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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

VOL. XL. NO. MAY Gift WHEAT. BO THINKS TUP. Vvr MILLER IN thi: cP o. WASHBURN ON THE OUTLOOK. Minneapolis miller nisctssBs THIS GHVIN OLTLOOIC. Hr Think Tlint If the Forelwn De mand Proves Lrcltliiinte Then Prices liny Keep on Sonr Inc Crop Prospects In the Northwest. Jjhn Washburn, of the Wafdiburn-Croby B U of MlniMMpnli. the largest flouring null in the wortd, was In Kansas City yes terday There Is a chance for dollar wheat," t H Mr Washburn to a reporter for The Journal. 'If the nnent foreign demand is legitimate and the foreigners keep buying as t! ej have for the last two week". Hut If the foretRncrs should top buying we w lid see very much lower prices. It all Ucrcnds upon the foreign buying. I think It is very pralaiMe. judging from the way I rcigners lwve been buying wheat the last two or three week, that the demand may continue Mr AV ashburn's mills grind 20 WO barrels of flour per day. lie says they buy only fcr present need, and are not speculating or the market. The flo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

or HE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. 1897. a NO NEW LAI NEEDED KIM"lt; TTITEN AMPI.I! FOR rmiTi:iTin of miipi'uks. MR. TURNER REITERATES IT. an iteiietim; letter 'io Mix tion ueoh-k cviii-hell. oecrrmrj of the I'opiilll Rnllronil Itonril of Kansu Otic tin- Mm- I mu in I'rcislit nntl Special rlnii Crowd Another rlfpe Jolt. iwrgo. Kas.. Aug. U. (SpeclaL) Some t r- .?o The Journal printed an inter lew n R W. Turner, secretary of the board n laliroai cra!it'mrs. which Knoekcd the uir.d oat ef the contention of the Popu- statesman that the board had no t wrr .nder the present law to tnforce an cr - r-tluchig freight ratty, ami that t - the legislature should irnss a x.mjm fr-hrht rate law. State Sena GetTte I'aroplioli, of Ialtette t-ounty. me somewhat excited our the matter. " a rank maximum freight taler. and rr talk did not suit 1dm. So lie :-p Turner a. b-ttt-r demanding an ex- V 1 T sv- 1 a on a to why the interview was K -r- nd what he meant by attempting l c .rihrow Popu...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

ljik KANSAS CTiiY JQUEKAL,SATIJEDAY, AUGUST U, 1897. 3 BOTLE IN THE GASL HI HtLSBL tJASSTrtttir&VS. at asHHaa.ars, . knar 1 11 "" .;'1 ' ' 'v rtlj ttpwlp Whb4i faftlBk InMa aaxaa If s'wlSSTSrS 7 5 : twx laa Mar i4fca mmttmtm mt niii ta ( i KfcRKET ISAYBE STOCKED. A4 Vk-a, air X.K. . tt It t. Xi A - ii rai I t .. a k -a .xa-ai at a -.t. . , taart lat w4 kal rVi.4 tW ' Kia 'lr lii'V I M km tvViti. Ta ! i ta ' t r -r"l " aaal tlanr aaar wat aMr Wiav --- him rr karal ai in.n aaaaraa - jK aMa aaaaa tkva- ama ar '. - (. a ta aaTaaaataar Ta . laat . , r- -arr 4 ia ai maaiiaai ar 4 aaili 1 1 p airr T"" ' It taacM laaa r Tkc imttaa K- ? v raa an U4r to-ajaia I w. aa4 - - Maa. atMaaVf liar tvx w faaaaat w- atartM -l . Vw arhalH-r ar rj-- w aaariX H -.4 n4 tv n nari r llaa i alt ta aatkirr rtt TRANSCONTINENTAL SAVAGE. NxlVrni rarlSc Ua r.craj Raadi ta tarrj 3S raaadi a Itarfc TtcUcl. t VV tv Am U-ft a taaar Haw ta RfVn rcc a Vecaj trtiiMC t havr f"" rc4 ft the HKm laocagrr An-a-c.Kn farrjr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14,1897. fts Kansas itg wrral. Established 1854. THE JOLHXAL COMPANY, TablUlirr. Rldto Building-. Ninth, and Grand Avenue. subscription Itatesi By carrier. Dally a.-.d Sunday, 1 cenU per week; S cents per month. . By mall. Dally and Sunday, one month. 40 cents three months, Jl; el month. J?; one year. JL Single copies. 2 cents. Dally; S cents Sun- 1 lie Weekly Journal and A;rlcultnrlst PuU.shed Thursday. "" Per year' Telephone. nulnea Office, SO; Edi torial Rooms, til; Kansas City. Has., W- Foreign Advrl.lKi Tbe J. E. Van iKren Kp-al Ageni-y. with otfls U I jEor.lq Temple, Chicago, and tt-33 Tribune JVScing New York, ote r;flt far foreign Jvertllrg Kr UtrcA at the rorffl' t Kansas City, tr, rt !xJ mall matter. Wenlbrr Vnrrt tor Mlnrdny. Ww' ;reiofl, Aue. tt-Wthr isr" ff.r KtJi'Jiy , J-Y.r Ok'afcotM Bd TiHn Territory Tr.rrMrg weatbw; Mt to'-al bwr iWuiSay afternoon; roHlhest wind. !" f Missouri-Fair, preyed ' korr in northern portion, probMy ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

3 THE KANSAS CITY JOURVL, SATURDAY. AUGUST 14,1897- EASYYICTORYFORTHEBLUES. Tim smv nioM michikax iinrn.vT- ED II V A "COHH OK II TO S. Pardee ritrlies KoihI Ilnll nml Is Clirn Fine nppirt Hxretit In One In- nlns Tim O'llnurke linn a firrnt Day nt Hat. A time honored superstition was exploded ojt at Exposition park yesterday. The Vesiern League's tail-enderg returned from o. tr'p en Friday, Thleh Tell on the 11th of the month, and on a same of baseball from Kobert Graves' assorted repreenta tiea of the quick and the dead with no ap parent difficulty. The wore was 11 to 5. Fur two brief Inn ii.ks lh eavernuus lunKed MlchlEanee vhone In the somber rHgiilU of danijtrous fnctors. Four hits -"tippkmented bv an t iror from O Rourke, lotted three runs In i he second round of ri.iulit. and It looked .is thouKh tho hoodoo had clamped Its ten tacles a notch tighter on the ancient superstition. Hut the fourth Inning was turnid Into a travesty on tho national pastime by the visiting sons of sor...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1897. 6 S. J. FIRHUOHt President W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS TanT Directors : Sidney McWllllams. TV. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap rell 1 Alex Gebhart. M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig. Gee. Holmes S. J. Fltzhugh, W. H. Seeger. II. C SchwltzgebeL Hissouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Setenth and Wyandotte Streets. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - ffil.S50.000 Surplus and Undltlded Profits. $1,160,000. Z Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street. rhllatllphla. Pa. 1J Washington street. Bosaon. Mass. Sandthorqula 2. Hamburg. Germany. Sir.gcl 223. Amsterdam. Holland. SI Lombard street. London, L. C, En eland. Dorotheen-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. 15 Hue du Louvre. Paris. Krince. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents; 1st, J. McD. Trimble: 2d. L. L. Martin: 3d, W. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. . Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank It. W ilcox. Ass t Treasurer. J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secreta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1-1, 1897. WHEREDOCTORSAREDIYIDED !rnm, or police si rgi:o hide. i ii:mh:u, i iiegi v Xearly Tlilrt) Plijslclnns Summoned, but Only H Portion of the Tes timony Whs Ilrnrd Yrs Icrdn). T-e trial of Police SHrge-on II. C. II) de sj-io- the charge of crult in the trat me of Annie. Clements, a joung colorce' Roman who had attempted sirtclde. u 1. tr.n bv the police board at 2 M o'clock j nia afternoon After hearing the :- mo. of a large nnaliT of witnesses. tl board adjourned the trial until next I'ri dv afternoon at Z o'clock. The accu-ation against the polke surgeon, who is under r -sponsion. Is that he applied oil of rn'i---tart to a portion of the woman s liodv wt-ile she was under treatment for mor ptuno pol-oning at polue headquarter'.and that ho asaiulted and leat her when she complained of the pain caused ly the ap plltation of the oil. Nearly thirty of the leading physicians of the city were ul joenaed an 1 about twenty of them ap Ieared...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 August 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SATURDAY. AUGUST 14,1897. 8 ANOTHER SHY AT THE OLEO. STATE AGENT III, VNTOV CAtSES TWO 1IOKE ARIlESre. ThU Time He A 111 Hare the AaIt- ouce of I'runerutor lAiwe and Counts on !c(tluK lie a Kor- mltlalile Precedent. Eia'e Agent Blanton ha made another tZjrt to suppre iolattns of the oleo ir rgarine law In Kansas City, and jester dai before Justice Spitz, made complaint BKainst John Marttguonl, proprietor of a r urant at M Union avenue, and John Jr- cr a teamrter. Martlguooi is charged T .11) serving butterine, or a colored lmita t - of butter, to his patron without corn r re with tne ftate law, which require t at a slam fchall be dispkoeel In a con s'. Jous place when butterine U so'd or i nd and that the imitation rauet not bt co.orcd or made to appear that it Is other lj-;n It iif Irving is charged with trans pcrt.ns the butterine from one place to Brother whhh U alto an offense against t' c law The) were arretted and cave l.jli for (heir appearand: Mondi) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

Jfntmmi '& B-A. -A .! , L ,, A A ? IS'n Hitm viw TiS uL4 ULe4 $M ir . Jl 1 II. 7 111. 7 4 3 mf VV V X' XT Xy w sy 'iiy VOLUME 2-5 NO. 60. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, AUGUST 15, 1897 TWELVE PAGES. SUInDAY. PRICE FIVE EXTS. ilf t."? i"s XT TV MlllMElU lfSTI rARK Knrhi:ns in: u " n:n, imki: pnirti. (3 v. OVERWHELMINGLY FOR PARKS. this avis tiii: feeling AT I.VST Misin-" meeting. Each sdr Rhrn on Hour In Which to Present Il Irganirntii nnil 'I he) rr Melt Iscd Speeches of Cul. Mnnr, Mr. Knrncs II nil Others. The friends of parks ami the nark knock ers were heard lt night In he loner house council chamber by the committee of that houn on public buildings public grounds and park, to which the Morrison ordinanco reeling the North Terrace I ark ordinance was referred. The meeting was called by Councilman Burrow", chair man of the committee. In order that the members of the committee might Income conversant with tho arguments for and against the North Terrace park. Notwith standing tho fact tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15. 1897. MINERS ARE WAITING VIM. DO NOTHING PENDING THE IN JLNCTIOV HEUtlM.. GREAT INTEREST IN RESULT. prominent i.iio i.i:iii:ks to at- TEND THE HE HUM.. President Hntoliford Confident of the Iltinuili- Ictors of the strikers Deputies stopped Vttempts " l Murchliiic Nestrrcla) nutlicr tlnsli. I iiisburg. Pa.. Aug. 11. For the next two djvt. the ejes. of the Industrial world will b turned toward Fitfburg. The greatest arxiety villi prevail until Mondiv. when lha Injunction proceedings against th nun bins miners will ! finall) hearJ Tfat there N much Interest in the 'itua Uo Is evidenced b) the presence here of a number of the foremost lalwr Itaders in the countrj. Michael D. Hatchford. nation al president of the United Mine Workers of Amerita. Samuel Oompen-. president of the American Federation of Lalior. and Jame. R Sovereign, general master workman of th Knights of I.abor arrived here this afltrnoon and will remain a few dajs While thej ar...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15,1897. SHOWS A TREMENDORDS GAIN OOCXTY ACCOUNTANT EPPSTEIX'i J1KPOUT IS A IIL'MMBR.- In Mr Month $8I,24 More TVa. Col lectrd Than for the Correspond ing I'erlod taint Year FIk nre In Detail. County Accountant Samuel Eppsteln haa completed his report, which will be iub mitted to the county court to-morrow. It rhows that JS1.244.45 more money was col lected by the county accountant during the Fix months from January 15 to August 13, Mi, than for the name period of latt year. The qflWrs making returns rtp the county accountant are the samo with two excep tions, the county marshal and the sheriff. The county marshal's account shows a Kaln to the county of J3,77l0 for the last six months, the same average number of prisoners having been In the custody of the marshal. The sheriff's office shows a. caln of Jl.557.0) during the regime of Sher iff Stone, to which is to be added J2.073.3S paid by ex-Sheriff O'Neill to the county accountant. The showin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AUGUST li,1897. She Cansa5 itw $mxxnu. Established 1S.'4. Tlin JOURNAIi COMPANY, Pnbllsner. Rlclto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Rates: By carrier. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 15 cents per month. By mail. Dally and Sunday, one month. 4) cents: three months. Jl; six months. 2; one year. it. S.cgle copies. 2 cents. Dally; 5 cent3 Sun day TbeWerklr Journal and ARrlcnltnrlst P-.'-Ihed Thursdays. 50 cents per year. Tcleplionesi Business Office. 2M; Edi torial Booms. 2: Kansas City. Kas., . 23. I'orelicn Atlvertlslnct The J. E. Van Pcren Special Agency, with offices 1220 Ma rztt? Temple. Chicago, and 31-22 Tribune B".dirs. New York, sole agent for foreign advertising: Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, Missouri, as second class mall matter. "XVcntlicr Forecast for Sunday. Washington. Abj. H.-For Oklahoma, and Indian Territory: Generally fair; variable wtr. Is, becoming northwest. For Missouri: Fair: slightly cooler; northwe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15,1897- DETROIT WINS THE SECOND. 3IKNEFi:n-S 1OKK 1 LEFT TIIK OUT REDnKJIIVG FGITIRF. Ilodi Trunin Pat Ip Indifferent Hull Abbey I'llrliri a C.ooil Gsrae lu pots Two lioinn to He I'lnjrd Tlilnlfternoou. Tak either the third or the sixth inning out of jesterdav's, same and victory would have re- " with the Blues As there is no rule under the pres ent agreement, hovi eer, that iermlts the home team to shuffle the lnnlnss s-o as to juggle a victory out of defeat the ........ .ttl haA In r I ' Tl stand 10 to 6 in favor 1 l l'"l nf n.iroit I I 'l It was one of thoe -W At v I game In which Uert Vy ji vAVJ I Abbey pitched two Vrf VCW (I t ,.,. Loll trnnA filllun vi ra. r and bad. In five In nings he did not al low a hit. The third inning- saw die hits put four runs across the plate, while in the sixth six hits, smuggled l-etween miopia) s, netted five rune. A threebagger .mrt an outfield out gave a run in the second . .. The Blues might have scored ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15, 1897. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Lady Undertaker for Ladies' and Children's Funerals. Cor. State l.lut ami a. II'. JJ'r'it. Trt 24SO. SEND TOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Ccrner Fltih street and Slate avenue. No de structive machinery used. Tel Went S3, rEELEY Institute fSSSF,.: 3 he only place In Kansas where the urnuine Kceiey iiemcaies ana .treat ment for Alcohol nnd Narcotic Addiction are administered. Address as above. IS NOT YET SETTLED. oppo.m:vi's ii' iti:v. w. e. jon.tso.t hope still to oust him. VOTE CALLED THIS MORNING. qi bstion is miai.i. Tin:iti: m: a. AiiiirritATiii. committee? Proposed to l.cntc Ml Mntti-rs in Ills- pnte In Such n Committee. Which Would Apparently Itropcn i nse Members Asked to l)ii Tlirlr Duly. It appears that the contention In the C trnl Christian church still exist. The n: trr was thought to have lieen salls-f.ietorllj- adiustcd some time ago. but It develops that the mcmliers of the church wl;; . ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

LHCa-I-AS Wi '",' -j' THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15,1897. Y CLOTHES MAKE MUCH NOISE. !l'MMi:il VOI (i JIAV IS FEAnPl'U.Y AM) HUII1UI1I.V AltllAYHD. Bblrla Arc of Wild, Wrird Shades inil a'trlblns; Combinations Mneb. .. AVornc I Promised njr the , Dealer. In Fall Style. From the OhieaKO Chronicle. Teople standing In Jlonroe street, be tween Dearborn and State streets, one day last week heard a louu and fierce" nole coming around the corner, hut they did not turn their head!-, because they ere used to it. It wax a mixture of a far. a rumble, a yelp and a yowl, but llwas only one of our summer young men nmnt erlnr alonK and arrajed for conquest His garments were doing the shouting. They could not be suppressed. The fathers of our preat-srandfathers wore birds of pay plumage. In silk? nnd laces, with ruffles at wrist and throat pearl sray stockings and pink shoes, small sword at side and cocked hat on head, they rustled It bravely, but In those days srentlemen were supposed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AUGUST 15, 1897. JrV- Mrk m v". LJL LsCT" Jm I It jou wish to be comme il faut, jou must site a bicycle tea. cr at least a bl ccle luncheon. A tea Is better, as jou can entertain a large number of friends at comparatively slight expense. Besides, a. "blade tea" implies an Informal dress, and that charm alone will insure the pres ence of many men who usually avoid the etiffness of a reception. Decorate your house with field (loners daisies, sweet peas or goldenrod, should you decide upon the late summer as the most convenient time to receive jour friends. Be sure to inite a number of joung people to receive with jou. for with out them your reception, no matter how elaborately planned, will fall flat. The tea table will naturally be the cen ter of attraction, so give it in charge of a hrlgSf. capable girl, with quick eyes and a "male-you-feel-at-home" manner. For a simple affair serve Ice tea, chocolate and lemonade, lettuce sandwiches, wafers, din ner...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

?Sv35 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, STjkPAY AUGUST 15, 1897. 9 In. Covert. "Written for The Kansas City Journal. O. subtle valley, slipping In between Tba shoulders of (Treat, sentinel hilt. With smuggled silk of rainbow-blossom sheen And contraband of Jeweled rills. We welcome jou behind tho pine-plumed ranks. You barter beauty for our thanks. Dear lake-eyed valley, we will hide you here. , The mountains will not turn to look, Kair fugitive, through hood of mist out- peer. And laugh !n every dimpled nook. And If you feel sometimes a timid mood, Wc II wrap you in our gratitude. RUBY ARCHER. Green Mountain Falls, Col. "Who have the hardest time of It, men or women?" This question was thrown llk a bomb Into the conversational circle of a summer hotol lawn the other day, and in half a. minute the people had gathered themselves In battle array. There were three sides taken; those who thought worn iui the martyr, those who begged that hon or for men, and the miserable but ever safe mugwump, w...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15, 1897. 10 S. J. FlTZHUGH. President W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS nirartni-c- Sidney SlcWilllams, W.N. Moore, Stuart Carkener, Phil E. Chap UireCtOrS : p",j rAlcx Gebnart. M. V. YVatson. H. P Wright. Fred Huttlg. Geo. tini.. s J Fltzhugh. W. H. Seecer. II. C Schw itzcebel. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTmstCo. Suenth end W)indctte Struts, KANSAS CITY. MO Capital - si.eso.ooo Surrlus and Undltlded Profits. $1,180,000. r ail street New York cit) 4 ) Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Fa. It) Washington street. Boston. Mass. S. ndlhorqula 2. Hamburg. Germany. Kirccl 22S. Amsterdam Holland 31 Lombard street, London, i. C. .n Clnnd crothcen-Rtrae 51 Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre Paris. France. Arthur K Stllwell President. Y ice Presl. dent 1st. J McD. Trimble; 2d, E. L. Martin 3d S Taylor. 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus Arthur C Iloblnson. Secretary; W. S. Taj lor Treasurer Frank 11 Wilcox. Ass t Timh'w J J Calrnes. Ass't Secretary. U 8 Moher Ass't Secretarj. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

-v. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 15,1897. 11 WAXTCD- MALE HELP. W ANTED Th" la'Kes-t and oldest syrup ri.i-i of Chicago dfslres throe rellabl' -..i. l-inrn for Misi-ouri. Kansas and f'kl-i.ma. good Kill be shipped from X -.1- ciiv. unquestioned refercnets with I ' t'oi.. v.ij.- tf-rtrs, hales, etc.. or no 'i -Mil will he given Address Syrup Rr f . P ii. box 43. knurls City. Mo. WASTHD-An Idea Wno can think ot ome simple thine to patent? Protect your ISei they may bring you wealth. Write Job-. Wedderburr. A Co Dept. E. 2. pat ent attys.. Washington. D. C. for their 11 0 prize offer and new list of 1.000 In verness wanted W ANTED A star in ami cigar salesman tiai.r.p an -stablislied trade in Southeast I. na ind Indian Territory. Must have r-'t. r-ofd. H. C. richer. ChK-ago. V. ANTED-Salesman. $3 a day. No can v -- rn No deliries. No collections. B , j.f fr.v. Side line or exclusive. Mfrs.. SPr J..rk ftreet. Philadelphia, i X--1-lr. -...... ... t... innAn IA tr4.Al 'in aid e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 August 1897

V THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1897. 12 v AGHATWITHABKELL KIMI OF" THE KLOMUKC TAIJCS A110UT HIS CI.UM. HIS ALASKAN EXPEDITION. COVT II I. II ? 111,000 An Iin GOT JfOTlI. 1U OIT OF IT. Bltr nr From IVouId-Be Forlnne- nLrn-Tno Ilunilrrd 'Women Who Want to (io to the Klondike V AVliInky clirnic. New Yrk. Ahst. II New York has the K ondiLe KM feter. Et erj one Is talking of A .eska. mnd Its rain?, and thrc vlll c a Ij: emUrraUOH item here to the cold fields . t1 M rlosr. The extent of the craze Is in: InconorfvaWe. The people are ready tD ieie auytttfcir;. ami to linest In nn t t, h h bears tlve title of Alaskan Bold. T u the cae with borne apparently c j 'ialed bun men. Already a liura I - . one-Ailtar-M-i'hare companies with a f - n k wlue of mllMofw of dollar hue lined, and the liwlkmlojm are that - :ll be rimtUr enterprfeeK fctarted In t c ' !. r cities of the United Htaten lie. ' -r .Htu; I had a that to-day with Mr. " . J Arkeil. Un- HrieUr of Frank I,ex . .-. 'VW-...

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