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TOPETCA STATE JOURNAL TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 9 1903.
9 L7.. 7 1 V I i f I . V.. .'V . I V i' "';! 1 V. ft . . " . ,:. V . Cm !ouly rounlpuHt'-.l 1' a CrA.'l is (hnt"d in. Tnm'iii! hi'', and eded with millniy hntii hat, :S of fjiv d of blue Owing Io Circnmslanees. Th'-r wrrv- t h i e f Uvrn in the play ir.fr of this lilt:.- I'-ni.-!;. or tra'-ly. Ehe the ht "i-" Tf." one most ron 1 1 ! H' -i wa h d at k-ry ed and 1'; some a rl it 1 1 th r I ; v ; ; 1 j i with a name unmis takably Irish and a voire that was as fchsi - hit-iy " -nuiury bnrn." Krrwin, lifiim wry miu h of a ''errif fln," did inn h'-ur ihi (hf"ct until it Mas e;iiaiiu'd to hi;n later by t he usual well li.t'-n! d I flip, o i-tvaiuiv. ii mi Ih-'ii it was a huh' Tim) lat'1 for 11ns-'. Meanwhile had likod it; thT(-: is a on-lain nu"J fd" app-al in the accent h-'ii the pt.-akt'T, who is also young arid jTWty. is. i-ijnUi.ii out t- you tr.f miowp and thf various p- aks. arid it'liin fiii to n h1 ra:la-i' si !y down that i.arruw trark, h-taus" f-ir nw com-r'S H is S':nu"-u hat li-ky, and th-. n tak--s it his-df at a taii'-'p. w hh li displa's aiik-? li'T pei i-ot t' -I'm a nd p--i ffM-t rriiu. Ki ' i n . t "' ii - ix t-d and hardly a -ra?s fi saddle until h-- cam-- to India, tookod upon the ii-l who cuild do this thin, vitli tht: (-d.' fd" th'' khud uhft drsr'-nu-insz sid."' of a mountain i ut-i ) hr.-a l-.in with t-arh thud of hvv iony's hiol"s, as soti'i" t h in mj p'-i mr fVfrn to li nnsHf , -"hiii was about th- hiyh-t romp'.i-IP.'-iO 't'-uid ritrl-.f'a.k-'! into til-'- .'. is., with 'o'y ltrrlr knowh-d.uo of the world i!i ra-rai and nor: wimi-wr of India, in paiti'-ulir. ii-1 had ouni-- out to P'- a small spok'- iri th- S-ir.'-t y"vorn-i:a"-ni;il in;.o. hm1. H q ; ily -t oth--fwis.' , j.-. r,ond upon Ui-' point of vbw h-1 did r,-u. kU"W his own hisig niti-jam.-o e'on w rvm i- ! d to tin1 Xa zr i st - itiou. which wa? a far trv fuun Simia and th upf"-"'!' rank:- of tho hcuvi-n born. His almighty ooiism. du hi supt rb ijrrmra m e of hf small - ha n;-'' of !if -md tho ways of W-.f world, !ausfd his t'p-arr t" natn him, within til-- Hcotsd ;;iy's s I i " vha'n d- tailing; Frowin t" a p'd'-ot audinc' of t'idmds. th- "Chela hurra sahib' ith' small U!at rnast'-r, w hlhi th'1 oih-'r C mni, with fui!' lr-.a.y, had d.ubb'-d him thf " Sub janta" o.h kriwwiny); whifh. not kuowirvr, l i-("A?n wf-nt on his way, fuhillfd Ins duti--s with a tiiorouKhn- ss alm-st pi i-j-'.iU in so j'tiuus? a boy. and o.'rupi 'd his -par-- hours riding with M iss J;.vsa a "Il'.-i! Mary" it r"mind..'d hini ot' ron vin)tf and u-"t simi'lnity and !hiiii:-; lik'- that--and at a lat'-r stain,- h w!"i" f-or;f pcr-ippy ass to h-T as "Mv PPs-Tp.ary," witl'.-.ut ap'doiry to S"U i , -i'h-s tho d'M-k f yp?. thf bright fa -f Uiat suioiy ohanp--d som- :.ff tim'--' a minntf. thf era v-ly a y tn.p"i . th i was no'hinc Irish about Khm-. Sh1"' hoi rr '"hf.'n lu'tn" that ur---it jfaiary w !.! h S'-fp-ms the lot of r-v i 1 1 th-1 i -mn-ti v Prod. H-r faUir had h-ni a. typical rfri-m-"!! 0.0,'tor. who did as hf liad hvi- !, v-'ty L-ay tir.d ? po. r. A sistff. tn:ir to a wealthy 1 nni1' son; n of I.u': now, whit catuo up to Nazia ifihs t i t h" hot we a t hf r, was 1 ioso's yua rd ian an i siipnortr. I - may It" placfd t Frw in'n oredu that thf know! of Miss Howa n's tuot: 1 a ry r'S i ! i - a . i on mi"ii pi oj v t y in ih narrow ht:l" statiou, ,lid not hi I'u.'O'o him ; h w a a ra. t hf r oinM'ui y-'ni.K man. a t 1 sM '. ! s a h f rmr from t h-- :T" ;s rd' having b- n to, w , n-imni pp. but h ' w as not mna mat y. Mora - t -!. as t)n- rvnirs of N a i a w nu!d if -la-.rk, tht r,- was an .fhaly ,r-u P, n--i n -law. s kh many rup t-s and no eh ild r ai , !t wa,s XoTn;bor hfi! Fr-w in wa jr:rf ? t - d to Nazra , omsfiiui nily t ht-ro w f.w penpP- in ih- station, and th lart j'nat -M r. I'airton. knee's sidcr, r-"1-in'Ui.fd up tl"irou"hfa;t i ho uiupu- was a a otaid-- on.f to tim now -'om- r. Not that i-'r-. win triod to ronvir.f-hims.-lf that ho ! "ra-ouf nt-d "The I.i d.ns ' for th--' ph-.i s ti is- of ni-'-t inar fat Mrs. T'airtn. who p'rstard ovf-n in 'o nih'-r. and w Im- conversation wa Fn it tly lanitfd to t h w a k--d ways of Th s-rvants, the sh-.rti ominus of h"r r'"ichbor. a:vl thf t-athor. H a owtifd. rid-v to himself and thf club, that M! iP.wan was nretty jual roi- well, and could talk of India and its iKoEdt f-u If she wero totally ujnorant nf ail th.insj hciish. and rraihl not apjir- i-iat th:-dd'.-ua. nre b tw-'-en a!i M. '. and a -ounty councillor. So h, in his he a v v wa y. tnusxht hr a little oTicernin Ffl ind. Mini shf. unknou ii;s;!v, tan;ia ::t:u many t idows Indian, and sawi.-t v. ;os kr.own in Nazra, having .cono down t" Calcutta, there wore few-r vonorri t u t"--d inn.iruos to was. Xot that I;o-o would, have nred if al! A!:raa-;v;ia had ids it to forbid her in-t-n-ouis with this yon t h f ul fivi ban v. hr ra-pi--snued to her the w hole gloi v r f tho I-:j-i!ish ornjiirc aid the porf-M tiori r-f ma nkind. Slie adorn d with a n im roasruunu a. iora lion w h io h would ha v h'--en foolish ami fupoi f'uous in th-.-honin of a i-t-nny imwh-tt". She was ordy twenty, and life so fas hrtd meant to her a convent, school and Nazra. with occasional wa . ks at hurk. now. and one whole fortid-ht of dNsU pata-n in Calcur ta. Moreover, she had tht? nature n f a Fair.t ra'h.--r than a flirt, and it was her Rmazin-lv ansr-die t- mp-T which most won Frown. A man bk- that son of Hriflda irirl until it palls, and h- wants a rhani;"'. So they rode and danc-d and dined tncfthr thr. mahout the four months' winter, while Mrs. Kurton Iramcd pio priety and conveniently woit to sh'.-p. The re was no defitnto nisa.ernent, but Just the mutual understanding PARISIAN LEGHORN 1 1 AT. : ... ... - ; ' .. .- J ,-A V- V I he brim cut !n tail? ami overln Id with wide Ince around the edgre. The large i r'.l.l.on and dark herrie with foli:s?e. Boa of white silk appliqued with black doited net over white chiffon. Lonir stoles in one with cape. which seems almost sweeter whe-n you '!? yitung and foolish, and trie world is v,ay the state which vtnsteht sich von selbst. the expressive tlorman Fa win w rote homo fanciful accounts, in confidence, to his favorite sister (it is a turmus fact that most errhTins do this), and wrote Rose many chits whan he should have been ntUudincr to tire service of government. The spri npr wind blow rose leaves through thf iv small paitif idar w:orld and made life a glad thini?. March brought back Nazra's summer population, including sundry of tlie lit -a veu born, without whose gruidin hands the station managed to do very wr P during the winter months, but who were absolutely necessary to the work in u; of things th-re when it began to warm up in the plains. dd C. S. m"n, w ith many rupees and few joys, owdnr to their touchy livers or th-df wives, younger ditto, to whom Nazra meant littif work, much gayety. and many flirtations, and who vofd India "'immense," not being able to pee from th ir comfortable place on the top rung that Anglo-India was situated chielly at the bottom of the latter, in staming plains, where there was small h isure rind less heart for polo and lawn ti.i.nij- e,.i- ir, who had been oonsid - erat'-ly sent up by their firms in ordt r to save giving them six months to Fug- j land; men without their wives, longing j for them daily: mr-n with their waves. wishing them a nv where hut in Nazra ! hourly; pallid, snarly-temperf d women, wi'h babes thar wero ditto, only more; j so; objectinnabl1 Anglo-Indian chil- j ilr-. n. coTitparcd with whom the Amcri- j can pa-mis i as an angel all the mis o'llanfous, unwhohsomf collection, of t : ri-Mi color, which wams up to an j idvllie hill station and makes it. Hades. ; The Nazra crowd inclmh-d the usual limited number of "just out" girls, brought out by their relatives as marriaf-'-abF- bus. under which handing came Mis Kihel Mayr.ard. She was the most p-rffct spe-fdmen possible of t h--. conventional F.ng'ish girl the sort you saw every Wednesday in Punch in I'm M turi-t's time, tall, fair, well dre-ss--d, warranted irveproa chahle in conver--atton and deportment, with a knowl edge of all the polite accomplishmentsj ami no rain of originality or tend'"-r- ( ivss in her w hole bodythe kind of j wa xr.a n a ma n marries V'ecause she suits his dining table and l no family ; Plat.- t-i,. io nevpr n shamed ot n"r. nui th1 vars go on he ts, very tired, j : and generally he lives his real lit apart. i It was at what th" newspaper hack 'ti!l continues to describe as a "minor function" that Miss Maynard met Miss ! Fowan; naturally. "Miss Ttowan. being ' asset i ited with trade, was not asked to i the ureat fun tions. ! ' Th it is MKs Tbuvan?" in response to ; Frftin's air cting nod. "Oh!" th ; ba'L'lisliw oman's nasty little "Oh!" with ; a sicrdiicant pause- after it. "She is the" - -Miss Maynard almost said "person" 1 "th e sa m c who did that ex t raord i n a ry 'thing last week ga Hoped a mile and a half n uitiht, alotie, to see snrne nativo?" , She was still honoring Rose with t? i s'arf Known in vulgar Fnclish as polite, win. not hej ng a ia re? m i nded ini n, f It awkward under Mi Maynard's disapproval. Vet he had thought at the lime, y la n Ih se had shvly told him of ! the incident, how srdendid it was of hr. "T-Tr - It was a very old serva nt her ; tact hjr's aya h. I hf Iiv." he replied, I "arid she was dvir.g, and s-nt a nifssaue , to her miL-sie baba." be broke off. lamely. I It sounded rea Uy absurd now, and ! 'Miss Maynard's light, cold eyes were! j disconcerting. Then he did a foolish thing, even for a griffin with no tact he introduced Hose to Miss F.fhc Maynard. Th-ve was til-'' usual stiff five nunues convrsa ; i ion. a a -1 as Rose moved away M iss Mavnard noticed that the last look was j to Fre win. j Ignoring the look and what it told her ; ; crijcpv comes naturally to many wo- j j n-i"--n M;s- Mava-d. with Rose harelv ; on of be-ariag. briefly: I s " "o u m rv born ?" t I t ul v that with the exqu iit e inHert ion i of the most refined and utter ront-'mnt ; natural to a pucea "girl frrun home." j ! d-;r y-s 'f lalieve so." said Krewin. j ' in a vague tnr,. as if he w ished he could ! t!--'uv il. nnt (V'mpleted his confusion bv lacoing. '!'.' s F-al!v Irish, vou know. I Miss Maynard laughs the F.nglish- tvivian'? little laugh of polite inored- ; U li t V ' V ?? Fannv thing, isn't it? They arc K I'erally Sentch." i I-fft-Uw Krevfp's Tdinn experience has j cot n n cnfficierith-' lonefhv for him to j an-.T'f ci:re the jr-"ult madid. b'-'.t wlv n h-"' rides with II' se next dav. the :- a: st h era to voice j;tr en his for the : tPrst time, t h- man v tri fline ir. era. noes siijt-e him in h new light and she .quivers at ha-iiahle fn Thf id-ps fr.ding wns swifter than hnd hern its t.-ginning. !iss Mnvi-urd wn only on-- d' the iriauy who, with the very best; i'llf in if ns was there evr r yet a woman ! W h ' if id h:i iro wir' imiI t heeo e'i mi f nnii ' ion"'.' tol-1 him mere or less candidly that i : was simnlv imnossiMe that h2 t-petUd ? h i i ; P oTj.iiish- of "that Rowan tir!.' His cha f's wife, who hrnl a p. ni brtv aptiuah- ;it n -i r a c m g f ther iop. 's a r-i a i -? T';" ! Si n."d wir h him i:rt'-. ntl -: t lie e p.-rs of the rrn r: 5 a ce P! 1 i s. v Wwirg Fr. win fis a ya cptr lean lilo-lv to mme na in the so l ire, rcd-d him to dine: wdiile 'he lets till t!'y(p,T!. observant that lie te;o3 ofire a race r;okicg bev. atid would nrort nlily have n c-imfr-rtabl' billet bates, flirted with him to a decree that si mole hearted Rose had never attempted. The hi j lcng solitude a deux was ended, and even when It was pns.iblf to renew it Fre win showed no eagerness to do so. A pla?e was made for Hm in Nazra society, by virtue of his position and its probabilities, and his eminently r spec-table relations at home, but there was no room for Miss Rowan in the ?ame circle. She missed Frtwin and. being young and foolish, did not understand. Out of the fullness of her loving heart The wrote him notes which made him frown and put on his judicial b k the same look which in la ter vars he gave subs when he told them that "this course must be immediate ly discontinued." T ie w rotf renties that were vague ex cuses at first, and stiffly formal . denials later. Rose cried over tbm and the strange pain that had come into life grew greater with each lett She -ivmte a last appeaJ, full of loving foolishness and angelic for giveness, find went up to the littC CaUi -lie chapel to petition that the answer might be as she would have It. And Frewin wrote back that "owing to circumstances circumstances over which neither of them had any control he had been forced to the conclusion that any more intimate relations tnan those of friends would not he wise for either." etc. It was a long, so mi -oft' tidal letter, trying to justify a position of which even Frewin had the grace to be ashamed; but the long worths, and careful phrasing were lost on a end whose heart was broken. "liv the way. Frewin." says a man at dinner, in the after years when Frewin is high in the service, and the former Miss Mavnard is presiding over his house and name with all the chill dignity of whien she gave promise, "who do you think nursed me when I was in the hospital with tvphoid last month? That pretty Rowan girl who used to be at Nazra when you ware there. Went into a convent and is a hospital sister now. Funny thing for her to do, wa-sn' t it ?" The speaker's tone is light. The matter is onlv a dinner table topic to "aim. Rut Frewin responded: "Yes, I should think so." so absently, his eyes looking back on life's yesterday for a moment, that his wife tells the kitmagar rather sharply that the hurra sahib is wanting champagne. Black and White. DElt GERMAN COBBLER. He Telia of a Fat and Jealous-Minded Policeman. It vhas a long timp apn dot der fat policeman comes into my shop und says: "Cobbler, I like you to know dot I vhas der greatest man on dis street. All der street cars stop tor me vhen I cross der road; all der brewery wagons turn around der corner vhen I hold oop my hand; all der peoples bow to me vhen I smile, und eaferybody runs into der house vhen I vhas mad. You keep it in mind how big I vhas." "Vhell?" I says. "Vhell, you shall keep my shoes in re pair und nor seharge me a cent. You may put a lift on my heel right avhay." 1 u-l! him dot my terms vhas cash and in God we trust, und dot 1 make no ut et' rence between a policemans und a plumber. Dot makes him mad. und he Kr.o-s avhay savins; dot I better look oudt for him. Kafer since dot time he vhas my enemy und like to pick a fuss, Ond day a woman cornea in und likes my adwice. She vhas a poor womans, und her husband runs avhay und leaves her mit a broken heart. I gives her ad wice, und she wipes avhay her tears und goes avhay happy, but in two min utes dot fat ifilirt man comes in und swells oop und yells at me: "How now. Cobbler? Vhat you say to dot womans?" "t gives h'jr some adwice." "Oh, you did? Who vhas you dot you give adwiee? If anypody vhas to give adwice it vhas me. Vhy don't you send her to me?" "I don't think of it." "Uut I'll make you think of It. Now look into my eyes. Don't you try to be ash big ash I vhas. or you vhill come oudt mit a broken headt. I vhas ad wiee for all. I vhas shudge. lawyer, jury uii'f poiieemans, und don't you forget it." Maype it vhas three days vhen a man comes in. He vhas pale in der face und haf a cough, und he says he has con sumption. Hfitirpfirly tells him to chew shoema ker's wax, und so he comes in for a piece. I don't pelief it vhas any good, but I send him avhay happy und hope he vhill soon be all right, vhen dot policeman shows oop und yells: "So you vhas at it again, eh? Vhat did you speak to dot man ahoudt?" "Aboudt his consumption," I said. ' Vhat aboudt it?" "He likes some shoemaker's wax to chew on." "Py tur.der, old man, but I li; to knock your headt off! If somepody coitus to you mit consumption it vhas your dun- to send him to me. Don't I take care of der pooblic health? Dnn't I pay a doctor to tell me der deeferenee between consumption und der grip? Und if he vhants something to cure it oop don't I send him py der drug store und git my 10 per eent?"l haf to learn you not to pe so fresh." He gifs me three whacks und a slam, und I vhas in pain for a week und can't hardly do no work. I vhas shust vhell again vhen a young man comes in mit two pairs of shoes to be fixed oop und says: "Don't pe two hours aboudt it, und do your work vhell. Vhen it vha3 done you don't e?t. no pay." "Vhy don't I?" I says. "Fccause I vhas der man mit a pull." "Dot makes no deeferenee to me. I don't work for nottings." "Oh. you don't? Vhell, I go oudt und see Jimmy und tell him aboudt it. Y'ou Uv -'AMD PULL AN A. D. T. Call Box or cail either telephone Jo. 51 and have your Want Ads brought to the State Journal of fice by free mes senger service. Cost of classified ads five cents per line of six words to the line ond every fraction thereof. WANTED - SITUATIONS. WANTED Job as head cook, first class cook. Address lti-7 Pine sc. Joiin Stamps. WANTED Situation as nousekeeper by mother with small child. Address iii6 Klein fit. WANTED By young lady, office work or position as clerk. 1713 Lincoln st. WANTED KALE HELP WANTED Boy at C. F. Roediger & Son's cleaning and dying works, yjt- Kansas nv. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Experienced girl or woman for general housework; references. tiiL To pe ka ave. WANTED 2 dining room girls or girls to learn. Southeast corner Eighth ana Quin cy st. WANTED Experienced girl for general ply at 1177 Fillmore st. WANTED Girl for general housework: small family: German or Swede prefer red. D"l Tyler St. WANTED 2 dining room girls at Chester field hotel at once. W'ANTED White girl for general house work, principally to cook. Apply 1241 To peka ave. WANTED A competent white woman for general housework; satisfactory wages; no washing. Call 703 Taylor st. WANTED Go oil stenographer; state ex perience and salary wanted. L. J., care Journal. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WET FEATHERS. I will buy your wet feathers, beds and pillows and will pay you top prices for them. E. R. HAYES. 701 North Kansas Ave. North Topeka. Opposite Union Pacific Depot. WANTED To buy direct from owner, home in good location, about 7 rooms, from Sl.uOO to $,000. Address S. A., care of Journal. WANTED-1 or 2 rooms, furnished. Ad dress C. H. Rhodes, Oxford hotel. WANTED Water soaked pianos to repair. Geo. D. Butts, 921 E. tith st. WANTED Cucumbers grown for pickling. will come after them if raised on vacant city lots for seed. For further information cail on Topeka Vinegar and Preserving works. shall hear somepody drop in about ten minutes." I don't know what he means, but I soon find oudt. Dot policeman comes rushed in mit his red face und cries oudt: "So, you insult ray friend, eh?" "I don't know." r - ! W"M, Ti VI ill 1 ' YOU KEEP IT IN MIND HOW BIG I VAS. "Vhell. I know, und I shall make your heart ache for it. Dot young man mit der shoes vhas der son of an alder man. His ladder controls all der wotes in der Thirteenth ward, und der son he controls der captain of der station house. Don't you haf some prains in your headt?" "If I haf den it vhas seventy-five cents to fix hod der shoes," I says. "You shall do it und no scharge." "Not today." Den dot fat policeman grabs me und slams me onp against der wall unl knocks down der stovepipe und upsets my bench, und vhen he goes oudt I can't shneak to nopody. I don't half sooch a lame back for three years nefore. It vhas only two weeks ago dot a man comes into my shop und says he likes to find a feller named Voglestein. Vogiestein vhas my frendt und comes in rrt eafry day. und he lifs on Jay street. I tells dot stranger so, but he vhas hardly out door pefore dot po licemans comes in mit a glare in his eye und says: "Vhat does dot man vant who goes oudt shust now?" "He likes to rind Voglestein," I says. "Und did you tell him " "Of course." "Ycu did. oh? Didn't I tell you to send peoples to me? Don't you know it vhas my duty to know all about Voglestein, und to say vhere he lives? Cobbler. I pee how it vhas mit you You vant to be ash big a man ash i vhas und put on some style, but I shall rio you in der bud here und now Dere vhas no room for two great murr on dis b-?at." Und he slams me und bangs me und makes a wreck of my shop, und vhen ray wife comes in I vhas fainted avhay und don't know peans from shoepetrs. It loohs to me ash if dot policemans vhill haf to zo, or I shall be a deadt shoemaker some day. (Copyright, 1U3, by C. B. Lewis.) l .ev 9 WANTED-SALESMEN. WANTED Salesmen for full line of fruit and ornamental trees: pay weekly; outfit free: steady wcrk. Lawrence Nur sery Cc, Lawrence. Kan. ,FOB KENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Front room, south and east exposure, house modern, for gentlemen. 1125 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Pleasant rooms. modern conveniences; good board. fj2T Harrison. FOR RENT Nicely furnished comfortable front room, east and south exposure. Ao ply 515 Lincoln st. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms to par ties that will board owner. 711 Madison. FOR RENT Nicely furnish-'d rooms, mod ern conveniences. 412 W. 7th st. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also barn ;oom. 3 W. Sth st. FOR RENT For light housekeeping, two nice rooms first floor, completely furnish ed; no children. Address with refer ences. J. Q. T., care Journal. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern. 41D Harrison. FOR RENT furnished rooms; U mod ern conveniences, bath, etc.; southwest. Eih and Madison. FOR RENT ljuge furnished ioir.t room with alcove to gentleman, ilb W". tth. FOR RENT-HOUSES FOR RENT July 1, 6 room modern house, barn. 7u0 Western ave. FOR RENT Furnished house for 2 or 3 months, located near Buehiuan and l"lh; no small children. Apply soon. W., Jour nal. FOR RENT My house. 4r-0 Topeka ave. Inquire at 420 W. luth st. A. L. Johnson. FOR RENT Pleasant modern 6 room cot tage 723 W. liHh st. FOR RENT room house and barn with 2 lots, a good well, cistern Ki d fruit, one mile from car line on California ave. Jo seph GrpU, 420 Kansas ave. FOR RENT To a small family, a furnish ed house for the summer. Call mornings 1275 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Houses on Lawrence and Lo cust sts. Incpilre at 514 Monroe st. FOR RENT June 15. to adults. 6 room cottage, large barn, $12.50. Inquire at 2-ii LAWN mowers sharpened, 75c. Golden uie. Kansas ave. Free delivery. DON'T throw away your sewing machines. I will clean all New Home machines and put on new woodwork at reasonable charges, making machines as good as ever. W. Bolinger, agent. 81!) Kansas ave. WAGONETTE for picnics, etc., holds 9 couples. W. T. Lawless, 'phone 170. NOTICE!!! To those who intend sending their muddy clothing to us to be thor oughly steam cleaned, please do not rinse the mud out of them: roll them up end keep them damp and telephone 809 to call for them pnd we'll be there for them and return them to you sweet and clean. Our work is a thorough sanitary cleaning. Af ter we start to clean a batch we allow no two Jobs to touch each other. We have 200 pegs in our dye house and every job is hung up separately, one on a peg. They are well scoured inside and out, on a steam table (the only one m the atao). Then passed under a Scotch puncher, rinsed six times, passed through an anti septic, hung in the fresh air. dried and nicely pressed, etc. "We guarantee thTe is no dirt or germs of disease in any gar ment that leaves this shack. Chivers, es tablished 1S7. Tel. soy. Cat-a-corner across from the Auditorium, 7th and Quincy st. DRY press Face brick. Se R. Harereaves, agent for the Coft'eyville vitrified Brick and Tile Co., yard ISth and Topeka ave. 'Phone- 7243. NOTICE Would like to go in partnership with one or more parties moving to Kan sas City with furniture. Please call at 310 Quincy St., south. LAWN mowers sharpened. 75c, free de livery. Union Machine works. 31d' Kan av. FELLOW Traveller, to the bar of God, who drinks! Do you wish to get on with the sober world? If so. call or write De Voe Liquor Cure Co., 534 Kansas ave. and 1''2 E. fcixxth St., Topeita. Kan. STORE your stove wdth Miller for season. 12. 'Phono f'5-v 423 Kansas ave. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE 2 hacks, 1 carriage, top bug gy and harness. W. T. Lawless, fiO Quincy st. FOR- SALE Pug pups, full blooded. 4lfl Lawrence st. FOR SALE Nice, small, gentle, young horse at Gage park. Call after 5 o'clock in evening. WANTED To buy a second hand ingrain rug for bed room. Address I. H., care Join nal. FOR SALE A 3-year-old Jersey cow and young calf: a large Durham cow: a nice Jersey cow i years old. Cail at Chivers', 7th and Quincy sts. FOR SALE Cheap, 1 good cook stove, 1 wnod heater nearly new; 1 topsy stove, 1 new washing machine, a wooden bedsteads with springs. 30 yards rag carpet, CaU at 223 Harrison st. FOR SALE 2 nice folding beds, combina tion writing d sk and book case, cv.r pets, rocking chairs, dinine chairs, kitchen cabinet, hall rack, pictures, etc. 017 W. 10th st FOR SALE Jump seat surrey, good con dition. Call K32 Spruce st. FOR SALE Grocery show cases, counter, etc., cheap. 1713 Harison Ft. FOR SALE 1 horse, 1 cow. 2 calves. 22 head hogs and pigs. 2 set single harness. 1 light and 1 heavy, 2 buggh s. 1 rubber tire. 1 horse wagon, 1 feed cutter and farming imple ments, 125 chickens and household furni ture of all kinds. Inquire at S20 Kansis ave. THE KIEHL LAUNDRY. FOR SALE Household goods, including folding bed and dresser. ioO Monroe st. FOR SALE Piano, very cheap. 719 Ad ams St. FOR SALE Nice lots in S. Topeka. Eood location, above high water. $K to $i00. W. D. Gilpin, room 13, Office block. FOR SALE Bedroom suit, bookcase, side board, babv bugev, carpets and other furniture. 1119 Tiler st. FOR SALE 2 counters. 1 shew case, 2 tables. Topeka Transfer and Storage company. SEE me for feed and seeds at the Alexan der & Goodfellow stand. 119 E. 6th st. Both 'phones 33r. House 'phone. Bell, 331 3 rinss. D. O. C'oe. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. LINGI.AW, NOT AFFECTED UY FLOOD OR DROUTH. 80 acres 3 miles from capitol square, im proved, $4.3'Hi. 310 acres, highly Improved, near Valencia station on Rock Island railroad. Cht-au. $55 ier acre. 320 acres on Fancy creek. Riley county. I1; miles to station, all in cultivation. most ly first bottom, large buildings, modern. A model farm, S15.51."!. 20 acres, improved, near city. S3. 200. 5 acres on car line, buildings, $.50. 20 acres on car line. $3.tVi. or investments in realitv, cpli or write THOS. G. SHILLTNGLAW, 10.71,, west Fifth St. FOR SALE At a bargain, a new 4 room house, 2 lots, well and cellar, a good home: want to leave town. VV H. Cole, 414 Liberty sU BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TOPEKA TRUNK FACTORY. TOPEKA TRUNK MANUFACTORY, manufacturers and jobbers of trunks. traveling bags, telescope ccses, leather goods, etc. au) Kansas ave. George v. Hossicl.l, proprietor. Tel. 433. UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS. 1JKMOSS.& PEN WELL. Funeral Direc tors and Embaimerri. First class service reasonable prices, oil Quincy. Loth tels. 1:2. GEO. B. PALMER, undtrtaker. Estab lished la.l. I'ricts reasonable. Tel. oilice HS. Residence &7. 621 Juclisoit st. PATENTS. J. A. P.OSEN. Patent Attorney, 413 Kansas ave.. Topeka PAVING. THE OFFICE of the Capital City Vitri fied Brick and Paving Co., has, been re moved to Hi W. Sth st. RUQ FACTORY. WANTED You to let us make your old carpets irto rugs. Call pnones 421 or address McCormick & i'eakt, 52; Jackson. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. F. W. S WE A HINGE N, jeweler and g.a.l uate optician. We guarantee every pair of glasses to fit and every watch we re pair. We carry the largest line of watches, clocks, diamonds, cut glass, etc.. in the city. Watch inspector U. P. R. It. T-li Kansas ave. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. M. W. MULL, Carpenter and Builder. Shop 112'5 West Eighth St. 'Phone lu3. Job work promptly done. Topeka. Kan. SPORTING GOODS. J. C. ELLIOTT, 72S Kansas ave.. genera! sporting goods, guns, ammunition, base bail supplies, hsihug tackle, reirigeraior baskets, Sprat's dog food and medicines; phone 675. STORAGE MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & STORAGE Co. packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. l&G. Clarence Skinner, 122 E. ttth ut- MONEY. MONEY TO LOAN on live stock, pianos, organs, typewriters, household goods and perncnal security. L. Biscoe. 523 Kan. Ave. HARDWARE. THE COUGHL1N HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine touls. 7eti Kansas ave. Tel. tioo. ARCHITECT. ARCHITECT. T. H. LESCHER, 920 MONROE ST. HAIR DRESSING. SWITCHES, pompadours, "all" kindsof hair work. Mrs. Van V'leck. 222 E. oth. FLOUR, FEED AND COAL. FLOUR, feed and coal. W. L. Griffiths 2c3 W. tith ave. 'Phone f13. DRESSMAKING. MRS. L. V. WIKEL, fashionable dress making. 214 E. 5th St., Crawford blocK. FOR SALE -REAL ESTATE. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO., Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. We have for sale farms, ranches and pasture lands in all parts of Kansas. We have a very large list of the most desirable Topeka properties; residence business houses, suburban tracts and vacant "lots. We have city properties to trade for grass lands. We write fire insurance in the strongest companies represented in the state. We wish to add to our list properties which owners may desire to sell in Shaw nee county or anywhere in Kansas, and we can find buyers at fair prices. We have some special farm bargains in Shawnee, Douglas, Osage and Wabaun see counties. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO. Both 'phones 444. FOR SALE RALPH E. YALEATDiE. Real Estate Building;. 2 good lots on Shawnee ave., just west of Potwin, high and dry, $H00. li'i lots "West St.. near Huntoon, excel lent location, bargain at $. Many other good lots in dry districts cheap and on easy terms. RALPH E. VALENTINE, Heal Estate Bide:. FOR SAIK Nice home in oaklnnd. leav ing city. P. C. Moore, 420 Kansas ave. FOR SALE-By M. Ileery, o2f". Monroe St., houses and lota on easy nay rm-nts. FOR SALE OR RENT I rt'SiJt-nce. 1201 Clay t. M. Crawford's AV A N T E D To- trade or fxrhanpo chr-h-e r-silfn,a property in ("la y ton and Ti; pumcari, N. M.. booming tow:s rmd county s-ats in nort hantrn Now Mexico, for flood damapred nu-rchandisc in Kansas, Pur full particulars wrire to J. E. Cuiren, I'u cumcari, New Mexico. FOR PALE 2 modern houses on high ground. Tims S. Eyon- Ind, 1x513 rinia. LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED 2 gray horses, weipht about 1. one bay hnrs? wHiibt pbout lbs. Information leading to t heir if rvery will be liberally rewarded. Otto Kuehne & Co. LOgT Klnok cane with gold head en graved E. F. O. Return to 50o Kansas ave. receive reward. STRAYED OR STOLEN. STRAYED OR STOLEN 2 Shetland po nks, brown mare ti years old. 1 hay horse. Ethers! reward. Address ira Fher son. -iZi Quinoy st. HIGH-BRED STALLION. JACKDAW, the most successful eire In the Missouri valley, and The Shamrock. the handsomest and best bred stallion in Kansas, are at 326 Jackson st. R. X. Les. EXPRESS DELIVERY. FOR BAGGAGE and moving call up 'phone i'l'S, Atherton Bros. Office 153 East 6th St. COAL DEALERS. SOUTHWESTERN FUEL CO., TELEPHONE 1;.3. N. E. toil. STH AND KAN. AYE. All Kindu of Coal. Best Quality. Full Weight. Prompt Delivery. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. TOPEKA AUTOMOBILE AND CYCLE Co. lei. 7u6. Bicycles and sundries; Pi cycles and laudtius lor rent; repairuitf cf all kinds. U. S. CYCLE CO., ilS E. ah st. National & Iver-Joiuuion bicycles. Supplies, repairs FLORIST3. MRS. M. E. HOLCRAFT, S17 Kansas eve. Cut flowers and tioial designs, "injnc L6. CUT FLOWERS and ficrai designs at Hayes'. 107 W. bth st. Bum 'phouss 3i7. WALL PAPER. O. McGEE, wall paper. paints and brushes. House painting and paper hanging, i.'uil and get puces belore buyii.g elscrt iwi i 610 Jackson si. Bell ti.it pno.ue fei; L,uj pendent telephone 5&7. STAMPS, SEALS AND STEN3I.L3 THE J. C. DARLING CO., 734 Kan. Ave Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trad checks, prices low. Catalogue tree. Xel. M. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAY DEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock ot watches, uia inonos, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. DRUGGISTS. TOPEKA DRUG CO., 732 Kansas ave. T-l. 743. Prescriptions promptly and accura:e ly til.ed. All ieuid tiuda drinks at teiuntaiii. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 72G Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Oliice hours; 'J a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. ni. to 5 p. xu. Telepuune 5yS residence, and 16 office. MASSAGE. KONRAD BIORCK, MASSEUR, S01 Kansas ave.; graduate in medical mas sage and gymnastics. Stockholm, Sweden. FREE DISPENSARY. TOPEKA FREE DISPENSARY, south east corner 12th and Tyier sts., from 1 to 2 p. m., except Sundays. Conducted by regular pi action. g physicians for toe benfclit of persons without means wuu need medical attention and treatment. Pa tients are assuied of careful and consid erate treatment. Medicine furnished m most cases. MUSICAL. WORRAI.. 715 Polk, piano lessons, pupil s home, ti2V2c Church 6t lodge playing tree. CARPET CLEANING. WANTED You to have your Peaks carpet! Teie- 1 cleaned. McCormick ! phones 421. I FOR SALE - REAL ESTATE. 01 Jackson St.. Topeka. Kan. 1IOMESKEKERS. send 4c for price list and panipnl' t of California bargains. Shenhord-Tcamie Co., Fresno. Cal. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. 1 TIME TABLE. l 4 Topeka, Kansas. II. a - Right Road" to and from and oet)3, CHICAGO OMAHA ST. LOL'IS UE.VVER MEMPHIS t'OLOKADO KPG3 I'Eokia your WORTH ST. JCLSETH ST. PACE KANSAli CITY MINNEAPOLIS And Everywhere Beyond. (Effective April 5th, rjuO TRAINS LEAVE TOPEKA A3 FOL LOWS: EASl'BOLXD. No. 12. Chicago ilail and Express.. 3:35 pm No. 14, Easi Ex. and Mail g:wum No. 4, El Paso and Chicago Ex pm No. lu. Colorado and K. C. Flyer.. 7. -15 am No. 6, Chick, and iC C. Ex Iiowpm WESTBOUND. No. 11, Chicago and Texas Ex 1:10 pm No. !). Colorado l'lyer &:io pm No. 13, Te:;aa Ex U.2oam No. 3. Cali.'oinia and Mexico Ex.. 1:16 am No. io, K. C. and chickasha Ex.... U.&j i.ra NORTHBOUND. No. 2. St. J"e Ex 5:10 am No. 24, St. Joe and Chicago Ex S:iopin SOUTHBOUND. No. 23, Chicago Ex 12:45 pu No. 25, S. W. Ex 11.5a pm All trains daily except Nos. & and o daily except Sunday. For Sleeping car reservations, tlcktt. time tabids, tic , apply to any Lock laiand Ticket Atent. E. W. THOMPSON. Assistant Oeneral Passenger Agent. Lines West of Missouri River, KANSAS ciry. MO. Unlon Pacini WESTBOUND. Arrive. Leave. Pen. & P.ie. Coast No. 5.12:-' pm 12:4" pm Limited No. 1 ;.:5opm :"Wrm June. City pass. No. 3 6:13 pm 6:25 pm Saiira Ex. No. 7 i''6 am L'.'..i m EAST BO UND. Atlantic Ex. No. 4 3?'i ptn S:')pm Lin'iU'd No. 2 o:40am 5:4" Am K. C. Pass. No. 6 S :05am S i'eam K. C. Ex. No. 8 5:1" pm 0: pm Nos. 7 and S daily, except Sunday. Missouri Pacific. Arrive. Leave. Toprka-Ft. Scott Accom modation No. 2ia 6:00 pm 7:00 8m