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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 27, 1903.
5 : THE REAL LATE Materials, and the very Latest Styles in Handsome Tailoring : FOR SUMMER WEAR will be found with M I so Ami vtjo V LiO U MERCHANT TAILOR L J 507 Kansas Ave. -s, 507 Kansas Ave. $ - m ; : TPs V. ,""N "' pnrlant called meeting: with Mrs. Pat rick Walsh next Wednesday afternoon. Notes and Personal Mention. POLICE JOTTING Guardians of the Feaee Not Having a Busy Time. Those AVho Call Met a Hard Proposition. NEW JUDGE IS SEVERE. Excuses from Culprits Make Little Impression. A Few Terse Observations on Mr. Dusenberry. ! . u.i N ! r. M. A !' Miss Ahby "Ware ist expected next w--k from Washington, 1). C, to visit her brother, Mr. Gene Ware on her way to Cascade, Col., where she will spend the snnitnt'r. Mr. and Mrs. C I.. Short of Chanute are the ftnosi.s of Mrs. David Norton. Mr. Cluster Woodward leaves Sunday for KFt"S Park. Col. Mrs. Charles S. ("deed will go to Ver mont next week for tile summer. Mis. P-ard, who has been the guest : of h r daughter, Mrs. P. K. Ksterley for ! several months, will leave soon for her i home in Ohio. .ludpo J. 15. Furry of Guthrie is here! to spend Sunday with Mrs. Furry and their daughter, Anna, who are guests of j Mis. J. C. Wilson. Mr. Pavid Norton, Mr. Walter Smith, i I Mr. prank Davis and Mr.Clarenre Bow- j j man will spend Sunday in camp at Sal- j yer's t-o'iri. They t-o this afternoon, j Mrs. William Smith, who has been the : ! ! stust of her daughter, Mrs. C. N. Nel- i , t..rll e- ! "n ,r a year, leaves Sunday for her j ':! iiii."ham - ome 1:1 i.ocnesrer, -s . . i - I.ia y "pi, -kin- ! -Mr- al"' i'''"- ' O. Faulkner, r.12 Clay j (. 'jj", V,p. ; street, lett today for a two months' toui 01 r.urope. i nor ciauyntor. .mips Jessie j i.e i , i ) ,, i . i-. ! j -iuiM.fi win s jeim Lnt; summer n me St. I.awienee, i f V ens. - N.-ll lies. ; a . ;...H:srd, ; .Mrs. e naries moon smitn. miss i-,va and Miss Isabel Smith returned Friday v- r ' Jlis'j M.n v G iv- n'Bht Horn a visit in Kansas City. Mrs. i . '"ji'tis ' Mi'v'Taisv ' Plth was with her sister. Mrs. Murphy j. u ..( j),.'. I and the youn- women seen1 guests of M' ,:'". Miss Kiia ' Alic e Aision. j .Mrs Arthur It. Puiaatelt lett today to j join Mr. I.incafelt in a permanent resi- . . ,r. eauchter of . mv 111 hueiso. I ..t:iri.-r of; Mr. is. Storey has pone to Pos I i rn'cii also of i A ngeies, Cal., to remain for several V- i t i-.'--k;i 'be : mraiihs. yi:-- I'ueii! Miss X; erne Vand .cirift of Kansas illy will visit her lather, Mr. f red ij. Vanderift in 'I oeeka next week. Miss ivile Siat.-e leaes next Wedr.es dav for Pos Aimeles. Cal. Mr. P.ussell Fiost. Mr. Harry Fleish tnsn. Mr. Todd Matthews and Mr. Ilayard Whitney are in Kansas City to dey fee- the l,!ta Omi'ron inteistat" i onelave. Miss Miriam McFarland is in Prook lyn, X. Y. Mis. Clark Mansfi.-ld and Miss Fvelyn Crewt'nei' are in Junction City to spend Sund.ay. Mis. Charles Tfendriks leaves Tues day for Washington, D. C, to join her husband. Pr. ileraiiieks, in a peimanent res ider.e,.. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Pvers of Ilaneock, Mieh.. who are -isitinu the latter's par ents. Mr. and Mis. Thomas Lynn, will t"r their home next Tuesday. There is a lamentable dearth of po lice business recently. The court pro tern. Justice Field, had been unable to plant his talons on anything heavier than a idain drunk or a Dusenberry victim. Of late people get Dusenber ried cftener than they get drunk. While duelling on the subject of the court pro tern let the doer of evil in anv of its many forms beware. Jus tice of the Peace Field does not under stand the fine points of the game. Ilr, will stand pat on a pair of deuces, anrt mercy is not in his vocabulary. When a victim admits guilt he may as well quit at that and lie down and roil over, it wili do him just as much jrood as it would to explain how he took just a few drops to counteract the malaria, or how he just pot in town and wan poinp out on the nxt train and met a friend, etc., etc His excuse will be considered Confederate money by the court. There is a deal of roar about Mon sieur Dusenberry, and perhaps there is a roar cominp. Put when you look over the ca.se you can plainly see that it is the city council who is to blanu. The city needs a special officer just like Dusenbeiry to keep things it working order, but not one who is paid a commission on arrests. If this old soldier. who lost a wins while fight inp for his country and fourteen loU lars a month, was paid a salary like any other officer, he mipht use some of the ser.se and discretion which offi cers of the law are supposed to exer cise. Dusenberry needs the money, and who can blame him from hopginp the entire works at $1.50 per hop. As be is, Dusenbeiry is a nuisance and a blot upon the landscape. If he were paid like other Tudieemen, he would be a friend to humanity and a good thins. filed Yyith the secretary of state an ap plication for incorporation of the Ma nila Railway and Piphtin company, with SS.Cmn.OOO capital. The company has the ripht to build any railroa;! anywhere, to run steamship lines and to establish pas and electric plants outside of Connecticut. The backers of the new company are said to be New York capitalists. ; ILvULlllJlj U CALL ON GOVERNOR. Home Defenders Ask Him to Heip Suppress Joints. i Yesterday eve the the poll,.-, wild Imiii port-1 drunk would pet off. Levi anie to club and sail that name he 'I .e . V. ,. . l the i t a-: !:. t. i- v 1 i t ja lie... sure-! ye of the i of ot ir bonk tain the 'j o'clock a round station were raised bv the that Komothinp other than a a Ihisenl-.errie 1 bike rider into court, but alas, it is als Murray, a peaceable Kthiop. the station with a wet elm a contused countenn nee. IP another -A f ro-A m- i iea n. wh, ise knew not. had asasulted him - --e-ako on & V-i-.-'W.. . j w ith said club, hittinp hi -t- 1 bv Mrs. A t, his'.n, l: .;abi. is Monday af- ab 11 hav, an mi- HIT HIM WlTi .t 'P f, r- m i f -s- jt ' ea tr their h.ome next 1 uesday. O Sl V S J I VSV next we. k to visit her sister, Mrs.Armin CURES DlGMACfl IROUBLF. IWfLVt t.US OF Sl'FfERlG'Auust Mr. Don C Si !'!) s:Cici;i- Idi! to Cure V Vf i-kii-.-ii. .Mrs.W. 1 i . j-;arnest. of Seymore, Iowa, s ihe guest of her cousin. Mrs. C. D. n. on her wav to Gnlorado. 1 Mrs. Georpe Id k leave soon f.a- Mir hipan and Canada to visit rela tives. Dr. Diek will return July 1.", but Mrs. I iiek w ill prolong her visit until the he '!':!; rt's Yin-Sons Tonic WORKS A MISJACLL !- r. .i 1 u itji s'o.m oh . u' I 1; i.l . -a. r cf the I - - -a ! i; . i , i ; e r-1, any of in y : r : -i -u "'"'!' i l!,..ll-lv. ' ' I v. ... i it i 1 h a vi i y . :!'! pie t:v t lues I ' t !:v.- ttll..Ul! i 'r : ii-- 1 : e o iv ,-'.-,- n a-- i - - ' 'e 1i; e k I e !d .. , f. e of t !l' III .; '. i trie i diiVei. ,;: ! t ie- sle.aae!,, ' con. v e--e :a- ., ; , r i,. t; -i- . . I v pt n (.. i-v h-1. ami ;nv i ' ' i ret live. The ' . -i M e , (...ttujij, ,.r me. M V - . : e . ; tr, have f.i ! ' ; . e ., hie v n: and 1 " - ' '" ' y h- tela in- ' ! - .-. t.r Tonic nr. A I h.ei i il. d ,- .tv thin ,t ; -' ' : 1 1 !''!' 1 . h i to si v j I I " . f!d ihe mir.H !e it i ' h. s ! e: i -he I I'V.-rv tm - I " v . . . 1 ; ! ei I w a s si. k ; re ;!: ae art i 1, hit; i ' ;:' s ' ' ' v t v. as able to sit ; ,s ! UM!! ; t , 1 . j '! k. ' i : S. ;.p has been a I ' -. I canaot speak too j i ' I .iiii now eat if j v cur" 1 i i th i" has L,a.,l . f,,r j i ' a- s. 1 i re e. ., !;i, he. no i : '- i . Hi-' a : ,r any bad I : s v. ! -1 v r. i ' ' ' ' ''b-rty to ,, t his tr-ti- i ' " 1 I" h. v.. ev.--ry one v.. ho su!'- h c! 1 1: !... ,.( this wondt rfui "MAitY G RAY, , ir Mauieon Street. '' i r.o-.v !:'. iiiL- at Auxvass.1, -' ' Tenie is ahsoUi'ely the 1. r a,1! d: ,,f th ' has . v.-r been sold in ' '' "I."-. by,;.;,,-,. Pi-Mp-s- fhompson and M"r. Don Gsborn have th.e first of th'a week for ;m ext-nd.-d stay in Nev- York city. Miss Louise Henderson is th puest of Miss Myrtle lb-dclife at her home near overbrook. Mr. and Mis. Thomas Ramsdell and cliil iren hav pone to Michigan for a visit c- i w o months. Miss Caroline Pnd-.-rhill leaves Sunday for lier home in Hamiif n, N. Y., for a idiert va ation. .Mi s Mabel M Kirov has returned Pom a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. No. Musser in Canori City. Colo. Mis. p izvlrip of Gainesville. Tenn.. is evp. et' d Sunday to visit lv r sister, Mrs. G' orpc peak. Mi-s IMa Smyth is in Valley Falls. Mi s. "eiia Foi rlyee is in Junction City. Mast.-r Johnnie Scott and Miss Mabel Scott w . j-'- hosts at a children's party at the;,- home at th.p corner of Fourth and Tavlor tre.-ts Friday ti f t err.oon . 'i ll. pu.sis were: Blanche jierrv, l-thT Stie, pr, Maud Srreeter, Kthel Phod- l, Frances Scott. Alice Scott. Maiiel Sc,,tt. Poiiv Momire. Magpie Momir". Carrie Foglouist. Catherine Carter. Masteis Mv Clyde Voiand. Arthur Johnson, Samrnle I;i--. I Joy W'e-t- i-s. ot. Meivert Carlson. Johnnie Xeison. Harold Carlson and AAithur llliodel. "I ',i ilii in" openinp this evening. Stein bcip's t !.- a Fntdie invited. Swift & Holiiday Ihug Co. ). beating him. in fact, until black in the face. Then the asauiter spread his w mps and moved away from tiiose parts, and the as saulti e gather.., j the wa-apon for evi dence. Murray said that "He knew Ins face but he couldn't call his nam".' lie promised to hunt up the club artist, ask him his name and then secure a warrant for his arrest, but it s-ems that he has li. . n unable to locate his man up to the present date. Pike the cat in the tin, ier t and be whiskeiv.l song, (Ud Jim Came Hack." Jim is tiie "neat" member of the police patrol team. For many moons he has been i.iiins in a p, dal extremity, and vi, e Par, work he did in removing flood va-iims from North Topeka, and his sill seMl! nt swim tor life j tri,, frane street current, put him out of commis sion. In view- of his past services. Will WPP, tile driver, positively refused to turn him over to the sausage factory, and yesterday took him out to a pasture four mil. s north of town. Hut Jim did rot like the country solitude, so he i limbed over the fence and came back. The boys at the North side fire station j.i!d him up as he wandered south ward toward bis own bunpaldo. An ef f n t will be made to pet him a berth at toe fair grounds, where the fence is jump proof. One" more, plain drunks and other s,a it. beware. They are poinp to work von on the streets of North Tooeka in sti ad of the city steinparten. Col. Rich ard Hayd. with his eagle eye anil heavy A committee of Home Defenders com posed of Miss Planch Holes, Mrs. E. M. Coleman and Mrs. J. W. Stout called upon Governor Pa.iley today and asked him to help suppress the drug store joints in Topeka. Governor Bailey said that he was powerless to do anything unless he is appealed to by the authorities after they have been unable to enforce the law. "You should elect the right man to of lic"." said he. "We thought we had the ripht man when we elected you," said one of the women. Governor Bailey blushed at this deli cate compliment but said he could do nothing more than to advise them to make formal complaints to the mayor. The women presented the following formal address to the governor: To Governor W. J. Bailey. God reigns. His judgments are mani fold. No Bible believer can doubt for a moment that Divine Providence rules j in the destiny and career of cities, states j and nations as well as in the lives and ; affairs of individuals and men. Noah's tiood. the awful plagues of Egypt, the ; biting fiery hying serpent's in the wild- j erness together w ith the destruction of ! Sodom, Gomorrah, Tyre and Babylon j and the angel of p.estilence slaying thou sands for David's disobedience in num- j boring Israel, the repeated captivity of. the Hebrew nation for idolatry, the tinal destruction of Jerusalem and dispersion of the Jews, all reminds of Jehovah's justice and piower. The Almighty holds rulers and populace alike responsible, ' individually and collectively. The trap- : ie death of the w ieked Ahab and Jeze- ! bel, the cruel Herod eaten alive by worms as w ell as the sparing of Ninevah and adding la years to a king's life be cause lie repented, are lessons to be re membered. The defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo was the triumph of the princi ples of the reformations as was the de struction of the Spanish Armada with the Puritans on their knees. The spiendid victory in Manila bay also de termined the future religion and civili zation of the world. Cod is dealing with Topeka and Kansas. The whole state has been bowing at the feet of Bacchus, the god of drunk enness, lust and vice. Carrie Nation, a prophet', ss of lod and prohibition, warned the people and stirred the state from center to circumference. J. T. McFarland. J. D. Countermine and Chas. M. Sheldon echoed her warning in tones of thunder. The issue was squarely put. Put the courts were turned into a farce and travesty. Jus tice was turned away backward, trurh fell in the street. and eouitv waft j strangled. The Parker administration j sowed to the w ind and the harvest will I be the terrible tornado. "Touch not i mine anointed, and do my iironh.-ts nt. ( harm is written m the same book that says "Woe unto him that buildeth a town with blood and establi.sheth a city by iniouity."' . More than 4a drup joints, temples to Rat chus, are running wide open in To p -ka. Instead of suppf ssing the trea sonable, damnable traff ie.af ter the pop ular verdict at the pedis last spiring-, the very idol of the liquor business has been appoint". l probate judge, :i defiance of ; ".', judgments, and an insult to ev ery law abid-ng, patriotic vot--r. In the name of I ani that I am" we ask von to undo this. wip out the worship of debauchery and avert the pestilence that rrtav be hovering over us all. Pe not dec iv"d, God is not mocked. Sure- ly every intelligent, conscientious Piole believer may tremble and stand in silent expectation in the presence of such con ditions. Our prayer Is that the new mistress at the governor's mansion may prove the Queen Esther to intercede in be half of right against wrong and hairs the Human of nullification and con spiracy at the bar of loyalty and public opmioii by order of the chief executive of Kansas. In the name ot gou ana bumanitv we mtike this appeal. COMMITTEE HOME DEFENDERS. SOLD UU THE MANUFACTURER OF Disposes of His Medicine Business Leaves for California. Frank Lockhart, for years a familiar figure on'the streets with his green and red basket, in which he delivered his Oil of Gladness, has disposed of the business to Topeka parties and has left for California, and expects to make that state his future home. Parties who have been buying their "Oil of Gladness" from him will hereafter make their purchases through their druggists. HE LEFT THE FOLLOWING NOTICE: Topeka, Kas., June 15, 1903. To My Customers and Friends: I have this day disposed of the business of the manufacture and sale of "Lockhart's Improved Oil of Gladness" to the Thomp son Medical Co., of this city, and in the future they will supply the trade. Customers to whom I have been delivering will in the future make their purchases at the drug stores. Parties who have been getting the Oil at my .house will also get it at the drug stores. Always ask for Lockhart's Improved Oil of Gladness and insist on getting it. FK AN K LOCKHART. f i f;i u it "i ! I H If fi It M ST EXPLOSION Mil- Started Fire Which Destroyed waukes Malt Houses. Milwaukee. June 27. The fire early to day in the big elevators owned by the American Malting company is shown j to have been caused by an explosion of dust in one of the elevators. , The buildings destroyed are: Malt ! house C, brick, yearly output 800.000 j bushels malt; engine house and boiler ; room, three stories; elevator F, six stores, capacity 250.000 bushels; malt house A, output 700,000 bushels. Eleva- j j tor E was badly damaged by water, but , ! the efforts of the firemen saved it from ; I destruction. i J. M. Kiebs, local manager of the j ! American Malting company, made the ; following statement; j "The loss to the entire plant and con tents will be about $.100,000. I estimate S that about 400,000 bushels of grain and ! malt has been destroyed. The buildings destroyed contained seventy-two pneu matic drums, in which all the malt and grain is. stored." REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. wife to I. and north P. half SALOONS WERE CLOSED And Quiet Immediately Settled Down in Wilmington. Wilmington, Del., June 27. This city today is in its normal condition. Th" excitement over the lynching of George White and the events following the burning have entirely disappeared. The (losing of the saloons last night had a pood effect. There were no drunken brawls during the night and the police were not called upon to quell any dis turbances. By ord-r-r of the alice com missioners all saloons will also eiose their cioors for the r.ight at 6 p. m. to day. . Til" lienor dealers have heartilv agreed to the closing movement, an,! they are being commended generally by the citizens for sacritieinp business to th-' m oteet ion and order of the citv These precautionary plans adopted by the police will be kept in force unti all danger of further lawlessness is P. T. Herriek and Podpers, Sfi.500, lot 379 3S1 Tyler street. May Davis to V. N. Davis, $2,000, part res. 2. C. E. Strauss et al to A. Packenstoce, $e.",on, lots 1 to 17 inclusive, block 1, Washburn avenue. Miller's College Park addition. V. E. Stanley ot al to R. M. Maekey, $7,200, east half southeast quarter and east half northeast quarter SI, 10, 16. C. O. Aldridge to A. P. Shelden, $1,650, lots 237 and 233 Jefferson street, Holii day 's addition. Pet Phodes to M. Rhodes, $S00, one eighth interest in lots 98 and 100 Sixth avenue, west. A. J. Phodes and wife to Pet Rhodes, $1,000, half interest in lots 9S and 100 Sixth avenue, west. A. Allen to J. H. Allen, $7.". part res. 4. L. N Hitchcock to W. Phillips, J3.S00, lots 476 and 47S Tyler street, Huntoon's addition. G. Coates and husband to N. S. Wear, $"i0, lot 362 Morris avenue, Stilson & Pari holomew's addition. J. Hovenden and wife to Ci. Coates, $e0. same. E. C. Wright to the Securities Con servation company, $1. tract on Quincy street, prolonged. See record. Same to same, $1, same. Ci. E. Mvers and husband to S. San- : ilcrs :t al. $0. part northeast quarter and part southeast quarter 21, 30, 1:1. ! C. E. Strauss et al to A. Packenstoce, j $200, lots in, 2 and 23. block 1. Washburn j avenue, Miller's College Park addition. S. H. Staniev to R. M. Mac-key. $7,300, I cast half southeast quarter 31, 10, 15. J. Maear and wife to H. J. Beaehum, $300. a tract on Gordon and Madison. See record. The Financial association to J. M. P.. Kineaid, $1, part southeast quarter 1, 12, 15. WILL NOT RE D1ST I'll BED. Shakespeare's Birthplace to Remain as It Eas Been. London. Jane 27. Sidn 0:1 0. hal i et t he trust . . birthplace, has written wan n v 1 1 a ; a 1. a r Moraiay t x ; ,a i r.ii 1 in irni Ahdf vv , at 1 , p ior Slratlot-a-e accusations ilia illii tile hist. Hi, their ael I.e.-. the author. 1 I' Siiak- sp.-are's 1 h nu'tay hater th-- nevv snaoers pt- T hn t! for sale as on ;h" ss. Gemrai the tie. 1,. V per full This HOBART'S The Cut Rate Drug Store 50 West Tenth Avenue. P- til 1 h.-n, s 4.-.O. Tour mov-y back if you want it. a in ae. 1 ,.ci. s offer of a 1:1 i-Avon. i !.. a. clar.-s the the trr.Mt.s are u.-strov-strca t where Shakespeare ar-- untrue, adding: h the p. nrroas offer of Mr. Car ta me, they ar- cii.ina precis, ly the opp-i-slte. 'J'ii. y tire- pei rreim ntlv preserv ing ail the structural work which has be-a ! rovai: en accurate e x a mi aa lien to pos s. s- ar. kind or' arc ll.c domical ir.tori st. Me, Oram). n has of past vears proea-esseO v.-ry far and of late, lmt for Mr. Carnegie' n.ti nmcn tia-eat, ned a conspicuous" ad- The rumors that Mr. Carnegie proposed t,;i erect att "ostentations building of pa latial splendor" 's net true. Mr. Carnesi-i has hit e er thing in the hand.-- of up S'ratterd corporation, and has expressed ihe wish that his name be not bestowed on the hiiiahrvi. Mr. I .. e ,ii, l-s a letter showing- that Marie I'.irdii. who is the chief critic of the trust. . s end Mr, Garni , ae. had her s if O'o.-i:iti-il tor tiie proinrtv in cpu-.s. ti.-n for the purpose , f crietips a hbrarv. The n-gotiatieiis faihd owi;i: to the pra.-e hemp higher than Miss Con-ili wished to pay. The COD. FOYP AND HIS EAGPE EYE WIPE BE THERE. artillery, will be there to watch you v, ork and toil you w hen it is quitting tinn. The mayor said this morning that city prisoners would begin work in the tiood country Mon.iay. or as soon there after as the necessary arrangements could be made. re was appvehension that Satur day would see more disorder, but the closinp of tiie saloons, it is thought, will have tiie effec c i keeping disorder in the miri'.i.um. A detail of IS men of the First regiment. National Guard, is on duty today protecting the arms and ammunition in the building-. They will be relieved by another detail tonight. Fourth of July Rates via Union Pacific One fare plus fifty cents for the round trip. Tic kets on sale July 3 and 4, good returning July 7. F. A. PEWIS, C. T. A., 52a Kansas Ave. Phone f3. J. C. FFLTOX. Depot Apt. Phone 34. Miss Phmch iS Supposed to about 30 days iv not. at a is e I'oise, of hatchet fame. be serving a sentence of in the county jail, but she visible to the naked eye I wish to express my sincere thanks to my friends and to the odd Fellows of Topeka who so kindly assisted in car ing for my dear husband during ids late illness and death. MRS. C. E. CANON. Mattoon, 111. most of th.e Urn.-. Her sentence has not been suspended, and she could not give a bond. She is out as far as can be learned, simply because c. Dewey and company, late of St. Francis, are occu pying her boudoir at the county bastile, and there is no room for her. Miss Roise does not w ear her hntchi t. She is busily engaged in informing the mayor and tiie governor tSat the drug stores of Topeka are selling, vile, vic ious violent booze. Manila Company Chartersd. Hartford, Conn., June 27. Charles W. Gross and Arthur Li. Shipman have We Sell Rugby and Racycle Bicycles, Victor Talk ing Machines, Cosmo Sixmo Mantles. Central Cycle & Supply Co. S06 Kas. Ave. Great Bend Saloons Open. , Great Pond. Kan., June 27. All the joints in Great Rend have reopened, do ing business openly and as formerly the business was conducted, except that across the fronts inside has been placed a partition of ceiling lumber to screen the bar and those practicing before it from street view. It is understood the monthly fines of each joint is $a0. There are seven of them now. Farmers Need Help. Relief work which will fall heavily upon the county for a long time will have to be done among the market gardeners about Topeka. A. P. Brooke, whose farm lies a mile or more north of North Topeka. says that 7ri gardeners in his vicinity have been ruined by the flood and are absolutely pioyerty strick en at this moment. Their gardens are ruined for this year. Pndoubtedly thou sands of dollars must be expended upon iclief work among the farmers of the county and of the number aided the greater part will be of this class. " Tho New York Limited" and three more fast trains run daily over Vandalia-Ponn sylvania Short lines from St. Pouis to New York. "The Now York Limited" leaves St. Louis 12:30 noon. "The Eastern Express" departs at 8:15 p. m. "The New York Express" leaves at 11:35 p. m. and "The Key stone Express" at 8:44 a. m. Consult A. P. Ritchie, trit-veling passenger agent. Kansas City. Mo., or J. M. Ches brough, A. G. P. agent, St. Pouis, Mo. Making a Country Home interests everyone. The M., K. fc T. doesn't claim a clear recipe, but its pub lications tr'at of the enormous growth of fruit culture in east Texas, the money-making possibilities in the pas, oil. lead and zinc regions of Missouri and Kansas, and the delightful climate of Texas and Old Mexico. Ask for them. Address, "KATY," 514 Wainwrieht Bide., St. Loui3. ilo. LOW EXCURSION RATES EAST. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASS'N, bostgx, Mass. July 6th to 10th ifUftUV r EPW LEA DETROIT, MSCH. July I6th--!9th. ONE FARE, PLUS $2.00 FOR ROUND TRIP. " THE COOL NORTHERN offers especially attractive all Eastern points. LIMITS DIVERSE. ROUTES. The Wabash is ROUTE" and features to LONG Stop over at Detroit and Niagara Falls. Boat ride across Lake Erie. No additional cost. Ask your Agent for tickets reading over the Wabash. For further information write to L. S. McClellan, H. C. Shields, Western Passenger Agent, Traveling Passenger Ajeat, 803 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo. t i H ft rj I All I Ef nAL IfAOft I llsil 1 Summer hotels are scattered throughout tho Rockies for the convenience prefer recreati labor incident Wherever the tain in Co'ora there is also canon, and the spot in which to no difficulty in .ill c'a pTc'toS'' of those who on without the to camping-, re is a moun do or Utah, an interesting searcher for a summer tin. is suiting his taste. To enable persons to reach flicse favored localities without unnecessary expenditure of time or money, the Union Pacific has put in effect very low rates and splendid train service from Missouri River to Denver ACCOMMODATIONS ARE PROVIDED FOR ALL CLASSES OF PASSENGERS Full information cheerfully furnished on application to , A. LEWIS, C 525 Kansas Ave J. C. FULTON, Depot Agent. 'Phone 34. h F. A. LEWIS, C. T. A., 525 Kansas Ave 'Phone 53. JlA Am A 418 Kansas Avenue. Bell 'Phone 783 Carpets, Mattings, Shades, Gasoline J Stoves and Ovens, Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. 2 burner low Gasoline Stove J S3. 00 Complete House Furnishings. 2nd Hand Goods Bought and Sold. Everybody Reads the State Journal