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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 22, 1902.
6 AT FIRST GLANCE Would Appear That Local Remedies W ould be Best for Cure of Catarrh. It would seem at first glance that catarrh being a disease of the mucous membrane, that salves, sprays, etc., be ing applied directly to the membrane:) of the nose and throat, would be the most rational treatment, but this has been proven not to be true. The mucous membrane is made and repaired from the blood, and catarrh is a blood disease, and any remedy to make, a permanent cure must act on the blooi and when the blood is purified from catarrhal poison, the secretions from the mucous membrane will become natural and healthy. In this climate, thousands of people rem scarcely ever free from some form of catarrh; it Rets better at times, but ach winter becomes gradually deeper j ated. and after a time the sufferer re- i igns himself to it as a necessary evil. Catarrh cures are almost as numerous n catarrh sufferers, but are nearly all ! o inconvenient and ineffective as to ( Pender their use a nuisance nearly as: annoyine as catarrh itself; anyone who , has used douches, sprays and powders Will bear witness to their inconvenience j and failure to really cure. i There are a number of excellent in ternal remedies for catarrh, but prob- ably the best and certainly the satest 13 . a new remedy, composed or i:ea uiim, Blood Jtoot and similar antiseptic rem edies and other valuable catarrh spe cific... This remedy is in tablet form, pleas ant to the taste, and sold by druggists under tbe name of Sturt's Catarrh Tablets, and anyone suffering from ca tarrh may use these tablets with abso lute assurance that they contain no cocaine, opiate nor any poisonous min eral whatever. A leading druggist in Albany speaking of catarrh cures, says: "I have sold va rious catarrh cures for years, but have never sold any which gave such general atlsfactlon as Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. They contain in a pleasant, concentrated form all the best and latest catarrh rem edies, and catarrh sufferers who have used douches, sprays and salves have been astonisred at the quick relief and permanent results obtained after a week's use of Stuart's Catarrh Tab lets." All druggists sell full sized pack ages for 50 cents. Most Interesting You may dabble in many things and with little credit to yourself, but when you come to real estate you have a firm basis on which to work, and the results are most interesting-. W. S. GRGUNDTIUL Real Estate, Loans, Kents, Collections, Insurance. 117 West 7th St. Telephone 199. Don't Swear We can put your Stove up! without any proianity and we have the best of every thing;. The Thomas White R. 0. Heater Has No Fqual Our Steel Cooks and Ranges are just the thing for that Thanksgiving dinner. We have Everything for House keeping, New and Second-Hand. BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE. J. W. JONES & SON, Phone 707. 320 Kan. Ave. Resubmission in Vermont. Montpelicr, Vt, Nov. 22. Iloth branch es of the legislature have passed a lo cal option hlph license bill with referen dum attached and the bill will he sub mitted to a vote of the m nils in Janu ary. Should a majority then declare in favor of tiie bid the law will go into effect on the first Tues! i;- a March next. An amendment' to allow women to vote on the referendum was defeated, 138 to r.7. Lucky Leavenworth Kan. "Leavenworth, Kas., N"V. Lieut. W. C. Fitzpatriek. Seventh infantry, one of the student officers attending the gen eral service and staff college at Fort I-envenworth. has just sold part of his land at "eaurnont. Tex., for a tiuarte: million dollars. Lieut. Fitzpalrir-k owned 40 acres of land in the best oil district near Praumnnt. lie sold ten acres for a quarter million dollars. He wit! con tinue in the army as a student officer at the war college here. Stepped Against a Hot Stove. A child of Mrs. George T. Benson, when fretting his usual Saturday niht bath, stepped bad: against a hot M'.ve which burned him severely. The oh'Ui was in great agony and his mother cou.a do noth ing to pacify him. Rememlx ri.i that she had a bottle of chamberlain's i -r.'u BaLn in the house, she thought she woc.M try It. In less Chan half an hour after apply ing it the child was quiet and asleep. ;-nd In less than two weeks was wtll." Mr:?. Benson is a well known resident of Kellir. Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and especially valuable for burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale by ail drug-lists. AFTER THE BEARS Holt Collier, Negro Guide, Tells Story of Hunt. "Finest Uent'man from de Xo'th l:it I Ever Met." Smedes, Miss.. Nov. 22. Holt Collier, the veteran" negro swamp guide and bear hunter, told a correspondent the full .story of his four days' exoerienee with President Koosevelt. Holt was busily engaged in getting his horses, dogs and hunting: outfit aboard a car on the siding- here, to be taken back to his home at Greenville. Holt Collier ,is one of the conspicuous figures in the Mississippi delta. His skill with his rifle and his constant at tention to the trail for the past 40 years have made him perfectly familiar with the ins and outs of the woods, and every foot of the clalta soil from Yieksburg to Memphis. He was President Koose velt's personal guide throughout the hunt. Here is his story thte first detail ed story of the hunt yet told: "I know all these gent'men in de party has had a miehtv fine time, and, as for de president, I never seen a man in all my times of hunting in dese woods what joyed a hunt like he did. He was jes' as happy as a schoolboy, and he certainly is a deadgame sport. "We started out Thursday, and it took us 'bout till dark to get in amp and get settled good. So, on Friday morn ing, 'fore we started out, Mr. P-oosevelt said he was awful anxious to kill) a bar. "Ho, when he said dat. I told him dat I was determined for him to get dat chance, and, if I had to run a b'ar down and tie him. T would see dat he got a chance to get a shot. "Of course, de party all scattered, and we begins to hunt, and somehow T felt like I was a'goin' to get a big one up, and, sho' 'nuff, I was not wrong, 'cause dat b'ar we first started was de biggest he ba'r I ever see or heard tell of for a long: time. "He was a hard one to run down, too, I am here to tell you. When I heerd dat rascal breaking through de cane and my doss hot after him. I knew I was a-goin' to get close after him. 1 was anxious for someone to ride around and get the president to follow in with us, as I kept on feelin' dat he could get a big b'ar 'fore Ions'. "Whar was de president? Why, lordy, chile, he was a-snookin" round on his own hook in de jungle. Dat man wouldn't be tied to nobody, i done make a terrible noise, so he'd come whar de b'ar war. but whar wus he? "When my dogs did run dat b'ar down he went down in a mud hole, and it was kinder thick and hard to get at, so 1 stood round and didn't shoot, 'cause I wanted the colonel to hurry up and come in behind me so he could kill the first one. "X tried my best to get dat big b'ar to tree, but he wouldn't, fo I thought he was jes' goin' to get the best of my pack so I hit him with the butt of my gun and then throwed my lasso 'bout his neck and made him fast to a wilier tree. "Then they done got de president, and den. when he come up, I ses: " 'Shoot de b'ar. colonel, he's tied." " ' 'Sense me,' says Colonel Koosevelt, lafHn' at the b'ar all tide up dar nice and snug. ' 'Scuse me,' ses he, 'dat's too easy." "Be president was sho'ly sort of oon tempuse wid de situation, and I feels more liken a mule dan a hunter. "De president sed sumpin', 1 spect it war from de Bible, bout it no use slayin' de helpless. Dere I was wit my b'ar done tied up. and I think mighty fast to get out i-f dat fix. " 'Stick him,' ses I to Massa TVrker, ?nd den I showed him how to do de trick. I tell you. my hot.ey, dat big rascal didn't las' much longer after dat knife went into him. "I say: 'Colonel, you watch me (dose an' you sho'ly get a b'ar.' Den he lafs and ses: 'All right. Ho. I'll keep ur eye onto you.' "Well, v" t'ewd around in dat swamp liken we wus out for blood, 'case the president was bound to do sumpin'. Put it warnt no use dat day. Dey brings Mr. B'ar No. 2 int-fecamp dat evening, but he was nothiti liken de one we had hung up in de tree, all dressed, and de gcne'l, he didn't get it either. "Law me, honey, when we sets out de nex' day, dat was Saturday, I say to Ho, 'Ho, you sho'ly is a lucky boy to be hunting wid dat man: now you jes' fin' him a. b'ar sure.' "The president certainly did travel hard after- derrt dogs, and it were not his fault dat he didn't get a chance to shoot. He was riding a mare as which belongs to John Christian, one of ;he best nigger, hunters at Valley Park, and I am here to say dat t-u.-re ain't no better woods horse. I tode my old 'Frank,' which I h-ive bon riding for a many year, but I don't behave he is any better dan de mare de prcsi lent rode, that is for being a woods horse. "Of coi.rse she ain't no saddler, an' she lopes hard, but Col. Roosevelt was not a hok'lin' back for nothin' and he rode hard after b'ars, shu." "We didn't do no huntin' on Sundav, 'cause all of us is 'ligious. It was awful qukrt in de camp, as we wuz all modi titin' on de foohsness of life and eatin. I saw de president mos' every minute, and I do say dat he showed himself to be such a fine, good gent'man dat I was alw-iys admirin' of him. "I tell you. we done had a grand din ner, such lit-e dy couldn't possiblv have at de White House. How could dey j get 'possum and b'ar, which we had, wif sweet 't-!trs dnt melt in de president's rnouf and malt' him look so happy dat ae r;au a got. a appetite. "Den we l ad turkey gobbler, and did pie" r is '.no ;-crlite to say dat he eat mere ilan de n-esi'tent. It done maks me hungry ag'in when I looks back on dat dinncT. "De president says befoah dinner dat he wants to K; on a little stroll in de j woo is. Den one of de gentlemen ses to , ,lr - " 'Mistah President, why doan you I tike your gun wid you?' ; "TV ricri lent, lie shakes his h"d an' ; wi'ks away. He say: 'No; I ain't beer-. I al ne since a inn; time gone, an' I'se go'.n' be alone for a little while now.' I "I seed'd wh-it he done. He goes off and I sits down by de crick an' iA into de v.-pfer ?r.' at fie woods. Sec' he wo thinkin'. ton. but I couldn't tell. D"ii I 1 e pets up and comes in and settles I down to business a-oatin' of de 'possum I and d-- b'ar and de taters and de goh i bier, an' looks like he wus wholly happv. ir, e; -v.nt says, 'Goodness. iis js f,n ' ccc?t':.'. j whv? Ciuse we had dat black : dehbii r-r a Or,oli Pope Swirt. I reckon dev niE't no one in de delta can cook things no to rte taste like dat Pope, an' i -n you talk about cookln b'ar. whar is de eoual of Pope Swirt, who lives at Eki ornont, an' all de white folks knows.' 'Wear we p-wine. Ho?' ses de presi dent to me when nex' we starts out. " 'T sh'-ws you whar we gwine.' pes I to de president. T ain't gwine to bodder you wif rio directions, but I takes you sholy to whir de b'ar is.' "De pre;-! dent. Hs fce smole, and I bump myself dat day. I could have skun all dem b'r- alive de wpv dev cut u; an' bile nwey in de jungle dat day. "Col. Roosevelt and me jes skin around dem woods till I done feel like 1 aiu't got no legs, but de president h never souoek once de whole time. Ses I to Ho. dat man sholy peter out at dis T Ep?3J fj ADS. FSEJfi MESSENGER FOE WANTS. ftU. a Postal Telegrp.ph Cable box or call by either telephone No. 417 and have your Want Ads brought to the State Jour nal office by free messenger. No charge to you for messenger service. Cot of classi fied ads 5 cents per line of 6 words to the line and every fraction thereof. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED A position by a stenographer with some experience. Address X. y., care Journal. WANTED Plaster ins Outside parties having plastering or cementing to do can gei the btst rtsuns by addressing the sec letary of plasterers' union, J. Ax. O'Krien, 223 K. 10th St., Topeka. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up V. M. C. A., telephone 311. We have a list ot men and confidential ie erences concerning them. Y. M. C. A. Employment Bureau, 117 E- 8th 8t WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Manager. We desire to employ a trustworthy lady or gentleman to man age our business in thus county and ad joining territory. Our house is well and fa- orabiy known: $30 suaigm. casri salary and all expenses paid eacn week by check direct from iu aduuarters. Expense money advanced; previous experience unneces sary; position permanent. Address Thoa. J. Cooper, manager, 104!) Caxton bldg., Chi cago, 111. DETECTIVES, every locality, gool salary, .experience unnecessary. International Detective- Agency, Milwaukee, Wis. WANTED Man or strong boy to deliver groceries. Inquire at, Ruchdale- store, 6-3 Quii.cy. WANTED A first class young man to take charge of a real estate office; a splendid opportunity for a good man. W. V. Mansptaker. TRUSTWORTHY man to represent Mfgr. in parts of Kansas, JIS per wcck. and ex penses; salary paid each week; expense money advanced. Self-addressed envelope. Smith, Mgr., 56 Dearborn, Chicago. WANTED Good stout boy to build tires and for general workaround stor. Apply tonight at the Model. CIVIL service government positions. 14,f,.S3 appointments this year; this is more than last year. Excellent opportunities for voting people. Catalogue of information free. Columbian Correspondence College, Washington, D. C. WANTED Reliable person In each dis trict to manage business for old house; salary $1S weekly; expenses advanced; po sition permanent. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Manager, 342 Caxton bidg., Chi cago. WANTED Messenger boys at Postal Tel. Cable Co., 517 Kansas ave. WANTED Men to learn barber trade; best proposition ever offered: more ex perience in one month than shops in ore year: tools presented: wages Saturdays, board included.- Write for catal -gue. Ho ler Barber college, St. Louis, Mo. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Chambermaid, also kitchen girl S. K. cor. Sth and Quincy sts. $4.0) PER I'M securing addresses for us. Send dime and stamp for blank book and particulars. G. Coleman, 504!) Grand blvd., Chicago. WANTED White girl to do second house work at 3W W. iuth st. rate, and he git mad an' cuss me for bein' a good-for-nothin' guide, bun dere's where I was fooled. He keeps a stiff upper lip, and he laf when I'se nearly ready to back out' of de game 'cause we had such bad luck. "De president cheer me up, and de rest, too. He tells me. jes' like it was : nufi'in, 'bout some mighty fine hunts he done had over in de Rockies, .'bout shoc.tin' lions and moose. He say he had some mighty good times, but 'Ho,' he say, T gwine tell you dat I ain't never had no nicer time anywhere den right here in dese Misippv woods.' Dat's de very words de colonel ses to me. "Den he talked to de gentlemen 'bout various things, but I ain't gwine tell you al! dat. case we was talkin' pri vate. "De same hoodoo was on us de third day, but I done feel sure de president gits a shot at a b'ar. He sholv did nearly git one dat he chased all de way from S to 3 o'clock. "Den what you think dat scoun'rel b'ar do? He breaks away from de dogs and goes whoppin' acrost a ribber. and Ho knows he is done gone for good. Den I tole de gent'men dere wan't no use goin' no furder. "'I spec' ses de president, lafnn. 'dat we ain't going git no b'ar dis trip.' "De president he took de skull of de big b'ar dat Mister Parker stick, and he say dat he take dat skull home to keeo. When we gets ready to leave de camp, de president was de mos' jolly of all de' gent'men. Dey all say we hates to leave dis camp, and de president say it was a 'delightful place,' jes' like dat. "Every people 'round here jes' like dat Col. Koosevelt, first class. He talk wif all rle feilks at Smedes Station, and maiks dem his good friends. "De ride from de camp to Smedes was de grandest dat I ever seen down hyar. Colonel Itoosevelt dashed off in de lead, and I am hyar to tell you dat he set a hot pace for dem odder gent'men. We made de whole trip 'round de woods in jes' 40 minutes, as we stopped three minutes at Jackson's. "I wants to tell you dat I hated mightily to see de president go away, and so did all de odders down hyar. I kin on'.y say dat he's the finest from de No'th dat I ever met." He said that he had lost only two of his hunting degs, but added mournfully that old Remus, his champion dog, was. "all sv, ole un wid de dropsy," and prob ably would not live long. Collier is ."3 years old, well preserved, heavy set, of a rather light complexion, and wears a small mustache and a light beard under his chin. His eyes are alert, and his step is as active as when he was 20 years younger. Collier is known from Memphis to New Orleans for his integrity and trust worthiness. He w.-is born in Jefferson county, three miles from Fayette, and when he gi ew up. during the Civil war, he was a slave, owned by Howell Hines, a prominent man of the south in those time:s. Collier's grandfather. Harrison Collier, went to. the battle of New Or leans with General Jackson and Thomas PJines. Holt was only 13 years of age when he killed his first bear, while he and his master were out on a hunt In the same region w here the president has just con cluded his sojourn. A Startling Surprise. Very few could believe in looking at A. T. Hoadley, n heahhy. robust blacksmith of Tildfii, Ind.. that for ten years he suf fered such tortures from rheumatism as few could endure and live. But a wonde -fid change followed his taking Eleetr. j Bitters. "Two bt-.ltlcs v, Polly cured rr-c." he writes, "and I have not felt a twinge in over a year." They regulate the cd neys, purify the blood and cure rheuma tism, neuralgia, nervousness, improve di gestion and give perfect health. Try them. Only 50c nt Arnold Drug Co., 821 North Kansas avenue. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED A competent girl for general house work; family of three; good wages; references required. 421 Clay St. WANTED A competent girl; family of 2. S22 W. Sth st. WANTED Experienced colored girl for general housework in small family; none other need apply. 405 Tyler st. LADIES, new home work making sofa pil lows, slippers, etc., $7 to MS weekly; ma terial furnished; no canvassing; steady work. Send stamped addressed envelope. New Textile Mfg. Co., Erie St., Chicago. ENERGETIC woman travel, collect in Kansas, $25 for first 12 days' work; per month and expenses thereafter: posi tion permanent. Send addressed envelope. Mgr. McBrooy. Star bldg., Chicago. LADIES to do piecework at their homes; we furnish all materials and pay from V to 512 weekly. Send stamped envelope to Koyal Co.. 34 Monroe St., Chicago. WANTED Girl for housework in small family, good wages. 3u0 Clay st. LADIES to embroider doilies and center pieces at home: all materials furnished; highest prices oaid; no canvassing. Send stamped envelope to Ely Novelty Co., Ely bldg., Chicago. WANTED Experienced dining room girl. 122 W. 6th st., Topeka Wei. WANTED White cook at 018 Monroe st. WANTED A girl for general house work; no washing. Inquire at 604 Kan sas ave. WANTED Good girl for general house work, family of 3. 909 Quincy st. WANTED - AGENTS. AGENT'S, aluminum Christmas and New Year cards, best holiday sellers, samples 10c. Aluminum gootis, eardcascs and cards. Simmons Co., 5a ir-ark Place, New York- AG ENTS We guarantee $3 to $5 a day in troducing our genuine Supe r-AsbesLos wicks; lignt equal to incandescent electric ity: lasts about 8 years. Address F.reuroof Safety Wick Works, Chicago. AGENTS T30 to C50 weekly easily made. We prove this. Luminous nameplates, numbers, signs readable darkest nights: samples free. Right Supply Co., Engle wood, ill. AGENTS, general and local, sell magnifi cent group picture, Pre-sidents of Uniteo States; big profits in holiday trade. Write quick. T. P. Co., WW Tribune bldg., Chicago. WANTED Insurance agents; will pay both salary and commission to hustlers. American Benevolent association, 605 Kansas ave. PORTRAIT AGENTS, send addresser. We want to send you sample of coming pic ture, also crayons, sepias and pasteis. Fi delity Portrait Co. ,303 W. Lake st.,Chicagex $Th WEEKLY and expenses: sample free. Greatest money making invention of the age; automatic washer, does a washing in 3d minutes without labor or attention; cheaper than any othep; indestructible. Everybody buys; agents coining money; thousands of testimonials. Automatic Washer Co.. Station U, Chicago. OUTFIT free, credit gK'en; Cut-price X mas books: 50c book 12Vc: $1 book 2.)C; $1.50 book oUc. Ferguson, 5144 5th St., Cin cinnati. AGENTS make big money selling our goods; write quick; full particulars: ex tensive territory free. The Cremoline Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo. WANTED Canvassers "to sell our cloth toys, rag; dolls and art pillow tops, iiest selling holiday novelty made. Anyone can sell them. Large profit. Art Fabric Mills, New Haven, Conn. LADY agent in every .city to sell first cbiss toilet article used in every family; retails 50c: 1-3 commission: bright woman of good address can make fine income. Ad dress G. R-, P. O. Box 1C60, Boston, Mass. 100 MONEY making secrets, everyone a winner, 64 pages: price 10c. Lancaster Novelty Co., Lancaster, O. SALESMEN New window trimmer, side line, good commission: references... 2th Century Fixture Co.. 168 Pandolph St. Chi cago. WANTED Salesmen to call on doctors only on behalf of the leading firm in busi ness. Established trade. Position perma nent. State experience. Address P. O. Box fc5S. Philadelphia. YOT'NG man travel. $16 weekly: expenses advanced; permanent position. Inclose self-addressed envelope. Mgr. Perkins, Man hattan bltlg., Chicago. WANTED Salesmen for staple, attractive line of goods, millinery and general nidse. trade; liberal propeisition. J. W. Breen, Main and Walnut sts., St. Louis, Mo. SALESMAN to sell perfumery and toilet articles to dry goods and general melse. trade. Box 1025. St. Louis, Mo. EXPERIENCED salesman at once; sales manship and integrity will make position permanent: customers' sales guaranteed to meet payments: permanent to rignt man, Church & Co., Box 175, Cleveland, O. WANTED At once, experieneed traveling salesman for Kansas; we want a sales man; no novice need apply. Box 614, Chi cago. WANTED Salesmen to sell lubricating oils and greases on salary or commission. Excellent side line. The A. G. Harbaugh Co., Cleveland, O. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED i Staole capacity for 14 horses. WILLIAM GREEN & SONS. WANTED To ao your hauline. Topeka Transfer and Storage Co. Both 'phones 320. 1. P. Bacon, president; J. H. Gay hart, superintendent. 523 Jackson st. WANTED Feathers of all kinds, for which we will pay highest market prices. WILLIAM SHICK, 127 Kansas Ave. or Tel. 436. WANTED To do your hauline. Topeka Transfer and Storage Co. Bo'h 'phor.es 320. F. P. Bacon, president; I. H. Gay hart, superintendent. 523 Jackson st. WANTED 6-1 id range, warming Range 20, care Journal. HORSES WANTED The undersigned have purchased the Benneit barn on West Eighth street, and will buy horses for the foreign and eastern markets. Horses must be fat and from 4 to S year oiel. Will be at the barn every Saturoar. IMMEL & NORKIS. WANTED A ten or fifteen noise pow er boiler. Dr. Lyman, 7u5 Kansas ave nue. W ANTE D To do your hauling. Topeka Ttansfer and Storage Co. Both 'phones 320. J;'. P. Bacon, president: T. H. Gay hart, superintendent. 523 Jackson st. SVAN"T?:D Wells and cisterns to clean, without watte of water. 1225 Uncoln. FOR RENT-ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished rooni for house keeping or lodging. 711 Madison. FOR RENT Nicely furnished looms. 624 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Rooms, with or without board. Julia A. Wiley, 1101 Van Buren street. FOR RENT First floor, front office. Co lumbian building, with vault and all modern conveniences. Apply to H. C. Bowman. 42 Columbian building. Indepen dent 'phone 6S1. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with board: all modern conveniences; special prices where two occupy one room, oitf Harrison st. . FOX RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, one front room. 426 Harrison et. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 1010 Kan sas ave. FOR RENT Pleasant rooms, single or en suite, furnished or unfurnished, bath and gas. References required. H. C. M., care Journal. FOR RENT Large furnished front room, with alcove. 6W W. 10th St. FOR 'RENT Furnished front looms for man and wife, also for light housekeep ing and board. 204 W. 4th st. ; FOR RENT Nicely furnished down stair front room. 207 Quincy st. FOR RENT - Desk room at Room No. 3, 600 Kansas ave. FOR- RENT Newly furnished rooms. mod ern conveniences; also housekeeping rooms. S13 Monroe. FOR RENT Furnished rooms iirst floor. 210 E. 5th St. FOR RENT 6 furnished rooms, upstairs. 310 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Fine furnished room, heat, bath, hot and cold water. 514 Monroe St. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat and modern conveniences. Southwest cornev Sth and Madison. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms light housekeeping, steam heat. 723 Quincy. fJRENTHTJSES ' FOR RENT BY G. B. FAYNK & CO., 627 KANSAS AVE. : 1251 Polk St., 6 rooms, il2. 1135 Clay. 7 rooms, $15. 7iS Lincoln, 4 rooms. $0. 7?,1 Lincoln, 8 rooms, $15. . 5 room house Maple Grove. $i. 1:11 Kansas ave.. North Topeka, $8. 12e-6 Van Buren St., North Topeka, $9. Kooms on Kansas ave. FOR RENT TWENTY-SIX HOUSES. BENEDICT & CO., 601 Kansas Ave FOR PENT Good list of houses. WOOD & DICKINSON. 534 Kansas Ave. FOR R E N T 12 room house, west, good place fo roomers. 1013 Huntoon, 6 rooms, bath, etc. 5e3 Clay, 7 rooms (repaired). 301 Clay, 7 rooms, water inside, stable. 51J Clay, 7 rooms, grate, gas." 32S Jackson, blacksmith shop. J. E. TORRINGTON. Tel. 22S. 109 West 6th St. FOR RENT , 14 room modem house W. 6th. 7 loom house, barn, W. '12th. 8 room house Morris ave. 6 room modern house, barn. W. Sth. 4 room house Taylor, small family. 5 room house, barn, Sth and Madison. 6 room house Polk. 5 roem house Topeka ave. Rents very reasonable. R. A. RICHARDS. Ill West Sixth St. FOR RENT 6 room house 1011 Huntoon St., moelern. Apply 1263 Clay St. FOR RENT-TWENTY-SIX HOUSES. BENEDICT .& CO., 601 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT 7 room house. barn, well, cistern and citv water, x'lumbed for gas with fixtures. 1411 Wrest Sixth ave. In quire 834 Morris teve. FOR RENT 8 rcom house, bp.rn, well, cistern, all in good condition. Inquire at 1125 North Jackson st. WHY pay rent We buy you a home any where; payments same as rent: no inter est. Agents wanted. Splendid proposition. Free booklet. Fraternal Home Savings as sociation, Chicago. FOR RENT Large house, gas and bath, new fur nace, if desired, to right parties. Inquire 715 W. 6th St. . FOR RENT TWENTY-SIX HOUSES. . BENEDICT & CO.. 601 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT 8 room house, cistern and hydrant, ?1S. 313 E. 10th st. FOR RENT 5 room house with gass barn, close in. Inquire mil Quincy. FOR RENT 6 room cottage IKS Lane. In quire 23 Madison. FOR RENT Modern 5 room cottage. In quire 1237 Fillmore st. PERSONAL. MYSTIC oracle, fortune teller, dream book Foretells future events, 10c. The Hunt Co., Mt. Carmel, lnd. KNOW thy future. Send dime and birth date for facts. Plato, scientific astrolo ger,. Box 225, Buffalo, N. Y. MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cocaine habit: myself cured, will inform you of harmless. permanent home cure. Mrs. Baldwin. Box 1212. Chicago. BUSINESS CHANCES. DON'T buy a mail order business: start your own: 70 manufacturers back you. 5-) capital required. Don't write if you haven't got it. Geo. R. Craw, Suite 54, 84 Adams St., Chicago. THIS Beats New Jersey Charters pro cured under S. Dakota laws for a few dollars. Write for corporation laws, blanks, by-laws anil forms to Philip Lawrence. late Ass't secretary of state, Huron, Beadle county. South Dakota. BIG profits, no risk, in capital stock of Ve netian Mining Co. at l'ic per share ipar value $1) can be absolutely relied upon. They own largest high grade manganese deposits in America and immense beds of the finest graele of slate: both products in great demand: little competition: will vieid immense profits: leading men of country in this company. Write for particulars. The Chicago Brokerage Co., fiscal agents, 162 La Salle St.. Chicago. OREGON red apples bring big profits, best apple land, cheap now, enhancing in value rapidly, perfect climate. Write He-lines Bros., Central Feint, Ore., for circulars. A GUARANTEED weekly rate of profit on large or small investments with earnings paid in cash weekly. Your money subject to withdraway on demand and absolutely safe. This plan of investment is offered by the H. E. Whitman &r. Co. Co-operative stables and can not be surpassed. Rigid inquiry and thorough investigation solicit ed. Prominent business men and commer cial agencies of San Francisco indorse their responsibility and reliability. For full par ticulars address II. E. Whitman b Co., Callaghan bldg., San Francisco, Cal. SMALL investors make big profits. The John J. Ryan Co. Co-operative breeding farm and boxikmaking enterurise. whose- le- liability is uneiuestibned, have demonstrat eel their ability to pay 5 per c.mt weehiy on investments of $10 and upwards. Th? skeptical don't see how this is possible. but the wise reserve their decision until they receive particulars and are able to investi gate for themselves. This firm owns one of the largest stock farms east and the farm and ail stallions and broodmares on said farm are the exclusive property of this company in connection with the bookmr.k ing enterprise. These are all assets of this company. Write for particulars, which will be stent free. Address John J. Ryan Co., St. Louis. Mo. BUY wheat and corn. $ic) invested in gram or str-cks bv our Safety Valve Plan should result in a profit of $54 to ft.iM within 30 days. Write for particulars and send for our free book. Modern Methods for Safe Investments.' Richard Oliver Co.. bankers and brokers. Chicago Stock Exchange, bldg., Chicago. SEND for free book, facts and figures. explaining option trading. S20 margins, l.oeo .bu. 2 cents. Osborn Grain Co.. M3 Phoenix bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.; mem bers Chamber Commerce. $150 TAKES business paying $75 permomh, sickness cause of selling. Business, care Journal. MISCELLANEOUS. ROEDIGER & SON. WHO'S youR CLEANER? 1 ROEDIGER & SON. Cleaning and Dying Works. 'PHONE 957. S20 KANSAS AVE. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $o.50 until Dee. 1st, at Howard's. INSURE your time agairfst sickness or accident, Jl.'jO per mont pays from $20 to $100 per month benefits. N. B. Camp bell, 605 Kansas ave. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savor seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. . GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas ave. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN The place to get all kinds of good baths and mas sage treatment is at the Turkish bath house of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kihlber, under the Natiunal hotel. PARLOR billiard tables and game boards at Howard's. -. . SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co.. 706 Kan. ave. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES PRICK AT HOWARD'S. AT HALF PEORIA OAK heaters, $16. 116 E. Sth st. FOOTBALL at'PPLTES PRICE AT HOWARD'S. AT HALF HORSE'S, harness, wagons, buggls, carts bought, sold or exchanged. Newell, iI2 Kansas ave. SINGLE BARREL, hh grade $7.50 gun lor 45.50 until Dec. 1st, at Howard's. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 5o3 ICansas ave. WHEN you move, let U3 do your hauling Ring up either 'phone, 320, Topeka Trans ler and Storage Co. F. P. Bacon, presi dent; J. H. Gayhart, superintendent, 523 Jackson st. PARLOR billiard tables and game boards at Howard'.. HIGHEST prices paid for all kinds of harness. Newell, a22 Kansas ave. IF you need a sewing machine, examine the White before buving. Sold by J. C. Harding, 117 E. 6th st. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES AT HALF PRICE AT HOWARD'S. FELLOW Traveller, to the bar of God. who drirks; Do you wish to set on with the sober world? If so. call or write De Voe Liquor Cure Co.. 534 Kinsas ave and 102 E. 6th St., Topeka, Kan. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $5.50 until De.?. 1st. at Howard's. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 70(1 Kan. ave. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's. 503 ICansas ave. RING UP either 'phone, 320, the Topeka Transfer and Storage Co., if you want any kind of hauling done. F. P. Bacon, president; J. H. Gayhart, superintendent, t23 Jackson St. PARLOR billiard tables and game boards at Howard's. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES PRICE AT HOWARD'S. AT HAL? MANDOLIN and guitar lessons at pupil's homps, 5oc; lessons by mail. 20c. Addr3:-s by card to Albert Shutt, Railroad Y. M. C. A., Topeka. SINGLE BARREL, high grai-3 $7.50 gun for $5.50 until .Dec. 1st, at Howard's. SPECIAL FRICE.S all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. PARI.OR billiard tables and game boards at Howard'-. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sets, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES PRICE AT HOWARD'S. AT HALF WHEN you move, let us do your hnuling. Ring up cither 'phone. 320. Topeka Trans fer and Storage Co. F. P. Bacon, presi dent; J. il. Gayhart. superintendent. 5?3 Jackson st. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $o.50 until Dec. 1st, at Howard's. SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving acts, savory seamless roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 70S Kan. --ave. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas are. FOP. SALE New stock of carpets and curtains: alsti new line of staves. W. G. Frazier, 300 E. 4th st. PARLOR billiard tables and game boards at Howard's. WHEN you move, let us do your hauling. Ring up either 'phtme. 320. Topeka Trans fer and Storage Co. F. P. Bacon, presi dent: J. H. Gayhart, superintendent. 23 Jackson st. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES PRICE AT HOWARD'S. AT HAL? SPECIAL PRICES all next week on carving sts, savory seamPss roasters and imported white enamel ware at The Coughlin Hardware Co., 706 Kan. ave. SINGLE BARREL, his for 55.50 until Dec. 1st, h grade $7.50 i at Howard's. SPECIAL Good 6-hole range, reservoir, $8. Hi E. Sth St. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving dav at How- ill e , ,)IO - T I rt .7, RTNG UP either 'phone, 326-, the Topeka Transfer and Storage Co,, if you want any kind of hauling done. F. P. Bacon, pr?ident: J. H. Gayhart, superintendent, 523 Jackson st. PARLOR billiard tables and game at Howa'd's. boards SPECIAL price on a steel range this wee' 113 E. Sth si. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES FRICE AT HOWARD'S. HALi RING UP either 'phone. 320, the Topeka Transfer and Storage Co., If vou want anv kind of hmihug done. F. P Bacon, president; J. H. Gayhart. superintendent. 523 Jackson st. GUNS t rent Thanksgiving day at How ard' s. 5(33 Kansas av. LOST AND FOUND. LOST $25 Friday night on East Fourth or Kansas ave. Reward to nnaer, ao Chestnut st. FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE-,1 acre ground and rew o room house near Washburn tor insiae property. Address Trade, care Journal. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALli-Grocery and meat market, croetd location, ritftn stock, cheap rent; small capital. A bargain if sold soon. Ad dress G. M. M.. care Journal. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $5.50 until Dec. 1st, at iiowaru s. FOR SALE Good Journal route. Addrca H. P. Pond, axtt Euclid ave. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard s, 503 Kansas ave. FOR SAL1-J Monkey stove with oven, ga hoi male- hiiitl i air oil rollers and I tt-it of Encyclopedia Brittanica, 25 vol., cheap. 12.2 Bucnanan tjt. PARLOR billiard tables and same board at Howard'a. FOR SALE Good horse,; cheap, warrant ed sound. 1127 Monroe st- FOOTBALL SUPPLIES AT HALF PRICE AT HOWARD'S. FOR SALE Two fine ladies' watches. N. B. Campbell, 6o5 Kansas ave. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 uun for $5.50 until Dec- 1st, at Howard's. FOR SALE A lot of nice fixtures, coun ters, etc. 7th and Quincy sts. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness. Inquire evenimjs .after 5:30 o'clock at SoS Quincy st. SINGLE BARREL, high gTade $7.50 gun lor $5.50 until Dae. 1st, .at Howard's. FOR SALE Good vonng Jersey cow very reasonable. E. J. Covell, 615 W. 10th St. GUNS to rent Tli jnksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas ave. FOR SALE A nice mantel folding bed. Call at 323 Clay St. PARLOR billiard tables and game boarda at Howard's. FOR SALE: One S-year-old Jersey heifer. 118 East 7th St. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $5.50 until Dec. 1st, at Howard's. FOR SALE A good family htirse, cheap. Inquire at Love & Cook's, livery barn. FOOTBALL SUPPLIES PRICE AT HOWARD'S. FOR SALE One golden oak and one ma hogany' folding bed, one burr walnut and erne curly birch combination bookcase and secretary, one walnut warelrobe; the above nearly new. Inquire at 5u4 W. lotn St., upstairs. FOOTB LL SUPPLIES AT HALF PRICE AT HOWARD'S. FOR SALE A lot of nice fixtures, coun ters, etc. 7th and Quincy sts. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $5.50 until Dec. 1st, at Howard's. FOR SALE Spring wagon. S.1S- covered spring wagon, $25. D17 E. 6th fct. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Organ, $20; upright piano, $H0. 921 E. Sth st. PARIjOR billiard tables and game boards at Howard'-. FOR SALE New stock of eai pets and curtains: also m-w line of stoves. W. G. Frazier. 300 E. 4th st. i FOOTBALL SUPPLIES AT HALF PRICE AT HOWARD'S. FOR SALE 2 milch cows. P8 East 7th street. - ' GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Furniture of 6 furnished rooms. 310 Kansas ave. SINGLE BARREL, high grade $7.50 gun for $5.50 until Dec. 1st, at Howard's. FOR SALF Some good second hand heat ers, $5 and $;. llf. E. Sth st. GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 80 young stock heigs. Joseph, Soorey. T. D. PARLOR billiard tables and game boards at Howard'-. FOR SALE A James A. Starr upright piano. 1233 Fillmore St. FOOTBALL SUPPL1 RS AT HALI?" PRICE AT HOWARD'S. FOR SALE 2 short horn bull calves, ono yearling, one 2 years old. 118 B. 7th St. PARLOR billiard tables and game boarJa at Howard'a. TO florists or steamfitters a quantity -of wrought iron pipe, valves. elbows, fiances, coupling, etc.. 4, 6 and 10 inch: good as new; for sale at 7th and Quincy. ' r GUNS to rent Thanksgiving day at Hot ard's. 203 ICansas ave. FOR SALE One of the best all round - :!y horses on- earth: perfectly rafe r,', reliable anywhere: nothing friihtor's him: also surrey and harness. Irquire f Dr. Eidsor. at the Life Saving Station. GUNS to rrrt Thanksgiving day at How ard's, 503 Kansas ave. FOR SALE At 515 Lincoln Ft. .almost neV surrey, hard coal Garland baseburner stove, soft coal took stov- and 4-burnr,r gasoline stnv. Must be sold this week, as family is leaving the city. PARIXiR bidiard tables and game boards at Howard'-. FOR SALE Cheap, Americanized Encyclo paedia Britnnnica. Revised and amend ed in ten volu-nes. 1036 Pine st GUNS to rent Tharksglving dav at How ard's. 503 Kansas ave. FOR SALE -REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE S room hoii'o Fidmore St.. 2 at front lots. Must sill. Other bargains that will pay lo to 24 per en on Investment 7.. T. FISHER, 41S Kansas Ava. FOR SALE Good house 5 rooms barn 4'4 lots. Oahland, '-!. ' rocm house. 2 lots, Winfleld ave., only . .'!L.Hnjr hr"ise'J',4 !ots' Kp"am ave., onlv $'Sfio: $00 cash: balance easv. . , . , Few choice lots Leigan ave P. C. MOORE. 420 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE Farm 80 acres, 3!) minutes' drive from N. Topeka, $3. 500. P C Moore 420 Kansas ave. ' ' PIANO AND VOICE. MISS HILDA FLODENBERGTreu-eCioT al teacher in piano and voice tud:o Taylor st. Hours: S to 2 p. m.. 6 to 8 p. m. CANCER CURED. CANCER, eczema, scrofula, asthma tu mors and all forms of skiifand blood eli eases positively cured. Inclose stamp f,V free sample and testimonials. Home k-mi edy .. Topeka. Kan. Jem- VOCAL TEACHER. " IRENE F HORNER, 1(1 a. m. to 2 u. m.. 5 to 6 d. in.