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THE v TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOTJEjrMdOTJA
9 "I I . 9 t f i i f l t 5 i ( 1 t S , - 50 V omen' s ymd" Misses' New Cants- Very "Much '-: 'Underprised '.; : TMs morning's express brought us this line of stylish new. coats. They were lines of which the manufacturer from whom we bought them had only so many-remaining and we took what ihere were of the styles .disejribed here. . Tomorrow these garments will be placed on sale in our great Ready-To-Wear Section, Second Floor. . Long Grey Plaid Coat with black vel vet collar, turn-back cuffs with black velvet trimmings overlaid with soutache braid. Patch pockets. We had this coat earlier in the season at $10.00 now $6.75. 50-inch All Wool Gray Invisible Plaid Coat collarless effect with pipings of green velvet on slant pockets, and cuffs. Body and sleeves Venetian cloth lined. Though the real value of this gar ment is $12.50 our price is $7.95. 50-inch Coat Good Quality Broad cloth military collar of velvet, also flat neck trimmings of soutache braid. Round pocket braid and velvet trimmed. Novelty buttons. Body lined with Ve netian cloth. Tan, green, red and brown. Coats with the appearance of $15 gar ments. Priced at $10.00. See them in our South Window. Sale of Street and Semi-Dress Hats Tuesday and Wednesday are set apart for the special selling of fifty pretty, becoming hats, underpriced at $3.00. All are new hats, xery stylishly made of ex cellent materials. Best selections will go to those who come earliest. ' The marriage of Miss Jessie Payne and Mr. Day Karr of Seattle, Wash., will take place at the home of the bride's mother Mr?. Annie Payne, 522 Topeka avenue, Saturday afternoon; The ceremony will be a very simple one performed by the Rev. C. A. Finch of the First Christian church in the presence of a few relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Fulton of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Aniba of Marquette, Mich., and Miss Anna Flayer of Chicago will come to Topeka this week to attend the ceremony. Mr. Karr will arrive from Seattle Thursday night. Miss Alice Lnkin gave a luncheon to day for Jessie Payne. The others asked were Mrs. William V. Wikidal, Miss Frances Solomon of Atchison, Miss Quinton, Miss Fay Quinton, Miss Mary Meade and Miss Reita Updegraff. The table decorations were In pink . and green. This is the first of a series of luncheon which Miss Lakln is planning to give during the winter. Mrs. Everett B. Akers entertained nine tables at bridge this afternoon for her guest. Miss Alice Holm of Ham mond, Ind. Justice and Mrs. Henry F. Mason will give a 7 o'clock supper followed by cards, at their apartment, 1015 Van Buren street, this evening: for the fol lowing guests: Dr. and Mrs. William F. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bunger, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Bowman, Captain and Mrs. Clad Hamilton. The table flowers will be yellow chrysanthemums. A man who has just returned from Chicago brought home a marrying Ftory on a formerly of Topeka young bachelor now living there which, if it proves true, will just naturallv 'break tfee. hearts of half the girls in town Miss Mary B. Moore entertained the debutantes' bridge club today. Emporia Gazette: Miss Elizabeth McPhee entertained at dinner Friday night in honor of her second birthday. Mrs. G. A. Riddle invited about fifty friends to spend the afternoon Thurs day in compliment to Mrs. T. C. Bid die, of Topeka. who has been her ffuest for a week. Pink and white ear ...tions adorned the parlors and din f i:jt room. Pink shades were used on the gas lights. Mrs. Charles Harris saner two songs, accompanied bv Mrs. IX H. Stone. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Biddle enter tained Tuesday evening with six handed euchre, complimentary to Mrs T. C. Biddle, of Topeka. Carnations and ferns were the house decorations. Mrs. W. E. Dowden and Mr. W. H. Mapes carried off the honors of the evening. W. L. Hug-gins contributed two of James Whitcomb Riley's selec tions. Refreshments were served j Mrs. W. T. Crosby entertained the Monday whist club this afternoon ; Leavenworth Times: Mr. and Mrs. ' C. W. Goss and Miss Jessie Goss have Madine Face Powder' Produces a Beoctifal Complexion. Soft and velvir - T . uuuns until washed ofi. Purified fcy a newly discovered pro gress. Harml-M. - water. Prevents re- turn of discoloration. ; la green boxes only.) - .,..-J kuy one 30c pack- uafe and money will ha refunded it you are not entirely satisfied. Tints WKite. Flesh. . Pint, Brunette. By leading druggists or mail. V .7Ts'a b NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, Tenn. j i-oKI ny t.miin ura? l o., irea Snow. j f tud other druggists. MILLS' - STORE NEWS band down shaped cuffs issued invitations for a card party to be given Wednesday evening, Decem ber 5th, and Mrs. and Miss Goss will entertain again on Thursday after noon, December 6th, with six-handed euchre. There is a rumor of the engagement of an Emporia Owl and a Kansas City chap both well known here in the Mellin's food set. Parsons Sun: Mrs. W. E. Feess en tertained the Entre Nous girls for her sister. Miss Lizzie Warner, in honor of Mrs. Chas. Lewis of Topeka, last Sat urday afternoon. The annual vestry meeting of Grace cathedral will be held tonight at the cathedral. The Saturday night Five Hundred club which was to have met this week has been postponed to next week. A subscription dance will be given by Mr. Don Osborn and Mr. Leo Shreve at Hudson's Tuesday evening, December 4. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Scott will give a Thanksgiving dinner party Thursday. The Saturday Afternoon club will give an informal "spread" this evening at the home of Miss Neil Allen on West Sixth avenue in honor of Miss Fanny Funk whose marriage to Mr. Frank L. Sturges takes place Wednesday. The company will include Miss Funk. Mrs. Charles E. Josiin, Mrs. Lawrence Banks of St. Louis, Mrs. Otis Alien, Miss Allen, Miss Agnes Burdge, Miss Katharine Gentry, Miss Edna Guy, Miss Ida Tinker, Miss May Bailey, Miss Ella Bailey, Miss Florence Bailey, Miss Ethel Hartley, Miss Bess Elder and Miss Maud Van Houten. Mrs. Charles L. Short will entertain the Friday Bridge club the next meet ing in pdace of Mrs. Luther Burns as first announced. One of most interesting places in town every' evening from 5 to 8 o'clock is a corner drug store where, if you amillion girls to fashion and to fame amillion gorles to fashion and to fame unknown all pretty and some of them million dollar beauties even if they're not dressed for the part who run in to use the telephone and arrange or adjust their "dates." Miss Edna Herbst's and Miss Maud Grimes' dancing class for children will meet this week on Friday instead of Saturday morning at Hudson's, there being no school on Friday. Mrs. F. L. Park and Mrs. C. E. Sutherland entertained a large com pany at the home of the former. 1305 Tenth avenue west, Friday afternoon. The house was lighted with colored electric lights and decorated with palms. ferns and cut flowers pink ones in the parlor and red in the dining room. The feature of the after noon was a "showing" of old fashioned bonnets and hats, each guest bringing one. Some of the hats were very old, one guest contributing to the show a bonnet which had been worn by her great great grandmother. Miss Ethel Frizzell and Mrs. A. M. Petro gave a short programme of piano numbers and readings. The entertainment was in honor of Mrs. A. C. Macgargee of Colorado Springs. Xotea and Personal Mention. Miss Frances Connell rettirned yes terday from Milwaukee, Evanston and Chicago, where she has been visiting. She was accompanied bv Miss Ruth Meckel, who will visit the J. M. Con nell family for some time. Miss Madge Bullene ot Denver is visiting the Lathrop Bullene family and others in Lawrence and Will come to Topeka later to visit her sister, "Mrs. Chester Woodward. Mr. William Weilhouse will attend the Domino dance to be given in Leav enworth tonight. Miss Frances Solomon returned to her home in Atchison this afternoon after a visit to Mrs. "W. "W. Wikidal. Mrs. Charles Blood Smith has re turned from a visit in Kansas City. Mrs. Arthur Bowie will spend Thanksgiving Day in Kansas City. Miss Edna Herbst and Miss Maud Grimes will go to Emporia Friday af ternoon for an Owl dance and to stay over Sunday with Miss Katherine Holmes. Mrs. A. M. Davidson of Tates Center has come to Topeka to spend the win ter with her daughter Mrs. Charles Lowrey 1201 Fillmore street. Mr. Sam i Splendid Coat for Misses' School Wear all wool dark Scotch plaid, brown and green. Graduated stitched back, coat collar, bishop (j sleeve gathered into cuff, flap pockets, a $15 coat for $10.00. Scotch Plaid Coat in dark rich shades of green, blue and brown, metal buttons and large pockets, button U trimmed, large hood lined with Scotch plaid taffeta silk. Extraordinary value. Price $12.50. Handsome Gray and Blue Plaid Coa,t with two broad tailored straps down back and front, finished at ends with three large blue velvet buttons, patch pockets and cuffs button trimmed, blue velvet collar. Exceptionally good style and good value at $12.50. Davidson of Denver spent Sunday vHitiv Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKeever and their daughter Berenice will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Otho Sprague True. The Guild of Grace cathedral will have an all day meeting Tuesday of this week instead of Wednesday, the usual meeting day. A large attendance is requested. Leavenworth Post: Mrs. Eugene Burr and Miss Florence Burr, of New York, will come shortly to spend Christmas with Mrs. Dakctah Ryan and family. Messrs. Strauss, of Strauss Realty Co.; Berry, of the Industrial school; Hill, of Washburn college; Kistier, of Kistler-Metzler Merc. Co., and Bloom of the State Journal, will attend the Kappa Sigma fraternity banquet . at Kansas City Wednesday .evening,,, Dr. and Mrs. A-JH. .fhornireorfc hwr-tf returned from a visit in StJxHJii Jsw Dr. J. D. Patterson of Kansas City was the guest yesterday of Dr. and Mrs. Willis A. Coston. Mr. Gaylord Warner o'f Kansas City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E Morton at the Devon. Mrs. Frank Moss and her babj' daughter, of St. Marys, are guests of her mother, Mrs. C. H. Guibor. Mr. Moss will come down "Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving and they will re turn Thursday night. Mr. Taylor Beleher of Kansas City will spend Thanksgiving with his moth er, Mrs. James Belcher. Miss Jessie Payne will spend Thanksgiving Day in Kansas City. Mrs. W. A. Carr of Junction City, guest of her mother, Mrs. K. F. King, returned home Saturday night. Mr. Lew Graham spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Graham in-St: Marys. '"' " "' ''r--i Mrs. John V. Rowles went -to Wa-1 mego Saturday night for a short visit with relatives. Mrs. F. W... Watson and her children spent Sunday in St. Marys. Mrs. Russell Helm. Mrs. George Miller and her guest, 'Mrs. Fitzgerald, were down from St. Marys to spend Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Nelson have gone to Pittsburg, Kansas, to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Currv and Mr. and Mrs. George Mor ris. They w ill be gone a week or ten days. . v Miss Katharine Graves, soprano, has gone to southern Illinois to fill a rjrofessional engagement. She Will re turn for the holidays and will leave again shortly afterwards for a similar engagement in South Dakota. Leave "your order with Mrs. Lord for your Thanksgiving . chrysanthe mums, roses, carnations and viotets and you will be sure to have them. Many Topeka families are planning to avoid the tremendous labor of pre paring a big Thanksgiving dinner. They will dine at the Cremerie restau rant, where elaborate preparations are being made for the feast day.- Dinner will be served from 12 to 7:30. o'clock. WASHBl-KX-OKLAIIOMA. Big Football .Game . nt Oklahoma City . Thanksgiving. The Washburn college students are enthusiastic about the big footbal' game with the University of Oklahoma on Thanksgiving day. They are pre paring to take 100 or more rooters as the Santa Fe railway has made them the extremely low rate of $5.00 for the round trip, provided that number is se cured. They are having great success and almost the required number has signed the roil promising to go now. The crowd will probably go with the team on No. 17, 12:50 a. m.. Wednes day night, arriving noon next day, re turning, leave Oklahoma City 4:40 a. m., arrive Topeka 5 p. m., Friday. There will he tourist cars for accommodation of those who desire them at $1.50 for double berth. . Thanksgiving Iaj- Excursion via Rock Island. For Thanksgiving the Rock Island will sell tickets to points locally, 300 nii'es, or where one way rate Is $9.10 or less, at one fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets-on sale November 28 and 29, limited for return December 3, 1906. For any further information see Rock Island agents. A. M. FULLER, C. P. A., Rock Island Depot. If you need a turkey or chicken for Thanksgiving, call up 443 Independent. Frank Miieham. A WANTS"-?; Read tmc' Journal's wantcolumn5 to cetwkat yovj are: after. 7, 4 0J MA U A 09 MAKE SU5V , QUlCK.,SAt-E S ' ' 1 Moarget- onf (or want ads. B. P. Williams and wife. to A., and M. E. Clayton, lot 352 Wabash ave., J. W. Morris add .; $ 125 R. Patterson and wife: to:J. Mildner, - w. M of 11. i& of -w. n. &' of s. e. 21-11-16, also lots 11-13-15-17-13 and 21 Oakland ave., Oakland 2,500 X. S. Wear and wife to J. II. Schlegel, lots 'lOr'arid tf'SKllx ave:,' ' "" west 2,325 J. W. Taylor and wife to" G. Hoff man, n. . M of n. -w. ' 4-13-16..'....' 1,000 O. Vaughn and wife, to A. W. Dana, lot 1 sec. 2U-11-17. ' " "' X. Chiles and wife to H. Crow, pt. lots 211-13 and 15 Quiney st 6,200 a. im. (jreenwooa to a. widall, lots . 436-SS-40 and 42 Sumner ave.. J. Nor ton s 2nd add J.'... ;vi 300 Ji.. M. Kelt and husband to J. Ditto, 2,7X, pt. lots 2fl to 36 inc. Buchanan St.. Harvey s sub 2,700 WANTED A position as grocery clerk or meat cutter. O. K., care Journal. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call- up.Y. M. C. A.'Ind. tel. 90S or Bell tek. 907 red. ' We have- list of men and confidential references concerning: them. Y. M. C. A. Employment bureau, 9th and Quiney sts. WAXTKP MALI? ITKr.I. Immediately SEVERAL Topeka MEN or vicinity, under 35, to prepare for coming Railway Mail Clerk Exams. Good pros pects. 365 Inler-State Bldg, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. WANTED Farm hands,- $25 per month; bridge carpenters, '25e-. per hour, colored kitchen boys, porter's". 503 Kansas ave. In. phone 14SS. Bell 1630. KvANTfet) Men' to '-ship south and east; girls alt kinds worn. Kansas ave. Iird-.iaSlii Belt 1828. .' : : -. WANTED Laborers to, ship south, bridge carpenters, car repaii-er,. farm hands laborers, kitchen help," hieii cooks. Cap ital Employment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED A. man to ' dufc wood by the cord. Will give board "and room for doing the chores. which are light, but want it d"ne right. ; One", cow tO'iniik. Could also find work for man's 'wife if a married man wanted the job. A married man can have at. least a winter's job. CaQ Jit Olivers' 'Dye Wjjrks. 118 East 7th. WANTED Kansas organizers: fraternal. social: order: not insurance; good com missions;, position pernittniuat; . plenty of good territory. Address State Organiser, Room . gG.,, QpijicabiaA BAg... Topeka,.. Kan,, WANTED- First class Cremerie restaurant. arm - waiters. WANTED-3ftn with ,ci nn spring f wagon 'o fleliJrjE-r brrtratfe WVMihV" ante: FE3feirj3 HE1P, WANTEIftTwo dtnina rcom girls, Fifth Avenue hotel. WANTED Mothers to see our boys' suits and overcoats. 3 to. M years. 50 cents a week. RIDGLEY'S. 113 E. 8th. - WANTED Good girl- for . general house -work. No--washing. 1 515 1 Buchanan st. Phones: Bell 754, Ind. 452. WANTED Lunch counter girls J20 month women cooks, house .girls, kitchen help Capital Employment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. WANTED A competent white girl for general house work. 'Small family. - No washing. Good wages., , Jnd. phone 4113. Klft-We-st St.- - ,,- . - -,-. - -- WA'NTEI-A first, class housekeeper;; Mrs. Stewart, o-'i lyier St., WANTED Housekeeper, 'chambermaid, dining- room girl, dish washer.- 503' Kan sas ave.- Ind.- phone MSS. Bell: 1630. WANTED Girl for second work at In gleside. 521 Huntoon. ' WANTED Ladies to know that we have just received another fine line of long loose coats. SI. 00 a week. - 4 . . -RIDGLEY'S, 113 E. Sth. WANTED Girl for general housework. References required, C21 Topeka ave. WANTED Girl for- general housework. Call mornings, S32 Tyler st. WAXTFn SALESMEN. WANTED In each states salesmen -to sell large line tobaccos. Permanent position. Central Tobacco Co., . Norfolk, Va. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. 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 Some one to take a small horse 3 months for its feed. Inquire 701 West Euclid. - . WANTED Mothers to see; our Misses' and little girls' coats: 50 cents a week. RIDGLEY'S, 113 E. Sth. WANTED At once 2 modern rooms, fur nished for light housekeeping.- Call Ind. phone 3S42. WANTED Feathers. highest market price paid. Wm. Shlck, 2nd -and Jack son. Phone 436. THE ODDITY. $5.00 in lc pieces to be throne away Thank giving day at 2 p. m. 530 Kansas ave. Get bizzy. ". WANTED To buy veale calves. 412 East 4th. Tel. 360. . -.. WANTED To borrow $2,500 on Topeka real estate. Wiil pay 7 per cent interest. Address Room SO, Savoy hotel, Topeka. THAXKSGnTXG DAY EXCCRSIOS Kansas City and Return, $2.7 Sr.nta Fe. Football Game, Kansas vs. Missouri. Tickets on sale" November 28, 29; final return limit December 3d. We will have special train returning at 11:30 p. m.-Thanksgiving night which will enable all to see Football game in afternoon and the theaters'at night, re turning home aiter theaters are out. T. L. KING, Agent. Chicago and Return $16.00, Santa Fe, Account Live Stock show, tickets on sale Dec. - 1st - to 4th, ' final limit , Dee, 10th, but can bo extended to leav. Chi cago as late as Dec. 31st. v;"""" ATKfj MlrTTi'VNFOTTS. WANTED Partner; half interest In good Tmvtat-eanfeln"e . willing . to travel; xt fcj ierc not s'.d. CjuI, Belmont, 1 7 W. fcb tw- . . . " WANTED-V n cav and fat cows. H. M. Baan. Ijid. Hiune 3J14. WANTED Horses to "winter best care. W. T. Daws Ml. Ind....teL 127S 2. WANTED Partner "in 'my law business. A. P.. Tone Wilson, Jr., Topeka, Kansas. WANTED Ladies to see our swell long coats. Si .) a vvJ'lt. ' hiUUU.f'S, 13 E. Sth. WANTED -Yu o i"OW S. fi. Martin. Sr D , canjtr st, has removed to Keith "block, flG ave. Room 10. . , - t--;' -' " "-" ' ' WE pav highest Sh prices for your cast off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop us a card or call Ind. tel.,153S. Abe, Jacob son. 508 Kansa. ave. WANTED To buy goofi second hand clothes, $2 to $S suit; shoes, hats, over coats. M. Hanson, 425 Kansas Ave. Call or drop a card. FOR RENT ROOM?. FOR RENT Furnished light' housekeep ing and slcepings rqonis S32 Monroe. FOR RENT Modern furnished '. rooms. 306 Van Buren st. Bell 2265. FOR RENT Modern furnished room; meals convenient: 322 East Sth. Tel. ioi2. FOR RENT Room and board with gas -. light and heat. " 607 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 1st and 2d floor; modern house. 310 -West 6th st. THE ODDITY. $5.00 in lc pieces to be; throne away Thank giving day at 2 p. m. 5o0 Kansas ave. Get bizzy. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, steam heat. Ill West 6th st. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms. Rates moderate. 1112 Kan. ave. Ind. S222. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, everything - new and modern. 524 West 10th. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Heat and modern conveniences. 501 Madison at. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern, gas heat, electric light. S34 Quiney st. FOR RENT One furnished and two un furnished rooms to parties who will take macls out. All modern conveniences. 71S West 6th st. FOR RENT HOTTSKS. FOR RENT 4 roomed house. 723 Lane . St. Call 700 East 7th. FOR RENT Four room house, 1401 Kan .. sas ave. $7. Ind. phone 5561. FOR RENT House, 213 Topeka ave. quire 215 Topeka ave. Gas. In- FOR RENT 5 room cottage. 111 Tyler. ; Owner, 1332 Spruce st. Ind. 2662. FOR RENT 223 Buchanan St., 6 rooms, barn. J12.D0. Shawnee Agency, 534 Kan sas ave. FOR RENT 1273 Polk, '5 room house, with or without- gas. , IriL phone 6814. FOR RENT New, modern house very reasonable. 1330 Harrison. Call 1613 Topeka FOR RENT 3 roomed cottage with large rbarn; in good repair. 722 Chestnut st. FOR RENT S2S Huntoon, 6 room modern house, gas, heat, $20. Call Shawnee Gro cery. ,,..... . FOTT-TtENT A comfortable dwelling at S21 Fillmore St., steam heat, natural gas and electric lisrht. modern Diumblng. See G. A.tiMojrsi Hail Lithographing Co. FOR RSTT-Fine "wifing, all modern. Inquire county clerk's office. FOR HUNT-Modern 8 room houje at 1321 Tyler St.. good barn. J. Thomas Lcm bei Co.. 213 W. f.th- St.' FOR RENT 2 nice office rooms, ground FOR RENT Dec. 1, store 50x100 ft.. 210 Kansas ave. Clarence Skinner. Phone 1S6. FOR RENT 365 acre farm, Jackson coun ' ty; possession at once. A. P. Wilson, owner, 413 Kansas ave., Topeka, Kan. FOR RENT 2 office rooms, steam heat. hot and cold water, suitable tor doctor or dentist. Inquire Cremerie restaurant- for sAr.F-AifwrrrjjAvrora. FOR SALE Household furniture. Morn ings or after 6. 101S Topeka ave. FOR SALE OR TRADE Good Topeka hotel. A. P. Wilson, 413 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Nice young Plymouth hens, 9 cents pound, weigh 5 and 6 pounds. No commission house or grocers. J. D. Stevens, 923 N. Tyler St. OLD TABLES, SHELVING AND COUNTERS WANTED. State what you have and price asked and address D. C, care journal. FOR SALE Good milk cow. 6th st. .. 1913 East FOR SALE Turkeys, chickens and fresh country egggs. Frank Miieham, 443 Ind. FOR SALE Horses and fresh milk cows. H. E. Fletcher. Bell phone 3SS2-1. FOR SALE A 40 ft. baggage car without wheels, suitable for chicken house, grainery or barn. Clarence Skinner, 611 Quiney St., Topeka. FOR SALE Thoroughbred French Toy poodle pups, 834 .Monroe st. THE ODDITY. $5. 00 in lc pieces to be throne away Thank giving day at 2 p. m. 530 Kansas ave. Get bizzy. - v FOR SALE Up-to-date 50 bbl. roller flour mill in thriving N. E. Kansas town. Address Box 91, Morrill, Kan. USE the "Silver- Leaf" brand pickles, vin egar, mince meat. etc. Otto Kuehna Preserving Co.. phone 300. FOR SALE OR RENT A first class wagon shop. Inquire of Geo. McCallis ter, over 111 East 6th. FOR SALE A fresh cow. Inquire at 1033 Clay st. . - , - FOR SALE One ne-r Improved Economy cream separator, or. will trade for hogs or cows, , f Barkhurst-r Davis Mer. Co. I HAVE , GOOD; BARGAINS IN SUR. : reys, top buggies, YuhabouU and spring wagons. Call and see them. Repairing, palntingr trimming -smd rubber tires. E.G. KINLEY, Repository- IK) W. 5ta. 424-426 Jackson St. FOR SALE Good fresh 1504 South Quiney- st. cow, cheap. FOR SALE S00 business cards for $1.00; 1st class printing at proportionate rates. Trapp. 714. Kansas are. - . FOR SALE OR RENT 100 typewriters, all makes, hew- and 2d hand. The Mac Powell OfHce Supply - Oo.. 314 Kan, av. FOR SALE 1 good 8-horse power motor at the aieryafc Bakery. FOR SALE 2 good mlik cows, calf, bug By and harness, 1023 North Topeka ave. f OIl SALE KEAL- ESTATE. TOR&AlSMTTimTe7TirTEast Sth ave.. Houses and lots 42S Buchanan st. Small house and lots southeast corner 6th ave. and Lawrence st. Call 119 East Sth ave. FOR SALE 9 room modern house, 1535 Topeka ave., 3 lots, enst front. Will sell with or without furniture. Will take rental -.property m Topeka as part pay. A. P. Tone Wilson, Jr., owner, 413 Kan sas ave. Independent Phone 1394, To peka,. Kansas. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO.. REAL ESTATE. LOANS. INSURANCE. Borne Special Farms and City Bargains- . 435 KAJtf, AVE." OPP. POSTOFFICE. j THE SHELDON REAL ESTATE CO., 822 Kansas ave., can sell your property. FOR SALE 5 room house and 2 lots, 1017 Jefferson, north; payments. M. Heery. FOR EXCHANGE. LAW LIBRARY to exchange for real estate. What have you to offer? Ad dress Room SO, Savoy hotel, Topeka. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for 9 rooms, to exchange for residence property or wc-stern land. Address room SO, Savoy hotel, Topeka, INDEPFVDNCM" STOCK FOR SALE. We have secured 10,000 shares of the Independence Mines & Power Co., Ltd. Stock which we can -sell, all or part, at 40 cents per share. This company operat ing in Big Creek 'i district, Idaho, is favorably known by all mining men. Address Mhoon Com. Co., 820 Main St., Boise, Idaho. CISTERN WATER. WE FILL CISTERNS WITH PURE drinking water. C. C. Nicholson. Tel. 390 LOST AXD FOtTXD. LOST Cameo pin, surrounded by pearls Reward for return to Throop Hotel. LOST Merchants' National bank deposit book. J. H. Burnhara. Return to bank. THE ODDITY. fO in lc nieces to be throne away Thank giving day at 2 p. m. ave. -Get bizzy. 530 Kansas LOST String of gold beads between Na tional hotel and S06 West Sth. Reward for return to S06 West Sth. MESIXG. FOR SALE Zinc mine, $50,000; 10 acres, 20 per cent rovalty, large 300 ton mill, enough ore to run mill over five years, netting $750 per week; now. Jamot Brown, Miners' Bank Bldg., Joplin, Missouri. CLAIRVOYANT. C .' QUEEN STELLA & THALMA, Clairvoyants, mediums, palmists, con sultation rpnr business, sickness, Invest ments, speculations, love and family diffi culties, separated united. Ail work guar anteed. Lessons in palmistry. Mediums developed and ordained. Consult us. 107 W. 7th st., 7 to 9. PERSONAL. SALVAR. Call or write J. A. Poiley, gen. agt., 103 E. Gth. A permanent and positive cure for all blood diseases and consumption. PLUMBING. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ. expert plumber and gas fitter. 219 W. 6th. Ind. 1079. Bell S59. FREE DISPENSARY. MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical Fervlee free. Modicine free in some cases. OJfice hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calls anewprfd night or day. Ind. tel. 3413. BUGGY REPAIRING. SURREYS, runabouts and top buggies at bottom prices. Repairing and rubber tires. Repository 116 W. Fifth St. Factory 414-426 Jackson st. E. G. KINLEY. LEGAL. Office of City Clerk, Silver Lake, Kan. Nov. 19, 1906: Sealed proposals will be received at this office untii 1 o'clock p. m November 30, 1906, and the contract awarded at that time, for the construction and completion, of a sidewalk on Railroad avenue be tween Beaubien and Medora streets, one hundred and eighty-five feet long and twelfe feet wide, to the curbing. The city reserves right to add to the length some -100 feet. The sidewalk to be constructed In con formity with Ordinance No. 114, approved November 5,. 1906.. Proposals to be made for the walk with sand foundations. 4 inches in depth and constructed with hard corrigated side walk brick.; and -rnusti be of a quality equal to ?the sample the bidders leave with the city clerk. - Bidders must state in their proposals - the price per square foot, which shall Include nil labor and material and cleaning up after construc tion and all materials used in the con struction shall be subject to inspection and acceptance of chairman of committee on sidewalks, and all the work to be done under his general supervision and sub ject to the final inspection and accept ance bv mayor and council. All proposals must be accompanied by a certified check for $50, payable to the city of Silver Lake, as a guarantee that the party to whom the work shall be awarded, will enter into a written contract within 5 days after such award to, perform the work within such time' asi the mayor and coun cil mav designate at the time of awarding the -contract. City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. " W. R. FRISBEY, City Clerk. Silver Lake. Kan. State of Kansas, Shawnee county, ss. In the matter of the estate of F. M. Edwards, late of Shawnee county, Kan sas. - NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given, that on the 26th day of November, A. D. 1906, the under signed was, bv the probate court of Shaw nee county, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of F. M. Edwards, late of Shawnee coun ty, deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordinglv. CHARLES STEVENS. Administrator. 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 nrobate court of Shawnee county. Kan., asking for a per mit to sell intoxicating liquors according to 'aw 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. STANSFIELD. I will not be held responsible for any bills of any kind contracted by the party claimlng to be my wife. She Is not my wife and I will not pay any bills she may contract. D L. KING. The undersigned has been appointed ad ministrator for the estate of Cyrus M. Kistier, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate are requested to file them with the- crobate court of Shawnee county within thirty days. J. BARRETT, Administrator. Nov. 19, 190S. sroxEV Mursiil to loan fur lrm unci r.U v Lrot-' erty at the lowest rates and easiest terms.!' Moon. Charles & Co.. 116 E. Fifth st. j MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per- " sonal security, household goods, typewrit, ers. W. E. Segmne, 413 K. A. Ind. tel. 117. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal propertv. You can pay back oy tiie week or month. Topeka Invest-1" went & Loan Co., room 12, Veal block. 's MONEY to loan on personal property," pnvment $1.23 week wiii pay oft loan $-5, J" & weeks. G. H. Flintham. notary pub-. I.e. 90C B. -Fourth at. Ind. tel. 977. MONEY to loan on llva stock, pianos, or- ' gar.s, typewriters, household goods and personal wrirv. L. Biscoe, 623 Kan. ave.., MERCHANTS IKAiNtilf'liH Ac STOKAUE -o., packs, ships and stores household . roods. Tel. 1S6. Clarence Skinner. 6U Quiney st. ATHEETOX BROS. NEW LOCATION. Office 21S E. Cth st. Both nhones Dii. Moving and sitorage. express and bautrage. All kinds goods packed, stored and for-., warded to any point ia iTr.ited States. -, WHOLESALERS. ' -JUii.IN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fins tools. 7uu Kan sas ave. Tel. SOU. JAMK3 B. HXYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia mond;,, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. YVASHBURN'S PURE APPLE CIDEk" delivered every Monday. Wednesday, PhonToS;"3 Saturda P !- Xi, ' ' ,PEIWELL. funeral director and' embalmer First class service reason" -ble prices. 511 Quiney st. Both phones 19i TAILORING COLLEGE. -MiSS MAKSTON, sos .Kansas ave. receive careful instruction. .t'uyiijd ATHLETIC GOODS. GUNS REPAIRED, exchanged and sold. " Howard's, 710 Kansas sve. . PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. -IDA, 9- BARNES. M. U. Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones 16 residence, and Ind. 1313 oftlcs. 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 disease -?-,71"5rnerl witl1 Private hospital. Oftlca 531 Kansas ave. i-.ri, J t-K 1 . M TWIT! wv tor. 318 Junction bldg.. Kansas City. MoT GAS FITTING. HEATING SIOVES AND HOUSH piping reasonable rates. Gritfm & Hall. 1264 Har rison. Ind.sOnsl. 3331. 5 U. S. CYCLE CO., 118 E. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnson blcycIes.Supplies. repairs. FLORISTS. J. C. RODMAN, blooming platHs.cut tiow fr.v.Ia4IMs'.,,ies,lsns' decorations. K6 W. .falgntn. Uel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Moo. : CUT flowers, floral designs. Special at tention to out of town orders. James Hayes. 107 W. Eighth St. Tel. 377. HUBBARD'S Cut- flowers; bloomins: Plants. " Ihd:42T' WKansas ave. ', CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. General contractor and builder. Joh ! work done quickly and neatly. Shoo 124 "VI r 11 u-litK af . W. Eighth st. Ind. Tel. 1004. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder Job work promptly done. 130 K. Eighth ' St. Ind. tel. 1244. Manufacturer and oealer in all kinds of ' on. lis W. Fifth st. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. KOCKTSLANTrSTii TOPEKA. KAN. The "Right Road" To and From ana MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CTTT ST. PAUL ST. JOSEPH PEORIA MEMPHIS ST. LOUIS COLORADO SPGS DENVtB OMAHA CHICAGO And Everywhere Beyond. (Effective Sunday, Nov. IS, 1906.) ALL TRAINS DAILY. . EAtiT BOUND. Leave. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. J4 Texas & K. C. Express 4 so am. 30 Cal. c umcago asi Mail. 5:00 am 10 Colorado & K. C. Flyer... 8:00 am. 12 Ft. Worth & Chicago Ex.. 3:20 pm. 28 Colorado & St. Louis Ex.. 8:65 pm 44 Golden State Limited...... 6:33 pm go mcA' oc n.. iu. . . . a .uu pm Leave. .12:10 am. 1 :05 am. 9:45 am. No. No. No. No. 13K. C. & Texas Express... 29 Chicago &Cal. Fast Mail 35K C. & Chickasha Ex... 43 No. 11 Chicago & Ft. 'W.orth Ex.. Los pm. Zl St. Louis & Colorado Ex.. l:30piu 8:K. C. & Colorado Special.. :o5 pm. No. No. No. 114 IVmITI Dl-n,, rH B-Vi E5i. juar.rn aijnviUK NORTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND. S2Topeka & St. Joe Express. 8:50 pm &4 Topeka & St. Joe Express. 8:01 um' FROM ST. JOSEPH. SI St. Joe & Topeka Express 12:30 pm 5jgt. Joe & Topeka Express 7:46 pm' ' 113 St. Joe & Topeka Express 7:45 pni NO. No. No. No. No. UNION PACIFIC. EASTBOUND. N-,. 102 Limited 7 ' 10s K. C. Uocal Passenger.... S 104 Atlantic Express 3 i-' 10s K, C.-8alina Express.... 5 10s WESTBOUND. No. 107 K. C.-Sallna Express. ...10 No 103 Denver-Pae. Const Ltd.. 11 0 idsjunction City local pass. irrt -101 Limited 7 :nS am. :15 am. :10 pm. :20 pro. :35 am. :50 am. :20 pm. ''Daily except Sunday. Ail others :oo pm. - aauy. JdlSSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLE. tDally Except Sunday.) - SOUTHBOUND. ' No. 610 Passenger to Ft. Scott JS pm. No. 692 Freight 7:30 am. . - NORTHROUND. r?o 609 Passenger from Ft. Scott,12:r5 pm. No. 691 Freight 8:45 vim LIVERY BARNS. 5oVWEl?F8tn"AV Special attention to boarders, it, C Barnes. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, 423 Kan sas ave., Topeka.