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THE TOPEIIA DAILY STATS JOUItNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1903.
0 n ? , 1 1 1 EmiflOO GRADUATES. ; Oass to Leave the Illgti School I This Year. The largest class In the history of the Topeka high school will be grad uated on the night of June 1 in the Auditorium. A total of 92, 6 2 girls end so boys, will receive diplomas. This proportion, two to one, between the sexes, ia about as usual. Professor P. J. Miller, dean of the affiliated schools of the University of Chicago, will deliver the address. His subject is "The Level Of the Hills." Dr. Miller has charge of the relations between preparatory schools and the university. He is a noted platform speaker. Admission will be by tickets only. A good programme will be prepared. Musical numbers from the best talent in the city will be supplied. Rev. F H. Maliory, president of the board of education, will present the diplomas. The names of the graduates are as follows: Harry Otis Abbott, Mabel Fay Ruth Adams, Marion Abigail Alt, Hannah Violet Baker, William Bates, Mabel Claire Eeeler, Margaret Holmes Beer boKm, Josephine Bell, Nellie Ann Belt, Alpharus Brown, Clara Maude Brown, Daisy Brown, Carrie Elizabeth Bush. Mattie Genevieve Bush, Margaret Campbell, Bessie Copland, Eva Marie Carlson, Philip Safford Chamberlain, Janie M. Chiles, Emily Coe, Corrine Coston, Metta Curry, Nophflette Linn Edmonds, Grace Elmore, Roy Parsons Forbes, Bessie Blossom Fosdick, Roy Funneil. M. Grace GleeBon, Ethel Bradbury Grant, Izora Graves, Arthur DeWolfe Grav, Edna May Graves, Lutie F. Hawkins, Isadel Read Heath, Mabel Althea Holioway, Calvin Emer son Holman, Edna Plerson Hopkins. Mabel Irene Huggins, Wesley Herbert Tamison, Francis Hacker Jennings, .Margaret Arabell Jetmore, Edith Ce cilia Johnson. Chester Holmes Jones, Jessie Babb Jones, Rosella Kerr, Ger trude Kitchell, Wilhelmlna Katherine Llcht, Nora Millie McCarty, Helen M. McFarland. Janet Dow McMurtrie, William Maliory, R. Collamer March, Holmes Meade, John Francis Mitchell, Leo T. Mooney, Winifred Hale Myers, Flossie Newland, Carl Alfred Nord lund, Leila Norman, Clifford Nystrom, Edith Ogden, Leroy S. S. Ott, Grace Overmyer, Ethel Fay Owen, Lula Parr, Slargaret Pearson, Beuiah May Perkins, Hazel Everett Reed, Hale T. Ritchie, John Arner Robenson, Charles Junius Robinson, Nettle May Robin son, Mary Mabel Shelden, E. Ruby D. Sinnell, Lulu Virginia SJolander, Nellie Sophia Skinner, Bessie Charlotte Smith, Eugene G. Smyth, Harry Charles Snyder, Rebecca Mary Stan ley, Mary Elizabeth Sutherland, Wil liam Henry Thayer, Paul S. Tomson. M. Grace Walker, Harry H. Wardin, Roland Judson West, Philip Wright Whitcomb. Neta Mav White, Florence Inez Williams, Alice Bertie Wilson. Frances E. Winter, Gilbert L. Worley. nag Day Ia June 11. Governor Hoch today issued the fol lowing Flag day proclamation: State of Kansas. Executive Dept. The beautiful and patriotic custom of recognizing June 14 as the birth day of the American flag Is becoming more and more general. Our flag rep resents all that is good in human gov ernment. It typifies always human equality, liberty and Justice. To the oppressed of all lands it affords the Inspiration of hope; to the American at home and abroad the sight of it increases the heart beat and stirs pa triotic emotions. The children cannot too often be taught its significance and their young hearts led to love it. On this anniversary let it float from public buildings and private residences alike. Let it be displayed in church and school, for it i3 the emblem alike of civil and religious liberty. In testimony whereof, I have here unto subscribed my name and caused to be affixed the great seal of the state of Kansas. Done at the state capitol, In the city of Topeka, this 22nd day of May, A. D. 1906. Seal. E. W. HOCH, Governor. By the governor: J. R. BURROW, Secretary of State.. Devlin Creditors to Meet. A special meeting of the creditors of the C. J. Devlin estate in bankruptcy has been called for Monday, June IS, In the United States district court room at 11 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting is to consider the report of the creditors' committee appointed by the creditors at their meeting held In Topeka last December. The report contemplates the formation of some final holding company to take over the property out of bankruptcy. Count Zolsky Kertgns. St. Petersburg, May 23. Count Zolsky has been relieved of the presi dency of the council of the empire, or upper house of parliament, at his own request and on accont of ill health. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MEETING. Rock Island Makes Low Rate to Bos ton, Mass.. and Return. For Christian Science meeting, Bos ton. Mass., June 10th to 14th, the Rock Island makes a rate of one fare plus two dollars for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 31st to June 9th inclusive, limited to June 18th with privilege of extension to July l",th by depositing tickets with Joint agent, at Boston on or before June 18th, and the payment of one dollar Joint Agency fees. Special train of Pullman standard sleepers has been arranged for by the First Church of Kansas Citv. and will leave Kansas City Wednesday at 10:00 a, m. via Rock Island to Chi cago, thence Grand Trunk via Mon treal to Boston, arriving at Boston 7:30 a. m. Saturday, June 7th. Those desiring to accompanv the First Church special will leave Topeka at 8 a. rn., June 7th. Representatives of the Rock Island Bnd Grand Trunk lines will accompanv this special train through to Boston and personally look after the wants and comfort of all on board. Reservations in sleepers and all other Information relative to stop-overs, and boat ride on the St. Lawrence river through the Thousand Islands can be had on application to A. M. Fuller C P. A Topeka, Kan.; J. A. Stewart" Csen'l Agent. Kansas City. Low Rates to Boston and Return Santa Fe. ' For the dedication of the First church (scientist) at Boston June 10th and annual meeting American Medicai Association, the Santa Fe has made the extremely low rate of one fare plus J2.00 for the round trip, tickets on sale May 31st to June 9th, final limit of June ISth but by depositing ticket and payment of $1.00 can be extended to leave Boston as late as July loth, stop ever allowed at New York on return at slight additional cost on tickets routed that way. routed that way. for full information address T. L. KING, G. P. & T. A.. Topeka, "WHITE TERROR" IS DEAD. Famous Bad Horse Falls Into Hole in Street, Breaking His Neck. The Independent Telephone company is short one work horse as the result of a hole which caused the horse to make a misstep and in falling break Its neck. The driver had started to drive up Kansas avenue and the horse stumbled in a hole in the pavement and fell. The horse had a history of Its own as far as horse history is recorded, and was owned by B. F. Pankey and was his favorite riding animal when he was doing cowboy stunts on his ranch. Af ter he moved to the city and became a telephone magnate he sent for his rid ing horse, intending to teach it the ways of city life so that it might be used as a family driving animal. Here is where the friendship of Mr. Pankey and the animal ended, for it steadfast ly refused to be harnessed and become a beast of burden, and after several carriages, innumerable harness and a light delivery wagon or two had been rendered useless the attempt to city break the "critter" was given up as a failure. About this time Gleason, the horse tamer, arrived In the city and sent out calls for untamed steeds and among the offerings was "Jade," who was re christened the "White Terror from Wabaunsee county," and right well did the critter deserve the name. After repeated trials the animal acknowledg ed mankind as its master and to the day of Its tragic death in one of the holes of the Kansas avenue pavement has been guided by the hand of man without as much as a protest. THE CHINESE FUTURE. Where Will the San Francisco Popu lation Rebuild? Tan Francisco, May 23. The Chinese minister from Washington, Chentung Liang Cheng, escorted by Mayor Mott of Oakland, came to this city und called on Mayor Schmitz at the century club yesterday afternoon. The visit was brief and after the exchanging of a few compliments the Oriental diplomat was taken for un automobile tour of the burned and unburnod districts "of the city, to the temporary Chinese quarter near the Presidio and to Hunter's Point that he might view the site where it has been proposed to locate the new Chinatown. He had little to say on this proposition. In conversation with Mayor Mott. ex-Mayor Phelan, A. Ruef and President Wheeler of the University of California, who were of the party, the minister said that he wished his people would be content to scatter about the city but he had no idea that they would be willing to live other than to gether. As to their moving back to the old Chinese quarter, that was something on which he could give no expression. He remarked that there were forty Chin. :e merchants Who owned the ground on which their former buildings stood, and he supposed if they chose to rebuild and move Into the new struc tures that they would nave the right to do so. IS A BOGUS PAINTING. Prof. Moore, of Harvard, Attacks the Genuineness of Philip IV. New Tork, May 23. A dispatch to a morning paper from Cambridge, Mass., says: The "Velasquez" painting of Philip IV, now in possession of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, at a cost of $40, 000. is attacked again as a bogus by a critic very near home. Professor Charles H. Moore, Har vard's fine arts instructor, yesterday said to his class at Harvard: "The so-called Velasquez which is in our Boston museum of fine arts Is not by any means, in my opinion, the gen uine work of Velasquez. "Furthermore, the picture is not even one of Philip IV. The shape of the head in the authentic pictures of Philip IV is entirely different." Editor Appointed Police Commissioner. Boston, May 23. Stephen O'Meara, formerly editor of the Boston Journal, today was appointed police commission er of this city by Governor Guild. The office has been newly created. Small Chicago Fire. Chicago, May 23. The plant of the Chicago Woodenware company at Twenty-first and Sangamon streets was damaged by fire early today. One fire man was injured. The loss is $50,000. Travelers to California. Naturally desire to see the grandest and most impressive scenery en route. This you will do by selecting the Denver & Rio Grande System, "The Scenic Line of the World," on one or both directions as this line has two separate routes across the Rocky Mountains between Denver and Ogden. Tickets reading via this route are available either via its main line through the Royal Gorge, Leadville, over Tennessee Pass, through the Canon of the Grand River and Glenwood Springs, or via the line over Marshall Pass and through the Black Canon of the Gunnison, thus enabling the traveler to use one of the above routes going and the other returning. Three splendidly equipped fast trains are operated to and from the Pacific Coast, which carry through standard sleepers daily between Chicago, St. Louis, Denver and San Francisco. Din ing car (service a la carte) on all through trains. If you contemplate such a trip, let us send you beautifully illustrated pamphlets, free. S. K. Hoop er, G. P. & T. A., Denver, Col. Portlr-nd and the Northwest. To accommodate delegates and oth ers to meeting of the Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit Association, at Port land, June 25-29, 1906, the Union Pa cific has placed in effect the remark ably low rate of one fare for the round trip to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Bellingham. Everett. Vancouver. Vic toria and New Westminster. Tickets on sale June 18, 19, 20. 21, 22, 1906, with final return limit sixty days from date of sale. This route affords you a view of 200 miles along , the matchless Columbia River and an opportunity to visit Yel lowstone Park, by a side trip from Og den or Pocatello at rate of $49.50 which includes all rail and stage fare, also hotel accommodations beyond Yellowstone, Mont., for five and half days trip. Tours In the Rocky Mountains. The Denver & Rio Grande offers to the tourist and the transcontinental traveler the choicest resorts and the grandest scenery in Colorado, Utah ar.j New Mexico. This route has two sep arate and distinct lines through the Rocky mountains, all through tickets being available via either. The direct line to Cripple Creek, the greatest gold camp on earth. Three trains daily with through Pullman palace and tourist Fleeping cars between Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland, and Chicago, St. Louis and San Francis co. The best line to Utah. Idaho, Mon tana. Oregon and Washington via the "Ogden Gateway." Write S. K. Hooper, G. P. & T. A., Denver, Col., for illus trated descriptive pamphlets." i t i V it,' 1 1 W t M r Mi1' as u ti W u U AND- 1 1 MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS How to Answer Advertlsemeuts. Advertisements isnod In care ot 8 to to Journal, such aa "Address A. B. C, cere State Journal," or "Address Owner, car btate Journal" should be answered tn writing cnly. Write your answer ana niai cale State Journal or leave It at tr $tate Journal office. Do not ait tbe clerks in tbe Statu Journal ofnee to giv ou the came of the advertiser; tl xy can c!v thin Information. VrAXTED-miATIOXS. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up Y. M. C. A. Ind. tel. SOS or Jell tel. 907 red. We have a list of men and confidential references concerning them. T. M. C. A. Employment bureau. 107 E. run st. VA?EIM.EFXPA X EN WORTHY EMPLOYMENT CO." Those wanting reliable help of all kinds, should write, call or phone R. J. Kearney, manager. Ind. tel. 1684. Bell 1321. 509 Kansas ave. WANTED Solicitors, also man with rig. Room 11, 628 Kansas ave. WANTED. 40 men for work in city, immediately; wages $1.40 per day; also farm hands from $20 to $30 per month, with board. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT CO., 704 Kansas Ave. Third Floor. Bell Tel. 226. WANTED 50 good beet thinners for west. Transportation advanced, wages $7 acre. Cap. Emp. Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED Man and wife cook, $13 week. Cap. Emp. Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED An experienced meat cutter and groceryman. Roose Bros. WANTED Large, strong boy to learn a trade. Hail Lithographing Co. ,626 Jackson. MEN and boys wanted learn plumbing, plastering, bricklaying; special offer life scholarship $50. easy payments, position and union card guaranteed, free catalog. Coyne Bros., trade schools, N. Y., Chica go, St. Louis. r WAN VhZ' FirMi band.?, labrers, cooks. Kenworthy Lmoloyment Co., 509 Ka.isis ave. Ind. tel. 134. WANTED Man and wife N. Mexico hotel $40 mo., board and pass. Cap. Employ ment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WaaTED Berry pickers, every day. J. H. Wendell, 2 miles North Central ave. Tel. 4014. WANTED Man and wife for N. Mexico hotel. Cap. Emp. Agcy., Sll Kansas ave. WANTED 10 first class non-union mold ers and 2 coremakers. Good wages. Steady work. Address at once United Iron Works Company, lola, Kan. WANTED Sound young men for firemen and brakemeu, experienced unnecessary, high wages, rapid promotion to position of engineer or' conductor, hundreds of po sitions now open. For full particulars send name and address to National Railway Training association. Paxton block. Oma ha, Neb., or Ridge bldg., Kansas City.Mo. SALESMEN To sell our choice nursery stock; good wages paid; stock guaran teed true to name. For terms write the Knight Nurseries, Lawrence, Kan. WANTED Ftrst class arm waiters. Creamerie restaurant. WANTED Men to sell full line of hardy fruit and ornamental trees. Work full or part time, as you prefer. Pay weekly. Outfit free. Lawrence Nursery Co., Fort Madison, Ia. WANTED A good white woman for gen eral housework, small family, good wages. 615 Van Buren st. WANTED White woman for washing and ironing at 615 Van Buren st. WANTED Female cooks and dishwash ers. Kenworthy Employment Co., 509 Kansas ave. Ind. tel. 1614. WANTED Short order cook' $12 week. Cap. Emp. Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED Housekeeper at once, must have some experience on farm, family of four. Address George Stous, R. F. D. No. 6, Holton, Kan. WANTED A nurse girl and to assist in housework. 410 Harrison st. WANTED 1 chambermaid, 1 table wait ress. Fifth Avenue hotel. WANTED Girls for dish wiping, kitchen. Throop hotel. Apply to steward. WANTED AH kinds of female help. Ken worthy Employment Co., 5 )9 Kansas ave. Ind. tel. 10i4. . MADAME Dt'PRE Has opened French Lace Curtain Cleaning Parlors at S42 N. KANSAS AVE. WANTED Lunch counter girls and din ing room girls, $20 mo. and pass. Cap. Employment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED Oman cook, girl for washing pans and dining room girl. 201 E. Sth st. WANTED An experienced dressmaking seamstress at 91S Fillmore st. WANTED AGENTS. LADIES to travel, $S5 month, expenses, city $15 week. Call European hotel, room 30, Thursday. AGENTS wanted, best book. San Fran cisco earthquake, vast gallery pictures, "0 per cent commission, outfit free. Send 10c for postage. The Bible House, 325 Dear born st., Chicago. AGENTS, big combination box contains pile cure, scalp and skin ointments, ca tarrh and hay fever balm, corn salve, costs 25o. worth $1.50, profit 2(0 to 3 per cent. Mark W. Alien & Co. .Detroit, Mich. ACtEN'1 Health and accident agents wanted In Topeka; new plan; free medi cal attendance to members. See us at once. N. B. Campbell. 605 Kansas ave. WANTED 3 salesmen to sell spool cotton thread to the retail trade in Kansas. Will pay good salary and expenses to rierht parties. Yoursr men preferred. The Seott Thread Co.. Poplar Bluff. Mo. Ad dress branch office. El Paso. Tex. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. CAST OFF furniture! What are vou go ing to do with it? Trade it to G. H. Rowers for new. 423 Kansas ave.' Ind. tel. 953. WANTED To buv an Improved farm of 40 to 60 acres within 1 to 6 miles of To peka. Give' location and price. H. O. C, care Journal. WANTED SnSCELLAN EOUS. WANTED Piano and organ repair work by Geo. D. Butts, 921 E. 6th st. WANTED You to know S. E. Martin, M. D., cancer specialist, has removed to Keith block. S1'6 Kansas ave. Room 10, WANTED All kinds of ditching and pipe laying. I have 30 laborers. Work done promptlv. J. Asprulopulos, P. O. Box 721, N. Topeka. WANTED To buy at once, good rubber tire top buggy. Must be first class. Ad dress Z., care Journal. WANTED Horses to pasture, no barb wire, best grass, shade, running water. R I. Lee, 10th st. west. WANTED Well drilling any place in c'ty 75c ft. and case to bottom. A. Moore, 113 Kious st . Bell llta black. .. . . fVE PAY highest cash prices for your srnnA discarded clothing, shoes, hats. overcoats, etc. Drop postal or call M. Manson, 42o Kansas ave. WE pay highest cash prices for your cast off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats.Drop us a card or call Ind. sJ. 1E28. Abe Ja cobson. Bn Kansas ave. WANTED To insure you against both sickness and accident, and furnish you free medical attendance. See us at once about it. N. B. Campbell, 605 Kansas ave. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT: 1309 West 15th, cottage 4 rooms. 1109 Huntoon, 6 rooms, gas, bath. 1251 Polk, 6 rooms. 1111 Huntoon, 6 rooms, modern. 1256 West, 5 room cottage, cistern. 216 W. 6th, six 2d floor rooms. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W. Sixth St. FOR RENT A handsome modern 7 room (and bath) flat, finely finished ana dec orated, splendid location, corner lut'n and Buchanan: If interested in such flat, see me for satisfactory terms. H. R. Whittel se.v, cor. 2d and Madison sts. Bell. 8S0. Ind. 533. FOR RENT 8 room nouse, strictly mod ern arn, newly p:.pered. 150& Harri son st. Shawnee Agency, 534 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 7 room house with summer kitchen, large lawn, nice shade, natural gas for lighting and heating, rents $15 per onth. Bailey tiros. jo., ina. iei. yju . FOR RENT New house 8 rooms, modern. 1351 Fillmore st. FOR RENT 7 room residence 3 blocks west of postoffice. Ind. tel. 29S3. FOR REiT House E rooms and cellar. 1W w . I4tn sx. j-nuim iwA. FOR RENT 5 room modern flat. Peter Heinz, 212 E. Sth St. FOR RENT 6 room house 521 W. Sth St., electric light, gas, - city water, $18. In quire 523 W. Sth st. FOR RENT 6 room two story house 432 Lafayette st., $8 per month, fine water, good neighborhood. Room 5, Bank of Topeka Bldg. FOR RENT: IK Certar sit.. 2V4 blocks northeast of the Santa Fe shops. it. u. auAin, Ind. 1418. E26 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT A good houses in the shop district, toee ri. es. uay oc vu., sna jvhu- sas ave. FOR RENT: 607 Buchanan at., fine 12 room modern house, 2 bath rooms. 65 feet front, large trees, large barn. $35 per month. 1412 W. 7th St., new house of 5 rooms. $15 per month. 2a.. :n J &j e, c .cj., Opposite Postoffice. t Both .Phones 444. FOR RENT My home furnished for sev eral months. N. W. cor. 12th and Polk st. FOR RENT: Room for housekeeping second floor on Kansas ave. 622 Chandler st.. $7.00. W. S. BERGUNDTHAL, 117 West Seventh St. FOR RENT New 6 room cottage 1520 Van Buren st, A. M. Leslie, li'M xopeica ave. Both phones 15S6. FOR RENT 7 room residence 2 blocks west of postoffice. Has new bath fix tures. S. Barnum, 328 Harrison st. FOR RENT 5 room house. Inquire at 234 N. Locust st. TO It RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Unfurnished housekeeping rooms, 1215 Clay St., 1st floor. Ind. phone 3052. FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 61S Mon roe. Gentlemen preferred. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern, 1 or 2 gentlemen. 1305 Harrison st. i FOR RENT Furnished rooms, light and airy, modern. 825 Quincy st. FOR RENT Modern furnished room 420 W. 7th st. Call p. m. or evenings. FOR RENT Furnished room for 2 people. Modern. 717 Van Buren St. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 311 Madison st. FOR RENT Furnished front room near transfer station, $6. Box 229, city. FOR RENT 4 unfurnished rooms for housekeeping on 1st floor, in modern house. Call noon or after 6 o'clock at 205 E. Sth St. SELECT rooms at European hotel. 4th and Kans. ave. Everything new, 1st class. FOR RENT 2 rooms, 10th and Kansas ave., N. W. corner. Both phones 16. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT A store room 26 by 50 feet, new, at 916 Kansas ave. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE One fine driving team. 1334 N. Kansas ave. FOR SALE 75 baby chicks. 83S3 Ind. tel. W. 10th St. FOR SALE 1st class milk cow. R. H. Baker, 624 Kansas ave. FOR SALE A very fine folding bed at half price. Call at 420 Van Buren st. FOR SALE Stock and fixtures 211 Kan sas ave., at onco. Call 31k E. 4th st. FOR SALE A nice runabout, only used six months, $30 gets it. Call 1107 Western ave. or 107 W. Sth st. FOR SALE Anything in new or second hand furniture at G. H. Bowers & Sons, 423 Kansas ave. Give them a call. Ind. tel. 958. FOR SALE Folding bed, cheap, at 427 Monroe st. FOR SALE Horse, cheap, 113 W. 5th St. FOR SALE An organ, piano and bed roomsulte. 413 Kansas ave., 2nd floor. W. E. Sequlne. Ind. Tel. 1179. FOR SALE Folding bed. new dressers Iron beds, china closet, at once. 622 Van Buren st. . FOR SALE Loose hay by the ton. J. E. Pottinger, Bell tol. 227. FOR SALE Quick Meal gas stove. 2 seat canopy top buggy, 4 gas lamps. 1409 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Square piano, $25. Geo.' D. Butts, 921 E. 6th at. FOf, SALE REAL ESTATE. DO YOU WANT EITHER OF THESE In western Kansas? ' 160 a. fine wheat land. U per a, ' ' 320 acres Arkansas bottom, 100 acres good farming land, balance pasture, $2.50 per acre. 640 acres wheat land with living spring and stream, $5 per acre, five miles to county seat. - - , 640 aeres 1 mile to siding, all nice and smooth, but 75 acres, $6.25 per acre. We have quite a number bargains just now and if you want a good thing in in vestment see us at once. H. S. DAY & CO., 509 KANSAS AVE. TOPEKA,- KAN. GOOD HOUSE, Almost new 6 room house, in good location, Tyler street, nearly 2 lots, piped for gas, plumbed for bath. Non-resident owner says sell Quick. Need money. Reason able offer gets it. PARTNERSHIP REAL ESTATE CO., PHONES: Ind. 972. BELL 1351 RED. OFFICE 107 W. FIFTH ST. FOR SALE: Fruit and dairy farm at Grover station, 11 miles east of Topelta, fair improve ments, on proposed Kansas City electric line, $5(i0 cash, balance $350 a year. Six rooms Taylor St., east front, near Bethany, only $230 cash, balance payments. Ten rooms, fine, West 6th St., corner, for a little more than the ground is worth, on ly $300 cash required, balance payments. Lot on Madison, near shops, only $150. 640 acres Trego county, near Wa Keeney, cheap, on payments. Six corner lots on Washburn car line, for only $1,600. Ten acres close in W. 10th ave., cheap. Fine building site on Clay st. and Western ave. for $50 cash, balance monthly. Three rooms Lawrence sr., H4 lots, for $50 cash, balance monthly. Five acres garden land Oakland. F. J. BROWN, 17 Columbian Bldg. Ind. Phones 1240 & S30. Bell 1336 Black. GREAT SNAP! GREAT SNAP! Six room modern cottage, two lots, west side, 2 blocks from state house, at less than the lots are worth. BARNES REAL ESTATE CO., Fifth and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE A fine, large, handsome.brlck suburban home of seven rooms, three lots, all modern conveniences, large new barn, with sheds. Must sell cheap. You are dealing with the owner and will save real estate agent's profits. Address Own er, care Journal. FOR SALE Small frame cottage 127 N. Monroe st. Submit offer. Eastman & Lakin, 115 W. 6th ave. WESTLAWN Is getting to be a familiar word. Isn't It? YOU'D BETTER WAKE UP. Can't offer such modern house bargains very long. No stores, no shops, nothing but houses. THE STRAUSS AGENCY, Sole Agents. 107 East Seventh St. FOR SALE Cheay, 160 a. good farm only 54 miles from Topeka. in. A. JV1. sraitn, 609 Kansas ave. REAL ESTATE. Care and rental of farms, dwellings and business properties given best attention; 15 years' business In this building. Cor respondence solicited. J. E. Torrington, Stormont Bldg., 109 W. Sixth St., Tel. 22S; 1362 red. FOR SALE A bargain this week : My res idence at 1015 Monroe St., also i iota on Lincoln and 14th St. FOR SALE On payments, 5 acres fine garden land, Oakland, near tbe car line and woolen mill, immedoate possession. F. J. Brown, 17 Columbian bldg. FOR SALE lLSCr:LLANEflUS. FOR SALE Gasoline stove and oven, in good condition; 3 large burners, $3.50. 1027 Garfield ave. FOR SALE Good pony cart cheap. Call afternoon or evening at 615 Morris ave. FOR SALE Good work team horses, wide tired wagon. 429 Ash st. mo. tel. 4m. FOR SALE Four burner Quick Meal gas oline stove, has been used one year. Will sell for half price on account of put ting in gas. Inquire 1104 Tyler St. FOR SALE Hardware stock, will Invoice about ten thousand dollars, In a pros perous, county seat town, in western Kan sas, (jooa Dusiness ana gooa town, par ties wishing to engage in business wiu ao well to investigate. Address E. N. S care Topeka State Journal. FOR SALE Barn at 700 Topeka ave. In quire Frank Adams, 1011 Topeka ave. FOR SALE: Tnro fine uorie'nt outside glass show cases. Cost $90 each. Will sell for $50 ea ' WARREN M. CROSBY & CO. THE CHEAPEST place on earth to buy new and second hand furniture is at G. H. Bower & Sons. 423 Kansas ave. Ind. tel. 958. FREE, week's treatment. Balm of Figs, a positive cure for ladies' ills. Office 108 E. 6th. Mrs. Battey, mgr. 1.000 BUSINESS CARDS, $1. Guaranteed. Bee samples. Trapp, printer. 71 Ks. v. I HAVE GOOD BARGAINS IN 8UR reys, top buggies, runabouts and spring wagons. Call and see them. Repairing, cainting, trimming and rubber tires. E. G. KINLEY. Repository 118 W. Sth. 424-428 Jackson St. 600 BILLHEADS, $1.00. Trapp quality. Don't let the other printer tell you what these are. Come and see. Trapp, printer, 714 Kansas ave. FOR SALE The Old Reliable Fart Mall pump and a good line of cheap pumps, roofing and tinwork. All work guaran teed. Rinner & Warren, 327 Kansas ave. MISCELLANEOUS. USE tho "Silver Lear" brand pickles, Tin egar, mince meat, etc. Otto Kvehn Preserving Co 'Phone 300. TjOTANTJPOUXT LOST On Saturday evening In runaway between the daisy field and Baughman s Ice cream factory, a gray cloth covered buggy cushion and yellow buggy whip. Finder please return to W. I. Miller Lum ber Co., or call by phone No. 204 and get reward. LOST A small gold pin set with purple enameled C. "Return to 410 Madison st. for reward. LOST Friday at ball game a bill book . : 1A Kill. anA nclntl Return to 200Vi W. 6th for reward. LOST One large white and brindle spot ted bull doe. name Qus. Reward. W. S O'Brien. 425 Buchanan street. Phone 6404 Ind. FOUND The best place in the city to get your shoes repaired. THE FITWELL SHOE CO., 515 KANSAS AVE. Do the beet shoe repairing and at the low est prices. Work called for and delivered. TRY THEM ONCE. IND. TEL. 1039. JTAJLORS I. GILBERO, artistic tailor, Oopeland ho tel. Corner 9th and Kansas ave. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. CHEAP. FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS. 376. 378, 3S0, 3S2, 384. SS6 Grand avenue, Norton's addition. 70S, 710 Topeka avenue. Walnut Grove add. 4S, 50 Evelyn St., Holman's add. JONATHAN THOMAS. FOR SALE Now is your opportunity. Homes far below cost of building, one fourth cash, balance in monthly pay ments. 449 Sumner ave., B room and stable. 4o3Sumner ave., 6 rooms fine4 stable. 471 Ohio ave., 5 room and stable. 473 Ohio ave.. 5 rooms. 477 Ohio ave., 6 room anl stable. 317 Liberty St., 5 rooms. SI 9 Liberty St., 6 rooms. 333 Liberty St., 3 rooms. B?2 Chand'er St., 4 rooms. 725 Chandler St.. 7 rooms and stable. 700 Lake St., 7 rooms. 704 Lake st., 2 rooms and stable. 1112 Lime St., 3 rooms. JONATHAN THOMAS. I GEO. M. NOBLE & CO., REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE. Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE. WHY NOT Ask us to show you some of our bargains in houses, cottages and vacant lots? Phone 738 'and we will do the balance. C. G. BLAKELY & CO., Central National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE: Two B-room cottages on Morris ave., 1H lots each, all in a No. 1 condition. Can be bought on a small cash payment down and balance like rent. A splendid new 7 room house near Pot win station, all modern, $3,000; little cash, balance payments. 5 room house, 1 lots, W. 6th St., good condition, $250 cash, balance like rent. Call us up and let us show you some of our many bargains. BAILEY BROS. CO. Ind. Tel. 990. FOR SALE: Two new 4 room cottages, just finished, vestibule, pantry, outbuildings, l lots, west side. $150 cash, balance montnly. F. J. BROWN, 17 Columbian Bldg. FOR SALE The prettiest 5 acre tracts near city, close in on W. 6th st. macadam road. For prices and terms inquire at 700 Lane st. FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE OR RENT This week only. 8 r. house 1110 Polk, barn, cement cel lar, soft and city water in sink and yard. Rent $24. Vacant. Inquire 935 K.A. Ind. 2614. $100,000 to loan on city property and Ok lohama farms. Betzer Realty and Loan Co., Room 2 Columbian bldg. MONEY LOANED on any good security. N. B. Campbell, 605 Kansas ave. MONEY to loan livestock, pianos, orgaoii, household goods, personal security. W. E. Segulne. 413 Kansas ave. Ind. tel. 1171. MONEY TO LOAN on live stock, pianos, organs, typewriters, household goods and ternnnl leecuHtv. T,. Btroe. U23 Kan. ft" TO Whom It May Concern: Be It known that my application is now on file in the office of the probate court of Shaw nee county, Kansas, asking for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors according to law at No. 501 Kansas avenue, in the Fourth ward of the city of Topeka, Shaw nee county, state of Kansas. Hearing la set for the 29th day of May, 1906, at 9 a. m. CLARENCE F. YOUNG. NJJRSERTES CENTRAL Park Nursery, 1425 Fillmore st. Seasonable cut flowers. Canna, pansy and salvia plants. Ind. tel. 939. TORSES CT TTTFT. HORSES CLIPPED! HOR3E3 CLIPPED! HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIV ERED. ARTHUR MA8SKT, 11 West S'xth St. THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR. DR. ACKLEY. THE WOMAN'S Doc tor. (13 Junction bldg.. Kansas City. ICo. E5IPLOYIENT AGENCIES. J. C. DOLMAN, 531 Kansas avenue, em ployment and real estate agent. Help of all kinds wanted. If you need help call Ind. tel. 613. JPAPRCLEAXTNG HAVE your wall paper cleaned, save the expense of repairing. Cowell Bros., window, house and carpet cleaners. Tele phones 34341307 red. 711 W. 1st St. JSTOJJAG1& MERCHANTS TRANSFER STORAGE Co., parka, chips and stores household goods. Tel. 156. Clarence Skinner. 61 Quincy- at. VTfOiLJSAXERS. THE CCJUtiMLIN HaKDWAKIS (JO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools, 706 Kan sas ave. Tel. 808. CARPET CLEANING. J. K. PETRICK & SONS, upholstering and carpet cleaning. 93il Kansas av. DENTISTS. G. P. ASHTON, DENTIST. Can be found in the front rooms, second floor, of the northwest corner of Sth and Kansas ave. LEGAL. i-rjjsi. puoiisneva m The Tope&a Journal May 23, 19u6.J PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the District Court of Shawnee County. State oi Kansas: 011 Well Supply Company of Pittsburgh, vs. K. N. Burr and Malvla Edwards, copartners doing business under the firm name and style of E. N. Burr & Company, and Edward N. Burr, defend antsNo. 23,SiiS. The State of Kansas to the above named Said defendants, E. N. Burr and Malvin h n TX7 a Trt a j . , . j 'r-'""' "I'aiLuna, uomg ousme&s un- oer the firm name and style of E. N. Burr & t nmnonu I - a -w- . . . each of tnem will take notice that they have been sued In the district court of bhawnee county. Kansas, by said plaln pfrV k h!lDWeli Supply Company of -- ,.B, rcmiayu-ania, a corporation, fT ,.uu.ra o Flv Hundred Dollars (Joou.) with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of March, 19, and that said defendants must answer plaintiff's petition on or be S 'J1? of July, 19u6, or said pe- r!nrt Ji taken tr"e- and judgment h,V j . iay"1 w piainim against sad fh"ant? for said sum and costs, and Shawnee An 1 A"B .. OI Af W X. ' re,lnl upon unaer an or S . 5 a issued in said action be T,,'j ,u i',ut inereot applied to- cost! Pa'mnt of said judgment and (Seal.) Clerk of the Di Jric'St of Shawnee Count v. BofADrttMCoTarVLSO-N' Clerk GLEED, WARE & GLEED, Attorneys for Plaintff. MANtTFA CTTTRERS. - K (I W I V I FT ,"lU.faClrr 1pa, n'U kinds o k5t . rdoc. (aat w-n 1W TV 8,h . euvry PHYSICIANS. AND SURGEONS. IpA C. SlKNEsTMTSr " ' OfTi no "me v . u 2 9a7' Of'oe hours: S a. m. to J""" residence, and InT ISIS office if??' "AYDJCN. Jeweler and Opt; clan. Com -lets stock of watches, dia- rJ ? etc Eyes exatnlned anil snftacle properly flttod. as Monroe st. Conducted by reirular practicing physicians and surgeonaMed "eri1 fr' Medicine free In "rna cases. Office hours ! to I p. n Calls answered night or day. Ind. tel. UU J55yclesXntrepairino. ....-.uiimu uicycies.suppiice. repairs. THE r rAT iir. flLT. Saraps.braeB and aluminum trade checks. Prices low. Catalog free. Tel. U.J! ,PBNVFLI 'uneral director anu TiT"? 81, cla" e'-rlce. reason Me PHcoft. 611 Quinrrr gt. Both ti 19' MOWERS ground, factory process. 76c. Tel. 503. Howard's new place. 710 Kan. av. FLORISTS. 4. C. RODMAN, tojoomlnff biitnti.rut tlfi. rs, palms, designs, decorations, fM Kaa. v. Phone 7. Greenhouse 12th and Won. CARPENTERS AND BUTLDERS. N. W. MULL, General Contractor and Builder. Job work done quickly and neatly. Bhon 124 vV . Sth st. Ind. Tel. 1004. M. C. PLANK and Wiscombe. general contractors. 404 Quincy. Both phones: Bell 431, Ind. 1528. J. C. WILSuN, contractor and builder Job work promptly done. 120 B, Stn at. Ind. tel. 124. STALLIONS. ARENA 16106, trotting record S:U-1i. Tho to Insure. Dr. Prltchard, 1117 Kan. ave. EQUITY 2:23V4, sire of three in the 2:1 J list. Barn No. L fair grounds. Geo. Farish. AIRLOOM 0634. 2:16V4, Nicole, the Perch eon stallion and Jack Big John are mak ing season at 112 Quincy st. B, E. Cowd- rey. H. O Curnett, attendant. JPAVTNO CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK & PAVING CO., 118 W. 8th st. Mfgra. at butidlng, paving and sidewalk brick. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN. Patent Attorney, 42 K.aa as ave.. TopeKa. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ROCK ldi-AND bVUXEM TUaill 'XA-UL&. iOfHiKA, KAN. The "Right Road" To and From and U6twfpn MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CITT VORT WORTH PEORIA ml ORAUO tSPGS MEMPHIS FiKfOVEK ST.. LOUIS TCiiHA CHICAGO itvecTIVE MARCH 25, ISC ALL EFFh.'- TRAINS DAILY. EASTBOUND. Leave. No, No. No. No, No. No, No, loTcal. & CnJcalfi-'tg.-. :55 am ffHIcolorado & iv. C. Flyer S: ara iiUcolorado & St. Louis Ex....S: pro i-,?'.. Worth & Chicago n s -as Kf? iiUcolorado & St. Louis Ex....S: pro gZrort Worth & Chicago Ex.S;S5 p it-Golden fata to Ltd.... 6:33 pm iCawE3f BOU&D? 8:00 tIa 1WK. c. & 'te,,ETVj Mao OT . . Arrive. No. No. Zst: Joe & Topeka Ex 7:56 pnl UNION PACIFIC EASTBOUND. Arrive. No 102 Limited 7:00 ara No lu6 K. C. local passenger 8:15 am No 104-Atiantic Express !:W pm NO.107-K. C.-Salina Ex .... ... .....10:45 am No. 103 uenvci vjoov iu..ii:ca am No 105 Junction City local pass.. 6:S5 pm No! 101 Limited ...... .............. 8:00 pm Dally except Sunday. All others daily. ; MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLE. tDally Except Sunday.l . SOUTHBOUND. No. 310 Passenger to Ft. Scott.... !: pm No. 392 Freight 7: am NORTHBOUND. Nl'. 809 Passangur from Ft. Scott. J:5 pr Bs: iKhc cickasha ex:::::: ,;g NO. state Ltd n S im S2- uChteSo & Ft. Worth Ex. 1:S5 p Ji " Louis & Colorado Ex.. 1:40 pm "-0- iZSolorado Flyer 11:12 pm No. 9--oluNoRTHBOUND. at Joe & Topeka Ex 8:4o pra -2' Silt: Joe & Topeka Ex g;oi am No. 64 ot. '"..(.. .u Bx jok- u