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'TOFEJZA DAILT SATS " - JOimirAI' THURSDAY v 'EVEITinQ, OCTOBEB 11, 1903.
N J' 3 r k& 'IB -ISISCILLWEOES ADS. REAL E8TATE TRANSFERS. V. L. Botsford to J. Hamilton, lots 679, 6--1 and 63 Branner St., orch ard. Place sub-div 1 J. A. Wiiey to H. W. Linilerman, lots 16, 17, IS and 20 Orchard St., Hart sock's sub-div 1,700 J. H. Ciaybo-rne to same, lots 21, 22 and 23 Orchard St., Hurtsoek's sub div 1 W. L. Osborne and wife to S. M. Ev ans, part N. K. 23-11-16 190 J. Skidmore to L. Heck, hits 393. 395, 397 and 399 Strait ave., J. W. Mor ris' add 200 I. E. Lock to P. Mahoney, lot 234 Jefferson St., Hollid:ty's add 2,200 J. W. Doron and wife to L. Heck, lots 708, 7', 7K 711. 712 and 713 J. W. Doron's Walnut Park sub div 330 N. Parr and wife to M. Hass. part of the N. E. M 4-11-13. $3,900 G. M. Crawford and wife to L. Als dorf, lot 235) Adams St., Holl!day-s add 1,100 M. C. Hotigham to R. C. Bund, lot 149 Clay st 1.450 C. W. Siieppard to G. W. Sheppard, lots S5, &7 and Si) Redden ave., Eu clid Park add 2,500 H. F. Blanchard and wife to E. Ho ley, lots 812 to fx inclusive. Golden ave., block F, Hill's sub-div 1,3i F. Lockhart and wife to Z T. Fitz gerald, lots 4"9. 411 and 413 Quincy St., Paramore's 1st add 850 WAVTFT) TTT ITTOXI WHPV vnn want tr h!r fl man OT boy. call up Y. M. C. A. Ind. tel. or rseu 1. 907 red We nave a list or men aim refefences concerning them. Employment bureau, 9th. and confidential T, M. C. A. Quincy sts WANTED MALE HELP. WAM'fcU-i'i.n clasa Cre&;nerie restaurant. "WANTED Men for sugar heet factory in Colorado, wages $2.10 and up. Capital Employment Agcy., 811 Kansas ave. WANTED A boy or man to do chores on a small place a short distance out. Ap ply to Chivers'. WANTED A good, steady, honest errand boy. Apply to Chivers' Topeka Steam dye works. WANTED Laborers sugar beet factory western Kansas, wages 25c hour. Cap. Employment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED An experienced gas fitter at 219 W. 6th st. Lockowitz. -WANTED A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED DRt GOODS CLERK. ONE THAT IS ESPE CIALLY GOOD IN UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY CAN COMMAND A GOOD SALARY. J. E. CROCKETT & CO., TOPEKA, KAN. $15.25. Chicago ami Return tla Rook Island. Ticketa on sale Oct. 13 and 14. Lim ited for return Oct. 22. Low Oue-Way Rates. To many points In California. Ore gon, Washington from via Union Pa cific, every day from August 27 to Oct. 31. 1906. $20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City, to Butte. Anaconda and Helena. $22.50 to Pendleton and Walla Walla, to Spokane and Wenatchee Wash. $25.00 to San Francisco, Lob An geles, San Diego and many other Cali fornia points; to Everett, Fairhaven, Whatcom, Vancouver, Victoria and Astoria; to Ashland. Roseburg, Lu tene, Albany and Salem via Portland; to Portland, or to Tacoma and Seattle' fend to many other points. Inquire of F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agent, of J. C. Fulton. Depot Agent. "TTow to Make Good Roads." Ih the title of a pamphlet distributed free by the Union Pacific on the proper building and maintenance of country roads. It describes at length the Fplit log drag for grading and surfacing and 16 points out tne remrkatile results and benefits which will accrue to the farm er who uses it. Inquire of E. L. LOMAX, Gen. Pass. Agent Union Pacific R R Co., Omaha, Neb. V Low Rates Via Union Pacific. -.,.". $26.M to Ojden or Salt Lake City and J v return, first and third Tuesdays. June Yto Noveiaber, inclusive. J'' I30.C3 to Ogden or Salt Lake City and return, every day, to September 30. $34.30 to Helena and Butte and return, first and third Tuesdays. June to No vember, inclusive. Inquire of F. A. Lewis. city ticket agent, 625 Kansas avenue, or J. C Ful ton, depot agent, above result. Home Visitors' Excursions, Santa Fe. On October 19th the Santa Fe will sell tickets to points in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan. New York. Kentucky. West Virginia, Ontario and Pennsylvania. The territory includes the more Im portant points such as Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Fort Wayne, EvansviHe. Indianapolis, Log ansport, Louisville, Niagara Falls, Parkersbnrg. Springfield, Toledo. To ronto, Wheeling and many other points. For full information address T. L. KING, Agent. Topeka. Go to New York on the Ih!jh. Double Track Scenic highway. Con. Beets at Buffalo or Niagara Fall with sll lines from the west. Write Passen ger Department, Lehigh Valley R. R.. &A8 South Clark street. Chicago. I1L Los Angeles, San Francisco and Other California Point $25.00 Santa Fe. Tickets on sale dally commencing August 27th to Oct. '.fist. Good in Tourist Sleeping cars and free Chair cars. Chicago and Return $15.25 Via Santa Fe. Tickets on sale Oct. 13 and 14, final sait returning Oct. 22. WANTED A good real estate hustler with hotee and baggy. Address Hust ler, care Journal. WANTED Boarders and roomers at 31 ' Monroe st. - WANTED Man and wife for work nbout house .and barn, good wages to experi enced persons. 703 Taylor St. WANTED At Billard farm, 2 miles N. E. of city, 12 men or boys to dig sweet potatoes. . - " . WANTED At once, blacksrmth and help er at 213 E. 6th st. J. A. Bedwell. WANTED 15 carpenters for sugar beet factorv west, 4'"c hour; transportation furnished. Cap. Emp. Agcy., Sil Kan. ave. TO TAILORS Wanted a good bushelman at Chivers. WANTED Boys with bicycles at good wages. Intiuire 621 Kansas ave. WANTED Plumbers' helper, : one with" some experience in pipe fitting. W. Wells, 12Mi Mulvane s't. WANTED Experienced shoe salesman. Good posi tion for right man. JONES DRY GOODS CO. AGENTS to write accident and health in surance for Bankers' Accident Co., of Des Moines. Call Mr. Lunger, National hotel, or write 312 Kansas City Life bldg., Kansas City, Mo. WANTED 2 good steady men for perma nent position. Apply to 702 Jackson st. SALESMEN To sell our choice nursery stock, good wages paid; stock guaran teed true to name. For terms write the Knight Nurseries, Lawranoe. Kan. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Two dining room girls at the Fifth Avenue hotel. WANTED Experienced marker and as sorted Mutual Laundry Co., 3d-Quincy. WANTED An experienced white giri for housework, best wages. .703 Taylor st. WANTED Ten girls at Otto Kuehne's preserving works. WANTED Experienced waitresses for Texas, $22.50 mo., board, room and pass. Capital Emp. Agcy., Sll Kansas ave. WANTED Girl for general housework at once. 41 Tyler St. WANTED An experienced saleswoman. References required. Address X. X. X-, cure Journal. WANTED A girl to press skirts and lin ings at Chivers', a steady Job for the winter. LADIES, use Triumph pills for menstrual disorders. Always reliable and effective. A faultless remedy, free. National Med. Institute, Milwaukee, Wis. WANTED A woman that wants to learn to make vests. Call at I. Gilberg, Cope land hotel, basement. WANTED Good woman 2d cook. $37.50 mo. Cap. Emp. Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED Girl for general housework at once. S4 a week. S01 W. 6th at. WANTED Experienced housekeeper, wo man capable of taking charge of home, small family, good wages to right party. Add. Mrs. B. B. Sharon, 101S Tyler st. WANTED MISCELLAXEOT7S. I pay highest cash prices for your cast off clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop a card or call Ind. tel. 1573. Bell tel. 200. G. Gordon,: 435 Kansas ave. WANTED Horses suitable for delivery wagons, must be sound and wt. 1100 to 1200 pounds. Mutual Laundry, 3d and Quincy. WANTED Good second hand furniture, carpets and matting. See A. L. Bowers, 904 E. 4th st. Residence tel 3831 Ind. WANTED The use of a horse for its keep, good feed and care taken of it. Ap ply to Chivers' Topeka steam dys works. WANTED Car load fresh milk cows to ship to Mexico, Jerseys. Holsteins and all "ood fresh or coming fresh cows. So4 Kansas ave. WANTED To rent a barn, must be close In and have good floor. Address, by letter, "Automobile," care State Journal. WANTED You to know S. E. Martin. M. D , cancer specialist, has removed to Keith block, SIS Kansas ave. Room 10. WE pay highest cash prices for your east off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop us a card or call Ind. tel. 1533. Abe Jacob son, 500 Kansas ave. -WANTED Highest price paid for veal calves at THE WILLIAM GREEN GROCERY CO FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms. 512 Quincy st. Modern. FOR RENT Nicely furnished large front room suitable for two. House all mod ern. 921 Topeka ave. FOR RENT 3 rooms furnished or unfur nished for housekeeping. S. C. B., Journal. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, $5 and 31 per month. 313 Quincy st. FOR RENT Strictly modern, nicely fur nished rooms. Just what you want for winter. Ills Kansas ave. Phone Dly 'i. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, one for light housekeeping. 61S Monroe St. FOR RENT Furnished room in modern house near Washburn. Room, Journal. FOR RENT 435 Tyler st, furnished room strictly modern, suitable for 2 gentle mem. First class board next door. FOR RENT Large front room in modern house. Call at baa Topeka ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, furnace heat, bath, bowl, closet. 523 Van Bu- ren st. - FOR RENT 3 rooms, all modern conven iences, ilo . Cm st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light nouseiteeping .ill Madison st. FOR RENT- Modern furnlshad rooms for gentlemen. 717 Topeka ave. Tel. 799. FOR RENT HOrsTES. FOR RENTTOTWetTrnaveTTr modern, gas. $25.00. Shawnee Agency, 534 Kansas ave FOR RENT 6 room house 132S Tyler st. FOR RENT 7 room house, gas, bath, cis tern. 1130 Polk st. P'hone 16. HOUSE FOR RENT. i room house, city water, gas, cistern, neat and clean. Rents $15. No. 134 Western ave. - LUTHER C. BAILEY, Phone 990 2. FOR RENT Home of five rooms, good repair, 1?3 Emmett st. Inquire next door iH-U I. II. F.R RENT S room house and barn 1229 x ciiLiaj e., aiso room nouse and bam 1170 Grand ave. A. P. Wilson, 413 ""s ave. .Born pnones 13S4. P"5.rR?:,NJrheap- nlce 7 room cottage. i-L . ALii. uraa, cistern. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. GET IN WE'RE GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR- ... YOU CAN'T TAKE THE ELEVATOR OUTSIDE THE BUILDING. , ' ' "' -AFTER IT GOES UP, AND STAYS UP, YOU'LL HAVE TO WALK IF YOU -iO . UP. SEE? , : . That's slang, but it expresses the home-owning proposition in Topeka.V .-Ground, floor means "NOW." "Elevator going up" means , that your property, :is-rising. In value. If you don't buy "NOW" you won't get the rise, will you?, '. . . Know Topeka is growing fat, don't you? Want to quit paying rent, if it's cheaper to own a home of your own, don't you? Want to sell that home a a' profit some day, don't you? Want to live comfortably while you're waiting, don't you ? . Then buy in WESTLAWN. IN THREE MONTHS you will have'to jay more for lots there than you do now; in SIX MONTHS you'll have to take the leavings; in TWELVE MONTHS you won't get anything there at all unless you get it from the other fellow, who thought quicker than you did, and at his price. Just a few points of advantage: The last tract of land that can ever be developed and sold so near in; nothing but modern homes;no rented houses; no stores; no shops; no livery stables; no nar row streets: no houses nearer the streets than others: no high taxes; no 'lack of' conveniences; no further out than you can walk in fifteen minutes. " Lota ranging from $275 to $500; several houses now finished, $3,100 to $5,00". These houses are ready to move into, all painted and papered, with all conveniences. If you want to do your own building, all you have to do is to put up a, house costing at least $2,000. In Westlawn Annex a little less, if you wish, . Over 20 houses already built; only about fifty sites in all; 20 more houses in the next few months. If you wait, where will that put. you? If you, don't, see how much more your place will be worth. . - - . , . , , j. Call at home of Manager Lytle, 908 Lane, or call up ',. . .. THE STRAUSS AGENCY,- . . ' - . (Sole Agents.) ... 107 E. SEVENTH ST. . .. INT). TEL. Iff. HORSES $350 worth of horses; will trade for vacant lots that are worth- money. Will pay some difference. - . .' , . What have you to trade? - -- ; BENEDICT 627 KANSAS IND. TEL. 97. HAVE MOVED MY OFFICE TO 113 WEST SIXTH ST. IND. PHONE 1428. BELL 1369 RED. Please note changes In your Tele phone Book.) DAVID L. LAKIN. . 113 WEST SIXTH AVE. FOR SALE: Four lots at the corner of Green St. and Indiana ave., Oakland, east front, on car line, only $425 326 Arter ave., 5 rooms, 3 lots, $1,000. P. C. Moore, office corner Wabash and Indiana ave., Oakland. FOR SALE 5 room modem cottage, good property; owner leaving city. 409 B. 10th. FOR SALE 6 best east front lots Indiana ave.. Highland Park. $250. P. C. Moore, Oakland, Kan. Ind. tel. 3951., GEO. it. NOBLE & CO., REAL ESTATE. LOANS. INSURANCE. Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE. FOR SALE Good 6 room house in fine shape. Owner leaving city. 505 E. 6th St. FOR SALE Residence and 4 lots 723 West Sixth st. Part cash. Mrs. C. C. Baker, premises. FOR RENT- HPESKS.. FOR RENT 5 room new cottage 16th St. ana w asnDurn ave. inquire xw Quincy. FOR RENT A snap, If rented soon, 7 room house. H. S. Day .& Co., 513 Kan sas ave. Bell phone 1506. FOR RENT 4 room house In Highland park, $6 month, l1 blocks from car line. Telephone J. Chubb, Ind. tel. 2671. FOR RENT A comfortable dwelling at S21 Fillmore St., steam heat, natural gas and electric light, modern plumbing. See G. A. Morse. Hall Lithographing Co. ' FOR RENT: S room modern house, furnished. Will make special price to right party. S. A. SCOTT, 615 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT Modern 8 room house at 1321 Tyler St., good Darn. J. Thomas Lum bei Co.. 213 W, cth St. -- . - FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT 2 office rooms, steam heat. hot and cold water, suitable for doctor or dentist. Inquire Cremerie restaurant. FOR RENT 8 rooms, 5 acres, 2 miles out and A mile to car. Ind- tel. 3212. FOR RENT Desirable modem 7 room flats S27 Tyler st. Inquire 906 Quincy st. FOR RENT Barn, 3 stalls. 77 W. 6th St. FOR RENT Store room and basement. Inquire room 20, Veal block. FOR RENT Store building at 132 Kansas ave.. after Sept. 15. Now occupied by the Symms Grocery Co. Inquire Thomas Lum ber Co.. 213 W. 6th st. FOR PALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, loose or baled. F. A. Titus, Ind. tel. 8783. I HAVE GOOD BARGAINS IN SUR reys, top buggies, runabouts and spring wagons. Call and see them. Repairing, painting, trimming and rubber tires. E. G. KINLEY. Repository .110 W. 5th. 424-426 Jackson St. FOR SALE On Aikire farm, Vi Interest in 90 acres of corn In the field and shock; also timothy hay and kaffir corn. E. ALKIRE. FOR SALE Square piano, $25. 921 E. 6th. FOR SALE OR RENT 100 typewriters, .- all makes, new and 2d hand. The. Mac Do.wt-11 Ol'ice Supply CO.. S14 Kan. ave. FOR SALE One 150 egg new Sure Hatch incubator. 513 Fillmore St. FOR SALE Good single harness. ctt un der surrey, new rubber tires. 203 Clay. " ' APPLES King Fruit Farm, 7i mileG E. of town. Jonathan and Winr-sap wind falls and culls 5 to 15c per bu. Bell tel. 3806 black. EARL MILLELR. Mgr. FOR SALE Large size "Favorite" base burner, almost new. 1325 Jackson St. FOR SALE $300, 2 Capital routes, No.s. i and 24. Call room 2, 509 Kansas ave. FOR SALE The old reliable Fast Mali pump and a good line of ciieap pumps, roofing and tinwork; all work guaranteed. Ri nner & Warren, 327 Kansas ave. priE .SALE Fine family mare and cow. cheap, W. 10th St., opposite Sach's green house- 1. J. vt lggim, ma. tel. 1134. FOR SALE A Garland range, 18 Inch oven; also rug. size 8 by 10, both in good condition. 1434 Harrison st. FOR SALE Apples at Dalton orchard, 24 miles north of Grantvllle. 15c on trees, 5 and 10c on ground. FOR SALE Lunch stand with popcorn and peanuts, good location and doing a trood business, making good money, satis factory reasons for selling. 827H Kan. ave. roS SALE 600 business cards for 11. M: 1st class printing at proportionate rates. Trapp, 71 Kansas ave. FOR SALEREAL ESTATE. GO TNG UP! BELL TEL. 1431 RED. FOR LOTS. & CO., AVE. '. ''.- - -- . - SELL 1415 RED. HOMES ON. PAYMENTS. 6 rooms, cellar, 1V4 lots, good condition, 4 blocks 'from shops. Price $1,500; $100 down, $15 per month. 4 homes on west side., ranging 4n price from $1,200 .to .$1,800; $U00" down, $13 to $20 per month. ' Modern homes at moderate prices and terms. GARLINGHOUSE REALTY CO., IND. TEL. 1606. . . BELL 1590 RED. 608 KANSAS AVE. FOR SALE Fine modern house 431 Clay, at a bargain.. Inquire of L. E. Strauss, 107 E. 7th st. ..''.-- FOR SALE- My property . and bakery business at 3015 West ,6th, 5 rooms and store, bake shop and tiist class oven. Mrs. Galbreath. ' ' HOME FOR SALE: 8 room houses 5 lots, Auburndale, $1,000. S A. ;SCOTT, 615 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE C room house and 2 lots 1017 Jefferson st. north; payments. M. Heery. FOR - ATE ,M!(f FTXAN'KOra FOR SALE Cheap, good big mare; also pony, an '.tayior st.,,JNortn Topeka. FOR SALE Family horse. surrev. runa bout, cow, gas range, 2 sets harness, cut ter, walnut bedsteady. Sim, 404 Woodlawn. FOR SALE Or trade for cow, work horse. 4.30 Lafayette, sty. Bell 4212 red. FOR'SALKGood 2 fcand lumber at new - Independent-tieierlhon' buileTing, Jackson st.-, between Sth and'i!th,:-Topeka; Cud worth, Axtell & Co. . . - FOR SALE Good milk cow U72 Grand ave. Call after 5 p. m." , . . '. FOR SALE 2d toand lumber, sash doors, store fr6nts, etc. M: Heery, 326 Monroe. FOR SALE Oak heater and wood stove. 516 Monroe st. . FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 good Topeka, hotels. Call at office for particulars. A. P. Tone Wilson. Jr., 413 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 2 fine oak billiard tables and 1 oak pool table. Geot D. . Butts, 921 E. 6th st. FOR SALE--Furniture and new gas range at 1328 Tyler st. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12 and 13. FOR SALE Ntce stock confectionery dcti Ing good business, invoice about $450. Craver & Co., 110 W. -6th jt, , FOR SALE Good mare 835 Chestnut st FOR SALE Young milk cow. R. H. Ba ker, 624 Kansas ave; " T X. JONES. 525 Van Buren, trims trees hedges, etc. Cares for cemetery lots. CIDER WORKS. PURE apple cider, fresh every dy, 20c per gallon, delivered. Washburn's cider works. Ind. phone 6051. LOST AND TX)ITNT, " LOST idelil'Touircam'r gold, point, diamond' tip. "Returrt to 1013 Locust st. for reward. - - v. MISCELLANEOUS. THE TOPEKA BARr"eTTANDBOX Manufacturing Co. can furnish you with apple barrels and boxes in .an quantity. Tel. 13S7 MONET. AlvjNii.Y to luaa iur farm and city uiuu- erty at the lowest rates and easiest, termj. Moon, Charles & Co, 116 E. Fifth at. MONEY to loan live stock, pianos, per sonal security, household goods, typewrit ers. W. E.. Scguine, 413 K. A. Ind. tel. 1179 MONEY to loan on personal 'property payment $1.25 week will pay off loan $2$ in 25 weeks. G. H.- Flintham,. notary public. 906 East Fourth , st. lad., tel. 977. MONEY to' loan on live stock, pianos, or gans. typewriters, household goods axj pesonal security. L. B:c.oe. res Kan. avu. PLUMBING. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ. expert plumber and gas fitter, 219 W. 6th st. Ind. tel. 1079. VITAL SCI ENCE. C. W. CROPSEY; VITAL POWEJR. Treats all diseases without medicine; 15 years with the Carson college, Kansas City. Consultation free. 822 Kansas avfc, Topeka. (Permanent resident.) PAVING. UTAI CITY VllKlyitU BHltk .A PAVING CO,. 11S W. Sth t. Mfgrs. of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TOWIiOM?fAY'l?o1 known that my application ia now on file in the office cf the probate court of Shawnee county, Kan., asking for a per mit to sell intoxicating liquors according to law at No. 6S0 Kansas ave., In the 6cond ward of the' eitjr of Topeka, Shawnee county, state of Kansas. Heax tng is set for th ;ltb. day of- October, at a. m. W. F. LAJva. LEGAL.' Published In The Topeka State Journal Oct. 11, iSMj.l OFFICIAL COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS, Council Chamber, Topeka, Kan.,' ; Oct,. 8..49V6. -. Council met In regular session pursuant to the adjournment of October 1, 19o6, with the -folio wing cimnctlmen present Green, Griley, Holliday, Horn, Howe, Hughes. Jordan, Montgomery, Jvrops, Shimer and Swendson 11. Absent Simms1. Mayor Davis presiding. On motion of "CoilrlCiTman Home the reading of the mitrutes sof the . previous meeting was 'dispensed.' with and they were approved as printed in the official city paper. Petition of property owners relative to the pavement between 12th and Huntoon sts., on Western ave., was presented, read and referred to the committee on streets and waiks by the following vote: Ayes Councilmen Horn, Howe, Jordan, Montgomery, Nipps, Shimer and Swend Eon 7. NoesGreen, Ciriley, Hoiliday and Hughes 1. An ordinence relative to sewer In 4th ward, presented Oct. 1 and referred to the committee on sewers, was reported back with recommendation "that the same be passed. On motion of Councilman Mont gomery the report of. the committee was adopted. - Resolution relating to stone headers on Kansas ave., presented Oct. 1 and refer red to committeeon streets and walks. was reported Dacx -c-y that committee with recommendation.- that the same be passed.. On motion of Councilman Hughes the report of the committee was adopted. Resolution in reference to compensation for-day laborers- hired by the city, pre sented Sept. 3 and referred to committee on ways and means, was reported ' back by the same committee with recommenda tion that the resolution be passed, and that the city attorney be directed to pre pare an ordinance embodying the provis ions of the resolution. On motion" of Councilman Howe the report of the com mittee was adopted; - - On motion of Councilman Nipps council took a short recess, after which they were called to order and resumed busi ness. An ordinance to appropriate money but of the general revenue fund to pay Mar shall's band for free concerts, . presented to the council and passed, and returned to tne council ,oet. l, isms, with the may or's veto, was referred to committee on ways and means, who reported the same back with recommendation that the ordi nanco ba passed, notwithstanding the mayor's veto. On call of the roll the re port of the committee and the ordinance was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Councilmen Green, Griley, Holliday, Horn, Howe, Jordan, Montgomery, Nipps, Shimer and Swendson 10. . Noes Hughes Communication relative to replacing the brick in the car track at 5th and Kan sas ave. with asphalt, presented Sept. 10 and-referred to committee on streets and walks, was reported back by the same with recommendation that the petition be filed.' On motion of Councilman Nipps the report of the committee was adopted. Communication relative to- the grade on College ave. between 14th and 15th sts., presented Aug. 20 and referred to com mittee on streets and walks, was reported back by the same committee with recom mendation that the communication - be placed on file. On motion of Councilman Nipps the report -of the committee was adopted. Petition for bridge across- Shunga.nunga creek on Fillmore St., presented July 2, and referred to committee on streets and walks, was reported back with recom mendation that the same be placed on file. On motion of Councilman Nipps the report of the committee was adopted. Communication and request -that the sidewalk on the east side of Buchanan St. between 15th and 16th sts., and on north side of 16th st. between Buchanan and Clay, be raised to grade, presented to council Aug. 13 and referred to committee on streets and walks, was reported back with recommendation that the communi cation be filed. On motion of Councilman Nipps the report of theh committee was adopted. Resolution in reference to sidewalk on west side of Van Buren st. from 18th st. north 150 feet, presented Sept. S and re1 ferred to committee on streets and -walks, was-reported.-baek with recommendation that the petition be- placed .on file. On motion of Councilman Nipps the report of the committee was adopted. Communication relative to the condition of alley between 7th, 8th, Lane and West sts., presented Aug. 13 and referred to committee on streets' and walks, was re ported back with recommendation that the communication be referred to the city engineer and street commissioner. On mo tion of . Councilman Nippa the report of the committee was adopted. Resolution in reference to the removal of a tree on 7th st. between Kansas 'ave. and Jackson sts., presented Sept. loth and referred to committee on streets and walks, was reported 1 -back - with recom mendation that the communica-tion' be filed. On motion of Councilman Nipps the report of the committee was adopted. . -Resolution in reference to raising side walk on west side of. Harrison st. .from ISth st. south to fair, ground railroad switch, presented Sept.' 3 and referred to committee on streets and walks, was re ported back with recommendation that the petition be placed on file. On motion of Councilman Nipps, the report of the committee was adopted. Communication relative to alley be tween Sixteenth, Douthitt, Harrison and Van Buren streets, presented August 20 and referred to committee on streets and walks was reported back with recom mendation that the matter be referred to City Engineer and Street Commissioner. On motion of Councilman Nipps, the re port was adopted. Communication relative to the grade In front ot house No. 1000 Polk street, pre sented September 10th and referred to committee on Streets and Walks, and City Engineer, was reported back with recommendation that the same be re ferred to the City Engineer and the Street Commissioner. On motion of Councilman Nipps, the report of the committee was adopted.- ... Communication from property owners at southwest corner' of-' Sixth and Tyler streets, relative to' damage done by wa ter, presented August 20th and referred to committee on Streets and Walks, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be placed on file. On motion of Councilman Nipps, the report of the committee was adopted. Resolution In reference to grading West Street beween Eleventh and Munson ave nue and Munson avenue between - West and Morris avenue, presented August 20 and referred to committee on Streets and Walks, watt reported back - with recom mendation that the same be referred to the City Engineer and Street Commis sioner. On motion of Councilman Nipps, the report of the committee was adopted. Communication relative to. grade of al ley bounded by Harrison, Tujjeka ave nue, Huntoon antt'TStrf streets, presented Oc.tubeiU.1 and referred to committee on Streets and Walks and City Engineer, was reported back with recommendation thaf'trie petition' be granted. . On motion of Councilman Nipps, the report of the committee was adopted. '. Communication relative to the removal of obstruction from, alley in Fifth Ward, presented October 1 and referred to com mittee on Streets and Walks, was re ported back with recommendation that the request be- granted, .and the Street Com missioner be instructed to rsotify the-parties obstructing the alley to remove the obstructions. An ordinance vacating a portion of Lin coln street in the City of Topeka. Shaw nee County, Kansas, presented October 1 and referred to committee on Streets and Walks, was reported back with recom mendation that the ordinance be placed on file. On motion of Councilman Nipps, the report of the committee was adopted. Resolution In reference to catch basin at corner, of Kansas - avenue and Curtis street; presented October 1 and referred to committee' on "Strrt'fsr and walks, was reportei back with' recommendation that the -resolution be ad spied. On motion of Councilman Nipps. the .report of. the com mittee'was adopted. '' An ordinance regIatlong the use of as phalt streets by. wagon delivering gaso line, benzine, coal oil and other products of petroleum. Introduced by Councilman Nipps October 1 and referred to commit tee on Streets nd Walks, was reported back with recommendation that the or dinance be passed. On motion of Coun cilman Nipps, the report of the commit tee was adopted. Upon the final reading of the ordinance It was re-referred to the committee on Streets and Walks, on mo tion of Councilman Holliday. Coimeilman Hughes introduced an ordi nance regulating the driving of autimo biies "in the City of Topeka. The same legal; was referred to committee on Streets and Walks. ' Councilman Hofidl f- ffuroduced the fol lowing ordinance, w.L;oh wfis referred to the committee on Streets; and Walks: . An ordinance. reguj-Atma traffic and the standing and hitching of "horses, wagons, carnages, automobiles aid other veii.elns on Kansas-avenae, in the City of Topeka; , The following-ordinance, introduced by; Councilman Howe- was referred --to the committee on Ways and Means: - An ordinance amending section 3 of Or dinance No. 2626, approved September 6, lima, relating to the salaries or compensa tion of :ity "Officers and employes of the city of Topeka, and repealing said orig-. Inal section 3 of "said' Ordinance No. 2626. ' On motion of Councilman Swendson, the City Attorney was instructed to embody In one ordinance,, the above ordinance and the one. relative to the pay of day labor ers. ' Councilman -Holliday moved that when' Council adjourns, it adjourn to meet one week from tonight. Motion carried. Councilman Horn moved to reconsider the action of the Council instructing the Street Commissioner -to tear, up the un used track in the intersection of the street east of the-main track of the City Rail-; way at 7th and Kansas avenue. The mo tion carried. Councilman Horn moved that the re-: quest of the Topeka Railway Company be granted relative to the paving the center ' of the track and the outside of the track, with brick. Motion carried. - - Communication from J. W. Lipper, ask ing to connect his washstand -at place of business, with sewer, presented Septem ber 10 and referred to committee on. Sew ers, was. reported back with recommend ation that the request be granted. On mo tion of Councilman liriley, .the report of the committee was adopted. Councilman Shimer offered the following resolution, which was on his motion adopted: Be it Resolved, -That the. City Attorney be and is hereby instructed to prepare an ordinance making a nominal charge of $ to all -persons outside of any sewer .district for the right to connect with sewers. The following resolution, offered by Councilman Hughes, was referred to com mittee on Streets and Walks; . - Resolved, by the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka. That the Topeka Railway Company, be-and are hereby notified-to at -once 'pave between their rails- on Kansas avraue from Crane to Third street und..-frtutt. Fourth- street to tenth street, . and intersections,, with -as-phalt or vitrified brick, aa provided by their franchise. ' - Councilman Nfpps offered the following resolution, which was on his motion re ferred to the ..committee on Streets and Walks with power, to act: Resolved, by the' Mayor and Council, of the City of Topeka, That the Street Com missioner be and is hereby instructed to take up and haul the stone blocks on' the east side of Kansas avenue at Second street, to the city .yard and that the City Engineer have same concreted and re paved with asphalt up to within IS inches of the street railway tracks. Councilman Nipps also offered the fol lowing resolution, which on his ' motion was referred to committee on Streets and Walks with power to act:. Resolved. That the space outside the circle track on the intersection of Fifth street" and Kansas avenue be paved with asphalt. - ' ; Councilman, Green, off ered the following resolution:.. -, - ; - -.-r- ; . Resolved, by the Mayor, and Council. That a soeclal comniittee. consisting of Couheiimeri 'Montgomery, Swendson and ripps, oe and are hereby appointed to m vestigate the '-.nVjolnV-; situation , which Councilman- Montgomery has brought be fore, the .Council this evening. Councilman Green moved the . adoption of the resolution-. Councilman Shimer moved to amend by adding Councilman Green's name, to the committee The. amendment carried.' The resolution was then adopted fas amended. On motion Council adjourned. . - -J. H. 'SQULRES, City Clerk. First published in The Topeka State Journal Oct. 11, 1906. SALE OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing described property will be sold at public -wnetionf "off". Ftvurth street, near fc A.,'T. & s: 'F. pafcsenger station, Wednesday,- October .31st, Kj6, unless called' for on - or -before .-the date 'of sale and - all charges against the same-paid. Sale to commence at 9 o'clock a. m. 56 trunks tinder local checks 35972, 22207, 762, 152514, 42647, 203fH2. 2496, SS3$V7t2, 83977. 45306, MriSS, 1SM763, 31616, 27367, 264W. - 62815, 82446. 2R0293, 257328, 1S610. 86466, 62818, 2186S, 41W13, 82447, 344992, 29722, 42827, 2l4u, 4S1&3, 4014. 17343, 19076, 22211, 55274, 55974, 68945, 10058, -61290. 12206, 30149, 33876, 46069, 10S22. 5695, 11577, 54648, 206O6, 62S30, 56169.' Wabash 426267. Frisco 35896, G. C. & S. F. 38625, C. B. & Q. 84707, 30 boxes under -local checks 44028, 274753, 274752, 88379, ISH3. 44961, 62)12, 636"7, 261770, 15f'5I3, 21S34, 612622,- 7S71, 252, 1S413, 28476, 54646, 1S3628, 3!41, 40792, 12307, 59542259, 14991, 2S825. 66323. ., Mo. Pac. 613246, C. O. D. 49734. 42677, 41466 and 44767. 12 trunks and boxes- without checks. 2 gas tanks, 2 pieces scenery, 4 cots with out checks. ?-alfseSt anad ' grins under local cheoksfriL'RHe, 1jkic, &f039, 337S1S, 639S, 62219, 21639, 60651, 97479, 39011, 97480, 61029, 56541, 164X6. 62563, 50075, C. O. D. 45251. B. & M. 620750; 620751,. C. O. D. 43824. 9 valises and grips without- checks. 83 bundles bearing following checks, local, 44346, 25853, 3214, 65411. 2S402, 20633, 64495, 263s3, 86069, 117256, 2PS38, 55087, 4S694. 61339, 97576, 97573, 57123, 33731, . 98269, 63883, 62168, B1W12, 21566, 54596, 1R5U0,- 86043. 5S257 169358, 58938, 41344, 62069, 16S635. 34437. 53760, 15228. 2322, 29766, 3..T5. 62873, 61987, 32036, 57594, 97217, 3243, 49741, S75, 52739. .1522S6, 3S461, 87525. 87574-, 973S9, 971S. C. & S. 12307, C. & S. 101471, Rte. 152287. 10683,' 97975, 87455, 97061. 87559, 97393, 41 Sol, 29653. ISMS; 39486, S23i, "3!'39, 47559, 232315. 34026 2920. 52034, -97063, 67071, 182439, 2475.-), 48547, 31622. 33319. 18365, 115176, 98242. Sixteen, bundles without -checks. 15 sacks checks, local 49410, 44809, C. & 9. 4991, 62458, 55339. 21498. C' B. & Q.. 1536, 57301, 3292, 44436669. 46035, 1065S. 19982, 29t 67. Two sacks without -checks. 4 bicv'cles, -checks local -7416, 1575&,.-! C O.- D. 3554, 41462. 7 baby cabs, checks local. 62771, 25829, 54544, C. O. D. 1349, .4534, 6199 . 66927. Three baby cabs without .cliepks, ,99 telescopes, checks local, ''I9i;- !Wl5Vl59iS-2,'250. 210127, 104698, 34279. - SWtl,- -87846, 99528. 95076,- -1286R5, ' 86394, 5543, -32744, 6404. Jtwi.e. 23S63, 28496, ' 414-n, 9352, .il$4!M, 89173,- U8491.' 143315,, 27,. 5515, 14o21, 43189, 44091, 14910. 62S04,. '409! 8. 7093, 63927, 97072, 22745, 2S785, 9065, 1146-K. 55464, 43629, 15103, 1O4S08, i9S16, 627, 42V. 40"1517, 52S4, 31W, 62420, 67231, '25334 . 4"K56, 97PS3. 9S371. 9049. 3517. 97394. - 3513S,' 63664, SM7. 17116, 64032. 77133, 234i9. 23276, 1M944. 4"6fi, 579V,.. 61462, 29629, 2'946, 7234. 3,"78.- 37149. C. O. D. 43-52, 43551, 24 ''27,. S. L. & S. F. 4"7"62, C. B. & Q., 140T7. C. & S., 125-, 10074. G. T.. 2646. I. M. 786920.- One hundred and eleven teiescore without -checks.' 43 suit coses, cheeks local. 4I1. 3W13. 36465, 24168, 56422. 4'55. 87301, 593a9. 12663. S898, 51936, 3277, 33619. 22198. JJ.2142. -226S72. 544"1, 31975. SI 47" 22658. 26.125. 64230. 6' .3:5. 4097, 64571, 4S758. 51945. 47191. 52279. 32987. 1142"2. 3452. 175MS, 50209.. 43799, 35257., 114492, . S1940, . 403SJ, 975TS.- Pern. C O. TV 5729, C. O. D. 46902. St. L. & S. F.. 42593.- One hundred and eleven suit cases without checks. P. WALSH, General Baggage Agt. First published in The Topeka Stavte Journal Sept. 28. 1906. . .''. PUBLICATION NOTICE. , ; In the District" Court of Shawnee County, Kansas. . - - . .. . Edward Stephenson, Plaint! v, vs. Fannie Stephenson. Defendant. No. 24O60. State of Kansas to. Fannie Stephenson Greeting: . You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the above named court by the plaintiff. Edward Stephenson, arid that you must answer the petition filed there in by said plaintiff on or before the 10th day of November, 1906, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment ren dered, divorcing said plaintiff from you and for costs of suit. . - EDWARD STEPHENSON. Plaintiff. . Bv James C. Saiyer, His Atty. Attest: "1. S. CURTI3. Clerk. TFlrst published In The Tffpeka State Journal Oct. 6, 1906. At a meeting of the city council held Oct. 1, 166. tite following resolution was presented and adopted: .RESOLUTION TO CONSTRUCT.: ' "SEWER. ' Resolved, That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka, Kansas, deem it necessary for the health, welfare and bet interests of said city, that a sewer be con structed in the district or territory de- ""LEGAL. KCT-itiC a a fiilintca nn.l, . Beginning at the interse. don of the cen. ter line of Fillmore street with the coni ' line of section thirty-one (31, townsD eleven (11, range sixteen fl9) east thei!a northerly along the center line of'Vill more st. to the center line of 1st ave thence easterly along the center l!"ne of First avenue to the center line of West ern avenue; thence southerly, along ths center line of Wes'erh avenue to the north line of Bection thirty-one (31) town ship eleven (11), range sixteen (16), east thence -west aong.said section line to the place of beginning: in the city of Top-ka. Shawnee coiniuv Kansas. - " JS. MONTGOMERY I. J. H. Sauires. city clerk of the city of Topeka. hereby certify that the above and' foreging is a true and correct copy of the original- resolution now on file ii mv office. (Seal) . J.'.-H: SQUIRES. City Clerk. First tiubllshed In The Ttpeka State ' Journal Oct. 11, 1906. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas Shawnee County, ss In the.-Probate Court In and for said Oftunty In the matter of the estate of Louis Adams, deceased: Creditors and ail other persons Interest ed in the aforesaid estate are hereby noti fied, that I shall apply to the probate court in- and for said county, sirtins a.t the court Houqo ir ,a .i -t--. Shawnee county. Kansas, on the 4th &a,r of December, A. D. 19i6, for a full and final settlement, of -said estate. i-'aiea ucionor w. A. L). l?i - ; - ., - tVlTCT.FV U T r. Administrator, of . the Estate- of ' Louiji U MERCHANTS TRANSFER A STORAGE V.O.. rscKi, snips ana stores bouseho.d goods. Tel. 1S6. Clarence kinner. SU Quln fV t -- JCAnPEVTFRs a vn TimnERS, ,N. W. MU'Lk work done quickly and neatly. feUop L Ind., Tel. 1004, . J. C. WfLBON. contractor end bu'.'dar Job. pork promptly done. .120 K. 6th St. MMbfi is. HA1UI.N, Jeweler and opti cian. Complete stock of watches, na-monds,-- allverware, etc Eyes examined and spectacles proierly fitted. BTCTTT ES ANI REPAIRINT.. U. S. CVCLK CO.. US iS. 8th st. National Iver-Johnnon bir-yolea Supplies, ropairo. i U. K1NLKST. Manufacturer and dealer ia nil kinds of vehicles.. Eee us about -that delivery wag us W.. tth L. riiYs:rnK .An surgeons. .1UA C . .li Ait,s M. AX Office 72 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: i a. m. to 11 n m. and 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Both rhn 'ii! j"'i'j-ic. rm Ind. ISf office. Tiir vo w nnrroit 'Jt. AChLKV. '1HK WOMAN'S UtA.' ior. fiS -lunrtion bldg.. Kansas City. Mo. FLORISTS. eres, paints, designs, decorations. 105 W, 8th. Phone 37. Greenhouse 12th and Mon. CUT flowers. floral designs. Special tt tentlon 'to but of town orders. Jatnea He. WW- -nt- Phone 77. rpgot REPAmrva; f-USRETS, runabouts and top buggies at bottom prices. . Repairing and rahb !ree. Repository 116 W. tttt at. Factory 414-426 Jaekaoa st, K. G KINLBT. JFEJITPEVSART MONK' J Is. a A. IK&a DliJE.JISAlrt i. 202 Moiiroo St. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some rases. Office hours 2 to S p. m. Calls T.ct-c-fl tlrbt m- rtav Tnl. tel. 3413. rncTLERS iHt CUUtjMUN UAJUJ W AK B. CO. Hardware, stoves;- fine tools. KB- a v TT ' L. M. PFuN W Kl-L, funeral director a.nl embalmor. First claaa service, reasona M prices 511 Quincy rt. Both phonea 1-e PATENTS. I. A. KO.JN. JfAt.;UL .tlbiTuey, sas ave.. Toprka. O. A . AUUUd, AAoA". Can ba found In the front room.- tmeerrt floor, of the nortowest comer o gi-a asi-1 Kansas ave. ... .... . - RATT ROAn TTMK TABLES. - pivjj. Ai-n-jJ AAaAJkBl AAMJIi AAJiLxi. . 'AUir'to.KA. fcsA- - - . 'Tbi "Right Road" To sod From m4 feetweea St. PAUL 6T. 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