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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL. MONDAY NIGHT.
9 I FOR THE CHILDREN Vhen-"tTr. p'y. sht. Alonov comes Luncheon THE GREAT TURKEY THEFT. A Story of a Mean Deed That Was Its Own Reward. Noah Wamskittle was a mean man; one of those mean people who hate to see others prosperous, even though it does not interfere with them at all. He lived in Sandtown and raised turkeys, like everybody else. He earned a lot of money, because he fat tened his turkeys well. It was his only generous deed, for he begrudged even the food that he gave himself, and as for others! Well, Deacon Van dertassel once said that Noah Wams kittle was so mean that he would walk three miles to borrow a match rather than to use one of his own to light his fire in the morning. Noah Wamskittle did not like Dea con Vandertassel at all, and he liked him even less after he heard this. When November came and he saw that the good deacon's turkeys were as fat and big as his own, he became so jealous and spiteful that he felt bad all over, lfke a man with a severe cold In the head. "I See It All," He Now, of course, the deacon's success could not possibly hurt Noah, because his own turkeys were excellent and there was so much demand for them that he was sure to get a big price. But all the same, whenever he went by the deacon's place and saw the great flock of more than three hun dred beautiful birds, he got so angry that he quite forgot that he had more than four hundred himself. So ten days before Thanksgiving Day, he went to a poor man in Sand town and said to him: "You know that we will all have to ship our turkeys tomorrow. Now you have only fifty and if you do not get a good price for them you will be hard pressed for money this winter. Well. I know a way to make the prices high er for you. If you will go to Deacon Vandertassel's place with me tonight we can cut holes into his turkev houses and let all his birds fly into the woods. He will be quite unable to catch them again in time for shipment and the people in the city will be glad to pay you high prices for yours." The poor man, whose name was Bill Leggo, made believe to agree with th mean man. But really he did not agree with him at all, for he came of poor but honest parents, and was very much like them himself. So he de vised a cunning plan. That night he went to Noah's h and said to him: "Let us go to do this deed. But we will have to go into the woods just behind your house and work around through them for several miles, so as to approach the deacon's place through the underbrush in the back. It would never do for us to be seen." "That is a good idea," said Noah. 'But I do not know the way through the woods." "I will guide vou," said the poor but honest Bill. "I fear, however, that you will find it rough going, for we cannot dare to carry a lantern." He took hold of Noah'B arm and off they went, up and down and in and out, through thick and thin and thorn and swamp, this way and that way, twisting and turning, tffl Noah was nearly dead and only his great mean ness kept him going. At last, scratched and bruised and full of mud, weary and suffering, he fell into a deep mudhole, which strangely enough, had been avoided cleverly by poor but honest Bill. "Never mind." whispered Bill, help ing him up. "we have arrived." Noah looked through the under brush, but he could see nothing ex cept a black mass of something in the darkness. "Those are the barns," said Bill. Here, take this saw and saw holes Into the walls there and I will creep around the other way and scare the turkeys so they will come out." Noah, madder and meaner than ever, worked hard and sawed big holes, out of which the turkeys scut tled. Then, as Bill scared them up off they fiw into the woods until the whole big flock had vanished. As soon as the last one had gone poor but honest Bill seized Noah ar,A said: "We must hurry back and we must go tne same way we come," "Oh. dear, oh dear." eroanerl Mnah But he followed, and once more he or wants "to stop wuH was dragged through mud holes and creeks and over stumps and rocks un til his shins and nose were skinned and every part of him was sore. Strangely enough. Bill did not seem to hurt himself much, if at all. At last they emerged on a road and in a few moments they were at Noah's front gate and' the mean man hurried to bed. - The next morning he could hardly get up, because he was so sore. But he crawled out to feed his turkeys. When he got to the barnyard, his heart nearly stood still. There was not a single, solitary turkey in the place. He stood with his mouth open, won dering. Then, slowly, a terrible sus picion entered his mind. He limped as fast as he could to the back, and, sure enough, there he found great holes in the walls of the houses. "I see it all," he moaned, sitting right down in the mud. "That villain took me through the woods and back to my own turkey houses.'1 . He was quite right. When poor but honest Bill went by the house, carting his fifty turkeys to the town, Noah Wamskittle shook his Moaned. fist out of the window, but Bill Leggo only laughed, and so did everybody else in Sandtown when they heard of it. THE BOY KING OP JUDA. A Story of the Days Before the Christ. It was in the days when Palestine was divided into several separate king doms, nearly nine hundred years be fore the birth of Christ. Ahaziah, the king of Juda. had gone to the wars, leaving his six sons in charge of his mother, the gloomy and fierce Athalia. Those were anxious days in Jerusa lem, for no one knew how the war might end, and in the royal palace the children Would have had little care had t not been for their aunt, the wife of the high priest, who was a mother to tnem as far as she could be. The elder boys were intensely afraid of their gloomy old grandmother and always hurried away when she came upon them at play and stood regarding mem wnn ner keen eyes. The youngest son, Joash, was only a Athalia was furious, and IT year old and the especial pet of his aunt. The elder boys used to walk on the city walls and wonder when their father would return. Often they told each other how they would rush to meet him when they saw his standards returning in triumph through the Damascus gate, and then they spoke In whispers when they mentioned their grim grandmother. One day there came a courier, cov ered with dust and weary with hard riding. He demanded to be taken at once into the presence of Athalia, the grandmother, who was governing the country while her son was away to the wars. Anxiously the boys stood outside the door of the audience chamber while the courier was telling his story to Queen Athalia. It was news from the army and their father, they knew but was it good or bad ? The news brought by the courier was that King Ahaziah had been killed and that all of Athalia's own family had been slain. Now, she was born a princess of the House of Ahab, but her husband and his descendants represented the royal house of David, and that house was hated by the fierce queen. When she heard that her son the king and also her own relatives were dead, she rushed from the room and declared that the line of David should be ex terminated and that she, Athalia, would rule over Juda. Calling ruffians whom she had in her pay, she ordered them to kill all the princes while she gathered her troops about her and proclaimed her self ruler of Juda. The princes had fled when they saw their grandmother come forth in fury from her talk with the courier, but the assassins hunted them out and killed them in the recesses of the royal pal ace all except the baby Joash. Him they could not find, but they did not dare to tell Athalia so, for she would have put them to death if she had any idea they had not killed all of the princes of the house of David. It happened that Joash's aunt was with the child in the nursery when she heard a great tumult in the palace and a servant came rushing in and told her that the princes were being murdered. Snatching the baby, the good woman concealed it until she could carry It to a lumber room in the temple. Athalia, thinking that all her grand children were dead, reigned for six years over Juda and tried to establish idol worship instead of the worship of Jehovah. She let the temple go to ruin and was rapidly heathenizing Juda, where she made the worship of Baal the fashion. Meantime in the lumber room of the temple, his aunt had fitted up a place for Joash, and he grew in body and mind until, when he was seven years old. he was as far advanced as "most boys at twice that age. Seeing what a bright boy he was, his aunt's husband, the high priest, considered that the time had come for him to take his plaoe as king. So he gathered together all the soldiers uport whom he could rely, and told them that Joash was still alive. Then he asked them if they would help to place him on the throne of his father. A strong force of loyal soldiers was posted inside the temple, and at the gates, and with great pomp and ceremony Joash was brought forth and crowned king of Juda. Near him when he stood forth, young and strong and beautiful, was a chosen band bearing, the sacred, arms taken from the armory of David.- -The trumpets sounded and the soldiers and priests shouted. "Long live the king!" Just then Athalia. hearing the noise. forced her way into the temnle ani saw Joash standing there with the crown on nis head. Athalia was furi ous and began shouting "treason!" Then she rushed forth to gather her partisans, and in the tumult which en sued she was killed. But the people all shouted for joy and clasped their hands when the heard that Joash was alive and a king of David's lfhe sat once more on the throne. The boy. young as he was. made a good king and did much fo- his peo ple. He restored the temple and put down the idol worship which his grandmother had established in Jeru salem. As a boy king and as a young man he was one of the best and wisest kings Juda had. It was a great change from the lumber room of the temple to the royal palace of the kings of Juda, but Joash had been carefully trainea and bore his new honors meekly. But sad to say in his latter days he fell awav from the true faith, began sacrificing to Baal and brought trouble to his people and destruction upon himself. Are You Interested in a Past Growing Country? The Chicago & Northwestern Rail way company will furnish reliable in formation regarding many desirable locations in the west and northwest on its lines for industrial establishments. Hotels, banks, stores, produce buyers, lumber dealers, brick yards and other excellent business opportunities. Full information regarding cheap lands In this fertile territory. All the particulars desired by prospective set tlers are promptly furnished upon ap plication to agents of the Northwest ern Line, or to W. B. Kniskern, Pas 6engener Traffic Manager, Chicago. began shouting "Treason!'' FREE ME 3 SENSES FOR WANTS WANTS AND MISCELLAI ADS. ...... l ntr- rial prints mors Wdlli - ments than any other Tope newspaper. thougr. the co Is aTjout the same the results from these want advertisement., are much r?! this because tne . . . . .. iArn31 hfcs nora rentiers Id Topeka than al) otnei daily newspapers comoineu. How to Answer Advertisement. Advertisements signed care of State Jourr.n). such as "Address A. B, C. care State Journal." or "Address Owner, care Staft . Journal." should, be. answered JJ writing cnlr. Write your answer ana ma .i cae State Journal or leave the State Journal office. Do not as til" clerks in the State Journal office to rou the name of the advertiser: they can not give this information. Adve. Not Accepted Over Plwne. Tbe State Journal does not accept want advertisements over the telephone nor does it make charge accounts ci them. Tbe most satisfactory plan is to bring your want sdvertlsemwits to tne 8tate Journal office. If you cao not ao this, call the Western Union telegraph office, either 'phone 51. and tell them that you hav an advertisement for the Sir t Journal. They will send an A. D. T. boy to your house. You pay tbe boy for tne advertisement, the Slate Journal pays tor his services !n bringing it down town.- cost of classified advertisements is Be per line Six oro.nar words make one lin. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. JONATHAN D. NORTON IS A CAN Di late for sheriff of Shawnee county, sub ject to the Republican primaries. V. G. Snook and wife to M. J. Snook, lots 110 to ISO, inclusive, w.r ov- lrlin?tnn Htnehts ad dltion ......... i 860 W. Pears and wlte to l. Ausun, iois q.i oil or,! ftiS AH:ims st.. Pierce's addition , The Orchard Place Lot (Jo. to P. a. drimoa Int. In Orchard Place tld- dition and Douthitt Place addition 4,075 S. S. Ott and wile to M. J. anooK, V- interest in lots 73 to 113, inclu sive, Ward ave., ' Arlington Heights addition 210 J. D. Knoxand wife to H. E. Bau mer, partTof thb souifcwest Y and .,.. r.P th onnthpasl . of section 2fi. tnwnshin 11. ranse.,15 3,000 E. E. Davis and wife r J. Schlegel, ...I u. nf lot Ififi fisn- ave. west. Home's addition J." 350 Geo. Hamaker and -tfife to S. P. Frost. '3300, 2302 and 2304 Bu ViiinnTi &t Qiiinton 4l Steele's ad dition .. 1.200 M. E. Martin to F. H. Chayer part nf fi rrtnnt i JHf section 15. townshin 10 range 15.:. 2,500 M. Marshall to C. B. Harrison, lots 273 and C75 Wlnfieldt : ao. e.. J. W." -Morris addition - "V Ex Farm Co. to E. T. Wojre. lots 461. 463. 465, 4CT. 469 and 47T Brooks -ave., J. W. Norton s .addition. v, 300 G. Flshrr and wife to A H. Klmge, lots J02. 104. 106 and 106 Leland St., Veale's addition 1.050 H. G Wilson and wife to A. T. Watts, lot 163 and south lot 165 Emmett st., Heery's subdivision 1,200 M. Nichols and wife to P. Ulrlch, lots "1 23 and 25. Crane's addition.. 1,500 W. Sells -and wife to W. A. Fowler and F J Ross, lots 13, 15 and 17 Kansas ave 16.500 W A VTTFD PITT A TT r WANTED Sewing by the day. children's clothes a specialty. Ben teL 1186 red. WANTED Work by the day, washing, ironing, etc. J. K., Journal. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up Y. M. C. A. Ind. tel. 908 or Bell tel. 907 red Wc have a list of men and confidential references concerning therh. Y. M. C. A. Employment bureau, 107 E. 8th St.- . ANYONE having work that college stu dents enn do this comltiK vear. please write Reth L. Cor. president Washburn eollcje Y M. C. A., station B. city. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED A live, energetic young man to purchase Interest in the real es tate business in a thrifty town of 700 in habitants In northwest Kansas. This business paid $4,500 last year and will pay over $5,000 this year and Is Increasing rapidly. Object in sefimg an interest in this business is to Increase the real es tate and loa business: None but men of experience need apply. Address Draw er K, Almena, Kan. The Coming Country. The opportunity for the man of lit tle means is probably better today in the prairie states ot the southwest than ever before in the history of the nation. The chance of pre-empting claims or of taking .up lands under government laws is gone and will not return again. It is a different kind of opening which lies before the settler and Its promise Is of exceeding bright ness. Its best opportunity is shown in the great southwest where the transformation is going on and where the conditions of soil and climate is in harmony with the warm skies and temperate winds. To the man who is not satisfied with his condition, the southwest has an inviting future. Along the lines of the Missouri. Kansas & Texas railway there are vast areas of unimproved lands awaiting willing hands to make them yield the bountiful crops of which the land is capable. There Is a need of stores, factories and new business of every description. It Is the finest kind of an opportunity in the finest section of the United States. The southwest 1 unexcelled for the variety and fer tility of its soils for its climate. Its people are progressive and up-to-date, its religious ana educational facilities are as good as can be found elsewhere. The M. K. & T. railway has no lands for sale, but is interested in building up this productive country. It is believed that the southwest has blighter prospects and offers better opportunities than any other section. See'ng is believing. For that reason the southwest courts investigation of the conditions as they exist. Anyone desirous of learning more of the southwest will do well to address George Morton, general passenger and ticket agent, Missouri, Kansas & i' o- railway, box 91 1. St. Louis. Ma Bacon That man is always on the wrong side of a question. Egbert How do you know? Bacon Why. I've known him for twen ty years, and in all that time I never knew him to think the same way as I have. Yonkers Statesman. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE: FOR SALE: AT A BARGAIN. AT A BARGAIN. The Hughes Sand Plant, located on the KANSAS RIVER. ALL READY FOR BUSINESS. Address 1-2-3, care Journal, or 'phone 482. FOR SALE Trego Co. land from IS to 120 Write for lists and description; agents wanted. R. L. Bott Land Agency. Wa- Keeney, it an. WANTED MALE HELP. YOUNG men or women can earn HO .to J15 weekly in spare time corresponding lor newspapers: cuiniJicic extras. Pioneer Educational Co., box 8J, Los Angeles, v;ai. WANTED for army, able nodied unmsr ried men between ages of 21 and 35, cit izens of the 3. S.. of good character and temperate nasi is. wuo s. " i in write English. For Information apply to riSSitto? officer. 512 Kansas ave.. TopeUa. Kan. WANTED Boy to do milking and chores at 721 foiK st. . WANTED Laborers for Colorado, wages 51.75 per day; ooara o borers R. R;-work;-25 farm hands: 43 corn huskers, laborers for machine shop, . i.' Lain .nnlre Mncn leamsmrs, Milieu " ; r , hands Okla. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 735 K. A. SALESMAN to sell first class nursery stock, pay weekly, stock guaranteed true to name. For terms write G. L Knight, Lawrence, Kan. WANTED A man to do day firing and general work at Christ's hospital. WANTED Men with teams to husk corn, 4c bu. Heavy corn. Ind. tel. 159. WANTEIFtaALE HELP. WANTED Competfnli. kitchen girL O. W. Clossj-607 jputanan st. WANTED While grrl to assist with housework. 710 W. 8th st. WANTED Experienced lunch counter girl, also dining girl for south, $18 mo., board, rbom and pass. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 736 -Kansas ave. WANTED 11 house girls, 14 waitresses, woman cooks, pastry cooks, maids, lunch counter help, women $20 month, board and pass. Gap.' Emp. Agcy., 735 Kansas ave. WANTED Good dressmakers. Mrs. Mer cer, Crosby Bros. WAJHTED SALESMEN. WANTED By mfgr. hustling salesmen on everyday necessities, no competition, sal aries guaranteed. Write now. Colonial Co., 723 Hennepin av., Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Fine Piano and organ repair work. Geo. D. Butts, S21 is. 6tn. WANTED Cow giving milk for her keep; best of care. w. J. Amann, ax Stevens St., city. WANTED To sell Interest in a good paying business in Topeka. Terms, etc., upon application. Address R., Journal. WANTED Veal calves at Porter's, 412 E. 4th St. Ind. tel. 363. WE PAT hlgligsf cash" prices tor you cast off rlnthini. shoes, hats, overcoats. Droo us a card or call Ind. tel. 1538. Abe Ja- I cobson, 600 Kansas ave. FORNT HCHJSES. FOR RENT House 422 E. 6th ave., seven rooms. W. R. Martin, 3 Central Na tional Bank bldg. FOR RENT Convenient cottage, bath, gas, furnace, cistern, wide halt fire place, suitable for natural gas. $25. 526 Lincoln st., corner 6th. Inquire at 806 W. 8th. Ind. tel. 12582. N FOR RENT-t4 t -om cottage at turn in cemetery- car line. Inquire 618 Monroe. FOR RENT-Nice 4 room cottage, good well -and cistkrn, $8. 1709 Harrison st. FOR RENT 6 room house 1426 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 8 room house 426 Kansas av. FOR RENT New 6 room house 1314 Kan sas ave. Inquire 1226 Kansas .ave. Ind. Tel. 4394. FOR RENT 6 room residence. 2 blocks west of postofficc; modern except heat. Phone 1649 Ind. FOR RENT 8 room house, modern ex cept furnace; large bam: 426 Tyler. Merriam Mortgage Co. FOR RENT: 449 Surcner ave., 7 rooms, barn, $12. 451 So. inner ave., 7 rooms, barn, $12. 2S5 Strait St., $6.50. W. B. BEKGUNDTHAL, Tel. 199. U7 W- Seventh St. FOR RENT A 7 room house at 913 W. 4th st. Inquire at 400 Fillmore st. FOR RENT 4 room fiat; no children wanted. Inquire 501 Madison st. FOR RENT Modern 9 room house Tope ka ave., near 8th st. Rent $25 if taken soon. Tel. 799. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished large front room with alcove, modern. 611 W. 8th st. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms. 307 East Sth st. FOR RENT Nicly furnished rooms. 916 Quincy. FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms, house strictly modern, close in. 310 W. 6th. , FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 618 Mon roe st. FOR RENT Furnished modern rooms. 125 east 10th st. Ind phone 1452. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished housekeeping rooms, with gas and water, pleasant lo cation, near business, no children. Ad dress N. T., Journal. FOR RENT Large front room, furnish ed, with alcove, near state house. 833 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 3 large unfurnished rooms, with small kitchen and alcove, electric light, cistern, city water and furnace heat. 614 Tyler st. FOR RENT Modern furnished room with board. 710 W. 8th St. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms 1st floor to family without children. 312 E. 8th. ROOM and board for 2 nice men. 221 Jefferson St. Ind. teL 4144. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms with small kitchen. 710 Buchanan st. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping 426 Jefferson St. FOR RENT Furnished front room with heat and alcove. Call at Royal Bakery, 833 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Modern furnished room with board, city heat. 212 W. 8th ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern. 412 W. Sth St. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE: FOR SALE; BARNES REAL, ESTATE CO FIFTH AND JACKSON ST. LARGEST LIST BEST BARGAINS. SEE US. 'PHONES 262. FOR SALE Qulncy St., North Topeka: 3 lots, 7-room house, pantry, closet, sewer, good outbuildings, poultry house and yai"d, hard and soft water, several kinds fruit, city water to yard. Cheap if sold immediately. H. R. Blanchard, post office. .718 FILLMORE ST. Has 2 lots m-ri -A. Inrsre modern eieht room house, city and cistern water, gas and electric lights, furnace, launary, nun osm . i,-n .vw'thlni, ttat r1nta OwnPP leav ing the city and wants quick sale; $2,000 down and the balance on time. GEO. F. GOROW, Ind. Tel. 832. 420 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE Choice srrain and stock farm 12 miles from Tooeka, 3 from R. R. sta tion; 480 ecres. 250 in cultivation, t acres wheat, 7o alfalfa, 20 clover, fine pasture, ample water, two dwellings, new barn and stock, sheds. L. Van Hook. 16 Golum- Dian mag., xopeKa, or Valencia, jvas. FOR SALE Close In, one and one-half acre tract, fruit of all kinds, 4-room house, stable for 4 horses, corn crio, buarfi-v shed, chicken house, ice house, hoe: nens. 2 rood wells. 10 minutes walk to car line. Inquire of C. H. . Culp, 510 Qiuncy St., city pvR SATE- MTSCELT.AXKOTt COBS at reduced prices. Call up phone 339. D. O. Coe, 119 E. 6th st. FOR SALE Square piano $25; organ $10. 921 E. eth. FOR SALE Fine voune driving horse. city broke. Matthew Stewart, west and south Sacks greennouse. FOR SALE Good milk cow at 300 Clay. FOR SALE Beautiful canary and linnett birds at 208 Harrison st. FOR SALE OR TRADE For cow or pony, gentleman's Waltham watch, gold case. 1313 xyier st. FOR SALE 1,000 shares Aurora oil stock at a bargain; make offer. Address ts care Journal. FOR SALE Sweet potatoes. 40c. Bell tel 3881 black. H. E. "Fletcher, N. Kansas ave. FOR SALE Stove wood. Wm. Shlck, 120- 136 Jackson at. . BRICK PLANT FOR SALE. On November 20. 1905. at the office of J. G. Slonecker, referee in bankruptcy, 535 Kansas.ave., Topeka, Kan., there will be offered at public sale the pressed brick plant situated at Willard, Kansas, on the Rock Island railway, a few miles west of Topeka. Leasehold rights and purchase option on land most favorable. Raw ma terial plentiful and convenient. Equipment modern and ready to operate, 4 mould Berg press, 2 kilns and a third almost completed, engine ana oaiier, ciay sneas, etc. Capacity sixteen thousand brick 'peV -sTarX rtfre."cqwrtun!ty to' get a very valuable property- at a reasonable figure, stnlo fimbiAcf to nnnroval of referee. HERBERT L. ARMSTRONG, Trustee. FOR SALE One 8-year-old pony at 306 W. 8th si. or 413 Kansas ave. Seguine. FOR SALE We have No. 1 pressed brick at $12 per 1,000. .Morse Cont. Co., Ind. tel. 1033. FOR SALE Dry, hard wood, full meas ure, 4 ft. long, at $5 per cord. Terms cash on delivery. Alysdale farm, Ind. tel. 878-4 rings. CLOSING cut wail paper, good patterns, at V per roll. 806 Kansas ave. MISCELLANEOUS. USE the "Silver Lear- brand pickles, vin egar, mine meat, etc. Otto Kuebne Preserving Co 'Phone S00. FOR HOME-MADE Mincemeat and boiled cider see Mrs. F. L. Boggs, 21i7 Topeka ave., or call 889 3 Ind. WE finish and reset your broken window glass. J. K. Jones, 805 Kansas ave. LOST IND FomTO. LOST A silver bracelet Sunday evening between the Congregational churah and 2d and Fillmore st. Please return to 125 Tyler st. STRAYED OR STOLEN. STRAYED from my place on 6-mile, one light red yearing heifer. Finder ad dress V. Odle, Wakaurusa. LEGAL. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Be it known that my application is now on file in the office of the probate court of Shawnee cotanty, Kansas, asking for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors ac cording to law, at 632 Kansas ave.. in the Second ward of the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, state of Kansas. Hear ing is set for the 21st day of Dec, 1905. GEO. W. STANSFIELD. AUCTION. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at the Harvey D. Rice farm, 2 miles east of Topeka, on 6th St., road, Tuesday, Nov. 21, 37 milk cows, 3 set good harness, 2 span work horses, farm Implements, etc., also 26 ton tame hay in barn and 40 acres cane and Kaffir corn hay In shock. Sale at 10 a. m. E. S. Travis. M. T. Crews & Son, sales men. WALL PAPER. GO TO G. A. WOOD for that wail pape.' and painting. 832 Kansas ave. Tel. $802 TOPEKA FREE DISPENSARY, souti east corner 12tn and Tyler sts.. from I to 2 p. m.. except Sundays. Conducted bj regular practicing physicians for the benefit o persons without means who need medical attention and treatment. Pa tlents are assured of careful and consul erate treatment- Medicine furnished in most cases. MONFT organs, typewriters, household goods an personal securltv T Blseoe S22 Knn av MACHINE SHOPS ELECTRIC contracts: get prices at "Gol den Rule." Tel 603. 503 Kansas ave. KI.MTHKIX PM1IORS HAIR GOODS Mrs. M. L Field. 819 Kan sas ave., with Swearingen, the jeweler. DELMAIN sisters, the world renowned psycaics. palmists, clairvoyants and aa trolog'srs, are m Topeka-one, more. The tell you the things you want to know They ifive you names, date and facts on love, marriage and al business matters. Past, i etui uuu .uiuro revealed without asking a Question. t.h you your lucky days, months and years. Test reading, -Me: life ' readinb' fee; card readies, 500. A $5 clairvoyant readings $1. Readings by mall, send $1.00 date of birth, ask 5 questions. For a short time only, at 620 Kansas ave. Open Sun day. Hours r a. m. to 10 p. m. TEST seance and lecture on Chinese Spiritualism Wednesday night 832 Monroe st. Beats must ne engaged in advance. 1 to 8 p. irk. .. TRANCE and trumpet medium, seances xuesaay, inursaay ana Sunday nights; private reading from 9 a. m. to 4 p. -m. Mrs. Ines Wagner. 220 W. 6th st. THE old; reliable Mrs. Seerlng. reveals everytning or no cnarge. aiu e. 5th st. J. A. ROSEN. Patent Attorney. 423 Kxn- vf -i opeKa. fnRHTtRRHH L M. PENWELL funeral director and embalmer. First class, service, reasona ble prices. 611 Qulncy l Both 'phones Ua BICTCXKS nsr RKPAIRWO U. 8. CYCLE CO:, 118 E. 8th it. National a- ivr-Johnson bicycles. Supplies. 4-epairaw STAMPS. SKA1.S N1 sTKVrila. THE J. C. DARLING CO., !W Kan. av. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade checks. Prices low. Catalog free. Tel. 2A PAVING. CAPITA!. CITY VLXHIX kiLl iKltl. PAVING CO.. 118 W. sib St. Htm. ot building. HaVHsr arid st.lewaitt ortek. CIDER MILLS. WANTED Every one to order their cider from Washburn's cider works, delivered fresh lion., Wed., FrL and Sat at 20c per gallon. Ind. tel. 605. 1. C WILSON, contractor i.ud builder Job work promptly dona. 120 K. 8ta st. ird tel 1244. AajffOLKSAUEIUL THE COUGHL1N HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fin tools. 70 Kan eas ave. Tel. 80S. lEWEIiKRa JAMES B. HAYDEN, Jeweler and opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc Bye examined and epeetarles properly fitted. FURNACE WORKS. GEO. E. SET BOLD, furnace work, tta roofing, guttering, spouting, furnaces a specialty. 931 Kansas ave. Ind 'phone SIX, CAtpETCLErr7Q CARPET cleaning and rug factory. We clean, scour, refit, sew and lay you', carpets in a workman like manner, ne rugs all sizes from your old carpets. O. McCormick Rug factory A Carpet Clean ing words. 522 Van Buren st. 'Phone 4SL l: F.PKTRrK A SONS, upholsterers, new carpet cleaning Works, carpets cleaned and scoured, refit, sewed and laid. 928-934 Kansas ave., phones: Ind. 794; Bell. 842. MANrrFACTPRKRS- E. G. K1NLEY, Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of vehicles. See us 'ibouf that ' delivery wagon IK W.- 5th at-. PHYSICIANS AN5 M'KKlN-t DR. KA81UA.N, .ate sup I. state muni oiyluu. Mental and nervous diseases an Kan. av. 'Phones 714. Res. 1270 V. Bursa. IDA C BARNES. M. XX Office 728 Kansas ave. Rekaerenca TMr teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. bb. ta U a. so. aad 1 p m. to t p. m. Beta phonal 18 residence, and Ind Ills office. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & BTORAOB Co., packs, ships and stores houaaheM SHds. TeL MS. Clarence Sklnaar. OX ulney - BARBEB SHOP. D. G. JOHNSON, shave 10c; shampoo, hair cut, massage, 15c 6th and Qulncy. FLORISTS. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants.cut Dow ers, palms, designs, decorations. 806 Kaa. ive. Phone 37. Greenhouse 12th and lion. RAILROAD TIME TAHl.ES. rock ISLAND SYSTEM TIMJE TABLE. TOPEKA. KAN. The "Right Road" To and From an Between CHICAGO OMAHA ST. LOUIS DENVBh MEMPHIS COLORADO BPOS PEGJftiA FORT WORTH ST. JOSEPH ST. PAUL KANSAS CITY MINNEAPOLIS ABO Everywhere Beyond. r . teCTivk MAnt. ua- all trains BAMHOUND, s? "cca-goiii:"::::::::: So 10-Colorado-K. C. Flyer 7 3 S 5 12 Fort Worth-Chicago Ex.... tM 9o S" IVcaicago-St. Louiajpl fS3 SSb 85-K C.-Chickasha Ei 10 S 52 No 4 California Special . 12.4p3 S uUcbicago-Fort Worth E.... iSg SoJi-K. C.-Colorado Ex. f ?-Colorado Flyer t:M cm UO. -NORTHBOUND. Pm w S4 Topeka-SL Joe Ex 7:t aai J? KCTopeka-St. Joe Ex i.to om NO. X2-10W FROM ST. JOB. B mo O St. Joe-TOpeka Ex .uS'pni g0: a St. Joe-Topeaa Ex. 7: pa ' ' UNION PACIFIC. " " EASXBUUND. NO. 102 Limited oTaia NO 106 K C. local passenger 8 am So.' VM Atlantic Express tM pm So 108 K C.-Salina Ex 1-J6 Dm WESTBOUND. No. 107 K C.-Sallna Ex 11:00 sm No 103 Denver-Pac. Coast limttedl2:4 pm No 105 Junction City local pass. . :K m No 101 Limited 8:80 pro Dally except Sunday. All r there daily. MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLET" (Daily Except Sunday.) SOTTITBOITND. No. 310 Passenger o Ft. Scott 2:00pra No. 392 Freight 7:30am NORTHBOUND. No. 309 Passenger from Ft. Scott. ,12:40pm No. 391 Freight :45pra