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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 29, 1800.
NORTH TOPEKA. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. BANK STATEMENTS. J Kcmember the Monday bargains at Cost ley & Post's. Don't forget the K. and L- of S. mask ed ball Monday evening. Mrs. Dearborn of Silver Lake was a North side visitor yesterday, s Mrs. F. C. Giffen of 1020 Kansas ave nue is seriously ill with grip. Mr. and Mrs. John Zirkler have re turned from a visit to friends in St. Joseph,. Mo. Items intended for this column should be left with the Kimball Printing company. Kansas avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beamm of Mc Pherson were the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. George Petro. Mr. and Mrs. Korr.bs have returned to their home in Oklahoma after visiting their daughter, Mrs. John Kull. Mr?. Rice of Kskridge i visiting her daughter. Mrs. Wilbur Hogaboom, at lier home on Kast Gordon street. Mrs. Jonas Lukens returned last eve ning from a short visit to her sister, Mrs. William Ryan, at Kansas City. C P Gillespie left yesterday for his old home at Kdwardsvllle. 111., where lie will spend two weeks visiting relatives. Miss Fannie Nesbitt. night operator at the Western Union telegraph office, is quite- ill at her room at the Union Pa cirie hotel. - Mr and Mrs. W. C. Moore or .,nilli cothe. Mo., who have been visiting Mrs. Moore's sister. Mrs. D. M. Booth, will return to their home oMnday. Mrs. Ptirton and Miss Lizzie Kheren of Atchison county are spending the hol idays here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sparks of Holman's addition. Miss Pearl Nash of Polk street is en tertaining Miss Eva Whitlock of Havensvilie. Kansas. . Miss Whitlock has been attending the Teachers' associ ation. Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Ryder and gon, Charles-, have returned irom Atchison where they spent Christmas visiting Mrs. Ryder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolcott. Mrs. Marv Craig left for her home in Noble, Ukla.. last night after a visit of two months to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wilkerson and her sister, Mrs. Milt Bickell. Mrs. Daniel Armstrong who has been visiting her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong and the family of her nephew. Congressman Charles Curtis, left today for her home in La Crosse, Kansas. Kugene lodge No. 79 I. O. O. F. will enjoy a social evening at their hall. 837 Kansas avenue, next Tuesday evening. There will be a programme which will be followed by a banquet. Miss Jessie Perkins left today for De catur, 111., where she will be the guest of her sister. Mrs. William Gushard. and where her marriage to Mr. D. G. Kline will take place January 30. The members of the W. C. T. tT. will meet with Mrs. Colburn, 1123 Van Buren street Monday afternoon at half-past two. An interesting meeting is antici pated with a New Year's programme for the occasion. All are cordially invited to attend. The Kvening Duplicate Whist ' club plaved last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Raker, 1113 Jackson street. Mrs. E. D .Small substituted for Mr. W. D. Lacey. The highest score, 214, was made by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Baker. Miss Stella Kimball of Manhattan w ho has been attending the StateTeach ers' association returned today to her home. While here Miss Kimball was the guest of her cousins, the Misses Kimball of 2l West Gordon street, and of Miss Maud Kimball of 1016 Polk street, Topeka. Hunting is said to be good In and around North Topeka and many people are enjoying this exhilarating sport. Yesterday a small animal of the genus Mephitis not noted for its odoriferous perfume was killed by Mr. Adams near his store corner of the avenue and Gor don street. on account of illness neither Mr. J. W. Gleed nor Chief Stahl was able to be present at the Law and Order meeting which was held last evening at the Kansas Avenue M. E. church. By re quest Dr. S. ti. Stewart gave an address which was grea'tly appreciated by the audience. Music was furnished by a quartette composed of Mr. J. K. Withers. Mr. Wilbur Hogaboom, Mr. Swartz and Mr. Mussen. with Mrs. A. J. Arnold as accompanist. The Misses Marlett entertained last night for their guests, the Misses Sel lards of Lawrence, who returned to their home today. Progressive crokinole was the game of the evening and was played by Miss Grace Miller, Miss Mabel Miller, Miss Maud Wilson, Miss Kittie Marlett. Miss Clara Marlett, the Misses Sellards. Mr. Charles Root, Mr. Philips, Mr. Clark. Mr. Will Marlett. Mr. Sidney P.lenkarn and Mr. Charles Marlett. Re freshments of ice cream and cake were served. C'OLEMAN-RETTEH. A very pretty Christmas wedding was that of Miss Grace Retter and Mr. Walter Coieman which was solemnized Tuesday evening, December 25, at six o'clock at the home of the bride's parents at Pleasant Ridge. The cere mony which took place in the front par lor was performed by Rev. J. S. Car ruthers of Topeka. The bride wore a becoming gown of white batiste and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. At the conclusion of the ceremony a wed ding supper was served and in the eve ning an informal reception held. . The guetss from Topeka were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. William VanNess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Custen border. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry and Miss Mamie Fitspatrick. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman were the recipients of many handsome presents. To the Editor of the State Journal: Noticing in last evening's Journal an article headed "Struck It Rich" where Ed McGinnis has resigned his position with the Santa Fe to marry a North To peka widow, as far as resigning his position I know and care nothing about, but as to marrying me I say it is en tirely untrue and without any founda tion, and the "nate bit" of property (as lie styled it) I can take care of without bis assistance. mrs. mary Mcdonald. A Non-Interruption Clause. Toungstown. O.. Dec. 29. James Nutt, manager of the labor bureau of the Re public Iron and Steel company, stated today that the company had asked for a conference with the Amalgamated Association of Steel and Iron workers. The conference will be held the latter part of January, and among the things to be disc ussed will be a non-interruption clause. Hunter, N. D. Burned. Hunter. N. D.. Dec. 29. Fir" today de stroyed the business portion of the town. Seven business houses and a number of dwellings were burned. CANCER CURED at home by internal treatment: no knife, plaster or pain. !ftook and testimonials mailed free. Cancer Institute. 121 W. 42d St., New York. MAGNETIC HEALING Everv known disease absolutely cured by absent treatment: terms S2 per month; money refunded if not benefited: write today. 1'rof. A. N. Harris. Terre Haute, Ind. MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cocaine habit: myself cui-ed; will inform you of harmless, permanent home cure. Mrs. fcJwin, box 1212, Chicago. AXD MISCELLANEOUS ADS. FREE MESSENGER, FOB. "WANTS PULL a Postal Teleeranh-Clable Box. or call by telephone No. 417 and have your Want Ada brought to The State Journal office by free messenger. No char&e to you fT messenger service. Cost of classl- riea ads. o cents per line of 3ix wotQJ to me line ana every traction tnereor. SITUATION WANTED. WANTED By a young man attending school, a place tt work tor board. Ad dress "C. M-" care Topeka Business col lege. WANTED A position as pressman: have had 12 ve;trs experience jn cylinder presses and sorne on jobbers. Address M. .M., .w tawrtnee su, iopeKa, Kan. WANTED Position as coachman, house work or work of any kind. Address Si: Kansas ave. WANTED A position as collector; bond given. .Aauress uoiieetor, care journal. WANTED Situation as bookkeeper and - collector; best reference. Address book. keeper." care Journal. WANTED Position by a first class man cook; can take charge of any kitchen pastry or meat: will work at fair wages. but steady job. Address Cook, care Journal. WANTED Work, by a middle aged wo- .man: able to assume place ot trust ana responsibility; nursing or sewing: would fenusekeep for right parties, or hotel. Ad dress i. V.OU1US, general aenvery, j.o peka, Kan. , WAIJTJED EEflALEHELR WANTED Experienced girl for general housework, family of two; no washing. CK '.Tyler .st. WANTED Girl for general housework. Apply 1116 Harrison st. WANTED White girl to do general nousework. &0t Monroe st. WANTED Working housekeeper for board and rooming house. Call after 6 o clocK, evenings, at ojb jviacuson st. WANTED Competent girl, white, for general housework: two in family; good wages to right person. 315 Topeka ave. WANTED White girl for general kitchen work, an west btn st. WANTED Ladies to do piecework for us at home: we rurmsn all materials ana pav $7 to $12 weekly; send stamped envel ope to Roval Co., 34 Monroe st, Chicago. U'i VTTn T nHlaa to clo Tl eec! 1 A worlf frtP us at home; material furnished; pay $5 to JS per week; send stamped envelope for particulars, nome aiiuuJsLi lai -o., v v a bash, Chicago. WANTED -German girl for general housework. Apply 230 Kansas ave. WANTED A competent white girl to do general nouseworK at lopeita ave. WANTED White girl for housework. 1213 Western ave. WANTED MALE HELP. MEN WANTED 30 weekly: position per. manent. distributing circulars, samples, tacking signs, biil posting, etc.; send two stamps for particular's. American Adver tisers' Association, Newport, Ky. EARN a better salary and position; study electricity, mechanical engineer ing, mechanical drawing, at home by cor respondence; thousands successful. Thos. A. Edison endorses Institute. Book "Can 1 Become an Electrical Engineer?" mailed free. Electrical Engineer Institute, New York. WANTED A boy with a wheel. Mrs. Mercer. Crosby Bros. WANTED Faithful persons to travel; salary $7s0 and exenses: absolutely no canvassing: enclose self-addressed stamp ed envelope. Colonial Co., Chicago. "WANTED SALESMEN. SALESMEN WANTED Liberal contract for 19ul ; our proposition is a winner; our sales this year amount to half a million dollars, and salesmen are earning from one hundred to four hundred dollars per month over and above expenses: proofs submitted. We are offering better in ducements for 1901 and can use about five more good men: we train and equip you for success. Address, giving full infor mation as to your qualifications, Clerk B. G., box 170, Minneapolis, Minn. BUSINESS CHANCES. STOCKS BOOMING: wheat and provis ions next; send order now; write for book "Successful Speculation." free. J. K. Comstock & Co., Traders Bldg., Chicago. MUSKOGEE PHOENIX Is the principal newspaper in Indian Territory, where the government Is spending nearly a mill ion dollars in preparation for allotting and opening this fine country. If you wish to know, subscribe. $1 a year. loo paire special numoer with map and many pictures for 25 cents, stamps. Phoenix, Muskogee. I. T. "WANTED AGENTS. AGENTS make big money; Saddle the Broncho puzzle for boys and girls; sam ple 10 cents. Geo. Chapman, 61i-2t8 Dear born St., Chicago. . AGENTS Send one dime for sample portable rubber hat hook, sticks on glass or wood: astonishes everyone. Wilson & Co., 5-1'j Rialto Bldg., Chicago. AGENTS WANTED to sell the latest In vention for producing LIGHT: beats elec tricity: cheaper than kerosene; agents coining money; largest factory:, prompt shipments. The Best Light Company, Canton, O. WANTED Five Knights of Pythias. In good standing, in Kansas and every state: all or part time: salary with com missions. The Hazen Co., New York. WANTED Everywhere, hustlers to tack signs. distribute.eirculars, samplets, etc.; no canvassing: good pay. Sun Advertis ing Bureau, Chicago. CATHOLIC AGENTS Outfit free; men or women, town or country; write at once. C. P. & L. Co., 334 Dearborn St., Chicago. 111. WANTED Energetic man as agent in city and vicinity or state for "Bicycle" rolling store ladders; good commission; ladders heavily advertised: catalogue only required. Address H. N. Youngs, 9 Clinton Place. New York. AGENTS WANTED Male or female, to sell and advertise Dr. Ward's Melolin toilet soup in every county; particulars and samples free. Melolin Mfg. Co., La clede Building. St. Louis. WANTED Industrious men and women in every town to work for us at their homes. No canvassing. We will send work any distance. We have several lines of work to give out, some of which re quires no experience. If you can't devote the whole day to our work, you can earn 15 or SH a week by working an hour or two evenings. Address. Standard Mfg. Co., 142 West 23d St., New York. WANIED-MISCEIiLANEO P3. WANTED A few more horses to winter; box stalls: best attention. O. P. Upde graff. 317 West Sixth st- WANTED Man and wife to rent modern light housekeeping rooms, at 421 Quincy street. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Street showcase. 817 Kansas ave. WANTED Washing and ironing at home. 13 Norris st. WANTED To buy or lease- a small hotel. Address Hotel, care Journal. WANTED To sell you stoves. Warren. WANTED To buy, trade or lease a farm near North Topeka. Address "Farm," care Journal. WANTED 500 sets harness, buargies, wag ons, surries, carts, etc Newell, 922 Kan sas ave. FOR SENT HOUSES FOR RENT Two nice small houses, well located, for S7: city water included. Fred C. Slater. 015 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Furnished , house of ten rooffns for few months; all modern im provements: completelv furnished: two blocks from State house. Apply P O. Box 270. FOR- RENT 9 room residence, barn and 3 acres. 140U West Ttnth. FOR RENT House 6 rooms, city and cis tern water. A.-emented cellar, barn and buggy house, all in good repair, 307 East 10th -st. Inquire at 1255 Clay St., of A. Markley. . FOR RENT 6 room house. 1241 Tyler, modern except heat. 11U7 Topeka ave. FOR RENT House, barn and 20 acres land on Deer creek, east of city, $15 per month. Chas. F. Spencer, Bank of To peka Building. FOR RENT 129 Buchanan. 8 rooms, grates, gas, barn, with some good furniture. IMS West Sixth ave., nice 6 room cot tage, new paper, citv and cistern water in kitchen, good stable. 520 Lincoln St., 7 room cottage, every modern improvement, $24. 1910 Bolles ave., 6 room house, $S. 1311 Clay st., S rooms, grates, bath barn. 815 West Tenth, 5 rooms. 1118 West 10th, 3 rooms. $6. Ii04 Topeka ave., ti rooms, large barn, $5. IIS Woodlawn ave., 9 rooms, modern, barn. 422 Lawrence, 3 rooms, barn, $7. 420 Lawrence, 3 rooms, cellar. $5. J. E. TORRINGTON, Tel. 223. 109 West Sixth st. FOR RENT Modern S room house In Potwin, $25. 5 room house, 1107 Madison, $12. 1420 West Sixth ave., 9 rooms, $25. 813 West Tenth, 6 rooms. $17. 79 Madison, 6 rooms. $15 716 Tyler, 5 rooms, $15. EMMETT E. ROUDEBUSH. 'Phone- 2ii7. 115 West Sixth ave. FOR RENT , . Strictly modern cottage with every con venience, at corner Sixth and Lincoln. TOPEKA. REALTY CO., 534 Kan. Ave. H. MACFERRAN, Mgr. FOB KENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms suitable for housekeeping, to family without children. 312 East 8th st. TO MEMEBERS AND EMPLOYES OF LEGISLATURE: Most of the best tocs near the State house are listed by and can be rented from J. A. DAVIS & CO.. Entrance on 6th ave. 601 Kan. ave. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern, board. 623 Madison st. FOR RENT Good board and room, $3 per week. 411 East 7th. FOR RENT Large nicely furnished room, an east front and double south wmdows. modern conveniences. 523 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Northwest corner 12th and Polk, furnished rooms, bath, gas and heat: board if desired; members of legis lature and transients solicited. Best of reference given. FOR RENT Two or three unfurnished rooms on first floor at 212 East Ninth st. FOR RENT Furnished room, two blocks from State house. Inquire 1017 Kan. ave. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, electric light, bath and closet. 713 Topeka ave. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms.first flpor. 327 Van Buren. FOR RENT Furnished room at 614 Jack son St. Inquire at 119 West 6th st. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms. Inquire J 104 Monroe st. FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeep ing, gas, bath and furnace heat. 421 Quincy st. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE BT J. D. MILLER & CO., 517 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE No. 554 2 rooms, 1 lot. Locust. $325. No. 5145 room, 1 lot, Locust, near 8th, $450. No. 441 4 rooms, 2 lots. East Fourth St., easy terms. $0K). No. 401 4 rooms. 1 lot. Chestnut st. $550. No. .3 rooms, 1 lot, East Eighth $. No. 5637 rooms, 1 lots. Lane, near Huntoon. fine property. $1,650. No. 6507 rooms. 114 lots. Polk, near Huntoon snap. $1,900. No. 508 80 acres 12 miles from Topeka and 3t from Grantville, improved, $2,100. No. 664 80 acres miles southwest of Berryton: well Improved. $2,500. 160 acres of grass land in Ness County; will exchange. $1,200. No. 639 SO acres 3 miles from Hoyt; good house, barn, orchard, etc.; splendid farm; $2,000. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 160 acres 9 miles from Manhattan, Kan., well improved; part bottom land, creek of living water. Price $2,200. Would ex change for a good suburban property in Topeka. 61 acres 3 miles from Topeka," good land well Improved, good house, orchard and creek of living water.- Price $3,000. Would exchange for Topeka property in part. 160 acres in Scott county. Kansas. Will exchange for small property or vacant lots in Topeka. Price $500. 400 acres, well improved, in Graham county, Kansas, part bottom, land and creek of living water. Price $5,000. Will exchange for smaller farm in eastern Kansas. One lot,- good 6 room house, close in, on easy payments. Price $150. J. E. SHAFFER, Old Court House, Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE On installments, or cash: 1295 Fillmore St., barn and cistern. 154 Mulvane st., new cottage. 1,Q34 Van Buren St., 4 rooms, 3930 Van Buren St., 3 rooms. 3004 Lime St., 7 rooms. 620 East 15th St., 4 rooms. 309 Kansas ave., a bargain. Vacant lots near Clay and Fifth. Building sites on Washburn car line. Eighty acre farm near Osage City. 32 acres bottom land, trorth side. Lot 92 Quincy st.. North Topeka. A few shares First National bank. F. J. BROWN. 17 Columbian Bldg. IF YOU WANTCASH FOR YOUR PP.OP erty, list it with W. C. STEPHENSON & CO., 609 Kansas ave. Over .Rigby's. FOR SALE A 7 room house, barn, cistern, city water and 2 lots, close in. A snap at $1,300 if taken at once. PAYNE & THOMPSON, 627 Kansas ave. FOR SALE A fine 80 acre bottom farm 4 miles from Topeka, very cheap. See J. A. DAVIS & CO., Wl Kansas ave. S. M. WOOD & CO., REAL ESTATE, AND LOANS, 534 KANSAS AVENUE. If you want to buy, sell or trade city property. If you want to buy, sell or trade farms, ranches or grass lands, If you have a farm to rent, If you want to rent a farm. If you want to rent houses or stores. If you want a loan. If you want business property. If you want a business. If you want to sell or trade business or business property. See the above business firm, who mean and do business. S. M. WOOD. Have fine east front stone 3 story and basement store building, Kansas ave.; sell for $10,000 cash and easy terms. ' i 1 S. if. WOOD A CO. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE BY BENEDICT & CO. A neat C room house, 1 lots, on new pavement, southwest of cty, water, sewer, shade, $l,S0O, and last half tax. Rents at $12.00. 4 room cottage, 2t blocks of Bethany college, for $SU0. Rents for Sii.OO per month. Elegant new modern home, furnace heat, southwest, on new pavement. Rents for $25 net- Elegenat home or good invest ment. You will like it. See us. 5 room house, 2 lots, near Sixth and Buchanan, 2 lots, $1,5(), $100 cash. 18 acres on West Tenth St., 1 mile this side of Gage park, 2 blocks of car line. Only $150 per acre. If you want big pro fits, buy this. 114 or 3 lots, Tyler, near 12th st; $400 each. 3 lots Lincoln, near 13th St., extra fine walk all in, sewer paid out. Only $200 each. 20 acre tracts, $00 per acre. 7 room house, 1 lots, southwest of Cap itol, near new pavement, for $1,100. Very cheap. 816 acres this county, 9 miles out, im-. proved. $16.50 per acre. Several SO-acre tracts, cheap. See us. BENEDICT & CO., (2nd floor 601 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE BY W M. FORBES. Jl 6 West 6th St. 3 lots on East 6th ave., improved by 6 room cottage, frame store building, large barn, cellar, well, cistern, large shade trees, lawn, corner property. In first class condition; now rented for $300 per year. Price oniy $2,500. one-third cash. No. 700 Morris ave., 1V4 lots, improved by 2 story S room house, cellar, well, cistern, large barn and shade. Price $1,500. 4 lots on Topeka ave., north, improved by a 2 story S room dwelling. 1 story 3 room dwelling, large barn, well, cistern, cellar, large shade trees. Price $2,100. Will take some trade. 12 corner lots in Oakland, adjoining, at a Very low price: shade trees. 2 lots on Fillmore st., 4 room cottage, cellar, cistern, barn, shade; cheap at $400. 2 east front lots on Western ave., soulh of Huntoon St., improved by a two story frame dwelling, cellar, cistern, city water and large barn: bargain at $2,000. 3 lots on Taylor St., close to State house, large 7 room house, cellar, cistern, well, barn and store building. Price $2,500. 2 east front lots' on Shawnee ave., im proved by a five room cottage, large barn, cistern, cellar, shade, brick walks. Price $1,100. Write for description of farms and sub urban properties. W. M. FORBES. Real Estate and Insurance Agency. FOR SALE A 7 room house, barn, cistern, city water and 2 lots, close in. A- snap at $1,300 if taken at once. PAYNE & THOMPSON, 627 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 100 acres 8 miles from Topeka, second bottom, 150 acres under cultivation, three wells, running water, six room house.large barn, eight acres orchard; only $32 per acre, easy terms. 60 acres, well improved, 42 acres under cultivation, three wells, orchard, 4 room house, chicken house, large wood house, barn. Price $1.6u0. so acres bottom land. 8 miles from To peka, good well, large orchard, three room house, stable, corncrlb, buggy shed; cheap at $2 800. Have a large list of city residence prop erty for sale or trade, also vacant lots in all parts of the city. W. J. KEVAN, Successor to Oscar BischofT, 325 Kansas ave. FOR SALE A 7 room house, barn, cistern, city water and 2 lots, close in. A snap at $1,300 if taken at once. PAYNE & THOMPSON, 627 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 640 acres tine land for $640. 80 acres good land to exchange for house in town. 12 acres north of river, all bottom; will sell cheap. 360 acres in central Kansas, clear; will exchange for house in Topeka and as sume mortgage. SCOTT & SCOTT, 615 Kansas ave. IF YOU WANT CASH FOR YOUR PROP ertv, list it with W. C. STEPHENSON & CO., 609 Kansas ave. Over Rigby's. for rent No. 3028 Tavlor st., 6 rooms and barn. $19. No. 1259 Polk St., 7 rooms, modem. $20. No. 30:t4 Polk St., rooms and barn, $10. No. 704 Polk St., 6 rooms and barn, $16. No. 7U0 Polk st-. 5 rooms. $12. No. 1512 East 4th st. 3 rooms, $4.50. No. 422 Lawrence, 3 rooms and barn, $6. No. 426 Lawrence, 3 rooms and barn, $5. No. 212 W. Gordon, North Topeka, 5 rooms. $8. Rooms on Kansas ave. Large basement. PAYNE & THOMPSON, 627 Kansas ave. FOP SALE 7 room house, newly painted, 3 lots, near Washburn college. $1,000. Will sell 1217 Fillmore, 2 good lots, fine shade, 7 room house, on paved street, for $3,850, on good terms. On 6th and Monroe, a fine property, all modern. 10 room brick house, in fine re pair. $4,250. We have a bargain on Topeka ave. be tween 7thand 10th. 6 rooms and bath, fine location. Will sell this week at $2,100, on good terms. Will pay 9 per cent net on the Investment. MANSPEAKER & HENDERSON. 704 Kansas ave, Topeka FOR SALE 20 acres smooth upland, north of river; 7 miles from city; 16 acres tame grass: good spring water; no buildings; all well fenced; good farms adjoining. Price $600. 8 acres choice bottom land, near Reform school, neat 4 room cottage with cellar, stable, shed, crib, etc., one acre fruit, soocr water. 5 acres good land in Highland Park, on car line and close to city; 3 room cottage, cellar, cistern, well and stable. Eastern owner urges speedy sale. About 3 acres creek bottom, 2 miles south; no buildings, very cheap; easy terms. J. E. TORRINGTON. 109 West Sixth. St. TOPEKA, KAN. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE ROUDEBUSH FOR SALE: CITY PROPERTY Modern house of 9 rooms, on Sixth ave., bath, hot and cold water, furnace, barn, 2 lots, $3,000. New 6 room house. Western ave., 2 lots, east front, barn. $2 000. 5 room house, on Madison St., $1,275. 8 room house, on Topeka ave., south of Tenth, l1 lots, east front, $3.4IK). 6 room house, on Tyler, good condition, close in, $1,500. 8 room house, in Potwin, 61 ft. of ground: house alone cost $2,800 to build. Price $2.2). 7 room house, 2 lots, Morris ave., $1,300. 8 room house. 2 lots, on Harrison, $1,300. 12 vacant lots, fine high location, south west part of city, $110 each. We have houses and lots in all parts of city as low as can be sold. LANDS Have ranches in all parts of the state at from $2.50 to $10 per acre. 160 acres, this county, 80 acres in apples, at price of land without the Improve ments. 380 acres Shawnee county, fine improve ments; very cheap at $25. 240 acres, well improved; 100 acres bot tom; $26 per acre. 200 acres, 2 sets improvements, large orchard, 8 acres, vineyard. See us for price and terms. 160 acres improved, $3,690. 80 acres, well Improved, 8 miles from Topeka, $2,500; will take part in city prop erty. 80 acres, Shawnee county, all bottom, fair improvements; oniy $3,000. 80-acre fruit farm, all in apples about ready to bear. At a bargain. 20 acres, close to Topeka, new S room house, fruit, good water: $1,600. Suburban place, fine fruit, cottage, barn, good improvements, for small city prop erty. We have about 100 other farms of all sizes for sale. If you wish to buy. sell, exchange or Insure your property, see us. r EMMETT E. ROUDEBUSH, Phone 267. Ground Floor, 115 W. 6th ave. FOR SALE BY W. C. Stephenson & Co., 609 KANSAS AVE. Over Rigby's. 2 lots east front, large 8 room house, on Western ave., near 11th, cellar, well, and cistern, electric lights, front hall and stair hard oil finish, cistern, sewer connec tion. Price $2,500. See me about this. A bargain, 1 lots, new 8 room house on Western ave., near Eighth; hot and cold bath, wa ter closet, sewer connection, sliding doors, etc. Price $2,800 if sold at once. 2 story 6-room house on Monroe St., front hall and stair, gas and gas fixtures, hard and soft water in sink in kitchen, sewer connections. Rentals pay 12 per cent on price asked. Price $l,00u. What Is the mat ter with this for an investment? 6 room house on Tyler, between 6th and 7th, nice condition. $1,500.00. 2 lots, 5 room home, on Harrison, near 32th. Price $1.45o; $250 cash, balance monthly payments. 2 lots, east front, on Harrison, excellent location for a nice home. Price $HO0. 6 room house on Topeka ave. near 8lh St., bath and closet, sewer connection, gas, fine elm shade trees; paving and sewer paid for. This is a bargain. $2.1't0. 2 lots and 2 story 6 room house on West street, front hall and stair, hard oil fin cellar and coal shed and outbuildings. $750. ;. I : ' I . ,: .uany other bargains to offer not ad vertised. Money to loan on real estate mortgages at low rates. Houses to rent. Fire Insurance written at the lowest TV. C. STEPHENSON & CO., 809 Kansas Ave. (Over Rigby's.) T. D. HUMPHREYS, ROOM 25, COLUMBIAN BUILDINO. FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. BARGAINS IN FARM AND CITT PROPERTIES. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS WITH ME. IF YOU WANT CASH FOR YOUR PROP. erty, list It with W. C. STEPHENSON & CO., 6u9 Kansas ave. Over Rigby's. for sale No. 129 Buchanan st., 2 lots, good 8 room house, furnace, 2 grates, gas, cistern water in kitchen and bath, well and pump, sta ble and carriage room. A nice home, cheap. Might trade for clear farm. 836 North Monroe St., 3 lots, 6 room house, cellar, cistern and well with pumps, large barn and shed, cheap, easy terms. Good 4-room house, well and pump, sta ble, near Oakland car line, 12 minutes easy walk from shops cheap. Want an offer. North of W'ashburn college, 2 lots, extra well finished, 8 room house, cemented cel lar, ;,rate. oak mantel and stairs, hard wood floors, back stairs, front and side porches, good shade and fruit. Price Sl.kM. Very easy terms. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 West Sixth st. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Piano, for $25 cash. D. J. Hathaway, 1117 North Jackson St. FOR SALE Good cigar, candy, notion shop and fixtures, well located: cause for selling, ill health. Call corner Fourth and Adams. FOR SALE Small stock groceries and fixtures, center of city, near the ave nue. Address Grocery, care Journal. FOR SALE Heating stove, good as new, at a bargain. Call 1348 Mulvane. FOR SALIS I fine almost new upright piano at a very low price. W. F. Roehr Music Co., 630 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Everything. Warren. FOR SALE A few more heating stoves at cost. 116 East 8th. Special atten tion to cleaning and repairing gasoline stoves. FOR SALE Small restaurant, doing best business in Topeka for capital lnvested. Address "C. C. C," care State Journal. MISFIT CLOTHING ALTERED so as to tit perfectly. C. F. ROEDIGER, 820 Kansas Ave. NEW YEAR'S BALI j Gentlemen's fn'l dress suits pressed the day of the party. A. HIRBOUR, Cleaner and Dver. Tel. 152. 115 -W. Seventh st. SUITS MADE TO ORDER from $3 to $30. Perfect fit guaranteed. C. F. ROEDIGER, 20 Kansas Ave. FULL DRESS SUITS FOR RENT A. HIRBOUR. Cleaner and Dver. " Tek 152, ' 115 West Seventh St. HAVE your summer suit cleaned before putting It away, so that it will not be destroyed bv the moth. C. F. ROEDIGER, S20 Kansas Ave. LADIES' JACKETS We have a man jacket maker. Old jackets cut over to new style. A. HIRBOUR, Cleaner and liver. Tel. 152. 115 West Seventh St. GENTLEMEN Have your winter over coats clvaned and. repaired and new vel vet collars put 0.1. C. F. ROEDIGER, S20 Kansas Ave. AUTOMOBILE GOATS CLEANED A. HIRBOUR. Cleaner and Iyr, TeL 152. 115 West 7th t. IK YOU WANT FIRST CLASS WORK done, go to C. F. Roedlger, the Cleaner and dyer, 820 Kansas avenue. OVERCOATS cleaned and repaired; new collars put on. A. HIRBOUR, Cleaner and Dver, Tel, 112. 115 West Jin St. IF YOU WANT GOOD WORK DONE IN dyeing, cleaning and repairing, go to C. F. ROEDIGER, Kansas A vs. MINK, astrachan, beaver, seal furs of all kinds cleaned and repaired. A. HIRBOUR, Cleaner and Dver. Tel. 152. 116 West 7th st. GENTLEMEN Bring In your winter overcoats for dyeing, remodeling: and re pairing. C. F. ROEDIGER, 820 Kansas Ave. MAYBE you don't know that Warren sells stoves cheap. Ask your neighbor. He can be found at 418 Kina ave. OUR CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS PAT isfied, because we do only the beet work. C. F. Koediger Cleaning &, Dyeing works, 820 Kansas avenue. HARD COAL STOVES at Warren's. LADIES' GARMENTS dyed and cleaned. C. F. ROEDIGER, 820 Kansas Ave. FOR EXCHANGE for furniture and car pets, second hand, anything in house hold goods. E. C. Warren. WANTED You to bring your clothes to C. F. Roediger to be cleaned, dyed and repaired. 820 Kansas ave. WANT A STOVE? See Warren. 41S Kan sas ave. C. F. ROEDIGER'S DTE CLEANING works do the best work in the city; give them a trial. 820 Kansas ave. WANTED To exchange for a cow and brood sow. Warren, 418 Kansas ave. LET ME TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR A new suit, made to your order and a per fect fit guaranteed. C. F, ROEDIGER, 820 Kansas Ave. LOSVANDFOTJNXx LOST Black and tan pup, six months old; ears cut shoit; return to Fred J. Anderson, 212 East 7th St., and receive reward. LOST Black feather boa, on Topeka eve. between 3d and 6th ets. Reward at 1221 Western ave. CLAIRVOYANT. SPIRIT WORLD Those wishing to hear from loved ones and receive other valu able information, past, present and fu ture, business ventures, etc.. will call on Mrs, Janet te Fuller. 210 East Fifth at. MRS. INEZ WAGNER, the well known . trance medium. Is now permanently lo cated at 330 Monroe at. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER A STORAGE Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner, 122 IS. 6th st. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE New completely modern resi dence. 7 rooms, hath and clopet, summer kitchen, attic, hi t and cold water, hot water heating plant, gas. electric lights, grate, cistern; good location. Inquire W. H. Thompson, court house, or 1254 Polk St., Topeka, Kan. FOR BALE Eight room house, cistern, well, gas, bath, barn, one and one-h tlf lots, at 425 Taylor st. A bargain. See Dobbs & Stoker, Central National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE Houses, on monthly pay ments. F. J. Brown, 17 Columbian Bldg. TAXIDERMISTS. E. E. GORE, taxidermist: 20 years prac tical experience. Taxidermy in all its branches by latest Improved methods. Best city references. 2-il Wuincy. DETECTIVE AND WATCHMAN. THE INTER-STATE SECRET SERVICE Bureau M. W. Uilmore, manager; Hoy D. Marsh, secretary. General Detective and watchman service. Private detectives furnished day or night. All work en trusted to UM promptly executed. Tele phone 232-3. 529 Kansas ave., Topeka. Kan. WATCH-MAKER WATCHES cleaned, 76c: clocks. &nc; tr.ain - springs, 75c; crystals, 10c. Cash paid for old gold or silver. All work guaranteed. Old jewelry exchanged for new. If hard up, see Uncle Sam, bli Kansas avenue. EAIB GOODS. SWITCHES, CHAINS. WIGS. SHAM pooine. etc. Mrs. Battle Van Vleck, 220 East Fifth. 'Phone 878. SPECIALISTS. DR. C. ft. OUIBOn, Dlarasee cf the KH Throat and Langs. 7u Kansas avenue. PAVING. THE OFFICE of the Capital City Vitrified Brick and Paving Co., has been removed to 118 West Eighth street. FLORISTS. MRS. J. R. HAOCR, Florist, successor to - R. J Groves. 817 Kansas art. 'Phone COO. CUT FLOWERS end floral designs at Hayes'. 107 West Eighth st. Thorn V. PHTSICIANS AND SURGEONS. -igYTJER72prjC OFFICE , 'd residence corner Gordnn st. and Central ave.. North Topeka. 'Pbone 214. Usee the Brinkerhotf system of rectal treatment, a successful and painless treat ment for piled, iiatuia, fissure, ulceration, etc IDA C BARNES, V. D.. " ' Office 7S2 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. t., te 11 a. m.. and 2 p. m., tot p. m. Telephone 658 residence and 16 .office. DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathiat. 621 Kansas ave. Telephone 402. KErOItT OF THE CONDITION OF 1 H K FIRST NATIONAL IJAMC at Tep"ka. In the State of Knwi, kt t' cio.e of buiiueks, l'ereitiher l.i, r,i. KiSOUKCES. Ivn ani dl Mi f.'-i if Uvenlrafis. ecured anil unfecurHi s5 U. a binu U iecure cir culation tp f Tt. . bondc on lian 1 .. .. k .m im Premiums on V. 8, bends, t 4 fctooks, aeciirittea, ew., .. s.ji'O banking lioutn. furni ture aad fixtiiren lis ""I "I other teal estate owned.. ;wi L)ue frirfn approved re aerve airetiU frg.TW T Internal revenue cumin, imj m) ExchMigm fur Clearing bowse 28.2JC 71 Union ot oilier National banks tCCX) 00 Fra-Hunal paper currency, tilcKeii and cnt ...... . tA ?5 I,atui money reservu lu bank. v.- Hri i'.r. 1 r Itfal tnOr notes lo.lhm w 1 ,9'.,5T1 41 ReilciiK.tiHiii fun. I til V. M. leasi:rr 5 pet cent ot cirrulutlou) i :) '4 Totlil ih,G74 1 TAB1LIT1ES, Capital stock paid in .... x mi 01 Surnlim fuud b,.hu uji L,'u divided Irof,-u ki i- .eiis ami tavox iali. II Isalional bauk notes 011I- Uindiui; fct.lKiO Due to other atinaal bank $1.?4. VI Iiiia Ui ataie lar.kt and banker tz.TW 7ft IlivifiomU unnaitl 4u Ou Individual (iosits aub- Ject toclienk K.7 00 Ixiiiaml cdruAcau of d ixwit 11,1m ! Certified checks mn 00 f.Vi! st Total ' ,t.ii; M Mate or Kansas, County cf Miawnee. : I. Wm. l!enlroit. nvW'-r of t' h!"v named bank, t o!Mnnly wm-ir tnnt Hie feUllf'lltftltl la Iruw U Ulrt l.'vt ,if It.y k - .1 mlbulml. iVn.lll.MH .. .! Miilwribeu and sworn lo bofuro tae, t.m will Cay of Iieomibcr, iiM. 1KPA1 I. W. VVtlH.lV Notif y rriil- My roinnilKntfio expire Octo!wr 14, IimJ. Correct Atieii; tv. mm. M, Kw AT I 1 vim, C V. bMuin. li.recl.ort. NANCIAL CONDITION OF TUP: STATE SAVINGS BANK at Trxka. Ptatn of Karwia. at the 1 .. of burtnesa on the loth duy of Piwrali'r, laOO; Ri'.orncrA rVillateral loans end lUxeouiifn .. $ il E "I Firt mortgage loan on real - tte M 1 1 Furniture and fixtures 'i I '-i '! Exm-nKt? account V- ,1 United Stati lonr!s 011 luinj 8i.ln Sliawnpp county, Tolxka lty atlii other bond uml uui-rani 7T.7T2 f'7 Catih and flight exthani, IpbI reserve f" M Intercut paid i.i.i. i.J Total LIABiLlTIKS. Capitol stock paiii In BurjOus fund Undivl'lpd profits Iiitcr-at Individual ovpovits tuol.170 frhawnce county de posits n 2T,2i0 Kanpaa elate c-ollrc-llons S 1"1 Time certtflcatHs h:.',7 Cashier checks ...... 1.1"4 ..H7. .1 2'. '. 6. 11 ?.:-. ''! 1" Total ...1 ;.47.!l :nt Stnte of Kansas. Conntv of Fhuwnw, a: I. William Macrcrriin. Kiil-r of bank, do solemnly fui'Hr llim Hie Iimi statement is trut; ttujt w!d lnok li;i to hahiliti" ;i1 is not lndor'r on aii v r' ' r or obligation othr than whow it 00 h, elKive statement, to ttu bewt of mv knowl edge and bMI-f. So h' m" "! M. MAC FK KHAN, i'wlr. Subscribed and sworn to before me tt;l 2rtt h day of December. V""!. (Seali CHAKLIvH S ELLIOTT Notary l'ub!i. Commission expiree on the i.i h ilay i f February. 3 '2. Correct Attet ; THOS PAOE, WAKitv.N m rnnsuT. JOHN P LAV Hit Directors. BICTCLE3. TOPEKA CYCLE CO., 1J W-t (I'h at Tel. 70i. Bicsclea and eumlrlo.; tncyc.- and taudema for rent; repairing of a.t kinda. U. B. CTCIiK CO., llg E. 8th su Nstl -nal and Union bicycles, tiundrica. repHira. 1 . 1 PATEN TH. FREE Our new hannoook or. rtn. Fischer ft Thorpe. plr-"t laaryra an I solicit nra. Junction bldg.. Ninth and Mi ata . Kanaaa City. Mo. Tel. 'Union lis.'' COMPTOCK A- ROSEN, i'atent Solicitors Offlcea: Rouen Blk., 41 Kana.is are. MONEY. MONEY TO LOAN on rood oily and farns property. Low rate or imeri i. . J M. 1:1,1 --rt. 15 Columbian H11II1II1 - MONEY TO LOAN on farms and cltjl property. MAN b PEAK PR HKNTtEKMON. 7"4 Kannaa ave., loia-ka. TO LOAN Money on Topeka rtal Pay back monililv. L.w tn'ret a a, Phawne Bulidli.K n1 In AvorlHtion Bee Eastman, at 115 We t HUth atresu MONCY TO LOAN on live st-rlc fl"!"'. orir.ias, typewriters, hou eh' Id (.oc s I peiaonal security. L. ltleue, i Kan MACHINE-SHOP VVANTEDG".!! ti repair or fjclmrf 01 new ones. Baz.ors protind. ;. Idert Rule" Machine works. t!4 Kansas ire TO WHOM IX iflAY CONCERN. tTTV HOXfiT AVT -iNt ' 1" I : N - M ,- miZ plication for a permit 10 sell Itn x 1. n 1 -ln liquors, according to law, at 1.4 I . Fourth street. In the Hecond ward if th city of Topeka. Is now on file In the of fice of the probata ludne .r ."onn' countv, Kar. The liearlns f tntf pams Is tet for Thursday, at '. oriook 111, Januarv 10. lf il. M. A. Fl NCHl.S.S. TO "WHOM IT MAY niNCKKN- My so. plication for a permit to soil lni..virilt. InK liUors, sccordlna: to law. st 4 Ken ans avenue. In the Second ward of the city of Topekn, I now on fil In the of. floe of 1h probata Jude of Fliawn county, Kansas. The lu-iy in of tni am is set for Monday, al il o'clock s. hi., December 31st. I ' J. IIKNHII- TTA STAMPS, 6EAL3 AND STENCIL3 THE 3. C. DARLINO CO.. 7?4 Kan. A vs. Rubber stamp, bri ss and aluminum tra it checks. Prices low. '.atalogue frrs. lai. JEWELERS. JAMK8 B. HATDEN, Jewelar end Opti cian. Complete Mock of watches, dia mond. liiv(rr, etc. Fves examined and spectacles properly fittad. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. T D. HUMPH KKTS, Columbian building. Lawyer. Jiooia a STOCK WINTERED. WANTF.il Horses to winter. 11. W Mc Afee, 61i Kanaas. Farm 'phone b'ti 1. i.e..