the stock was Hats. The utmost skill, the finest and
WEDDING BREAKFAST 1 wjSilU 1
sBi? State treat CHRONIC. HERVOUSeni 'SPKUL,
allll.Blalteed6rmoueyr''funded. All mclictnes mrrdsted ready loruse. MedtelMg
FSSSftSS business. 'Patients at a distance treatebyca;udeirpres3.
rience as commercial teachers In some of held by the residents of Hamilton. The most discriminating taste, has been ex-
the foremost business colleges of the at
Hamilton. JAVA COFFEE
United States, Messrs. Coonrod & Smith defendants named live ercised In making these new selections Be uasa?1- - 5v 1
came West and established the Atchison
Business College at Atchison, - Kas.. ten
j earsLawrenceSubsequentlj--College, purchased
Mrs. Dunne's Will.
The will of Mrs. Catherine Dunne, sister
sure to see the new Walking Hats; latest
fall stjles; prices ranging
From 98c to $5.
An exceptionally fine "Old Manacling"
Java, just received. This Coffee drinks
smooth, with a most delicious rich flavor, TOM MONARCH COOPER sS3S3fSSSSnd Sexual Debility, WS&2&
the Business of Bernard Corrigan, was filedcourtthe officej-
in Champion of the World
rence, Kas . and later the three business of the clerk of the probate jester-da-
45c Pound. mapuooo, -
c..j pnrea loriun. .- -"- -"
BBB?.?i"Br,.,rur'7": :rr "zzzzzr. ,x.
colleges at St. Joseph, Mo., were purchased Her. sons. Bernard, Patrick,daughter
der the name of the St.
and consolidated into one Joseph school un-
and Thomas C. Dunne, andbequeathed $1
Sister Bernard Joseph, are
NEW AND PLEASING pides a Monarch rn1,!l!. ttatlerribledUeataaUits SlrlCLUtC
permanently cared wlthotri
caustic, cutting bougtas or
University. These school have ever since each. To her other daughters. Elizabeth
NOW FOR A SUnriER CEREALS pain, no exposure. Patient caa
life. Blood Poisoning. SUa Diseases, Ulcers. sounds- No
been under their management and have S. Mary JC.108and Helen M. Dunne, is be-,f
FEW BARGAINS. and Keeps in Front Swellings. Sores, Gonorrhoea TWHinffireauacatMuwuc. nw.v
always enjojed an exceptional reputation In notes, secured by mort-v!- Shredded whole Wheat Biscuit,
for the completencs of their course of
on the Ruhl property, now in the
Just a word to tell j ou what will be on
forms of Private Diseases poslUTelj cured or
S Pheiimatism AZLi "?: tt
study in every department. hands of Bernard Corrigan. the house at greatest dlscoTery In
both sexes. 80 yams. STpictures, SURE CURE. The sffcrt- - rim mvita Tllf ! A
While each of the institutions above
mentioned will continue to be under
1717 Madison av enue, and the remainder of
the estate. Patrick Dunne is the executor.
19e Cream Turkish Towels,
for 25C MONARCH
CYCLE HF6. CO.
trae-t- life, wita lull description of annai? jl Ain;m.4io w- - iAiTia
diseases, the effects and cure, eynt sea.-e- d few doses remove lever andfitctPTripn't Joints-
their control and supervision, Messrs Coon- for I2J6C ZINFINDEL GRAPE JUICE, . vf riivn
in plain wrapperfor So, In stamps. Kdadthis I Trim stamp tor circular.
Kmri of caSflL
rod & Smith have both removed to Kan-
sas Citj-- and will have personal charge of BEATEN BYAN ACCIDENT. 47c Sheets.SlxDO inches.hemmed
?nr Absolutely pure and unfermented Grape San Francisco Toronto Jlhk UWIiI4UIA 4443 "IV w- -
4 ..- -
c mm rtaiv. Kenietawitni
ready for use O"- - Juice; makes a refreshing summer bever- a.s.to8B.sj
the Kansas City Business College.
In their eighteen jears of experience as Venceder Turned the "Wrong; Stnlce- - 15c readj- - made Pillow Cases, age. Something new; trj-- it. ,.
AlMCOlim fit AnatOlTIV :CV!.onifrnT!ndtii-Thn- l Of la-- B
commercial educators they have Instructed 45x36 Inches, for, each IUI 1.
Ulrrilsrj ..- -i x ,,. m deed
fannress tha mind; l Sumdam
thousands of joung men and women who
are scattered all over the United States.
hont nnd Canada Won the
4 bleached Sheeting and 1
f j Kichards & Conover, ,traction- -o Eermon rrithout worna.
n.alAn:i!iUU auw" "
HUH, aiaaav a- t"w
rmc - - f
They are thoroughlj- - conversant with the 64c white ground Lawns, with - WOODBURY'S AQENTS.
bst modern will spare of commercial in-
no pains to main-
Toldo. O. Aug. 26. The Canad'an jacht
Canada defeated the challenger, Venceder,
colored figures, for 07 c FACIAL SOAP. KANSAS CITY, MO. (Enlarged Veins of Scrotum) often cause
and won the international race. The frv.iui Debility. Impotency, Licit or De-
tain, in the Kansas Citj-- Business College,
the high standard which has alwajs
defender won bj-- twenty-si- x seconds' time In Drug VARICOCELE velopment. Q ulclcness. Pain In tne Bici. Poor
Mnorv and many other symptoms. We
characterized their work. The Journal be-
speaks for the new firm a liberal patron- al'owance after as pretty a contest as was IN TABLE
Department, Guaran tee to cure any case of Varicocele, by our new and exclusive method.
ever sailed on Lake Erie. It was a hard Without knife, palo or chloroform. Call or write for particulars Free.
race for the Yankee jacht to lose, for sho
DEPARTMENT. Syphilis and other Blood DUeases. causing sore throat, falling hair, pila
in bones, etc. etc- - permanently cured without mercury.
AT THE StnURRAN' PARKS. had the race well won, but lost in a most The verj- - best class of Delicacies money
unfortunate waj--. - The course was five can buj-- . There's, no need sending to far OeCilWJWifi2trfB 15c Cake Irinury Diseases, acute or chronic, cured quickly and at small cost
night at Washington park the miles straightawaj- to leeward, and return away points for specialties. What jou I'lles and 1 Is tula cored or no pay.
Hawaiian band and glee club will devote
the entire programme to classical music
and grand opera selections. After the
Tuesdaj-- night concert of native Hawaiian
music the programme
bo of more than usual interest. The band
Is drawing large crowds
and repeat. On the second turn Captain
Barber could not distinguish the stake
beat. There wfcs three boats in the was
flyvng the American flag and there
nothing to indicate which of thfse was tho
her captain seemed perplexed and unde-
Venceder was headed properlj-fo- r
the right boat, but as she neured It.
cided what to do. Flnallj-- , he pulled away
Successors to Qf 'BUUXNC MOORC.
Free consultation and Urinary Analysis.
Book of Facts for men only sent, sealed, on receipt of six cents (stamps) to
prepay. Call or write, in confidence,
Dr. H. J. Whittier,
10 West 9th St
KANSAS CITY. M0
for the furthermost one aid rounded -- TO
The matinees for children and women at them all His error cost him the boat
this week are drawing far race, for he list fullj-- two m nutes hunting state, and will now devote Us energies
POLITICS af 1VICH1TA, Kansas.
greater crowds than was anticipated, al- for the right boat. Had he turned the to campaign work. He sajs he BASAS C1TT, Missouri. ST. LOUIS. MiMoari.
though a big business was looked for, as
the elephants are a - great attraction for
the children. Fridaj- night a testimonial
benefit will bo tendered Stewart Allen, who
boat properly Venceder would have won
the race bj-- about one - and a half minutes,
instfad of losing It bj- a little less than a POLITICIANS- -
thinks McKinlej- - will carry the Empire
state by 109,0u0 majority.
"There are a great manj-- - Democrats
who are going to vote for him." said Mr.
has been manager of amusements during
tbe summer, and who leaves' to Join the
Getman. "and I could hear of but three AND WESTERN SASH AND DOOR COMPANY.
Sol Smith Russell companj- - Saturdav-- . In
CARNIVAL POSTERS. News and Gossip of the Campaign, Republicans in the vote for where I visited
who are going to
addition to the regular programme the Gathered at the Hotels and thrco men own silver mines in Colorado."
Hoffman will sing, and Mr. Allen Handsome
and Seymour Rice will recite.
the 'Work of
Locnl Firms, Which Will Be Public Buildings of the One day at a political gathering. It is
MINNEAPOLIS, Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts-- , Kansas City, Mo.
"Some people may think it looks easj- - to
Mailed Everywhere. Citv and Elsewhere. said. Governor Henry A. Wise, of Virginia,
come down the 'Chutes' on a wheel," said was aoproached bj-- a well dressed man,
Tho Karnlval Krewe has commenced to gentian' Fnalblt. Al'ey. Tin Tolls. ABtlmony.
H. A. Knlpscheer. the daring cjcllst who -
makes the trip on his wheel at Troost flood the countrj- with posters setting forth
who shook hands with him very warmlj.
The Tenth Ward Republican Club has The governor confessed name. he could not that $12.00. Dentists' Amalgams. AInmlnnm.
park twice every day, "but I venture to the glories of the fall festivities. The'e
say that might j-- fw wheelmen would be. rosters are verj- - handsome colored litho- sent out the
following card to it& mem- recall the handshaker's "You must
remember me. governor," said the man. Tickets on sale An?. 31st and Sept 1st K. C. LEAD & METAL WORKS.
willing to undertake It when thej got to graphs, which will lw sent along "I'm from Richmond I made jour shirts."
"It is proposed that the meeting of the "Why, of course." said the governor, with MANUFACTURERS OF fll Cm Pltatln .Outfit a4 Denial
the lines tit
le top. It looks pretty steep and danger-bu- s
then." Knlpscheer makes the trip at of all the different railroads. Thej- - repre- Tenth ard McKinlej Club, at Ariel hall. good grace,
"this is my neighbor. Major
Of (JC8 and Works,
5 and 3 43 p. m. everj- - dij-- . sent the familiar figures of Pierrot and
Twentj'-fourt- h and Forest avenue. Thurs-
day evening. August 27. at 8 o'clock, be de- Shirts." and lOST-A-I-iS- .
IVOJIEN DO 1IVTTI.E.
These which were posted about the Board
voted to a- verj- - practical consideration
the monej- issue and to the removal of
Here are two political rumors of inter-
To Indianapolis Return Bar Tin. Solder BafcMU Metal. Stereo Me:aL Electrotype Metal. Copper.
of Trade building jesterdaj- - attracted much Ponocratic stumbling blocks. To give di est: Alderman P. S. Brown, Jr., is said
One of Tliem Severely Benlen nnd Cat attention. Thej- - were designed and printed rectness to the proceedings, questions are to be a candidate for major at the earliest
In ScvernI PInee. bj-- local firms. The posting of them re- solicited to te propounded to the speakers practicable dtte. Speaker Smith, of tho
in advance. Put the things which most lower house, is said to have cast his line
$14.00. J. I LANE, Frei. A. n. CONNELLY, Sac
Marj- - Taj lor. of 530 I'orest avenue, be vived the carnival spirit among the grain trouble jou or jour inquiring neighbor in- for tho nomination for president of the Tickets on sale August 30th and 31st
came involved in a quarrel with a crowd of and business Isboard membership lastlarger
men As the
much better than
colored women near her home jesterday thej- - promise to make their dlv Ision of the
vear, to appropriate, pointed questions, and get upper house four jears hence.
them into the hands of the secretarj- - be- Messrs. Brown and Smith are
Both CREENWAY LUMBER COMPANY.
aftcrnoon. Thej beat her and cut her in Karnlval Kxcwe paraue lar better than
several places with knives on the side, face that of 1833.
fore Monday evening. Then come Thurs-
day evening and bring w ith u
some bolt- C. W. ALEXANDER, . HARDWOOD LUMBER,-CYP- RESS -P- OPLAR LUMBER
and hands. She was attended at Central
To the business men: net your dinner at
ing Republican or Democrat.
"E. E. ELLIS,
Heitman, of the Sev-
is the latest to announce him- City Passenger Agent. Wagon Stock, Etc. Hardwood Floorings, Etc.
station. No arrohth. "Chairman Executive Committee." self as a candidate for the Democratic
the Midland restaurant Reasonable prices Telephone No. 1833
This club has Inaugurated a vigorous nomination for circuit judge. Tard 1900 Baltimore Are.
THi: IlEQUDST ItEFlSED. campaign of education, which includes H. L. HARMON, General Agent
Via some such features as indicated by the Marvcloua Results. T. A. FAXON. ' "OKTOX
B. W. WOODWARD.
The llnrllngton Ronte. Hoard of Pnlillc Works "Will ot Do-nn- tc above card. At all meetings it will have
the best speakers obtainable. the Trom a letter written bj- - Rev. J. Gunder-ma- FAXON & CO.
To IN'DIAXATOLIS and return, Wnlcr for Street Sprinkling. St. Louis platform will be read in full of Dimondale, Mich, we are per-
August 3ith and 31st, Colonel L. H. Waters will be present and mitted to mike this extract: "I have no
HATE JI4. Keidents on East Fifteenth street hae
Tickets gooil to September Sth. raised J10O by subscription to pay for
sprinkling the nenly macadamized street.
address the club. Hale H. Cook will also hesitation in recommending Dr. King's
speak and answer questions submitted. Xew Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife. While
We Dye WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
To OMAHA nnd return.
August 27th to September 6th.
RATE 15 SO.
They hae asked the board of public
works to donate water for the purpose,
The suggestion of the name of Gardiner I was pastor of the Baptist church at
Lathrop for the Republican nomination for Rives Junction she was brought down
congress has aroused a great deal of inter with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Your Hair DEALERS IS PAINTS. OILS A"D GLASS.
Tickets good to September 7th. but the board refuses to comply on the
ground that it has no legal right to do est and strong pressure will be brought to Terrible paro-t- sms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it seemed
Any shade desired, and do it scientif-
ically and satisfactorilj : no bad odors 1206 and 1208 Union Ave. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo
To ST. rAIIL and return. so. Property owners along the street com- bear upon Mr. Lathrop to persuade him to as if she could not survive them. A friend or streaky effect!,. Either ladles or
August Slst and September 1st plain of the dut from the newly laid ma- be a candidate. A :prominent gold Demo- recommended Dr. King's New Dlscoverj ; gentlemen; or if jou wish we sell jou
RATE J12.01. crat said jesterdaj-- "Gardiner Lathrop "oak. Ash. Quid, Cherry. Walnut. Quarter Sawed Kad and White Oat.
cadam and will ask the Metropolitan Street would come prettj near being elected. He it was quick In Its work and highly cents,j- the preparation with full Instructions
Tickets good to September 15th. Railway Companj and the baseball asso- In results" Trial bottles. 10 for appljing. Reasonable prices.
Is about the last man Mr. Cowherd would at the drug stores of H. C. Arnold, north-
To DENVER and return. ciation to contribute to the sprinkling fund. like to see nominated, for- he would un- west corner of Fifth and Main streets; "I. H. T5CHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
August S3th to September 1st, questionably be indorsed bj- tho sold Dem- Federmann & Hallar. Diamond drug store,
RATE one faro plus $2.00. ocrats. He would get scores of Democrat- 304 Main street: J. Griffiths, Palace drug
ic votes outside of the financial Issue, and store, northwest corner Twelfth and Main
VINCENT 1J.E. CO. JffiSS, Mannfactnrera of - OAK BRIDGE rLAMt AND TiM-be- rs
ejpecbtl Slge.s and Lencths Cut
HARVEm EXCURSION'S TO ALTj if the free silver Republicans should put up streets. Practical Wig and Toupee Makers,
OAK, ASH, POPLAR to Order. Write for delivered prices.
POINTS In West or Southwest, a candidate, Mr. Lathrop would win hands To the Judges and lawyers: Try tha Mid- And Cottonwood. YARDS and OIBce. 3316 Broadway.
September 1st, 15th and 20th, When Baby was sick, wa giTe her Ctstona. down." Q 1026 Main St Telephone 268.
October Cth and 20th, land restaurant Reasonable rjrlcca. Wacion Kindle Poplar. Hickory, Bntternnt. Bed Cedar. Redwood.
One fare plus $2 00
Ticket office KS Main St.,
Or 1M Union avc.
When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria.
When she became. Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
"I hope that Lafajette county will soon
be detached from the Fifth congressional MnrrlnRC Licenses Issued Yesterday.
district." said R. L. Yeager jesterdaj, "for Name. Send yncr name lor a souvenir
C. W. ALEXANDER.
When sho had Children, she gare theia Castoria. this reason alone: Kansas Citj. being the
second citj-- in the state, ought of course to D. J. Fricklin. Ottawa, KasCitj--, Mo
1 the Works of Eugene Field,
"A FAIR FACE CANNOT ATONE FOR AN
City Passenger Agent.
H. L HARMON. have the congressman; tne interests 01 tne Katherine Hogan, Kansas
eltv demand it. At the same time. It Is un C. E. Rjle, Kansas City. Mo
22 FIELXUFLOWERS UNTIDY HOUSE." USE
General Agent. Democrats of Lifajette Dora Glbonej-- , Kansas Citj--, Mo
fair that the loj-a-l on 21
Prcpnrlnn for Sehonl. county should go vear after jear voting Walter Green, Kansas Citj. Mo 21 the eugtne Tidd monamtnt SouotMr
Dnard of Education Mcetlnsr. for a candidate whom thej- - cannot look Jennie Workcuff. Kansas City, Mo 22
The most beautiiul Art Production of the blos- cen-
Professor Ruchanan's oflice at the Cen- upon as their own These counties Ijlng Philip B. Kanabel, Claj-- county. Mo 39 tury. "A !! tmnclj of the o fratrast f
tral high school was crowded all day jes- tion special meeting of evening in of educa-
A the board anart from those containing the large cit Mena Stangel, Claj-- countj--, Mo 33 soms gathered from the broad acres of Enrene Field
will - held this
terday with pupils who were enrolled for lic librarj-bebuilding, corner of Eighth pub- the -
ies oueht to grouped so that thej- could C. L. Sanford, Kansas Citj". Mo 22 Fans of Uie " Contains a selection of the most
the ensuing J ear. About 1.M0 puplk en- and get a share of the emoluments of political Helen C. Tregent. Kansas Citj--, Mo
rolled, which was something unusual. Oak streets. Tho principal business to be 21 beautiful of the poems of Fugene Field. Hand-
life." somely illustrated by thirty fie of the worlds
Heretofore the pupils hae been slow In taken up will be the selection of a site for Ralph Viola. Kansas City. Mo Wholesale and
H. C. ARNOLD,
this matter, but thej seemed to recognize the new has been discoveredschool building. greatest artists as their cojitnbution to the Mon-
H. H. Getman, Republican candidate for Mettle Whelan. Kansas City, Mo 19
the fact that the enrollment this jear will Since it
bj-- the board's
be larger than at anv time in the hlstorj-o- f condemn that the board can, if necessary, prosecuting attornej, has just returned L C. Rock, Kansas City, Mo
from his summer's vacation in New York Ida Crosbj, Kansas Citj. Mo
ument Fund. Bat for the iitlt coatribatlons af tha
treat artiit.i this hook contd bin bees oaonfac-ure- d Retail Druggist;
the chool and accordlnglj" put In an building, a piece of propertj- - for the school 00. rorsale at book stores, or sent
earlj- - appearance. it is probable that that will be prepaid on receipt of $1 10 The love offering to 5T2I AND IdAIlT.
14 .lndlnnnpoliM nml..llctnrn A14
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Fifth street, who reported to the police 1S0
Good to return until September 3.
that he was missing since August 15.
LIqnorii for IvnniinK. learned jesterday that he is In the work-
house, where he was sent August 17 for ten
Shipped dilly in secure packages by das for d'sturbing the peace. He will be
GHORGR EYSSELL Druggist.
Opposite waiting room, Union depot.
Arrested for Slander.
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Srr the Ilnrllnctnn Route Ad. Jacob Kunz. of Holmes street, was
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