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THE TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1905.
9 fPeopIe sending ltem to this department of the 6tate Journal will conter a iavr by giving the (uil first name or two initials, with all proper names. Item" must be accompanied iy the name ana address of tho witter or they catt no be published- Tbe approaching marriage of a for merly of Topeka girl. Miss Josephine Mansfield Colby ot St. Louist is of in terest to many friends here. Invitations to her wedding, which will take place March 29, to Mr. Mason Carker Herron of Ironton. Ohio, have been issued by her mother, Mrs. Mary Houser Colby, E531 Maple avenue, St. Louis. At home after May 1 at Ironton, Ohio. The next meeting of the Monday Whist club will be in two weeks with Mrs. W. T. Crosby. The meeting of the Bohemians which had been set for tonight with Mr. and Mrs. George Eagle has been indefinitely postponed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lagerstrom will entertain a comjnny of friends at pro gressive pitch tonight to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. The Invita tions Include Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doncy ton, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Rigby, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigby, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schlegel, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Morse, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lagerstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lagerstrom, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Furry of Springfield, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. George McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ton Sawin, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Klene, I5r. and Mrs. H. B. Hogeboom, Dr. and Mrs. F. O. Burket, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Willet Clauser, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clauser, Mrs. Harry Williams, Miss Lulu Fordyce. Miss Ned Griffin, Miss Bessie Lagerstrom, Miss Julia Whitmer, Mr. Walter Goodwin, Mr. Walter Smith, Mr. Ernest Robison and Mr. Clarence Burford. Mrs. Carl Erlckson. Mrs. J. M. Pad gett and Mrs. Oscar W. Neil entertained the Monday High Five club yesterday at the house of the former on Topeka avenue. Mrs. A. O. Rosser and Mrs. C. M. Lawrence were substitutes and Mrs. Frank Grimes, Mrs. W. S. Logan, Mrs. C. E. Jordan and Mrs. S. B. Scholle played at s guest 'table. -The-Tru-h-witi I meet next time with Mrs. F. B. Gatchell and Mrs. E. H. Johnson at the former's house, 1315 Tyler street. The president, Mrs. John Clark Harmon, announces an all day session rf the Guild of Grace cathedral at Guild Hall tomorrow. These all day meetings will be regular Wednesday events during Lent. The Guild is preparing for the annual Easter sale. Notes and Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McPherson Mills are the parents of a son, bom. Monday, to whom they have given tho name of Arthur McPherson, Junior. Mrs. Mills was formerly Miss Emma White. Mrs. W. W. WTebb expects to leave in about a week for New York, from where she will sail for Europe to spenr" a number of months. Mr. George L. Ball of St. Loul3 is the guest of his aunt. Mrs. S. E. Shel don, at the Copeland. Miss Nellie Baker will go to Kansas City next week for the grand orera season and will be the guest of Mrs. A. H. Connelly. Mrs. Frank Patterson Is in Kansas City for the day. Mrs. Charles Kleinhans of Grant vine is the guest of Mrs. W. T. Crosby today. Mirs Allabelle Troutman and Miss Berenice Fuller will go to Kansas City for grand opera next week. Mrs. P. A. Eager of Kansas City is the guest of her grandaugher. Miss Nellie Baker. Display of pattern hats at Miss Kahr's tomorrow. The Occidental club is meeting with Miss Lucy Kingman today. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lytle and their daughters Nadine and Una have re turned from a visit to Kansas Citv. Mr. George West, of Manila. Philip pine Islands, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. West. He arrived yes terday. Mr. Ed Kellam and Mr. George Mc Nee, of Cottonwood Falls, who were in town over Sunday, returned today. Mrs. L. W. Willitts, of Kansas Citv, is here called by the illness of her son Winthrop. who has diphtheria at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Mar garet Johnson, 906 Quincy street. Mrs. Willitts and her second son. Frank, who accompanied her are stopping at fcCO Quincy street while Mrs. Johnson's house is in quarantine. Mrs. James Frederick Scott is in Kansas City for a few days. The Women's Home Missionary soci ety of the First M. E. church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. yuuuaiu UJUw lUUtluuu- mt- i , ueauuiui ana pore. The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the very thought of it nils her with apprehension and horror. Ihere is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. This great and wonderful 3 6 remedy is always ' f 7 d Pi appliedexternally,and ,, fJT . f "") 5 has carried thousands LJ U'U ijJJ Li U U KZJ U KJ me trying crisis without suffering, f free book containing informu 3 TO i f" fY" TS Braddelif Rejjulator Co., Atlanta. Ea. " LJ KdJ LJ LJ i, Elisabeth Parker, hostess, 1111 Harrison street. Special display of patterns for Easter at Miss Kahr's, tomorrow. March 22. Mr. and Mis. Charles Barnes expect to leave for their home in Osage City the last of next week. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Dewey heard the Savage English Grand Opera company in Parsifal in Kansas City Saturday. Mrs. J. D. Stuart and her daughter Patty returned Monday from Hot Springs, Ark., where they have been for a few weeks. Mr. C. C. Histed. of Kansas City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Histed and their chil dren at the home of her father, Mr. By ion Roberts. Miss Carolvn tTnderhill was In Kan sas City Saturday to hear the Savage company in Parsifal. Mr. Will Scott, of Osage City, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Evelyn Lewis, Sunday and Monday. Mis. M. J. Mercer Is in Chicago. Mrs. James Moore and Miss Mary B Moore were in Kansas City Monday. Mr. John Clark Harmon is in south ern Kansas on a business trip. Mrs. H. I'. Mudge is expected home from a California trip tomorrow morn ing. Mr. C. B. Merriam is in Independence. Mr. F. R. Jones left today for Chi- Trs. C. C. Staples of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Mrs. B. F. Bennett of Bald win, are guests of Mrs. J. K. Jones. Mr and Mrs. Norman Wear are at their' new address, 1240 Topeka avenue. Mrs. S. A. Scott will entertain the la dies of Central church at her home, 1337 Clay street, Wednesday afternoon. Special display of patterns for Easter at Miss Kahr's, tomorrow, March 22. HIS BODY A SWITCHBOARD. Injured Massachusetts Electrican Has Spinal Bones Wired Together. Great Barrington, Mass., March 21. "I'm on the high road to recovery," said H. Clyde Parfish, an electrician. "I've just succeeded in telegraphing to my toes." While repairing a break on a line he came in contact with a live wire and fell 30 feet, striking on his back. Sur geons found there were fractures of the spine in the region of the dorsal verte brae, with a pronounced downward dis location. In removing a blood clot it was necessary to saw through the four broken bones, turn them aside, remove the clot, return the bones to their places end wire them together, a part of each bone being cut away. For six weeks Parrish lay immovable on a pneumatic mattress. The operation itself was one of the rarest and most delicate known to modern surgical science. TWO FALL FROM A BALLOON. One Aeronaut Is Rilled and Another Has a Wonderful Escape. Wallace, Idaho, March 21. W. A. Mid dlekarf was killed and L. M. Odell seri ously injured internally by falling out of a balloon while giving a double as cension here. Both men were seated in parachutes and when they had ascended 200 feet the lower part of the balloon tore awav. The parachutes failed to open and'both fell among the spectators with terrific force. A young boy was caught by the falling balloon and badly burned. Middlekarf had nearly every bone in his body broken, while Odell had none broken. KEEPS SECRETS TILL DEATH. Woman Whom Court Sent to Prison for Silence "Passes 'Away'. " " Rallston. N. Y., March 21. Miss RebecA Jones, who attained wide notoriety 2o years ago in New York by refusing to answer questions in the surrogate court in the Gordon Hamersley will contest and suffered imprisonment over one year for contempt without yielding, died here to day. She was born here in 1822 and for over 30 vears was the trusted servant of the Gordon Hamersley family. She was called as a witness in the will contest and refused to answer questions regarding the family. The millions went to the widow of Louis Hamersley. afterward Duchess of Marlborough, and now Lady Beresford. Flood Threatens Pittsburg. FUtsburg.Pa., March 21. Another and greater flood threatens this section. For 24 hours heavy rains have been falling all over the country, drained by the Monongahela and its tributaries and re ports received today show that all the streams are rising rapidly. It is also raining heavily up the Allegheny valley and while that river is now receain. continued rain today may check the fail. One Way Rates. Every day from March 1st to May 15th, 1905, the Union Pacific will sell One-way colonist tickets at the follow ing rates, from Missouri River termi anls, Council Bluffs, to Kansas City in clusive: $20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake Citv, $20.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Hel ena. $22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee, Wash. $25.00 to Everett, Fairhaven, What com, "Vancouver and Victoria, via Huntington ana tspoKane. $25.00 to Tacoma and Seattle, via Huntington ana fapokane. $25.00 to Portland and Astoria, or Ashland, Roseburg, Eugene, Albany ana taiem via roruana. $25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles ana &an uiego. Corespondingly low rates to many otner janiornia, uregon, Washington, Montana, cian ana laano points. Through Tourist cars run every day on Union Pacific between Missouri River and Pacific Coats; double berth $5.75. For full information call on or address nearest Union Pacific agent. Colorado and Return. S27.50. Colorado and return every day to April su, iua, inclusive, with final re turn limit June 1, 1905, via Union Pa cific, $27.50 from Topeka. Be sura your ticket reads over the Union Pa cific. Inquire of J. C. Fulton, Depot Aaent; F. A. Lewis. Cltjr Agent. 626 No woman's happl. ness can be complete without children ; it is her nature to lova 1 I v i ifliti and want them LJ Kd - t to love the i . r i 7 At:!) the State Jour nal prints more want advertise ments than any other Topeka newspaper. Al though the cost is about the same the results from these want advertisements aremuch larger; this because the State Journal has more read ers in Topeka than all other "ally newspa pers combined. How to Answer Advertisement. Advertisements signed in care of State Journal, such as "Address A. B. C, care State Journal," or "Address Owner, care State Journal," shculd bfc answered to writing only. "Write your answer ana mail it care State Journal or leave it at the Stato Journal ofice. Do not ask the clerks in the State Journal office to give you the name of the advertiser; they can not give this information. Advs. Xot Accepted Over Phone. The Stata Journal does not accept want advertisements over th telephone nor does it make charge accounts ol them. The most satisfactory plan is to bring your want advertisement to tna State Journal office. If you can not no this, call the Western Union telegrapn oiTice. either phone oi. and tell them that you have an advertisement for the State Journal. They will send an A. D boy to your house. Tou pay the boy tor the advertisement, the State Journal Pays for his services in bringing it down town. Cost of classified advertisements is 5c per line. Six ordinary words uiaka ona line. WANTD SrrnATlONSj WANTED By middle aged lady, position housekeeper and experienced nurse, set tled reliable woman, expet good wages. L. M., Journal. WANTED Light work or chores for board. Adress Mr. H., care Journal. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up If. M. C. A. telephone 111. We have a list of men and confidential ref erences concerning them. T. M. C A. Employment bureau, 117 E. Sth at. WANTED Arm waiters; must be experi enced. Cremerie restaurant. WANTED Boy at B. F. Abmeyer & Co., 720 Kansas ave. WANTED 1 laborers in city. $1.50, 5 out-, $1.75; 4 house carpenters. American Em ployment Co., btn ana Kansas ave. WANTED A first class grocery order man, must have an established route and trade, good wapes. to right man. Dibble Grocery Co., south side store. WANTED A boy about 15 years old to work in a country store, easy work and a fine opportunity for a young fellow to learn the country store business. Address Store, care Journal. WANTED Solicitors, $12 to $25 week on a 10c per week proposition, 5 to 10 orders per day does it. See Shattuck, 923 Kan sas ave., from 4 to 8 p. m. WANTED Good natured, willing, farm . hand, good wages, steady employment, good home for right kind of man. Box 23, Volland, Kan. WANTED Installment collector for mer chandise accounts: good salary and ex penses. Address Globe Co., 723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED Men to learn barber trade; few weeks completes: positions guaran teed; prepare now for busy season; more calls for help than can be supplied; easy work, big pay. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber college, St. Louis, Mo. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED White girl for general house work. Mrs. A. Zahner, 1121 Topeka ave. WANTED Woman for house work. Call mornings. References. 621 Topeka ave. WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply at 913 Polk St. Bishop Millspaugh. WANTED Elderly lady to care for baby, prefer one living close in. S. C, Jour nal. WANTED A young lady to do bookkeep ing work, must be experienced; give ref erences and salary wanted. Address No. 600, Journal. WANTED 2 ladies for special work in city and on the road, good proposition, netting $8 to $16 per week. See Shattuck, 923 Kansas ave., from 4 to 8 p. m. WANTED Woman for general housework in small familv, small house, light work. Call 1016 Monroe St. WANTED Ladies' second hand wheel; reasonable; call after 3 o'clock. Ind. tel. 139s 4. WANTED 2 bright women for special work in city and on the road. See Shat tuck, 923 Kansas ave. Call Saturday p. m. WANTED A good white girl for general housework, no washing, small family. 919 Fillmore st. WANTED At once, white girl for gener al housework. 414 W. 10th st. WANTED MISCELLAJTEOTS. WANTED A purchaser for a choice W. 10th St., corner, lot; prominent open view in front. Address Open View, Journal. WANTED Cisterns to clean and repair. R. C. Squier. 'Phone 3351. 323 E. Sth st. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows at Porter's 412 E. 4th. Ind. tel. 363. WANTED Veal calves, lambs and mut ton, fancy price paid for fancy stock. Wm. Green & Sons. GENTLEMEN'S cast off clothing and shoes, highest prices paid. M. Manson, 425 Kan. ave. Drop postal and I will call. WANTED To buy from the owner mod ern house of 6, 7 or 8 rooms; will pay $500 cash, balance monthly paymonts;must be cheap. Address, giving location. Resi dence, Journal. - ' Instructions for answering this Kind of an advertisement will be found at the head of the Want column. PAYS TO EASE CONSCIENCE. Woman After Tldrty Years Gives Old Employer Price of Stolen Article. Kokomo. In, March 21. Conscience- stricken for 30 years, a fashionably at tired woman called at the home of Mrs. William B. Cooper of this city and, after stating that she was a resident of Mar ion, Ind., now married, but formerly Mrs. Cooper's domestic, handed Mrs. Cooper $5 in payment for articles taken while in her employ. The woman said the act, the single wrong of its kind in her life, had troubled her all these years. She could not be hap py until she had canceled the obligation. She left Mrs. Cooper's house in a very happy frame of mind. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To clip hoises b: electricity. Arthur Massey, 113 W. 5th Ei BUSINESS CHANCES. IF YOU have $50 or $100 and wish to in vest in a first class business that will bring good returns from the start and will bear the closest inspection, address E., care Journal. FOR SALE OR RENT Blacksmith shop. Including tools and stock, fine location, no competition, fine place for good black smith. Box 23, Volland, Kan. IF TOU are looking for a nice clean busi ness that will net you from $200 to $300 monthly in Topeka, call 527 Monroe St. Or portunity of a lifetime; men or women; no curiosity seekers wanted. FOR SALE Barber shop at Shorey. Call afternoons. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT 6 room house, gas and bath. Inquire 404 Clay st. FOR KENT 6 room house 411 E. 7th st. Inquire Elder, 910 Monroe st. FOR RENT 6 room house, barn, at 815 Monroe, no children. S27 Madison. FOR RENT 7 room house 913 W. 6th St., cistern, city water, barn. 'Phone 16. FOR RENT 9 room house, convenient for roomers, boarders or private family; will rent for one year or more. 622 Van Buren. FOR RENT 5 unfurnished rooms, mod ern, 313 E. 11th St., $12. Call 520 Jefferson. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished front room suit able for two. 205 Tyler St. FOR RENT Pleasant furnished rooms 614 Jefferson st. FOR RENT S unfurnished upstairs rooms housekeeping, no children, 813 Tyler st. Ind. tel. S09 4. FOR RENT Large' furnished rooms with aicove, near state nouse. ws w. lotn st. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms Heht housekeeping, city and cistern water, 2 nice lurnisnea rooms. 44 van uuren st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light Housekeeping, sub Aaams st. FOR RENT Hall room for lodges, socie ties and unions. Exchange Hall, 119 w est bin st. FOR RENT Furnished room for gentle man 627 Taylor st. Dr. Hogaboom. FOR RENT 4 unfurnished rooms light housekeeping. t10 w. su St. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms for gentlemen: every moaern convenience. sis yuincy st. FOR RENT Nice furnished front room. modern. 921 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room in modern house. All conveniences. 714 West oth st. FOR RENT Room and good family board lor two. 30b Harrison St. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FARMS FOR RENT. 219 ACRES on 10th St.. 1 miles west ot city limits, gooa. buildings, tame grass pasture, orchard, alfalfa, etc. This is a No. 1 dairy farm. C, P. BOLMAR, 423 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT 22 acre farm and 4 room house north of Garfield park. Call at 427 Fillmore st. ' ' 40 acres, E room house, good bam, fine 25 acres, .4 joom house, good barn. 22 acres, 3 room house, some orchard, lair 11. 40 acres 7 miles northwest N. Topeka living water. ' H. M. STEELE. 602 North Kansas Ave. FOR BALE REAiESTATE FOR SALE Lots Johnson Place addition. W. Sth. M. Heery. TeU 1Z3&. SOME CHANCES. A fine modern home facing the Holliday park, must be sold within a week; owner moving away; small payment down; easy terms. A snap. Apply at once to secure it. BARNES REAL ESTATE CO., 121 West Fifth St. FOR SALE Small cottage at 616 Fillmore si., inquire etL iiuusc FOR SALE Good 5 room cottage. Inquire at 407 Polk St. - FOR SALE 5 room house, 2 lots. Inquire on premises 506 E. Locust st. FOR SALE. GENUINE BARGAIN. 1 lots on Quincy st., 8 room house.mod- ern except heat, large cear, gooa Darn, all in fine condition, paving all paid, in call district. For quick sale very low price. Bee me. R. A. RICHARDS, 111 West Sixth Ave. Z. T. FISHER. : 4 lots on Quincy St. Make me an offer, 5 room house on Quincy, for quick sale, S9O0. on navmpnts. A business house with living rooms up stairs, cheap. Do v-ou want a ramfeetionarv store? A new house near 10th St., on .est side. only $2,000. 5 room house on Quincy, $1,400. 5 room house on Jefferson, $1,000. 3 room house on Jefferson, ?froO. 6 room house on Sth ave., $2.40. 7 room house on Tyler, $2,700. 7 loom house on Polk. Want an offer. Some nice rooms to rent. For bargains see FISHER, 418 KANSAS AVE. Bell Tel. 609. FOR SALE House $475; a bargain; near pavement. Call 1039 Lawrence st. 4 ACRES. 6 room house, small barn. North Kan sas avenue, finest garden land in county. Small cash payment. Would trade for city property. SHAWNEE AGENCY, Tel. 505. 534 Kansas Ave. nnil SAT.E Mv house 216 Van Buren st 1H lots, 4 rooms, hard wood finish, sink in kitchen, filtered cistern. - Aiex vogei. OUT WEST SIXTH. No. 1116, an 8 room house with bath, barn, and two lots, a good substantial home for the money. This can be sold cheap, immediate possession given. Owner says sell. SHAWNEE AGENCY, Tel, 505. 53 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE 6 room house. 1H lots, all in good condition, at a bargain. R. S. Ma gee, 634 Kansas ave. SOME SPECIALS. Maple Grove addition near Shorey, rooms, barn, 2 lots, $300; small amount of cash will handle. , Twr a rnnm hniisM in North Topeka, cheap, and small amount of cash will han dle to right party. ,,., SHAWNEE AGENCY, Tel. 505. 634 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE Ten acres west side, close in. Small cash payment, balance monthly. Frank J. Brown, 17 Columbian - FOR SALE 9 room house and 4 lots, at Lane and 5th sts., great bargain at $3, 200; only $650 cash needed. Geo. M No ble & Co., both phones 444. 435 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Several small houses, $50 to $100 cash, balance like rent. F. J. Brown, 17 Columbian bldg. FOR SALE 6 room house, 1V4 lots, at 119 Quincy St., Topeka, cheap. Address Mrs. T. E. Kelly, 9S4 New Jersey St., Lawrence, Kan. FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs, $2 for 15; $3 for 30. J. H. Corbin, 17 Franklin ave. Also 3 incubators. FOR SALE A Singer sewing machine, cheap. 1217 Quincy st. FOR SALE Typewriter, Jewett No. 2, $40. Geo. W. Stansfield, 632 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Cheap, $30 crown mandolin, almost new, at 12A Chandler st. FOR SALE Show cases and counters. Flad's drug store, 607 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good cow, giving 14 quarts a day. 6C3 E. 8th St. FOR SALE Stove wood. Wm- Shlck, 120 138 Jacks nn st. FOR SALE Good couch, cheap. Call mornings. 1261 Tyler st. FOR SALE New National cash register, cash or time payments, good reduction. Morrison's jewelry store, 108 E. 6th st. FOR SALE Good couch, cheap. Call mornings at 1261 Tyler st. FOR SALE Good top buggy. 518 Madi son st. FOR SALE Roosters, cheap, some Lang shang. 918 E. 10th st. FOR SALE Elegant sideboard, 2 good bed room sets, rocking chairs, new Wheeler and Wilson sewing machine, 8- piece china chamber set, 1 fine Estella music box, 1 set (10 vols.) Chamber's Encyclopedia, al most new, cooking utensils, cheap, leaving city. N. F. Conkle, 1016 N. Quincy st. FOR SALE Heifer calf 1311 West St. FOR SALE Cheap, a good horse. Call af ter 6 p. m. at 1718 Fillmore St. J. R. Magee. FOR SALE Small barber shop at 421 E. 1st St. FOR SALE New wide tire wagon.cheap. 805 N. Van Buren st. FOR SALE At bargain, household goods, leaving city. Inquire 1021 E. 6th st. FOR SALE 1 good 2d hand organ, also new and secona nana pianos, bus ja. 10th st. FOR SALE OR TRADE For phaeton, a rubber tired runabout with top on, 1316 Western ave. ' , FIELD seeds, clover, timothy, blue grass and all field seeds to sell; will buy some more cane, kaffir and German millet seed, D. O. Coe, 119 E. 6th St., Topeka. FOR SALE A good barn, large enough for a five roomed house. 619 Taylor. FOR SALE Good work mule, also 6 room house and 1 lot on Chandler st. Call at 300 Lawrence. THE Toneka Barrel and Box Mfg. Co. oor. 6th and Santa Fe tracks. Ind. 'phone 1387, has wood to sell from Zac a load up. FOR SALE First class milk cow. In quire 1634 College ave. BANK STATEMENTS. (First published in the Topeka State Jour nal-'MaTroh 18, 1905.) ! ' ' REPORT OS? THE" CONDITION of the CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK of Topeka, Kan., at the close of business March 14. 1905, as called for by he comp troller of the currency: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $ 738,344.12 Overdrafts 496.13 XT. fi. bonds to secure circula tion 250,000.00 TT S bonds to secure U. S. de posits .' 63,000.00 Premium on U. S. bonds 13,700.00 Stocks, bonds and securities.. 76.808.18 Furniture and fixtures 2,500.00 Real estate 13,200.00 Due from other na tional banks .$ 41,241.72 Due from approved re serve agents 574,671.38 Checks and other cash items ........... 7,737.03 Exchange for clearing house 21,337.45 Bills of other national banks 93,822.00 Nickels and cents 1S8.46 Snerie- told and silver 92,731.00 Igal tender notes.... 20.0u0.00 $ 851,729.04 Rede.mDtion fund with u. B. treasurer 12,500.00 Total '- $2,022,276.47 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 250,000.00 Surplus fund 50,000.00 Undivided pronts.less expenses and taxes paid 5.736.46 National bank notes outstand ing 250,000.00 Due to other national banks $ 13.021.52 Due to state banks .. 28.285.40 Due to savings banks 11,501.78 Individual deposits, subject to check 1.167.6S5.04 Demand certificates of deposit 170,150.79 Certified checks ..... 147.90 Cashier's checks out 12,747.59 U. S. deposits 63,000.00 1,466,540.01 Total t $2,022,276.47 State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss. : I, Edwin Knowles, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. EDWIN KNOWLES, Cashier. LOST AND FOUND. LOST Silver watch, black fob. Finder nlease leave at Fifth Avenue hotel and receive reward. LOST Sunday, in or near First M. E. Vii,W rMsni'l Htirlr rtin with mall dia mond set. Reward for return to 1021 Fill more st. LOST Packetbook containing about $12, between Kansas ave. and Polk on 6th. Return 222 Polk and receive reward. Via a. Estelle Bush. MISCEMjANEJJCS GRADING work to let on U. P. second track 3 miles east of Lawrence. Apply on work. E. H. Haynes. W. A. CASTO, piano tuner, has moved from 1107 W. 8th st. to 1128 Kansas ave. Parties wishing first class tuning done call Ind. tel. 3224. USE the "Silver Leaf" brand pickles, vin egar, mince meat, etc. Otto Kuehna Preserving Co., 'phone 300. CARPET CLEANING. J F. FETRIK & SONS, upholsterers, new "carpet cleaning works, carpets cleaned and scoured, refit, sewed and laid. 928-930 Kansas ave. fnones: ina. im; tseii ei-a. y. F. Petrik, sr., C. V. Petrik, J. sr. i-etrik,jr. WE CLEAN, scour, refit, sew, size and jay your carpeta in hl wui vmti tanner. The McCormick Carpet Cleaning Works. 522 Van Buren st. Phones 421. HAIR DRESSINO. SWITCHES, pompadours, aJB kinds ol MR HI MORTGAGE COMPANY Capital, -Surplus, - We loan money on real estate at lowest rates- Pre-payment option No delay in furnishing money. ROPJOALS. . NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the council of administration of the grand lodge, A. F. and A. M, of Kansas, at the city of Topeka, until 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, April 4, linio, for the letting of the contract for the general offices and library for the grand lodge, to be located at Topeka, Kan. Plans for the building may be seen at the office ot the grand secretary, A. K. Wilson, room 12, Real Estate building.cor ner Seventh and Jackson sts., at Topeka, Kan. Each separate proposal must be accom panied by a check to be certified by the president or cashier of the bank upon which it is drawn, for a sum not loss than 2Vi per cent of the bid, made payable to Henry F. Mason, secretary of the coun cil, and to be forfeited to them for dam ages sustained in case the bidder, within five days, fails to enter into contract for the work bid upon and to give a satisfac tory surety bond for the faithful perform ance of the contract in case award is made to him. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids are to be sealed and addressed to Samuel R. Peters grand master. In care of A. K. Wilson, grand secretary A. F. and A. M at Topeka, Kansas, and must be plainly marked on the outside "Pro posal for the general offices of the Grand Lodge of A. F. and A. M." SAMUEL R. PETERS. Grand Master. A. K. WILSON, Grand Secretary. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Our ap plication for a permit to sell intoxicat ing liquors, according to law, at 803 Kan. ss ave.. in the Third ward of the city of Topeka, is now on file m the uffice ot tne proDate luae or tnawnee coonty, Kansas. The he.-n-in of the same is set for Wednesday, at 9 o'clock a. m., April 5. 1905. KEENE & KNOWLTON. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap plication for a permit to sell Intoxicat ing liquors, according to law, at 115 Kan sas ave., in the Fourth ward of the city of Topeka, is now on file in the office of the probate judge of Shawnee county, Kansas. The hearing of the same is set for Thursday at S o'clock a. m.. March 23. 1905. A. H. MARSHALL. ELEVATORS. FLOUR MILLS. ETC CROSBY ROLLER MILLING CO., man ufacturers of hard wheat flour. 'PHONE 224. MANUFACTURERS. E. G. KINLEY, Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of vehicles. See us about that delivery wagon, lis w. iitu st. GEO. E. SEYBOLD, furnace work, tin roofing, guttering, spouting, furnaces a specialty. 931 Kansas ave. Ind. 'phone SIX WALL PAPER. GO to G. A. Wood for that wall paper and painting. t32 Kansas ave. iei. onoa. MONET. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Monthly, Quarterly, Seml-Annual or An nual Payments, or Straight Five Years with Privilege of Payments. STATE SAVINGS BANK, 620 KANSAS AVE. MONEY TO LOAN- on live stock, pianos, organs, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoeu. 523 Kan. av. DO YOU NEED MONEY? I will loan it to you on your valuables on long time, 30 days to a year. Any amount from $1.00 to $1,000. You'll not lose your valuables if you leave them with me. SAM FEIDBERG, 513 KANSAS AVE. I pay cash for old gold and silver. AUCTIONEERS. MY OFFICE is 200 E. 5th st. 'Phones 998. Call or 'phone. Off ice hours 10 to 12; 2 to 4. Plain John Ashbaugh. FREE DISPENSARY. TOPEKA FREE DISPENSARY, south east corner 12th and Tyler sts., from 1 to 2 p. m., except Sundays. Conducted by regular practicing physiciafta for the benefit of persons without raeans who need medical attention and treatment Pa tients are assured of careful. and consid erate treatment. Medicine furnished in most cases. UNDERTAKERS. DEMOSS & PENWELL. Funeral Direc- . ,-1 i7mk.lm.pa ITS ruf f I u a ..nn. reasonable prices.oil Qulncy.Both tela GEO. B. PALMER, undertaker. Estab lished 1871. Prices reasonable. Tel. office 146. Residence 87. 621 Jackson St. RUG FACTORY. nON'T THROW AWAY that old carpet but send it to us; we will make you a fine rug from it. Write for booklet or phone 421. The McCormick Rug factory, 522 Van Buren st. BARBERJSJHOP D. G. JOHNSON, shave 10c, hair cut, shampoo, massage 15c, work guaranteed. Under Exchange Grocery, corner th and Quincy. OOAI. nr.4T.ERS. SOUTHWESTERN FUEL CO.. xeiepnone xao. Northeast Corner 8th and Kan. Are. All kinds cf Coal. Best Quality. Full Weight, Prompt Delivery. - $150,000 - $70,000 STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & 8TORAGF! Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner. 611 Quincy si. WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHL1N HAHUWARB CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 7ui K. au ra b ave. Tel. & JFOjUNTiRIES MIDLAND Stove foundry, castings, iron, brass, aluminum, patterns, models, ma chine work. Ind. 'phone 1390. 215 VV. 1st St. FURNITURE PACKERS. CAPITOL UPHOLSTERING CO.. 18 years experience in Topeka, prices reasonable, best of references. 12S W. Jth. Ind. 1SU5. CL A 1 UV 0NT MEDIUM mind reader, tells you what you are most anxious to know, locates treas ures, reveals deep hidden secrets. Mrs. Thompson, 117 W. 10th. Bell 6181 black. TRANCE AND TRUMPET MEDIUM. Seances Tues. and Thurs eve., Sunday af ternoon. Readings 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mrs. Inez Wagner, 220 W. 6th. Ind. 83. 1 FLORISTS. HOME GP.OWN CUT FLOWERS, bed ding phu. s, floral designs, at Hayes', W7 W. 8th s.. Tel. 377. j. C. RODil.N, blooming plants.cut flow ers, palmi:, designs, decorations. 113 W. Sth. Phone XI. Greenhouse 12th and Man. ATTOK Erj-AT-LAW T. D. HUMPHBt 'S, lawyer. 621 Kansas ave.. Ind. 'pm ri '.012. Real estate tltlne a specialty. Cc iVrtlons. Practice in oil state and federi l ' ourtj. MASS AG L PARLOR LADIES' beauty p&r .-a, facial maasKce and shampooing, 'i?t articles. Mr. Annie M. Trapp, 710 E n. ave., upstairs. Tel. 872. STAMPS. SEALS A V STENCILS. THE J. C. DARLING CO?; 734 Kan. ave. Rubber stamps, brass and a '.mlnum trade checks. Prices low. Catalog free. Tel. to. JPATEirrSL J. A. ROdEN, Patent Attorney, 413 Kan sas ave., Topeka. PHYSICIANS an: SURREOV PR EASTMAN, iate supt. state insane asylum. Mental, and nervous diseases. 6ie Kan. av. 'Phones 214. Res. U70 V. Uureu, IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 720 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Hot a 'phones 16 residence, and Ind. 1316 office. JPAVTNa CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK A PAVING CO., 118 W. 8th st. Mfgrs. ot building, paving and sidewalk brick. BICTCLES AND REPAIRING. TOPEKA AUTOMOBILE AND CYCLE Co. Tel. 706. Bicycles and sundries, bi cycles and tandems for rent; repairing of all kinds. U. a CYCLE CO., 118 E. Sth st. National & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repair. UP H O LSTER IN O. RECAKING, repairing, upholstering. Ind. 'phone 114S 4. Chairs caliea lor. w. Whittier, 1329 Tyler tt. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. TIME TABLE Topeka, Kansas "Bight Road" T and Froi en Betweee OMAHA DENVER COLORADO SPGS FORT WORTH ST. PAUL CHICAGO ST. LOUIS MEMPHIS PEORIA S'P K IfiEPH KANSAS CITY MINNEAPOLIS Ana Everywhere Beyond. Time Table Effective Dec 25, 1904 All Trains DuUy. EASTBOUND. Leaves. No. ljexas Ex 53'S" JSSiorado-K. C. Flyer I. f" S e Colorado-is- C. Ex. S:20 p n :lprn ! i?i?t Worth-Chicago Ex 3.35 Dm iiZcolden State limited 6: No! Chickas.hH:. C.. tg. JSS ir C.-Texaa Ex , I,,' ?5Zt. Louts-California Ea.. No. C -Chickasna K S' !?IIolden State limited ?tcU cago-Ft. Worth Ex.... NO- e.-Colorado Ex SZcolorado Flyer NO. -l-"lu NORTHBOUND. t ci Topeka-St. Joe Ex S' ItlTopeka-St. Joe Jix No. S2 lope fc,ROM sr.JOE. .ist. Joe-Topeka Ex No- ;rS. ine-Tooeka Kx 12:10 am .. 1:00 an ..10:06 an, ..12:45 pro .. l;2o prn .. IfWpm e.dtU pm leaves. .. 7:48 am . S:40 pm Arrives. ..12:45 pq 8:05 pra No. QJ ' UNION PACIFIC. EASTbOL'A'b. Arrive. 7 .fj MISSOURI PACIFIC. fetish t tltri h- tMCIw. C. local passenger...." I'm 7 So ItH-Atlantic I Express 2:60 pm S 1-K. C-L3TlS?UNb: No 107 K. C-Salina Ex. .... .10:45 an, No 103 Denver-Pac. Coast limitedl2:50 pm jje" junction City local pass.. i:Zo prn No! lol Limited .... ;uy pnt 'Daily except Sunday. All others daily. SOUilltiUUWU Leave. No. S15 Freight 7:TOam No. 23 Passenger 9:30 am NORTHBOUND. Arrive. No. 22 Passenger ..4:35 prrj 3NO. S14 Freight S.sOeiS Lux Bros., dentists. lad. Tel. 11.