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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1S94.
IN PALMS AM) OLIVES. 00'0'0M:0M Mrs.Leasa Has Planted Her Twenty Acres in California. fi"A .LJ' 11 jzihi) o RR0WN & GO., 805 Kansas Avenue, have an u entire new line of HOLIDAY NOVELTIES in Underwear, Gloves, Silk Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, Mufflers, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, etc., from which you can select a very suitable Chritmas Present for gentlemen. zj DOORS SOUTH a TRANSFER STATION. HOST OF FUE I T YG1IILS Mako a Gay Sccno at tho Li.st 14 i jrJit. Carnival "E Or THE INTERESTING FEATURES j o Tlie IVrforiuaupe (or Kpncflt of I hn (n liuui 1 1 oiii i' to be It jieat ell. Tot ck a und ji; ttedly has some pretty girls a:i 1 the Jot r, v i.s "girl" editor who attended the Orph iUn homo carnival at the Grand last n gat is prepared to say tu lay that he ?if about seventy of tiieni. They wre ery attractive, tut they somehow fail ? 1 t j attract as large a crowd ai they jli J and the first tloor w as not full by toy means. There Ir.i i oaly be m five rehearsals and i ::-. i r ! t: lt ".hit, the entert tinment was ordinal ily The stage wasn't 1. i "t e lied quite . a well as it might have Mrs. Henry Dai by, who has a very go-id Htiwe preso ice. sang n pretty vocal e-ul . Si e was f jllowed by Mioses Ger trude hi j -.1 Linna Wyatt in a duet "The Hunter's Soug," 'vhicti was very good Harry S. Thuinj son. who was on the till f r a Lass solo, dil nut appear. The next part was the trades display. The representatives of the daily papers catut- first, and if we do bi.y it ourselves, ther stu no pr-st:;er girl or one who cunl'irtel herself better oa the stage taan th ine w!io repretente 1 tho Tope ka M.um; Jocm au She was graceful aa i her cvistuiiw was appropriate. Her name is Miss Edna Prescott. The Capi ta! was rej re-ented by Grace Holler, the Press ty Mate! Horton, the Demo crat by M ay Ko f r. A local meat in irliet was represented by Mis Viol Ste -rt, who carried h real little live pig in her arms. The young lady starte J to sing a song, the refrain of w hieh w as "This li'tle pig went to market." The idea didn't seem to strike the little pig- favcrably, and it Levari to cry "we. wee, wee," before it was put in. Then it would vulgarly grunt grunts that wjiii i have tei i a credit to bigger swine. thirty fiiilly wriggled out of tho voting lady's arms and phe retired thorough y disgusted with "stage real ism." 'i h youag la ly wore a girdle of w leaer wu rst. Mamie Crawford, a talented niece of L. .M. Craw fori, repre.-euted a well known ial company's! "topsy." She Sail;; "Little Alabi.itia Coon," tetter than the aver age sotitrette. M i-s Gertrude Wya't, representing' a th.rist's lirm, prettily dressed as a llower girl and beseeehed the audience "to buy a calia 1 11 iu a most winning way, although slid knew they couldn't aiT-ord it. Miss Mrkley represented a local den tist and iibe pullec a tooth for Miss Anna Crane, or pretended to, very adroitly, that was much larger than any Miss Crane coul J have laid claim to. A buggy conip.i iv was represented by M iss Oiae bharua, attired as a "Coming V. . ::; an," with b comers and dress of black: and red. 'Ihe fa.r representative of a local men's furnishing store rurs a plug hat, cane, long overcoat, aai ia fact looked the j ideal ( )x fc rd boy. The local t ibl 1 onse was represented by Miss Beulah 1'arker. who wore a Greek costume, v.-ith artists' materials and pictures tied t ) her dress, but strange to sa- there wasn't a bible in sitrht. j A new t rand f oijars was advertised by Miss Pearl Hi ut aer, who represented ; as nearly as j osrible a "wooden Indian." j Miss Delia Kvans, represantinp a To- j pesa grocery store, wore a Delt cl pret zels, a necklace of cranberries and sus penders of gum-drops. The orchestra pUyed the anvil chorus while Miss ora Brett, with a real anvil hill horseshoe rretsaded to sloe one of Arthur Ma?sev's trotters. The applause j l'usrhtened the horte. It was his Xi rst ap pearance cn the stsg-e. May Thomas, rej reseating1 the Edison Electric Light company, had maoy col ored electric lights on her dress and in her hands, which became dim and bril liant as she moved. The erlect was very pretty. A local 1 akery hud Miss Nellie Mur lipy with bread, dcuhnuts a ad cookies all over her dress. 'Ihe eifect was hys terical to a hungry person who was pres ent. I he peeic-a-boo daace by little Mary and irt'd McGratt. was very pretty and graceful, as was ths fan dauca by Mar jorie ilullt n. The four-in-hand, driven by Lizzie Garvett was extremely pretty. The other children, who were driven, were scarcely big enjutrh to tod ile about and they thought it was lots of fun. They were Mildred Smith, Ansie Gregory, Katie Bennett an i Annie I'routtnan. By far the best feature of the perform ance was the statuary work of Myrtle Welch, Edna C'arpmier and Maude Ed wards, iheseyourp ladies in Grecian Costume and powdered hair poiod in many o l! i 11 Ik 805 positions expressing- all sha tiou by pastures. They were lent Delaarteane, Miss Welch t--s of e mo ult excel-e.-p-ieially so. At the laet of the perf armanee the newsboys and news'iris Lad a chorus which eude 1 in a crap srame, and then all of the seventy youar ladies who had participated iu the role of "uvinij adver tisements," joined in a iiuai review and marching drill. ihey went through the drill like clock-work and redacted credit on the women who worked hard for the success of the entertainment The fol lowing Is the list of participants: Palace Cioihmtr Co., E nma Dennis; Swift & Holiiday, Myrtle Callahan; W. A. L. Thompson Sc Co., Biaucho Hanna; L'nion I'acihc lea Co., Anna Kearney; Groeiiwald cc Co., Gllie Markley; J. Y. I'aruavvorth, Carrie Wilcox: (Ireea & Kale, Kate Carson; Capit l Grocery Co, Calla ilcDowell; Mills' l iower, Adams Co.. Ida Staetr; Eag-le A; Curry, Dale W eed; A. li. W ool verton, 11 iunh (ieorge; W. W. Mauspeaker dereaniile Co., 3Irs. 31. B. Greg-ory; H. A. Black, dentist, An na Crane; Crosby Bros., Lott.ii (Jritlith; Holmes dru store, Minnie M 'ens: (too. iHirgLi.trt, l'earl UruoaKT; 'I'ho Dii.y I)amocra May Hoper: Kansas Ji ,-ok i: Bible II jus-, Beulah Parker; Tcpeka Exchange. Nellie Jluruey; Topkka State Jolrxai., Edna Prescott; li. J. Groves, jr., I.otta Bivves; Kellam fc Company, Dais McFarland; Leonard, jihotoraf her, Bessie Eider; S. Barnum Co., Minnie White; Topeka Daily I'ress.Mabel Horton; II II. .Mills & Sjn; Tub p'air, A life Deisher: io:lit & Lill.e, .Mertie Herry; Eird !t Hodman, Lucia Wyatt; A. C. t-loaa, den tist, Magtrie Markley; Topeka Steam Laundry, jes?ie Kiti-; Louis Van Dorp, Nellie Di.non; C. J. t-nyder, Eotta Bowes; D. H. Fori es, Pearl llurde; To peka Spice mills. Tiny Giipatrick; V. S. Eurmau, Lill.e Haason; E. P. Z.mmer mau, Auaie Lillio; J. t. Sproat, Dolla Evans; Vesper &. Co. Lotta bteinber; W". W. Kimball Co., Bosam ind Loveiand; Bead & Tomlinson, Miss Carter; C. O. Johnson. Dora KatUeny; Burkhaid S: Oswald, Grace Noiri.-; Tcpeka Coal Co., Ella ib-imsey; Shawnee .Mills, Jes sie Stultz; W. S. lluc'i, install ment house, Alien True; Booth Packing company, Viola Mua"t; B. P. Morrow, Kate Tobias: W. B. Mc Curdy, Lizzie Gavitt; John Didley, May Diction; Edison Electric Light corn pa ny, May Thomas; Topeka TrutiK cornrjany, Laura Beed; lureita Laily Cat ital, Grace Holler; We!.e, phot. ;i aphr, Ed na Carpenter; Columbus Biy -om-pany, Mabel Wood; A. JLit-er, horse shoer, Nora Brett: SouthwesU-ra Coal company, Mamie 'rawforl; 1'. C. Sears, Margie Mullin; Topeka Casti store, Era Hardinc; M id-Continent mil.s, Winnie Leach; Inter Ocean mill-, Genie Mills; J. S. Crockett, Miss Carter; J. II. Foucht, Grace Mannim?; A. W. Lacey, Lena trhel don; Elliot, Wolf & Co., tire insurance, Madee Ward; Benedict ?c C o., real es tate, Vida Vood; J. S. Saivelv, Ada Ward. FAKCE C O jI EI) 1 TON IU UT. Frreman'i I'un Makra In -A K&ilroal Ticket" Ttii Kvenilij. Freeman's FunMakers and James Kelly will be at the Grand this evening- in "A Bailroad Ticket," a musical farce comedy that is well written and amusing-. An electrio car, propelled by a s,t orasro bat tery and running- upon steel rails, makes frequent trips across the sta-e and lends an air of realism to the play. The car plays an important part, and the scenes enacted in connection with it are pro ductive of considerable merriment. The company presenting the p. ece includes William B.aisdell, James T. Kelly, Harry Porter, John P. Carroll, Alice Carle. Hattie Waters, Marie Bach, Jeanette j Bageard and Mrs. Louis Heck, of this city. -f w I'ut (la$s Just arrived for Christmas trade. We iu the city. have the most complete line cee the Columbia and Garneid patterns. etc. J. . rarasworth avenue. 5jo Kansas Th "w Vetibaled Train Nervirs Via Chicago & Grand Trunk, Grand Trunk, and Lehigh Valley ra.lways, be tween Chicago and New Yoric and Phil adelphia, via the famous St Clair funnel, Niagara Falls, and trie beautiful Susque hanna, Wyoming sni Lehigh Valleys, known as the "Switzerland of America," oilers elegant appointments and is the most picturesqae route connecting these leading- cities. Train leaves Doarbjra Station, Chicago, daily 3:10 p. : a. Thl 1 an Alvertisf mfHt Of Snow's Pine Expectorant, guaranteed cure for coug-h. colds and all bronchial troubles. Price 2oc and 50c tcttie. For sale ty all druggists. Triplicate mirrors at Swift & Ilolli day'a. Chafing Dishes anl Five O'clock Teas in many styles and prices. A very com plete line. J. W. Faruaworth, OOo Kan sas avenua. KANSAS AVENUE. ARE TALKING IHIUGATION. Tlie Cry for ltairi Ind ucp Irrigation 1'alic Aiuon. JK.am.a3 i arniers. There is much complaint over the state regarding the undue scarcity of water. In many places water has to be hauled for stock and the subject of irrigation is being discussed with renewed vigor. F. D. Turk of Graham county, while in the city a day or two ago said the farmers there are much interested County in stitutes are being held in many places and the irrigation idea is getting a strong hold on the farmers of Kansas. According to the Index, Vr. O. Horr, the cjauta Fe station agent at Mediciue Lodge, is making arrangements for an extensive irrigation plant on his farm just south of the depot. Mr. Horr raised some splendid sorghum cane for the sugar mill this year by irrigating once, wniie cane adjoining the irrigated plat, that had exactly the same care except irri gation, was cut up for feel. At the northeast corner of his farm Mr. Horr is constructing a reservoir of about three-quarters of an acre capacity. He has tapped the sugar mill lake with a four-iticn pipe, whicti will ieed a water ram that will elevate the water into tho reservoir. lie has a head of seven feet and will only lift the water lifteen or twenty feet. The waste water from the ram he can use on low land on the south side of his farm. He estimates that the raru and reservoir will irrigate lifteen acres in a dry season, and he can reach twenty-live acres with the waste water from the ram, giving him altogether forty acres. He has over 10) acres available for irrigation, but thiuk.s his w ater ca pacity will only be about, forty. He de sires to get his place into alfalfa and will push along that line as rapidly as possi ble. NOTES OF TO 3 E K A &. VICINITY. L S. Soars has returned from Texas. Ex-Congressman Ryan is in New York. Dr. G. A. Wall is in Marion on profes sional business. Dr. T. W. Peers is able to be at his of fice after several days illness. Mayor Forbes of Potwin is in favor of the annexation of that city to Topeka. The examinations for the fall term of the Kausas Medical college are iu pro gress. The mayor's room in the city building has been furnished and is ready for oc cupancy. Alden S. Muling attended the meeting of -The .-society of Ethical Cuitura" at Lawrence on Sunday. t-imoa Ewinc, one of the oldest citi zens of Shawnee county, is seriously sick at his home at Valencia. Mr. and Mrs. George Etzel, who live at SOU Branner street, are the parents of a girl born Sun lay evening. Dr. M. li Ward, who has been quite sick for three weeks, is again able to at tend to his professional duties. S. M. Thacher, who has just returned from a trip in the southwestern portion of the state, says that wheat is looking well. Fred Wallace and David Scott, pupils at Jackson school, had an accidental col lision yesterday while at play and David Scott now has three fewer teeth than he had before. Will C. Campbell, the law partner of ex-Congressman Ryan, has left Topeka. He now has au cilice in New York city, but his location there is temporary and he may return here. Dr. J. B. Murphy of Chicago, a noted specialist, who is an expert in intestiual surgery, has been secured to deliver an address at the next annual meeting of the Kansas Medical society. W. II. T. Wakefield, formerly of To peka, has started the publication of a monthly periodical called the Western Economist It is published at Lawrence and is devoted to the discussion of social questions. The ladies of the Dover Baptist church ia the western part of the county, gave a social a few evenings ago. B. F. Pankey, a prosperous farmer, oilered tae dozen lady members of the church aid society f 10 if they would not speak a word from 12 o'clock to 3 a. in. They earned the money, and he was so well pleased that he gave them tjti.) instead of $10. J. S. Collins has returned from an ex tended business trip through the east He says that people are more anxious to invest their money in lands than ever before, and that unless some unforeseen calamity befalls Kansas, there will be more real estate sold in the next eighteen months than during any live years in the history of the state. Read the "Wants. Many of them are as interesting as news items. See if it is not ecl Word comes from all quarters that the neatest and most satisfactory dye for col oring the beard a brown or black is Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers. Good work done by the Peerless SHE ARRIVES IN TOPEKA TODAY. Says jhe is . latl t lie Insane Asylum 'l;2ht is Over. Mr3. Mary E. Lease returned last even ing from California. The trip seems to have agreed with her for she looks much better than when she left "I was delighted with California," said she to a Journal reporter. "It is just heavenly and I enjoyed myself im mensely." "Have you decided to leave Kansas aa announced in the dispatches':" ventured the reporter. Mrs. Lease leaned back in her chair and shook with laughter. "Well, 1 de clare," she replied. "I am not payiDg any rent in Kansas just yet and I am not quite ready to abandon the state. I did purchase twenty acres of land three miles from San Francisco, and I left a man there to plant it in tlowers and fruits and improve it, and when this is done and I have a tine mansion built, I may go to California to spend my winters. "I am going to plant my twenty acres in palms and olives peace and victory you know," continued M rs. Lease. "Of course they would hardly do for this year, and it may be a long time in the future before they will be appropriate, but you see I w ill live in hope." Mrs. Lease dropped her humorous vein and said: "I was royally entertained in California. The farmers' alliance was in se.-.-ion, at.d they gave me a banquet and entertained mo royally. I was delighted with Mayor Sutro, tho Populist mayor of ban Jr rancisco. He is an excellent man. "What is the condition of Populism iu California':" "The state is in a very hopeful condi tion, and it will not surprise me if the Populists carry the state at the next presidential election." "Will the free silver party absorb the Populists':" "No, I think not. They say that tho Republicans can adopt a free silver plank it will not make any difference for California has only a few congressmen and their influence would mako but little difference so 1 do not see how the filver party can take the place of the Populists there." "There have been some changes at the state insane asylum since you left." "Yes, so 1 hear. Weil I do hope we will have a season of peace now. We have had trouble enough with the asy lum. Wait and Householder fought so hard to get McCasey in out there and then they fought for ten mouths to get him out so they ought to be happy now." "Did you know that an injunction against you with two other members of the board had been applied for by Dr. Ivneiberg and .Mrs. 1 ack, charging you with conspiracy':" 'Why, no; but there was no Conspiracy I of any kind. I knew nothing about their j resignations until they were handed to j the board. Nothing could have been I farther from the truth. I arn triad this j llrht is over. I have been neutral and i did not take part with either side, so I j do not take as much interest in it as I I might." KANSAS AVENUE GLIMPSES. Lawyer Thomas II. Baia, is in Marion, attending court. C. S. Steadman at 2CH Hancock street. is the father of a new bov. Harry Bradshaw has started a ruling machine on East Fifth street. Albert Blue and Charley Turner, who had a light, were fined $5 each in police court. The Santa Fe hospital is up to the third story and is a very imposing struc ture. The doctors sav there is a good deal of tonsilitis iu Topeka, and any quantity of baa coias. A new graduating platform is being built in the Salvation Army hall on East Seventh street. Caddy Kane, Wm. Flattery and John James each put up 5 in police court yesterday for being drunk. P. II. King, formerly of Topeka, but now of Albuquerque, N. M., has re turned after being here several days at tending the funeral of Bees R. Price. Captain Brazier, who was with the Salvation Army here for so long, is in St Joseph with relatives resting till after the holidays. Captain Hiatt is in Inde pendence, Kan., visiting her parents. Dr. Hogetoom of the Santa Ee is spending a good deal of his time in Chi cago, at the bedside of Mrs. George B. Peek. It is understood in Topeka that Mrs. Peck's condition is not very much changed. The Topeka Rooting company has the contract for roofing the court house an 1 the Santa Fe hospital. The court house will use red tiling and the hospital will have its roof of red slate from Washing ton county, New York. Captain J. W. Dodd, who now com mands the Salvation Army post in To peka, is going to try the plan of a big "poor folks" dinner at the hall on New Yeir's day. Members of the army will begin soliciting in a few days and it is proposed to feed 500 poor people at that dinner. Jesse Shaw of the water company says he is surprised at Mayor Harrison's lack of information in regard to formations in boilers. Any water will do the same thing, says lr. Shaw, and cites any en gineer about the city. Mayor Harrison recently found a rocky formation from the city water in the boilers of the elec tric light works and laid it to the quality of the city water. Topeka division 179 O. R. C. has elect ed the following othcers for the coming year. There are now 56 members of 179: D. M. Myers, chief conductor; M. Peter son, assistant chief conductor; E. E. Hay, ecrjtary and treasurer: D. F. Shaffer, senior conductor; Geo: g speer, junior conluctor: H. R. Kic.-, inide sentinel; and J. .M. Tilford, outside sentinel. A. J. Raier was chosen to the grand divis ion, which will meet at Atlanta, Ga., in May, and W. W. Proctor was chosen as alternate. For Over Fifty Ymm Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for teething. It Koothes, softens the gums, allays pain, cures colic. Best remedy for diarrhcea. 25 cents a bottle 312 and 114 W est Sth. Peerless Steam Laundry. Wkiaw tii.as at Holme's Drug Store, j 1 j 1 f t !. J I i 1 II 1 I iJ I ' ill i .!.,,! 33 I V ii 11 ii THINK WE YOU WANT. of a few ! I Smyrna Hups, all sizes. Wilton Kuks. 27x14 Itn-ti to :Wx72 Inch. Keversible lirussels Ktigs. all sices. 1 lash Itujrs. all sizes. Axminster lilies, carpet sizes. Japanese Itutrs, 3 ft. by r. ft. to 1 It. by 1", ft. Ingrain Art Square for 1 i n in tr Kooiu. Screens. Hassoc k, and Blocking Cases. I.aee C urtains, Portierres ami Table Covers. Carpet Sweet ers that we guarantee to he the finest lu the market. n n a il lie flO. 625 TEN UNFORTUNATE ONES. A Oo.xlly Batch of Kvll Iors Will I5e Taken to I.afislnj; Ihls Week. At least ten unlucky and misguided wretches will be transported from the Shawnee county jail to the Kansas state penitentiary sometime during this week. Following is the list: Wm Halford, who broke into a Silver Lake farm house and didn't get any money, goes over for one year. Frank White who broke into the Baptist church and stole a pair of Rev. J. B. Thomas' rubber boots, will have to serve a term of one year. C. L. Tracy, who is not in clover now, but who stole eight bushels of it, must servo eighteen months. George Hurst and Charley Simpson, who broke into the room of Mrs. Yates in the Veale block, will each be in prison for one year. Guy Pier will servo a term of one year for breaking into the Kyle te Co. store, and John Stenman, who hatched the name plot, will serve two years. John Hogan, who was caught and tied by the leg while trying to rob M. Manson's house in North Topeka, has a three year sen tence to work out George Gordon, the gold trick man, and John L Longdon, who is acquainted with a .Mrs. Brown, have not yet been sentenced, but will be soon and they will bo taken over with the others. Longdon says he will marry Mrs. Brown when he has served his term. He feels very bad. WASHBURN NOTES. tVhere Stmlpntu anU Tw-heri Will Spend CliriiitfiiaK Vacation. The freshmen now carry Prince of Wales crook canes. .Miss Emma Pixley will attend the State Teachers' association. Monday the football team elected M. P. Gould captain for next year. Miss Bertha Lovewell. preceptress at the cottages, will visit friends iu Minne apolis, Kan. Mis3 Emma K. Denison, instructor in vocal music, will vi3it friends in Colora do Springs. Miss Helen Ingalls, instructor in in strumental music, wdll visit her sister iu Cedar Falls, Iowa. Prof. Griifith, instructor in art, will be at home in Emporia. Misses Ella Scott and Edna Foster, on their way home, will visit Miss Mollie Wilkerson in Ottawa. Misses Faooy and Flossie Moon will entertain several cousins at their home on Monroe street. W. li. Adams will make a business trip through Iola, Garnett, Independence, CutTeyviLe and Cherryvale, Most of the prize debaters of both lit erary societies will remain in the city to study up on their debates. Mi3s Minnie Cotton will visit her sister Mrs. lletrick, in Kansaa City, and will be at home in Joplin, Mo., in tim for Christ mas. Miss Rice of the art department will not return after holidays, but will con duct the drawing classes in the schools of Cherryvale. M. P. Gould will take atrip to Olathe, Paola, Ft Scott, Columbus and Joplin, Mo , and spend Christmas day at home, near Wamega Messrs. Boss, Strong, Axtell and Polk will assist Rev. Harry .Mills in conduct ing evangelical services in Strong City luring the rest of this week. Last evening Miss Ingalls and Miss I 'a. I II liQ J That are Useful and I 1 11 Are what you are all looking for so m et h i ng that is sub stantial and something tliat does not cost too much. WE HAVE WHAT Look at the list appropriate iSfiUSftS AVE. ! Denison very pleaiantlv entertained j tho members of thfs Washburn cli.b I with "an evening with American com- posers." "The Development of Mu-ic in j America," by Miss Denison, was an ex I cellent and interesting paper. Among the pupils who participated Miss Pond, j in "Shadow Dance," and Miss Barley in i ".My Redeemer and My Lord," showed ' ekiil and pleased their hearers mo-t. Thi I chorus of young ladies sanir very l eauti- fully, showing much careful drill by Miss Denison. j u ntTr I N(iT.! eff. Tlie Meeting at tli. Court Il(ui f.ast Nitflit Kflatfcl to riHtor OtUffk. A hand bill was circulated last Satur day calling a meeting of tax pavers at the court house for last night to discuss "Our Interests us Tax Payers." It vv.i s signed by several well known col jred men. About twenty colored men assembled at the court house last night in response to the call and it was found that there was only one man who had anything to say and that was the restless colored man Jelf Davis, who proceeded to air th rec ord of Rev. G. D. Olden, a colored Bap tist preacher with whom h has had some trouble. The crowd did not want to hear him and his speech was cut short, bv a motion to adjourn which was adopt el TWO CENTS A ( ARE, Heiii-hinann'i "Yellow I.u el t om . rrsse I Vpatt Will be sold in future at two cents per cake by the following leading grocers: Geo. Yunggreen, J. S. Sproat, FitzgeraldA: Linnan, Weber & Co, Dranstidd & D.ck, M. M. L ngler.s, G. R Heisse, R. E. French, Green & Kale, D. I). Knox, (lea ". Beach, S. M. Lux. J. S. Grice, P. Brodersun, Whittelsey Mercantile Co. at both stores. W. W. Manspeaker Mercantile Co., A. A. Buck. SOUTH TOPKKA. Green fc Kale, Berry Bros., Johnson At Adams, Collisi A; Co. Asic For It. Swift A: Holliday's ass jrtrnent of silver small good-, is the largest in the city. New and choice designs in brushes a-, d combs, smoking trays, calendar-1, atomiz ers, soap boxes, pocket, flasks, hair curl ers, can llestieks.erumb trays, match box es, etc., etc. Tjavelingca-ej for Indies and gentle men from $1.00 to t i'j-i'j e-cli at hwift A" Holliday's. Prescott & Co. nave removed to No lia West Eighth street Call up Phone 1515 and have our wagon call for your bundle. Toi-KKA Steam Laundky. oliliy t ii it atEkberg's, 71(i Kansas avenue. We put on new neckbands on shirts Peerless Steam Laundry,, Hi an t 111 West Eighth street Prescott & Co. have removed to No. lia West Eighth street Swift Ao HoMiday are closing out their tine fans at cost An opportunity to cure a nice present at a low prica. ff 1 h n o V J (b o o ( o o b o o d x O ( X o o o 0 d h d d o