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THE TOPEKA DAILY3TATE JOURNAIMONDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1907.
9 Mrs. George W. Snyder and Miss Edna Herbst entertained 60 guests at 60O this afternoon at the Snyder, home In compliment to their sister. Miss Anna Herbst, and will entertain the members of the bridal patty this even ing. - - - Mr. William Redwood Smith will give a luncheon Wednesday in honor of Mrs. H. P. Dillon. Mrs. James Belcher entertained her whist club this afternoon. Misses Katharine and Theo Bidwell will give a dinner tonight in honor of Miss Anna Bolster of Spokane, Wash., who is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. F. Worley. The others asked are Miss Iouise . Allison, Miss Mary Pickett, Miss Marie Jones, Miss Rose Zimmer man. Miss Ethel Frizzell, Miss Bartha Bowles. Miss . Sarah Houston, Miss Ethel Kaler. Mrs. Augustus Mackey gave a baby party Friday for her daughter, Eliza beth. The following young mothers and their children were asked: Mrs. Thomas Costello, Mrs. H. E. Lyman. Mrs. Joseph Longshore, Mrs. Roland Medllcott. Mrs. Thomas Mackey, Mrs. J. G. Fleisch, Mrs. R. L. Bone, Mrs. Kelson. Mrs. Brinton D. Woodward will en tertain Mrs. Dorr Norton of Kansas ityr Miss Helen Thompson. Miss Hazel easier and Miss Helen Smith at a house party at her home. Brynwood, Lawrence, Friday and Saturday. Among the hostesses who will give parties in honor of Miss Winifred Had ley before her marriage to Mr. Walter Davis. June 2. are Mrs. Thomas Cor win. Miss Ruth and Helen Walker, Mrs. W. E. McVey, Mrs. William F. Bowen, Mrs. E. E. Wardin. Misses Pearl and Ruby Givens. Mrs. J. P. Wahle and Mrs. H. M. Hadley. m, m m A Topeka bachelor, who had not hith erto been suspected of such reprehensi ble tendencies, has been proposed tor president or the Handholders union. The marriage of Miss Minnie L. Chamberlain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chamberlain, and Mr. Harry Wright, will take place this evening at the home of the bride's parents, 1116 Monroe street. Leavenworth Times ( Sunday): Mr. and Mrs. Dell Keizer. Mrs. Smith of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Kansas City, Dr. Ewing of Chicago, Mr. Barnes of Chicago and Mr. Mason Has kell of Kansas City will be the guests today of Warden and Mrs. Haskell at Lansing. Mrs. Nellie Daniels and son James, will leave Monday for Upper Alton, 111., to attend the graduating exercises of Mr. Morris Daniels on Wednesday. . Atchison Globe: L, A. Bigger and wife, of Hutchinson, will be in Atchi son, next Saturday afternoon. When the editor of the Globe went around thf, wrvi-l.i h mot KTr and A.T r-w Jii oimr- on the P. & O. steamship "Persia." on Mr. Charles Price has returned to Em the Arabian ocean. He was- walking I poria after a visit to his sisters. Misses the decks one afternoon, soon after leaving.. Bombay, and felt., particu- larly lonesome. He came to the con- elusion that he was the only Ameri-1 can on the ship, but soon learned that 1 ir. ana Airs, jjigger were passengers. The Atchison man traveled with the Biggers in Egypt and the Holy Land, and gieatly enjoyed their company. In the trip through the Holy Land the Kansas party had two carriages, each behicle drawn by three horses. Ac companying the Kansas party was an Arab horseman, to protect them from Arab thieves, and a dragoman, or guide and interpreter, supplied by Thos. Cook & Son. Mr. Bigger is a great scholar, and at Jerusalem, Jaffa, Jericho, and other places in Palestine, he hunted up a Bible, and commented on the Biblical history associated with the places vis- ii im ui nesuviaicu niui ine Liav.rs v i r i lted. Mr. and Mrs. Bigger will go to Troy Saturday night to see their pic tures. The Atcmson man will lecture there that night, and many of the etereopticon pictures show Mr. and Mrs. Bigger. Mrs. Bigger was a noted shop per. This writer has spent many an hour in strange cities watching her price things, and look them over. We once spent an entire forenoon with her, In Cairo, "looking" at things in the shops, and the party did not spend a cent, uozens or Aran cierits waited on her, showing her all sorts of rugs, but they could not satisry Her taste. Doz- ens 01 Arao tradesmen were swarming about. Many of them had been at the expositions at St. Louis and Chicago, and talked a little English. We would have been helpless in their hands, had not Mrs. Bigger been present. But Mrs. Bigger would adjust her glasses, and critically look at whatever was offered, and then pick the article to pieces. W e finally told the tradesmen that whatever they sold Mrs. Bigger. we would pay for, knowing they could not satisfy her; that she was simply I looking." Mr. Bigger and this repor ter often laughed at the experience in Cairo, which was enjoyable to idle men who had never "shopped." and Mrs. I Bigger once replied: "I don't care: 1 1 just did It to amuse you two." So far as we could make out, Mrs. Bigger I had only one mission duiing her shop-I ping in Cairo; her daughter in Hutch- inson had once purchased an imported I rug, and Mrs. Bigger wanted to find I out whether her daughter had paid too I much. She also looked at tents: she wanted a tent for her summer home In Colorado. The Arabs set up dozens of tents in queer courts, but Airs. Big ger found nothing that met with her , approval. If she is not the cleverest shopper in America, we are mistaken In our estimate of her. She also has a longing for lace, and we once law her 'looking at lace in the barber shop of a ship. The barber had a little of I everything to sell, including lace. and. much to our surprise the barber act- I ually made a sale. She would also "look at lace at stations along the way, when peddlers flocked about the railway carriages. Mrs. J. A. Howes of 410 East Eighth street entertained in honor of Mrs. Gus Weber of Lexington, Mo.. Friday evenin". The house was decorated with carnations and jasmine. The guests were entertained with vocal music by Mrs. Rubs Stockton, accom panied by Miss Esther Stockton. Beulah chapter. O". E. S., will give a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Poindexter Wednesday evening BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION A CREAM Oumrmntmed n rwmor Pnckts, Pimple. Llwr-Spot. Tma, Sallovrmm, etc. Im 10 to 29 dmy. SOc mad SLOP by dmlttt. Bold by Gatlln Drug Co.. - Fred Snow and .other druggists. LINGERIE WAIST. Here is shown one of the season's graceful and simple. This waist closes broidered, relieved by very fine tucks, and down the back. The sleeves are also tucked and have : flare cuffs, which are very odd and attractive. These are embroidered to match the front. The collar is also hand-embroidered. Pearl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George O. Wilmarth, 1101 West Eighth street. Xolcs and Personal Mention. Miss Mary Whitton and Miss Hattie Price will go to Girard the last of the week to visit Miss Alice Barker. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Rice and their family will leave tomorrow for Temple, Texas, and to take a three weeks" trip along the Gulf coast. Mr. Frank Hodges or Raton, r. jvi.. spent Sunday here and left today for Chicago to visit his cousin, Mr. Robert Hodges. Misses Helen and Gertrude jucenn- tock have returned from a visit in Kan- I sas CitV. I Ruth and Hattie Price. .iss Helen Smith will go to Kansas Citv tomorrow to spend a lew days. 1 Miss Mary Crawford has returned to Garden City after a short visit in to npkiL ivrr. stacev Hadley of Los Angeles is vtsitintr his mother. Mrs. H. M. Had ley. and will remain until after the mar riage of his sister, Miss w jnurea naa ley. Mlsn Tmhoden of Wichita. Miss Darby shire of El Paso. Texas. Miss Byer of Ottawa and Miss Hoover or Baldwin Baker university friends of Miss Anna Hoch who were her guests at the Gov ernor's House over Sunday, left today. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Grimes and their famllv Mrs. A. H. Ellis. Mr. Hale bins, Mrs A. M Petro. Mrs. J. M. Padgett, - ,-, ... Mrs. V. B Kistler and Miss Eva Smith will leave tonight for the City of Mexi rn tn smen1 the summer Mr. Joe Wilson left this morning for tht. unnthern nart of the state on a business trip. "Mr- and Mrs C!. R. H. Davis Of St. T-nni are exnected this week to visit Mr and Mrs J. P. DavlS. Mrs. R C. Ten Eyck and her children of Van Buren Arkansas, are visiting Mm r'arnline Tenevck. Mrs. F. V. Dar rah and her son Robert of Salt Lake City arrived today and will be with . , . n-anovtlr V, rpp Wf(ks. Ml'S. AvPTV Turner of Amarillo, Tex., guests of Mrs Tnvck leaves for home Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kelly of Kansas City are spending a iorinigni in j.u tvh1 Mrs. Hood or cnicago lia nicu lu spend the summer with her sun, Mr. Georire Hood. They will occupy the lra-rii In the aDsencs ui irau mm Mm k'avp. who will spend the summer at their cottage at urao uim, vv kcuu- sin. nil fliiffston and Mr. W. W. Strick land spent Sunday with Mrs. Strickland at the, home of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Prlngle in Burnngame. mrs. dlui.iu.iu. will return Tuesday. Mr. W. S. Kretsinger of Emporia spent Sunday in Topeka. Miss Mary Stephens entertained ner Sunday school class of the Kansas avenue M. E. church at her home on West Sixth avenue. Friday morning. Mrs. Leon G. Tuttle of Chicago was in Topeka yesterday on her way to Dodge City to visit her parents; Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Raub with whom sne will spend the rest of the month. Miss Maud McVey win go to Rn8a City tomorrow - to visit Miss Louise Connell and attend her graduation from central high school. M Barton Phelps is home from t .,nivoriitii i.n fnvotte. Indiana. th mmei. e.S. ' .. ""J"""".? 'ArTnvn.e South Dakota, to spend the summer. Miss Clark spends the winters in lo- peka with Mrs. Carl W. Nellis and at tends school. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Kimball of 1016 Polk street are entertaining their son, Mr. Carl W. Kimball of New York. Miss Maud Kimball who has been in California for the past six weeks, re turned last night. Mr. George Miller of St. Marys who Is studying medicine at St. Louis uni versity has come to Topeka to spend the summer vacation at the Santa Fe hospital. Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas Costello will occupy the Grimes house on Harrison street for the summer while the Grimes family are. in Mexico. Mr. Lon Davis of Oklahoma City spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis and. left today. Mies Sue Rodgers wlll!go to Em poria - tomorrow to visit Miss Edna Wilcox. Sailors 50c at Mrs. Morrison's, 603 Kansas avenue. Kansas City Journal: Miss Mary Gentry will leave Friday for Topeka, where she will be one of the brides fancies in- lineeris waists that is both at the back. The front is hand-em which are carried over the shoulders buttons finish the back. maids at the marriage of Miss Jeanette Ware to Mr. Ralph Nelson of Kansas City, Kan. ' Mrs. Glen Pricer of San Antonio, Tex., is expected this week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Burdge. Airs. Rose Hlbbard returned today from a visit in Emporia accompanied by her daughter Edith, who will spend a few weeks with her mother. Mr. and Mrs.. John D. Knox, jr., left this mornins for their home in Esk ridge after a few days' visit in Leav enworth. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Town' of Chicago visited Mrs. Town's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Town, at 407 Tyler street. Kansas City Star: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lewis of Topeka are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Nellis, 3227 Windsor avenue. , ' Mrs. M. F. Hankia returned today from an extended visit' in Las Vegas," N. M., where she was the guest of her niece, Mrs. Rogers. Kansas City Journal: Mrs. : Albert Parker, 2704 Linwood boulevard, has returned from a two weeks' stay at the Lyndhurst, Excelsior Springs. Mrs. H. C. . Helbert and daughter Winifred, left this morning for Mani tou. Col., to spend the summer. The Wlllard W. C. T. II. will meet with Mrs. G. M. Blair, 1318 Western avenue Tuesday afternoon. Miss Grace George of Denver is vis iting Miss Grace Wylle, .1322 Tyler street. . . The meeting of .Lincoln Circle Sew ing society with Mrs. J. M. Wallace Wednesday. Mrs. Lettie Kern and children Nel-. lie and Willie will leave "Tuesday for Hitchcock, Okla, for a two months' visit to her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Rchaffer, Miss Hellen Campbell cpeht Sunday in Tecumseh, the guest of friends. The Ladies' Aid society of the Park dale M. E. church will meet Wednes day afternoon at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wilson left to day for Hutchinson, Kan., where they will make their future home. The Mistletoe club will meet Thurs day afternoon with Mrs. L. Barber at her home, 214 Chandler street. : Mr. Evert Morford of Hoyt, Kan.. spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. JHcrford, of 410 German avenue. The sewing society of W. R. C. No. 94, will ' meet Tuesday afternoon, June 11, at their hall, 211 West Sixth street. Mr. E. H. Stamm, who is working in St. Marys, Kan., spent Sunday with-his wife and family of 128 North Lake stieet. . . . .-. -: The -Tuesday afternoon embroidery club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. L. Hammond at her home at 407 Madison street. - - Mrs. Clint Coddington and two Bons. Edward' and. Harry, spent- yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Cripey in Spencer, Kan. Rev. Frank Stewart Ford of San Francisco smpoke at the Third Christian church laft evening on "The Needs of San Francisco Since the Earthquake. The East Side Improvement associa tion will hold its regular meeting to morrow night at their hall, corner of Eighth and Lake. Everybody is invi ted. Mr. Elmer Miller and father, Mr. Samuel Miller, arrived here Saturday evening from Childress, Texas, to be the guest or relatives on an extended virit. ' Mrs. A. Luthey and two sons. Clar ence and Frank, returned home Batur-" dav after spending a week with Mrs." Luthy's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Powell of Carbondale. '- ' ' ' Mrs. L. Luthey and son Carl returned Saturday evening from "Carbondale, where they have been spending he last week the guest of her parents," Mr. ana xars. wm. jytossow. CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children. The Kind Yea Have Always Eosghl Bears the Signature of m JIISCELLLVEOUS ADS. jjREAL ESTATE TJRAIsSFER H H. Germain and wife to G. D. ' iT.vti.. Jnm &74-n(i 573 Harrison St.. ' 'Orchard Place .... , $1,400 3i N. Green and wife to Mrs. O. Steele, part of the N. W. 5-li-lS.... 500 R. Rolfmhn to W. W. Harris, lot 2S3 and 285 Lirteoln st.. Westlawn add.. 665 PI Lanir and wife -to J. Merkel. lot 75 Garden Pluce 275 J.: S. Readv and wife to H. Dennis. lot 48J Middaugh's za suD-mv bo H. Small to L. M. Jones, lots filO to fii ine. Tjinp st.. isaitev & Jen sen's sub-div. .-. 500 W. F. Mackintosh to W. S. Han cock, lots 25 ami 26. block 13 Circle St., Auburndale - 575 C. W. Barnes and wife to C. L. Mitchell, lots 417. 41 ana part or Jo. block 11.' Fillmore St., King's add... 5,000 F R. Rker to : L. and V. Parkison. lot 437 Reno ave.. J. Norton s za add - oo A. C. Klingama n and wife to J3. N. .lar'icttrtn. lots 43 ana part 41 iane Et.. K-inir's add. ........ i. .... J 500 E F. Anderson and wife to G. H. Jones, lot 44 Tyler St. -. 2,650 A. K. Strauss and wife to H. W. XJoan, part lots .30 to ab, inc., also lnt i8 to 3X inc.. . Walnut St.. - add A to Colleee Hill 2,200 D. C. Mitchner to R. Patch, lot .108 Lawrence St. . JU F. A. Savilla and wife to J. Mes- . Telt. Vnts 4 and fi Tiiesrinbotriam and Mul vane's 2d add.... 2,800 W. R. Johnson and wife- to M. M. Stable lot r.Tl and Dart 74 Van Bu-. . ren St.. Orchard Place add... 3,000 B. P. Payne and wife to W. H. Was- mn lota 49- 404 sind 4M teno ave..- J. Norton's 2d add.. 1.500 L, M. Jones and wife, to J. Brenne- man !nl f.10 to. 4,12. la.ne St.. Battev & Jensen's sub-div. 2,000 WANTFT SITTTATTO'S'S. WANTED Situation as housekeeper by a middle aged lady witn 1 year old gin. A. B., care Journal. WANTED Job as Janitor or work-in a private family by colored man. w van Buren st. Hf)T;sRKEEPEH wants rjosition as mgr. thoroughly competent. Address P. B., Journal. - WAKTEn a man nirh rood horse and buggy wants work. Aduress ig, journal. WANTED By lady teadher with business experience summer work proof reader, collector, office work,-etc. .Address A. C care Journal CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Kstahiished in Trmeka for past 17 years. w A NTS inhorers caruenters. bridge car penters to ship, farm bands, farm couple, dalrv counle. J40 month: hotel help, men cooks, chefs, ind cooks, 100 teams for Ok- lanoma t. R. wont. cij. xvohdo. Phones 662. " ' WANTED At once, a good photograph printer to work developing paper. Ap ply 7 p. m. today. J. Sowers. 319 Tyler street. WANNTED Experienced waiter. 922 Kansas ave. Apply WANTED A - young man of business ability able to write good letters and at tend to detail work. Address M. L., care Journal, with references,- etc. WANTED Office girt;- Lux. & Lux, 803 - Kansas ave. Don't Jlephone. WANTED A -stenographer, plenty work, small salary. State experience and sal ary wanted. Address J R. L., Journal. WANTED Man and wife cooks for the west, $120 month. Free transportation, Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kan. av. WANTED-Men to learn barber trade, $15 to $20 weekly paid graduates, rew weens completes; can earn expenses, tools and board from start, free clinic, constant nractlce. careful instructions, lectures, etc. Busy season now. Write at once, Moler Barber college, Kansas city, aio. WANTED Carpenters at $2.50. helpers at $1.75 to $2. per day. noom , mate nouse. WAXTKTV FEMALE HELP. WANTED Competent girl for house work at 1100 Harrison St. WANTED A refined reliable young lady. age 16 to 20, to care for 10 months old baby; would be as one of the family: no heavy work. Address C, care Journal. WANTED Inexperience girls for R. R. eating houses, $20 mdnth, board and pass. Cap. Employment Agy., 811 Kansas ave. WANTED Girl to wash dishes and help in kitchen. 520 E. ttn St. WANTED Girl for general housework at 328 Harrison st. WANTED Housekeeper, 3 In family, no washing, $4 per week. Apply; 922 Kan sas ave. - WANTED Experienced lady stenographer who writes good longliand. Position, not in public office.1' Address M-. N , care Journal. .. a .; ' CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, . Established in Topeka.fot- past 17 years, WANTS experienced , or inexperienced girls for waitresses, ? $20 to $25 month, board, room and pass. tHousa girls, cham bermaids, kitchen helpK. laundry help, man and wife cooks, $120 month. 811 Kan sas ave. Phones 662. ; ; -r - ... WANTED Competent' . girl for general houses work; good -wages; no children. 721 Polk. - :.y,' i y WANTED White girl,- general -housework, go to country. just-for summer, near car linel -Ind. .159," 5fli.:Fillmore. Mrs. B. H. Push. - - v WANTED MTSCXiAN"EOT)S. off clothing, shoes, Sat, overcoats Drop us a card cr call Ind. tel. JWi. Abe Jacob ton. 600 Kansas ave. WANTED By responsible ' white man, yards to mow. will work by the hour or by the job. Ind. phone 6151. WAKTEK M. Bush. vmi calves and fat-cows. H. Ind. phone 3214. Ml E. Sth st. WANTED Horses or cows to pasture, near town, good water, ind. phone 1324 4. WANTED To buy a good city broke sur rey horse. Call 723 Clay st. - WANTED By a young married couple, 7 room modern cottage or house, close in on West side. "Modern.' care Journal. WANTED 4 respectable sober men. Room : and board. Cor. N. Quincy and Gordon. " GREAT BALLS OF FIREi Wanted, to give away quickly my de sirable modern corner hotre. two squares south Capitol, on electric line. 10 rooms, bath, vestibules, lot hundred feet on Har rison. 81 on Twelfth; (room for another house): handsome combination chande liers. 2 beautiful mantels, $760 hot water heater; double plumbed, city, cistern water, closets with windows), every room, can include two smaller houses next east and two , next uouth, making live on six extra long lots, or sell any separately, suiting corner purchaser. All clear, titles perfect: insured 5 years. Ideal investment, capitalist-,- -Smaller town, de siring educate children, medicine, law. etc. Must change -climate, aeeount asth ma. --.Conie dicker:, your own price; any old terms; .cash, time, or monthly pay ments. Best offer. 30 days, accepted. No fakers, rubbers nor agents. C. L Quick, evenings. 1200 Harrison st. OLD CLOTHES, shoes, hats and over coats. Don't throw 'em away. " I will call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435 vaM3H3 ave. Ana. pnone Xiao. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Upstairs pleasant furnished room, large closet. 810 W. 6th St. FOR REVT-2 new modern rooms,- east rront. near 12th end Taylor st. R. JJ. Blaine, 525 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1418. Bell phone 1192. FOR RENT Large room in modern house, privilege of light housekeeping. Ind. 7493. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms light housekeeping 718 Madison st. for FOR RENT 2 pleasant modern furnished rooms, cn suite, also single room. 710 W. Sth st. FOR RENT Rooms near restaurant, $1.00 and $1.50. 629 Jackson st. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms, 1 for light housekeeping. 502 Van Buren. JFORKENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Near shops, 6 room cottage and garden. $12. Bell 2311. FOR RENT A Kemper flat, modern. W. H. Kemper, 723 Topeka ave. FOR RENT New 7 room modern house. 231 Western ave. FOR RENT 6 room house 313 W. Adulta only. No barn. 12th. FOR RENT 5 room cottage. 431 Polk St. Bell 819. FOR RENT 7 room house - with bath, good condition, nice lawn and shade, fur nished or not, 224 W. Gordon st, J. S. Morse, Ind. phone 1033. FOR RENT A good room house, choice location, fine shade, large yard, very aesiraoie, w. bin St. and. pnone jv. . . FOR RENT New modern 9 room house, vnt i )ueKa ave. FOR RENT Large- brick house corner of Sth and Folk. Just the location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 715 v. tin st . - . . FOR RENT Modern 5 room cottage 1325 wumcy st, ind; pnone 5302. FOR RENT My apartment In the Lenox. 1240 Topeka ave, 2d floor, north. Call mornings. jarl (J. Williams. Fo Tt nvrs T -MISCE r.TAEors. FOR RENT Desk room 104 E. 6th. Daw son pierson. ind. phone 1038. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. ' $50 DOWN New 4 room cottage, stairs to attic, one block to car line, $1,300; $50 down and $15 per monm. . GARLINGHOTJSE REALTY CO.. 60S Kansas Ave. Phones: Ind. 1606. Bell 1590. BE QUICK. 6 room modern house, close in. Pave ment paid; sewer paid. Sell on payments. BAILEY BROS. CO., 106 East 7th St. Ind. Phone 990. Residence 5151. SNAP For a short time, new cottage 4 rooms, 5 lots, a daisy. Payments. Nichols, 531 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 440. FOR SALE A SNAP 40 acres 7 miles from business center of Topeka, good smooth land, 30 acres In cultivation, balance timber and pasture, with creek of running water, 4 acres clo ver fenced hog tight, 4 acres feed lot hog tight, good large orchard, vineyard, fine shade, fine well at the door, good 8 room frame house, cellar, large barn, poultry house, smoke house, on R. F. D. one mile to school, fine location. Must be sold this week. Can give possession at once. Price $2,600. J. E. SHAFFER, 112 E. Sixth St., Topeka, Kan. GEO. M. KOBLB it COy PAL ESTATE, LOANS!, INSURANCE Borne Special Farm and City Bargains. 43S KAN;' AVE. tPP. FOSTOFFICE. FOR SALE 4 room- cottage 324 Taylor St., eras, water, sewer connection, cistern. srood basement, house lust painted. Price Jl.ouo. call vvnrtieisey, eu aau. Ana. tKks. 'NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET a black land farm, finest black land proposition ever offered. We only have a limited number of acres to offer and they are selling fast. Write at once for a booklet or call on us. We have money to loan on farm lands, real estate security at lowest interest rates and large list of city properties for sale. John E. Moon & t.o,t- lis J. btn sc.. ToDeKa, Kan. FOR 'SALE Cheap; new No. 5 Under wood typewriter. Room a, coiumman bldg. : r FOR SALE Pair bay horses, city broke, inKle or double. 7 years old. Wt. 1100. 13U1 Vluincy St. Bell 2625. FOR : SALE My thoroughbred barred rrtck tiullets. $6 Der dozen. A. C. Merritt. HiHcrest- Poultry farm,. N.' Central ave. Ind. phone 4351. . '. FOR SALE 1 "black mare, wt. 1600,, and 1 heavy work harness, nearly new, at 620 Lake' St. . - . . "-. -. - - FOR' SALE One Marion tutomobile 4- cvlinder car. party, leaving, town. Bar gain.-310 Klein ave., s - ' FOR SALE A 10-horse automobile engine cheap, can at-one at 004 vy. tn st. FOR SALE Driving horse ' 4 years old, st usn ana geime. oia vv. xutn st. FOR SALE Belle Wilkes, with a record of,2:244; bay mare-10 years old. sound, city and family-, broke, fine-t.iooker; also nice phaeton, good as- new cost $190. Will sell .for I7C. Tel. 4383. 325 Clay St. FOR SALE Team mules, young. sound, $275. Thompson, Ind. 6232. 211 Drive. FOR SALE 5 gallon" cow and 3 calves and hogs. 3503 Ind. phone, , ' FOR SALE $275 top buggy, good as new, -for $100. , Geo-' W. Stansfleld, . 632 Kan sas ave. FOR-SALE Covered spring wagon, abso lutely waterproof top, screened doors and windows, cot inside. Just the titing for camping. New. - 309 W. 12th, st. - - FOR SALE Nice .black drl-lng horse, a good traveler. . 482 Reno st. - ; ' FOR SALE New piano, - Terms. Leaving city. Mrs. E. E. Sellers, -1327 Quincy st. Phone 5202. . - - -. FOR SALE-Jump-seat-top -buggy and harness cheap. 720 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Team of Clydesdales B-year-olds, sound and gentle, will work any way and anywhere. Wt. about 2,700 lbs. Call Ind. phone 811. 8006 or. 720 Kans. ave. ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, 30 days' free trial. Phone 369. Topeka- Edison Co. Your, name and address. ,-. FOR SALE Runabout, cheap, son st- . 1109 Jack- ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, SO days' free trial. - Phone 369. -- Topeka Edison Co. Tour name and address. FOR SALF MTSCELTjAJfEOrS.' FOR SALE OR TRADE On account o other work. I will sell or trade a good business. Will establish here in the city. Value $000. Answer Quick, W. F., care IUU1 Hit 1. BALM OF FIGS, a positive cure for all iorms or remale diseases. Susie Battey, mgr., ilia w. lotn st. Phone U26 ( rings, FOR SALE-New grand piano." best mak and all household furniture must be sold in 10 days. Call at 1247 Fillmore st. FOR SALE Typewriter, good condition, 12.SU. t. M. Cress. 123 W. 7th St. FOR SALE Buggy and light wagon. Inquire 917 East 6th. spring FOR SALE A mare, wt. 1100 lbs.,' at 225 f iuraore st. ina. pnone mi 2 rings. FOR SALE Nice, new, clear alfalfa hay. jjeuverea. Xiao a. FOR SALE 2 good driving horses, 4 and . 5 years or age. J. u nomas, 213 W. 6th. FOR SALE One dining room table and oedroom suite at oil' w. 2d st. FOR SALE 20good second hand bicycles irom o 10 xx. iVL. iross uvcla Lo. X VV . I 1 11 HI, FOR SALE 500 business carOs- for $1.45; tOO envelopes $1.26: 600 letter heart si.50. Eea them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. iKArr, ii Kansas cva. FOR SALE 2 typewriters. $15 and $20. 1. M cross, 123 w. 7th st. LEGAL. tFlrst published in The Topeka State Journal June 6, 1907.J At a meetinar of the nit V rnnnell TioM June 3, 19U7, the following resolution was presentea ana aaopted: "Resolved, That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka, Kansas, deem it necessary for the health, welfare and best interests of said citv. that a sewer be con structed in the district or territory de- scriDea as roliows, to-wlt: "BeKinninar at. n. nnint 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 ine center line of Sixteenth street to. tne center line nf West atrpt- thence north along the center line of West street to a point seven hundred thirty-three and a 100 (733.32) feet north of the south line of ine nortneast quarter of section one ti;, townshiD twelve (121,. mne fifteen (15) thence east parallel to the south line of Baia quarter section to the center line 01 Buchanan street. In Throop's Fourth ad dition to the city of Topeka; thence south along the center lino in said Buchanan street to the center line of Fifteenth street in said Throop's Fourth addition; thence east along the center line of said Fifteenth street and along the south -line of said Throop's Fourth addition to the line between said Throop's Fourth addi tion and Ott & Tewksbury's additioi. to the city of Topeka (being the west line of the alley along the east line of Central Park); thence north along the line be tween said Throop's Fourth additon and ez rewKsbury s addition to tne center line of Douthitt street in said Ott & Tewksbury's addition; thence along the center line of said Douthitt street' to the center line of Western avenue in said Ott tewksbury's addition, said center line being the east line of the northeast quar ter of section one (1). township twelve (12). range fifteen (15), thence soutn alone: said east line of said northeast quarter of section one (1), township twelve (12), range fifteen (15), to the cen ter line of Twentieth street in Martin & uennls' addition to the city or 'lorena.; thence west along said center line of said Twentieth street to the west line of the southeast quarter of section one (1), town ship twelve (12), range fifteen (15); thence north alone: the west line of said south east quarter of section one (1), township twelve 412), range fifteen (15), to the north west corner of said quarter section; and rhence west along the-north line -of the soutnwest quarter or said section one ui townshin twelve (12). ranee fifteen (16) two hundred ninety-seven (297) feet to the place 01-peginning: in tne city or iopeKa, snawnee .countj-, -Kansas.' . . , "SAM'T, T. HOWE. I, C. B, Burge, city clerk of the city of Toneka. herehv certifv that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my omce. fSeal. C. B. BUURGE, City Clerk. First published in The Topeka State Journal June 4, 1907. . 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 uenerai, .f lain tift, vs. The Heim Real Estate Com pany, a corporation. Defendant No. 15485. To the Defendant, The Heim Real Estate Company: You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the Supreme Court of the state of Kansas, and that the petition filed therein e gainst you charges that you have used, enjoyed and exercised tne franchises and privileges of a corporation within the state of Kansas without au thority of law, and that you have miss used the tame 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 annointment of receivers to take charge and possession of all proper ty situated in said state. Now. Therefore, unless you mane 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, the said defendant, be ousted, prohibited and restrained from the exer cise of" all coruorate nrivilestes. liberties. and franchises and of all corporste powT ers and functions in the state of Kansas, and that its officers, agents and employes be ousted, prohibited and 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, property, both real and personal, be assumed by the state of Kansas under th direction of the court; that a receiver be appointed for the purpose of taking possession of all "of the said privileges, franchises and property, both real and personal 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, subject to the order of the court. and. tnat .upon tne xinai determination or this case, such disposition of said privi leges; franchises and such real and per sonal -property be made as shall be just and proper to secure and save the rights of said plaintiff and the interest of all creditors and third . persons guiltless -of the frauds, wrongs and usurpations here in allestes against the defendant; and that all costs, charges and damages against the defendant oe saiisriea out of the said property. tcou are luuner. imutiRa mat -on xne filine of said petition, an order was issued by the court restraining you, tne said de fendant, from removing any of the prop erty belonging to Said defendant- fiom the state -of Kansas, or from -using the same in violation of the criminal laws of the stale, and you are further notified that T. F.'Garver, George H. Whitcomb, and S.' H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge f t All Ihe property within the state t .said- company, and directed to hold the same to await the further order of the court, fSeal.l. THE STATE OF KANSAS. Plaintiff. Attest: By, F. S. JACKSON. Atty. Gen. , D. A- VALENTINE. - ' . .. Clerk of the. Supreme Court. tOST ANB FOUND. LOST Between-828. N. Kansas ave. and 1232 N. .Quincy St., gold glasses In case. Return to 828 N. Kansas ave. Reward. STRATED 'OR STOLEN. " '. STRAYED A bay horse, blocky, weight about 1100 pounds, white on left front and hind foot. Reward. Dr. Mulvane, 617 Taylor sU tEOAI First - published : in . The Topeka State Journal May 20. 1907 J NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET- - - . Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of "The To peka & Northwestern Railroad company will be held at the office of the company in the Offiee-block in the city of Tooeka, Shawnee county, Kansas, on Tuesday. the 11th day of June. 1907. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m TT A. ar!ANTRETT. Secretary. MAcnrarE shops. MOWERS ground, f actot9processTB2' Tel. 503. Harry B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. PAVING. LArlTA J Cli r VITRIFIED BRICK . PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th st. Mfgrs. of building, paving and sidewalk- brick. FLORISTS. HOME GhOWN CUT FLOWERS. Mural oesigns. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayes, 1UJ W. 8ta ac J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow ers, plants, designs, decorations. 106 W. Eighth.. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Mon, HUBBARD'S ,- Cut flowers: . blooming plants. Ind. phone 42. 520 Kansas av.. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MifiltCHANTa' TRANSS-fr-KR 4fc tiXUMAiiii Co., packs, ships and -stores household goods. Tel. 186. Clarencu Skinner. 6il Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS. Office 216 East 6th, Both phones 998. Moving and etoraae. All kinds goods packed, stored and for warded to any ooint In United States. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. BOWERS & KEARNS, contractors and builders. Job work carefully done. 1 W. 7 th. Phone 3553. J, C. WILSON, contractor and builder. has moved his shon to 728 Jliann r Ind. nhone 1244. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERV. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap Plication for a permit to sell intoxicat ing liquors, according tolaw, at 414 E. 4th street, in the Second ward of the city ot Topeka, is now on file in the office of the probate Judge, Shawnee county. Kansas. The hcariim of the same is set for fcViri at 10 o'clock a. m., June 14. 1907. W. H. WMON. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAIDSN. Jeweler nnd Odu. cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, ' silverware, etc. Eyes examined ana spectacles properly fitted. FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS. FOUNDERS, machinists and pattera makers. Toneka Foundrv. 313. 324) mizl 322 Jackson st. Both phone 499. THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR. DR. ACKLEY, the Woman Doctor. &u Junction bldg.. Kansas City. Mo. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent Attorney, fu avu., xopeita. 25 YEARS' experience. Advice free. E. A. TvuBriici. puui-uur ui patents. ou v. ave. PHYSICIAN'S AND SURGEONS. K. O. KHOAOtS, M. D. Plies bucciaiit. 732 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone 4a. Hours; 10 to 12; i to 5; 7:30 to 8:3a - IDA C-BARNES. It. D. , Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence This. teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. te 11 a. m. and 3 p, ai. to i p. m. Bota, phones IS residence and Ind. 131 S office. DR. H. II. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, with private hospital. Office 631 Ksnsas ave. UHK1SIS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervous in valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. 8. iinasay, ai. v., Z9 it., a.. xopeKa. Kan. MONET. MONEY, to loan on live slock, pianos, per sonal security, household goods, typewrit ers, vv. i. aeguine, tu rv.. a. jutn pnonei. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can pay back by the week or month. Topeka Invest, ment & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $1.25 week will pay off loan $2S in 25 weeks. G. H. FUntham, notary pub lic, 906 E. 4th st. Either phone 77. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Blscoe. 623 Kan. ave. UNDERTAKERS. L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and erabalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 192, G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's temple. 621 Jackson st. Phones 146. ABSTRACTS WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan r 2,txJU. jnust De city property, tst .Kan sas ave. Phone 1577. S BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. G. CYCLE CO., 118 S. Eighth. Natlopa & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. iANOjrcxEns PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. E. Lutes. Bil Kansas ave. ina. pnone 1312. MISCELLANEOUS. PIANO and string music lessons, 25c Mrs. C. M. Smiley, 629 Jackson st. ARE YOU GOING TO K. C? Merchants- Transfer Co-will load another car this week. Can also make low rates to Cali fornia about June 26. Clarence D. Skinner. ' WHOLESALERS THE COUGHUN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 70C Kan sas ave. Phone 806. FREE DISPENSART. MONROfiTsT. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some eases. Office hours to S p. m. Calls snswered nlarlit or day. Ind. nlmne 31:1 STALLIONS. ARENA. 2:114.. chamnion Kansas trouer. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. - Bell phone 762. R. L Lee. - yETERIXART SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones. -' .' PLUMBING AXDjttEATING. DAN LEAHY, Pluinbirisr, Heatingand Gas Fitting, 212 E. Fifth St. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ Plumbing, Heatln and Gas Fitting. 213 W. Sixth sU Ind. XOifc