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Tim thing that quail
ft as a person to give ad"
vice est- any subject Is
experience experience
creates knowledge
t'o ether person has so
wide an experience with
frmala Ills nor such a
record of success as
F.Irs PInkham has. hadm
Over a hundred thou
sand cases come he fore
her each year Soma per
sonally, ethers hy mail
And this has feeca going
on for20 years, day after
day and day after day
Twenty years c con
stant success think cf
the knowledge thus
gained I Surely women
are wise In seeking Sid
vice from a woman with
such' an experience, es
pecially when It is free .
If you are ill get a bottle
of LydJa E PInkham's
Vegetable Compound at
once then write F.Irs
PInkham, Lynn, F.Jassa
Men's Calf Shoes, coin toe, welt,
3.00 and S3.50 broken
Ladles' Tan Oxfords broken
sizes an up-to-date Shoe, $2 and
82.50 on sale next week
503 Kansas Ave.
Piano Secrets
The fact that we can furnish a
good Piano at a very low price, has
given us one of the most successful
week's business since starting here.
The secret of our success will be
largely in the amount of confidence
you can have in us. There will be
no misrepresentations to any in re
gard to our Pianos. But a certain
amount of profit placed on our
goods and no more.
An Elegant New Piano for
$185 to $209
The Elegant Sohmer Piano for
S350 and $500
is the story in a nut shell.
Come and see us.
515 Kansas Ave.
Did you notice in Thursday's
Journal that we pay mora taxes
than any other Music House in the
1 citv.
"A Skin of Beauty Is a Jov Forever. "
Fuxuies as well a ilaut:es tha Sk.j-.No
other cosmetic will do U.
P.fraoes Tai
Finises, KrecK
les.Mjtb Patcb.
M-i.ii d's?as.ea,
and ewery blem
ish on b!utv.
auu Uefias de
tection, it Da.
stood the ttwt of
O'J year, aud is
so'harmlei wo
taste it to b
, sura it is prop-
erv ui:ula. -Ac
c-Mit uocountor-
le t ut similar
uants. Dr. L.
a. f ayr sahl u a .auy 01 tne naut-tou ( a pa
tient ) : "As you lacliMs will me tdwin. I reeoio.
iwmiiI 'Gouraiid' I ream' a the loast harnuul
-f a;t sUiu iT-ariUiou-i." For sa:e ly al
1'ruiC" aud l;uioy tiootis l?tuir in tr.o U.
b . l anadas. and t'.uropo. FKRI). 1. HOFivlNs.
irtuo r. a; Great Joutu 3W- 1.
Some one in i
R. Emporia, I
Junction City, Abilene, Salina
and Manhattan to handle the
Oxygenor. Seme one that can
give at least part of his or her
time to the work. 1
Kansas Oxygenor Co.,
G35 !Tan3as Avj., Tc?oka, Zas.
Field GlaiSs and Telescopes at Chas.
Bennett's, optician, Tii Kan, Ave.
Social Calendar For Next Week.
Continued from page 9.
The supper for the Da.vis-Whitelock
bridal party 'to be given by Misses
Myrtle and Ivah Davis.
Mrs. Ashton's luncheon In honor of
Miss Winifred Wagner and Miss Lil
lian Whitelock.
The annual picnic of the Current
Literature club at Garfield parte In the
Miss Vera Low's dinner In the even
ing for the Davis-Whitelock bridal
In the morning will be the Staufen-burg-True
wedding, and In the evening
ttiore will be three, including that of
Miss Ionian Whitelock and Mr. Frank :
Davis. Miss Louise Jones and Mr.
Thomas Kendall, Miss Sara Deisher and
Mr. James Doncyson.
Mrs. Dixcy's card party in the morn
ins. D. A. R, Entertained.
Mrs. A. T. Daniels and Mrs. N. F.
Handy entertained the Daughters of
trie American Revolution very pleas
antly Friday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Daniels, complimentary to Mrs.
A. H. Thompson.
The rooms were prettily decorated
with flowers and potted plants, and at
the close of the afternoon refreshments
were served.
The feature tjf the afternoon was an
informal talk by Mrs. Thompson on
the D. A. R. convention she attended
in Washington during the winter. Her
taik was not confined strictly to D. A.
K. news, but Included interesting facts
about noted places visited by her dur
ing the winter. Mrs. Thompson is a
charming soeaker, and her talk was
much enjoyed, as were also vocal
numbers by Mrs. Waldemar v. Dahlen.
There were twenty-four guests present.
A Kitchen Shower.
Miss Lillian Whitelock has been the
guest of honor at many delightful af
lat s during the past week, but one
ot the most enjoyable was a kitchen
shower given Friday afternoon, by Mrs.
Charles Barnes.
There were about sixteen guests pres
ent, and each one took with her a
kRchen utensil, securely tied up. One
Dy one these packages were passed
around, and each one guessed what
they contained, after which Miss White-
loci: opened them. There were a great
many useful articles, and, strange as
it may seem, no duplicates.
During the afternoon musical num-
bersi by Miss Vera Low, Mrs. George
Port Ashton, Miss Helen Thomoeon
and Miss Winifred WagnerTr were
much enjoyed. Mrs. Barnes was as
sisted in entertaining by her mother,
Mrs. S. J. Bear, and Miss Augusta
Flintom. of Lawrence. A dainty two
course luncheon closed a very pleasant
Notes and Personal Mention.
Mrs. Harry "Weaver of Kansas City
in in Topeka visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. McClintock, on West
Tenth avenue. Mr. Weaver will come
up this evening to spend Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Lewis is spending a few
Jays with friends in Kansas City.
Mrs. C. E. Wardin and sons went to
Caw ker City, Kas., Thursday for a two
weeks' visit.
Miss Katherine Ernich will go to Fort
Scot;; Monday for a six weeits visit.
Miss Vera liiw will entertain the
Davis-Whitelock bridal party at dinner
Tuesday evening.
Sta.cy Hadley went to Holton today
for a. week's visit with friends.
Miss Ethel Cockrell will go to Vidette
Kan., next week for a week's visit.
"Sorosis Children's Day" in being ob
served this afternoon by a picnic on th
Wasnburn college campus. The moth
ers and children will be Joined for sup
per by the lathers.
Mrs. J. W. Forest of Thayer, Kan., is
spending a few days "in Topeka with
Mrs. F. E. Holyoke at 617 West Seventh
J. W. K. Lemon is visiting in Chicago
Mrs. R. T. Updegraff. of Maple Hill
who is the guest of Mrs. O. P. Upde
graff, will return to her home Sunday.
Miss Keita L pdegrafc will accompany
her for a lew days' visit.
Mrs. James B. Hayden, Miss Bessie
Hayden, Mrs. A. R. Lingafelt and Miss
Vera Low are spending the day in. Kan
sas City.
Mrs. T. B. Dixcy will entertain at
cards next Thursday morniiag at her
home on West Tenth avenue.
Miss Gregory is spending ;x few days
in Topeka with her cousin. Miss Hattie
Mills on her way to her homa In Michi
gan from a visit in Cottonwood Falls.
Dr. G. J. Mulvane and daughter Haael
returned today from Faribault, Minn.,
wher? they attended the commencement
of Shattuek Military school.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Siegfried- left to
day for a three weeks visit with friends
in Ctiicago and Omaha.
Miss Edith Davis came over from
Atchison today to spend Sunday with
her parents on West Eighth avenue.
Mm, Harry Sharp and daughters
Hleri and Gladys came up from Kansas
City Friday and are visitin? Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Baker on West Sixth avenue.
1 Mrs. D. K. Lantern entertained a
( number of little people very pleasantly
t Thursday afternoon in honor of her
daughter Myrtle's third birthday.
Games were played and refreshments
served. The little hostess was the re-
I cipient of a number of pretty presents
i The guests were Lizzie Smith, Fay
Freidburg, Blanche Steadman, Haze
i Rogers. May Howard. Lavocne Adam
son, Jeannett Lung, Emma Grilly, Ha
I bel Lipper. Maudie Upper. Mabel and
, Matrgie Jilson. France Annie Henderson
j Bernard Smith, Abe Ulamperl, Raymond
i Sivsilman. Ralph Steadman, Eddie Wil
; cox. Earl Batman and Elsie f murr.
f Mrs. L. Kiene and children, Marguer
i ite ard Francis, will leave tomorrow to
visit relatives in Galena and Louisburg.
Apollo Concert
The free Apollo recital Saturday night
begins at 8 : 30. at the music rooms of
the K. B. Guild Music Co.
There will be rendered a fine pro
gramme of popular, as well as classi
cal music.
In addition to the above. Miss Dot
Lestr will render some of the latest
popular ballads, and Misa" Fay Tinchr
will play some of the latest guitar solos.
Ideal Summer Tours.
The ideal route for Summer Tourist
travel is the Grand Trunk Railway sys
tem reaching directly all the most pop
ular Lake. River. Mountain and Sea
shore resorts of the east.
Full partieulars and copies of Sum
mer Tourist literature on application to
J. H. Bursts. City Passenger and Ticket
As-iti. m Clark st., -corner Jackson
Boulevard. Chicago.
Swan Fountain Pens
Fitted with Mabie Todd and Band's
gold pons. All grades of points stub
to extra tine. Bennett's book store, 730
Kansas avenue.
A New Story
In our library of 5 cent books,
nett'a hook store.
Is it a burn? T'se rr. Thomas" Eclec
tric Oil. A cut? Vae Dr. Thomas'
Etiettrlc Oil. At your druggist's.
The Golf club has 44 members.
J. F. Myers has returned from Sa
Iina. The state house lawn is being mowed
The state board of charities has ad
journed. The city council will meet next Mon
day evening.
There was a large crowd at the band
concert last night.
Mrs. R. T. TJpdegraff. of Maple Hill,
la visiting in the city.
George Clark, secretary of state; is
fishing at Iake View.
The census enumerators are expected
to finish their work today.
Mr. W. J. Faulkner, the dollar gas
man, iias returned to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Witmore are visit
ing friends in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Cocallne is a popular soda drink at
Keene s fountain, 803 Kansas avenue.
Chris Ritter, county attorney of
Allen county, was in the city today.
Mrs. Thorpe is In need of clothes for
poor boys between the ages of 7 and 14.
Work on the amphitheater for the
horse show will be commenced Monday.
Dave Gossett broke the local ten pin
record a few nights ago with a score of
Judge A. H. Horton has returned
from McPherson where he attended
H. A. Heath has returned from at
tending the agriculturists' meeting at
Assistant Jailer S. W. Pasken of the
county Jail is confined to his home on
account of sickness.
Frank Grimes, Btate treasurer, has
gone to Philadelphia to attend the na
tional convention.
The foundations of the Gage annex
to Stormont hospital will be finished
within a few days.
It ia noticeable this year that all the
prairie schooners passing through the
city are headed west.
The Y. M. C. A. tennis courts on the
corner of Sixth avenue and Monroe
street are quite popular.
Miss Gussie Whitehead, of Vulcan,
Mich., is visiting her cousin, Miss Lena
Prouty, S15 Topeka avenue.
It is a safe bet that every amateur
photographer In the city has taken a
snap shot at the capltol.
Miss Spencer, teacher of elocution
and music in Washburn, is spending
the summer in Brooklyn, Iowa.
W. A. Sloo, of Topeka, has been, com
missioned as a notary public Once
more Shawnee county scores.
Capt. H. M. Phillips disposed of 49
shares of the Kansas exposition yester
day without leaving his office.
The excavations for the basement of
the new addition to the government
building in this city have been made.
Large delegations of Arions will come
to Topeka today for the annual sanger-
fest, which begins tonight at Anon nail.
The women's clubs of Topeka will
place the iron seats under the trees
In the state house grounds next week.
Dr. Mvron Axtell. who recently re
turned from Africa, will speak in the
Y. M. C. A. rooms Sunday afternoon at
SuDerintendent W. M. Davidson, of
the city schoola,lectured on "Patriotism
and the Public Schools" at Ottawa this
Professor Hyde and wife, of Wash
burn college, accompanied by Miss
Ethel Da vies, left yesterday to go to
The Rev. H. A. Ott, who has been at
tending the Lutheran conference in
Leavenworth this week, has returned to
his home.
Greer Nairle of Douglas, delegate to
the national Republican convention
from the Fourth district, was in To
peka Friday.
S. G. Pattle, county clerk of Butler
oonntv. who has been here for several
davs on business, left last night for
Selections from TI Trovatore" and
the "Jollv Fellows' " waltz were the
features of the Marshall band concert
last night.
Rev. Abram Wymaa will speak on
"The Helpfulness of George Eliot's
Portrayal of Character" at the Unity
church Sunday.
Innes and his band, as well as Sousa
and his band, will visit Topeka during
the winter.- Innes will play at Atlan
tic City this summer.
Mavor Drew has received a letter
from the Interstate Press association
in St. Louis inquiring the whereabouts
oC Mrs. Chas. L. Griffith.
Delegates to the Republican league
which will meet in this city June 2S, wiil
be chosen by the Republican flambeau
club next Wednesday evening.
W W. Firth, general agent of the pas
senger department of the Rock Island
railroad, with headquarters in Denver,
was a Topeka visitor yesterday.
Tanner Bros., the former proprietors
of the store at the corner of bixtn ana
Quincy streets, are preparing to open
a big department store in Emporia.
Secretary Coburn has bought and is
having screens placed over the windows
rf his new offices. THIS IS tne only
office in the building boasting this
Ralph Martin, a driver for Green &
Co.. was badly bruised in a runaway
recentlv. He was dragged for some
distance along the ground but no bones
were broken.
Frank L. Sheeks. of Sherman, Texas,
is in the citv. visiting Major Wm.
Sims. Mr. Sheeks is agent for the
Houston & Texas Central railroad in
Athletic contests will be held Wednes
dav evening on the Y. M. C. A. athletic
e-rounds. A cake will be given the win
ner cf the broad and long jump from a
high box.
There are a few vacancies in the To
rvc-k-a Athletic association and thi
ould be a good time for new members
to come in before the limit is reached
again in the tail.
Crane & Co. have put up In special
bindings the first six numbers of the
Twentieth Century Classics which have
had a large sale, in the bouna votume
they are exceedingly handy.
The Rev. D. M Fisk of tha First Con
gregational church in this city, will de
liver an address in Aims next w eans.
day evening o "World Conquests for
Christ in the Nineteenth Century."
Kittie Smothers, a colored graduate
from the Kansas university, has been
2k- -J A
food will lay
Id the stomach
undigested for
days and tbes
you wonder why
you feel m.
Cleanse tho bow
eta with, tha Bit
ters and you will
not suffer from
Heartburn or
It will strenstli
cn four stomaetu
t i - , .
13 fO
appointed teacher in the colored school
at Guthrie, Oklahoma, sne was
prominent witness in the Collins trial.
J. S. SDroat. former proprietor of the
Star grocery, has purchased stock in
the Parkhurst-Davis Mercantile com
pany. He has a desk at the office and is
looking after the tobacco and tea de
The Wella Fargo Express company
has notified -it3 employes that hereafter
it will pay the expenses incurred by
employes in furnishing bond. The com
pany also pays the premium on the
bonds for the past year.
Delegates to the Republican conven
tion and travelers from Oklahoma yes
terday were wearing novel buttons.
The buttons are about three inches in
diameter and give the yield of all the
different crops in Okianoma last year.
The second section of one of the
trusses at the city hall was raised yes
terday .and put in place, it required
but thirty minutes to raise it while it
required two Hours to raise tne nrst
one. vv hen the men pecome more ac
customed to the work it will be ad
vanced rapidly.
William Harris, who has during the
past eight months held the position of
managing editor on the iaindealer, nas
accepted a position with a national ne
gro publication in Washington, U. C
Chas. S. Hunter, a teacher from Mis
souri will succeed Mr. Harris on the
The referees In hankruntcv for Kan
sas have been reappointed by Judge
Hook. They are: J. G. Slonecker, 'lo
peka; T. J. White, Kansas City: Z. C.
Milliken, Salina: T. a. wall, Wichita.
Their present term of office will expire
July 14 and the reappointment is for
two years from that date.
A woman delegate to the Knights and
Ladies of Security council remarked
yesterday to her companion as they
came down the stairs: "Don't tell me
anything more about women talking at
sewing societies and church socials.
never saw such a lot ot old gabbers as
those men up stairs are. They make
me nervous.
Rev. W. L. Grant, L. Spaulding, Rev
Geo. F. Brown and Thos. Weddington
yesterday called on Governor Stanley
and secured his acceptance of an invita
tion to make an address on next Wed
nesday evening, the 20th, at Shiloh Bap
tist church, corner Buchanan and
Twelfth streets. The meeting will be
public and every one is Invited.
The Hall Lithographing company Is
about to publish a wall map of the
city of Topeka. This will be the first
official map of the city ever published.
The high standing of the Hall people
will insure the accuracy of the map and
the high quality of the production. The
attractive posters of the Topeka horse
show now displayed were lithographed by
this same firm.
The St. John's A. M. E. church has
been having a hard tussle with a $6,000
debt. A committee consisting of the
pastor, the Rev. G. H. Shaffer. A. P.
Smith and A. Bass were appointed to
solicit and receive subscriptions. They
have been assured that if they are able
to raise half, the other half would be
made up by Topeka parties. The com
mittee will make a report to the mem
bers of the church on Sunday. The ser
vices in the morning and evening will be
conducted by Dr. A. H. Attaway of
The Central Congregational church
will observe Children's day tomorrow
at 11 o'clock, with a programme of
song and recitation. Classes will be
graduated from both the primary and
intermediate departments, certificates
to be conferred by Prof. D. L. MeEach
ron, the superintendent of the Sunday
school. A vocal solo will be rendered
and short talks given by Mrs. Hardy
and Mrs. McEachron, superintendents.
respectively, of the primary and Inter
mediate departments, also by the pas
tor. An interesting day is promised and
the public is cordially invited.
Appellate Court Refuses to Release
Fool Grinstead.
The court of appeals this morning
decided the application made by A. M.
Harvey to allow Pool Grinstead bail
pending the decision of his case in the
court of appeals. The court refused to
allow bail, on the grounds that the
court is without power" to allow the de
fendant bail.
Friday evening the court handed
down the following list of opinions:
Missouri Pacific Railway company vs.
Kliza J. Phelps, etc., Leavenworth;
Dora K. Bringler vs. Mutual Benefit
Insurance company. Douglas: revereed.
T .P .Seymour vs. T. E. Armstrong
et aL, Shawnee: affirmed.
The John S. Brittain Dry Good com
pany vs. Julius Merkel et al., Jackson;
John R. Kelley vs. J. H. Ford et al.
Wyandotte: affirmed.
Philio Cribling et al. vs. KUzabeth
Rhodd. Brown; affirmed.
August Tessendorf vs. J. B. Lassa,-
ter, Pottawatomie; affirmed.
H. Samuels et al. vs. James R. Burn-
ham et al., Shawnee: affirmed.
H. II. Hagan et al. vs. Charles Sheri
dan, Pottawatomie; reversed.
Kd Farkhurst et al. vs. Henry Sharp,
.Riley: reversed.
Clarerce C. MeClung et al. vs. Rosalia
Hold, Wyandotte; affirmed.
Sarah Palmer vs. Hudson River State
Hospital association, Johnson: affirmed.
Alary Blackburn vs- Benjamin Bal
ance et al., Wyandotte; affirmed.
Well Known People Appointed to
Manage Charities Association.
F. W. Blackmar of Lawrence, presi ¬
dent of the Kansas organization of
charities and corrections, perfected dur
ing the recent national conference in
Topeka. has named the executive com
mittee for the state as follows:
Chairman, Frank Nelson, state super
intendent, J. W. Gleed and Mrs. W. A.
I Johnston. Topt-ka.
Other committees will be named from
time to time as the president determ
ines upon the membership.
Stocks at a Standstill.
New York, June 16. The stock mar
ket has swung almost to a standstill
under the accumulated uncertainties of
the fate of the spring wheat crop, the
outcome of the complications In China
and the limits, still undefined, to which
tli reaction in business will extend.
Business at the stockexchange has been
strirtly in the hands of professional
traders and even they have shown in
creasing disinclination to trade owing
to the difficulty in Inducing prices to
move sufficiently to yield attractive
profits. Bonds have shared fully in the
dullness of the trading.
Cakes made from Aurora high
patent fiour and Jack Prcst Baking
Powder. Cream and cake is of the best
and only t cents a dish. Shawsee
grocery, 10S East Sixth street.
Rock Xalaad Route.
Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
$24.00 for the round trip; final return
October 31st-
Divorees never occur in families that
use Jack Frost Baking Powder and
Aurora hleh patent flour. Shawnee
Grocery, Vjii Kast Sixth street.
The Topeka Trotting
Association and Gentle
men's Racing Club,
will give a Matinee at the
Good Trotting, Pacing, and
Running Races.
Miss Lizzie Williams will
give an exhibition of Profes
sional Hurdle Riding.
CMllron anl Carriages Free.
Is Investigating: Charges Against
Lieut. Com. Colwell.
New York, June 16. A special dis
patch to the Herald from Washington,
Lieutenant Commander J. C. Colwell,
just relieved as American naval at
tache in London, is under investigation
for failure to obey orders or the navy
department. A court of inquiry, of
which Captain F. A. Cook and Medical
Director C. H. VV hite are members, is
sitting for this purpose in Washington
navy yard.
Lieutenant Commander Colwell re
ceived orders to report on a certain date
in the united States preliminary to go
ing to the Philippines. He failed to re
port and sent an explanation that his
condition was Buch, in consequence of
an operation, that it was inadvisable
for mm to travel. It is alleged that he
subsequently placed himself under med
ical treatment in order to justify his
The department believed that Lieu
tenant Commander Colwell had tried to
get out of his orders so aa to remain
longer in London. The court is expected
to submit its findings in a few days.
Boy Who Flayed the Son Got a Bullet
in His Cheek.
Chieago. June IS. A special to the
Record from St. Louis says: Robert
Hoesle, 12 years old, and Gordon Col
lier, 9 years old, played William Tell
here with almost fatal results. The
boys got a revolver and for awhile
amused themselves flourishing the
weapon in wild west fashion. Then
they remembered the story of William
Tell, and Hoesle agreed to represent
the son, using part of a brick instead
of the apple. Collier fired at the brick,
but hit his companion in the cheek, in
flicting a wound which is serious.
Walter W. Smith Performs Two Sen
sational Wheel Feats.
New York, June 16. In a private trial
at Berkeley Oval, Walter W. Smith, a
young member of the Kings county
wheelemn of Brooklyn, brokp two
world's amateur cycling records. Paced
by a motor-cycle. Smith made a half
mile, with a flying start, in :45, and a
mile in 1:28. Thi3 lops seconds from
the former motor-paced flying start rec
ord of 1:32 2-5, made by A. W. Ross at
Washington, D. C.,on November 23, 1899,
and onehalf second from the former
half mile record of :454, made by Geo.
Fuller at San Jose, CaL. on December
3, 1S99.
Will Remit 30 Per Cent on Import
Duties Until Jan. L
Washington, June 16. Consul General
McNally informs the state department
that by a recent decree only 70 per cent
of the total import duties and extras
will be charged in the custom houses
and frontier stations on merchandise
imported into the republic of Guate
mala from the 1st of July until the 31st
of December, 1900, the 30 per cent reduc
tion being for the benefit of the im
porter. Mr. Xamburner'a Gymnasium.
Mr. J. P. LImeburner, of one of the
leading Chicago papers, is spending his
summer vacation with relatives in To
peka. While here he has established a
gymnasium on West Eighth street and
is giving instruction to a number of
young people in that vicinity, among
them being Misses Marie Arthur. Viva
Brown, Mildred Poindexter, Messrs.
Chester Arthur, Willie Bailey and Karl
Poindexter. Tha gymnasium is well
fitted up with punching bags. Indian
clubs, boxing gloves and a trapeze-
Claims Commission Maeta.
Washington, June IS. The Chilean
claims commission assembled at the
state department for the purpose of or
ganization and the member duly qual
ified. Arrangements axe being made for
suitable accommodations for th com
mission which will begin work forth
with. Lutherans in Session.
Burlington, Iowa, June 16. The
Swedish Lutheran synod assembled
here today with delegates present from
all parts of the country. The election
of president for Auguntana college at
Rock Island, 111., will be the ehief fea
ture of the assembly.
Homeseekers Excursion via Santa Fe
On June 19th will sell tickets to points
in Arkansas, ArUona, Indian Territory,
Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and
Texas, also to Rocky Ford, Colo., and
local points east thereof. Tickets limit
ed 21 days. Liberal stopover privileges
on going trip. See T. L. King, Agent,
Ice cream is furnished b? Baughman
Bros, and is of the best. Only 2 cents
a dish. Shawnee Grocery.
Made from Distilled and Filtered Spring Water
prices ssi
10 Founds Sally $1-50 per &es.t2u
15 " " 2 00 "
20 " " 2 50 " -
25 " 3O0 "
50 Poa&is, One Delivery.... 20 Cents.
100 " " " 35 Cents.
200 " " " 60 Cents.
300 " " " 75 Cents.
f?f7&n Faf3
Telephone Xo. 857.
Do You Live
near the new pavements ? If so, a
BICYCLE becomes a necessity. We want'to show
you our stock and talk Wheel to you.
Prices, $25 to $75.
Columbia, Tribune and Andrae Bicycles-
Telephone 706.
Items Intended for this column should
be left with the Kimball Printing com
pany. S35 Kansas avenue.
Mrs. Plerson is quite ill at her home
near Shorey.
' Mrs. Maria A. Tripp, of Meriden, was
a North side visitor today.
Gene Campbell went to Ellis today
to visit hj sister, Mrs. J. E. Griest.
Miss Maud Chipman returned yester
day from a visit of a few days to Law
rence friends.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Burns and Miss
Clara Burns, of Holraan's addition,
went to St. joe today.
Miss Mamie Smith, of West Gordon
street, has returned from a Bhott visit
to friends In Mayetta. .
W. G. Brooks will deliver a temper
ance lecture at Asbury chapel. Sunday
evening, June 17, at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Charles Elder and children,
Joe'e and Minnie, have gone to Law
rence to visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. Woodford and children returned
today from a visit of a week to the
farm of Mr. Barker, six miles north of
Miss Moyer, who has been attending
school at the agricultural college at
Manhattan, has returned to her home
north of town.
Mrs. MeOrew and daughter, Mrs.
Belle, Ward, have returned from Leon
ardsville. where they have been for
several months.
Miss Edith Kent returned today to
Sioux City, Iowa, after a visit of two
weeks to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Kent, of Jackson street.
G. W. Petro came in last evening
from a three weeks' business trip over
the western part of the state, and will
visit his family over Sunday.
Mr. John French, foreman of the
Santa Fe blacksmith snops. was called
to St. Louis yesterday by a telegram
announcing the death of his daughter.
Services tomorrow at the Church
of the Good Shepherd, corner of Lau
rent and Quincy street, will be sun
day school at 9:45. evening prayer with
sermon at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Carrie Muff, colored, died last
night at midnight at her home. 1321
Lincoln street. The funeral will be held
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
Rev. Barker's church.
Mrs. A. S. Kane and little son. Ar
thur Sharrard, came home today from
Atchison, where they have been visit
ing Mrs. Kane's parents. Mr. and Mr.
Sharrard, for the past two weeks.
At the Central Avenue Christian
church tomorrow at 11 o'clock Mr. F.
A. Powell will have for his subject
"Wheat and Tares," and in the evening
at 8 o'clock his subject will be "Love."
As Alva Crist, of Rochester, was re
turning home from a trip to Topeka
last evenins at 6 o'clock his horse
became frightened at the engine of the
west bound passenger train at the U. P.
depot and started to run away. Young
Crist and a small boy ho was with
him were thrown out, but not injured.
The horse then collided with a team
driven by Judge Guthrie, who In com
pany with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rising
and little daughter was returning from
a trip over the rural delivery routes
of Menoken township. Judge Guthrie
was thrown out ot the carriage back
wards and struck the pavement with
the back of his head. Mrs. Rising and
dausht'r were not injured but Mr.
Rising was slightly bruised. The car.
riage was considerably broken up. as
was also the cart belonging to the boys.
Judge Guthrie was taken to hia home
in a semi-conscious condition.
l anially full of (Terms and dagger that ahe loeka forward ta the entieal hour wita appre
hension and dread. MOTHsa's Pbibsd, by i:a penetrating and toothing prorxMties, allayi nauaea,
nervousness and all unpleasant feeling, and ao prepares the system that ske passes through the
event safely with bat Utile suffering, as numbers have testified and said, " it is worth its weight
in gold." It is sold by all 4rvg-
fiats, nok containing la
le information to ail, mailed
free, upon application to the
BnanpiELD Rboclstos Com
sahv, Atlanta, Oeorgia.
Fira rrsrs
OHiee 112 W. 2d St.
113 West Eighth Street.
Stem wind and set. We guarantee
' them. Only a -few left, at
724 Kansas Avenue.
Chicago's Mayor Will Not Accept
Gubernatorial Nomination.
Chicago, June 16. Mayor Carter H.
Harrison today reiterated his statement
concerning his candidacy for governor
of Illinois by expressing emphatically
his refusal to accept the nomination
under any circumstances. The mayor
said that he had pledged his support
to City Treasurer Adam Qrtsotfen for
the governorship.
Special Excursions to Colorado and
June 21, July 7, 8. 9, 1Q, 18 and Aug 2nd
at very low rates, via the Rock Island
Route. See A. M. Fuller for full infor
mation. AH the week we are serving1 ice
cream and cake at 2 cents a dish. SUaw
nee grocery, 108 East Sixth street.
If you want your hair to grow, don't
waste time with hair tonics. Get at the
foundation, which lies in the hair celis
and blood vessels that supply them with
life. Beggs' Hair Kenewer will doit. It
has grown hair on hundreds of bald
heads and will do it for you. R. W.
Squires, Pharmacist, 732 Kansas Ave.
Do not forget to call and see us and
ask us about Jack Frost Baking Pow
der. We guarantee tt. Shawnee gro
cery, 1Q8 East Sixth street,'
I t lev children, sad no
bona can be completely hap
py without theta, yet the
ordeal tkroogh vbtch the
expectant motiicr must pes
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