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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

"rTT THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 22,1897. I. J. FITZHUQH. President. W. H. SEEGEft, CITIZENS National Bank niwrtnrc Sidney McWIlllams, W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap-UlieL-LUrij. peU jex Gebnart. M, V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttlg. Geo. oocooooo&z MOimes. si. J. jnizaugu, Missouri.Kansas &TexasTrustCo Seventh and Wjndotte Street. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - l.eBO.OOO Snrplns and Undivided Profits, 51,150,000. 36 Wall street. New York citj-. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa, H9 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg, Germany. Singel 238, Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C. En gland. Dorotheen-Stnsse 54. ETlln. Germany. IS Rue .1u Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllwell, President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d. E. L. Martin: 3d. W. 8. Taylor; 4th. Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taylor, Treasurer: Frank P.. Wilcox, Ass t Treasurer: J. J. Catrnes, Ass"t Secretary: E. 8...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897. PARK BOARD MEETS. Ordinance to nepcul the "West Terrace Act Ik Now nendr tor the Council. The rark board held a special meeting yesterday for the purpose of finally consid ering the ordinances repealing the ordi nance creating "West Terrace park and pro viding for new condemnation proceedings In accordance with the modified plans. Theo ordinances villi go to the city council at its next meeting From the ertfeslons of a. majority of the member of that bod) It Is believed that the repealing ordlnanco will bo promptly passed, hut it is doubtful if the ordinance recreating the park wmi in the proposed limited lines will pass. De spite the fact that the people of Kansas City bv an overwhelming majority voted for parks and are still of the same mind. Aldermen Morgan. Morrison and several other members of the council are deur mlned to thwart their will. Helmet for the Tollce. ,' The white helmets authorized by the board of police commissione...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1S97. 8 CONFIDENCE AND THE LAW. BUSINESS PRINCIPLES FOUNDED SUSPICION THE BEST. ON Court of Appeals Decide That the Debtor Is Not the Proper and He liable Agent tor Collection of Ills Own Debt. An Interesting and Important law point was settled in an opinion Just handed down by the Kansas City court of appeals. It de cides that if a bank sends a note, check or draft for collection to tho debtor, the bank is responsible for the loss that may be sus tained. This is a very common practice in banking circles, though losses aro very rare. But relying upon the honesty of the debtor institutions, banks commonly send checks for collection to the banks which drew the check. The case in dispute grew out of the fol lowing transaction: M. Aach, of Burr Oak, Kas., sent a check for 5700 to SI. Well, at Lincoln, Xeb.,who deposited the check with the American Exchange National bank, of Lincoln. The amount of the check was placed to Weil's credit. The Linco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

Wte Knn$n& 3 mtnw VOLUME XL. NO. 13. WEDNESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 23, 1897. WEDNESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Bi rflCAL jubilee: zt ?& . CELE1 AT FAIRS! OUXT? A SUCCESS. GOVERI 'EPHENS ON HAND. HAD TO OMIT A VITAL PAGE OF HIS SPEECH. MIND CROWDED PAST CAPACITY. IXTEXDED TO TELL OF HIS DEFLOR ABLE COXDITIOX. ' .i "Fell Down" In II1 Introdactlon The Governor' Speech, and Other Cricket Game Snuff Sam for the Hospitals. The hearts of nearly a thousand British sons and daughters, with no les3 loyalty to the country of their adoption, beat fast as the words of eloquence came from the lips of some of the speakers at the Victoria diamond Jubilee celebration at Falrmount park yesterday afternoon. In all about 3,000 people gathered at the park to witness or take part In the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the accession of Queen Vic toria to the English throne, and to help swell the fund for the endowment of free beds In Kansas City hospitals. The British flag was unfurled to the ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23,1897- chamberlains. . attired In -the -darkest -of blue and gold. - The Sun Show Its Face. A preliminary gleam of the sun pierced through the clouds at this hour, touching everything with bright light and making the scene a grand feast of colors. By 10:20 o'coclc the carriags were loaded and took up .their position in the center of the quad rangle. Shortly afterwards the queen's su perb coach arrived and It had hardly come to a standstill when the landaus with the ladles and lords In waiting and' the prin cesses were in their 'allotted, positions. All the ladles wore light toilettes "of blue, lilac and pink, the .latest Parisian dainties. Then tho envoys' landaus started and the princes mounted 'their horses and ranged them selves In groups of three. . The carriage of the ex-Empress Frederick, ' of Germany, who was dressed In lilac and who carried a white sunshade, waited until after the others had gone, while tho Duke of Cam bridge chatte...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1897. KANSAS CITH; IKS. The Branch Office at THE JOCRXAL has removed to Room E, Halted lililff., where nil advertisements and Items of news will receive prompt atten tion. Any complaint a to delivery of the paper svIII be speedily reme died If notice la given. Tel. West 23. Inrtitntn Portsmouth Bldg.. IIIOUIUIG K vsnsas City. Kas. rhe oniv nlaca In Kansas where tha Genuine Keeley Ren'edles and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. A MECCA FOR LOYEBS. THIS CITV HAS BECOME A SECOISD GRET.VA GUEEX. DOES BIG MARRIAGE BUSINESS. COUPLES COME IIEItE FROM PARTS OP THE COUATRY. ALL An Aired Man Comes All the Way From Delaware to Marry the Woman of His Choice Anna Bly Sues J. D. Gearlnsr. There are more marriage ceremonies per formed In Kansas City, Kas., than any five cities In the state combined. This Is not due to the people of this community having matrimony on the brain any more than th9 residents of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

THE KANSAS CELT JOUENAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED ISM. The Journal Company. Publishers. Journal nnlldlnt;, Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Qtntrl rODlM '. 2C Sunday ..5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents per week: 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year $4 00 Dally and Sunday, 6 month 2 CO Dally and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only, 1 year 1 W Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 250 Editorial and Society '&" City Editor si2 Eastern Office ...SI and 32 Tribune Building. New lork Chicago Office 1S3J Masonlo Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Weather Forecast for Wednesday. Washington. June 22. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; variable winds. For Missouri: Light showers, probably clearing Wednesday evening or night; southerly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1897. ION BY BEN BRUSH. ,I.V HIKE DWYEK'S S OP BRAMBLE LANDS THE SUBURBAN. THE WINNER A CLOSE SECOND. jus enormous crowd witnesses THE GnEAT EVENT. Urn Ilrnsh "Vm the riiTorMr nnd When He Lauded Ahead of the Money the Cheer ol J,000 reople Sonndcd Over the Course Time, 2:07 1-5. New Tork, Juno 22. At last the luck was changed, and Michael F. Dwyer has car ried off the great raco of the year, the Suburban, with his son. of Bramble, Ben Brush, In the fast timo of 2:07 1-5. It was a victory for the favorite and consequent ly a popular one and, as far as could be seen, was a true run race. The attend once was enormous. Fully 20,000 people packed the lawn, the two tiers of the grand Hand, the roof and the paddock, and from the shout that went up when Ben Brush landed tho race and Slmms was hoisted In to the floral Jockey's chair, it would seem as If all had backed the winner. The day was a perfect one, the track was fast, and a better race coul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1897. 6 ' 3 In- a It! tx 1. 1. FITZHUGH, President. W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS National Bank n5rWTrrc Sidney McWHllams, W. N. Moore. Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap LMICCLUIi. u jJex Gcbhart. M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttlg. Geo. "sooooooooc Holmes. S. J. Fltzhugh. W. H. Seeger. H. C. SchwUzsebel. MIssouri.Kansas & Texas TmstCo Setenth and Wranditle Streets. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - 5150,000 Surplus and Undivided I'roQts. $1,150,0x0. 36 Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa. J9 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorqula 2. Hamburg. Germai.y. Slngel 238. Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C. En gland. Dorotheen-Stnsse 54, Brlin. Germany. 15 Rue .1u Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d. E. L. Mai tin: 3d, W. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Kolthenius. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer; Frank R. Wilcox. Ass't Treas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1897. MISSOURI SUPREME COURT. Antl-Butterine Uw Upheld City At- torner of DcSolo Confirmed in III Foaltlon. Jefferson City. Mo., Juno 21. (Special.) Division No. 2 of tho supremo court to-day-upheld the constitutionality ot the butter ine law passed by tha legislature In 1893. In a decision by Judge Gantt. the Judgment of the criminal court of St. Louis city Im posing a fine of. $30 on E. S. Newell for vio lating that law Is affirmed. The court passes on the Question of the constitution ality of the law and finds that it is consti tutional even though the funds are paid Into the state treasury. In an opinion by Judge Sherwood James G. Berkley Is restored to the office of city attorney of De Soto, Jefferson county, from which he had been ousted oa information by the prosecuting attorney of Jefferson county on tho ground that he had not paid his city taxes. The court holds that since Berkley paid his taxes before 9 a. m. on the day of elect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 June 1897

IE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1897. 8 HOW UP TO $70,000. CO.WEXTIOX HALL FUXD KEEPS OX IJOOMING. COMMITTEE REPORTS 566,135. MAM' SUBSCRIPTIONS XOT INCLUDED IN THIS. Eight Thonaand Blank Subscription Llsta Distributed. Anions Fire Thousand Kansas City Firms New Sub scribers. Subscriptions to the convention hall fund yesterday amounted to $3,900. from which la to be deducted $300 on account of subscrip tions Increased from $300 to $700. This makes the total amount subscribed to date, so far as the subscriptions have been reported to the general committee, $C6,13j. The amount subscribed on the lists of the sixty sub committees, all of -which wero at -work yes terday In soliciting: from the different lines of trade, and the amounts placed on Charles Schmelzer's "employes' lists," can not be approximated. Doubtless the total actual subscriptions to date exceed $70,000. This Is making- the low estimate of $3,863 for the amounts subscribed on lists which have not been reported...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

lie ICaw 1 jsttttui VOLUME XL. NO. 14. THURSDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 24, 1897. THURSDAY. PRIGE TWO CENTS. jrfyf 5E5 A I" AN Rs&TOB FALLS. FRIGHTFU1 032;; OF eight womes A NOT ONE SHAPED INJURY. I.EGS AND ANKLES ARE CRACKED AND SPLINTERED. Freight Elevator Wllh a Unman Car go Goes Down Four Floor at tho C. J. Daker Company' Factor- Heroic Effort to Stop It Falls. A freight elevator In the building occu pied by the C. J. Baker Tent and Awning Ccmpany. at 104 "West, Third street. In which were eight womep and one man, sot beyond control at the fourth Jloor at 7:30 last evening and -went to the bottom, forty flve feet below, with great velocity. It was a terrific fall, yet no one was killed out right, nor was one of the nine fatally in jured, although there were broken bones and sprained tendons and serious shocks In plenty. " The cage was not whecked, al though the momentum attained when the bottom was reached was very great. Following is a list of the injured, all be ing employed In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THU11SDAY, JUNE 21,1897- OHIOANS HARHONIOUS REPUBLICAN TIGHT LEAVES XO EVI DECE OP SOREAEbS. BUSHNELL ACCEPTS SITUATION HAS rRIE.DLY COFERE.CE WITH SE.NATOR HAVNA. Hanna's Speech the I'cnlurc of the Convention All (he Present Mute Officers Ilenomlnated by Ac clamationThe Plnt forni Adopted. Toledo. O., June 23. The Republican stato convention completed its work to-day in a session of less than four hours. While there had been a hard fight for two days for the control of tho stato central com mittee, there was every appearance of har mony and enthusiasm to-day. The two contests were decided In favor of the Dick candidates and this showed that the stats committee stood seventeen for Dick and four for Kurtz. Senator Hanna was not only congratulated on the result, but all the delegates were seeking admittance to his jpartmonts for conferences. Governor Bushnell not only accepted the situation compiaccntl before the convention assem bled, by having friendly consu...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY 30UItNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1897. 3 use arc i& The Branch Office of THE JOURXAL ku removed to Room E, United bide, vrhere all ndvertlseinents and items of ncm vrlll receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints ns to delivery of the paper will he speedily reme died If notice I Riven. Tel. West 23. Notice, Masons! 1 KAW LODGE NO. 272, A. F. t VyA. M., holds special communica V tion this "Thursday" evening, Juno 24. Work, First Degree. Visiting Brothers welcome. F. P. Strickland, W. M. X. J. Saunders, Sec'y. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WDLFS LAUNDRY. To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop.. Fifth and State. rCCICV Inotitiifo Portsmouth BIdgr.. KCCLU UlSUlUltJ Kansas City, to The only place in Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. BROTHERS AT LAW. A COUPLE OF AUSTRIAN'S GET INTO COURT. ALL OVER PASSAGE MONEY. aUES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUKjSTAX, THURSDAY, JUNE 24,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1SS4. The Jonrnnl Company, Publishers. Journal llolldlng. Tenth and "Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Daily and Sunday, one year U 00 Dally and Sunday. 6 months 2 00 Daily and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month Sunday only, 1 year 100 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 230 Editorial and Society 1Sj City Editor S12 Eastern Office ...31 and 22 Tribune Building, New York Chicago Office 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Wenther Forecast for Thursday. Washington. June 23. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; south winds. For Missouri: Occasional showers; cool er; south winds, becoming variable. For Kansas: Fair, preceded by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JUKE 24,1897. WON ODT IN THE NINTH. EIGHT IICXS CLINCH A VICTORY FOR THE BLUES. Score Wn It to 5 at the End of the Eighth Inning; Many Fam Left the Parle and Failed to See a 1,000 to 1 Shot Win Oat. It was the first half ot the ninth Inning, and the score was 11 to S in favor ot St. Paul. Barnett was In tho box for tho vis itors, anil he was giving his old-time com rades a stiff argument. In eight innings he had given but three bases on balls and hit but one batsman. It looked as though his old hoo doo, Inablllty-to-put-lt-over, had left him. The fans were feeling dis couraged, because the homo team had given a sorry exhibition of the national game. Opportunity after op portunity to tie up the score had been given, but the Blues loafed. Many fans left the park. Very few 1,000 to 1 shots are landing ahead of the money this year. Connaughton was the first man at bat. Ho had made three sin gles out of four times up, and he was ex pected to hit the ball...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY. JUNE 24,1897. . I. FIT2HUGH. PmUeirt. W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS National Bank Directors: Sidney McWilliams. W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap cell. Alex Gebhart. M. V. Watson. H, P. Wright. Tred Huttlg. Geo. OOOOOOOOOC Holmes. S. J. FItthush. Missouri.Kansas &TexasTrustCo Serenth and Wiandotte Streets, KANSAS CITY, MO. CAPITAL - Sl.250.000 6nrplus and Undivided Profits, $1,150,01)0. 36 Wall street. New Ycrk city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa. H9 Washington street, Boston. Mass. Sandthorquia 2. Hamburg. Germany. Slngel 238, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street. London. E. C. En gland. Dorotheen-Strtsse 54. Berlin. Germany. 15 Hue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwell, President. Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2d. E. L. Martin: 3d, W. S. Taylor; 4th. Jacques T. Nolthenius. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass t Treasurer: J. J. Calrnes, Ass't Secretary: E. S. Mosher. Ass't Se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JDURNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1897. INTERSTATECHAUTAUQUA. Carthage, Mo. (the Cleveland of tbe Vc(), June 21 to July 0. The Missouri Pacific will make a rate of one fare for the round trip U 40. Tickets on pale June 22nd and 23rd rnd July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, final limit July 10th. Noted attractions daily. Bryan dav. June 24th. Talmage day, July 3rd. On Brvan and Tannage days there will be a special round trip rate of 12.50. and a spe cial train Icavlng Kansas City at 7 CO a. m. and returning same day Trains for Carthage leave Kansas City Union depot at 2:20. 9.00 and 9.45 a. m. and 7.10 p. m dally. For excursion tickets call nt Union de pot, 1032 Union avenue. Grand avenue de pot and city tlcct office No MO Main street. E. S JEWETT. Ticket Agent. S22.5Q. On Jane 20, 30, July 1, 2 and 3, Per sonally Conducted Excursions to California Via Union Pacific Railway. The only Una running four dally trains from Missouri river to the Pacific coast. "The Overland Limited" is the onl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 June 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, .THURSDAY; JUNE 24,1897. WILL HAVE NEW JDRY LIST. HEX ATrOIXTED TO CAXVASS IVIIOLE COl'XTY. THE Every Qualified Joror la Jackson County Will Be riaced tpan the Lilt Dead Men nnd Xon- reiidents Eliminated. The county court yesterday appointed twenty-nine men who will make a thorough canvass and secure the name of every qual ified Juror In Jackson county. Then the old Jury wheel, which Is choked up with the names of men who aro dead or have moved away, or who cannot be found, will be cleaned out and a new list of up to date jurors substituted. It may be interesting to know just who are exempt from jury service. The posi tion of jury canvasser Is very Important and full Instructions will be given each canvasser when he reports at the county court next Monday morning. In tho first place. If you are dead or deaf, you don't have to serve on the Jury. Then, If you aro under 21 or over 65 years old you are ex empt. If you have ever been convicted of a felony you a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 June 1897

mttttal &k --' TJMEXL. NO. 15. FRIDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 25, 1897. FRIDAY. PRICE TWO CENT& ke yarn. 4V jL 1 m 3gw Oil VJ MEN DEAD. ' JAMES AX, AGED 100 JOHN xrlBLD, AGED 00. CE HAD REMARKABLE HISTORIES. obey died witiiix a very few hours of each other. For Xearly Fifty Years Mr. Monahan Had Lived at Independence, .While "Uncle Jack" Had Resided In Westport for 44 Tears. The oldest two residents of Jackson county died yesterday. They were James Monahan, of Independence, who celebrated the 100th anniversary of his birth more than three months ago, and "Uncle Jack" Crutchfleld, of Westport, who was 36 years old last May. It Is a. peculiar coincidence that ths oldest men In tho county. If not in this section of the West, should have died on the same day and within two hours and a half of each other. Both Mr. Mona han and Mr. Crutchfleld, in addition to be ing at tho time of their deaths the oldest men in the county, were also two of the oldest In point of residence, both having ...

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