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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 2,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S34. The Journal Company, PnTillubcrn. Jonrii.il Building, Tenth nnil Wnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies 2c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dailj and Sunday. 10 cnts per week; iZ cents i cr month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dallr and Sunday, one year $4 00 Dallv .ind Sundaj, G months -GO Dally and Sunday. 3 months 1 00 Daily and Sundaj. 1 month 40 Sunday only, 1 jcar t 10) Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 jr ZO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Ofllce 230 Editorial and Society 1S37 Cltj Editor Sli Eastern Office 31 rnd 22 Tribune Building. New York Chicago Office . 120 Masonic Temple J. E Van Dorcn, Special Agencj-. Entered at the Pcstoffice at Kansas City, Mo . as Second Clas Mail Matter. THE YVEYTIIER. Washington. May 1. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory. 1'air, warmer, south v imis For Kansas: Fair- south -wind'. For MiR'-ocri Tair; warmer; north nlnds, becoming south. I.YXCII LYYV .fND FOl'MJSU. H...

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. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 2 1S97. l. - Uv rzr n r TwFrrO - H-u fl sS vav'rA" ..V.VM." 1 I ri t ov i ii' cr-j . ' i t.i x k- i Ind. Col. St. P. riinn. Det. K. C. Mil. Q. R. Won Lost PerCent.. YON THE GAME IN A WALK. MINNEAPOLIS MILLUHN II WD LIT. TLU TROUBLE WITH THE BLUES. The Knnsns CIt Team Una Whnt la Culled In llasclmll Pnrlnncc "an Off Da' Lake Makes Cost- I Erron Oilier Games. Minneapolis, Minn. May 1. (Special.) Minneapolis' fans received tlie Millers with wide-open arms to-dav. and D.OOO ot them cheered tho cbamplons on to victory in a one-sided game with Manning's warriors fiorc Kansas City. It was the opening of th season here, and the parade, without which such an occasion would be Incom plete, was participated in by tho Blues and the Millers, city olllcials, twenty carriages of the fans of proper degree and a band. Maor Prattls pitching arm was out o condition and he refused to go Into the bos., and this part ot the programme had to b omitted. 1 litre was a co...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 2,1897. A RAGE OF MODERN DIANAS. PHYSICAL CULTCnC IS MAKING A SPLCVDID TVPE OV VOJIAMIOOD. !fhe Illcyclc, Calisthenics and Gym nastic i:rercles Arc ImproTlns the Health and Physical Deanty of "Women. ,,The chlllzed nation., of the earth are building up a splendid type of womanhood. In ail the larue cities In the United States and In foreign Hnds the fair sex has taken! to athletic and omnastic exercises, and tho result is seen in an im protement in the female form and health. AVasp-llke viaists and pallid cheeks are not as common a& a few jears ago among -women, and tho joung girls of to day are not subject to the seere discip line In the domestic circlo that prevailed uhen their mothers were In bhort dresses. Forms that resemble those of Diana, Ve rus and Juno are possessed by thousands of maids and matrons. Tho athletic girl, whether she bo of tho summer or mid winter matinee ariety, walks with head erect and a free jet graceful stride that...

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. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 2, 1897. KANSAS CITl MS. THE Branch Office of The Jour nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will re ceive prompt attention. Any com plaints as to the delivery 01 the pa per will be speedily remedied if no tice is Riven. Telephone West 23. SEALED PROPOSALS from resident contractors will be received at the office of the Board of Education, corner Seventh street and Ann ave nue, Kansas City, Kas., until 12 o'clock noon, May 3, 1897, for an addition to and altera tions in the Morse school building in Armourdale, Kan sas City, Kas. W. E. Barnhart, President. M. G. Jones, Clerk. InntWiifn Portsmouth Bids.. InSTITIITfi Kansas City. Kas.. The only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keelev Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licenced Lady Undertaker for Ladles' and Lhlldrrn'i Fnnral. Tel. 2430. POLICY ONCE MORE. GAMDLING EVIL FLO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 2. 1897. faffWtfBMERSg KgEBtfHgMERSK Dress Goods avaluef And less. All Xorclty Dress Patterns novelties by the yard, cliolcc fabrics alt stylish and dcsinible cut.and cut deep. Study the -price list: S1.25 and S1.00 7E" Imported Dress Goods IjC cilccks' t'n for J'v sej epjngjeSi silk and wool suitings, all our own ex clusive fancies. $1.00 and 75c f Imported tuft Dress Goods fj lQ ed silk and wool for fancies, place Bourettcs, mixed coverts, 4broken checks, waffle checks and mixed Uen palines. 75c and 50c rj f All wool Scotch Dress Goods J J"J C. cheviots, silk and for wool checks and stripes, imported mixtures and fancy suiting's. 50c and 40c Q n Silk and wool Dress Goods r C checks stripes, for wmixtures,all wool suitings and Mohair fancies. $10 and $12.50 Novelty Dress Patterns for $5-00 $15 and $18 Novelty Dress Patterns for. 7-5 $20 and $22.50 Novelty Dress Patterns for 10.00 Urn $1.25 Gowns for 79c. Skirts drawers and chemises embroidery tr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITS' JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 18iv JUST 40 YEARS AGO.j justice case recounts early kassjls city iiistorv. VICISSITUDES OF THE PIONEERS WILD AXD WOOLLY TIMES IS THE DAYS OP 1S37. The Searct Jlnllrond Then TVm nt Jefferson CItj Hovr ItlTnl Towns Illillcnleil the Hills nnd Hol lows Tlint EnibelHlied the Townslte. "Just forty years ago to-day I landed In Kansas City," said Justice Theodore S. Cae yesterday, as he finished writing a -crdlct across the last case on his day's docket and gazed absently out o the court room windows to the tall brick walls of the Exchange building. He was oblivious of the loolc of exulta.ion that was illy con cealed upon the faces of a lawyer and his client as they left the court room behind a disgruntled complaining witness. Ilia mind had evidently reverted to scenes far re moved from a court room. Possibly he was again standing on the leves of a frontier town, gazing over a few stores and ware houses to the high rolling hills behind them, on whic...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUJN .DAY, MAY 2,1897. 10 HOME fCgAfcXMCNT The now Orpheus male quartette will sine at tho Cathedral this morning. Sirs. W. J. Anderson will entertain the Tuesday Morning Study Class at breakfast on Triday, May 7. Sirs. W. Kwlng will entertain at 1 o'clock luncheon next Tuesday. In honor of Mrs. "William. A. Wilson and her guests. Mrs., Charles Worthara and Miss Barrett. Mrs. Edivqr4 George has issued Invita tions for n. reception on Thursdaj. Hay G. at her residence. 223 West Sixteenth street. r , Hours from 2 to C Miss Jacobs card is en- !1 nine a.? Mrs. John Stilwcll Stocton. of Kansas Cltj, Kas., has out imitations for nn In formal afternoon. In compliment to Mrs. J. D. Parker, of San Diego. Cal. Sirs. Henry Mitchell Downs' card Is enclosed. Mr. and'Mrs. S. N. Simpson, of 73S Grand view uvenue. Kansas City. Kas:.. have Is sued Inv nations to the marriage of their daughter Nelllo to Mr. William A. Acken hausen, which 'will take place at their res idence o...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 2, 1897. 11 The Ilelnrn of Spring. Have I passed through death's unconscious birth In a dream the midnight bare? I look on another and fairer earth, 1 breathe a. wondrous air! A spirit of beauty walks the hills, A spirit ot loe the plain. The shadows are bright and the sunshine fills The air with a diamond rain! Before my -vision the dories swim. To the dance of a tune unheard; Is an angel slngirg where woods are dim. Or ib it an amorous bird? Is it a spike of azure flowers. Deep in the meadows seen. Or is it the peacock's neck, that towers. Out of the spangled green? Is a white dovo glancing across the blue. Or an opal taking w lng? ,.... . For my soul Is dizzied through and through With the splendor of the spring. Is it she that shines, as never before. The tremulous hills above Or the heart within me, awake once more. To the dawning light of loe? Bayard Taylor. Next to tho delight of hanging up jour stocking with a note pinned right to the toe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 2.1897. T? sO-- '' ,'' .w 'S::-Ls VWr7 vftVf JIacondi. She wis o successful in this rolo S r-CSTTr'--- - V - Z&'-MB tint slio wis --0011 advanced to tint of --iaS- p-v "i-rnr 7r SkKWS$W(,M SrfFWif -"Til Mirlan. which she sane with siRtial -5 -? jrWrl-fCTl'h iv SWlWlJirwJ Miccoss -When the lio'tonKns produced 32 75-IlJ JJ A3 Wlff IV'MVWfM "rhe JIald of PU mouth" In New York, ii Mt- JLZJh A -Z7r$J)k WW" ,fth -"- ouns -singer was Riven two directly TjO li l " ( I --Wt,T,-iS oppoMtu rolc-s-that of Primrose. .1 very -rrrw- !' u l i" iif KfsJS& l.novvin;r million, and that of Priscllla.iery i THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. pOOOOOOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCCP Kansas City has been fortunate enough in ntimnt fhf f.-iinrrililt attention of Sir. Harry -Askin, who has been ono of the most succc-'sful manngerb of operatic enterprises tho past few jejrs. Mr. Askin, as the pub lic already knows, has secured an excellent comic opera company which he will pre sent a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 2.1S97. J. IL BrnrcnAV. Pres. J. G. Si beas, Capital, 3500,000.00. DIRECTORS: TV. E. Hall. TV. C. Glass. C. A. Pugsley. II Holmes. f.eorge P. Gates. TV. B. Clarke. y. ituera, u. . oraim, J. u. fctrean. o o o o VrnTP!s. nnw ViMnc rir!vrt ES- special Slay sale of fancy saddlers, speed horses, with and without records, road horses, coachers, teams, knee actors and cobs (brood mares and colts excluded). To be held At 23d and Grand Avenue Horse and Mule Market, Kansas City, Mo., May 26, 27, 28, 1897. Send for entry blanks at once. o-ooooooo-c- fflissouri.Kansas&Texas Trust Co. Seventh and Wjandotte Streets, KANSAS CITY. MO. capital - sia5o,ooo Snrplt-saiilUudlvluel I'milts. Sl,loO,000- 36 Wall street, New York city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. 149 Washington street, Boston. Mass. Saiidthorquia 2. Hamburg. Germany. Since! 23S, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C, En Eland. Lerothecn-Strasse 54, Berlin, Germany. 13 Rue du ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

14 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 2,1897. CLAIItETTC SOAP. LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES. -LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES. gp8seo8saaaeottstsstjgtfi.pjaftq)fcassea3a86a80a 2- v vr Si -i I i v?&H il Mga II tO i &sb IP& L I FN it ii5t41Wl leastoftoilI I m ',& A and infiT' 1 mSI??!!) trouble- J makes clothes snowy white by re- I moving the dirt in a natural and healthful way. A pure soap good for I clothes and good for general cleaning. Sold everywhere. THE N. K. FAIRBANK HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS Via The Burlington Route. AT ONE FARE PLUS $2.00. Tickets sold to all points Jn the North, West, North west, South and Southeast, May 4th and ISth. Tickets good 21 davs for round trip. For Information Inquire at Ticket Offices, E23 Main street or 1041 Union ave. C. W. ALEXANDER. City Pass. Agt. H. L. HARMON, G. S. W. A. HOMESEEKERS7 EXCURSION Via Union Pacific System. On May 4th and ISth, the Union Pa cific trill sell Homeseekers' excursion tickets to points In...

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

THE KANSAS, 4J1TY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 2, 1897. 15 iyt The Kansas City Cyclists, the oldest as well as the largest wheeling organization in Kansas City, will be represented both on the road and the track the coming sea son by a number of fast men iho win undoubtedly put the black and old gold first over the tape in many a hard fought contest. The club has some splendid ma terial and new men are being developed this year who will mike the old timers hustle to keep the pace they set. The wheelmen shown on the tandem are s!c TED ARMSTRONG. the crack double team of the Cyclists, cither on the track or the road. "Charley" "Watson is mounted In front and the re doubtable "Freddie" Campbell, the deserv ing hero of a hundred races fought out to the tape. Is on the back. Campbell has lately acquired the sobriquet of "Myste rious Freddie." In the season of 1SD3 he made a great record on the Kansas cir- J8 I WATSON AND CAMPBELL. Crack Tandem Team of the Kansas City Cyclists. cult, scooping In ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 May 1897

THE KAjS'SAS CITY JQTJRyAL, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1897. 16 A CHAT WITH GARY. JVIIW rOSTMlSTBR GENERAL TALKS ABOLT HIS DUSINESS. HOW HE MADE HIS MILLIONS. JUS FATHER'S PECLLIVR IDEVS ON iiuingim; iii nos. Tut loniiK f!nr to Work In Hit I'nct or at S". n 'Month flrncrnl Gary In In I'miir or Postal .sav ings Hanks Hon Hit si nes Is CIiniiKl3ig. Washington. May 1. Of nil Prc-idc-it Mc Klnlej s advisers the man least Known to the public Is the postmaster general. Still ho is one of tho ablest or the c ibinet ministers, and he has for j ears stood hlgn strong tho business men of the United States Through his wonderful business uH.itj he has made 1 am told, a fortune ot between S3 000 000 and 5-C 000 t-OO. He has cot ton factories near Baltimoie. In which ho emplojs oer 3.500 hands, and the oceans and rivers or tne world are spotted with the snow-white sails made from the cloth turned out in his mills. Gen. Gary hasother large tntr csts and he has betn made the trustee and m m.iRt-r of other mine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

unrttal WsUME XXXIX. NO. 327. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, SLAY 3, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. 3 SHOilY BILL IDLER. o a SECOND'aiURDER BY TUB NOTORIOUS KORTII END TOCGU. HE KILLS A FLEEING NEGRO. ABLER SHOT AMI SLIGHTLY WOUND ED 11Y DEAD MAN'S FRIEND. William Johnson, a NeRro, Is Adler's Second Victim Row Started Over a Unrac of Crnps Colored Snloonkeeper Shoots the Murderer. "BiU" Adler. slayer of ""V fflce Inspect or Jesse McClure. added pother murder to his list last evening. McClure v. is Killed Ly a blow In tho face from one of Adler s ponderous lists on Carnival night in ItSJ. Ijirt night Adler pursued his fleeing xlc tim and shot him down from behind. The man he killed last night was William John son, a, negro hostler. Tho tragedy occurred on the sidewalk on tho -nest side of Broidway, between Sixth street and the acant ground just t-outh of tho old Standard Liquor Com pany's building, at 614 Broadway, and was tho culmination of a series of quarrels Ad ler has had with negroes in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 3, 1897. EHD Mil COME TO-DAY DECISIVE CONFLICT EXPECTED AT FHARSALOS SOOX. GREEKS READY FOR BATTLE. A GREEK JOAN OP ARC COMES TO the riiovr. - Mnetecn-lrnr-Old Girl to Lead Band of-,000 IrrcKulur la L'hnr hiiIok Greek Ho Not Hope to Continue the War. Athens Ma 2 There aro numerous In dications that the Ralll ministry Intends to assume greater direct military and naval ccrlrol, and no longer to divide the respon s.Ulit between the ministry and the court. The news of the victory at Velcstlno has increased General Smolensk's, popularity, and he is now regarded as the real hero of t'i campaign A foreign officer who saw the fight sa. that the Turks numbered 2M and the Greeks S,000. It is believed that the decisive conflict Hill he fought at l'har&alos, and probably to moiTow (Mondaj ). The ministers of war and of the interior arilved at Pharsalos at noon to-day (Sun day and immediately reviewed the troops. Ii was stated jesterday that headquarters...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1897. 3 IMSiS CITl US. THE Branch Office of The Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will re ceive prompt attention. Any com plaints as to the delivery of the pa per will be speedily remedied if no tice is Riven. Telephone West 23. IfEELEY Institute 0arnlsTs0Sithy.Bf-: j The only place In Kansas where the I Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WCLF'S LAUNDRY To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used la the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop.. Fifth and State- KILLED BY A TRAIN. DBU) noilV OF X. J. MCAl) rOUMJ BY Till: TRACK. WENT IN SEARCH OF A DRINK. ANU IIC MET IJHATH IV TERRIBLE FORM. A Urlnlvlnir Root Which Terminated. In 11 Cne for Hip Coroner Other Ariia From the Hler Knniins CIt of Intercut nt Home nnd Aliroml. The body of X. J. Mead, better known as "I'ctey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1SJ4. The Jonrnnl Company, Publishers. Journnl Ilnllillue, Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 13 cents per month. BY MAIL IX ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday one jear $4 00 Daily and Sunday, C months 2 00 D3ily and Sundaj, 3 months 100 Daily and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday cnly. 1 ear 1 "Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr M TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office Editorial and Society 1& City Editor sl2 Lastcrn Office 51 and 22 Tribune Building. New York I hicago Olhce 1320 Masonic Temple J E Van Doren, Special Agency. Entrred at the Fostoffice at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE WEITIIER. TTashington, May 2. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Occasional showers; northerly winds, becoming variable. Tor Missouri Frobablj fair in northern portion, showers in southern portion; warmer; northerly winds becomin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 3,1897. Ind. Col. Hinn. St. P. Det. K. C. Mil. Q. R. Won Lost Per Cent. GETTINGTOBEANOLDSTORY Tim ni.uES i.o.n anothkii gme to THE WHEAT GRINDERS. cwrll Vfns 111 the Box nnd Pitched NVInnluir lJnll, hut Error at Crltlrnl Moments Gaie It Away Other Games. Minneapolis. Minn ,Mav 2. (Special.) Wil rr.tA's men lot the Ulus a merry cha-e again to-day in another lone and tedious same broken only by the brilliant catches of Wilmot and "Doggie" Miller. Tho new Sunday ground at Minnehaha park is a great improvement over the old, rough pleco or prairie, but the wind blew hard and co'd, and while the plajers had little difficulty In keeping warm, spectators shivered through th two hours and forty-fivo minutes o Ji'.aj Newell, for the Blues, and riggemler, for tli" Millers, both pitched good ball. In the f.rst inning the home team pikvl up four runs which, as it turned out. won them the game. Timely bitting and Relllj's two er ror did the business. The Blues...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

() THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1897. OLD-TIME LIMG. GItAMH'A TELLS THE STORY OP I'lOMJER 1,1 FE. MODERN MODES OF LIVING. "Hungry as a horse, eh' That's right, my boy just so long as sou Ret good and hungry and sleep like a top, jou're all right." Thais -what grandpa sajs. Everybody stops to listen when grandpa talks about the times when he was joung when he was a boy. Grandpa's t.ilks are more In teresting than a. book. The cliildrcn lay aside their tos. Father stops reading his paper. Mother puts down her sewing for a time. Grandpa's story goes back to a time be fore many of us were born. It Is a. story of many privations and few pleasures. It Is a narration of hardships and struggles with wild men and wild beasts. It is a tale of great labor and scant rewards. Grandpa tells about the time when he and grandma started life. Their home was a log cabin and they depended for a liveli hood upon their strong muscles and brave hearts. Grandpa worked from sun to sun clearing aw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, MONDAY, MAY 3,1897. i WASTED MALE HELP. WANTED An Idea. Who can think of some simple thing to patent? Protect our Ideas, they ma brlig you wealth1. Write John Wedderburn & Co . Dept. E. 2, pat ent attv.s.. Washington. D. C for their J1.S00 prize offer and new list of J.OOQ ln vei.tlons wanted. WANTED A young Swede or German as second man In stable and care of. lawn, walks and porches, only those with experi ence and best of references need JPP'X: Rages J1S per month with room and board. Call lbCl Independence aye. WANTED Canvassers in this city for The Journal. Apply at Journal office. WANTED 2 voung men; $10 per week; news agent. 9 West 5th St., room 3. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. " "CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, and furnished rooms, 104 East 12th st, car. Walnut. Tel. 1173. The best place in K. C Mo., to find help or situations, male or female 17 j ears' experience. Ref..Omaha Nat. bank. Omaha: Citizens' bank. K. C. to nissT noosis. TO RENT A largo room In The ...

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