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Kansas Citv Advertisements
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Fquars dealing jusrsnteed
2T.MI Fast Kkhtwiith Mrwt,
W. S. WOODS. PmsiOINT v. A RULE. Casmic
National Bank of Commerce,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Demand Deposit '.
W'm. Akew, W. A. Wilson, Win. llut'lir, J J. SwnlTurd.
J. C. FpHhoff, II. C. Arnold, H. C. Ward, W. 1 Vnorbt-ea
G.M.Cole, J. II Arnold. Chester A. Snldi-r, D T. Morion,
Jot. Cam, W. S. Wood, W. A. Kule.
BUKT MKEK, Licensed Knibalrotir
BURT MEEK & CO.,
Undertakers and Funeral
Carriages furnished at reasonable rates.
1813 Main Street .... KANSAS CITY, Mo.
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St-am and hot air furnace set and repaired. Chimneys,
Grates and Manuals built and repaired.
!' uprntnlrm, In front of If. IK Crnlft'm Tin Shop.
803 WALNUT 6T KANSAS CITY, MO.
Dr. Whittier, Sr ,
Int. Est' fi". Nervous Debility. Lost Vitality,
uneriry eeir insirusi, weaa memory, iiVNpepsia, r.inauKitng Losses, n.iiplc. on r ace.
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I'lLUBIIlUE TO ST. ASHE.
Many Inm I ntra. Attr.d the I'ra.t f
Ibe Kalnt ia Kankakee feuoty.
Kankakee, 111 , July 27. The ao
nual pilgrimage to the (brine of St
Anne, la the village of that name, ia
this county, took place to-day. Fif-
Wn hundred people came from Chi
cago on an excursion given under the
auspices of the Church of Notre Dame.
Several hundred from this city at
tended the celebration of the feast to
day. St. Anne ia the patron saint of
the sick, the helpless and the crippled.
The church, or more properly speak
ing, the cathedral, of St. Anne de
Ueaupre is located twenty miles from
Quebec, and is an edifice of great age.
Tbouraod of pilgrims visit this shrine
of the alnt annually, and many mirac
ulous cures are reported. A portion of
the church Is plied high with the
crutches of those who claim their faith
and devotion have made them whole.
What the church of St. Anne de
ISeuupre Is to Canadians the shrine of
the mother of Virgin Mary at the
uualnt little village of St. Anne is to
the p ao pie of this tection of the state.
Father Bergeron of Notre Dame, Chi
cago, Instituted tbe pilgrimage of bt.
Anne eight years ago. Originally
confined to the parish of Notre Dame,
every parish in Chicago, regard les 4 of
nationality, now sends its contingents.
The number of pilgrim, especially
from Chicago, is increasing every year.
A small piece of tbe wrist-bone of the
saint, taken from tho larger relic at
the Quebec cathedral, Is at St. Anne.
The excursion from Chicago arrived
at 10 o'clock this morning. A proces
sion was formed of the various societies
and pilgrims from the depot to the
High mass was sung, and there was
preaching in French and English.
Father Berard of St. Anne was the
principal speaker. An important fea
ture was the veneration of the relic.
The multitude was fed in a grove be-
longing to the church. The relic of
St. Anne is regarded with much ven
eration in this vicinity. Many won'
derful cures of epilepsy are recorded.
LIVING CATHOLIC CHK0M0S.
In Albany, New York, there has re
cently been distributed a hand-bill
which tells its own story in a manner
bo diverting we annex It entire and
without further comment:
LIVING PICTURES IN THE
LELAND OPERA HOUSE
SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 12TH.
For the Benefit of the Choir of the
HOLY CROSS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Fac-stmlle of Tickets Issued. .
01VIK BV THE ;
CHOIR of the HOLY CROSS CHURCH,
: At Leland Opera House, Sunday Ev'g,
April 13, 1HM. Doors open at 7 P. u.
Concert begins at 8 p. u.
i ADMISSION, SO CENTS.
'. Tickets for reserved seats can be ex :
changed after April 1st at the
: Opera House.
The Law and Order League and the
Impartial (?) police force of this city
prevented the delivering of a patriotic
isrmon on January 5th, maintaining
that it was a violation of law to open a
licensed house on the Sabbath day,
Two weeks previous the Leland was
used by the ''Sisters" of the Dominican
Convent with ao admission fee of fifty
cents. This was lawful. Rome has
always used it on Sunday without it
being considered unlawful. Now she
is allowed to have
Union Hall is a licensed house, yet
Rome can have a variety entertain
ment there every Sunday evening,
charging twenty-five cents admission,
lthout interference from police or
Law and Order League.
Is this justice?
These are the outrages that have
given to the country the A. P. A. and
THE mOMlSED LAM).
Why the Tourist, Traveler and Student
Should Visit Utah.
There are two reasons, either one of
which ought to be conclusive with
every American citizen.
J'irsf; The trip from Denver to Utah
via Rio Grande Western, "Great Salt
Lake Route," is the grandest to be
found anywhere on the continent. No
European trip of equal lengtn can com
pare with it In variety and grandeur of
scenery and wealth of novel interest.
(Second; You should go because, when
you have made this wonderful trip, you
will find Utah at the end of it-Utah,
one of the world's famous spots, and a
land of gold, silver, copper, iron and
coal; of lofty mountains and fertile val
leys; of vineyards, fruits and flowers.
Salt Lake City, the capital, is of great
interest on account of its historical and
religious associations. Here are Hot
Thermal Springs, Warm Springs, Sul
phur Springs, Sanitarium, Parks,
Drives, Canyons and the most health
ful climate on earth. Great Salt Lake,
with the sew and beautiful SaJulr
Beach Reoort, of MourUh dealgn, bat
no equal la America. Write to F. A
Wadleigh, Salt Lake City, for copies of
1200.00 IS t.OLD GIVES.
Of Spe-lal latere! U Students and
K. H. Woodward Company, of Balti
more, Md., are making a most liberal
offer of 1200 00 to anyone who will sell
2U0 copies of "Gems of Religious
Thought," a new book by Talmage.
This is one of the most popular books
ever published. Tbree editions sold in
60 days. Agents aell 10 to 15 copies a
day. An Esley organ, retail price 1270,
given for selling 110 copies in 3 months.
A 1100 bicycle given for selling 80
copies in 2 months. A gold watch for
selling 60 copies in one month. This
premium in addition to commission.
Complete outfit 35 cenU. Freight paid.
Credit given. Agents wanted also for
"Talks to Children About Jesus." One
hundred and fifty thousand copies bold
and it is now selling faster than ever.
Same terms and conditions as on
"Gems of Religious Thought." Other
popular books and Bibles also. They
offer special and most liberal rates to
students and teachers for summer va
cation. During last summer a large
number of students and teachers can
vassed for their bjoks. Among the
list there were 23 who made over 1200,
57 who won the 1200 premium, and 76
made over $150 for their summer work.
Write them immediately tf
I'TAH-THE 45TI1 STATE.
The Honiexet ker's Promised Laud.
The territory of Utah entered the
Union of States on January 4th, 181)6,
with a population of about 200,000 peo
ple and a climate unsurpassed in the
wide world. It is richer in agricul
tural resources than any other state.
It has within its borders nearly all of
the known minerals and metals gold,
sliver, copper, iron, tin, etc., in abun
dant quantities. It has, best of all, a
health-giving climate, always temper
ate In summer and in winter. It has
hot sulphur springs, and Is in fact one
large sanitarium. Utah is the Ideal
place to build a home In which to
spend the balance of your days, sur
rounded by farm and orchard which
guarantee all the necessities and most
of the comforts of life. There are mil
lions of such homes now awaiting set
tlement. Send to F. A. Wadleigh,
Salt Lake City, for copies of Utah
pamphlets. It will pay you to post
yourself on the merits of the new state,
which has been amply termed "The
What C. A. Totter Says.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 31, 1895. The
Howard Medicine Company. Gentle
men: I desire to say to all who feel the
strength of their manhood slowly slip
ping away, whose ambition Is at its
lowest ebb, whose mind is beclouded,
and the senses dulled, when you feel
dyspeptic, and lose your self-respect,
that your blood is out of order, and all
you need Is some of Howard's Vegetone
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It will act almost instantly upon the
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Powder to be, as I believe, the greatest
blood-purifier on earth.
C. A. Potter.
There are many of them on the line
of THE UNION PACIFIC, and before
arranging for your summer outing you
should make Inquiry as to rates and
routes. For full information, call at
City Ticket Office,
A Cool Reception
Awaits the wise purchaser of a Spirit
Lake ticket, via the Northwestern line.
Accommodations there better and
more reasonable than ever: Ther
mometers not allowed to go above
City office, 1401 Farnam street.
In every town in the United States to
sell a sure cure for Cancer, Fever Sore
and Milk-Leg. Address
C. A. C. Medical Co.,
C. A. Crum, Mgr.
1703 Wabash Ave. Chicago, 111.
ol too Smooth.
The tracks of the UNION PACIFIC
are so smooth and the cars furnished
so complete that you can imagine your
self in your own luxurious apartments
Inspect the Buffet Library and Smok
ing Cars as they pass through Omaha
Dr. Kay's lung Balm a
KANSAS CITY STATE BANK.
Capital rjUi.UU) 00
Surplus 30.UUU ,
W. O. COX. a. C. ADAMS.
Prr.ld.nl. jiia't Cathler
Steam Carpet Cleaning
AND MOTH DESTROYING CO.
Krfltttnr and evin( a Specially. M. E.
e 1'MMa.KSfcCO. urenwon to L. k. Vkkera.
1220 E.I8thit., Kansas City, Mo.
SECOND-HAND STO "JF.
2220.East 18th St.
Sew and Seoonil-Jjnml (7Ka of all
NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
1032 Main Street.
The undrnlgnrd has been In the Phntn-
grapb bus Drss attire IfMil. This gallt-ry has
era'a for making Fine I'liotovraphs the
uiiw ui tins auiiiuay m Liaiesi, juiurovea I mii-
pmoutoi ine niciory. in fact, ttilh gallery
keep up with all the laU-Nt styles ami Im
provement In Hue Photography. Give me a
T. D. SANDERS,
lOn-i Main St.. KAX&AS CITY
Looking Glass Plates
Damaged Mirrors Re-Silvered at Short Notice,
Send for Prices.
Offios, 1429 Walnut 8t
KANSAS CITY, M0
Hats cleaned, colored and retrluimed.
sAlso ladles' and Cents' straw
8 East Eighth Street.
Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City Tent and Awning Co ,
Awnings, Tents, Tarpaulins, Covers, &c,
109 WEST EIGHTH STREET.
Tslephont 1614. KANSAS CITY. MO,
Pane m li( Input and Missels Carpet,
W take vour Carnet and eat and make a
Ru. from three to eleven feet wide, for PC
cents per rquare yard; fringe extra, rive
pounds or carpet to ine yard oi xtug.
Q. fl. SAPPENFIELD,
607 East Eighteenth St., KANSAS CITY. M0.
On Troost Ave. Cable Ry.
Brass Band Concerts Sundays.
Zoological Garden, Merro-go-
round, Boating and other at
tractions. Watch for the opening next
'Shooting the Chutes."
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Trust Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
86 Wall Street. New York.
400(Jresnut Street. Philadelphia.
ISM Washington Street. Boston.
Mingle No. 18. Amsterdam. Holland.
Dorotheenstrausse No. M, Berlin, Germany.
81 Lombard Street, London, E.G.. England.
. Capital . t)l,850,000.
8urplus and Cndlvided Profits, 1,000,000.
ARTHUR E. BTILWKLL, President.
Vice Presidents: J. McD. Trimble. E. L.
Martin, W. S. Taylor, Jacques T. Nolthe
nlus. Arthur C. Robin. on. secretary: William 8.
Taylor, treasurer; Franic B. Wilcox, assistant
treasurer; J. J. ualrnes, asswtant
secretary; E. S. "osher, second as9lsta-itsec-
retary, irimoies uraiey, general attorneys.
Executes a General Trust Business.
Acts as Trustee, Transfer Agent or Regis
trar tor Corporal tons.
Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guard
ian or Trustee of Estates.
Collects Western Mortgages.
Takes Charge of Properties, Collecting
Rents, raying; Taxes, etc, for Eastern In
vestors. Kansas Cltv Directors A. E. Stllwnll. F.
L. Martin, Frank Coooer. P. A. Faxon. J.
McD. Trimble, Roben Gllham, Jacques T.
Nolthenlus. C. A. Braley.
'radical Horse Shoer.
Horeea Entrusted to My Care
will not be Abused.
307 Grand Ave., Kansas CITY, mo.
EYES TESTED FREE.
8 East 12th St., kns8 c.tt. mo.
Universal Repair Co.
CM AS. H. WARD, Propr.
CaratnUrt an Bulbars, trick aad Tla Were,
riastsHef sad Pimlloi.
Kaltosnialnr nt Paper lianglnf . Cisterns
built and repaired, erw r e r o-tlotia put
ta. Ealimaie t-uerfully furnished. All
ork (Uaraaue4 satisfactory.
704 Wiaaaattt L. Kaasa CiTV. Uo
809 EAST 18ta St..
All aorta of brusLes
made to order
promptly at reas in
able prices Ke
p a I r Sat trunhea,
Scruh Brushes Froa
MRS. M. M. SMITH,
and Facial Electrician.
TJEMOVES Poms. Bunions and Ingrowing
v Malls without nain or the unu of ai'lda.
Alxo Facial MasKaire, Pupertluoua Hair,
wrinkles, pock mark, moles and scars per
manently removed by electricity.
444-445 NEW RIDGE BLD'G.
Entrance. 912 Walnut SI. or 915 Main St.
J. F. BUTLER.
O. D. ROWE.
BUTLER & ROWE,
Cotractors and Builders.
Office Fixture a Specialty.
All oiders will receive our personal atten
tion, satisfaction guaranteed.
cll tl.hon. ssea.
Offlc. and Shop:
115 E. 13tm Struct. Kansas litj, MO.
Is Done! . . .
We use only the choicest raw
material, and give it a slow,
mild cure, which develops all
the natural sweetness of the
meat without 'making it too
Qold Q&nd flams
AND . . .
Represent tbe best work of the
packers' art every piece guar
anteed. All butchers and gro
cers have them.
Armour Packing Co..
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Reduction ol Prices!
In order to be up to date I have con
cluded to reduce prices to regular
customers in a way that will not lower
the standard of my shop.
Scientific and Positively Becoming
Hair Cut for 250
Pour Shaves for BOn
Or Tn for $
Baths, In large porcelain tubs, tine rooms.
2a cents each or 3 for 50 cents at
BARBER SHOP and
ATH ROOMS . . .
HENRY A. MAYOR.
821 Delaware Street,
First Shop north of Junction.
(VMentlon this paper
A-l City References. ....
Private and Hospital Experience.
Purstlcal cases preferred. Terms. $10.00 to
(15.00 per week and expenses. Telephone 1061'
801 E. 8th St., KANSAS CITY, M0.
MADE AND REPAIRED.
1302 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
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A Regular Graduate in Medicine. Over 37
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The Oldest In Age aud Longest Located.
Anthorlzed by the Btate to
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Over Wi.Ooo caties cured.
Charges low. Ho mercury
or in 1 urlous med Ir.l ne ni.il
Mo lime lot from business. Parties at a
distance treated by mall nnd express.
Medicines Bent everywhere free from
gaze or breakage. Slate your cose and
send for terms. Consultation free and
confidential, personally or by letter. 1
Seminal Wesiuess tad Sexual Debility
Spermatorrhea and rmpotenn)xToiQTa
pimples, nervousness, rushes of blood
to the head, pains In the back, forgetful
ness, bashfulness and aversion to socie
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ual power enlarge ud strengthen weak
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Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, ami all
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Unflir for nuM sexes SO Tinges, 27
SJJJXk. pictures, -with full descrip
tion of above diseases the effects and
cure sent sealed In plain wrapper for
6c. etamps. Sure Care fur ftheumatUm.
Send stampfor circular. i BKHMuskUM
4a$500 for ebovs dlieasn that I cennot cure.
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