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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL SO, 1901.
7 HAVE YOU ANYTHING 0 EXCHANGE, Have you a Farm and do want to trade it for a Grocery Store? Have you a Horse and do you want to exchange it for a Piano? Have you a Bicycle and do you want to exchange it for a Camera? Have- you a Gun and do you want to trade it for a Bookcase? Have you a Wash Boiler and do you want to ex change it for a Rug? Have you a pair of Skates and do want to trade them for a Punching Bag? Have you a Spring Over coat and do you want to exchange it for a Baby- Carriage? Hav& you a Stove and do you want to trade it for a Refrigerator. Have you a Dog and do you want to exchange him for a Rooster? It Costs You Only 5c a Line in the State Journal ant Columns. Mr. Baker Promoted. Chicago. April SO. Mr. Charles M. Baker for many year? general superin tendent of construction of the Postal Telegraph Cable company will today succeed Mr. E. J. Nully as assistant superintendent of telegraph. Mr. Nally was recently appointed general superin tendent. Mr. Uaker is a practical -telegraph man. having entered th-1 telegraph service in 1T0. He occupied various ofli cial positions and in lss: he was made superintendent and manager of the Postal company at Cleveland where He remained until January. 1S4. w.ia then appointed superintendent i f con struction with headquarters at Chicane, which position he held until ISIS, when he was promoted to be general superin tendent of construction. Eeaut.ful Lakes. Placid Rivers and Lofty Mountains. Abound in the resrion traversed by the Lehich Valley railroad between Chio.-iso and New York and Philadelphia via Ni agara Falls and Buffalo. TWO NATION'S BECOME FRIENDLY ONCE MORE. Diplomatic Relations Between Austria and Mexico Have at Last Been Resumed Under Most Solemn Circumstances Quarrel Resulting in Cessation of Relations Dated From Maximilian's Death. - - ' .... -;. ' vw,.' ., : -,: ..ifr ? ' . 1 " - - ; '- c t . - - , ' .j ; - . - - ' , - - " - -w ,1 S . , ; - .- - ""v...:-'- x..r-jisl - f t .1 -; .--a---',T.- si V '! a.. ...T -- ... r.J -' ' ' r-' """Z-ttf-W- ..1 ,S 4 Austria and Mexico, after a quarrel which dated from the tragic death of Maximilian, have at last resumed diplomatic relations once more. The visit of Prince and Princess Khevenhueler, Prince Fuerstenberg and Dr. Gurrenshen of Austria to the City of Mexico was made for the purpose of dedicating a chapel to mark the resumption of diplomatic relations. A bill has passed the Mexican congress jproviding for a minister to Austria at a salary of $15,000 annually. SUGAR BEETS IN KANSAS. Five Hundred Acres Have Been Planted in Finney County. The following is the L'nited States ae partment o agriculture climate and crop bulletin of the weather bureau for the Kansas section for the week ending April 27: OEXEEAL CONDITIONS. A warm week with a large per cent of sunsnine. No rain fell in the southwest ern or northeastern counties, while light showers extended from the northwest ern' counties across the state to the southeastern, being heavier from the northeastern part of Ness to the south western part of Lincoln, and very heavy in Kingman and Sedgwick; some had fell in the northeast part of Ness. EASIEKX DIVISION. Wheat is growing rapidly in all parts, and is jointing- in Montgomery. Corn Planting is well advanced in the south ern counties, is progressing rapidly in the central, and has begun in the north ern. Oats sowing is finished; the oats are coming up in the central and south ern counties, and the earliest sown in the northern. Flaoc sowing is finished and the flax is coming up. Peaches and plums are blooming in the north and cherries and early apples In the central countUs; strawberries in Coffey and crab apples in Shawnee. Pastures are b. ginning to support stock. Karly pota to, s are corning up in Morris. The ground has become hard on top in some of the counties, in others it is very cloudy, needing a rain to soften it. Chinch hujrs were flylnsr in Shawnee and Wilson the last days of the week. MIDDLE DIVISION. Wheat is in good condition and grow ing rapidly: it is 6 to 10 inches high in Smith, and is beginning to joint in Re public; the heavy rain. Friday, In Har per county, washed out some large fields of wheat in the southern part. Oats sow ing is about completed and the oats are generally coming up. Corn planting has progressed rapidly in most of the coun ties, while in a few it is just beginning: in the southern part of Harper listed corn was washed out or covered up. ne cessitating replant ing: corn is coming up in Cov!"y and ilutler. Alfalfa is1 growing well and in Sedgwick better than the other grasses. Peach, jiear, p'r.m. cker'-y. and early apple trees are in bloom. Strawberries are beginning to blossom in Keno. In Cowley the early fruits were b.t.iiy damaged by the ftvst hist week. Pastures are improving and in a few counties are supporting the stock. WESTERN DIVISION. Wheat is growing and generally is in very good condition. Karly sown oats and barley are tip. Corn planting is becoming general. Alfalfa is growing rapidly and the. range grass is quite green. In Finney about 500 acres have been planted to sugar beets. Peaches, apricots, plums, and cherries are begin ning to bloom in the northern counties. Whist Club Scores. The Topeka Whist club added two more gam-s to the series lust night. Koontz and Drum won the buttons for high score of the evening. Tile scores made were; First gam-- North and south: Oopeiand and VWst. 77; Carr and Caster, 7: Hillis and Hogeboom. 2: Hurrie and Sihtey, v:: Merrick and Troutman. S4; James and Putnam, 2: Bradley and GiHett. 7c. Falk-i:i-r nr.-i Payne. VI: Xowers and Storey, Keeler and GHiespi-. Si. Average. V,. East and west; Koontz and Drum. Til; Gill and Alston. e;i; Herbst and Lowry. 74: Shakeshaft and Shakeshaft. 7e: Ness and Noble. 1: Hart and Nevill. 74: Thrapp and Korn, 7v Munn and Asiiby. 73: Brown and i:.-.-rbohm. 05; Larsh and Rout-ins, Til. Average. 73. Second Rame North and south: West arid Oonelur.d. h: Keeler and Otliespie. V.1; Marshall and Murphy. t; Ryder and Wolf. s: t'urr and Custer, 77: Koontz and Prom. n"; Gill and Alston. 7m Larsh and Kobbir.s. ";: Hart and Nevill, 75; Sibiey and Hurrie. 7':'. Averasre, l1.,. Eist and west: Brown and Beerbohm, To: Shukeshart arid Shakeshaft. 7;l: Brad ley and Gillett, 7: Tbrupp ami Korn, t;7: I ;d kiiier and Fayne, 7;-: Merrick and Troutman. 71: James and Putnam. 7s: Mimn and Ashby. .3: Ness and Noble, SI; Herbst and Losvry, 77. Average, 74M Everything New. Gentry's trained animal show will ex hibit at Topeka Th'ursday, May ?. Prof. Gentry's show is enlarged exactly twice its former size, and will exhibit under canvas at Fourteenth street near Kan sas avenue, afternoon and night. Prof. Gentry's show is the most entertaining exhibition that exhibits under canvas, and the recent addition of nearly a hun dred new acts and animals makes it more enioyable than ever. The tiny baby elephants and the novel acts by the monkeys, together with all of the old favorites, make the performance vastly superior to anything ever seen in this city. JENNINGS WILL MOVE. Weather Man to Have Quarters in Federal Building:. Tire Fr.ited States weather bureau office has been assigned quarters in the government building at Fifth street and Kansas avenue. Observer T. K. Jennings and the offi cials at Washington have been corre sponding for some time relative to- the proposed" change of quarters, and pho tographs of the interior, the exterior, the top. the bottom, and even the direc tion of the winds have been sent to the experts in the District of Columbia, and they, after due and careful deliberation, have decided that Jennings shall move. The weather room w-ill be on the second, lloorln the northeast corner. A platform will be built on the highest part of the postotrice roof and the instruments will be placed there. A little shed some thing like a pilot's cabin will be built on the roof and stairs put in to allow the observer to travel up to the instru ments. The stock of weather storms, winds, rainbows and fogs, or the things to measure them will be stored in the main room. WILL PHOTOGRAPH THEJi Gaw Will Make a Copy of the Dis puted Poll Books. Rabh Gaw-, official reporter of the Shawnee district court, will photograph the poll books and tally sheets which will be in question before the supreme court when the Parker-Hughes rnan danua case is appealed. The original tally sheets and poll bSoks will not be sent with the case to the higher court, but photographs of the books and sheets wiil be placed in evi dence. It was suggested that Mr. Gaw" copy the books, but Judge Hazen said he would prefer to have photographs instead of copies made. Mr. Gaw is an exoert amateur photographer, and he will hereafter be. besides official stenog rapher, the oliieial court photographer. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Isadora Hawks et al. to Geo. K. Clark, $-',7. lots 14 Chandler street, Parkdale addition, city. T. Slar.speaker and wife to A. L. Waite. $225, lots 27.4. 50. F8, 60. 62, 64 Arter avenue, J. W. Morris' addition. J. T. Willard and wife to H. W. Cal vin, $-00, 4 lots in Highland Park addi tion. Irene Eoyer et al., by Cook, to Ed ward Foyer, $Zi, lot 77 and part of 7'i Klein street. Herbert F. Stevens et al. to Luc-ion C. Warner. $1, lot3 44, 46 and 4S Jack son street. Grace C. King et al. to Lucitta Wall ing, J75. part of lots 156 and 154 East Tenth street, city. Jno. IS. Deever and wife to E. M. Felt, $2,600, part west half 5. 12. 15. C. E. Prescott to J. and 13. Schmidt, $150. part west half 2$, 11. 16. P. Heintzman to Jno. K. Deever, $3, 200, west half .of 26, 12, 14, and east half 27. 12. 14. F. W. Hatcher and wife to Sarah C. VanNice et al., J1.050. lots 7 and S Fif teenth street. P.idgway's subdivision. IX H. Peake and wife to J. and B. Schmidt. $1. part west quarter f:S, 11, 16.- .1 M Tliitit und -ivife to A A Unrd SI. lots 3S and 400 Jackson street. Opening of TJ. B. Church. The formal opening of the main audi torium room of the First United Breth ren church, whicn took place last Sun day morning, was an important event in the history of the church organiza tion. Bishop J. S. Mills, who preached the opening sermon, is on his way to the east to attend the annual confer ence of the general church body. The building will be dedicated rext October when the state conference of the church assembles here. It has been built after seven and a half years' labor in that di rection on the part of S. C. Coblent2, the pastor, and is a credit to the peo ple of that denomination in Topeka, Reduced Alaskan Hates. Seattle. Wash.. April 30. Further re ductions are announced in Alaskan freight and passenger rates as a result of the steamship rate war now on. First-class tickets to Lynn canal are now quoted at HO. and second-class at S5. A week a so the rates were $25 and $15. Corresponding reductions in freight rates are aiso quoted. "I didn't know Bragg was a pub lisher." "A publisher. Who told you he was?" "He did. He said he was 'a dissem inator of light literature." " "Huh! He's a bill clerk in the em ploy of the gas company." Philadel phia Pi ess. .1 -4 i -if When Prof- Munyon says hit Rheumatism Cure will cure rheumatism there isn't may guess work aout it there isn't any false statement about it. It cures without leaving any ill etietts. It is a splendid stomach and nerve sonic, as well as a posi tive cure for rheumatism. All the Munyon remedies are just as reliable, 25c vial. The Guide to Health is free. Munyon. New York and Philadelphia Bl.NTON'S l.NHiLEB CCBES CATABR&. 3 BETHANY AGAINST PAYING. Eighth Avenue Slay Have to Wait on That Account. The proposition to pave Eighth ave nue from Topeka avenue to Lincoln street will meet with opposition from the trustees of Bethany college. Street Commissioner Snyder has learned that the sentiment of the prop erty holders along the street with the exception of the Bethany college people seems to be unaninous for the paving. In the event that the city council orders the paving of Eighth avenue the trustees of Bethany college will be re quired to stand half the paving taxes for the space of two blocks. The sentiment of the people along the street is also for at least 40 feet paving, and some have even suggested that the pavement be made 60 feet wide. This avenue fiom Kansas avenue west is 80 feet wide, and by making the continu ation either !0 or 50 feet wide a beau tiful drive will be made. The matter will in all probability have a thorough discusson in the coun cil Monday night. DOCTORS AHE COMING. Homeopathic State Society to Have Public Meeting Tomorrow Eve. The thirty-third annual meeting of the Homer, pathic Medical society of Kansas wiil open in Topeka tomorrow. The sessions will be held in the Y. M. C. A. hall. On Wednesday evening. May 1. a meeting for the public will be held in Representative hull. E. B. Packer, of Osage City, will be the chairman, and the following subjects will be dis cussed: "The Doctor, the Lawyer, and the Preacher," Judge Frank H. Stiles, Kan sas City. Mo. Poem. Eugene F. Ware, Topeka. "Talks About the Doctor," B. J. Alex ander, M. D. , Hiawatha, Kas.; T. D. Hudson. M. D Wichita. Kas. The following are the officers of the society: President. W. A. Tingling. M. D.. Emporia. Kas.; vice president. W. E. Buck, M. 1.. Kingman. Kas.: secretary, C. F. Menninger. M. D., Topeka: treas urer, M. A. Swift. M. D.. Topeka. 3I0HE NEW PAVING. Petitions Circulated For Fillmore Street From Second to Sixth. A petition is beiTig circulated to se cure a pavement on Fillmore street be tween Second and Sixth avenues. It is meeting with the approval of the resi dents of the street, and the petition will be presented to the council at its meet ing Monday night. The question of what kind of corners shall be used at the intersection of streets to be paved 30 feet wide with streets paved 60 feet wide has been brought up. FORMAL TRANSFER MADE. Kansas Now Has a Mansion For the Governor. The deeds transferring the Bennett property at Eighth and Buchanan streets to the state to be used' as an executive mansion have been recorded by the register of deeds. The deed transferring the property from Erasmus Bennett and wife na.nes $26,000 as the consideration. A quit claim deed was given by Virginia M. Johnson, executrix of the estate of John F. Johnson, of Doniphan county, to quiet the sheriff's deed she held to the property. The consideration named in the quitclaim deed was $1. ,'t - Wno mi a m 8I1SCEIL4SEOK ADS. FREE MESSENGER FOR WANTS PULL, a Postal Telegraph-Cable box or call by telephone No. 417 and have your Want Ads brouht to The State Journal office by free messenger. No charge to you for messenger service. Cost of classi fied ads. 5 cents per line of six words to the line and every fraction thereof. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE THAT I AM A candidate for county treasurer, subject, to the Republican primary on June 1. V. F. WEBER. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE myself a can didate for the office of county treas urer, subject to the Republican prima ries, June 1, 1901. FRANK C BOW" EN. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE my candidacy for the office of register of deeds, sub ject to the Republican primaries. June 1, lyOl. JOHN B. MARSHALL. I ANNOUNCE myself as a candidate for register of deeds, and ask the support ot mv friends at the Republican primaries. June 1, 101. T. V. CODDINGTON. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE that I am a candidate for county commissioner. Third district, subject to Republican pri maries, June 1, lwi. O. C. feKlNNER. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE my candidacy ior tne omce or county treasurer, sub ject to the Republican primaries, to be held June 1. "VVM. S. K BE RLE, irresent jueputy ireasurei I HEREBY AW'OC'NCE mvself AS a candidate for the" oftice of sheriff of fenawnee county, subject to the Repuu lican primaries, June 1, lff-M. BERT LUCAS. i her?:by announce that i am a candidate for county clerk, subject to tne Republican primaries. June i. A. NEWMAN. OSCAR K. SWAYZE 13 A CANDIDATE for th1 office of county clerk, subject to the Republican primaries. June 1. He is the present demity clerk and makes the race upon his merits. WANTED MALE HELP. "WANTED Two men to work in citv must be hutshrs. American Wrinfcvr lo., West faeventn !t.. I opeKa, Kan w a:v i t or L nlte states army, aoie 21 and 35: citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who cruits specially desired for service in Philippines. For information applv to re cruiting officer, 401 Kansas ave Topeka. JVi 11 . WANTED At once, two table waiters at cnesterneid notel. WANTED Man with some capital to take in terest in and manage office and Mi. plant. This will bar investigation Aduress Manager, care Journal. WANTED Two first class coat makers at once; pood prices. John F. McManua & to., loptKa, ivan. WANTED Ladv with ability to repre sent and handle ants for us ; widow preferred. Can at East Eighth st Tuesday and Wednesday. W ANTE D 50 trood. steadv lonp-wall miners. Coal 20 inches high. Regular worK at si.iD per ton. uooa opportunity for miner to buy home at reasonable price. Address Bridgeport C oal Co. Bridgeport. Texas. WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old estab lished house of solid financial standing. Salary $TSij a year and expenses, ail pay able in cash. No canvassing- required. Give references and enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, 3;5 laxton ouiiuing. cnicago. SALESMAN, to sell our full line of Nur sery Stock; a guarantee given that stocK wiil be true to name. For terms write Mount Hope Nurseries. Lawrence, Kas. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Skirt makers, also an ex pert machine operator. Mrs. Mercer, Crosby Bros. WANTED A white girl for general housework at llul Tyler st. WANTED First class hand ironer at the Topeka laundry. WANTE Dressmaking seamstress. Mrs. N. M. Moore, (.21 Polk si. WANTED Whito girl for general house work: referncs required; $4 a week; 2 in family. 1115 Topeka ave. WANTED A white girl for general housework, at llul Tyler street. WANTED A girl for general housework. 410 Harrison street. "WANTED AGENTS. AGENTS WANTED for the only legiti mate, all cnemieal, Plunix lire extin guisher on the market. Phenix Co., Rich mond. Illd. AGENTS Salary or commission: ?very owner of a lawn or telephone, buys our wonderful lawn sprinkler or telephone tablet on eight. Big prohts; easy to han dle. One iigent's sales amounted to $5ih) in six days. Others make a week. Victory Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. SEIZED HAKE WINES. GoTernment Officers Capture $4,000 Worth of Unstamped Champagne. Seattle, Wash., April 30. Under spe cial instruction from David M. Dunn, collector of Interna revenue, Special Deputy Aluuay, of Portland, and Dep uty Ross, of the Seattle office, yester day seized in various hotels and res taurants and saloons in this city up wards of 150 cases of Imported chara uarnes and Rhine wines, for alleged violation of internal revenue laws. The property seized by the officers is valued at between J4.0C0 and $5,0W). The alle gation made by them is that the wine was found in the various establish ments without having the revenue stamps as required by law. Steamer Sells For $26,000. San francisco, April 30. The German vessel Otto Gildemeister, recently con demned as a total loss, after a. stormy voyage from Yokohama for Portland, was" sold at auction yesterday to Cap tain Ellis, of Portland, Ore., for $26,10.1. It will cost over $50,000 to repair the vessel. Gamblers on reinsurance lost heavily on the vessel. . Perkins Withdraws. . Sioux City, la.. April 30. George T. Perkins has withdrawn from the con test for the Iowa Republican guberna torial nomination. In announcing his withdrawal he says: "Edwin H. Conger upon his return to the United States having reiterated his assurance that he would accept the nomination of the Re publicans of Iowa for governor if they should decide to tend the nomination to him, I withdrew my name from further consideration in connection with that office." WANTED UISCEDXAN-EO 03. VYANTfc-D Gentleman to share room, 21a East .Eleventh pt. nice WANTED Harness, buggies, surreys and wagons. Newell. 922 Kansas ave. WANTED To exchange good milk cow for a driving horse. X"all at && Kansas ave. Reynolds. WANTED Cows, any age, at all time?. Cut this out for future reference. O. G. Burton, 1W East Seward ave. Tel. 0, 3 rings. P. O. Box 34. Topeka. WANTED" Some live grown wolves. swifts and antelope deer. Sate price de livered to your express office. BaugUman, 1125 Penn St., Armourdale, Kan. WANTED To buy calves from one day old to six months: no Jersey bulls want ed. 1125 Kansas ave. WANTED Tenant for prospective 6 or 8 room modern residence, good location. C. J. Evans, 609 Kansas ave. WANTED To exchange houses No. 1330 and 1332 Polk st. for property In San Antonio. Tex., or Texas lands. Address C. V. J11EL1GAN, San Antonio. Tex. WANTED Lace curtains and portiers to clean. Mrs. Fosdick, 725 Qulncy St. FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. OR SALE Smith-Premier. Densmores and Remington typewriters. Bargains'. Also the McfJurrin copy holders for ste nographers. Call and see them. The Kan sas Tract Society. 11S East Fifth st. FOE SALE Good buggy, or will trade for small horse. 170a Harrison st. FOR SALE-Household goods, lit"), cor ner North Quincy and Fairchild st. .Mrs. F. F. Davis. FOR SALE 13 inch farm wagon. 1 hay frame. 1 set double work harness. V'J-l North Van Buren st. FOR SALE Refrigerator, good us new; too large for my use. Call lbJ Van Bu ren st. TOR SALE Wednesday, May 1. 3 car pets. 2 chamber sets, 1 refrigerator. U13 Western ave. FOR SALE Jersey cow Rnd Durham heifer, both fresh, 151 West st. FOR SALE Furniture and business of a 9 room boarding house; full of good pay int: boarders. SeO cash. Wiil tuke liood team part pay. Address B. C, care Jour nal. FOR SALE Good gasoline stove, cheap. 723 Clay st. FOR SALE; Horse, harness and buggy. Inquire at 427 Polk st. FOR SALE One pony, pacer; one driving and single footer, good: one family horse, fine. 622 Western ave. FOR SALE Team of horses: time, if wanted; also good fresh cows and red calf. To see horses call before 11 a. m. 3t5 North Monroe st. FOR SALE Those circular gaso or gas .oline ovens: price $1.25 and $1.50. Drop card to W. B. Howlett, 1021 Brooks ave. FOR SALE Cheap, dining room table and cook stove. 3i0 Tyler st. FOR SALE At a bargain, my restaurant and hotel. Have good trade, first-class location. Soda fountain, cigars, confec tionery and tobacco: 10 furnished rooms, all in good condition. Good reasons for selling. Call or address Shi Massachusetts street, Lawrence, Kansas. FOR SALE Cobs. Topeka Vinegar Works. North Topeka. FOR SALE One guitar with case and music. Inquire 621 Lake street. FOR SALE An excellent family driving mare. W. C. Stenger, 812 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Columbus phaeton, newly painted and in good condition, cheap. 504 West Tenth street. FOR SALE Second -hand lighting plant, for store or church. A. T. WAGGONER. 7:'.l Kansas avenue. FOR SALE Cheap. Walnut sideboard. nrt-class spring wagon. 619 Kansas ave. FOR, RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT 3 nice unfurnished rooms; closets, water, sink. b25 Monroe. FOR RENT- Furnished room. See J. D. Young, lt'19 Madison street. FOR RENT Niceiy furnished rooms and good table board, at llju Topeka ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern conveniences. 2u7 East Tenth. FOR RENT Strictly modern furnished room, to two gentlemen. $7,o0. 421 Quincy. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for li(shc housekeeping : gas. bath and furnace heat. 421 tjuincy street. JFORN HOJDSE FOR RENT Modern house, all conven iences. 25, corner Sixth and Lincoln. Possession June 1st. Address E. B. Akers, 1120 Tyler st. FOR RENT Beautiful 7 room house. modern, cistern and citv water, barn. 421 Polk. R. M. Roc-key, IIS East Fifth. FOR RENT Business house and weil lighted basement. M. Heery, 3u0 Kan sas ave. FOR RENT Nice S room cottage, front hail, and barn. 230 Clay. FOR SALE Dining table, ref riserator, bed room set, cot bed. chairs, sma.il eas heater. 024 Tyler st. FOR SALE 4 room cottage. Hi lots, barn. wen ana cistern. oi Auams st. FOR SALE 7 room house. 221 Harrison, modern conveniences: party leaving citv will sell cheap. Also 3 room atid 5 room house, cor. 5th and Locust: will take trade on them. Call 221 Harrison. COTTAGE FOR SALE TO BIDDERS. The Toneka Railway company will re ceive sealed proposals until 12 m., Satur day. May 4, for toe purcnase of the nve room cottage at 12 Madison street, to be ren.ovtd at once. The risrht is reserved to reject any or all bids. Envelopes should be marked Proposals for Purchase of Cottage." and be ad dressed to C. C. Baker, president, 113 East Eighth avenue. Topeka. FOR SALE On installments or cash: 125 Filimore St., barn and cistern. 1251 Mulvane st., new cottage. 1W4 Van Buren st . 4 rooms. C2i.i East Twelfth St.. 4 rooms. 3"f) Kansas ave., a bargain. Vacant lots near Clay and Fifth sts. Building sites on Washurn car line. 12 acres bottom land. North Topeka. Lot !2 Quincy St.. North Topeka. A few shares First National bank. F. J. BROWN, 17 Columbian bldg. FOR SALE H1 acres. 9 room house, barn, well, cis tern, young orchard. 3 blocks to street car: all inrirst class repair. $3,000, or will trade for house close in. SCOTT & SCOTT, 615 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE Two acres adjoining city, new 4 room houae, barn, well and fruit. Terms t-asv. F. S. Thomas, Ml Kan. ave. PAVING. BRICK AND CEMENT WALKS, drive wavs. etc. For prices sfce H. I. Cook, 1017 Tyler st. THE OFFICE of the Capital City Vitri fied Brick and Paving Co. has been re moved to 11S West Eighth St. POB SALE REAL ESTATE. FftR SALE New modern house. S ro-.r bath and closet, hot water lie.it r,-;' gas and electric lierUts. Cheim: part cu balance to suit purchaser. V.wm i- I, i lng city. Inquire at 1254 Polk St., Tt.pei MISCELLANEOTT3. n o t i cTop "fi xaTTIttTTkJ 7- -v V""" The State of Kansas. Shawnee iVi.nty In the prouat-j court in and for sa.i county. In the matter of the estate of Eliza ,M. loung, deceased. Creditors and iill others persons inter ested in the aforesaid estate are h-r.-t,-noticed that I shall applv to the j.r.-l.iii-court in and for said county, sittme it the court house in Topeka, coootv ' Shawnee, state of Kansas, on the illst .lav of May, A. I). IHol. for a full and final set tlement of said estate. , . , L. VAN lb ink", Administrator of the Estate of E!iz.i M. Young. Decea sed . April . A. L. lmiT. SEE t'S about keeping your clothe cleaned and repaired bv the month it's cheuper. The Topeka I'antitorium. 23 West Seventh st. 'Phone S72. WE WANT TO DO your cleaning. nre. ing and rpuirbic The Topeka r.mtl torium. 208 West Seventh st. 'rlune i."2. LOST AND I'OUND. LOST Tuesday morning, hand suit case marked No lm. between .-aliro-.k and school house No. I. Return for re ward to Topeka Business college, cut Quincy st. LOST Thorough bred femnle skve terrier answers to name of Fuzzv."" R, vva-d for return to .Mrs. Wilder, 2.s East Fifth st. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCI?RNMT1Tr plication for a permit to sell Intoxicat ing liquors according to law, nt ZM Knn e avenue. In the Second ward of the city- of Topeka. Is now on tile In the office of the probate ludsre of Shawnee county, Kansas. The bearing fo the same i Bit for Monday, May VS. at 9 a. nj. LEE JONES. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-Mv ap plication for a permit to sell Intoxicating liquors, according to law. at 1125 Wet Sixth street, in the Fourth war 1 of the city of Topeka, Is now on tile in the ofrb e of the probate judge of Shawnee county. Kansas. The hearing of the same i st t for Monday, at 9 o'clock a. m.. Mav 11. N. J. PET P.O. DRESSMAKING. MISS DAVIS GOWNS. 721 Kansas ave.. second floor. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. T. D. HUMPH RETS. Columbian building. Lawyer, room 10 PHYSICIANS AND STJRGEON3. L. A. RYDER, M. D.. OFFICE and residence corner Gordon st. and Central ave.. North Topeka. 'I'hot;? V14. I'ses the Brinkerhoff system of rectal treatment, a successful and painless treat ment for piles, fistula, fissure, ulceration, etc. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 732 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Oftice hours; 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.. and 3 p. m. to b p. m. Teieplion 5.-8 residence and 16 ofnee. DR. EVA HARDING. Hnmeopathist. 621 Kansas ave. Telephone 4o2. CARPET AND LACE CLEAN. NO WANTED Carpets, lace end chenile I'.ir tains to clean: inrair.s washed. .7. H. Fosdick. SOS Kansas ave. Phone M0. WAN'TKD-lio' and portiere curtains to clean. Mrs. Fosdick. !J3 Kansas ave. Tel. S60. She lias moved. MONEY. TO LOAN Money on Topeka real estate. Pay back monthly. Low interest rate. Shawnee Buiid'ng and Loan Association. See Eastman at 115 West Sixth st. MONEY TO LOAN on live stock, pianos organs, typewriters, household Eooiis and personal security. L. Biicoe. 523 Kan. ave. ELORIST3. MRS. J. R. ITAGfE. Florist. suerissor to R. J. Groves. 17 Kansas ave. 'Phone 60i. CT'T FLOWERS and floral rteign st Hayes', 107 West Eighth si 'Phone bti .BICYCLES. TOPEKA CTCLE CO.. 112 West Slh Ft. Tel. 7o6. Bicycles and sundries; bicycle and tandems for rent; repairing uf all kinds U. S. CYCLE Co.. 1H E sth t. National and Union bicycles. Sundries, repairs. HAIR DRESSING. SWITCHES, shflmpnoing and halrdress ing chains, etc.; 26 vcars- experience. Mrs. VanVleck, 222 East Fifth. Telephone 878. References best In tho city. STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCIL3 THE J. C. DARLING CO , 71 Kan. Ave Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum traJt Checks. Prices low. Catalogue free. Tel. 2ai. PATENTS. FISCHER & THORPE, Patent Lawyer. 314-317 Junction Bldg., Sth and Main sts.. Kansas City. Mo., have new book on pat ents for free Uistribution- JEWELER3. JAMF3 P. IIATDFN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watohe. dia monds, silverware, etc. F.yea axamined and spectacles properly fitted. SPECIALISTS. DR. C. II. OUIBOH, Diseases of the No, Throat and Lungs. 7u6 Kansas ave. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & STORAGE Co.. packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. lbti. Clarence Skinner. 123 E Sixth et. WATCHMAKER. WAfCHES cleaned. 73c: clocks. S0c: main springs, 75c: crystals, 10c. Cash paid f- r old gold or diver. All work cuar inteed Old jewelry exchanged for new. If hard up see Lncie Sam, 512 Kansas ave. MACHINE SHOPS. CLIPPERS, RAZOR? and lawr.mowers sharpened: quick repairs, oicve.-... chir,ei-y,etc..at thi Golden Kuie. a-J ivs..av. BOILERMAKER. FIRST CLASS boilermakers. water, lard and oil tanks, smoKe suicks. ori-ecoois and sheet iron works. E. S. Ketts aud i. E Rilev. 12'J!- N. Kansas ave. lei. Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed.