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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 March 1897

8 THE 1L4jStSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY; MARCH 4, 1897. LIVING IN DREAD. That Anxious Feeling of Im pending lianger. - OKE COXTIXLOUS STIUXG OP "WEAK NESS, NERVOUSNESS AXD "WOE. Dr. Crefnt' Xervara Renews Hope and Care Snfferers. Constant dread and oppression arise from a disordered condition of the liver, stomach, and kidneys, caused by weak nerves and impure blood. Nervousness, weak feeling, nausea, vomiting, flatulency, dizziness, weakness, loss of appetite, bad taste Inthe mourn, lever, neaaacm: neuralcla. rheumatism. ail mese spring from Impure Diooa ana weakness of the nerves. Enrich and purify the blood and strensthen and Invigor ate the nerves, and you are im mediately free from these evils. How can you best do these things? Dr. Greene's Xcrvura, the great blood and nerve remedy, will do it better than any thing else in the world. It is the great nerve restorative and blood purifier which newer fails. Thousands have been cured by it. It will cure you speedily and thoroughly. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

Imtrmal lie ito M . VOLUME NO. 268. FRIDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 5, 1897. TWELVE PAGES. FRIDAY. PRICE TWO GENTS. j new phut: -WILLIAM MICIVLEY IXAl'GCRATEB AS CHIEP EXECUTIVE. MOST 1MP0W.CEREM0NIES. WEATHER WA3 IFECT AXD SO SIGX OP A -UTCII. MULTITUDES THE' TO SEE. MOST rERFECT ISA L PARADE EVER SEE.V IV A ' XGTOX. -topresulve Scene In Senate Chamber, Where Vice President Hobart Convened the Xew Senate Mr. Cleveland Off for Xorlh Carolina on a rislilns Trip. "Washington, March 4. It has been a Cay of national acclaim a non-partisan demon stration of 'last proportions, by which the American people, -without regard to section or political alliance, have hailed a new president and -watched the launching of his administration upon known seas. It Is the only day in any president's career -when, from sunshine to the putting out of lights in the inaugural ballroom, there is un broken and enthusiastic celebration by citi zens of every section and every shade of political belief. Before reader...

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. — 5 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOTMjFRIBJlYACR S97. . z widows'- ana orphans -who are the pension ers of -th"eUnIteVj States. DAflcIenry " Surplus. "The government should,, not be per muted to run behind, or increase Its debt. In times like the present. Suitably to provide against business disaster Is the mandate of duty. A deficiency is Inevita ble so Ions c the expenditures of. the government exceed- its- receipts. It can only be met by loans or on increased revenue. "While a large annual surplus of revenue may invite waste and extrav agance,, inadequate revenue, creates dis trust and undermines- public aivj private credit. Neither should b encouraged. Be tween more loans and more revenue, there ought to bo but one opinion; we should liaio more revenue, and that without de lay, hindrance or postponement. A U?i plua in .the treasury created by loans is not a. permanent or safe reliance. It will M'fflcfi while It lasts, but it cannot last long while- the outlays of the government lira greater than...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. oSTe R April 1st Lumber MANUFACTURER Co. WANT PROSPER YOUR i: We will move to 810-812-814 Walnut EHa. street, where we will ooen with a larsre p stock of new goods, consisting of every lYdlowPineLumben thing: m the vehicle line, and especially in TRAPS -AND NOVELTIES of the latest designs. .Before moving we desire to V Mills and Yard, Capacity 3- Ciinesburg, Texas. Dally, 125,000 Feet. nHSSE! close out all the stock t . 0 r,isad r;fferhr 33s Discount GENERAL OFFICE, KANSAS CITY, MO. -Olf- Kansas From our Cash Prices on all such goods. Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co. Yards, 20th and Walnut. Tel. 365. IP 1 V ' H sfrbz2SX!7 ZiV ? ilWPOn v Best of Facilities for Filling j&t7Y Orders Promptly. Afrl '' " 1- jiff J W at 1 . At . -K wt$ .' .40- v ,0 fe1 AC? ,6 99v Ffe 1 .& V i v vy ' S r ' Central Coal and Coke Co. AAA&AAAAAAMM64M At Tb. A TH fl Bk I"B O 4 O General Offices: Keith & Perry Building, Kansas City - Mo. LUMI J. H. Tschud...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. r-i tr- V THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED IS34. The Journal Company Pn'bllTuer. Journal Building, Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION -RATES. Single copies .. ......L.... ..;... .;?' Bunday ...... .. .(. i"t V W -" DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per. week; 3 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Daily and Sunday, 1 year. Dally nnd Sunday, C months Dally nnd Sunday, 3 'months.: Dally and Sunday, 1 month ... 00 ..t-TOO ... 1 to! ... 40 ... 1 00 Sunday only. 1 year.. Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr. CO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office Editorial and Society... City Editor .::-250 Eastern Office ' v-- ...a and CI Tribune Bullllng, New York Chicago Office 1320 Masonlo Temple1 J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Poatofflce at Kapsas-City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Matter. THE "WEATHER. Washington. March i For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; winds be coming northwest. i i. ' . ' For Miss...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

tillT' J.HtT 7TJ- a I . THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. 5 V r STATE WILL HOT MEDDLE. Kansas cm- ivill be allowed to REGULATE ITS LICEXSES. JLIoror Johm Believes Tbnt the Bill Creatine the Office of State Li cense Inspector Will Jfot Become a I. air. The fate of jthe slate license Inspector bill now pending In the Missouri senate has been sealed. In the opinion of Mayor Jones and the members of the committee which visited Jefferson City to -work against the bill. The mayor and other members of the committee returned from the capital yesterday morning. "The bill will never pass," declared the mayor yesterday. "We went to a num ber of Democratic senators who are known to be liberal and broadmlnded men. "We placed the situation before them in a fair. Impartial and non-political aspect and received assurances of the opposition to the bill of at least three senators on the Democratic side. The fifteen Republican senators are opposed to the bill to a man. it requires eighte...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAlTFItlDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. FBiUD MADE EASY. MISSOURI POPOCRATS ARE IX FAVOIl OP CROOKED ELECTIOXS. WANT TWO HOURS' DARKNESS. PASS THE BILL KEEPING POLLS OPEX UNTIL 7 O'CLOCK. Republicans .Made a Strong Fight and Came "Within One Vole of Knork Ide Ont the Inlqullons Meas ure Bourbons Whipped Into Line. Jefferson City, Mo., March i. (Special.) The Demo-Pop majority in the house put ittelf squarely on record this afternoon as in favor of fraud and ballot box stuffing in JCansas City and St. Louis. After halt an nour spent in dlscusslrg senate bill No. 17, amending the. act of May 3L 1S93, creating a board of election commissioners in cities having over 100.000 inhabitants, it -was passed by a vote of 71 yeas to LS nays. The amendments to this act consist of only two words, but they mean a great deal to the friends of honest elections, as -well as to the bosses of the Democratic gangs in Kansas City and St. Louis -who instigate and profit by the stuffing of ballot...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

-r?- THE' KA3sTSAS' CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. K:. i f T A NEW PRESIDENT. Continued From First rase. rommlttco distributed 50.000 national -flags to all on the line of march who would use them In their windows. So great was the demand that there would have been 100,000 used If they had been provided. Upon such a background, each Individual owner bund ed and wrought out such forms of beauty as his enthusiasm and his patriotism sug gested. First was the clean swept floor of the wide avenue, roped In throughout its length, and clear of every object save the lining of police who kept it so. The wide pavements on either side throughout the line of march were packed. Rising above these came the crowds In the show win dows, then the thick ranks of the balcon ies. Every window and cornice had Its full quota of spectators, and so upward to the fringes of men along the edges of the roofs, every available point of observation was not only filled but crowded to its ca pacity. The grea...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

h K I s ! 1.1 i THE KANSASCITY JfOUENAIi. FRIDAY, MRGH-5, 1897. 8, f every wtndowslll, and -where the national colors -werft wanting there were the yellow and black of Russia. the double headed eagle'ot Austria, the red, white and green ot tho Barbary states, and every other national combination that would naturally suggest itselt to the nat uralized population of a most cosmopolitan capital. Tho decorations of-the avenue. In fact, may be divided in sections from the cap ltol to the Washington citadel. The foot of the capitol. uie peace monu ment! that dry rock of statuary that has waited a decade for the Moses' rod of an appropriations committee to turn Into a fountain, had been -surrounded by a neat white picket fence by the'eareful executive committee to prevent the economical pub lic from making a. grandstand out of the granite shoulders of Faith, Hope and Char ity, as they stand on -a tempting eminence from -which to get a-view of the parade. From the summit of the white picket...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

T!gjszs THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. ' IV. -v s V ' I KANSAS EITl KAS. THE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive" prompt attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 33. If I say I can euro your piUpCQ I will do it or forfeit S500. UAHUCn The best sign of a cancer forming is for a small tumor, sore or mole to itch, burn or sting occasionally. Don't wait till it is too late. No knife or caustic used. Advice free. Dr. McLaughlin, 516 Min nesota avenue, Kansas City, Kas. KEELEYInstitutesoVB The only place in Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat aient for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. T ' GUMPIIS KIDNAPED. 'KOU- THIS JtUASOX HE WAS DIS CIIAKfiCD FH03I CCVTODV. $500 REWARD If WAS CHARGED WITH ROBBERY. TAKEX FROJI MISSOURI TO KAXSAS BV FORCE. Judge Aides nic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

"5 j THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. 10 Missouri, Kansas &Texas Trust Co Seventh nd Wyandotte Streett. KANSAS, CtTT. MO. OAKTAU - Sl.S50.000 Ecrphti ana Undivided Profits, $1,150 0J3- X Wall street. New York city. M Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Fa. 0 Washington street. Boston, Mass. Bscdthorcpu 2, Hamburg. Germany. Stngel Z38. Amsterdam. Holland. a Lombard street. London, E. X, En Cland. Dorotheen-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre. Paris. France. Artbur E. BUlwelU President; Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2nd. E. L. Martin; 3d. W. B. Taylor: 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. a. Taylor, Treasurer: Frank B. "Wilcox. Ass t Treasurer: J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary. E. S. Kosher. Ass't Secretary: Trimble Praley, General Attorneys. C D. Fbkscb, President. Est. 1878. W. T. Dillos, Vlco Prest and Secretary. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Privato wlro to Chicago. St. Loui...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

rs -j'Tt- - -'- -'V!fCf yy5 je oi'-r"i:Tt.T; n i fHJ THE KANSAS CTfY ?OUByALKERIE):AYJ MARCH' 5, 1897. -"V. 1 WANTED MALE HEt,r. WANTED An idea. Whocanthlnkofsomo tlmple thine to patent? Protect your ideas: they may bring you wealth. Write John Wedderburn & Co..Dept. E. 2,patent attys.. AVashlngton. D. C. for their $1,600 prize of fer and new Hat of 1.000 Inventions wanted. WANTED Gentleman, with experience, as salesman for city work; good oppor tunity for proper party. Call to-day. 823 N. Y. Life hldg. WANTED Salesmen to carry our lubri cating oils as a side line or exclusively: bis money to hustlers. Austin & McGee, Cleve land. O. WANTED Reliable young man; good salary; steady work. India Tea. Company, E19 Whitney bide. WANTED 2 younfr men; $10 per week; acwh agents. 9 West 5th St.. room 9. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED-Cook; lady; white: appli cants give age, experience and references as to character, ability and wages. Ad dress National Hotel. Falls City, Neb. ESIPLOYMENT A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 March 1897

T 12 THE ;KAFSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 5,1897. 0OM 5SZL TJTJH-Cci 5wvcr"A"viX' &cz&s' to -CCwv-vt.- u 4-9 yf-faisut qrvitvA ? s&rwiJ' Jit, cla.oL -M-C- c 'vrys' OFFICERS: J. K. Burnham, DIREPTrmsj.f r . I - -- . r , r s 0. TV. E. Hall, W. C. Glass. (fipS! Uti- CyCLZKAJj?CtAAMV President. . George P. Gates, First Vice Pres. C. S. Morev. C. A. PtiRsIey, M. L. McElroy, I -.i.n i w Frank Haperman, fb Walton II. Holmes, T George P. Gates. Second Vice Pres, J. G. Strean. Cashier. Mm o :;'ri." r W. B. Clarke. WM L. Gaines, Asat. Cashier. - o. iv. uurnnam, O C. S. Morey. eusier liners, Xi. R. Smith, J. G. Strean, Cashier, Capital, $500,000.00 r. ffl or.-' --25.7 .tam ffi 'M im3zzz-z niMim sw t6 iwj imsi&. toKWd. w. i mMB&AWw in r - OraKs.Kai&S imflzmmlMM u-c cck V7 'MUV t' I NMragflm jNMhss f kh -WL. J"ffi lWffl I IMMffi. w r S lUlFSraWMMWF I ill .l 1 s. -v t r. xijrf uiisjunt ,ir jirfjmrMnm iiiiiiunuirLvutiuuin'jiii - , Mot-ar- pitfzrjsBKi lHnnifAwSSiMKtiTu k?...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

SSSSS RpiTi!' .y.Jfiifff i Jtomml , v TQLTBIE NO; 269. SAXHR0AY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 6, 1897; TEN PAGES. SATURDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. 2foti& IE JP I rv t- GBEEKS WILL FIGHT. SO SIG.Y THAT THEY WILL HEED THE POWERS' DEMANDS. KING GEORGE INTERVIEWED. SAYS AUTONOMY FOR CRETE IS OCT OP THE QUESTION-. Greek Ci ,i General lnLondon Sara TJie S-gVot the Least Probn CsSTnat Greece -Win Sg. Id Time la Up C3W Sunday. LendOE 3 5. It Is generally believed here tha 32 $ between Greece and Tur key is It . The decision of Greece to doty tt s Is confirmed on all sides. . It Is cent tit In England that the- I dispatch L.bncdcy a hundred Liberal end ' Irish' national members o the house of " commons, "which was sent last evening to the king of Greece, expressing sympathy with his efforts and the efforts of the Greek nation and government in behalf of Crete, was a great mistake, and that It will only mislead the king and nation into the belief that Great Britain will not join the other powers In coerc...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

'J',9!4"'i--Swr. ..,; -i iy.-- -. ;f-;- '-v?ffg. i aTMSIS!SHSHSHRH "s?- :"? 3rJXv ", pf ' it r .THE K&NTSAS' CITY JOTTCNAI,, SATURDAY, MACH 6, 1897. r delayed rom"five -to ;frrelvB-"hours -a the result of "washouts. Mall matter due Thursday night and Friday morning; from. ouiEiae points naa not' oeen rcceiveu at noon to-day. The western suburbs "were partially In undated by the severest noods experienced In thirty years. Acres of ground -were gnbumeedy houses-undermined,- -property- destroyed, ana. residents placed 'in tempo rary fear of- their lives. From .the north to the south' across the western" city "lim its the. .waters, covered the .lowlands Jn many Instances families round themselves, hemmed In so that It was necessary to await rescue-.from neighbors on higher ground. Policemen on horseback released many from their waterbound prisons. Great damage was done to railroad prop erty and the plants of the fire brick comr parries In the southwest portion of the city, where acr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

;?3- Stp&'v .THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. MARCH- 6, 1897 3- .- ww3- . HEWS INSOLENCE. PRESUMES TO INSTRUCT THE su preme COURT. SETS HIMSELF UP AS DICTATOR. JG.tORES COURT DECISIONS AND OR DERS SEW ONES. Holds Himself Superior to the Execu tive Council Supreme Court Re sents the Impudent Ammump- ' tion of .Authority Most Emphatically. ' , Topeka. Kas., March E Special.) A few day3 -since the supreme court denied an injunction which haa been asked for by the attorney general to prohibit the auditor and treasurer from paying J. K. Hudson the money which he had earned as state printer.' To understand fully what is to follow It should be remembered that the supreme court abou a year ago rendered a de cision denying tho claim of E.-IL Snow to " the office of state printer and affirming the . title of J. K. Hudson. A few weeks ago r , Judge Hazen, of the Shawnee county dls . trict courts-issued an Injunction against the i scstfe officers on the plea that they were about to recogn...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. MARCH 6,1897. - 4 iTHE KANSAS, CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S54. The Journal Company, PnulUher. lonrsal Balldln-;, Tenth nnd "Wnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION' KATES. Single copies 2c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. JO cents per -peck; 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday. 1 year. H 00 Dally and Sunday. 6 months - 00 Daily and Sunday, 3 months -1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month Sunday only, 1 year. 1 0 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr. 5C TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 2M Editorial and Society v1837 City Editor K Eastern Office ...51 and 22 Tribune Bull line. Veyr York Chicago Office J220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered ai the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo as Second Class Mall Matter. THE WEATHER. "Washington. March 5. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory Fair, cooler; north to east winds. For Missouri Generally fair and colder; north -winds. For Kansas Colder; fair; northeast winds. " I T"p) S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY.-MARCH 6, 1897. r. A dangerous march. has been the experience of every vet eran. But many a man who has walked out of the war, thinking the days of the dangerous "march were over, has found a more dangerous March "before him with every season. And many a- veteran, who escaped the sfab of the bayonet has gone down A before the keen March wind. For all alike, March, with its wild, and windy prelude of the spring is the most trying month of the year. " Peace hath her victories " and her veterans. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the veteran sarsaparilla, has strengthened armies of men and women for the dangerous March. The soldiers who fall by the wayside on the march, like the men and women that droop and every year, are those that are down. Ayer's Sarsaparilla builds up the body, purifies the enfeebled person to puts upon the system, spring months are the should be purified, the gross heavy clothing, rich food, purged away, and the sys strain and stress of summe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

ft5-- THE TEAKSAS CITY JOUENAE. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 0897.. A THESE WITH GOOD ffiGS. OUTRAX A .GROCER, A POUCESIAN AND SEVERAL CITIZEN'S. Then a Cleric Mounted a Home and Galloped Madly After Illm Fit e Wblzzlnfrf Bullets Fniled to ClfecU Him. Dripping with perspiration and breathing like the exhaust of a steam tuff. Officer W. X Clark led a meek and lowly colored thief, who gave his name as William Stark, into the Grand avenue police station yes terday and locked him in a celL Then he sank down Into a chair and told between breaths the story of an exciting chase. "I (whew!) nearly ran (puff!) my legs (puff! puff!) off after that (whew!) fellow. He motes like a (puff!) streak of greased (puff!) lightning." The story commences at i o'clock yester day afternoon, while Albert Durkhart, a grocer at Twentieth and Olive streets, was talking with his family in his home In the rear of the building in which his store is situated; he heard the bell on his cash drawer ring, and rushed into his s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

!v 1 MM O-DAY 'twill be just three years since our doors were .thrown open for business. Three memorable years of push and pluck and significant progress. From a small be- 3 , I ginning, behold what we accomplished! There's no disputing our rank in the clothing world of Kansas City foremost fn fashionable attire; foremost in aggregation E3 . " of stylish and serviceable merchandise;! foremost in low prices. We carry the goods the people want; correct in siyle, make and-finish, and our low prices have sold 5 H them. Our clerks are one and all-competent to see that our patrons are properly fitted. We are constantly vigilant to see that those who honor us with their presence are r treated with the courtesy due to invited guests and are not importuned to buy. Here no man has to fight his way out. That is business as we understand it, as we practice it. 2 r And it is by adhering closely to these lines that we have achieved our present eminent position in, the mercantile world. 2 To fitti...

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