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THE TOPEKA DAILTTSTATE JOXJRHAIrTtJESDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1007.
9 1 - V 7 ft PW If I, m SmW- if- CILAITD DUKE ALEXIS, HEIR TO RUSSIA'S THRONE, IN HIS FIRST PAIR OF KNICKERBOCKERS. The little grand duke was born on July 30, 1904, after four daughters had come to gladden the czar's home. The future czar's full name Is Alexis N'lcb-olaievitch. THAT SKINNER BOY. lie Docs Business on the Installment Plan. When Humpy Skinner hustled into his clothes the other morning and rat tled down to breakfast, knowing that he had overslept by half an hour, he expected several rebukes from- - his mother. To hia astonishment she did rot give him even one. On the con trary, she pleasantly said: "Humpy, your father will not be home to dinner today, and I want to take the suburban car and go out and te your Aunt Lucy. She has been ex pecting me out there for a month past. Would you like to go with me?" "Sum," was the reply between mouthfuls. "I thought you wouldn't, as there is no boy theie to play with. I think I will let you stay home from school and keep house for the day. You can wash up the breakfast dishes, get your own lunch and have the supper table set against my coming home." "That will be bully, ma. Ill make everything around the house fairly Fhine. Can I have a boy or two in if I get lonesome." "Yes, If they are good boys and will behave themselves, but I don't want no carrying on. If the house took fire your father would never forgive me." "We'll Just sit down on the floor and read books and learn our Sunday school lessons. You'll come home to find that I have been cne of the best boys in town." "There's another thing," said the mother as she bustled around to get her things on. "Here's a ten dollar bill that I'm saving towards your father's new suit. I'll leave it on the clock Fhelf, and you keep your eye on it. If I take It with me I may "have my pocket picked or lose it. If the house rhould get afire save the bill anyway." Mt V '- . X til i ' li&ft Ummm mm m THE M'ZINLEY HOME, CA1TT0IT, WHICH MAY BE PEESEBVED AS A ilEMORIAL. CITIZENS of Canton are urging that the home of the late President and Mrs. McKInley be preserved as a me morial somewhat as Mount Vernon has been preserved. The city of Canton may purchase the property, or it may be a gift from relatives ana friends of Mr. and Mrs. McKInley. A'i i- -w - VILA..'' . . '!)'. ill Humpy promptly promised all that was asked of him, and by the time his mother was ready to go he had finished breakfast and was ready to pitch into the work. She had been out of the house just long enough to turn the nearest corner when he was at the gate and looking up and down the street to see if he could catch sight of a boy he knew. Two or three minutes later the Williams boy hove in sight. When he was within- hearing Humpy- waved his arm and ;crled out: "Hurry up just as fast as y6u possi bly can! Something tremendous has happened!" "Is anybody dead or anything?" ask ed the other as he came up on the run. "No. It's something that beats dead folks all holler. My mother has gone for the day and left me to run the house. She's also left a ten dollar bill. I'm to wash the dishes and get my own dinner, and I can have broiled squab, oysters on the half shell, quail on toast, ice cream or anything I want. Come In." "Say Hump Skinner,' said the other as he followed him in, "this is something great. Napoleon crossed the Alps, but Napoleon never was left In charge of a house with a ten dollar bill In It. I can't believe you until I see the bill." "There it is, right there." "Gee whizz! I'd rather be In your pace than to have discovered America. I'm a good mind to run away from school and stay with you all day. Sup pose robbers should break in and take you by the throat and demand this ten dollars? You ought to have some one around to yell for the police." Humpy fell into this view and It was settled that the Williams boy should re main to do the yelling and give such advice on other matters as he could. The first thing was to clear off the breakfast table. They were carrying the dishes to the kitchen sink when the doorbell rang, and Humpy answered it to find a man with rugs to sell on the nil .ifcifc " WANTED SITDATIOlfS. .. WANTED Situation as housekeeper by a middle aged lady with 7- year old -girl. A. B. care Journal. WANTED Position by experienced nurse nest or references. : APluy ju ju. WANTED Position as delivery boy age 16. Address KL. 1,. journal. WANTED Laborers to ship R. R. work, carpenters, bridge carpenters, mechanics, farm hands, farm couples, hotel help, chef 75, 2d J30, house man Capital Emp. Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED Job as janitor or work in a private family by colored man. 1406 v an Buren st. HOUSEKEEPER wants position as mgr., thoroughly competent. Address P. B., Journal. WANTED By lady teacher with business experience summer work proof reader, collector, office work, etc Address A. C, care Journal. . ' " . WANTED MAT.K HELP. WANTED A stenographer, plenty work, small salary. State experience and sal ary wanted. Address J. R. L., Journal. WANTED Men to learn barber trade, $15 to $20 weekly paid graduates, few weeks completes; can earn expenses, .tools and board from start, free clinic, constant practice, careful Instructions, lectures, etc. Busv season now. Write at once,, Moler Barber college, Kansas City, Mo. - . . W4NTFD FEMALE IIKI.P. WANTED Girl for general housework at 328 Harrison St. WANTED Good girl for general house work. Call at 606 Topeka ave. WANTED Hand lroners. Mutual Laun dry Co. WANTED Competent girl for housework no washing or ironing. 516 Top. ave. WANTED Competent girl for general house work; good wages; no children. 721 Folk. WANTED An experienced or Inexperien ced girls for waitresses, $20 to $25 mo., board, room and pass,- chambermaids, house girls, kitchen help, women cooks. Capital Emp. Agcy., 811 Kansas ave. - WANTED White girl, general house work, go to country lust for summer, near car line. Ind. 159. 501 Fillmore. Mrs. E. H. Push. - Installment plan. "Ma isn't home and we don't want any," was Humpy's greeting as he made ready to shut the door. "Hold on, sonny," replied the man as he crowded his way in. "I am not ex actly selling these rugs, but carrying them around to let folks see what a good thing is. I'll just show you three or four, and then when you grow up and get married you'll know where to come to for rugs." He scattered half a dozen of his sam ples on the floor, and Humpy and the Williams boy began to admire. There was a green rug with two red cats on it that particularly caught their attention. When he had worked them up to the proper point the man said to Humpy:' "See here, sonny, you are left in charge here today, as I understand It?" "Yes, sir." , . . ... ''You look like a boy who is' old enough and smart enough to. do busi ness. Your mother loves rugs, I take It, but Is too busy to look around for them. No one has ever called here with such rugs. We have put the price of that work of art at seven dol lars, and you can pay a dollar down and a dollar a week on it. . Why not give your mother a glad surprise when she comes home? Why not cause your father to wonder If he hasn't got Into the wrong hous? when he comes In from his day's toll? 'You must have a dollar ii the house." The Williams boy advised Humpy to buy the rug. Never again In this world would a green rug with two red cats on it be offered at such a- low price. It was a bargain that his fath er and mother would pat him on the back for taking advantage of. The rug man added that such a rug in a house gave the world to understand that Its inmates were people of taste and fitted to move in any society, and the ten dollar bill was broken and Humpy signed a paper on behalf of the family. When the man had de parted the rug was placed . in every room in the house by turns, but was finally postured in the center of the sitting room. The dishwashing had been about half finished when the bell rang again. This time it was a man with a cuckoo clock. - He was told the same as the other, but like the other he forced his way In in order to exhibit the clock. Neither Humpy nor his friend had WASTED MISCELLANEOUS. Off clJthlug. shoe. n". voKata. Drop us a card cr call Ir.d, tel. ..ISA Ab Jacob con, S00 Kansas ' .'" - . w vTi?nTiif wnonslble white man, yards to mow. will work by the hour or by the 300. inq. puuno WANTED Veal le tnfl tat cowi H. M. Bush, Ind. phona 321. la U. Kth at. - a i i 1 aat nna V o - rrvTi WAIN 1 u a Dicytw " w " have no use for. Address M. B., care J our 11.11. or y . . 1-- . WANTED Horses or cows to pasture, near town, good water; Ind. phone 1324. WANTED To buy a good city broke sur rey horse. Call 723 Clay st. WANTED By a young man-lea couple, 7 room modern cottage or house, close in on West side. "Modern," care Journal. WANTED t respectable sober men.'Room and board. Cor. N. Quincy and Gordon. WANTED Music pupils, especial atten tion given to beginners. Mrs. Gertrude Smith, 10 E. 12th Bt. GREAT BALLS OF FIRE Wanted, to give away quickly my de sirable modern corner honte. two squares south Capitol, on alectrio line. 10 rooms, bath, vestibules, lot hundred feet on Har rison. SI 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- south, making five on six xtra 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.han2e climate account asth ma. Come 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 Kansas ave. Ind. Dhone 1490. FOR RENT Upstairs pleasant furnished room.- large closet. 310 V. 6th sU ; FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern. Call alter e p. m; B. &4 Monroe st. FOR REKT 2 new modern rooms, east front, near 12th and Taylor st. . R. D. Blaine, 525 Kansas ave,; Ind. - phone 1418. Bell phone 1192. : , - FOR RENT 2 modern nicely furnished rooms 512 Quincy st. FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms on first ' floor. Party occupying .upstairs would like to take meals. ..Call" after 6 o'clock at 62 Folk st. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern. for gentlemen. 826 Madison.. Jnd. phone 1170. FOR RENT 933 Kansas ave., 2 adjoining rooms, unfurnished, gas. Phones 16. FOR RENT Large room in modern house, privilege of light housekeeping. Ind. 7493. FOR RENT Strictly, up-to-date furnish ed rooms, perfectly ' modern. Call Gat len Drug Co.t or 524 W. 10th st. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping 718 Madison st. 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. 529 Jackson st. FOR n EXT HOtTSES. FOR RENT Near shops,- 6 room cottage and garden. $12. , Bell 2311, ,. - . - FOR. RENfcWAICernfer flat, modem: .V. H. KempelV 723 Tofeka, ave. . , -0 HOUSES'TO'RENT :W; Aft FORBES & CO., 107 W.- SJttYENTH. FOR RENT New 7 room modern house: 231 Western ave. FOR RENT room' house 313 W. 12th. Adult j only.. No bain. - FOR RENT ( rooms, modern. 1215 Clay St. Ind nhnne 3flfiL': -'- " ' FOR RENT 6 room house 1413 Harrison st. Call 111. Jefferson st. - FOR RENT 1002 W.'Sth., corner Fillmore; 8 room house, modern, gas heat, newly papered and 'painted, ' barn, cistern. In quire 801 W. 6th st. . Ind. phone 299. ' FOR RENT , 7 room modern house 1408 Kansas ave.. $18.00. Fine new 5 room cbttage, all modern, 1304 Tyler. $22.50. ' , ; 7 8 room house, modei.:912 W. 7th., $25. LUCAS & LANGERSTROM. Ind. Phone 1490. ,102 W. Fifth St. FOR RENT A good room house, choice location, fine shade, large yard, very desirable. $20. 908 ' W. 8th St. Ind. phone 30. ever been within ten feet of a ;cuckoo clock, and therefore - had a natural curiosity to gratify. ' The man -sat down and entered into explanations. He gave them the history of the cuckoo bird; he caused the bird to come out . and cuckoo; he warranted the clock for a million years; he guar anteed that any family having a -cuckoo clock in the house Would be looked upon as being 'way up in "G," and that the grocer and butcher would send In their bills only once in three months. When he had talked for fif teen minutes Humpy was ready to pay a dollar down and a dollar a week un til ten dollars had "been paid, and the peddler departed telling him that it would be the greatest , surprise of his dear mother's life.i Before noon a .man with a wringer to sell on, the installment plan rang the bell and was admitted. He, attached the wringer to a tub and show.ert that it would wring anything from a-rag iu a. neart siring, .a - wrmger in mo iiuunf wuuia aa ten .years to Mrs. Skinner's life and raise th of her husband It- was-a token of aristocracy. Within; two days after it was jnsiauea an me rich women . in town would be driving, un in theii- r-a r- riages to call. Humpy paid a dollar flown ana agreed to pay four dollars more in weekly installments. Another dollar of the ten -.went to buy good things for dinner and the meal was hardly over when. a man. called with an oil painting representing a storm in the Rocky mountains. It was a dollar down and three more to be paid by the week. Then came the man " with vases. He was selling them for four dollars a pair, when they- were worth double, and on that same beneficent installment plan, t Last of all came the man with the old-fashioned family rocking chalr--just such a chair as Humpy had often -heard his mother wish for.-. Only a dollar down and a dollar a- week for the jiext six weeks. There was a little money still left, and the boys were-getting ready to go out and buy a dog to guard the new furniture -when Mrs.-Skinner arrived. I saw Humpy at his gate the other day after being in the house for a week. He wouldn't say much. He. admitted that his father took hold of his -case when his mother had tired herself out, and that when all watere felt like putting in seven days in bed, but he looked so dejected and - forlorn, and there was such-a hopeless look to the hump In . his back, that I didn't press him for- particulars. (Copyrighted, 1907, by 'M. M. Cunningham.) i - . FOn RENT- HOTTRIK. FOR RENT 722 Chestnut 3 room cottage, good barn, wagon shed, $S. SOI E. 8th St. FOR RENT 8 room strictly modern cot tage with barn, desirable location, west side, 6 blocks from state house. Address B. P. P., care Journal. - FOR RENT Cottage of 6 rooms, only $8. See coun.ty clerk. Either phone 256. FOR RENT New modern 9 room house, 406 Tioeka ave. . ., FOH RENT Large brick bouse corner of Cth and Polk. Just the location for nice private boarding house.. Inquire 712 w. 6th st. FOR RENr3)eskro0m 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 month. GARLINGHOUSE REALTY CO.. 60S Kansas Ave. . Phones: Ind. 1606. Bell 1590." Z. T. FISHER. REAL ESTATE. LOANS & INSURANCE 6 room house, Topeka ave., $1,200. 6 room house Tyler St., $1,600. 5 room house Polk St., $1,600. . . 6 room house Taylor St., $1,600. 6 room house Buchanan st., $2,100. . 6 room house Buchanan St., 3 lots, $1,700. 7 room house Lane St., $1,675. 6 room house Morris ave., $1,700. 9 room house, 3 lots, Lincoln st., $4,250. 8 room hew modern house, 5 lots, $3,600. 6 room house 1st St., $1,500. A fine west side residence to trade for land. FISHER, 423 KANSAS AVE. Ind. Phone 1482. Bell Phone 1404. GOOD 4 room house, gas heat and light, No. 425 Cedar St., 2 blocks east Santa Fe, shops. R. D. Blaine, 525 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1418. Bell phone 1192. . - -' ' SNAP ' For a short time, new cottage 4 rooms, 6 lots, a daisy.. Payments. Nichols, 531 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 440. FOR SALE A SNAP 40 aores 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, cn 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. SC. NOBLE ft CO, PjEAL ESTATE,. LOANS, INSURANCE. Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 35 KAN: AVE.' OPP. POSTOITICB. SEE OUR BIG LIST $285,000 . Residences almost every description, $L 000 to $5,000. . . Suburban homes one to 10 acres, $3,000 to $S,000. Well improved farms, large and small some to traae ior city property. Western lands.- Sell or exchange. . Houses to rent. Lots for sale. -i SPECIAL: 82xl45 ft. W. 10th. Very Three corner lots near Central Park. : Fine location. Cheap-. . - f. R. MOORE. Ind. Phone 822. . 119 W.. Sixth St. ; FOR SALE 4 room cottage 324 Taylor St., . gas. water, sewer connection, cistern. good basement, house just painted. Price l,&uu. can vvnitteisey, tseu su, ma. dsj. ' 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 can on us. we nave money to loan on farm lands, real estate security at lowest interest-rates and large list of city properties for sale. John E. Moon & Co., 116-E. 5th St.. Topeka, Kan. FOR , PALE :Mf -thoroughbred barred rock pullets,. $6 per dozen. A. C. Merritt. HUIcrest Poultry farm, N. Central ave. Ind. phone 4351. FOR SALE A go-cart, -cheap. 624 Kansas ave., upstairs. ...... FOR SALE Choice of 2 4 gallon cows. Ind. 12513. FOR 8ALG Nice family mare, sound, $100. 612 Quincy St. .. . FOR SALE Bed room suite, $5.00. At 510 - W. 2d St. - FOR SALE Good horse, surrey and har ness. ..nearly new..-urt. Beigman, Te cumseh. - a , -, , TYPEWRITER; good1 condition, $12.50. H. M. "Cross Cycle Gov 123 W. 7th st. FOR SALE-r-New, piano. Terms. Leaving ' city.' Mrs. -E E., Sellers, 1327 Quincy st. Phone 5202. . ' ' FOR SALE 1 black mare, wt. 1500, and 1 heivv work harness, nearly new. at 620 Lake st. ' FOR SALE 2 good driving horses. 4 and 5 years of age. J. Thomas, 213 W. 6th. LADIES and girls' bicycles; $S up. Best tires on earth $3.50. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th st. FOR SALE 2 good sound horses, city broke, double and single harness and buggy. 216 W. Curtis, N. Topeka. FOR SALE Genuine wicker baby cab. almost new. cost $35; if sold this week only $10. Address P.-: B.-H, care Journal, and will advise where it can be seen, as it is now in storage. -. . FOR SALE A 10-horse automobile engine cheap. Call at 107 E. 12th St. FOR SALE Pigeons, rabbits, turkeys, geese, poultry wire. 405 E. loth st. FOR SALE Driving horse 4 years old, stylish and gentle. 613 W. 10th st. . FOR ' SALE Belle Wilkes, with a record of 2:2414; bay mare 10 years old. sound, city and family broke, fine looker; also nice phaelon, good as new, cost $190. Will sell for $7:. Tel. 4383. 325 Clay st.. RACYCLE, good condition, for sale at a bargain. H. M. Cross- Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th 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, Stansfield, 632 Kan sas ave. - FOR SALE Covered spring wagon, abso lutely waterproof top, screened -doors and windows, cot inside. Just the thing for camping. New. 309 W. 12Th st FOR SALE Team of Clydesdales 5-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. SECOND hand bicycles at bargain prices, $10 to $35. Best tires on earth $3.50. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th st. ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, 90 days" free trial. Phone 369. Topeka Edison Co. Your name and address. TOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE OR TRADE On account of other work.' I will sell or trade a good business. Will establish here in the city. Value $600. Answer Quick. .W. F., care Journal. - BALM OF FIGS, a positive cure for all forms of female diseases. Susie Battey, mgr.. 1119 W. 10th at. Phono 11264 rings. FOR SALE New grand piano, best make and all household furniture must be sold In .10 days. Call at 1247 Fillmore st. FOR SALE Buggy and light spring wagon. Inquire 917 East th. FOR SALE A mare, wt. 1109 lbs., at 225 Fillmore st. Ind. phone 8672 rings. FOR SALE One Marion automobile 4 cylinder car, party leaving town. Bar gain. 310 K.iein ave. FOR SALE One dining room table and bedroom suite at 510 W. 2d St.. ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, 30 days' free trial. rnone xopeiva liaison -o.. Your name and address. . , ' FOR SALE Jump seat top buggy and harness cneap. i-U Kansas ave. FOR SALE 500 business car-Is for tlJS; $00 envelopes $1.25; 500 letter heads $1.50. See them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kansas ave niTSrVESS CHANCES. I CAN offer for a few days a small block of stock in a manufacturing business at a sacrifice. Address Sacrifice, Journal. FOR SALE-Restaurant. well located, a good investment. Thi3 week. Address IT.- J., care Journal. - - , J-OST ACT FOCSTV LOST Between S2S- N. Kansas ave. and 1232 N. Quincy St.. gold glasses In case. Return to 828 N. Kansas ave. Reward. LOST Silk watch fob topaz pendant. Re ward for return to The Deanery.' 8th and Taylor sts. STRAYED A bay horse, blocky, weight about 1100 pounds, white on left front and hind foot. Reward. Dr. Mulvane, 617 Taylor sU- - First published in The Topeka State journal June 6, iw.j At a meeting of the city council held June 8, 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 citv, 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 oi said quarter section; thence north five hun dred thirtv S3m foot to a noint 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 Btreet to the center line of West street; thence north along the eenter line of West street to a point seven hundred thirty-three and 32 100 (733.32) feet north of the south line of the northeast auarter of section one (1), township twelve (12), range fifteen (15) ; thence east parallel to the south line of said auarter section to the center line of Buchanan street,, in Throop's Fourth ad dition to the city of Topeka; thence south along the center line in said Buchanan street to-the center linfe 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 addition, to the city of Topeka (being the -west line of the alley along the east line of Central Pak); thence north along- the line be tween said Throop's Fourth additon and Ott & Tewksbury's addition to the center line of Douthitt" street in said Ott & Tewksbury's - addition; thence along the center Jin-.of-said Douthitt street to the cepter -line of Western avenue in said Ott & Tewksbury.'s addition, -said center line being the cast line of the northeast quar ter of section one (1). townshiD twelve (12), range fifteen (15). thence south along 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 & Dennis' addition to the city of Topeka: 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 along the west line of said south east quarter of section one (1), township twelve (12), range fifteen (15), to the north west corner of said quarter section; and thence west along the north line of the southwest quarter of said section one (1), township twelve (12). range fifteen (15), two hundred ninety-seven (297) feet to the place of beginning: in the city of Topeka, Shawnee 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 office. fSeal. C. B. BUURGE, City Cle-.k. tFlrst published in The Toneka 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 JCansas, on the relation of F. S. Jackson, Attorney General, Plain tiff, vs. Tho Helm Real Estate Com pany, a corporation. Defendant No. 154S5. 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 Detition filed therein against 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 ch.irge and possession of 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, the said defendant, be ousted, prohibited and restrained from the exer cise of all corporate privileges, liberties, and franchises and of all corporate' pow 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 stale of Kansas, and that the said privi leges, liberties, franchises. ' powers, func tions, property, both real and personal, be assumed bv the state of Kansas under the direction of the court; that a receiver be appointed for the purpose of taking possession of all of the said privileges, fVnn-hlps and nroDerty. 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 that upon the final determination of thia 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 ?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 costs, -charges and damages against the defendant be satisfied out of the said property., - -,., . X ou are luuner nuunu Liiai on xne filing of said petition, an ordec was issued by the court restraining you, the 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 state, and you are further notified that T. F. Garver, George H. Whitcomb, and S. II. Alien, were appointed receivers to LEGAL. take charge of all the property within U state of said company, and directed to hold the same to await the lurtner crCur of tha court. Seal.) THE STATE OF KANSAS. Plaintiff. Attest: By F. 8.- JACKSON. At ty. Gen. D. A. VALENTINE, Clerk of the Supreme Court. First published In The Topeka State Journal May 20. 1907.J NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET ING. Notice Is hereby given that the anaual meeting of the etoekholdera of The To peka & Northwestern Railroad company will be held at the office of the company In the Office block tn the city of Toonka. Shawnee county, Kansas, on Tuesday, the 11th day of June. 19i7. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m TT A srANDRETT. Secretary. LCTtrNE SHOPS. MOWERS ground, factory procebsTTScT Tel. 603. Harry B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. PAVTNG. CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK PAVING CO., 214 E. 6th St. Mfgra. oJ building, paving and sidewalk bricit- JFXORISTS. llOMli GivUVVN CUT t'UlWIlltt, Uuru designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayea, 107 W. kth at. 3. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow. its, plants, designs, decorations. 105 W. Eighth. Tel. S7, Greenhouse 12th and Moo. HUBBARD'S Cut flowers: blooming plants. Ind. phone 42. 620 Kansas av. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. 186. Clarenw Skinner. 6U Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS. Office $16 East 6th, Both phones 998. Moving and storage. All kinds goods packed, stored and for. warded to any ooint in United States. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. BOWJSKS it KEARNS, contractors anc builders. Job work carefully dona. Ua W. 7 th. Phone 3553. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved his shop to 728 Jackson au Ind. phone 1244. TJOWHORIITMATCONXERW 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 of Topeka, is now on file in the office of tha probate judge, Shawnee county, Kansas. The hearing of the same is set for Friday at 10 o'clock a. ni., June 14, 1907. W. H. WILSON. JTEWELERS JAMES B. HAYDiSN, Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc Eyea examined and spectacles properly fitted. FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS. FOUNDERS, machinists and pattern makers. Topeka Foundry, SIS. 320 and 322 Jackson st. Both phoned 499. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, saa ave., i opens. 25 YEARS' experience. Advice free. E. A. Wagener. solicitor of patents. 609 K. ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. R. O. KHUAUES, 41. JJ. Plies SMeiaiit, 732 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone 4a, Hours; 10 to 12; t to E; 7:30 to 8.30. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. in. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones IS residence and Ind. ISIS office. DR. H. II. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, with private hospital. Office 531 Kansas ave. THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR. DR. ACKLEY, the Woman Doctor. 314 Junction bidg., Kansas City. Mo. SANITARIUMS. CHK1STS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervous In valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. 8. Lindsay, M. D., 829 K. A., Topeka. Kan. ' MONET. V, I IV I. - V ,,. 1 .... . . - liu. c t , w . L. ..lTTC sonal security, household goods, typewrit. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can pay back by the week or month. Topeka Invent, ment & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property. payment $1.26 week will pay off loan $25 In 25 weeks. G. H. Flintham, notary pub. 11c, 90S E. 4th st. Either phone 977. MONEY to loan on live ptock, pianos, or. gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. r.23 Kan. ave. UNDERTAKERS. L. M. FEN WELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 19V G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's? temple. 621 Jackson st. Phones 146. ABJTTLjLCTS WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal .pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan of $2,500. Must be city property. 42S Kan. sas ave. Fhone 1577. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. uT7T7?YCLEfcoT"n8ir & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. MJtSrTELLAJVEOtTS ARB TOU GOING TO K. C. ? Merchants' Transfer-Co. will load another car this week. Can also make low rates to Call-, fornla about June 26. Clarence D. Skinner. WHOLESALERS. THE COUCHLIN HARUWARB CO. Hardware, ttoves. fine tools. 70 Kan sas ave. Phone 806. ' 1 I FREE DISPENSARY. MONROE 8T. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and aurgeons. Med ical service, free. Medicine free Iu soma cases. Office hours 2 to S p. m. Call snswered nieht or day. Ind. phone 3412. STALLIONS. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Bell phone 7S2. R. I. Lee. VETJEREVARYjSjrjHEONS DR8. YOUNG & BYERLEY. veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy St. Both phones. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN. LEAHY. FlumblngTIeaXUir"aa3 Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St. LOUIS -LOGKOW1TZ Plumbing, -Heating and Gas Fitting. 219 W. Sixth U lad. lulu.