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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOTOITAIry-FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 7 ,1907.
ii i 1 I ) J 1 1 i ! I Si S7.95 Will buy you a Man's Suit formerly sold at $10, $12, $13.50 We have only a few of these and they won't last long. Don't delay getting one of these Suits YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD wimi r ii iim CLOTHING CO. J O. C MORTRUDE, Mgr. 509 Kansas Ave. Jamestown Exposition. Tickets to Norfolk and return $51.05 via direct routes; via New York in one direction 156.25. On sale daily. Final limit jjecemper 16. sixty day tickets S42 60 via direct routes; via New York In one direction $46.90. On sale daily. Ten days' stopover at New York on season and sixty day tickets. Purchasers of eitner or tnese tickets may make por tlon of journey by steamer. Jamestown Exposition. Tickets to Norfolk and return $34.00 via direct routes, on sale dally. Limit fifteen aays. Homeseekers Excursion Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month. Rate In many instances less than one rare and limit twenty-one and thirty days, according to destina tion. Chicago and return $20.00. St. Louis and return $12.70 on sale daily June 1st to sept. 3utn. Final limit Oct. 8 1st. Denver. joioraao Springs and Pueblo and return $17.50, on sale daily June 1 to September 3 0, final return iimu uciooer di. Salt Lake City $30.50, on sale daily june x iooepiemoer au. Mexico City and return $55.90, on sale daily June 1 to September 15. limit October 31. Canadian and Northern New York Resorts Toronto, Montreal and many other points on sale daily. June 1 to September 30. at rate of one fare plus $2, limited 30 days from date of sale. New EnRlalResorts Boston, Bar waroor, ueiiowa f ails. Vermont; Bur lington. Vermont; Montpe'.ier, Ver mont; Old Orchard. Maine, Portland. Maine, and many other points too nu merous to mention. On sale July 9, 13. 22, 23, August 6, 10. 20, 24 and September 10, 14. 24 and 2 8 at rate of one fare plus $2.00, tickets limited 80 days from date of sale. Liberal stopover privileges allowed, slight ad ditional cost for tickets routed via the St. Lawrence river route. Jamestown Detroit, Buffalo, Nia gara Falls, Cleveland. Denver, Pueblo. Colorado Springs. Mexico City. Loa Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Yellow stone Park, and many attractive steamer trips from Chicago. In fact, extremely low rates to most any place this summer. Write for full informa tion, relative to rates, limits, stopover privileges, sleeping car reservations and literature. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of the world; lowest rates and best lines represented. For further Particulars address T. L. KING, City P. & T. Agt. Topeka, Kan. Residence 621 Harrlton.SL Ind. Phone 229. J. T. BARKLEY Undertaker and Embafmer. 818 Kant Avenue. Both Phone 287 HBtkrans SOCIETY. (Continued from Preceding Page.) Mrs. James P. ' de. B. Kaye and her small daughter Margaret left yesterday xur irunnuuu, .mien., to spend tne sum mer. Dr. land Mrs. "Ludwis Bredouw of Kansas city arrived today for a three days visit to Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Reed. .Mr. . and Mrs. . Half dan Jebe will leave Sunday for Colorado to spend me summer. . Miss- Mary -Minor -of Abilene is the guest of Miss Edna Gafford on her re turn home from the State university. Mrs. Lillian Padgett of Neodesha is tne guest or Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pad gett. , , . Mrs. J. H. Churchill, who was the guest of Mrs. Norman Wear, has re turned to her home in Dodge City, t Mrs. Edsar Etter wHI return to Albuquerque, N. M.. tomorrow after a visit to Mrs, George Hevden. Mrs. Frank Andrews of Rossville Is the guest of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Wolff. Pratt union: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mc Michael of Topeka who have been visit ing their son, C. C. McMichael. cashier of the Citizens' bank, the past ten days. returned to their home Tuesday. itev. fatewart Sheldon and Miss Lena Sheldon left yesterday for Yankton, S. D., to spend the summer. Prof, and Mrs. Frank L. Clark left yesterday for western New York and Massachusetts to spend the summer. : Mrs. is. E. Hazlett. who was the guest of Mrs. . Augustus Zahner. has returned to her home in Abilene, ac companied by her daughter Helen, who has been In Bethany college. Governor ana Mrs. Hoch, Miss Edna Hoch and Miss Anna Hoch returned today from Baker university. AFTER THE NORTH POLE. An Expedition Sails From Port Town- send for Arctie Regions. , Seattle, Wash., June 7. Backed bv San Fiancisco capital and under gen eral instructions from the geological society of London, Captain William Mogg and party sailed from Port Townsend on board the ship James Drummond today on a cruise that car ries every detail of a search for the North Pole. TAKEN FROM HER MOTHER. - A 14-Year-Old Fort Scott Girl Feared the Fate of Evelyn Neebit. Fort Scott, Kan.. June 7. Alarmed by her mother's alleged statement that she would sell her to some rich man like Evelyn Nesbit was sold, 14-year-old Frances Hamilton appeared before Probate Judge Hudson and asked to be taken out of her mother's custody. The child further informed the court that her mother was living with a man to whom she was not married. This the woman denied, but a little later she and the man came before the probate judge, got a license and were married. She said they were married two years ago in Kansas City, but that they would repeat the cere mony to set the child's mind at ease. The woman gave her name as Vir ginia Younger Creek. She is said to be a relative of Cole Younger. The little girl has been taken charge of by the authorities and placed in a good home. 5ANTA FE NOTES Engineer Dan Shannon went east this morning on No. 18. .Engineer C. N. Wheeler is running temporarily on runs Nos. 17 and 18 Traveling Engineer I. Wellman was in Emporia yesterday on a business trip. Engineer C. H. Barry has been as signed to temporary service on the Marcellne runs. Engineer John Hoveland is laying off at his home In Argentine on ac count of sickness. Tinners are now engaged In putting on the roof of the new Harvey eating nouse at Emporia. J. W. Mack of Topeka has accepted a position as stenographer In the di vision offices at Las Vegas. Lou Wyman has resigned his posi tion as machinist in the shops and will leave the service of the Santa Fe. Engineer A. Lozler of Argentine is working temporarily on runs Nos. 9 and 4 between Topeka and Newton. Engineer H. C. Cunningham has re turned from Missouri where he has been visiting relatives for several days. Engineer E. E. Smith of Emporia, who has been visiting relatives in To peka for several days, has returned to his work at Emporia. Engineer George Campbell of Ar gentine is -laying oft and has gone to his old home in onio wnere ne win visit for a few weeks. Conductor G. D. Foote of Argentine is running In the place of Conductor Barse on runs Nos. l. z. and s De- tween Kansas City and Dodge City. Ena-lne No. 1441 was taken out on trial trip yesterday afternoon by En gineer J. N. Kelly. ine engine win be assigned to service within a few days. Enelneers Sherman and .rfrentnai or Emnoria have returnea to tneir nomee after bringing in engines Nos. 525 and 1264 for repairs. me engines were brought in light. Engineer Robert Heflick, who has been In Topeka for several days visit- lng with relatives, has returnea to nis home in Argentine and has reported for his runs at that place. Alex. V6iet. electrical inspector at Topeka, who is working temporarily in Newton this weeK. came in nie-rit for a short business trip and returned to Newton this morning on the limited. Tnm Rrcnnan of the boiler shops has been sent to Detroit where he will incneft nnrt nunerintend the construc tion of the new steel cars which have been ordered by the Santa e. ivir. Brennan will be gone ror several weeks. W. F. , Buck, mechanical superin tendent, accompanied by nis cniei clerk. Mr. Brown, and Airred lioveii, superintendent of motive power, are in Aro-ontlne where they are estimating the losses which have accrued as a result of the recent hre in tne snops at that place. J. E. James, a machinist of Argen tine, was struck last weanesaay oy westbound train No. 113 and was pain fully injured. Dr. Clopper, the com pany physician at Argentine, uruugui him to tne iccai nopnu vmciw mo injuries are receiving carerui atten tion. He was walkins along tne iracKS when he was injured and aid not near the approaching train. His home is in Neosho, Mo. - ! John Verlin. who has been employ-: ed in the yardmaster's office for eev-l IT 10 f y M 15D MISCELLANEOUS ADS. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED Situation as housekeeper by a middle aged lady with 1 year old girt A. a., care journal. HOITSKKFRPRR wants position as mgr. thoroughly competent. Address P. B., Journal. WANTED By lady teacher with business experience summer wont prooi reaui, collector, office work, etc. Address A. C, care Journal. . r , WANTED MALE HELP. CAPTTATi FMPr.nVMRMT ARENCT Wants laborers and car repairers to ship out, bridge carpenters, farm hands, hotel neip, men cooks, DaKer s neiper. $11 KANSAS AVE. PHONES 662. WANTED A good barber at once at 408H Kansas ave. ' : WANTED Caroenters at t2.50. helpers at i. io to i. per aay. noom a, state nouse. WANTED Male bookkeeper, must be a Rood senman. Address xt. ts. A., care journal. WANTED FEMALEHELT WANTED Chambermaid at Holliday ho tel, 4th and Holllday sts. WANTED Competent girl work at 1100 Harrison St. for house- WANTED Girl with fair education at Capital Commercial college, TUB. K. A. WANTED A good girl to assist in house worK at li'o foiK. si. WANTED Chambermaid at Topeka ho tel, xsi v. am st. CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Wants combination woman- cook, $65 mo. ; pastry cook o: nouse girls, maids, wait resses and lunch counter girls $20 to $25 mo., board, room ana pass; laundry neip. kitchen girls, cooks. PHONES 663. Sll KANSAS AVE. WANTED A good dining room girl or a girl to learn, aoutneast corner sta ana Qulncy. WANTED White girt, general house work, go to country lust for summer. near car line. Ind. 159. 501 Fillmore. Mrs. B. H. Push. WE pay highest cash prices n-r your oast oft clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop us a card cr call Ind. leL 1&3&, Abe Jacob- (on. 600 Kansas ave. WANTED 4 respectable sober men.Room and board, cor. N. yulncy and Goraon. WANTED Sewing to do at reasonable prices. t)J .Monroe St., im. xopeKa. OLD CLOTHES, shoes, hats and over coats. Don t throw 'em away. I will dall pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435 Kansas ave. Ind. shone 1490. WANTED To buy a good family horse, one for lady to drive and safe for chil dren. Address giving price and age, C. E. L.. care Journal. WANTED A second hand roll top desk. E. R. Simon, Ind. phone 4113. WANTED To buy a good 2d hand spring wagon, long one preferred. Ind. phone 9612. WANTED Horses or cows to pasture, near town, good water. Ind. phone 13244. TWENTY-FIVE dollars cash paid for the name of a prospective life Insurance purchaser. For particulars address W., care Journal. WANTED From owner for spot cash at a bargain, good 7 or 8 room modern residence, shade, etc. Give price and lo cation. G. L. C, care Journal. WANTED All my friends to know that I have Just secured 30.000 more of those irood safe dividend pavlne shares to sell. at 10 Cents, that have been so much lately called for, and that the U. S. government so highly recommends the people to in vest In. See me soon, or drop card for Information. M. A. Pond, euo Kansas ave.. Topeka, Kan. WANTED Veal calves ana rat cows. M. 31. Bush. Ind, phone 3214. 1114 E. 8th at. WANTED By a young married couple, 7 room modern cottage or house, close In on West side. ' Modern," care journal. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Upstairs pleasant furnished room, large closet. 3iu w. otn st. FOR RENT 2 nice unfurnished rooms for iignt nouseaeepins- xnu. phuiicwii. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms light housekeeping 718 Madison st. for FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished room for housekeeping at zi wuincy si. tttr TTX'T 3 nleasant modern furnished rooms, en suite, also single room. iu W. 8th St. FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping rooms, SS per mo. ms c. iin st. FOR BENT 2 furnished housekeeping rooms, 1.00. auo Aaams, aownsiairs. FOR RENT Large furnished front room 1st lloor. Dr. Nellie Sawyer, 222 W. 8th. Ind. phone 9502. FOR RENT Rooms near restaurant, $1.00 and Sl.uu. :. jaciison n. FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished rooms, 1 for light nouseKeeping. mb van curen. FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern room, convenient to business district. 1118 Kansas ave. Tel. 5192. FOR RENT HOtJSISS. FOR RENT A Kemper flat, modexn. W. H. Kemper. 72J loaeKa ave. FOR RENT 5 room house 523 E. Sth st. Gas. Phone 15174. can 1017 jaexson st. FOR RENT New 7 room modern house. 231 - Western ave. FOR RENT A good 6 room house, choice location, rine snaae, large yara, very desirable, $20. 90S W. 8th St. Ind. phone 20. FOR RENT 6 room house $13 W. 12th. Adults only. No arn. FOR RENT New modern 9 room house, 406 TiDeka ave. A LARGE house to rent for woman's board. Apply at 162o Tyler st. . FOR RENT 7 room house, strictly mod ern, list xyier si. FOH RENT Large brick house corner of Cth and Polk. Just the location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 71J W. Sth st. eral months as call boy, has resigned his position and this morning went to work in the bonus department of the shops, where he has accepted a better position with a good chance for promo tion. Jim McDade. who has been working as night caller, has been ap pointed day caller in the place of Ver lin. and his brother, Henry McDade, succeeds him on the night work. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. VERY MUCH AND VERY LITTLE . - ThI is . case of "very, much" In value, house and conveniences, and "very lit tle" in price. Read these statements carefully. We don advertise anything we can't substantiate to the letter. ! We want you to look at 828 West St., one of the completest built In that very "complete home" section, Westlawn. It has reception hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen and ice box closet, downstairs; three handsome bed rooms and large bath room room on second floor, basement divided into two rooms, furnace and laundry. Floors all double maple downstairs, quartersawed pine above casings selected pine, all doors beautiful birch. Wrap closet (mirror door) in hall; china closets and sil verware cupboard in -dining room; four closets upstairs. Two high lots, all sodded, window, shades, full screens, brick walks. ' AWNINGS ON PORCH AND WEST WINDOWS. GARBAGE BURNER, PRICE $3,900. George D. Lytle, Mgr. . 8C4 Lane St. . THE STRAUSS AGENCY, SOLE AGTS. 107 EAST SEVENTH STREET. $150 CASH Balance like rent, buys nice 4 room home handy to Santa Fe shops. Call - us up. . Many other bargains all over the city. BENNETT & UHAKLiKB, Both Phones 277. Crawford Bldg. $50 DOWN -Maw X rnttnffA fftfllrff to attic. OIlC block to car line, $1,300; $50 down and $lf per month. GARLINGHOUSE REALTY CO., 60S Kansas Ave. Phones: Ind. 1606. Bell 1590. A RARE BARGAIN 19 a r-r-fa witti old house, ho me nice beat lng fruit trees, good land, on good road, rtocnester aistnci, uui m ui m-jrw . and telephone line, $950. Central National Bank Bldg. DOES THIS STRIKE YOU? 621 Morris ave., 7 large rooms and halls. 42V4 feet ground, fine shade, and lawn, gas, city water, cistern, cellar. Price $1. 600. At additional cost of $150, will fur nish tenanVone year, $30 a month. 612 Buchanan, nice home, 5 rooms, gas. city water, cistern, , sewer connections, good barn, chicken yard. Price $1,500. HURRY UP. " Fine home 824 West, new, entirely mod ern, 8 rooms, 4,2w. 431 Clay, 9 rooms, all modern. Must have offer at once. 1700 Bolles avenue, 6 rooms, a lots, gas. well and cistern. Price $l,uo. ssmaii amount down. VA lots 909 Lincoln, very cheap. 82 Lincoln, 2V4 lots. $800. ltt lots 625 Morris, $400. h THE STRAUSS AGENCY. 7 Sole Agents. 107 East Seventh St. BARGAIN -kjaw inttan K lnrffi rooms, srood barn, 6 lots, near car. Just outside city, limits, low tax-s, t ,. 5 rooms, barn. Clay St., close in, .wuu 0 . . . v, 9 rooms. S lots and barn, near Washburn $3,000; $500 cash. , F. M. DRAKE. , Ind. Phone 1091. 1709 Buchanan St. riPTTlf -rat.tjj nir FTRK1 Wanted to flv flwav ouickly my de- siraoie modern corner noire, two wu, south Capitol, on electric line, w rooma, hath. VMtlHitlAM lnt hunrireri ft ft on HaT' rlson. 81 on Twelfth: (room for another house): handsome combination chande lier. 2 beautiful mantels. $760 hot water heater; double plumbed, city, cistern water, closets (with windows), every room, can inolude two smaller houses next east and two next aouth, making five on six extra lonr lot, or sell any separately, suiting corner purchaser. All clear, title perfect; insured 5 years, ideal investment, capitalist, smaller iuu, un string educate children, medicine, law. etc. Must change climate account asth ma. Come dicker; your own price; any Old terms: cash. time, or monthly pay ments. Beat offer. 30 days, accepted. No fakers, rubbers nor agents. C. X. Quick, evenings. 1200 Harrison st. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Near shops. 6 room cottage and garden. $12. aeu Zili. FOR RENT 4 rooms, modern, st. Ind. phone 3052. 1215 Clay FOR RENT My apartment In the Lenox, 1240 Topeka ave, 2d floor, north. Call mornings. Earl C. Williams. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOITS. FOR RENT Desk room 104 E. 6th. Daw son & Pierson. Ind. phone 1038. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. . BALM OF FIGS, a positive Cure for all form of female disease. Susie Battey, mgr., 1119 w. lutn st. f none 1126 ring. FOR SALE Nice biacK driving horse, a, good traveler. &2 teno st. FOR SALE New piano. Terms. Leaving city. Mrs. m. m. sellers, tan uuincy st, Phone 5202. FOR SALE Typewriter, good condition. $12.00. n. kl. ross. lit w. itn st. ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, 30 days' free trial. Phone 369. Topeka Edison Co Your name and address. FOR SALE Well bred dark chestnut driving horse 7 years 01a, wt. almost 1250, good traveler. 217 Greenwood. Ind. phone 1426. Bell pnone FOR SALE Good family mare, - SS5; Iresn cows, t-so. ei wuincy sx. FOR SALE Typewriter, double key board, ia fine condition. Will be mM very cheap if taken at once. Address Bar gain, care journal. FOR SALE An automobile practically brand new, four cylinder car. A bar gain for some one. Address Box 149 Tope ka, for particulars. FOR SALE A mare, wt. 1100 lbs., at 225 Fillmore st. ma. pnone tsbii rings. FOR SALE-Nice, new, clear alfalfa hay. jjeiiverea. aiot FOR SALE Fox terrier puppies. Ill W. 10th st. Ind. phone 156L FOR SALE 2 good driving horses. 4 and 5 years of age. J. Thomas. 213 W. 6th. FOR SALE Runabout, cheap, son st- 1109 Jack- ELECTRIC FLAT IRON. 30 days' free trial. Phone 869. Topeka Edison Co. Your name and address. - FOR 8ALE One dining room table and bedroom suite at 610 W. 2d St. FOR SALE) 3 set single harness, saddle and bridle. $2.00; ladies' wheel, $2.50; old typewriter, $3. 923 N. Qulncy. .1. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. HELLO! " ' ' YES, WE HAVE NEARLY EVERY THING IN REAL ESTATE. Modern residences in good locations $1, 500 to $4,000. Beautiful suburban homes, 1 to 4 acres each at $3,000 to $5,000. Well Improved farms, large and small, at reasonable prices some to trade for city property, 3,000 acres western land, Kansas and Oklahoma, to sell or ex change for Topeka. See us for what you want If we do not have it, we will get it for you. v D. R. MMORE. 119 W. Sixth St. Ind. Phone 822. FOR SALE New 8 room house. 6 lots, on car line. high, sightly location, fine shade, all kinds, fruit, chickens house and yard, 2,6w. J. D. MILLER, 615 Kan. Ave. Ind. 1548, FOR SALE 5 room house 523 E. 8th st part cash and balance on monthly pay ments, good location. Call 1017 Jackson st. - FOR SALE 8 rooms, new, up-to-date, gas, electric Ity, bath, furnace, east front, V& lots, west side, close to car line, a bargain, $3, 500. 8 rooms, bath, gas for light and heat. barn, 2 lots, east front, good shade, car line, west side, all in fine condition. Non resident owner. Must be sold. Reduced to $3,700. ' DAVIS. WELLCOME & CO., Both phones 1026. 107 W. Sixth St, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET a black land farm, finest black land proposition ever offered. We only have a limited number of nor to offer and they are selling fast. Write at once for a uuumet or call on us. we nave money xo loan on farm lands, real estate security at lowest Interest rates and large list of city properties for sale. John E. Moon & v-o.. u.t ii. eta St., Topeka, Kan. GEO. M. NOBLE CO.. PfcAL ESTATE. LOANO, INSURANCE. Some Special Farme and City Bargains. S5 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOITIOB ..FOR SALE Nice 4 room cottage, 2 lots, rruit. 384 Wabash ave., Oakland. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SLECheap new No. 5 Under Roora 29, Columbian Wood typewriter, bldg. FOR SALE My thoroughbred barred rock millets. $8 ter dozen. A. J. Merritt. Hillcrest Poultry farm, N. Central ave. Ind. phone 43ol. FOR SALE 1 team mares, wt. 1300; wag on ana naress, at ia jn. xopeKa ave nue. FOR SALE Belle Wilkes, with a record of 2:24ii: bav mare 10 years old. sound. city and family broke, fine looker; also nice pnaeton, gooa as new, cost tiw. win sell for $75. Tel. 43S3. 32 ciay st. FOR SALE Team mules, young, sound, aio. inompson, ina. djj. 211 jjnve. FOR SALE 1 work horse 2 years old. wt. 1450: also 1 DiacK .fercneron mare 10 years old, wt. l&oo. 620 Lane st. FOR SALE 6 gallon , cow and 3 calves and hogs. 350S ma. pnone. FOR SALE 3 burner Dangler gasoline stove. $12. Used one season and cost $23. 923 N. Quincy. FOR SALE $275 top buggy, good as new. for $iw. ueo. w. stansneia, usi Kan sas ave. FOR SALE Good saddle Or driving mare, gentle, city nroKe. J. u. Betts, 1029 N. Quincy st. FOR SALE 4 milk cow. Bell phone 39S2 6 rings. Reedy, Kocnester road. FOR SALE 20 good second hand bicycles from $6 to $35. H. M. Cross Cycle Co.. 123 W. 7th st. FOR SALE 600 business cards for $Ltt; SOD envelopes $l.5: 500 letter beads $1.50. 8ee them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TEAPP, 714 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 2 - typewriters, $15 and $20. H. M uross, 12a w. itn st. FOR SALE: Full set of Kansas supreme and court appeals reports, original print, with digests and compiled laws. C. O. Knowles. Ill w. 6tn ave. JLOSTANTJFOUND. LOST Umbrella at Harrison school last Friday. Return to i w. 6th st. and re ceive rewrrd. LOST Bay mare, wt. 1000 lbs. Scar on hip and both shoulders. Reward at 830 Polk st. SnSCELLANEOtrS. PIANO and string music lessons. 25c. Mrs. C. M. Smiley, 529 Jackson st. MACHINE SHOPS. MOWERS around, factory Drocesa. Tel. 503. Marry B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. VETERINARY SCRGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 (juincy at. Both pnonea. FORXiOTANGE FOR EXCHANGE 6 acres 1 block from car line. 6 room house, barn, fruit, $3,500. Want 80 acre rarm. BUY THIS TEN ACRES 1 mile out, 4 room house, new barn. $2,400. Sheldon & Chapman, 715- Kansas ave., XopeKa, Kan. LEGAL. First published in The Topeka State . journal June 6, 1907.J At a meeting of the city council held June 3, 1907, the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved, That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka, Kansas, deem it necessary for the health, welfare and best interests of said city, that a sewer be con structed in. the district or territory de scribed as follows, to-wit: , "Beginning at a point on the north line of the southwest quarter of section one (1). township twelve (12), range fif teen (15), two hundred ninety-seven (297) feet west of the northeast corner of said quarter section; thence north five hun dred thirty (530) feet to a point in the center of Sixteenth street two hundred ninety-seven (297) feet west of the center line of West street; thence east along the center line of Sixteenth street to the center line of West street: thence north along the center line of West street to t point seven -hundred thirty-three and 32 100 (733.32) feet north of the south line o) tne nortneast quarter of section one ti) townshiD twelve tl2). ranee fifteen (15) thence east parallel to the south line of said quarter section to the center line of Buchanan street, in Throop's Fourth ad dition to the citv of ToDeka: thence south n.iung tne center line in saia cucnanan street to the center line of Fltteentn street in said Throop's Fourth addition; thence east along the center line of said Fifteenth street and sinner the south line of said Throop's Fourth addition to the line oetween said Throop s l-ourtn aaai tion and Ott & Tewkshurv's addition to the city of Topeka (being the west line ol tne auey along tne east line 01 central Park); thence north alone- the line be tween said Throop's Fourth addlton and kjii at xewKsDury s addition to the center line of Douthitt street in said Ott & Tewksbury's addition; thence along the center line of said Douthitt street to Ine center lino of Western n-vomiA In said Ott & Tewksbury's addition, said center line oemg tne east line or the northeast quar ter of section one fl) townshiD twelve (12), range fifteen (15). thence south along said east line of said northeast quarter of section lone (1), township twelve (12), range fifteen (15), to the ccn ter line of Twentieth street in Martin Dennis' addition to tho citv of ToDeka thence west alonsr said center lino of taid Twentieth street to the west line of the southeast ouarter of section one 1). town ship twelve (12). range fifteen (15); thence north along the west line of said south east quarter of section one (1), township twelve (12), range fifteen (15), to thenortn west corner of said ouarter section: an thence west along the north line of the southwest quarter or said section one ui, townshiD twelve (12). ranee fifteen (15) two hundred ninety-seven (297 feet to the place or Deginning: in tne city 01 iopesa, isnawnee county, Kansas. "SAM L T. HOWE." I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my onice. rSeal.J C. B. BUURGE, City Clerk. IFirst published in The Topeka State Journal June 4, 1907. J The State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss. : PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the Supreme Court of the State of Kansas. The State of Kansas, on the relation of F. S. Jackson. Attorney General, Plain tiff, vs. The Helm Real Estate Com pany, a corporation. Defendant xso 154S5. To the Defendant, The Helm Real Estate Company: You are hereby notified that you have been sued In the Supreme Court of the state of , Kansas, and that the Detitlon filed therein eeainst you charges that you have used, enjoyed and exercised the franchises and privileges of a corporation within the state of Kansas without au thority of law, and that you have miss used the same and violated the criminal laws of the state, and asks that you be ousted from the state of Kansas and from exercising said franchises and privileges and for the appointment of receivers to take charge and possession or all proper ty situated in said state. Now, Therefore, Unless you make an swer to said petition filed against you on or before the 16th day of July, 1907, judg ment will be rendered against you, hold ing said petition to be true and decreeing that you. tne said oerenoant, De ousted prohibited and restrained from the exer cise or an corporate privileges, noerties, and franchisee and of all corporate pow ers and functions in the state of Kansas. and that its officers, agents and employes be ousted, proniuited ana restrained from engaging in or transacting any business In behalf of said defendant within the state of Kansas, and that the said privi leges, liberties, franchises, powers, func tions, nronerty. both real and personal. be assumed by the state of Kansas under the direction of the court; that a receiver be appointed for the purpose of taking Dossession or an or tne saia privileges, franchises and property, both real and Dersonal owned or held by the defendant. or in which it has or claims any interest. and that such property be held by the re ceiver, subiect to tne order or the court and that upon the final determination of this case, sucn. aisposition or said pnvi leees. franchises and such real and per sonal property be made as shall be just and proper to secure and save the rights of aid plaintiff and the Interest of all creditors and third persons guiltless of the frauds, wrongs and usurpations here in alleges against the defendant; and that all coats, cnarees ana damages axainst the defendant be satisfied out of the said nronertv. You are further notified that on the filing of said petition, an order was issued bv the court restraining you, tne said de fendant, from removing any of the prop erty belonein to said defendant from the state of Kansas, or from using the same in violation of the criminal laws of the state, and you are further notified that T. F. Garver, George M. Whltcomb, and S. H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge rf all the property within the state of said company, and directed to hold the same to await the further order Of the court. Seal. THE STATE UJJ- KANSAS. Plaintiff. Attest: By F. S. JACKSON. Atty. Gen. D. A. VALENTINE. Clerk of the Supreme Court. First published in The Topeka State journal June 9, iwi.j NOTICE. Mayor's Office. Topeka. Kan. June 5, 1907. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that a special meeting of the city council of the city of Topeka, Kansas, will be held in the coun cil chamber of said city on Monday, June 10th. 1907. at 7.30 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of considering the report of the appraisers appointed to ascertain the ac tual value of the land proposed to be taken and assessing damages and bene fits to property occasioned by the form ation of a park benefit district as created by Ordinance No. 2640. approved Novem ber 23. 19GS, and determining whether said report shall be confirmed, and all parties interested- that may have complaints to make in regard to said report are hereby reouested to be present and will be given an opportunity to be heard at such time ana piace. The boundary of the benefit district cre ated Is as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the Intersection of the center line of Eighth avenue with the center line of Clay street, thence souther ly and south along the center line of Clay street to the center line of Huntoon street. thence west along tne center line or nun- toon street to the west line of Kings addition, thence north along the west line of King's addition to the south line of Stillson and Bartholomew's addition, thence west alone the south line of Still son and Bartholomew's addition to the southwest corner of said addition, thence south alonsr the east line of John Nor ton's addition to the southeast corner of said addition, thence west along the south line of John Norton's addition to the west line of the southwest quarter (S. W. vty of section thirty-six (36), township eleven (11), soutn or range rirteen (15) east, thence south along the east line of Wash burn Place to the southeast corner there of, thence west niong tne south line of said Washburn Place td the center line of High avenue, thence north along the center line of High avenue to the north line or wasnDurn flare, thence east niong the north line of Washburn Place to the west line of John Norton's addl- JLEOAL. tion, the same being the west line of th owjLiiwcEi j u., i v vv . 01 section thirty-six (36), township elevent (11), south of range fifteen (15) east, thence north along the west line of said southwest quarter (S. W. 'A) of section thirty-si (36), to the north line of Tenth avenue thence along the north line of Tenth ave nue to the west line of West Park addi tion, thence north along the west line of said addition to the north line of said addition, thence east to the west line of Martin Place addition, thence northerly along the west line of Martin Place addi tion to the center line of Eighth avenue thence easterly along the center line of Eighth avenue to the place of beginning In the city of Topeka, Shawnee county. tAStal-.1 3?- GREEN, Mayor. ' Attest: C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. First published in, The Topeka State Journal May 20. 1907.J NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET ING. Si!fe is- ""eby given that the annual ULtfi IP .f-tne stockholders of The To wiVi Northwestern Railroad company X lS'd at tne office of the company clJJL onrjce block in the city of Toneka. Jk.? TJVL0 county, Kansas, on Tuesday. 10 o'clock aT m JUne' nnln at H A BOANDRETT. Secretary. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAIDEN. lw.w -.,.. -S V!"pleta stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eye examined and spectacle properly fitted. i'IiuUKKg' "'"chinists and pauru. s-.!8!8- Ta Foundry, 318. aaS 32 Jackson st. Both phone 499. WHOLESALERS. .as ave. PLonTS. "" toom- " Kan Phone 808. PATENTS. ?.SiS.N' Patent attorney. 42 Kan- v-.nv. 25 exPer'ice. Advice free. E. A. Wagener. solicitor of patenta. 609 K. ave! IIYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. K. O. 732 Kanaa. - Jir.fi JZ' C"5" Rut. 10 to 12; 2 to s; 7; toZtf. "OUr,i IDA C. BARNES, M. D. t.SlSh"- a?sa . Residence Th'r- 11 . m ..j i' wreice noura: u a. m. to ' . p,m:jict mzix xno. aj:s orrice. DRf 5; J1' KE,ITH. surgeon and diseases M? iWomen' wUn Private hospital. Office Ml Kansas ave. raEJWOLSJDOOTOR DJ3cKLSrv"tl Junction bldg.. Kanaaa City, Mo. - FREE DISPENSARY. onat. practicing physicians and surgeons. Med J.Coa.l.ser!,e "le- Medicine free In aome - - vuLo J.-.-! -n a xo o r. m Oalla answered night or day. Ind. phone 3413. SANITARIUMS. CHRISTS HOSPITAL, COTTAGES for .iM.Ca1 and. treatnent of nervou in- "Vi?, casea f mental derangement. W. a. Ui i CfJ n.. A... TOmkl. Kan PAvrsro. C4l7k. CITY VITRIFIED BRICK x,f,, w1"-?- Mfgr. of building, paving and sidewalk brick. FLORISTS. HOME UHOWN CUt FLOVVRsTuoTS aesigns. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayes, luj v. 8th at. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow. t-Vrf'iJlat.3,?esln8' decorations. 105 w. Eighth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and MonT HUBBARD'S Cut flowers! bloominc Plants, ind. phone 42. SM Kansas a vol TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MKtHAMb' 'iKANfeUEK & SiUHAOol Co., pack, ships and storea household goods. Tel. lbd. Clarence Skinner, til Quincy st. 1 ATHERTON BROS.-Offlce 216 East 6th. Both phones 84t Mnvit, All kinds goods packed stored and for- 1J' wiy noint in united statca. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. BOWERS & KEARNS, contractor and builders. Job work carefully done. Um W. 7 th. Phone 3S63. C. WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved his shop to 728 Jackson t! Ind STALLIONS. ARENA, 2:11, champion Kansas trotter. at .xniDition hall, fair grounds. Bell phone 762. R, I. Lee. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Myap Plication for a permit to sell intoxicat ing liquors, according tolaw. at 414 E 4th street, in the Second ward of the city of Topeka, is now on file in the office of the probate Judge, Shawnee county, Kansas. The hearing of the same Is set for Fridul at 10 o'i clock a. m., June 14, 1907. W. H. WILSON. MONET. MutsEV to loan on live stock. niaiu sonal security, household goods, typewnt cr. W. E. Segulne, 413 K. A. Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can pay bacic by the week or month. Topeka Invent, ment & Loan Co. Room 14 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $1.25 week will pay oft loan I2S In 25 weeks. G. H. Flint ham, notary pub lic, 906 E. 4th St. Either phone 977. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. 623 Kan. ave UNDERTAKERS. L. M. PENVVELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able pricea. 511 Quincy st. Both phones IS 2. G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason temple. 621 JaCKson st. FnonM 346. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan of 12,500. Must be city property. 433 Kan sas ave. mone isri. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN LEAHY, Plumbing, Heating and Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ Plumbing, Heating no lias ntting. zm w. mxtn st. ma BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. 0. CYCLE CO., 118 S. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnson bicycle. Supplies, repair. PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS volcd,tuliedrand repalred?cni5i t