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The marriage of Miss Bessie Bates to
Mr. Earl Boardway of Worcester,
Mass., will be celebrated tonight at the
home of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Bates, 1261 Western ave
nue, at 7:30 o'clock. Only the family
and a few very close friends will be
present at the ceremony and the invi
tations for the informal reception
which follows were verbal and limited
to a small circle of neighbors and
friends. A number of the girls of the
Pi Phi sorority from the university
at Lawrence, of which Miss Bates is a
member, will be here for the wedding.
Mr. Ned Osborn will give a dinner
at the Elks club Thursday night for
Miss Mary Lakin, Mr. John Pullman
and the members of their bridal party.
Mrs. Ben Akers is giving a card par
ty this afternoon for Miss Lakin. The
Invitations were limited to Miss
Lakin's particular friends and the
members of her bridal party.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Chamberlain will
give a small family luncheon tomor
row for Miss Lakin and Mr. Pullman.
Miss Ware and Miss Jeannette Ware
entertained at evening cards Tuesday
for Miss Lakin and Mr. Pullman,
their other guests including Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Akers, Air. and Mrs. Everett
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Poin
dexter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hunting
ton Ware, Miss Lakin, Miss Mary
Gentry of Kansas City, Miss Edith
Kohlsaat, Miss Helen Kohlsaat and
Miss Theodore Schwarz of Chicago,
Mrs. Rudolph Best of Fort Scott. Miss
Alice Parsons of Chanute, Miss Alice
Lakin, Miss Mary Meade, Miss Eliza
beth Meade, Miss Helen Thompson,
Miss Eleanor Wheeler, Miss Celeste
Nellis, Miss Anna Marie Nellis, Miss
Helen Smith, Miss Edith Moore, Mr.
Pullman. Mr. Ned Osborn, Mr. Henry
Scandrett, Mr. Dan Hammatt, Mr.
John Hunt, Mr. Hugh McFarland, Mr.
Thomas King, Mr. Walter Hayes, Mr.
Paul Sweet, Mr. Harrv Donaldson, Mr.
George Hood, Mr. Ernest Conant, Mr.
Luther Nellis, Mr. Ralph Moore, Mr.
Sam Fleishman, Mr. Leslie Guild.
Mrs. John Carl Harmon, president
of the Woman's guild of Grace cathe
dral, gave two all-day parties at her
house on Buchanan street this week,
her guests for the two days including
the following members of the guild,
Mrs. George W. Crane, Miss Kibbling,
Mrs. A. W. Lacey, Mrs. Frunk"Io
bart, Mrs. C. C. Baker, Mrs. Charles
W. Merriam, Mrs. S. C. Garrard, Mrs.
I. S. Lauck and Mrs. Chester B. Reed.
The occasion of the gatherings was
the preparation of fruit cake and
mince meat for the Guild's annual fall
Miss Edith Ott is giving a skating
party at the rink today followed by
luncheon at the tea room for the girls
-saw IT MIBr
For Health and Economy
Baking Powder
Used in Millions of Homes.
Of Patent Calf,
large silk-worked
eyelets, velvet turn
soles, and French
)f, iypss1 JL Corner
P-X: SHOES ,0? shoe
of her class in the First Methodist
Sunday school who are Miss Mary
Sutherland, Miss Mary Dallas Gage,
Miss Ella Davis, Miss Wilhelmine
Marburg, Miss Mary Whittier. Miss
Hazel Reed, Miss Gertrude Mulvane,
Miss Isadel Heath, Miss Helen Roehr,
Miss Blanche Roehr, Miss Leta Rice,
Miss Margaret Jetmore, Miss Grace
Vreeland, Miss Eva Bailey and Miss
Margaret Wellcome.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Abbott gave a
card party at their apartment at the
Blower House last night for Mrs.
Samuel Potter of Omaha, asking be
side the guest of honor Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Shirer, Dr.
and Mrs. F. J. Ernst. Mr. and Mrs. G.
B. Kirk, Mr. Will Kirk, Mr. William
Green, Mr. S. T. Grimes and Dr. Harry
W. Putnam.
Miss Pearl Burdge, whose wedding
to Mr. Lawrence Banks of St. Louis
takes place next week, was the guest
of honor at a dinner given by the
members of her Saturday afternoon
card club at the home of Mrs. H. M.
Hadley on Clay street last night. The
company was limited to the club
members including Miss Burdge, Mies
Ethel Hadley, Miss Maud Van Houten,
Miss Agnes Burdge, Miss Nellie Allen,
Miss Ida Tinker, Miss Edna Guy, Miss
Ella Bailey, Mrs. Otis Allen, Miss
Fanny Funk. Miss Kathertne Gentry
and Miss Bess Elder. The course din
ner carried out a color scheme of pink
and white and the heart motif was In
evidence throughout. The table flow
ers were pink chrysanthemums used
with smllax and lighting was by pink
candles in silver candelabra.
Mrs. S. Barnes, 1227 Western ave
nue, gave a small dinner last night to
celebrate the birthdav anniversary of
! her daughter. Miss Hazel Richardson,
1 the others asked being Miss Grace
Otis, Miss Kathleen Lord, Mr. Jav
Smith, Mr. Walter Brown and Mr. W.
A. Radford.
Mrs. E. T. Cartlidge was the hostess
of the Felicity Whist club yesterday.
The substitutes were Mrs. Joel R. Bur
row. Mrs. Henry Freeman Mason, Mrs.
Edwin Knowles, Mrs. Frank Klinga
man and Mrs. Edward B. Hill. Mrs.
E. E. Trapp will be the next hostess,
December 12.
Miss Hazel Mulvane has asked
guests for a dinner Friday night In
compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
L. Mitchell.
Mrs. Zeis Is entertaining a few
friends Informally this afternoon.
The Idle Hour club is meeting today
with Miss Maud Kimball and Mrs.
Frank W. Thomas at the home of the
former, 1016 Polk street.
Notes and Personal Mention.
Miss Theodora Sehware arrived yes
terday from Chicago for the Lakin-
By Test.4
Pullman wedding and is the guest of
Mrs. D. L. . Lakin. Other
guests expected Friday are Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Tufts of Evanston, 111.,
Mrs. Marshall Warren of Emporia, Mr.
Ted Lakin of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Davies of Atchison, and Mr.
J. Pullman of Brooklyn.
Mrs. James L. King is expected home
Sunday from a visit to Mrs. Arthur
Lingafelt in Chicago.
Mrs. Pliny L. Soper will come from
Vinita, I. T., the last of the week for
the Lakin-Pullman wedding and will be
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Farnsworth.
Mrs. W. E. Ogston is ill at her apart
ment at the Spivey.
Miss Hazel Kaiser has returned from
a visit to Fort Scott.
Mrs. Noble Prentis left today for Chi
cago to visit her daughter, Mrs. Lauson
Mrs. Brinton D. Woodward of Law
rence spent yesterday with Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Lord.
Misses Mabel Marsh, Alma Poehler,
Claudie Pendelton, Lucretia Hart, Kate
and Edna Dinsmoor are expected to
night from Lawrence for the Bates
Boardway wedding and will be guest of
Miss Mary Chase Chamberlain and
Miss Jeannette Ware.
Mr. and Mrs. EL W. Parker have re
turned from a week's visit to Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Parker of Abilene.
Mr, Charles Gordon of New York city
stopped off to visit In Topeka while on
his way to Parral, Mexico, where he
will make his home. This is Mr. Gor
don's first return to Topeka since he
was a student at Lincoln school 20
years ao.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Pankey and thelr
family are at home at their new resi
dence, 312 Eighth avenue, west.
Mr. and Mrs. W- W. Alkire left yes
terday for Stroud, Ok., for a visit.
Among the Topeka people in Kansas
City yesterday were Mr. James A.
Troutman, Mr. H. W. Charles, Mr. Har
rison Clarkson, Mr. D. O. McCray, Mr.
B. D. Van Ostrand, and Col. W. H.
Miss Lenore Monroe has returned
frlm a visit to the Misses Vetmond of
Hays City who are students at the
Mrs. Ed Ellis, of Kansas City, who
was the guest of Mrs. A. H. Ellis, has
returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Poindexter will
visit Lawrence friends the latter part,
of the week.
Mrs. Beard of Cleveland, Ohio, ar
rived yesterday to spend the winter
with her daughter, Mrs. D. E. Esterly.
Mr. Bissing, the Russian violinist who
has opened a studio in Topeka, has
Joined the faculty of the school of fine
arts of Washburn college.
Mr. Harry Southwick went to Clifton
on a hunting trip Monday and will re
turn Saturday.
Mrs. M. E. Goddard has returned
from a visit to Mrs. E. M. Jolley of
Kansas City.
Mrs. May Belleville Brown of Sallna Is
expected later in the week to visit Mrs.
S. S. Estey.
Miss Julia Crlswell of Portland, Ore
gon, arrived today to visit her brother,
Mr. B. F. Crlswell, and Mrs. Crlswell
and her sister, Mrs. O. S. Morrow.
Mrs. Richard Gundry of Long Beach,
California, has returned from Mineral
Point, Wisconsin, and Is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Poindexter.
Mrs. Breidenstine and Miss Kitty
Breidenstine of New York are here to
spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Bronson.
Mrs. James Cullom of New York is
the guest of her brother, Mr. James
Gardner, at the Harvey.
Mrs. Fred Glick of Pittsburg, Kansas,
Is the guest of Mrs. John Green In Pot
win Place. Mrs. Green will entertain
for her guest the first of next week.
Mr. Charles B. Hamilton has returned
from a business trip to Cedar Rapids,
Mrs. W. B. Swan and her daughter
Wilma returned last night from a visit
to Mrs. George B. Harrison in St. Louis.
Mrs. William S. Frame of La Junta
who is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Stewart, will leave tomor
row to join Mr, Frame in a permanent
residence in Schtnectady, New York.
Mrs. John S. Parka is in Denver for a
short visit.
Dr. A. H. Thompson is in St. Louis
for a week.
Miss Mary Marshall of Cuyahoga
Falls, Ohio, who has been the guest of
Mrs. C. D. Skinner went to Valley Falls
today to spend a few days with Mrs.
Charles King.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Crane have re
turned from a visit to their daughter,
Mrs. W. R. Carrie, of Enid, Oklahoma.
Mr. Harry Overholt of Los Angeles
who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Gordon in Highland Park has re
turned to California.
Miss Mayme Bishop and little brother
Robert of Abilene are the guests of Mrs.
John Bartleson at her home on Lane
Mrs. Chas. Brady of Kansas City is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Lord, and her sister, Mrs. F. S. Garland
and family.
Miss Anna Parry Bundy will give her
opening pupils' recital at her studio
Friday evening, November 24. Miss
McCIung, vocalist, will assist her.
Beulah chapter No. 34 O. E. S. will
give a thimble party at the residence of
Mrs. C. W. Horn, 43S Topeka avenue
tomorrow afternojn.
Choicest fruit cake, purest mince meat
made by the Woman's Guild of Grace
Cathedral, now ready for sale. Orders
taken by Mrs. J. C. Harmon and Mrs.
G. W. Crane.
Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick Scott
returned yesterday from a trip to the
Grand Canon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lodge and sons,
Lawrence and Wesley of Los Angeles,
Cal are visiting Mr. Lodge's sister,
Mrs' J. C. Gilchist. 711 Quincy street.
Engraved visiting cards and invita
tions. Correct forms. Adams Bros.
Via Rock Island.
On December 5th and 19th,
Rock Island agents will sell you
tickets to points in Arkansas, Okla
homa, Indian Territory, Louisiana,
New Mexico and Texas at 75 per cent
of the one way rate for the round trip
with minimum of $10.00. Tickets will
be limited for return 21 days from
date of sale.
C. P. A., Topeka, Kan.
Are Ton Interested In a Past Growing
The Chicago & Northwestern Rail
way company will furnish reliable In
formation regarding many desirable
locations in the west and northwes: on
its lines for Industrial establishments.
Hotels, banks, stores, produce buyers,
lumber dealers, brick yards and other
excellent business opportunities.
Full Information regaraing- 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. Knlskern, Pas
sengener Traffic Manager, Chicago.
Special Low Homeseekers' Rje Fla
Santa Fe.
On the first and Third Tuesdays of
each month until December 31, 1905, the
tti will sell round trln tiri0,
points m aiissuuii, jii hbhh, OKlaho
,-.- in Missouri Arlcnnsno 1 1, i ..
Ilia, "ul"" - mew
Mexico and Texas, at the rate of 7a per
Ant nf the one wav fare, minimum ,
Tnfnv, 'lOfritnrV 1 .11 IICIq Tin V
jicxh." - ' i pel
cent of the one way fare, minimum S10
Mm4 n riavs from date of kaIa
X. L. KING. C P. & X.
nai prims
want advertise
ments than any
other Top k
newspaper. Ar
thougn the
is ah out the
same tbe results
from these want
are much larsjer-
tni3 ,
bes more reautrTnToneka than all other
daily newspapers combined.
How to Answer Advertisements.
Advertisements aimed In care of State
Journal, such as "Address A. B. C, care
State Journal." or "Address Owner, cars
State Journal." should be answered in
writing only. Write your answer and
man ... caie State Journal or leave It at
the State Journal office. Do not ask the
clerks ui the State Journal office to glv
you the name of the advertiser; they can
Dot give Una Information.
AdvB. Not Accepted Over Phone.
Tbe Stat Journal floes not accept
want advertisements over the telephone
nor does rt make charge accounts of
them. Tbe most satisfactory plan is to
bring your want advertisements to tns
State Journal office. If you can not do
this, call tbe Western Union telegraph
office, either 'phone SI, and tell tbem that
Jou have an aovertisement for the Stria
ournal. They will send an A. D. T. buy
to your house. You pay the boy for the
advertisement, the State Journal pays for
his services fn bringing it down town. Cost
of classified advertisements is 6c per line.
Six orrti'nary words make one line.
c'ate for sheriff of Shawnee county, sub
ject to the Republican primaries.
experienced officers in Topeka, an
nounces his candidacy for sheriff, sub
ject to the Republican primary.
H. M. Blackman and husband to M.
L. Sears, lots 93 and 91 Quincy st. . .$8,250
F. S111U and wife to J. W. Williams,
r.uif c-C lets 1 f.nd 2, section 30,
townshio IT, lansc IB 700
R. W. Uocdrlch and wife to G. W.
Hamilton lots 23 and 25 Strong
ave., Euclid Fark addition 118
Same to C. W. Shepjiard. lots 85,
87 and 89 Redden are., Euclid Park
addition i 117
C. Mc P Kr.Kleston to E. A. Clair,
part of the southwest hi of section
12, townfchip 12, range 15 800
r A. Search to same, same i... 800
E. Hgsjlcsfsi tt' S. Gibson, part of
the southwest of section 12,
thowiiship 12, range 45 SCO
S. G ifearlett Xo J. Villepigue. lot 576
and toutli 14 lot 574 Van Buren St.,
Orchard,.! iacc addition ,.'.. 400
sues rooseveltT
Convict Terrill Demands Liberty and
$800,000 Damages.
Guthrie, Ok., Nov. 22. The clerk
has placed on the Noble countv docket
the case of Ira N. Terrill, a life con
vict, against Theodore Roosevelt et al.,
wherein Terrill demands $800,000 dam
ages for alleged false imprisonment,
kidnapping and conspiracy to defraud
him of his liberty. Summons was is
sued for President Roosevelt and the
other defendants. The papers were re
ceived here by United States Marshal
William D. Fossett, whose duty it will
be to superintend the service.
Terrill demands his liberty under the
Louisiana purchase treaty, which he
declares is still effective in Oklahoma
because It is a territory. He maintains
that the years he has spent in prison
have lacerated his feelings to the ex
tent of $800,000. Recently he wrote a
letter to Miss Alice Roosevelt, asking
her to intercede with her father, and
citing the Louisiana purchase treaty
as his reason.
Terrill names a long list of defend
ants including Attorney General
Moody, W. A. Day, and Payton Gor
don, all of Washington. The latter
Terrill charges with Intercepting a let
ter which Miss Cora Terrill, the pris
oner's daughter, wrote to President
Roosevelt. The defendants include
everybody who had anything to do
with his trial, including the petit jury
and the grand jury.
The prisoner was thrice convicted of
killing "Jack" Embree, a homesteader
near Guthrie, in 1901, and received a
life sentence. The killing occurred on
the government land office reservation
here and Terrill maintains that if he
committed any offense it was against
the federal government, and not
against the territory, although he was
convicted under the territorial law
which he himself drew up as a mem
ber of Oklahoma's first legislature.
Ever since he was first Imprisoned he
has been fighting the case, seeking his
release. All the papers in the present
suit, as well as In all the court cases
which he has created, have been pre
pared by Terrill In his cell.
Although the opinion has been that
Embree was murdered by Terrill be
cause Embree was a witness in a land
contest against him. yet it is now as
serted that the killing was the result
of an organization of "sooners" where
in mflmher swore to protect all
against one another in land cases. Both
Terrill and Embree it is alleged now
were members of that "sooner" or
ganization. It was agreed that death
should be the penalty any member
should pay for breaking his oath, and
when Embree appeared against Terrill
the former, it Is asserted was killed by
order of the organization.
Special Low Homeseekers Rate Via
Santa Fe.
On the first and third Tuesdays of
each month until December 31, 1905.
the Santa Fe will sell round trip
tickets to points in Missouri. Arkansas
Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Louis
iana, New Mexico and Texas, at the
rate of 75 per cent of the one way
fare, minimum Ji0, limit 21 days from
date of sale.
T. L. KING, C. P. & T. A..
Special Low Homeseekers' Rate Via
Santa Fe.
On the first and Third Tuesdays of
each month until December 31, 1905,
the Santa Fe will sell round trip
tickets to points in Missouri. Arkan
sas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory.
Louisiana. New Mexico and Texas, at
the rate of 75 per cent of the one way
fare, minimum $10, limit 21 days from
date of sale.
The Hughes Sand Plant, located on the
Address 1-2-3, care Journal, or 'phone 4S2.
WANTFn wrnJATtows.
WANTED Position as housekeeper for a
hotel or rooming house. Address P. O.,
WANTED Position by a first class meat
cutter. Address J. B., Journal. '
WANTED By middle aged woman, place
to keep house for widower. Address T.
A., care Journal. ,
WHEN you want to hire a man or boy,
call up Y. M. C A. Ind. tel. 908 or Bell
tel. 907 red. We have a list of men and
confidential references concerning them.
Y. M. C. A. Employment bureau, 107 E.
Sth st.
ANYONE having work that college stu
dents car do, this coming year, please
write Seth L. ' Cor, president Washburn
college Y. M. -C. A., station B, city.
WANTED A man to work In grocery.
Apply to Ed Gordon, 1691 W. 6th st.
WANTED Plana player to travel with
comedy Co., easy work. Apply 1417 Lin
coin st.
WANTED 2 first class tin roofers, 35c
per hour to good men. Apply at once
T2i2 E. 6th st. Ind. tel. 2653.
WANTED 12 or 15 carpenters for Las
Vegas, Nf M., trajtsportatiqn both ways.
ADnl'y 808 E. Sth st.
WANTED For army, able Dodled unmar
ried men between ages of 21 and 36, c't
ixens of the U. S., of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to
recruiting officer. 522 Kansas ave., Topeka,
YOUNG men or women can earn J10 to
315 weekly in spare time corresponding
for newspapers; complete course $3; no
extras. Pioneer Educational Co., box 853,
Los Angeles, Cal.
WANTED An experienced man with a
horse to drive a bread wagon, salary or
commission. 507 W. 10th st.
WANTED A live, energetic young man
to purchase hi 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 $5,1800 this year and Is Increasing
rapidly. Object In selling an interest in
this business is to increase the real es
tate and loan business. None but men
of experience need apply. Address Draw
er K, Almena, Kan.
SALESMAN to sell first class nursery
stock, pay weekly, stock guaranteed
true to name. For terms write G. L.
Knight, Lawrence, Kan.
WANTED Men with teams to husk corn,
4c bu. Heavy corn. Ind. teL 159.
WANTED Girl for general housework
at 40S Harrison st. References.
WANTED-Competent White girl house
work. good .vcagis. 315 Topeka ave.
WANTED-At once, a seamstress. In
quire of Mrs. R. E. L. Ivy, 814 W. 5th.
WANTED Competent white girl,
family. 623 Madison st.
3 In
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework, 2 in family, no washing, $4
a week. 1115 Topeka ave.
WANTED Young lady newspaper read
er. Apply Miss Seybold, press clipping
bureau, 633 Jackson st.
WANTED Competent kitchen girl. G.
W. Closson, 607 Buchanan st.
WANTED A few refined energetic ladies
can find steady and profitable employ
ment by calling at room 31; Crawford
bldg., 501 Jackson St., Topeka, Kan.
$3.00 TO $5.00 a day can be earned by
competent and refined ladies. Call or
write room 31, Crawford bldg., 501 Jack
son St., Topeka, Kan.
WANTED i or 5 room house with barn
by Dec. 1; would like to pay in paper
ing or rainting; willing to be out. Ad
dress Painter, Journal.
WANTED Fine Piano and organ repair
work. Geo. D. Butts, 921 E. 6th.
WE PAY highest cash prices tor you cast
off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop
us a card or call Ind. teL 1538, Abe Ja
cobson, 500 Kansas ave.
FOR RENT 6 room flat at 410 Kansas
ave. Inquire in the store.
FOR RENT Modern house 1105 Kansas
ave. Apply 828 Quincy st.
FOR RENT New 5 room house, modern
except heat, 6 blocks south state house.
Van Buren. 1024 TOpeka ave.
FOR RENT House 422 E. 6th ave., seven
rooms. W. R. Martin, 8 Central Na
tional Bank bldg.
FOR RENT Convenient cottage, bath,
gas, furnace, cistern, wide hall, fire
place, suitable for natural gas, $25. 526
Lincoln St., corner 6th. Inquire at 806
W. 8th. Ind. tel. 12582.
FOR RENT 4 room cottage at turn In
cemetery car line. Inquire 618 Monroe.
FOB RENT 6 room residence, 2 blocks
west of postoftlce; modern except heat.
Phone 1649 Ind.
FOR RENT room house, modern ex
cept furnace; large barn; 426 Tyler.
Merriam Mortgage Co.
449 Sumner ave., 7 rooms, barn, $13.
451 Sumner ave., 7 rooms, barn, $1X
285 Strait st.. $6.50.
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 flat; no children
wanted. Inquire 501 Madison St.
FOR RENT Modern 9 room house Tope
ka ave., near Sth St. Rent $25 if taken
soon. Tel. 799.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, modern. 1125 Van Buren.
FOR RENT Furnished front room, heat,
light, Crawford theater. Ind. tel 1538.
FOR RENT A furnished room for house
keeping at 825 Monroe st.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping, natural gas, city water.
Inquire 1024 Topeka ave.
FOR RENT Unfurnished housekeeping
rooms in good house, well located, near
business, gas and water. Adults only.
K J., Journal.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 618 Mon
roe st.
FOR SALE Cheap, 3 lots Van Buren st.
Inquire 1120 Kansas ave.
That much cash, balance $15 per month;
4 rooms, new, 3 blocks east of Santa Fe
shops. Look this up. Rents 10 per cent
on price.
Another one on west side, 5 rooms, on
pavement, . east front, $l,O0C; only 7 blocks
Central National Bank Bldg.
$600 CASH,
$600 CASH,
balance C per cent, buys modern home 2
blocks from Sth and Kansas ave., large
rooms, bath, gas, barn, 1 lots, very
cheap. Price $3,200. Lots worth half that
or more.
Central National Bank Bldg.
Good 7 room house on Tyler, between 4th
and 5th. 1 lots, large shade trees, $2,000;
$500 cash; balance $20 month; rents for $18.
G. M. W., care Journal.
FOR SALE Quincy 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
Has 2 lots ai d a large modern eight room
house, city and cistern water, - gas and
electric lights, furnace, laundry, fine bath
room, everything first class. Owner leav
ing the city and wants quick sale; $2,000
down and the balance on time.
Ind. Tel. 832. 420 Kansas Ave.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished room for
gentleman. 210 Van Buren st
FOR RENT 2 nice front rooms, furnish
ed for light housekeeping, cheap. 406
ropeKa ave.
FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms,
house strictly modern, close in. 310 W.
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, fur
nace heat, bath ana lights. 216 Topeka
FOR RENT Furnished modern rooms.
125 east 10th st. Ind phone 1452.
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. 8ti st.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms 1st floor
to family without children. 312 E. 8th.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms with
small kitchen. 710 Buchsnan 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 Furnished rooms, modern.
412 W. Sth St.
FOR RENT 916 Kansas ave., store room
25 by 60 feet, 6 rooms and bath on sec
ond floor, prefer to rent the entire build
ing to one party. Dr. G. P. Lux, 803 Kan
sas ave.
FOR SALE A double barrel Remington
hammerless thot gun, automatic ejectors,
damafcus bairfls, sole leather case, ele
gant condition. J. E. Williams, Throop
COBS at reduced prices. Call up phone
339. D. O, Coe, 119 E. 6th St.
FOR SALE Cheap, 3 stoves. 321 Harri
son st.
folding bed. 1635 Harrison St.
FOR SALE Everything in poultry sup
plies from leg bands to incubators. Zim
merman Seed Co., 625 Qslincy st.
FOR SALE Pure hen food; no trash;
prompt delivery. Zimmerman Seed Co.,
Ind. tel. 14S.
FOR SALE -6 room VA story house to oe
removed from 509 Tyler St. See Geo. C.
Beach. 218 W. 6th st.
FOR SALE Jersey cow and white Plym
outh Rock cockerels. 1159 Wayne st.
FOR HOME-MADE Mincemeat and
boiled cider see Mrs. F. L. Boggs, 2127
Topeka ave., or call 8S9 3 Ind.
FOR SALE Square piano $25; organ $10.
921 E. 6th.
FOR SALE Beautiful canary and Hnnett
birds at 208 Harrison st.
FOR SALE One 3-year-old pony at 306
W. Sth st. or 413 Kansas ave. Seguine.
FOR SALE We have No. 1 pressed brick
at $12 per 1,000. Morse Cont. Co., Ind.
tel. 1033.
CLOSING out wail paper, good natterns.
at tr per roll. SOS Kansas ave
CITY Dump 300 Lawrence St.,
from p?ved st.
hi block
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing; will
sew by the day. 1620 Topeka ave.
WE finish and reset your broken window
glass. J. K. Jones, 806 Kansas ave.
LOST Tuesday evening corner of 5th and
Monroe, solitaire diamond ring, value
from associations. Call at state auditor's
office, state house. Liberal reward.
LOST Child's white fur muff. Please
return to 707 Chandler st.
l. 1
LOST Nov. 20 between S. F. depot and
Rowley's drug store, a brown fur lap
robe. Finder can get reward at Rowley's,
600 Kansas ave.
known that my application is now on
file in the office of the probate court of
Shawnee county, 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.
THE old, reliable Mrs. Seering. reveals
""J"""t " " diaree- cm is. sth st.
J. A ROSEN, Patent Attorney. 423 Kan-
ns a- lopPKS.
L. M. PENWELU funeral director n,l
enjbalmer. First class service, reaxona.
ble prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones m
V. 8. CYCLE CO., 11S E. th St. National
iT-jfinnmn mcycies. supplies, repairs.
THE J. c. DARUNQ CO., 734 Kan. ave.
Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade
checks. Prices low. Catalog free Tel. tJS.
PAVING CO.. 118 W. Wh st- Ufgra- at
buailn. paving and i Ipwait t.rlck.
J. C WILSON, contractor . ij builder
Job work promptly done. 120 E. ta st.
Ind. tel 1244
ELECTRIC contracts; get prices at "Gol
den Rule." Tel 503. 503 Kansas ave.
HAIR GOODS Mrs. M. L. Field. 819 Kan
sas ave., with Swearingen, the Jeweler.
JAMES B. HATDEN, Jeweler end opti
cian. Complete stock of watches, dia
monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined
ard spectacles properlv fitted.
GEO. E. SEYBOLD. furnace work, tin
roofing, guttering, spouting, furnaces a
specialty, an Kansas ave. Ind 'phone EU.
QsVRPET cleaning and rug factory. We
clean, scour, refit, sew and lay your
carpets In a workman like manner, new
rugs all sizes from your old carpets. O.
McCormlck Rug factory & Carpet Clean
Ins words. 522 Van Buren st, 'Phone 4ZL
J. F. PETRIK & SONS, upholsterers, new
carpet cleaning works, carpets cleaned
and scoured, rent, sewed and laid. MS Ml
Kansas ave.. phones: Ind. 794; Bell. 843.
Manufacturer and dealer In all kinds of
vehicles. See us about that delivery
WMjcon 114 W. Sth Bt.
UK. EA8'iUAN, .ale aupt. stale uuau
asyluu, Mental end nervous diaeases.tul
Kan. v. 'Phones 714. Res. 170 V. Buren.
Office 724 Kansas ave. Resnrenee nd
teenta and Clay. Office hours: a. m. to
11 m. m. and $ p. m. to t p. m. Beta
phGnes 1 residence, and Ind. 1314 office.
Co.. packs, ships and stores household
goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner. U
Quincy st
L. G. JOHNSON, shave 10c; shampoo, tuu
cut. massage. 15c. 6th and Quincy.
,1. C. RODMAN, blooming plants.cui flow
ers, palms, designs, decorations. 806 Kan,
ive. Phone 37. Greenhouse 12th and Hon.
VRBfi mNl'KNH4l,T
east corner 12th and Tyior sis., from I
to $ p. m.. except Sundays. Conducted by
regular practicing physlcipns for the;
benefit o persons without means who
need medical attrntlop and treatment. Ps
tlents are assured of careful and consid
erate treatment. Medicine furnished la
most cases.
MoNEY TO lda. on live stocn. ptanoe,
organs, typewriters, household goods and
personal security. L Biscoe 523 Kan. ar.
Hardware, stoves.
ibs ave Tel. 806.
fine tools. 766 Kan-
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