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YH5 TOFEXA' DAILY STATS JOUEIJAL-MOXTDAY'
EVENING,"' DECEMBER 3, 1SQ3. 9 v t; .. ' - rl v) h We must sell at least 50 dinner sets this week. Many of them are as fine as can be found anywhere. Nothing could possibly make a finer Christmas present. But we cannot bother Avith dinner sets after Saturday. If you want one buy it now and i we will lay it away for 3-011 if a yery small payment is made on it. A Pretty Brown Decoration 42-piece set. Regular price $5.00. A few sets left. While they last -$2.50. Flow Blue Pattern all 1 1 i n of our best selling patterns. 42-piece set, special, $3.93. Johnson Bros. White the of semi-porcelain. Nothing a Johnson Bros.' ware. worth $5.00, special, $3.93. Pink and Green Decoration a beauty 50-piece set, worth $5.75, special, $4.39. White and Geld a fast-selling pat tern, late in style and a beautiful decora tion Worth $6.00. Special 50-piece set, $4.59. 4 1 the MIS DEPARTMENT The Store That Sella Everything There will be art- informal subscrlp tion dance at the Country club Thurs day night. Arrangements will be mads for a special car to run to the club or for a conveyance from the place where the cars stop at this season. It is strange, since their father has lost all his money, how many people hava discovered that these erstwhile belles, the Misses Blank, are too fat. Miss Louise Hook, of Leavenworth, daughter cf Judge William C. Hook of the United States circuit court, and Mrs. Hook, was formally introduced to society at a tea given by her mother Saturday afternoon between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock. Miss Hook has re cently returned from Europe where she completed her studies. Among the as fisting fi lends were Miss Julia Leland of Topeka and Troy, Mrs. D. S. Ryan and Miss Ann Ryan. An informal dance for the young pet pie followed the recep tion Saturday evening. Mrs. Joseph Morgan entertained her Monday r.fternoon whist club and a guest table in honor of Mrs. Frank Whitelock of Escalen, Mexico, guest of Mrs. Albert M. Fatten and Mrs. Frank Scott Davis. One energetic Topeka girl has her 450. more or less, Christmas presents all purchased and made, done up with tis sue paper-, red I ibbon, holly "stickers" and Christmas cards ready for distri bution or the post. Friday. December 14. is the date of the next Hellanthus dance. Uncurled plumes are said to be fashionable this season. They always are on rainy days. T'-.e Nautilus club will have a spe cial meeting- Tuesday evening with rr. and Mrs. Frank B. Dains at the Devon. The V and I c-Jub will give a line arty at the Elks' Minstrels tonight. Mrs. Frederick Freeman entertained the D. D. whist club at the Topeka club today. Mrs. Arthur Lingafelt of Chicago played for Mrs. Frank S. Crane and Mrs. W. W. Webb for Miss Kate Gunther. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Harkless of Kansas City will give a dance Friday tvening.. December 28, in honor of their daughter. Miss Harkless, and Miss Luciie Pollock of Topeka who will be home from Miss Mason's school at Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson Mrs. IT. Wr. Henly gave a party at her home In Potwin Saturday after noon from 3 to 5 o'clock In honor of her daughter Opal's twelfth birthday. Always tho Came 1 r" S 9 Xj , m feat ii a W f only fe'ffh cmdi It 1 M i Christmas;-': To Buy Dinner Sets at Extra Special Prices Every dinner set in this big store has been marked way, way down for this week only, to encourage shoppers to buy before the rush for Christmas presents i : These Prices Show to $10 on a Pink Rose Pattern good ware , and a yery pretty thing. Worth $6.00, special, $4.83. -. 1 ;-.m: : - We cannot name one-fourth of our din ner ware patterns, but haATe put special sale tags on all of them. They must go Santa Claus is coming and must have room. Haviland China, White Ransom pat terns, all the go now. Every piece abso lutely perfect and subject to the .most rigid examination. 55-piece set worth $25, special, $19.00. Pink Decoration in Haviland pro nounced by all who haye seen it to be a most beautiful pattern. 64-piece set worth $35.00, special, $25.00. the rage. One Worth $5. perfection can equal 50-piece set, YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK 618 KANSAS AVENUE She was assisted by. Mrs. Fred Reh koph. The girls invited were: Ruth Larimer, Alice Hughes, Ruby Heatson, Neva King, Mary Wehe, Helen Knox, Nina Hurley, Roxle Vancil, Marie Vancil, Florence Hawkins, Anita Wise kirch, Anna Odelins, Beulah Pulley, Cora Davis, Lillian Davis. Mrs Benjamin Thomas Payne has sent out after wedding cards announc ing the marriage of her daughter, Jessie Glick, to Mr. Ernest Day K.irr Saturday, the first of December, To peka. Mr. Don Osborn and Mr. Leo Shreve will give a subscription dance tomor row evening at Hudson's. Mrs. E. W. Poindexter has issued in vitations for afternoon cards Thursday for her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Poin dexter of Parsons. Miss Amanda Findlay will give a dinner followed by cards tonight in compliment to Mrs. A. C. MacGargee of Colorado Springs, who Is her guest. r Miss Zella Tuttle, daughter ' of ' Mrs. O. J. Shannon of 835 Topeka avenue, and Mr. C. F. Powell, also of Topeka, were married in Kansas City Saturday nocn and have returned .to Topeka, where they will be at home in the Adams apartments, 415 Seventh avenue west. Mrs. C. M. Hill entertained the Ideal Card club at her house. 817 Lincoln street, today. Her guests, aside from club members, were Mrs. Luther Burns, Mrs. C. E. Foote. Mrs. H. A. Perrv Mrs. Charles Lyman. Mrs. James Frederick Scott and Mrs. Frank Blanche. Club meetings of the day: The Atlantean, Mrs. J. J. Everlng ham, hostess. The Alta yista, with Mrs. Frederick K. Brown. The Monday Tourist, Mrs. Lindland, Harrison street. The Ramblers, with Mrs. Thomas Costello. The nominating committee of the city federation of clubs will meet to morrow morning with Mrs. W. A. John ston, the chairman. All nominations must be in at that time. Mrs. Annie L. Diggs of Kansas City, President of the Kansas Woman's Press club, has announced the next annual meeting for January 26. The meeting has usually been held in May. A number of out of town Owls were in Emporia to attend the dance given by" the Emporia chapter of Owls at Ballweg's hall Friday night. Misses Maude Grimes. Clara Fleishman and Marguerite Mills and Miss Maide Proudflt of Kansas City were entertain ed by Miss Katherlne Holmes. Miss Dorothy Porter of Kansas iCty was the guest of Miss Nell Hamilton. Miss Marguerite Rowland had for guests Miss Elsie Loucks of Lawrence. Miss Kthel Morris of Kansas City, and Miss Sara Taft of Parsons. Miss Gladys Boyle was entertained by Miss Grace Thomson. Miss Arline Rowland of Lawrence was with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Jones. Miss Marie Lgerstrnm - wa the guest of Miss Edith Dowden. Miss Carrie Potter en tertained Miss Margaret Garvey and Miss Grace Koontz. Miss Grace Wal worth was the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hill. ' Miss Leona Curtis was entertained by Miss Mabel Stone. Miss Carrie Lambert had fer her guest M1S3 Gay Shepard of Kansas City. The Junior Atlantean c'ub will meet Tuesday afternoon with Miss Lescher Instead of with Miss Grace Frost. The ladies of the Presbyterian Aid society will hold a bazaar at J. T. Bark ley's residence. 621 Harrison street. Friday, December 7. Xotc? ami Personal Mention. Mr. and Mis. W. J. Black, of Chicago, passed through town today on their way to Boulder, Col., to attend the wedding of Mr. Black's brother. Mr. Nat Black, and Miss Sallie Corning, daughter of Mrs. George Corning, which takes place Wednesday morning. They will return Friday and will spend a day or two Opportunities a Saving of $1.50 Dinner Set aw ; The Toy Store of Topeka with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Qulnton. Miss Alice Holm, of Hammond. Ind., guest of Mrs. Everett B. Akers, left for her home Saturday. Misses Vida and Louise Wood went as far as Kan sas City with her and spent the day with Mrs. G. L. Miller. Miss Julia Leland, of Troy, was In Topeka with hv-r sister, Mrs. Harry Finlfcy, yesterday on her way home from visits to her sister, Mrs. Chalmers Finley of Vinita, I. T., and Mrs. Will lam C. Hook of Leavenworth. Mrs. Arthur Lingafelt, of Chicago, is here to spend a month with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Brewer. Major Gunther and Miss-'Qurrfher re turned today from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McClintock of Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. C. F. Armstrong, of Clyde, is ex pected Wednesday to visit Mrs. G. C. Bowman. -; Miss Willa Rodgers, who was visiting Mrs. R. S. Black in Ottawa, returned home today. Mrs. Charles Curtis was in Lawrence last week the guest of Mrs. WTilliam B. Hutchinson. Judge J. S. West was in Fort Scott last week. Mr. Iltf Felix was In Ottawa part of last week. Mrs. A. F. Benson, of Ottawa, Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. Ward Page. ; Mr. Harry Curtis, Mr. Wayte Lytle, Mr. Clarence Jordan, Mr. Todd Mat thews and Mr. Clarence Jordan have returned from Emporia where they at tended the Owl dance Friday night. Kansas City Star: Mrs. C. C. Allen and her mother, Mrs. Mary Um methun. will leave Wrednesday for Pass Christian to be gone until Feb ruary. Mrs. Frank Bissell of Minneapolis, Minn., is in Topeka for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. John W. Newell, at 917 West Fourteenth street. Miss Bell Stagg has returned from a visit to Miss Mildred Scott in St. Louis. Miss Marcia Fearce of Junction FRASER BROS.' C. 0. D. STORE Southeast cor. 6th and Jackson Sts. Botl Phones GOO. Buy For Cash GROCERIES 25 lbs. Sugar $1.00 Best Cane Granulated with a ?5.00 S order sugar included. Taylor's High Patent Firm r, 50 lb. sack . ... .$1.00 Ginger Snaps, 2 lb : . . ". . .15c Nayy Beans, 7 lb .25c Canned Corn, per doz . . . 65c Tom Ross 5c Cigars, 3 for 10c or 8 for........ :. 25c 6 lbs. Good Prunes. ... ..25c Sweet Cider, per gal. . . .20c Kansas Oil, per gal 10c Good Country Sorghum, per gal J3Qc Fancy Northern Potatoes, 15 lbs. 20c; 60 lbs 75c MEATS Extra Fine Country Lard, per lb 14c Pork Sausage (our . own make) 2 tb for. . . . . . .25c Fancy Sirloin Steak, lb. 15c Rib Roast of Beef, lb 10c Plate Boiling Meat, Ib.c White Lard, lb ........ . 10c Best Butterine made, lb . 25c Swift's Butterine, lb. . . . 10c j fc3 ii 3 1 will return to the Agricultural college at Manhattan tomorrow. Miss Mary Gleed,. Miss Edna Hop kins, Miss Esther Rauch; - Mr. ' Ray Rauch, Mr. Harry Lewis and Mr. Grove Dolman have returned to the University at Lavyrenoe after spending the Thanksgiving recess in Topeka. Miss Margaret Johnston and her guest, Miss McCotter, returned to col lege at Manhattan today. Mr. - and Mrs. Paul Hudson of the City of Mexico are expected tomor row to visit General and Mrs. Hudson-. ' ' Miss Ona May Miller has returned to the rilltnbeck School of Oratory, Kansas City, after spending the Thanksgiving recess in Topeka. The Guild of Grace cathedral will hold their annual sale in Parlor A of the National hotel Monday, December 10. A "surprise" taWe will be a feat ure of the sale. The annual bazaar of the First Methodist church will be held all day lues-day, Tuesday evening and Wednesday of this week at the church. The chicken pie dinner will be given on Tuesday night. The committee on general arrangements includes Mrs. B M. Davies, Mrs. George M. Noble and Mrs. W. D, Gossett, Mrs. W. H. Rlght er and Miss Sarah Beck. Mrs. I. B. Brown is in charge ; of the dinner ar rangements. Eight booths filled with articles for Christmas are to be in charge of Mrs. E. W, Hoch, Mrs, E. W. Hughes, Mrs. T. A. Beck, Mrs. Irwin Pribhle, Mrs.. John. Fyfe, Mrs. E. L. Copeland, Mrs. W. J. Lewis and Mrs. O. E. Maddox. . Mrs. Jack Mclnnis and her children of Kansas City are at the home of Mrs. J. P. Kelly, 515 Madison street, while Mrs. Kelly is in New York. Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey and her two sons returned today from Coffeyville. Miss Helen Lindsay has returned from a visit in Leavenworth. Mr. William A. Morton and Miss Mil dred Morton wall be - home ; tomorrow from Geneseo, Illinois, where they have been since last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Frost and Miss Grace Frost wHo spent' Thanksgiving In Elmwood, Illinois, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stewart returned today. Mr. W. S. Cole of Garden City is the guest of Mr." and lira. Fred Cole and will be joined this week by his wife. They expect to reside in Topeka per manently. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hudson of Kansas City were guests yesterday of General and Mrs. J. K. Hudson. Miss Isadel Heath has returned, from a visit to Miss Marjorle Davis in Kan sas City. " v " Mrs. Halfdan Jebe will arrive from Norway this week to Join Mr. Jebe, who is the new teacher of- - violin at the Washburn music school. They will be at home at 1241 Clay street. Mr. and J-rs. J. D. M. Hamilton and their son John . have- returned from ,U visit in Fort Madison. s; Miss Rose Graharaf; Miss Florence Ream and Mr. Clarence Ream of Bald win were guests of Miss Cuma Ream 1120 Woodward avenue, over Sunday. Miss Fannie Goodnough has gone to Chickasha, I. T., to remain indefinitely. An afternoon party was given for Bernard Moore in honor of his fifth birthday, Nov. 30, at his home on Mon roe street. . New pyrdgraphy goods received Sat urday. Lessons given. Work done. Mrs. Annie "M. Trapp, 710 Kansas avenue. , ,:The ladies of the First M.t E, Ctnifc-ch will give a chicken pie Oinner in" con-nection'-with thir bazaar at thehutjeh tomorrow evening. You are invited to come and bring your family. Dinner 'will be serv-etl'after 5 o'clock. , Price pc, Corrie early" "aVia select yourCrrrrstfrwrs presents from among the hundreds of pretty and useful things on sale In the different booths. Noon lunch will be served on Wednesday and Supper in the evening. The -A':' B."t Card chtb will meet with Mrs. John Dyal 210 East Tenth avenue Wednesday afternoon.- - - : HE IS A KKNTCUY MAX. J. A. Yates, Xew Preskl.ent of Kansas Academy, Lives: hi' Ottawa. J. A. Yates, the new president of the Kansas Academy of Science, is at the head of the scieece department of Ottawa university.; . He has charge of chemistry, natural hltitorv. physics and other similar work.- and has been at the school for elht years. "" .I m!' Mr" t' r ,,,!) , - m my' - J. A. Yates, Xew President of Kansas Academy of Science, Mr. Yates is a graduate of the State university of Kentucky, and it is rather an unusual circumstance that hie nr.rlflrociT. in the Tirnfpssnrshin at Ottawa was also a Kentucky man. He has a wife and three children. "A It nmi trv Mr Yatfts is h. comnara- iiVe-new comer In the state of Kansas, He has manifested 'much interest in fhp rv-nrt nf the TvfirLsa.A Academv of Science, and is. one Of its- most valued members. ' GATTI CASE IS DISMISSED. Supreme Court Says It Has Xo Jurls - diction in tbe Matter. Washington. Dec. 3. The supreme court of the United States dimissed to day for want of jurisdiction the case of the New York Foundling hospital veus John C. Gatti. This decision re vived the story of about 4 0 orphan children sent from New York to Ari zona in 1904, which at the time re ceived much attention at the hands of the public. The effect of the decision which was determined by Justice Day Is to leave in effect the decision of the Arizona supreme court which was favorable to Gatti. S1G.0O Chicago 'ami Return Via "Rock Island." Account International Live Stock Exposition. Tickets on sale Dec. 1st to 4th, limited for return Dec. 10th. Chicago and Return $16.00, Santa Ke. Account Live Stock show, tickets on sale Dec. 1st to 4th, final limit Dec. 10th, but can be extended to leave Chi cago as late as Dec. 31st. n n M r a fx n et3 , m MISCELLANEOUS AD3. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. H. Robinson and wife to.M. Oswald, lots ovl and 3 Tyler sc., Gould's add. 27 J. H.. Cooper to W. J. Williams, lot S4 Jackson St., Firey's add 120 P. H. Swathey and wife to C. E. Suit, lots 333-5 and 7 Kellam ave., J. W. Morris add 650 J. A. Branch-to J. G. Koller et al., lot Sue and pt. S8 Wisconsin ave.. Keystone sub ........... . 1 H. Carson and wife to J. A. Snyder, lots 41 and 3 Main St., Kingston 500 L. Landoh to J. G. Stonebaker, e. w. 23-13-16 3,600 N. A. Farnsworth and husband to W. A. Neiswanger, n. e. 33-11-16 - : 50,000 First National bank of Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, to M. J. Dills, lots 439 and 41 Reno ave.. J. Norton's 2nd add 700.50 WXTJCTW-SJTIATTONiJ V A NTK D Positi on by -competent sten ographer. W. D., care Journal. WANTED Position as stenographer. 322 Harrison st. Phone 6313 3. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up Y. M. C. A. Indv tel. 90S or Bll tel. 907 red. We have a list of men and confidential references concerning- them. Y. M. C. A. Employment bureau, 9th and Ouinpy sts. WANTED First - class arm waiters. Cremerie restaurant. WANTED Men-- to learn barber trade. Few weeks completes. ' Tools given, wages Saturday. Special inducements now. Great demand for graduates. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber col lege, Kansas CitjviMo. WANTED Boy for light delivery work. Call 1021 W. 6th St. Ind. 443. WANTED Experienced printer. Good wages. Permanent job. Must be re sponsible. Call "atonce. Gavitts', 322 E 5th WANTED 20 bridge carpenters, $2.50 for 10 hours; laborers to ship, $2.00 per day; 25 corn huske.rs, 3c bu. and board; labor ers for city, 2flc hour. Capital Employ ment Agency, 811 Kan. Ave. YOUNG MENRrigrht from Kansas to prepare for entrance Exams, for Railway Mail Clerks. Good prospects. Particu lars FREE. Immediate. 365 Inter-State Bldg., Cedar Fapids- ia. WAXTED FEMALE HET.P. WANraiiWjTBTaTfPor house a'Work y rfernde required. 621 Topeka av. WANTED Washerwoman to do family washing Mondays. S24 Polk. WANTED Woman pastry cook, $45 month: lunch counter man, t50 month. Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kan. av. WANTED Chambermaid and . dining room girl. Fifth Ave. hotel. WANTED Young lady assistant in dental office., S03. Kansas ave. . WANTED Competent white girl, capa . fole of ; taking-.charge of things, for sen-erai.-hofisework. Small family. 'Washing sent out. Good wages to right girl. 1280 Garfield ave. Vr ANTED Girl for general housework; famflj" of two; ho washing. Mrs, W. K. Sythi1034 Hafip&f St. . ; ; .: J'.. WANTED 75 waitresses and lunchcoun ter girls for railiad eating houses, $20 mo., board and pass, for several states. Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED To buy your old carpets. Phone 421. O. Mccormick, rug factory. WANTED To buy printing presses, type, etc., in fact everything for an up-to-date small printing plant. List exactly what you have to offer at your lowest cash price. ' Address .No.'. 100, care Journal. I PAY highest cash prices for your cast -. off clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop card or cftil ind. tel 1573. Bell tel. 200. G.' Gordon, "435 Kansas ave. WANTTSD-Sewing itif day or piece. 1620 Topeka ave. . I)nd.f!.tel. 36S3. WANTED Feathers. highest market price pjiid. Wm. Shick, 2nd and Jack son. Phone 433.' ' - WANTED Vt al calves and fat cows. H M. Bush. Ind. phons 3214. WANTED TO BUY,, within the next two or three weeks a pair of work farm mares, about 1,100 each, well matched. Must be sound, kind and good color. Price must be reasonable. Also good second hand farm wagon and harness. E. B. Merrlam, Columbian bldg. WE pay highest-cash, prices for your cast oft clothing, shoes-hats, overcoats. Drop os a card or ca'.l Ind. tel. li3S. Abe Jacob ROri -Off Kacsf ave, WANTED To buy gooi second hand clothes. $2Uo $S suit; shoes, hats, over coats. M. Maneon. 425 Kansas ave. Call or drop a card. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished light- housekeep ing and sleepings rooms. S32 Monroe. FOR . RENT Two large unfurnished rooms at 630 Kansas ave., steam heat; reference required. Frank Klingaman, 827 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Nicelv furnished front room, -first floor. 901 Madison. Phone i3301. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for house keeping, $8.. 700 E. 7th st. FOR RENT Two newly furnished rooms. Gas light and heat. 331 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Desirable suites of rooms with board. Julia A. Wiley, U01 Van Buren FOR RENT 2 furnished, "rooms, modern, furnace heat; gentlemen only. 316 W: 7th. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas heat and light, bath room. Ind. 1667. 627 Monroe Jrt. "'--- i -''' FOR RENT One furnished and two un furnished rooms to parties who will take maels out. All modern conveniences. 7ii West 6th st, FOR RENT 85 Huntoon. 6 room modern house, gas, heat, $20. Call Shawnee Gro cery. i OR RENT 4-room house, 414 Chandler, newly pa pered and ppinted inside. Rent. $9.00. 3-rooms, 522 Division st. Rents $7.00. SHAWNEE AOENCY, 534 Kansas Ave. Ind. 505 or 621-4. FOR RENT. A desirable house, six rooms and large hall; reasonable rent. 908 West 8th. st. Inquire 719 Western ave. FOR RENT A comfortable dwelling at 821 Fillmore st., rteam heat, natural gas and electrto light, modern plumbing.. See G. A. Morse. Hall Lithographing Co. FOR RENT 8 room house, all modern, gas heated. 1016 Tyler st. GEO. M. NOBLK JS CO, REAL ESTATE. LOANS.' INSURANCE. Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. FOSTOFFICE.- THE SHELDON REAL ESTATE CO.. Vtt Kansas ave", "can sell your property. FOR SALE Cheap, 6 room modern house, VM cash, baiunce payments, lu'6 Cray st. -.- ' .--v. FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE. 160 ACRE FARM NEAR DOVER, KAN., $6,000; TAKE PART CITY PROP ERTY. 120 ACRE FARM 3 MILES FROM COUNCIL GROVE, KAN., $4,000. WANT TRACT NEAR TOPEKA. MARION SHELDEN, 715 Kansas ave., Topeka, Kcn.' IFOR RENT HOL'SES. HiK tJij. i Aiuaern a luom uuuau m Mil Tyler, tu, good Darn. I'auuiaj i.um bei -'o., 13 W. fill mu FOR RENT Office rooms, second floor front, ta Kansas ave., steam neat, iu quite Hall Litnographirig Co. FOR RENT Garden and fruit farm. Phone Bell 396i 5. FOR RENT 2 office rooms, steam beat, hot ana cold water, tunable tor doctor or dentist, inquire Cremerie restaurant. FOR S.M.K MISCKUAXEOU3. FOR SALE Household furniture. Morn ings or after 6. lOlii Topeka ave.. FOR SALE Cane, hay, delivered. Phone Ind. 3383. L. V. Thompson. West 10th. FOR SALE For $25 a 40 ft, car for tool house or chicken house. Phone 1S6 C. D. Skinner. FOR SALE 1 small buggy horse, gentle and all right. 300 Lawrence St. FOR SALE Balm of Figs, a positive cure for ladies' ills. See testimonials at office, 108 E. Gth. Susie Batty, Mgr. FOR SALE An extra good sound King Harold 4-year-oid horse, drive single or double; also standard bred 3-year-old filly, city broke, good top buggy and dou ble driving harness. 1314 N. Taylor st. USE the "Silver Leaf brand pickles, vin egar, mince meat. etc. Otto Kuelma Preserving Co.. phone 300. FOR SALE Household goods. 232 Madi son st. FOR SALE Loojp alfalfa hay. Horses wintered. Ind. 3112. O. P. Updegraff. FOR SALE Newly furnished restaurant, good location, nice trade. Bargain. See A. L Furman, 811 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 1 good surrey, rubber tires, 1 good single top buggy, 1 good single harness. Call at Citizens' State bank . or. Queaney'K - livery stable. Just west of the above bank. I HAVE GOOD BARGAIN3 IN SUR reys, top buggies, runabouts and spring wagons. Call and see them. Repairing, painting, trimming and rubber tirea. . E. G. KINLEY. Repository 310 W. 5th. 424-420 Jnckson St. FOR. SALEfa id upieuaxatitee stocj. in Aetna Building & Loan association at twenty-five (25) dollars per share, cash. Make definite offer for number of shares you want to buy. Address Postofllce Box 13S, Topeka, Kansas. FOR SALE Ftnr banjo and guitar, music for same. 331- Weslera ave. FOR SALE 2-chalr barber shop; part time. Call 1538 Ind. phone. FOR SALE Bay mare, wt. 1.100, harness, buggy and three cows. Wm. Cremer, Falcon St., Highland park. FOR SALE 600 business cards for $1.00; 1st class printing at proportionate rates. Trapp. 714 Kansas ave. FOR SALE OK RENT 10o-typewriters. nil makes, new and 2d hand. The Mac Dowel! OUice Supply Co.. K14 Kan. av FOR SALE 1 good 6-horse power motor at the Roval Bakery. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE Business on paying basis and lease on A-l Kansas avenue location. For particulars, address Y. A. Journal. TOST AXT FOTTXn. LOST Lady's umbrella at Grand opera house Sunday. Return to 219 West 6th for reward. LOST String of gold beads between Na tional hotel. and 806 West 8th. Reward for return to 8j6 West Sth. TRAjrjFjj2l55X52IJEi STRAYED White and. brindle bull dog, leather collar around neck. $5.00 reward if returned to 1105 Madison ave. CARPET CLEANING. WE CLEAN, scour, refit, sew and lay your carpets la a wommanilKe manner, and our prices are right. Let us figure. RUGS MADE from your old wornout car pets. Write for price list or call up 'phone 421. O. McCormick Rug Factory and Car pet Cleaning Works, 522 Van Buren st. MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing Trhysicianir and surgeons. Med Icnl rervlce free. Mdicine free In some eases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calls prrwerd n!shr rrr dnv. Ind. tel. Si13. ATTTT.ETTO GOODS. GUNS REPAIRED, exchanged and sold. Howard s. no Kansas ave. TO WTTOM TT'MAT CONCERN." TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Be it known that my application is now on file In the office of the probate 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. STANSFIELD. JLEGAXu State of Kansas, Shawnee' countjv ss. In the matter of the estate of F, M. Edwards,' late of Shawnee county, Kan sas. ' ' ' ' - - NOTICE OF- APPOINTMENT. . Notice is tiereby given, that on the 26th day of 'November; A.-D. 190(5, the under signed was, by the probate court of Shaw nee county, Kansas, duly appointed ani qualified as administrator of the estate of F. M. Edwards, late of Shawnee coun ty, deceased. Al! parties interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. CHARLES STEVENS. Administrator. PERSONAL. SALVAR. Call or write J. A. Polley, gen. agt., 103 E. Sth. A permanent and positive cure for all blood diseases and consumption. MONEY -U i . t. , , ...... . . , ,, 1 1 ,i, .i" ?Ity athe lowest rates and easiest terms. Moon. Charles 6c Co.. 116 K. Flftb st. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per-na-I security, household goods, typewrit- .. . oe&uine, 414 IV. A. Ilia. lei. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also ,?e.r?onaI property. You can pay bacit o the week or month. Topeka Invest . ,c. oegume, 413 .K, A. ina. loan Co.. room 12. Veal blocK. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household good and Personal security L. Biscoe. 523 Kau. av. Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tei. 1S6. Clartace Skinner. U Qulncy st. ATHERTON BROS. NEW LOCATION. Office 218 E. 6th st. Both uhones Moving and storage, express and baggage. All kinds goods packed, stored and for warded to any point in United States. 11U COUUiiLIN HARDWARE CU. Hardware, stoves... una tools, irji Kan sas ave. Tel. SOC JA AiKa IS. MA i Uc iN. jeweler and opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined nnrt spectacles properly Hired. HASMBUltN'S rUKE AfW.K f.ntKH. delivered every Monday, Wednesday, PhoooBi Sa"-day, sua per gal. lad. UNDERTAKERS. L".K-irEXAV"LL' 'anerai- director TnU embalnier. First class serv.ee. reasona ble prices. 611 Quincy st. Both phones lii TAILORING COLLEGE. illSS jU.ntjjlij.rj, fcoa IvansaTTrrCI receive careful instruction. IJUGGY REPAIRING. oUKKEYS, runabouts and top buggies m bottom prices. Repairing and luotusr tires. Repository 116 vV. Filth . l'actory 414-46 Jackson st. -E. G. KINLEY. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. IDA C XiAK.Nl-.ts, JtJL u. OITIee 72G Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a m. to Li a'TV, and, r- m. to 6 p. m. Boti 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 6. 7:30 to 8:3J. DR. H. H KEITH, Surgeon and diseases of women with private hospital. OCIIca o.il- K.insas ave. DR ANTON RUPIN, chronic and : nervous diseases, diseases of womui and ch'ldren. 819 Kan. ave. Ind. lluS. --NJCYCTSANT V. S. CYCLE CO lis E. Kighth. National rv I vrr-Jonnwon bicycle Sunnliit. reMf. UK. .Al-KI.K.V 'I'HP Wf-rw.v , tor, 31S Junction bldg.. Kansas City. Mr," GAS FITTING. ttt-AllNU STOVES AND HOUSH pipins a specialty; work guaranteed: reasonable rates.'.Oritfin & Hall. L'64 Har rison. Ind. Tel. Jiil. PATENTS. j. a. r.usf.A, patent attorney, 4u Kan sas ave.. Topeka. FLORISTS. J. C KrJU.UAlN. tliuuuiilli; Ljl.lfM criit era, paints, designs, decuratiens. Iu5 W. Eighth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse l.'th and Mon. CUT flowers, floral designs. Special at tention to out of town orders James Hayes, 107 W. Eighth st. Tel. 377 HUBBARD'S Cut flowers: blooming plants. Ind 42. 520 Kansas ave. N. W. MuLU ' General contractor and builder. Job work done quikiy and neatly, jjiiop 121 W. Eighth sc. Ind. Tel. 1004. J. C. WILSON, contractor and bulldr Job work promptly done. 1J0 E. EtKhtb ' st. Tnrt. tel. 1?44. MANUFACTURERS. E. G. KINLEY. Manufacturer and doaler in all kinds of vehicles. See us about that delivery waa on. lis w. Fifth st. RAILROAD TTME TABLES. TOPEKA. KAN. The "Right Road" To and From and . Between MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CITY ST. JOSEPH U ir. I r r r.y i . a . . i .- -r.lA COLORADO SPG3 MEMPHIS pli.NVEB ST. LOUIS rut I'HIPlflrr And Every-where Beyond. (Effective Sunday, N6v. 18 l9oe.) ALL TWAINS DAILY. KAJjT llOUND. 14 Texas & K. C. Express.... loTS" 30-Cal. Chicago Fast Mail. 5:00 am' 10 Colorado & K. C. Flyer... 8:00 sm 12-Ft. r orth & Chicago Ex.. I'S-Colorado & St- Louis Ex.. :i4 Zm 44Qolden State Limited 8 3 Dm XttChickasha & K. C. Ex.... a-(xL, WESTBOUND. 13K. C. & Texas Express.... jjfio am" 2-Chicago &Cal. Fast Mall. 1 i gZK. C. & Chlckasha Ex.... 45 Sm JlZoolden State Limited Il:4j2mv Jrichicago & Ft. Worth Ex.. 1 nm 21-ai. Louis Colorado K.. l-aj-pi' ' L-K. C. A Colorado Special., i.ti 114-TopekaX.su xpres. s.Oi No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. So. No. No. NO. No. No. NOKTH BOUND, , . : s - . 32-Tcpeka & St. Joe Express. 350 pTrt 64 Topeka & bt. Joe Express. Jt-ul Jim FROM ST. JOSEPH ra 31St. Joe & Topeka Express 12:38 nm M-St. Joe & Topeka Expre. 7:S Sm' 3St. Joe & Topeka Express 7:PJjJ; No. No, No. No- No. UNION PACIFIC. EASTBOlTlrm . . T.tmited t -fjt o.K. CVSailna Express.... 6;g gT No. 107-K C.-Salina Express.... J0:36 am. IISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLJi -tDally Except Sunday.) SOUTHBOUND. N0. fiio Passenger to Ft. Scott. ...SS pro. No. 692 Freight 7:30 am. NORTHBOUND, rlo 6"9 Passenger from Ft. Scott.l2:5S pm Kb. tm Freight ,6:43 iil.E to loan on . personal property. Payment $1.25 week will pay eft loan t-S ,T -yelij. G. H. Flint ham. notarv uuic lie, 906 E. Fourth st. Either tel. 977. S