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TOPEKA DAILY STATS JOUHITAIi SATURDAY '"EVENING, NOVE11BEI. 17,1906.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATK. FOK SALE REAL ESTATE. DO YOU WANT A HOME? 1.4cO-. room cottage, cistern, city water and gas In street, good barn, 2 lot. Buchanan rt. $1,100-5 room house, pantry, well, cistern, barn, 1 lot. Chandler t, $1,100-5 room house, well cistern, 1 lot. Branner St. $2,600-6 room house, bath, city water, cistern, .ewer, hot water heat, barn, 1 lots. Clay st. $1,700-- room house, hardwood finish, good well, SO bbl. cistern, good barn, VA lots. Chandler st. $,00-5 room cottage. as, well, barn, chicken house. 2 lots. Fillmore t. $1,500-5 room cottage, well, city water, gas, barn, on car line, 1 lot. Clay st. $1.300 5 room house, good repair, 2 lots, Hancock St. $1,650-6 room house, well, cistern, gas, barn, coal house, i lots, Hancock st. $9006 room house, gaa, well, cistern, 2 lots, West Locust. l.0- room house, piped for gas, cistern, water In kitchen. Lincoln st. $1,500-4 room cottage, city water, sewer, first class shape, about 30 ft. land, Monroe st. $1,-005 room cottage, gas, city water, cistern, barn, chicken house, 1 lot, Madi on st. (J. E. T.) 11,4004 room cottage, fine condition, city water, gas, 1 lot, Polk st. $2,0006 room house, fine condition, 2 lots. Polk st. $2,0005 room house, nearly new, first class condition, 17th St.. near college, 4 lots. $1,2005 room house, well, cistern, lot 9 ft., front 225 ft. deep. Sixteenth St., near college. $1,3004 room cottage, barn, well, cistern, 2 lots, Shawnee ave., Potwin. $1,5006 room house, good cellar, well, cistern, coal house. lVi lots, Tyler st. $1,5005 room cottage, city water, well, bath, gas, 2 lots. Van Buren st. $1,1005 room house, cellar, well, east front, 1V4 lots. West st. H. C. BOWMAN', Ind. Tel. 651. 42 Columbian Bldgr. MAKE A BREAK: GO WEST. That is, if you happen to live east of WESTLAWN; if not, go east; or any direction. Any way to get there. WESTLAWN" is In the choicest part of the west part of Topeka; between Lincoln and West and 8th and 10th streets. Growing faster than any other residence district. Filling up with the nicest of modern homes, all of them bargains. But you all know that. Most every one in Shawnee county has looked WESTLAWN over. Three more houses started in the last three days. Lots are selling rapidly, and the choice of the sites is narrowing down. We guarantee you a saving over any other property or location in the city if you buy in WESTLAWN. Why, there are no lots anywhere else so cheap. Prices from $-75 to $500 each; with sewers, pavements, gas, sidewalks, shade; every thing all in. No rented houses; all mod ern homes. Build you any kind of a home you want, with reasonable restrictions; and save you money on your own plans. Everything is bound to be worth much more In WESTLAWN in the spring. Every other new home in your block In creases values on your home. Three new houses, complete to the last detail, now finished and for sale at these prices: S20 Lane. 10 rooms. 2 lots; attic, awnings, house all papered, brick walks, well and cistern; fine heating plant. $5,00). 904 West; 9 rooms, finished attic or billiard room; 2 lots, beautiful decorations; couldn't be any more modern. $4,700. 1506 West 8th; 7 rooms. 2 lots; reception hall; basement and laundry; gas grate , In dining room; ventilated kitchen: refrigerator closet; 3 bedrooms, 4 closets. !t 3,100. f But we can't attempt to describe these properties here. Come out Sunday after noon and look at them. Some one on hand to show you through. Or any week time. BETTER BE MOVING. Lot prices will be advanced soon. Geo. D. Lytle, manager, 908 Lane St., or THE STRAUSS AGENCY, Sole Agents. J 107 E. SEVENTH ST. IND. TEL. 881. BELL TEL. 1431 RED. First floor, Central National Bank Bldg. J. E. SHAFFER & CO.. 112 EAST SIXTH ST. TOPEKA, KANSAS. 1.2S0 acres. Hodgeman county, Kansas, nearly all fine bottom land, large creek of running water, good buildings, 216 acres in wheat, looks fine; all fine alfalfa land. Terms H cash. Price $17.50 per acre; 3 miles from R. R. station, 10 miles from Jetmore. 8S0 acres Ness county, Kansas, 3 miles from R. R. station, fine creek of living water, 200 acres fine bottom land, 330 acres in wheat. Terms Vx cash. Price $15 per acre. 300 acres 13 miles from Topeka, 2 miles from R. R. station, good Improvements. $5,200. 160 acres splendid land, 15 miles from Topeka; would make a good farm. $4,200. $3 5rtj aC,eS Bd land' 7 miIes.from TPela; good Improvements, 20 acres wheat. SO acres a splendid farm IS miles from Topeka; splendid buildings. $3,300. 40 acres, all good land, fair buildings. $2,600. SO acres. 4 miles from Topeka, close to school and church: all first class bot tom land; never overflows; excellent improvements. $3,000. 250 acres. Wilson county. Kansas, 8 miles from county seat; 50 acres bottom land In cultivation, balance good pasture; plenty good water, stone barn .mall house, orchard and other improvements; very cheap. Price $4,000. 190 acres Osage county. Kansas, 5 miles from Quenemo, underlayed with vein of coal 10 to 16 inches thick. 50 acres good land in cultivation. axre. meadow. 12 acre, timber, balance good pasture with creek of running water, fair 5 room house, old barn, good corrals, orchard, and other buildings $3,200. WRITE FOR OUR PRINTED LIST OF FARMS. VACANT LOTS FOR HOMES. rt. V Ju. $1,5002 corner lots facing Central Park. $1.500 4 lots College ave.. near Washburn. $3,3003 corner lots. West Eighth st. $3,0003 corner lots. West Eighth st. $1.500 4 lots and 15 ft. on Fifteenth St.. near college. $2,000 2 corner lots, Harrison St., near csltol $1,-00 5 lots on Home St., near Sixth. $75 Lots 160 and N. 152 Lafayette st. YfQWt lots. Polk st., near Fifteenth. $1,200 1H lots, east front, Topeka ave., between Second and Third. COLLEH HILL LOTS. $250 each, lots 98 to 104 College ave, $SX each lots 134 to 156 College ave, lots 42 and 44 Warren ave. lots 62 to 7! Bo.well ave, lot. 50 to 64 Warren ave, lots 82 to 6$ Boswell ave, lots 12 to 23 Sixteenth st, H. C. BOWMAN, Ind. Tel. 6SL FOR SALE 9 room, strietly modern rest. dence. 15i5 Totwka ave., 75 ft. east front. Trtl1m.il place, with or without furniture. Would take rental property as part pay ment. A, P. Tone Wilson, Jr., cnwei 4U -rKiiuu ave. Ind, phone 1344. 4S Columbian Bld. F"R SALB S room house and I lots loir Jsiersca st, worth j pay mama, M, Ksery, BAtj??? Beras n:'Ce land close ta 1160 Clalt, ' CCUid divide' Squire at FDR SALE 6 room cottawe, 3 lots and tt&rrisoa, FOR SALB OR RENT Fine 13 room FOrt SALE -REAL- ESTATE. JUST A FEW SNAPS. Fine cottage, 8 rooms, 2 lots, near 4th and Clay, $2,600. In a hurry to sell this. TATLOR STREET BARGAIN New home, S rooms, east front, near 6th; all conveniences. Price $4,000. Store building, Kansas avenue, renting $27 per month. Price $2,600. Cottage, Hancock, near 4th, rent. $6.50 per month. Price $500. IV vacant lots, 717 Garfield, east front, modern conveniences, $350. 2 lots, 16th and Van Buren, $500. Some bargains Kansas avenue, between 10th and 11th. THE STRAUSS AGENCY, , 107 East 7th St, FOIt S Ar-RVI ESTATE. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO., REAL ESTATE. LOANS & INSURANCE. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. TOPEKA, KAN. $2,500 for 2 Klein st. houses, renting $1,500 for larger separately. Rec. 209. $1,800 on favorable terms for 2 lots on burn college, best location. Rec. 8. 7 and 8 room houses in Oakland with payments, balance monthly, all excellent $3,100 for 3 corner lot. and 6 houses in total rents $35 per month. A fine invest $4,700 for new modern 7 rooms. West $-.su0 for rooms. -oii St., with barn $u0, small house. Chandler st., 1-3 Best modern house. In Topeka. $3,000 The best located vicant lots in Oak Come In ana iook at our list or very us far sale on favorable terms for mak Many city properties to trade for far We also nave tii. wilii us lor sae soma at them to trade for city or farm A number of good farm and city prop Submit to us any trade propositions We have a very large use or iarms Joining counties, all sizes, all prices and BOTH PHONES 444. - for $10 and $13. or $1,300 for smaller and Lane st., 6 rooms, nice place, near Wash- ample grounds, low prices, small cash bargains. Santa Fe shop district, always rented. merit. Rec. 208. em ave., 1V6 lots. Rec. 211. nice place, ti.ee. i. cash, rents $4. Rec. 211. and UDwards. land and all parts of Topeka. cheap lands in Texas, just placed w'th lr.g good pront. ma and farms for city properties. merchandise stocks of various kinds, properties. erues to trade lor merchandise. you may have. and suburban tracts In Shawnee and ad- terms to suit purchasers. 435 KANSAS AVE. THE REASON FOR SALE, OR TRADE. OR RENT 200 acre farm near Silver Lake, 50 acres in wheat. 20 alfalfa. 50 nanturp. so for corn 40 meadow, extra good, cut 120 tons hav, 5 acres orchard, and buildings. Good house and barn. If this looks good to you see SMITH AGENCY, 509 Kansas Ave. MOON. CHARLES & CO. Room 12, Office Bldg., 116 East 5th st. Fine new home on Fillmore st.. finn lo cation, modern, oak finish. 2 storv. 8 rooms, attic finished. $5,500. lne new cottajre. 5 rooms. 3 lots, faclne- east, good barn, 3 lots facinsr west, chick en yard and chicken house. West side of city. 2 blocks from street car. Value $2,400. WESTERN LAND. Bargains In alfalfa, sugar beet, wheat land and ranches. FRANK A. REES & CO.. Syracuse. Hamilton Co.. Kansas. Farms are bo much cheaper near To peka than in any part of the world, ev erything considered. Is because the rail roads will not give Tates to Topeka, as they want to get rid of their land In the burnt district while the wet weather lasts. Come where crops never fall when the soil is properly farmed. 100 good farms from $35 to $100 per acre. B acres unimproved near street cars, $450. 20 acres 4 miles out. Improved, $1,500. A beautiful 20, well . improved, 5 miles out, $2,200. Improved 40 near street cars, $3,600. Improved 80 6 miles out, $3,500. Good Kaw bottom potato land 6 miles out, $8,000. Exceedingly rich black smooth 320, well Improved, 10 miles out. $16,000. 400 acres 10 miles out. Improvements cost $3,000. $18,000. 560 well Improved, 40 acres good orchard, $45 per acre. 160 three miles from R. R. Improved. $5,000. T. J. NICHOLS & CO., 531 Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kan. $377,940.96 193.54 150,000.00 25,000.00 6,125.00 129,o.OO 2,500.00 11.493.7 THE best residence lots on the highest ground between the state house and Washburn college for saie cheap: North corner Ls-ne and 14th sts., 3 numbers. $1,600; southeast corner Lane and 14th, 3 numbers, $1,600; northwest corner Lincoln and 14th. 3 numbers, $1,600; on Lane, at end of 14th, S numbers. $1,600; on West St.. opposite end of 14th, 8 numbers, $1, 200; southwest corner Huntoon and West 3 numbers, $1,600; southwest corner l-lncoln and Piercy sts., 2 numbers, 7 room house, cistern and outbuildings, $2,100; northwest corner of Lincoln and 16th, ! numbers, $1,100; eight east front lots on Lincoln, between Plercv and 15th, $500 i. Term: M. cash, balance long time. All have large shade trees, on or near paved streets and electric car lines, -city water and sewers. T. W. Harrison, 109 W. Sixth ave., Topeka, Kan. CHEAP HOME. 5 rooms, pantry, well, shade, barn, Lowman Hill. Price $1,150; half cash. S. A. SCOTT, 615 Kansas Ave. LET ITS SELL YOU A HOME LET US SELL YOUR HOME. We have some excellent propositions and are looking , fort Thore, an.' In this way are becoming one of the fastest growing Real Estate-firms -in the state. We have an investment that will net you 15 per cent on your money. $6,000 cap ital reauired. r Almost new, modern, 9 room house, at S22 Fillmore st., all hard wood finish, fine bath, large pantry and closets, fine furnace, large cellar, garret, etc. If you want an elegant home, let us show you through this one. Price 14,000. (Sole agents). Almost new, 6 room, modern home, on Western ave., 6 very pretty rooms, be sides reception hall, large pantry, fine bath, closets, etc., hot air furnace, gas lights, 1 lots. A bargain at $2,S00. Fine 8 room modern home on Buchanan st. Everything modern and an ex cellent home, for $3,700. New 7 room modern home on Lincoln st. Everything new and in the finest kind of shape, W, lots. $4,000. Almost new 7 room house near Washburn, good barn, 3 lots. Everything In good condition and a bargain at $2,100. Good 5 room house on Buchanan St., good bam, well, cellar, gas lights, etc. all in good condition. $1,700. Almost new 5 room cottage, city gas, cistern, cellar, large garret, 1 lots. A dandy cottage, for $2,100. Good 3 room cottage on east side, large pantry and closet. $SO0. We are selling those bargains in western farm lands. Can give you some real bargains lor cash and have some that we can exchange for Topeka property. L. S. LOVITT & SON. ' BASK STATEMENTS. (First published in the Topeka State Journal November 16, lauO.) REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the CENTRAL NATIONAL B.AXK, at Topeka, in the State of Kansas, at the close of business Nov. 12, 1906: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . U. S. bonds to se cure circulation .... U. S. bonds to se cure U. S. deposits. Premiums on U. 3. bonds Bonds, securities, etc. Banking house, fur niture and fixtures. Other real estate owned Due from approved reserved agents $ 90,070.11 Checks and other cash items 6,524.35 Exchange for clear ing house 9,727.78 Notes of other Na tional banks 25,360.00 Fractional paper cur- , rency, nickels and' cents 202.06 Lawful money reserve in bank, vis. SDecie 12,05.00 Legal tender notes.. 20,000.00 $162,909.90 With U. B. Treas urer, 6 per cent of circulation Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in. Undivided prolits.less expenses and taxes paid National bank notes outstanding Due to other Na tional banks $ 6,546.75 Due to State banks and Hankers Individual deposits subject to cnecK.. Demand certificates of deposit Certified checks Cashier's checks out standing 14,627.47 United States depos its 25,000.00 BANK STATEMENTS. (First published in the Topeka State Journal November 15, -06.) REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK of Topeka, In the State of Kansas, at the close of business Nov. 12, l-0: RESOURCES. Loarus and Discounts S73,624.0 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 8,469.65 U. S. Bonds to se cure circulation ... 100.000.00 u. s. Bonds to se cure U. S. deposits 50,000.00 Premium on U. S. Bonds 3,000.00 Other Stocks, Bonds and Warrants 78,912.73 Due from approved Reserve Agents.... $3O4,50.56 Due from National Banks, not Reserve Agents Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust Companies and. Savings Banks Checks and other cash items WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. .- Kan sas ave. Tel. 80. Exchange for clear ing house Bills or other Na tional banks Fractional currency, nickels and cents.. Gold and silver coin Legal tender notes.. Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer 44,723.99 12.44.21 20,247.31 9,569.26 40,708.20 40,605.00 339.28 103,5-6.70 65,2...00 641,579.51 5,000.00 $1,640,586.09 $100,000.00 -,UUO.U0 24,319.29 6,0-0.-0 100,000.0. 30.OU 7,500.00 $872,913.15 $150,000.01 22,938.70 150,000.00 30,316.74 401,871.57 71,479.92 132.00 549,974.45 Totals $872,913.15 State of Kansas. County of Shawnee, ss: I, S. S. Ott, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ana Denei. S. S. OTT. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this loth day of November, 1.0b. H. F. GUTHRIE, rseall Notary Public, (My commission expires January 14, 1908.) correct Attest: P. I. BONEBRAKE, A. W. B RON SON, WM. GREEN. Directors. (Over Novelty Theater.) 812 Kansas Ave. Ind. Phone 1507. BARNES REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE. 5th and Jackson. Both 'phones 262. INCOME INVESTMENT on east side, well located on 6th St., comer, buildings In good repair, all rented for $47.50 per month. For quick sale can be bought for .3.230. I WEST SIDE SNAP, close In on 6th st, car line, good 7 room house, hall, bath room, well, cistern, cellar, fine shade, less than cost of Improvements, for quick action .1,600. - HOLLIDAY PARK RESIDENCE, new 8 room residence, swell hall, fully mod ern, owner leaving city. Let us show this to you. TYLER STREET CORNER, 1H lots, swell new home of 8 rooms, fully modern, paved street, built for a home but for personal reasons owner must give It up. A beauty and only $3,500. ROOMING HOUSE BARGAIN, 9rooms, fully modern, best location. Non-resident says MUST SELL, See us, ANY OF THE ABOVE are real bargains and will make money for you. If none of these appeal to you we have others that will. We know you can find Just what you want at the right kirni of priee from our large list, BARNES REAL ESTATE CO, FIFTH AND JACKSON, (First published In the Topeka State Journal NovemDer lo.) OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION of the TOPEKA STATE BANK. at Topeka, State of Kansas, at the close Of Business on ine i.it uay o nov. u. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $ 40,506.65 Loans on real estate 2.4O0.00 Bank building 8.333.33 Furniture and fixtures 1,000.00 JTirtense account 737.99 U. S. bonds on hand 15,363.50 Other bonds and warrants 10,000.00 Cash and sight exchange, legal reserve 29,886.S6 Total $108,227.33 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00 Undivided profits ,-4.irf Individual deposits ....$60,461.23 Banks' and bankers' deposits 19,872.03 90,333.26 Total $108,227.83 State of Kansas, county of Shawee, ss. I, Geo. W. Snyder, cashier of said bank, do' solemnly swear that the above state ment Is true: that said bank has no lia bilities, and is not indorser on any note or obligation, other than shown on the above statement, to the best of my knowl edge and belief. So help me God. GEO. W. SNYDER, Cashier. (Seeil.) . Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 15th day of November, 1906. HARLEY E. REISMAN. (Seal Notary Public. Commission expires on the 25th day of November, 1907. Correct Attest : C. W. SNYDER, H. E. VALENTINE, HARRY E. GAVITT. Directors. CONDENSED STATEMENT of the WORTH INVESTIGATING, i resm cottage, east f.ent, e Madleen st. ?l,le, Another on same street, 4 rooms, good barn and buggy shed, 81.300. BH lots with 8 room house on Morris ave., city and cistern water, large variety small fruit and berries. Nice cheap house. $,00. 1000 will handle this, 10 acres 8 miles from P, O., 5 room house, large bam, chicken house and other- outbuildings; large variety of fruit, fO,eo, 80 acres 8V miles out. A bargain at $3,000. Remember Bext Tuesday is excursion day, over the Santa Pe, Come in and let us tell you what wa can do for your In western lands. DAWSQN, PIER SON & WATSON. Ill EAST STXTH ST. IND. 1083, BELL ia FOR TEXAS PAN HANDLE LANDS. Sfea H. 8. Day & Oq .,E13 Kansasi ave. and arrange to go Tuesday, 28th Nov. ea special traia and see the finest country la America. Tea years1 time for buyers. BANK OP TOPEKA. At the close of business. Nov. 12, 1906. RESOURCES. Loans $1,422, 423. SH Overdrati. Real estate 3,56 46 Expense account 10.013.93 Bo Ads 243, 153.87 Cash and sight exch S7,S.89 $2. 273,304.56 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ 210.000.00 Surplus and profits 231.344.89 Deposits 1,622,658.13 Certificates , ,,. 185.742.36 Rediscounts 15.OW.00 Certified checks 8,569.18 Correct ! $3,73,304.56 J, W, THURSTON, Cashier. LEGAL. First published in the Topeka Journal November 13, 1-06. BIDS WANTED, Office ef the City Clerk, Topeka, Kan, November 13, 1908. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 5 o'clock p. m. Monday, Der cember 3. 190-, for the repairing the Sixth ave. viaduct as per plans ana specifica tion's now on fiia in the offioe of the city engineer and all the werk will be done under his supervision. A certified check must aeeempany each bid equal to five per cent of the proposed contract, payable to the pity of Topeka, as a guarantee that the successful bidder will er into, a contract with the city within five days after the award shall be made. Propesals should be addressed to the city clerk, city pf Topeka, indoreJ "Pro posals for r-pairing the Sixth, ave. vla fSuct." Fr-opasals, must be made In full e-nfonni-y with the specinsatians and on blanks furnished by the city pf Topeka. The mayor ana council reserve the right ts reject any or all bids er part ef bias. J. L eQUARiiS,rCity Clerk, .51,102.40 265.00 12,871.-3 1,3S1,6.S0 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in . Surplus fund Undivided- profits, less expenses and taxes paid Reserved, for taxes.. National bank notes outstanding Dividends unpaid ... Due to other Nation al banks $4,140.15 Due to Trust Com panies and Savings Banks , 2.3S6.74 Due to State Banks and Bankers 115,577.75 Individual deposits subject to check... 1,044,9SS.3 Demand certificates of deposit Certified checks outstanding Cashier's checks out standing United States de posits 40.6SS.72 Deposits U. S. Dis bursing officers ... 9,16.3 $1,640,536.09 State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss. : I, F. M. Bonebrake, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. F. M. BONEBRAKE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of November, A. D. 1906. (Seal.; WARD D. SPEELMAN, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 10, 1910. Correct Attest: H. P. DILLON, W. A. L. THOMPSON. F. W. FREEMAN, Directors. (First published in the Topeka State Jour nal November 15, 1-06.) REPORT OF THE CONDITION ( of the CAPITALi NATION AXi BANK of Topeka, at the close of business Nov. 12th. 1906, as called for by the Comptrol ler of the Currency. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.... . $305,467.-0 Over drafts 460.75 U. S. bonds to secure circulation 100,000.00 Premium on U.S. bonds - 3,-00.00 Stocks, bonds and se curities 700.00 Furniture and fixtures. 3,000.00 Due from approved re serve agents $ 92,732.38 Checks and .other cash items , 10, 269. 21 Exchange for - clearing house 8,540.60 Bills of other National banks 42,532.00 Nickels and pennies 173.15 SDecie: Golfi and silver 22.147.75 Legal tender notes 10,000.00 186,394.99 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas. MONETx. MONEY to loan for farm and city prop erty at the lowest rales and easiest term Moon, Charle. Co., 116 E. Fifth st. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per sonal security, household goods, typewrit ers. W. . Seguine, 413 K. A. Ind. lei. U7. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also Ternnnl tii.. -,., v..,, ...... K,.- - -, . i'aj .-.. o the week or month. Topeka Invest- ' . ., w. room 12, Veal block. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $.Z5 week will pay off loan t-5 n o weeks. G. H. FUnthom. notary pub 11c. 906 E. Fourth St. Ind. teL Sr MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal ecurity. L. Biscoe. 23 Kan. ave. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined, nnd spectacles properly fitted CTDTTR WORKS. WASHBURN'S PURE APPLE CIDKK delivered every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 0c per gal. Ind. I hone 60-1. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by relar practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical pervice free. M-dlclne free lo sme cases. Office hours 2 to 6 p. m. Calls answered night or day. Ind. tel. 3413. TAILORING COLLEGE. MISS MARSTON, 809 Kansas ave. Puplla receive careful instruction. LIVERY BARNS. 506 WEST 8th AVE. Ind. 274. Bell SS Special attention to boarders. . c. Barnes. ATHLETIC GOODS. GUNS REPAIRED, exchanged and sold. nuwara s. io ivansas ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: t a. in. to 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. to 5 p. m. . UotU phones 16 residence, and Ind. 1316 office. R. O. RHOADES. M. D., Surgeon. Dis eases of women. 732 Kan. ave. Ind. tel. 4o. Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5. 7:30 to 8:30. DR. H. H. KEITH. Surgeon and diseises of women with private hospital. Office 531 Kansas nve. THE -VOJLAN'S DOCTOR. UR. ACWl . V V T- ( 7 , tur. 318 Junction bldg., Kansas City, Ho" GAS FITTING. HEATING 'STOVES AND HOUSE piping a specialty; work guaranteed reasonable rates. Griffin & Hail, 164 Har rison. Ind. Tel. 5,000.00 $604,522.94 $100,000.00 300.00 3,610.00 Total LIABILITIES. -Capital stock paid in... Surplus Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid Due to State Banks and bankers $ 19,413.41 Due to Trust Cos. and Savings Banks 2,095.99 Individual deposit Sub ject to check 314,639.65 Demand certificates of deposit 62,7-1.83 Cashier's checks out standing 1,702.06 400,612.94 Total $004,522.94 State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss. : I, Edwin Knowles, president of the above named bank, do solemnlv swejir that the above statement is true according to tne Deni oi my Know leasre ana Dellef. EDWIN KNOWLES. President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of Nov.. 1906. GUILFORD DUDLEY, (Seal.) Notary Public. Commission expires Oct. 24, 1909. Correct Attest: W. B. KIRKPATRICK. E. H. CROSBY, . A. ZAHNER, Directors. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Be it known that my application Is now on file in the office of the crobate court of Shawnee county, Kan., asking for a per mit to sell intoxicating liquors according to law at No. 632 Kansas ave., in the Second ward of the city of Topeka. Shaw nee county, state of Kansas. Hearing is set for the 22nd day of December, 1906, at 9 a. m. GEO. W. STAN SFIELD. NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The merchants and business men of the city of Topeka and elsewhere, and all other persons with whom my wife, Mary I. Barnes, may have in the past, or may In the future, transact business, are here by notified that I will not be responsible for any Indebtedness, of any kind or character, which she might Incur, or which she might seek to have charged against me. Datea at lopeita, mis uta aay or .No vember, 1906. 8 BARNES. C. H. KENNEDY, gas fitting a specialty stove burners and gas fixtures. 2oS Har rison St. Ind. 74.S2. Bell -442. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, 423 Kan- BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. S. CYCLE CO., 118 E. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnson blcycles.Supplles. repairs. FLORISTS. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plaAts.cut flow ers, paints, designs, decorations. 106 W. Eighth. Tel. 37 Greenhouse 12th and Mon. CUT flowers, floral designs. Special at tention to out of town orders. James Hayes, 107 W. Eighth st. Tel. 377. carpenters and builders. "nTTmu-Iu " General contractor and builder. Job work done quickly and neatly. Shop 14 W. Eighth st. " Ind. TeL 1004. , J. C. WILSON, contractor and buildr Job work promptly done. ISO E. Eighth rt. Ind. tel. 1244. SIAXCFACTCREES. E. a. KINLEY. Manufacturer and dealer In all kinds of vehicles. Bee us about that delivery wag on. 116 W. Fifth st. ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM TIME TABLli, --, . The "Right Road" To and From an -.tween MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL FORT WORTH COLORADO SPG 3 DENVER OMAHA KANSAS CTTT ST. JOSEPH PEORIA MEMPHIS ST. LOUI3 CHICAGO snscEiXANEora EY1B AND CLEANING WORKS. YE AND CLEANING WORKS. DTK AND CLEANING WORKS. "hls Is the only dry Heantrut house in this city. Ladjre' and gentlemen's clothing cleaned Use tie w. Give us a, cali. BOTH PHONES 9E7. 830 Kansas Ave. FOFDIGEK St PON. ROEDIGER t SON. And Everywhere Beyond. (Effective Sunday. Nov. 18, 1908.) ALL TRAINS DAILY. EAST BOUND. Leave. No. 14 Texas ft K. C. Express.... 4:30 am. No. 90 Cal. A Chlcaero Fant Mall. E:O0 am. No. 10 Colorado Si K. C. Fiyer... 8:09 am. No. 12 Ft. Worth & Chicago Ex.. 3:20 pm. No. 28 Colorado & St. Iouis Ex.. 8:65 prn. No. 44 Golden State Limited 6:33 pm. No. 6 Chicknha & K. C. Ex.... 8:00 pm. WEST BOUND. Leave. No. 13 K. C. & Texas Express 12:10 am. No. 29 Chicago &Cal. Fast Mall. 1:06 am. No. SS K. C. & Chlckasha Ex.... 9:45 am. No. 43 Golden State Limited 11:46 am. No. 11 Chicago & Ft Worth Ex., 1:16 pm No. 27 -St. Louis & Colorado Ex.. 1:30 pm No. 39 K. C. & Colorado Special.. :u6 vm No. 114 Topeka X St. Joe Express 8:01 am ST. JOSEPH SERVICE. NORTH BOUND. No. SJ Topeka & Pt. Joe Expres.. 3:50 prn' No. 54 Topeka c St. Joe Express. 8:01 am! FROM ST, JOSEPH. No. SI St. Joe & Topeka Express 12:50 pm. No. 53 Bt. Joe Hi Topeka Express 7:46 pm. No. 113 St. Joe & Topeka Express 7:45 pm RAILROAD TIME TABLES. UNION PACIFIC. EASTBOUND. 102 Llmtted , jo K. C, Local Passenger.. No. 104 ""iJ;i" s No 108 K. C.-Ha!ina Express.... . iNO' WESTBOUND. Mo 107 K. C.-6alina Express lo No. 103 Denver-Pac. Coast Ltd. .11 ' No; KS Junction City local pass. 6 No. 101 Limited - Daily except Sunday. All others :05 am. :15 am. .10 r,m pm, :35 am. :&') am. :M pm. :55 prn. daily. MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLE. 'Daily Except Sunday.) SOUTHBOfJN-n. Rs. 610 Passenger to Ft. Scott. ,..2:j pm. No. fl-Frelgbt . , 7:0am. NORTHBOUND. Nn. e1"4 Passen?e- from Ft. Scott. t? W pm. No. 691 Freight.. , 6:45 piur