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0 TOPEKA STATE .TOTJKNAL, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1903.
Many at their old stands; others at temporary locations. You can help them most by trading with them. Look over the new announcements below and see if you can telephone or see them about the merchandise carried. You will find bargains. W. H. HOTTER. LUKENSBROS. ARNOLD & CO. DIBBLE GROCERY CO. KifflbaI1 jLfo. Co R- B-Master S Son- A- SIIEETZ. K NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. KANSAS AVENUE. We are Opening Up at " rmrLrnra uiovroa .vr, P1I?Vt TM 117 EAST SIXTH STREET., Will continue to do business at the old BLAlfcS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG- With wonderfully low prices and great Btand- SHOES AND RUBBER BOOTS. NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Carrot... rugs, parlor pieces, shades, mat- PLEMENTS. GISTS. V"eS ,. , , 912 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. t!:p.. and couches on second floor, not Are do, bl,ain(.cs at the old stand. ur :North Slde store wlU be reopened as FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. tou-he by water. We are .oiling them at ARE DOING BUSINESS AT soona. building can be made ready Our building stands uninjured. Our best account. " " 813 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. We win protect you against high price,. ock was above the water line. Six 1 to 25 cent, on the dollar. We are sell- M temporarily Mr. Rutt-r will buy a complete new line Iar&e mb"r f bllS'" re ' P One of our order clerks will call on you pressea are be, re ing goods at the old stand. A e furniture and will open n the same lo- stairs and not damaged. Paints, Varnishes, Brushes, all in good and tell you all about it. Call Hther 'phone V e o ing rescued from, the mud xTr T. . and wU1 stock UP ith goods. clt.cn as eoon as the building Is fixed up. 0 everythto, cut loose riffht and condition, cheap. '26 r leaVe our addres3 at and will be ready for business shortly. S1S ORTH KANSAS AV ENIE. Thejr galvage slock wm bg goW cap left 117 East 6th St. Both 'phones 726. " . (09 NORTH KANSAS AVE. 'Phone the Order Man. UPSTAIR 3. ( . , The Topeka JAMES CAMPBELL FIRE SALE. Vinegar Works nor kasas aveue- MORNS MYERS. ru. riA1. the T7 P C fp1 9 ff I 11JWU1 HUlMl LlllCOSfO LlOf fllllP Cfi Kindling for next winter never so cheap i , L kJlCCiC LU OTTO KUEHNE. PROPRIETOR. 6 VlUlUIllg VUl RJrtwr; pfn TiAftf flTA again Call before it is eone . r vwwaw W We are now at 815 Kansas avenue. North 900 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. ilClf Elil lfcUl. 3lUlW K tall before it u gon,. . Topeka. Lumber damaged by fire ard river mud. We sre at the old stanS and doing busi T Gardenei"s and Farmers: A large amount of our enormous wall pa- GROCERIES AND MEATS. 702 KANSAS AVENUE. Now is vour opportunity. n, Hd of damaged goods and 1 b" 0 of 1.' W. .oXw " dam"' " wi:! rut them in a finer line of .noes than "J 1 We are prepared to do your paper.,,, We are doing a biggpr busl)les tna ever Lots of gocds hig ad dry car ben at the Ulon Pac.Hc commodate you now. Give ,!S a chance .0 will be an exceptionally good year to raise painting bnd decorating, even better than 6 3 tracks in North J opelta and was bought ngure vour bjlI Xow Sl0(.k arriving ever- t ir, n.,,, at our old location. All orders are filled stock almost given away. before the flood. .... ,., .... fha ..... them. The average crop is 4 bushels per m "e Vst. The car contains muslin, calicos, table Wc are here for business, we a. a making jowtr pric.& inau evti ccl ts r b 1 1 W have orlpred an entirely new line of by ourselves now and any one wishing to linen, hosiery, underwear and notions, fc-ard cf in the city. On Saturday we. will "" 6 ' ccnts Per ll! K' " furniture and carpets to replace our stock 8ettle tneir accounts can do so by calling NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. We' have a jarge stock of clothing and I Tf Arfl 1C ! 11 ITlll Or Pn Call at factory and make contract. and expect them in a few davs. shoes in pretty good shape: $1.(10 buys $J.(0 J, iJUIiiUj LUiULwi WU fc seJUng on East Sixth street and also of daraapd carpeta now on on our cashier at the desk. shoes; $3.00 and $4.00 buys $12.00 suits. .v. ' Come early tomorrow morning and get at To the Trade: Help North Topeka and North Topeka fir!t pick of tne new car load North Topeka and 213 W. Sixth St. NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. W6 diT1S buslness at ,he old Etand wi" help you. ZZIZZZ THE NEW ERA DEPARTMENT STORE and ready to fill all orders. Remember our No. 815. '02 KANSAS AVENUE. - KENT'S KASH KOAL KONCERN J- NYSTROM. C. F. ADAMS. J. LAPP DR. L. A. RYDER JOHN SWARTZ. drt goods and notions. Cr,rrTf'Tnrft is doing business at v A rr. fi N SI it 1 1 1,1 Can be found 911 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. I have White Russian and Silk soap and v.h i- . " - - - a Am k LllJ 1 iVJill. Red Front Shoe Store. Our room already My store at SA2 North Kansas ave- ,s Is closing out his water damaged pood at DEALER IN some pickles and bottled goods saved from ... ..,.. ' ,, . ap3ra badly wrecked, but I will open a new store rh,an I HOrniETOR PARLOR SHOE STORE, COAL presents an appearance. gtock feed cheap. ..nRT,. ......... : Frank Longs '-l, of confectlonerVi clgarSi tobacco, tc., on Mr wjn jn a tom ele new Oxford Hotel. FEED Have been here 16 years and wiU ,tay refugees. 935 KANSAS AVE. the south side. , stock as soon as pwsiMe. AND on North Side. ' HAY. " Our stock is now dry' and fit to wear. Aiv! Is fnr fale at very low price. - . ith Fred Buechner's meat market. So NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. . ' ' DDATT nnnc H. fi. CLIME & SON. THE NORTH FAIR. r spETTER PRAI KK5- The SEYMOUR COMMISSION CO. THE SHAWNEE STATE BANK. ZlZZr HARDWARE, SHOT GUNS, STOVES, CRANE AND KANSAS AVE. S27 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. SEWING MACHINES. hid ttx 1 r. . v- v-r-o S16!4 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Bring a little money and get all the My building is solid and in "first class" HARDWARE AND NOTIONS. ' Is open for business in the Stormont . . . . . . ,, Manufacturing and selling cigars at the goods you want. Wagons, buggies, shov- shape considering. We are doing business at the same old ...,..-.,. buildina same old place. els, hardware, nails, implements. 907 NORTH KANSAS AVE. " e are dclnS business, just as big as OPEN FOR BUSINESS. r'aCe' EflinS Ug g0dS ChtaP- ever, before the flood. 107 WEST SIXTH ST' Our n.i nd was ruined by thf f.nori, ' ' . but p have our hands and energy loft and ' . nr" prcpHrcd to take c:re nf all kinds of carriHgT- and VHtrnn rTii work at our - . frt.rrary shop on Srrond street, just ea:-t - - - ,- -b-, " A M PDH vene J. K. WITHERS. r,T ; Henry's Hardware Store. A. M. CROSS DR. T. B. REYNOLDS. ocn RPIirH,PD fiPO ! fiPAVFS envc grocery, formerly ks north J- H FOUCHT north Kansas avenue, dentist FRED BLUCHNbK. 1Ea"skcsTHET KANSAS AVE. ' HARDWARE CO. the r- dota bus1-88 Can be found at his temporary quarters Is doing business at ' Has moved to the south side, old stand in a few days. in the Central National Bank building, ur 1 .oae w.i e up in .1 ts aj s. WEST SIXTH STREET. TEL 204. 315Vi KANSAS AVENUE. Have saved our tinner's tools and ready He have some salvage stock to sell Entrance on Seventh street. We are open and SPiijng fresh meats at He has put in a new stock of groceries. And are selling their salvage stock chap. for nw business in that line. cheap. Take the elevator the M Etand m North Kansas avenue. Z .. , f , , , , S17 NORTH KANSAS AVE. Seventh and Kansas Ave. Will start selling damaged goods Monday at cheap prices. . ' " GEO. MAYER rv, LOUIS WISS. S.L.COURTNEY. THE OEM LAUNDRY. DR. BRYAN .oTivcv The Western Woolen Mill. milonert. aa horary head carters at ELMER ELDRIDQE. business at Sixth and Clay strees at pres- The dentist, can be found at his old of- .wm wci. 1. ent until he can Set back to North Tope- fiee, GROCERIES, MEATS AND FEED. STILL ON EARTH. My Nortn Topeka store is in bad shape. bbi" tAiS6Ais AVWlE- Has moved his restaurant to 813 North ta again. m vorth kan!A! utkit We are cleaned and ready for busi- Am selling salvage and first class goods Wagons are making their regular calls Kansas avenue, upstairs, in the back . .. .nin 2VA.NO.-iO "i'LC-, ness ..j,!, a new stock. . j Upstairs, where he is ready for business-. FRESH MEATS EVERY DAY. 111 have announcement in a few days. very cheap at 603 Kansas ave., south side, rooms, where he is already serving meals. " ' . We stil lhave some of the damaged laun- ups airs. BOTH "PHONES 798. dry and toilet soaps. We are selling cheap. " H. S. PRUESSNER & CO. z 1 zZ Iea!r in hous-e f urniphing1 god;, both PROUDFIT and second band, is again doing bus.: W. EDMONDS. J p- BERRY. HENRY STEELE. THE STURQIS HARDWARE CO. THE CITIZENS' STATE BANK. CHOP r.ess at f"7 Kansas avenue. He has some OF NORTH TOPEKA. , ,. . , . 844 NORTH KANSAS AVE. HnilCP refrigerators that are only slightly -lam- ... v-nnTW k-,..s.o AVFNI'F ' l!UU3b SOT NORTH KANSXS A.VENUE 61o NORTH KANSAS AENUE. .s.d and will sell them for half price. ' ' ' My big fire insurance business was not Are closing out water damaged goods at Have opened temporary offices in the NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. GROCERIES AND NOTIONS. washedaway. Inaurancc, money to .can ,ow prices. Central National Bank building, front Is Krvins shQrt orders at the , mand. . . . . . , We are all cleaned up ani doing buti- romn second floor W ill put in new fixtures and new goods " and reaj estate. rooms, secona noor. . at the same old place. ne?S n" &32 NORTH KANSAS AVE. SALVAGE GOODS CHEAP. ' BOOHER & HAWKINS. ZT w t BERRY BROS. a i.Tj paper, PETRO 5c WOODFORD THE l B BIL.LA!D grocepie' Formerly of 11T East Laurent street, have EflHON'S PHOTO CAR. THE GABRIEL WARREN'S DRUGGISTS. MILL AND ELEVATOR. 905 KANSAS AVE op r., f r bus n ss at LUMBER COMPANY. RESTAURANT. j:3 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE KORTH KANSAS A E- Are ready for business now. They have Are now established again in their old 810 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. saved a large lot of flour and meal not location with a complete line of new gro- V. ith nn entire new stock. We have re- survlved tne fipod an,, have scme We have a new supply of lumber com- B21 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. We are doing business at our same loca- damaged in the least. A large lot of bran, ceries. rrieri our old patterns, or as many of .. dolng bu8,ne,a aa sooa zs Are srvlng moals ,unch and chiii at tion. Will put in a brand new stock o chops and feed, water damaged, good hog They will have some salvage goods to Laem aa we could. pussible. the same old place. drugs as soon as possible. 1 eed. will be given away for the asking. J sell.