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TOPiSKA STATU JOUKNAL, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1903.
r3 n pn r3 I !'! h III i Mi U M ) jt.wii Hi.i U fel l1; Uul uLi y La Li Li la La JU U U U U U J vJ l. vJ KJ u U U La w kJ 1 3 L '3 i i s isn lid 1 LI Li L KJ MM lit i WLILiUU U KJ L..1 y Li ti 6.4 fed fc. 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. o W. II. RUTTER. fc NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Oftrp-T;, r-ifrx. parlor j-kt s, shades, mat tings and cf tijrhf s on sc enn .1 floor, not touched by water. . jsre veiling them at ft discount. Mr. Ruttrr will buy a complete new line cf furnltur and will open 'n the .amc lo UUoq ao toon as the building is tixed up. tJi NORTH KANSAS AVE. UPSTAIRS. C. A. FERNSTROM. riiL'FRIKTOK PAKHiR SUCK STORE, NORTH TUI'KKA. Our f-tof k i now dry and fit To woar. Aii I l for sal' at rry low price. With Yrl P.ijrhncr's mat market. fe NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Our old stand was ruined hy the flood-, but we have our hands and rrifrgy loft and are prparnd to take care of all kinds of carriage and w;ipm rrpnir work at our t mprary ?hip (,n Se cond stit-et, just ea;-t of Kansas avenue. GEO. J. GRAVES & SONS 1 v. EAST SECOND STREET. O-r 'phi'i!'.- will be up in a t'tw days. ' GEO. A1AYER the bakr frr,m N'irth Tf eka. is doing to;?;:!-ss at Sixth and Clay streets fit pres nt nr.iil he c an gt t back to North Tope ka again. DR. H. A. SWIFT. Has returned to her office, KT7 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE, tv1 can found at the back room on the amp fl.jir am! will be ready to wait on l.--r l u- : C. F. ADAHS As. b. fi.re the flood, is at T.'-S NORTH KANSAS AVENl'E, wli. r- ho lias a new Un- of f;ncerii-s; also h m. at of every kind. Peroxide's Antithesis. For a young pirl wiih dark hair to s!Iar sudiiei.ly uith looks of sunny it 't. as times stranpe; but .r a (Tirl with yellow hair to change its hu? tu black is a remarkable thing. A jmuiic woman of Iiamond street a natural, not a per..xide, hlnnilt has n her hair turn slowly of late from M to a pure black. The othey day six t . .1 i on,, of her frirnds how the chance b i i i ,mie ab'iut. "'It is." she said, "tiie fault .f mv dix-tiir. It is due to a drus 1'r-it '! b is b.et-n sriving me. The name f tnis drug is pilocarpine, ar.d don't you over take it. unless you want to be come a bruntte. My doctor is very ro.uih int-Testeil in my case. He Is go-i-c t-.t r-aii a papr about me before his m.',i.. al s.wiety next week, and he has P'-t J hotofrraplis nf m-photographs i of .re md after taking tbe dru that b- will exnibit along with the paper. He rrvs tie plocarpine didn't dye my b :ir: it only str-ngthene-d and increased th- ; ipnient. He says mine Is a rare rase, and he pepms tickled to death over it. I'.ut I am disgusted. I liked to be bb.ntf. and now I'm condemned to be cl i rk for life. Even my eyes ,re much barker tl'.in they w-re. This change ail come about in six months. I hnv a. notion to sue that doctor." I ' h; Sad el p hi.i Record. City Ticket Office. Umioil Facias F.al-road. I2i Kansas avenue. LUKENS BROS. W NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. P.t'GGIES, HARNESS AND FARM IM PLEMENTS. Are doing busiiuss at the old stand. Harnesses have been cleaned up A large number of bugghs were ep stairs and not damaged. Prices on everything cut loose right and left. The Topeka Vinegar Works. OTTO KUEHNE, PROPRIETOR. To Gardeners and Farmers: AVe want to contract with Kaw bottom farmers for 200 acres of cucumbers. This will be an exceptionally good year to raise them. The average crop is j bushels per Mere. AVe will pay 50 cents per bushel. Call at factory and make contract. To the Tiade: AVe are doing business at the old stand and ready to fill all orders. DR. L. A. RYDER Can be found at Frank Long's Oxford Hotel. THE NORTH FAIR. 827 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. HARDWARE AND NOTIONS. We are doing business at the same old place, s lllng damaged goods cheap. J. K. WITHERS Has resumed business at the Red Frort grocery, SU5 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE, where he will be pleased to meet all his foi mer patrons. DR. BRYAN The dentist, can be found at his old of fice, tOS NORTH KANSAS AVENUE, Upstairs, where he is ready for business. W. EDMONDS. SOT NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. JEWELRY. Will put in new fixtures and new goods at the same old rlace. SALVAGE GOODS CHEAP. EfinON'S PHOTO CAR. 910 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. We survived the flood and have some splendid views of the flood at its height, to sell. ARNOLD & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG GISTS. ARE DOING BUSINESS AT M3 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Taints, Varnishes, Brushes, all in good condition, cheap. JAMES & CAMPBELL S13 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. We are r.ow at 815 Kansas avenue. North Topeka. A large amount of our enormous wall pa per stock was not touched by the flood, in cluding our immense line of Ingrains. AVe are prepared to do your papering painting vnd decorating, even better than in the past. We have ordered an entirely new line of furniture and carpets to replace our Block and expect them in a few days. Sal? of damaged carpets new on. Help North Topeka and North Topoka will help you. Remember our No. S15. KENT'S KASH KOAL KONCERN IS DOING BUSINESS AT 911 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. DEALER IM COAL, FEED AND HAT. J. R. SPETTER. 816 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Manufacturing and selling cigars at the same old place. J. H. FOUCHT HARDWARE CO. Has moved to the south side, 315U KANSAS AVENUE, And are selling their salvage stock cheap. LOUIS WISS. 134 NORTH QU1NCY. GROCERIES. MEATS AND FEED. We are cleaned up and ready for busi ness with a new stock. FRESH MEATS EVERY DAY. We stil lhave some of the damaged laun dry and Loiiet soaps. We are selling cheap. J. P. BERRY. 615 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. GROCERIES AND NOTIONS. We are all cleaned up anl doing bus: ness now. THE GABRIEL LUMBER COMPANY. We have a new supply of lumber com ing and will be doing business as soon as possible. THE DIBBLE GROCERY CO. We are Opening Up at 117 EAST SIXTH STREET., With wonderfully low prices and great values. Our North Side store will be reopened as soon as the building can be made ready for occupancy. We will protect you against high prices. One of our order clerks will call on you and tell you all about it. Ca'.l ejtner 'phone 726 or leave your address at the store. 117 East 6th St. Both 'phones 7r8. 'Phone the Order Man. MORNS & MYERS. 900 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. GROCERIES AND MEATS. We are doing a bigger busbies than ever at our old location. All orders are filled by ourselves now and any one wishing to settle their accounts can do so by calling on our cashier at the desk. J. NYSTROM. Red Front Shoe Store. Our room already presents an appearance. Have been here 16 years and will stay on North Side. PRATT BROS. Bring a little money and get all the goods you want. Wagons, buggies, shov els, hardware, nails, implements. Henry's Hardware Store. Have saved our tinner's tools and ready for new business in that line. S17 NORTH KANSAS AVE. The Western Woolen Mill. STILL ON EARTH. Selling water damaged goods at Robin son. Marshall & Co. HENRY STEELE. My big fire insurance business was not washed away. Insurance, money to loan and real estate. 602 NORTH KANSAS AVE. WARREN'S RESTAURANT. 621 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Are serving meals, lunch and chili at the same old place. THE Kimball Printing Co. Will continue to do business at the old stand, 912 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Our building stands uninjured. Our best stock was above the water line. Six presses are being rescued frcm the mud and will be ready for business shortly. W. C. Steele & Co. We are at the old stand and doing busi ness, getting rid of damaged goods and will put them in a finer line of shoes than ever. We are making lower prices than ever heard of in the city. On Saturday we will be selling on Ef.st Sixth street and also at S36 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. BOOHER & HAWKINS. WALL PAPER. Formerly of 117 East Laurent street, have opened for business at 913 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. With an entire new stock. We have re ordered our old patterns, or as many of them as we could. H. fl. CLIME & SON. HARDWARE, SHOT GUNS. STOVES, SEWING MACHINES. 907 NORTH KANSAS AVE. A. M. CROSS 809 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE, the jeweler, will be doing business at the old stand in a few days. He will have some salvage stock to sell cheap. S. L. COURTNEY. MILLINERY. My North Topeka store is in bad shape. Am selling salvage and rlrst class goods very cheap at 603 Kansas ave., south side, upstairs. THE STURGIS HARDWARE CO. 844 NORTH KANSAS AVE. Are closing out water damaged goods at . low prices. PETRO & WOODFORD. DRUGGISTS. S39 NORTH KANSAS AVE. We are doing business at our same loca tion. Will put in a brand new stock of drugs as soon as possible. . R. B. McMaster & Son. SHOES AND RUBBER BOOTS. 10 to 25 cents on the dollar. W'e are sell ing goods at the old stand. SIS NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. THE w Era Dept. Store, 702 KANSAS AVENUE. Have another car load of water dam agrd goods now on sale. This car has been at the Union Pacific tracks in North Topeka and was bought before the Hood. The car contains muslin, rnlieos, table limn, hosiery, underwear and notions. We have a large stock of clothing and shoes in pretty good shape; JUX) buys $?.00 shoes; $3.i and J4.0t buys $12.00 suits. Come early tomorrow morning and get first pick of the new car load. THE NEW ERA DEPARTMENT STORE 702 KANSAS AVENUE. H. S. PRUESSNER & CO. Dealer in house furnishing goods, both new and second hand, is again doing busi r.ess at Kansas avenue. He has some refrigerators that are only slightly dam aged and will sell them for half price. The SEYMOUR COMMISSION CO. CRANE AND KANSAS AVE. We are doing business, just as big as ever, before the flood. DR. T. B. REYNOLDS. DENTIST. Can be found at his temporary Quarters in the Central National Bank building. Entrance on Seventh street. Take the elevator. Seventh and Kansas Ave. THE OEM LAUNDRY. Has temporary head quarters at 112 SOUTH KANSAS AVENUE. Wagons are making their regular calls. BOTH 'PHONES 70S. THE CITIZENS' STATE BANK. OF NORTH TOPEKA. Have opened temporary ofTics in the Central National Bank building, front rooms, second floor. THE J. B. BILLARD MILL AND ELEVATOR. Are ready for business now. They have saved a large lot of flour and meal not damaged infthe least. Either 'phone No. 7. A. S1IEETZ. S28 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. Have rented the store room northeast corner 2d and Kansas avenue temporarily and will stock up with new goods. Their salvage stock will be sold cheap. FIRE SALE. Kindling for next winter never so cheap again. Call before it is gone. Lumber damaged by fire and river mud. Now is your opportunity. Lumber, clean and bright. We can ac commodate you now. Give us a chance to figure your bills. New stock arriving. We are here for business. J. Thomas Lumber Co. North Topeka and 213 W. Sixth St. J. LAPP DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. S33 NORTH KANSAS AA'E. Is closing out his water damaged gcod cheap. Mr. Lapp will put in a complete new stock as soon as possible. THE SHAWNEE STATE BANK. Is open for business in the Stormont buiMi'. , 107 W"EST SIXTH ST. FRED BEUCHNER. We are open and selling fresh meats at the old stand, 808 North Kansas avenue. ELMER ELDRIDGE. Has moved his restaurant to 813 North Kansas avenue, upstairs, in the back rooms, where he is already serving meals. PROUDFIT CHOP HOUSE I 905 NORTH KANSAS AVENUE. Is serving short orders at the old stand. BERRY BROS. GROCERIES. 905 N. KANSAS AVE. Are now established again in their oM location with a complete line of new trro c"ries. They will have some salvage good, to sell. i