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THE TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, FBID AY- EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1904.
9 A 1 I M l-m tMt H 1 1 1 1 I I It4i4 I H M"l 1 1 I I I I HIH I' 15. COLORADO AND RETURN VIA Rock Island System Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Saturdays durinsr J August and September. springs 11 you taite KotK For reservations see Both Phones 384. I II I 1 11 It H l"tH' Passenger Sarvlea Exclusively i.; I I "MinVTT TFiMHID For thi Seeking Health 1 fc !, El .l m r m m m -as. is- - - r w ALWAYS ON TIME EXCURSION TO- WATHENA Sunday, -Aug. 21st, Via Via 51.25 For the Round Trip. Excursion Train will leave Rock Island Depot at 8:00 A. M. Returning, -will leave Wathena at 9:00 p. M. A. M. FULLER, CP. A. Through Sleepers to St. Louis TpSjj' Rock Island System In addition to our No. 4, leaving Topeka daily at 4:00 p. m., carrying Coaches, Chair Cars, Tourist and Standard Sleepers through to St. Louis without change, we have through Standard Sleepers on No. 10 and No. 36. No. 10 leaves Topeka at 7:45 a. m. No. 30 leaves Topeka at 8:05 p. m. Arriving at St. Louis at 6:50 p. m. and 7:20 a. m. By taking the Rock Island for St. Louis you avoid the very disagreeable change of cars at Kan sas City. Also, remember, that No. 4 Hock Island train lands you at the main entrance to the World's Fair grounds. For reservations and all other In formation, see. A. M. FULLER, C. P. A., Both Phones 384. Rock Island deoot. A A A A ww-iH 1 Pure Water Phillips' famous mineral j water delivered at your door pure and health- I 1 PROF. J. W. PHILLIPS J Proprietor. J 612 West Eight Street. I Can Sell Your Business or real estate, no matter where located Properties and busi ness of ail kinds told quickly for cash In all parts of the Uni ted States. Don't wait. Write today, describing what you have to sell and give cash price on same. . P. TONE WILSON, JR., Real Estat. Specialist CLS Kan. ave. Ind phone 1291. Topeka, Kan. The best Equipment Is employed to make the Five Cents a Day Telephone a quick and reliable means of communication. Mo. & Kansas Tele. Co. Yhone 999. I mm TO I Only 15 hours to Colorado isianu riyers. A. M. FULLER, City Passenger Agent. 1 ' -M-H I IHt'tH I I 1 I I f Forth Business Mas to build op hi i nree laiimrs eacn wmk Derween rolcago.Fraaktort.Nortbport.Cbarlevolx. Mackiaac Island, connecting for Detroit. Buffalo, etc. Booklet Fro. JOS. BEROLZHFIM. O. P. A. Chicago KANSAS FAIRS IN 1904. Following la a list of fairs to be held in Kansas in 1904, their dales, locations and secretaries, as reported to the state board of agriculture and compiled by Secretary F. D. Coburn: Allen County Agricultural Society J. T. Tredway, secretary. La Harpe; Sept. 6-9. Uarton County Fair Association W. P. Feder. secretary. Great Bend: Sept. 13-15. Hiawatha Fair Association (Brown county) Elliott Irvia, secretary, Hiawa tha; Sept. 6-9. Butler County Fair Association H. SI. Bale:;, secretary, Kl Dorado; Sept. 19-24. Hewlns Park and Fair Association (Chautauqua county) W. M. Jones, sec retary. Cedar Vale; Sept. 10-22. Clay County Fair Association E. F.. Hoopes, secretary. Clay Center; Sept. 6-9. Coffey County Agricultural Fair Associ ation S. D. weaver, secretary. Burling ton : Sept. 13-16. Cowiey County Agricultaral and Stock Show Association V. J. Wilson, secre tary. Wintteld: Aug. 30 to Sept. 2. Kaitrn Cowley Fair Association (Cow ley county) J. M. Henderson, secretary. Burden; Sept. 7-9. Crawford County Agricultural Fair As sociationFrank Mc&ay, secretary, Pitts burg; Sept. 6-9. ' ! Elk County Agricultural Fair Associa tion J. F. Deal, secretary, Grenola; Sept. 14-16. Finney County Agricultural Society A. H. Warner, secretary. Garden City: Aug. 24-26. Ford County Agricultural Association J. H. Churchill, secretary, Dodge City; Aug. 30 to Sept. 1. Franklin County Agricultural Society Carey M. Porter, secretary, Ottawa; Sept. S-1U. Greenwood County Fair Association C. H. Weiser, secretary, Eureka: 8ept. 13-16. Anthony Fair Association Harper county. Aug. 24-26; H. JE. Whitney, secre tary. Harvey County Agricultural Society John C. Nicholson, secretary, Newton; Oct. 3-7. Jeffeison County Agricultural and Me cbanical Association George A. Patter son, secretary. Oskaloosa; Sept. 6-. Jewell County Agricultural Association Henry R. Honey, secretary, Mankato; Sept. 6-9. Jefferson County Poultry and Pet Stock Association Nortonville, Kai,.; Dec. 26-23; C. H. Rhodes, judge; E. W. Kaufman, secretary. Marshall County Fair Association E. Miller, secretary, Marysvtlle; Sept. 13-16. Miami County Agricultural and Me chanical Fair Association H. A. Floyd, secretary, Paola; Sept. 27-30 Mitchell County Agricultural Assicia tion P. G. Chubbic, secretary, Beloit. Morris County Exposition Company M. F. Armine, secretary. Council Grove. Nemaha County Fair Association W H. Fltzwater, secretary, Seneca; Aug. 31 to Sept. 2. Neosho County Fair Association H. Lodge, secretary, Erie; Sept. 27-30. Chanute Fair and Improvement Associ ation (Neosho county) A. E. Timpane, secretary, Chanute; Aug. 29 to Sept. 2. Ness County Agricultural Association I. B. Pember, secretary, Ness City; Sept. 28-30. Norton County Agricultural Association L. V. Graham, secretary, Norton: Aug. 20 to Sept. 2. Osage County Fair Association E. T. Price, secretary, Burlingame; Sept. 6-12. rentral Kansas Fair Association (Reno ccnty) A. L. Sponsler, secretary. Hutch inson: Sept. 19-24. Rice County Agricultural Fair and Live Stock Association W. T. Brown, secre tary. Sterling. Riley County Agricultural Association R. T. W'orboys, secretary, Riley; Oct. 4-6. Rooks County Fair Association Olmer Adams, secretary, Stockton; Sept. 21-23. Southern Kansas Fair and Carnival Association (Sedgwick county) H. L. Re sing, secretary, Wichita; Sept. 26 to Oct. L Kansas State Exposition Company (Shawnee county) C. H. Sampson, secre tary, Topeka: Sept. 12-17. Smith Fair County Association E. 8. Rice, secretary. Smith Center; Aug. 23-28. Staflord County Fair Association G. E. Moore, secretary, St. John: Sept. 7-9. Fredonia Agricultural Association (Wil son county) J. T. Coooer. secretary. Fre donia: Aug. 23-26. $45.00. To California and Return via the Santa Fe. The twenty-ninth triennial con clave. Knights Templar U. S. A. and sovereign grand lodge I. O. O. F., at San Francisco in September, are the next occasions for which the Santa Fe will make reduced rates to California. Any one. whether member or not, may take advantage of the reduction. If you're going to make the California tour, this is your chance to do it eco nomically, comfortably, and thorough ly. On pale August 15 to September 10. Inclusive. Limited to October 33. Homeseekers' Excursion. The Chicago Great Western railway will on the first and third Tuesdays up to October 18. sell tickets to points in Alberta, Assiniboin, Canadian North west. Minnesota and North Dakota. For further information apply to G. W. Lincoln, T. P. A 7 West Ninth street, Kansas City ,Mo. Excursion to Kansas City, Santa Fe. Sunday, Aug. 21. Round trip 11.25. Tickets at Rowley A Snow's and Santa Fe depot. Train leaves la. m. Every body invited. APPLIES TO TOPEKA. William Allen White's Advice Is to Build Y. M. C. A. Buildings. C William Allen White, In an editorial In the Emporia Gazette on the building of a new Y. M. C. A. building at """nw ana me, need of one at Em poria, says things rjertinent to th Kit. uation in Topeka and the needs of an association building here. Mr. White knows more ahnut hnvi and their habits and needs than any oiner man in Kansas and his advice is gooa. Mr. White says In hla editorial: "It is announced that Lawrence is to have a 125.000 Y. M. C. A. building, and that W. R. Stubbs and State Senator Albert Henley each gave $5,000 to help the matter along. The chief value of such a building is that It will afford boys between 16 and 24 a place to spend their leisure time without throwing mem into the company of older men who are tough. A Y. M. C. A. building properly equipped has a gymnasium, and a swimming pool in its basement, a reading room and an amusement room and a small hall overhead.. "Now there is nothing wrong in pool or billiards or bowling, as such. But the trouble with most places in the average country towns where these things may be had is first, that they cost more than a boy can afford to pay for them, and at the same time pay his honest debts; and second, that at these places the boy is thrown with every tin-horn gambler, every chronic loafer, rjKi ev ery would-be cheap sport in the com munity, it is. true that, this town and probably in Lawrence certain perfect ly respectable people play billiards in the billiard halls, and bowl in the al leys. In Emporia, Normal professors are good bowlers, and at Lawrence, the university men do the same. thing. But nevertheless, howsomever, this merely gives the boys an excuse to silence their parents, who know that the professors don't attract the boys so much as the penny-ante-sports who frequent these places. "Now, a decently organized Y. M. C. A. building would give Emporia boys something to do; some place to spend their surplus time and put them in the best kind of surroundings. The latter day Christians seem to be forgetting too much the fact that they have as much duty to their neighbors as they have to God. The commandment of Christ was that men should love one another as much as they worshiped their creator. But too many people for get this, and when they have done lip- service to God, think they have done their whole duty. "So long as the boys .of this town are compelled to spend their spare time in dangerous places, not a so-called Chris tian in Emporia has any right to pray. It is not enough to put a Quarter in the contribution box Sunday and let it go at that. The Christian people of Em poria have the young men and women of this town on their hands. The re sponsibility may not be shirked. 'God will not be mocked.' It is not merely the parents who have this responsibil ity. It is a duty of every man and wo man in town. There are dozens of men in Emporia who can afford to give $5,000 if Stubbs and Henley can at Lawrence. There are twenty men and women who can give a thousand if they are not selfish. There are fif ty men who can afford $500, and a hun dred who can afford $100. We have no right to accept freely all the blessings of this civilization which we enjoy without giving some substantial return. What ia a quarter a Sunday or a dollar a Sunday or ten dollars a Sunday? And why should .Sunday contributions end our beneficence? The man who thinks he can fool God by giving to the church and neglecting those appeals to the ap parent needs of his fellow man, has a rude awakening coming. The duty to love one's neighbor as himself, means love not hypocrisy. What a genera tion of hypocrites we are to let our bovs grow up with no better social gathering places than an emasculated The Japs Last Warning i0 ij bar-room. - A Y. C. A. would reduce Jail expenses in Lyon county in a few years. Start the boys oft right keep them .off the streets,, keep them in good company and . the law And: .order league will have less business. Cflve.a boy a good swimming pool, a .good gymnasium, a good reading room, a clean billiard room, and a hall where he can listen to lectures on. topics that interest him, and much isdone toward making that boy a good .citizen. "This is a problem that the people of Emporia should consider. It is a ser ious matter. Parents knowing that Lawrence has a good Y. M. C. A. build ing and that Emporia has no worthy place for their boys to spend their spare time in, will send their boys to Lawrence. They would; be foolish if they didn t do so." : u ; TRADE HOLDS ITS OWN. Business Has Been Decidedly Stimu lated in the "West. . .. New -York. Aug. 18. Advices "re' celved by the International Mercantile agency shows that there nas been lit tle chanee in business conaitions our lng the week except in districts spe cially affected by reports of crop dam age and disturbance Incident to the cut in steel prices. Business on . the whole shows up well and in most re tail lines is fully holding its own. In certain sections of the west trade has been decidedly stimulated with im proved distribution and generally hooeful feeling. Commercial centers are beginning to feel the impetus of summer travel. and buyers are flocking to-distributing points, disposed to buy iiDerauy, al though with marked discrimination This is a rood sign and shows that re plenishment this year will-be conduct ed along conservative lines. More sea sonable weather throughout the south' west has led to better results in many lines, especially in dry goods and van ous branches of apparel. Boot and shoe orders are in better volume and jobbers in hats and caps are forcing factories to work overtime to keep up with current business. This improve ment has extended to the clothing in dustry, the outlook for-whibh in some sections was reported 1 to " be rather uncertain a week ago. Less stock than usual is believed to have been carried over in many lines owing to the known conservatism of prominent dealers. Their experience last winter was suggestive of the greater care that was displayed this year in avoiding the "overstocking evil" lor spring ana summer sroods. An excellent demana is notea ror groceries, especially staples, where prices are firm and distribution is for the most part satisfactory. Encourag- ine returns are shown in ary gooas and in paints and oils. Leather- has been active at the south with better advance in prices, owing to the scar city of properly cured hides. The wool market has also strengtnenea some what and tobacco in general is hold ing firm. . The Kansas City ana St. Louis dis tricts report .another week of active business with stear".y improvement in many lines and generally expanding trade. The latter sectign especially is feeling the stimulus.,, of . increased trade from the World's lair visitors, whose purchases are swelling the vol ume of ordinary, business to abnormal proportions. While the final results are. In a measure, dependent upon the crop development, it) is -notewprthy that the distrtctsL-.wWcB...wovna suixer the most from a- disastrous- shortage, have hot been alarmed.. by-the excite ment that has attended this week's trading in wheat-options at New York, Chicago and Minneapolis. $7.60 St. Louis aAd Return Via Rock Island system. -- Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays during August and September. Come Down or Fall DowO; 3TS Affl0S A HQ MlSCELL 1 - ; ft ':- ' i PULL AN A. D. T. Call Box or call either tel ephone No. 61 and have your Want Ads brought to the State Journal, office by free messenger ser vice. . Cost of classified arts 6 cents per lint of six words to -the line - and every fraction . thereof. . OFFICIAL AmrOtTNCEMEVTS. i 'AM - A CANDIDATE FOR STATE senator frcm the Seventeenth district, (1m;. subject to the decision of the qual ified electors in Shawnee county In No vember. C. P. BOLMAP- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. R. W. Goodrich and wife to L. L. Nelson, lots 1, 3. 5, 7. 9, 11, 25, 27 and 29 Redden avenue. Euclid Park ad dition $ 360 N. Johnson and wife to W. L. Ben son, lot 2S2 Madison street. Holll- ; day's addition 2,125 . f ensKy ana wile to J. uppert. nart of lots 48 and 50 Chandler street, Fensky's first addition 650 The Orchard Place Lor Co. to J. W. White, lots 51 and 6a- Polk street. Douthitt Place addition 300 F. Sillix and wile toA. Kuykendall. lots 66 and 68 MortKe street 1,350 A. E. Hanna and husband to J. K, . . Leslie, lota 332 artd 334 Garfield ave nue, Stilson and Bartholomew's ad dition 1,050 C. Roof and -wife to W.-A. Gardner, lot 242 Chestnut - street. Metsker's third addition 1,000 Emma Eberhart to A. J. and L. H. Evans, lots 205 and 207 Lane street. Home's addition : 2,300 L Brown to A. J. and L. H. Evans, lots 206 and 207 Lane street. Home's addition 100 WANTED A place for 6-year-old girl in family. Address, with references, M. G., Journal. WANTED By a girl 16 a place to do ngnt nouseworK tor Doara. Address u. O. N., Journal. SWEDISH girl wants any kind of house work by the half day.. Address D. B. C, Journal. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy. call up Y. M. C. A. telephone m. w e hsce a list of men and confidential ref erences concerning them. Y. M. C A. "employment bureaq 11 is. 8tn St. WANTm-MALEHiaj MOLEH'S barber college, Denver, Col., lianas, xex., salt bane city, utan, or Los Angles, Cal.v wants men to learn the barber trade: special inducements now. .Write nearest branch for terms. WANTED A registered pharmacist at Postoflice drug store, v2 Kansas ave. WANTED Competent white girl for gen eral nouseworK, small iamny. lixi xo- peka ave. WANTED Good, arm waiters at Cremerle VATKD FKMALH HELP. WANTED Lady cook at Keith hospital. 601 Clay st. WANTED Girl for general housework. no washing. 1518 Western ave. WANTED Hustlers, ladles or gentlemen, good salary, paid every night, no deposit or expense for outfit. That manager may call, write immediately Clarence Edison, transient, Topeka. WANTED Cooks, waitresses, houseglrls. maids, dishwashers, vw Kansas ave. WANTED A good girl to cook, small family, no washing,. Call at once: Ger man or Swede preferred. Apply 1027 Van Huron st. WANTEDv-2 dining room girls at Fifth Avenue hotel. WANTED At once, good kitchen girl 815 Monroe st. WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair education to travel for a firm of $250,000 .. ' i 1. I i . A .1 . 1 n.Uh B.cvr r. A. Alexander, Topeka, Kan. WANTED Chambermaid at the New Midland hotel, 4th and yulncy. WANTED Good woman cook at Holllday hotel, . corner 4th and Holllday sts. WANTED Country girls, no experience needed. $20 month, board, room and pass. Capital Employment Agency, t6b Ivan. av. WANTED Girl for general housework, small family, good waees, no washing. Mrs. ' C. H. Samson, 314 Topeka ave. WANTED Girl for general housework. 1100 W. 6th St. v WANTED Women, $20 month.board.room and pass. Capital him ploy ment, 73i js.. A. WANTED Cooks, waitresses, houseglrls. chambermaids, cap. tmp., no Ivan. Ave. WANTED Woman at White Star laun dry. 215 W. otn st. WANTED Elderly lady to keep house. nesiauiaill, ivi jjULiiniinii oi. WANTED A good washer, starchers and nana snirt ironers, none uui ine very best of help need apply. 735 Topeka ave. WANTED MTSCELLANEOtTS. WANTED 2 or 3 modem furnished rooms for housekeeping, o. a:, care journal. WANTEIJ-rReJativeSy f Mrs. Hattie A. Lumley. whose .-maiden name was Bla- ker, decea?ied,Tate of Minneapolis, Minn., to communicate with administrator, W. B. Tuttle, New York. Life bldg., Minne apolis, Minn. - .-v " . WANTED To buy cheap horse. AddreS with price and particulars D, journal. HUMOR OF THE DAY. Slokoche thinks that offer he got Is the opportunity of a lifetime." "lea, out ne snouia rememoer tnat no must seize it during the lifetime of the opportunity." Philadelphia Ledger. A Trick That Gets More Difficult. 'Don't vou think the expenses of running a campaign might be curtailed?" "Certainly, answered senatorsorgnum. It would be no trouble to curtail 'em. But the real trick is to expand 'em. and at the same time restrain Idle curiosity concerning disbursements." Washington Star. a Strenuous for the Sheriff. "What are you grinning about. Uncle Jeff?" "Can't help it, sah. De sheriff has seiz ed all my belongings. And you are going to Kicicr No. but de belongin's will. All I own Is a mule." Chicago Daily News. As to Returns. Braggsby I am getting Immense returns from my magazine con tributions these nays. Wacirsby Yes. but you mustn't be dis couraged. After a while there will be less returns ana more or your manuscripts will be accepted. Baltimore American. FOR RENT HOTJJiES FOR RENT 6 room cottage, modern ex cept heat, 1413 Harrison st. FOR RENT No. 383 Green St., Oakland, 7 rooms, barn; 504 Lafayette st., 2-room, 1 7-i-oom and 1.5 room, houee Bellview. P, C Moore, 420 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Modem 6 room house 107 E. 12th st. Inquire 1114 Morris ave. FOR RENT 7 room house, city and cis tern water, barn, gas 428 Lincoln st. Tel. Ind. 152. FOR RENT Cottage Lawrence, 5 rooms, 406 E. 8th. Inquire 514 Monroe St. JFORRENT ROOMS FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 301 Van Buren ct. FOR RENT Furnished room with mod ern conveniences, at 410 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Modem furnished room In Thompson block, 619 Qulncy St. Inquire room 2. FOR. RENT 1, 2 or 3 nicely furnished rooms, 1st and 2d floors, light house keeping. 601 E. Sth st. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms down stairs light housekeeping. 305 Adams St. FOR RENT Large airy room, south and west windows, modern. 623 Vaii Buren. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, new, mod ,ern house, references exchanged. 821 xyier st. - FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Large bam at 501 E. 8th st FOR SALE: REAL ESTATE. 1313 Tyler. This fine modern house for sale for few days at a bargain: 8 rooms, fine bath, reception hall, front and back stairs, new earn. Price $2,3d0; 675 casn; balance easy terms; house rents for $25; aeys at tnis onice. THE STRAUSS AGENCY, . Central National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE 7 rooms Tavlor st.. i2fi0 cash balance like rent, 4 rooms. No. 520 unanmer, iuu casn, balance liKe rent; 3 rooms Madison St., $50 cash, balance like rent, a; j. .Brown, 17 Columbian bldg FOR SALE: Oakland property 2 lots, 2 story 5 room house, cellar, well, cistern, chicken house, some fruit and fine shade, $300: a nice place, close to car line: can make terms. . J. E. TORKINGTON, 109 West Sixth St. FOR SALE Loean ave.. Oakland, unfln ished new 4 room cottage, all material on ground, with 4 lots; owner must leave city. jr. (j. . Moore, ao 4.ansas ave. . FOR SALE By Smith agency, 509 Kansas ave., 5 acre tract near Gage park, $fi50; 1 acre, 6 room house, $550; brick cottage 301 Davies st.j$S00; 4 room house 212 Grat- tan St., obo; 10 room house 1401 west St., z,uuo; so acre3 nawnee county, 2b. FOR SALE Centrally located, 2 story business bldg., 8,000 feet floor space; rents $75 a month; possession if wanted: cash or payment plan. F. J. Brown, 17 uoiumDian ciag. FOR SALE Topeka suburban 29 acres. fine location, a biK barerain at $150 an acre. Might divide. Others ask $250 for land no better, n. J. Brown, 17 Colum bian bldg. FOR SALE Some cheap lots and a large larm. I. Jierr, 1012 Arcn st. FOR SALE OR, RENT 5 room house. large lot, this side Washburn, small cash payment, balance like rent. 4 rooms, large lot, Chandler" St., same terms. F. J. urowiii- 17 Columbian bldg. FOR SALE OR RENT Building at 625 Jackson. St., with 124 . ft. . lot. on south building, is 2 story, with basement 2a by 15 ft.: possession . given soon as our new building Is completed on Quincy and 2d St., aoout sept; J. xopeKa i.iunary jo. FOR SALE: 10 acres nice land adjoining R. R. town In Osage county, Kan., 5 room cottage, large barn, crib, shed, chicken house, al falfa, hog pasture, 2 acres orchard, small iruit, etc., J860. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 West Sixth St. FOR SALE 3 room house at 517 Lake st. 75 ft. front, all kinds fruit trees, good well, inquire lzib u;, btn st. FOR SALE Lots Johnson Place addition W. 6th, this month, J150.il. Heery, tel. 1235. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE One 2-burner gas stove, good condition. l'JiD f inmore st. FOR SALE Good milk cow. A. M. Har vey, 1405 Polk st. FOR SALE Good milk cows and house hold goods. 522 Division st. FOR SALE Mare, buggy and harness, cheap, at 219 E: 4th st. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness. 405 Tyler st. FOR SALE OR TRADE For chickens, a fine large heifer, cross between Jersey and Durham, 5 weeks old. Cor. 12th- and Randolph. Washburn Place. FOR SALE New Shetland pony cart,also park surrey used very little, both made to order, of bestr material. Apply 435 Tay lor st. FOR SALE Good saddle pony and out fit free. After 6 o'clock at 985 Morris ave.; day time at room 15, Crawford bldg- 501 Jackson st. A. J. Bolinger. FOR SALIC One second-hand 25-horse-power boiler, now in use at 0m laundry. FOR SALE A bargain, 3 milk cows. 603 Topeka ave. FOR SALE 2 seated surrey, nearly new. 1407 W. 10th St. Dr. Boam. , FOR SALE 1 Axminster carpet, mando lin and household goods, cheap. 1413 Harrison St. FOR SALE 1 good milk cow, also wean ed pigs, brood sow and shoats. 300 Law rence it. FOR SALE 4 miles west of Topeka on Silver Lake road, team of work or brood mares, new wagon and harness; will sell separate, part cash, rest on time, good bank note. W. M. Conwell. FOR SALE 4,000 shares Nancy Helen Gold Mining and Milling Co.'s stock, fully paid and non-assessable, at 2'4c per share. This company owns the Mikado shaft which lies only a short throw from the famous Independence mine, also sev eral other valuable properties. If you are interested, address Miner, Journal. FOR 8AL.E Lunch room, a bargain. Call at 203 W. 6th st. FOR SALE A 2 seated carriage at 234 Greenwood ave., Potwlrt. ' FOR SALE Scotch collie puppies, finest pedigreed stock. Harmondale farm, Sea brook, or 1033 Fillmore. J. C. Harmon. $750 BUYS furniture and business of a 12 room boarding house; 20 boarders. Ad dress C. L, Journal. ' " - JLOSjrANDOJOND LOST L. M. C. pin, between 10th and 15th St., on Topeka ave. Finder leave same at 1419 Topeka ave. or at room 3S Columbian bldg. LOST A water spaniel male pup: has white legs, also white spot on neck and top of tail. Reward will be paid for re turn to S. Watts, 228 Kansas ave. New and second hand goods bought and sold. TAKEN UP A year-old Shorthorn heifer. Apply to H. Schwartzer, 1 mile north of Soldier creek on Central ave. R. F. D. 4. SjrRAYETJRSTOLEN: STRAYED Dark hay mare, weight about 1.000, small white spot on collar, one hind foot cut. T. C. Klngsley, R- F. D. 24, Auburn, Kan. STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCILS. THE X a DARLING CO 74 Kan. RubDer stamps, brass-and aluminum trad checks. Prices low. Catalog free. T.L XtX JPAJTNG CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK PAVING CO., 118 W. 8th st, Mfgra. of building, paving and sidewalk brick. JDT-HOLSTERnVO W. J. VCriS, upholstering, turnltur packed, shipped: mattresses, couches, etc . made over. 60S Jackson St. Ind. 'phone tit. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER 8 TO HA OB Co. packs, ships and stoma household goods. Tel. 186. Claxanc Skinnar. ail Qulncy st. . i JEWELERS. JAMES B. HATDEN. Jeweler and Optl. clan. Complcta stock of watchaa. dia monds, silverware, etc Eyes axuiain.4 and spectacles properly flttad. COAL DEALERS. SOl'THWESTBRN FilEL CO, Telephone 1J3. " , Northeast Corner 8th and Kansas ava. -All kinds of Coal. Best Quality. Full Weight. Prompt Delivery. 3. W. F. HUGHES, coal dealer. 'Phones 400. Office and yards Sth and Adams. Alt kinds coal: blacksmith coal beat quality. MASSAGE PARLOR. LADIES' beauty parlors, facial massage and shampooing, toilet art'clea. Mra. Annie M. Trapp, 710 Kan. ave., upstairs. Tel. 372. MOVING AND STORING. FOR moving, packtnc and shipping. Ath- erton Bros.. 200 E. Sth sr. Both 'phones 9b r MONET. MONEY TO LOAN on live stock, plane, orpans. typewriters, household goods an personal security. L. Biaone. 621 Kan. av. MACHINE SHOP. LAWN mowers sharpened, 75c; free de livery. Golden Rule, tel 60S. Trade old mowers on new. 603 Kansas ave. PATESrrS. J. A. ROSEN,. Patent Attorney. 418 Kan- , sas ave., Topeka. r FLORISTS. CUT FLOWERS and Aural Assign. at " Hayes'. 107 W. th St. Both 'phonw 177. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. TOPEKA AUTOMOBILE AND CTCLM Co. TL 706. Bicycles and sundries, bl- -cycles and tandems for rent: repairing at all kinds. t U. S. CYCLE CO., 118 E. 8th St. National " Iver-Johnson bicycle. Supplies, repair, t ' UNDERTAKERS. DEMOSS & PEN WELL. Funeral Dlreo--' - tors and Embalmers. First class service reasonable rr ices. 511 Quincy. Both tels XU'L.-l GEO. B. PALMER. MnQertaaer. JE.tab. ' liahed 1871. Prices reasonable. T.L etliu 146. Residence 87. 421 Jackson st. JjLiiRjrmEsrNG SWITCHES, pompadours, all kinds of mil rmtrlr ILfsv '"V 11..1. 0M XT' r w FREE DISPENSARY. TOPEKA FREE DISPENSARY, south. east corner 12th and Tyler sta., from 1 -to 2 p. m.. except Sundays. Conducted by ' regular practicing physicians for tb. benefit of persons without meuni wha need meulcal attention and treatm.nC Pa- - tients are assured of careful and consid erate treatment Mediclna furnished ia most ca.ee. FURNACE WORKS. GEO. E. BETBOLD, furnace) work, tin roofing, guttering, spouting, furnaces a specialty. 931 Kansas ave. Ind. 'phon. 6U. WATCHMAKER. WATCHES cleaned. 75c: clocks, 60c: main springs, 75c; crystals, 10c. Cash paid for old gold or silver. All work guaranteed. Old Jewelry exchanged for new. If bard up. see lncle bam. 612 Kansas ave. PHYSICIANS ANI SURGEONS. DR. EASTMAN, lata supt. state Insane asylum. Mental and nervous diaeass.6ta) Kan. av.. 'Phones 714. Kes. 1270 V. Buren. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 728 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 8 a. za. t 11 a. m. and t p. m. to & p. m. Both phones 16 residence, and Ind. 1314 offlcaw RAILROAD TIME TABLES. TIME TABLE Topeka. Kansas. Ih "Right Road" T. ana f rom ana Bttw.tv OMAHA . DENVER COLORADO 8PGS FORT WORTH . ST. PAUL CHICAGO ST. LOUIS MEMPHIS PEORIA ST. JOSEPH KANSAS CITY MINNEAPOLIS . And Everywhere Beyomj. (Effective June 19, 1904. TRAINS,, LEAVE TOPEKA A FOL- I IJUllJV-Jlll. No. No. No. No. U, Texas Ex. ............ i2;ia , 36. St. Louis & Chicka:Ex....iO;(j6 , 3, California Mex. Ex 11:50 noon 5lL-Colorado Ex 12;65-nrJi "' NORTHBOUND. va 64. St. Joe Ex 7-4. - tt SU Joe & Chicago Ex.. "I 4 2 22 SOUTHBOUND. 31, Chicago Ex H:6 No. No. No. - - - am 8:00 prat No All trains daily. For sleeping reservations, tickets, tim ibles, etc., apply to any Rock Islam icicet Aaent - island i.iii---'. . Ticket Agent. UNION PACIFIC EABTBOONa " " AMrt. No. I limited -.... 8:06 in No. 6, Kansas City local pass...... 6:55 am No. 4, Atlantic express. I:Wpa No. 8r K- C and Sallna express.. t M) pm tvuiuounu. No. 7, K. C. and Salina express. ..11:20 am No. I, Denver and Pae. Coast ltd.13 60 pm No. 6, Junction City local pass.. 6:80 pn No. 1 limited , 8.u Bn Dally except Sunday. All others 413. S CA 9 X HJ v . u. No. 12, Chicago Mail & Ex :3S pm No.14, East Ex & Mail 4:60 a No. 4, El Puso & Chicago Ex 4:uo p No 10. Colorado & K. CT. Flyer.... 7:s 1 NcdA Colorado K.C. Ex ..." ' NO. 36, Chicka. St Lous Ex.... J;C6