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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOTTRNAIr-WEDKESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1907.
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Mrs. William Redwood Smith gave a
luncheon today for Mrs-; Hiram Price
Dillon. The table was decorated with
vases of pink roses and there were
pink rose bon-bon cases at each cover.
The mends asked were Mrs. Dillon,
Mrs. Bennett ft. Wheeler, Mrs. W. A,
L. Thompson. Mrs. James. E. Hurley,
Miss Blucher, of Albuquerque, N. M.
Mrs. Eugens S. Quinton. Mrs. Silas R
Porter, Mrs. Charles Blood Smith and
Mrs. David Mulvane.
Thjere will an informal dance at the
Country club Friday evening.
The marriage of Miss Anna Herbst
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A,
Herbst and Mr. George Cyrus Thomp
son, of Kansas City, will be solemnized
at half past eight o'clock this evening
at Grace Cathedral and will be follow
ed by a reception at the Herbst home,
1101 Taylor street. The Rev. James
Philip de Bevers Kays, dean of Grace
cathedral will read the service and
Professor George Barlow Penny of
Kansas City, organist, will play the
wedding music; The bridal party will
include Mrs. George W. Snyder and
Miss Edna Herbst. sister of the bride,
matron and maid of honor. Miss
Nannie Fullerton Zahner and Eliza
beth Moore, ribbon girls, Mr. Kurtz
Kellam, of Kansas City, groomsman
Mr. Dorr Norton, Mr. Kurtz Kellam
and Mr. Taylor Belcher, of Kansas
City, Mr. George W. Snyder and Mr.
Guilford Dudley, ushers. The wed
ding color will be yellow, carried out in
the decorations and in the gowning
of the bridal party.
The marriage of Miss Josephine
Bcoville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Courtney C. Kennedy Scoville of Seneca
and Mr.' Louis S. Treadwell of New York
took place at half after 4 o'clock today at
Grace church. New York City. The
bride is a niece of Mrs. Edwin W,
Knowles whom she has frequently vis
ited and prepared for Smith college, of
which she is a graduate at Washburn
so she has many friends and acquaint
ances in Topeka. Mr. Treadwell is a son
of the late Major George H. Treadwell
of Albany, New York. He is a graduate
of Lake Sheffield Scientific school and
is at present superintendent of the fac
tory of the Robins Conveying Belt com
pany of Passaic, New Jersey. He is a
member of the University and Country
clubs of Albany, of the Yale club. New
York, and a director of the Watchung
Hunt club of Plainfleld, New . Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell will go to Eu
rope on their wedding journey and will
be accompanied by Miss Frances Sco
ville, sister of the bride. The ceremony
this afternoon was followed by an in
formal reception at the Marie Antoinette
hotel where the Scovilles are stopping.
About one hundred guests were invited.
Forty or fifty members of the Topeka
chapter of the D. A. R. will go to Hol
ton Friday to celebrate v Flag day at
the home of Mrs. Linscott. The party
will leave at 7:45 on the Rock Island.
' Leavenworth Times: Chaplain and
Mrs. Percy Silver of the Post will enter
tain this evening informally for Mrs.
William Drechsel of Topeka.
Miss Ethel and Miss Daisy Lee Pan
key gave an afternoon for one hundred
and fifty guests today at their home on
West Eighth avenue for their sister.
Miss Lola Pankey who has recently re
turned from an extended visit in Mex
ico. Daisies were used to decorate the
veranda and parlors and in the dining
room the Mexican colors, red, green and
white were employed and the Mexican
and American flags were in evidence.
The friends asked to assist were Mrs.
L. L. Kiene, Mrs. F. M. Crossley, Mrs.
L. R. Lane, Mrs. George Godfrey Moore,
Mrs. W. P Hemphill, Miss Elizabeth
You Can't
Seat 'em, sir!
Our shotting embraces Fifty
different patterns, and includes
alt the more desirable styles
front the shiny elegance of Patent
Leather to the genteel Dull Calf
or Vici Kid, or the swagger Tans
We have them
Styles that satisfy
Prices that gratify
$3.50 to $5.00
The Rig Store
715 Kansas Ave.
A CREAM
(hmi(M4 to ntaor. Freckles, Pimple.
Mvwr-SpotM, Tmn, SmIIowb, etc. in 10
to 29 dmym. SOa mm $1.0 my IrutitBi.
Sold by Gatlln Drug Co.. Fred Snow
Wd other druggists.
BEJTtpeS THE COMPLCXION ff
Gregory, Miss Mignonette Logan and
Miss Lulu Pankey. '
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Atchison Globe: Mrs. T. S. Barnes
and daughters. Mildred and Mateel. of
Topeka, are visiting her parents. Sher
iff and Mrs. Smith..; ... .George No
ble, who has been sick in a Topeka
hospital for a month, returned to
Atchison last night.. .. Dr. Harriet
Adams will arrive from Topeka this
evening to attend the golden wedding
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. R- J.
Groves Mrs. S. R. Washer left
this morning for Topeka to visit Mrs.
Samuel Kingman for several days.
Invitations have been received from
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Forsha for
the marriage of their daughter, Jean,
ana air. Miliar a Howell Russell at th
family home in Hutctfilnson Kan
Wednesday, June 26, at 7 o'clock in
me evening.
A wedding of interest to many To
peka friends took place at Canton,
B-an, at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. F. D. Morton. The bride was
Miss Grace Simpson of Topeka and
the groom Mr. .Oliver Swithin Owen,
head of a department at Crosbv Bros,
Preceding the ceremony, which took
piace Wednesday mornine- at 9 o clock,
"Love's Old Sweet Song" was sung by
ivirs. r rant D. Martin. This was rot
lowed by Mendelssohn's wedding
march played by Mrs. L. G. Harper of
Topeka. The Episcopal marriage service
was used, the bride being given away
by ner brother-in-law. Mr. Morton
The only attendant was Miss Madge
Morton, a niece of the bride, who car
ried the rins in the heart of a rose,
A wedding breakfast followed, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Owen took the
train for New York, from which point
they will sail June 15 for Liverpool
They will spend the summer visiting
different points of Interest in England
and Wales, returning September 1
The following guests were present
Mrs. Thomas J. Simpson of West
Plains, Mo., mother of the bride; Mrs.
E. L. Young. Little River. Kan.: Mrs.
A. McGregor and Mr. and Mrs. W. H
Lewis and son Philip of Wichita: the
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Danner and Mrs.
L. G. Harper of Topeka.
Mrs. J. S. Sproat has asked a few
of the friends of Mrs. C. U. Phllley of
St. Joseph to meet Mrs. Phllley in
formally at her house Friday after
noon. .
The ladles of the First Congrega
tional church will give a lawn fete at
the Weidling home west of Washburn
college Boon.
m m m
Miss Eva Noel will give a house
oartv at her home in Glasco in July
for some of her Washburn college
friends.
Members of the Owl sorority have
aeked for a correction of some of the
statements in this department of tne
State Journal last night with reference
to the disbanding of the sorority. It
is stated that the Owls will continue
their chapters in Kansas as local clubs
and will take in new members and
elva their parties as heretofore but
win tint continue aa a secret organl
zation. This action on the part of
th Owls is due. they say, not to the
anti-high school fraternity law but be
cause the college oreek lener inner
nitie and sororities at the Pan-Hel-
l.nie convention this fall will adopt a
rule that no member of a high school
secret organization can become a
member of a college Greek letter fra
ternity.
l ourenrp Journal: Mrs. C. G. Dun
lap left yesterday . for Cincinnati to
attend the funeral oi ner uncie, v,,- y,
Mr -r. "R Gore, of Topeka. was in
tvo nltv vesterdav visiting friends.
Miss Maude Miller left Sunday
morning for Los Angeles, CaL, to Join
m.. Harriot Grieslnger. who went a
week ago.
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Mrs. A. C. Sherman will give a party
Thursday afternoon for her granaaaugn
ter, Dorothy smitn.
mv onrf Mrs. TJ. C. Harbaugh have is
sued Invitations for the marriage- of
their daughter, Edith and Mr. Arthur
Edgar Schapley of Kansas uny, weu
nesday. June 26, at noon at their home,
1700 West Tenth street.
Miss Wllda HeaD and Miss Edna Heap
will entertain Monday evening at their
home on Buchanan street
Mln Edna HeaD and Miss Mamie
Knox will entertain some of their friends
at tha Vinewood cafe Friday.
The Lakota club had its annual picnic
today at the home of Mrs. Charles
Kleinhans at Grantville.
Mrs. F. E. Parr. Mrs. T. W. Davis,
Mrs. Harry Guthrie and Mrs. E. E. Car
center will entertain the Ideal Card
club next Monday at Vinewood.
.
Miss Emma Bolmar and Miss Marian
Thompson chaperoned the following
girls at a picnic at Vinewood yesterday:
Alice Hughes, Mary Nowers, Anita
Welskirch, Mary Juliet Hughes, Ruth
Larimer and Lucile Elmore.
A pleasant surprise party was given
on Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reed, at their
home, 924 Quincy street, last Saturday
evening by their friends who had learn
ed that Mr. and Mrs. Reed and their
granddaughter. Miss Juar.;;a Dignon,
are to leave shortly for the far north
west to spend the summer. About thirty-five
friends enjoyed the occasion.
Notes and Personal Mention.
Mrs. J. W. Burt and her children will
leave in about a fortnight for Chicago
and go from there to Atlantic City to
spend the summer. Mrs. Scandrett and
Miss Scandrett will spend the . latter
part of the summer in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. Taylor Belcher arrived from Kan
sas City last night - for the Herbst
Thompson wedding which takes place
tonight. He will be one of the ushers.
Mr. Kurtz Kellam. of Kansas City is
also, hare for the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haswell of Chi
cago are visiting her. mother, Mrs. M. D.
Larimer.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton H. Pugh and
their son, Winifred, are at their coun
try place east of Oakland for the .sum
mer. Miss Belle Stags has returned to To
peka after a short visit with - Miss
Mary Tytherleigh In Emporia.
Hutchinson News: Mrs. J. T.. Bot
kin of Topeka is here making, a visit
with Mrs. Theo Botkin of Ninth ave
nue, west.
Leavenworth Times: Mrs. George
Sharitt. of Topeka, is the guest of
Mrs. Frances Bassett Warden
and Mra. Haskell have gone to Minne
apolis, Minn., where they will spend a
week. While there the warden will
attend . the national convention of
Charity and Penal authorities.
Mrs. W. H. Lewis and son, Philip, of
Wichita, are spending two weeks with
Mrs. Fletcher Lewis, 720 West Fifth
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Reed of
Goldfleld, Nev.,formerly of" Topeka, are
the parents of a son born June 10. Mrs.
Reed was before her marriage. Miss
Frances Ryan of Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bigger of Hutch
inson are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Fox on their return from Excel
sior Springs. - Mr. and Mrs. Bigger will
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
H. Helse and wife to TisdaTeTTotsTSj
and 123 Quincy st 2,300
V.8, wl'bur and husband to M.
Weightman, Jr., lots 5U5, 5u7 and 509 .
Fillmore st., Throop's add... 1
A. T. Lucas and wife to E. M. Lar
son, part of the N. W". V 18-12-16
14 acres -. ... 9 250
J. Beeier and wife to T. A. Kenne--dy.
lots 114 and 116 Chandler -st.,
Metsker's 2d add -2,500
P. W. Griggs and wife to,W. P, Tay- :
lor, lots 411 to 455, inc., Minnesota -aye..
Keystone add ;100
C-.oR,?ss and wife tn C. M. CaVr, lot '
32 Grand ave.. Pleasant View addA ' 55
I. Bromich and wife to C. A. Holnii' -gren,
lots Western ave. . and-Fill- " -more
st , 35
vx. uimbert and wife to H. A.
Ewlng. lots 481 and 483 6th sL. E.. '
veale s add 2,200
- uaus ana husband to J. H.
IJpton. part lot 11 Central ave.,
JUS Haywood &. McFarland's
add , t goo
W- .Sc.hilel, n4 wif y H- iransch,
lot 4o0 Seward ave., Heerv s sub
div ' , . goo
H- Ahlstrom to M. W. Doran. lots 37
and 39 Klein St., Klein's 2d add 2,000
J. H. Upton and wife to C. W.
Kraus, lot 129 and the N. hi lot 31
Buchanan st., Vance's add .. 3,500
J. Smith and wife to M. E. Smith,
lot 462 and cart of lot 480 Park st
Gould's add. QOO
WANTED SITUATIONS.
WANTED Position by experienced nurse
best of references. Apply 104 E. 12th St.
WANTED 3IALK HELP. -
WANTED Laborers to ship R. Rwork,
carpenters, bridge carpenters, mechanics,
larm liands. farm couples, hotel help, chef
2d J30, house man J25. Capital Erap.
Agency, Sll Kansas ave.
WANTED Boy 16 or 17 years to learn
tinner s trade. German preferred. Must
be intelligent and reliable. 1202 E. 6th st. '
WANTED Competent bookkeeper. Ktehl
mm, j , at. A.UI1BU8 -ave. - - -
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, 315
to 320 weekly paid graduates, few weeks
completes; can earn expenses, tools and
board from start, free clinic, constant
practice, careful instructions, lectures, etc.
Busy season now. Write at once, Moler
Barber college, Kansas City, Mo.--
leave Thursday and will be accompanied
Dy jure. tu. iox and her daughters,
who will spend a short time with them
and with friends in McPherson before
going to Cascade, Col., to spend the
summer. - -
Miss Minna Helllme of Racine, Wis.
has retuined after a two weeks' visit
with Mrs. M. A. Miller and family, 11S
-iay street. -
Mrs. A. McGregor, of Wichita, is
spending a fortuight .with Mrs. - Nelson
Giles on Lane street.
Miss Ida Miller, of 118 Clav street.
who- was visiting relatives at '.Abilene
and Ellsworth, has returned home.
Mrs. F. J. Stlckney and daughter.
Ruth, went to Kansas City Monday for
a rew aays. ...
The Misses Gladys and Elizabeth
Clark, 620 Western avenue, are visiting
in Guthrie, Ok.
Mrs. Harry B. Walker, of Kansas
City, arrived today for a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hay
dea.
Mr. and. Mrs. Dean, Waters of .Kan
sas City are the guests, of .Mr;" and
Mrs. Joseph Waters. '
Mrs. Fred Bonebrake: f Osage Gity,
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jane
Thompson.
Mrs. D. F. Longnecker, who was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. East
man, has returned to her home in Em
porla. .
Mr. and Mra J. vV. Kaiser and Miss
Hazel Kaiser have -returned from tha
Jamestown exposition. . Miss Richards
of Kansas City is the guest of Miss
Kaiser.
Mrs. W. B. Swan will return the last
of- the week from a visit in Hutchtn
son. -.
Miss Rachel Coston will go ' to Fort
Scott today for a visit to friends.
Mrs. David Hollis f Maple Hill Is
the guest of -her daughter, Mrs. G. .1.
Mulvane.
APPROVE WATER SUPPLY
State Officials Inspect Ellsworth and
Kingman.
Dr. S. J. Crumbine, secretary of the
state board of health, and Prof. F. O.
Marvin, of Lawrence, have Just return
ed from a trip of inspection to Lam
ed, Kingman, and Ellsworth, , where
the people are preparing, to . make
changes in their waterworks and sew-
ago system, and under the law, must
consult with the state authorities con
cerning sanitary conditions. , . .
At Ellsworth, the people ana it ne
cessary to get a new.souch of water.
The wells driven there are not ade
quate, owing to the- faet that tha salt
mine uses so much water in its oper
ation from the same- vein . that' there is
none left for the city. . The plan was
proposed of drilling new wells at the
northwest corner or town to tap an
other vein of water, ' but Dr. Crura
bine and Prof." Marvin rejected this
plan on the ground that the seepage
from cess pools in the city contamin
ated this vein. Instead, It was recom
mended that the ..town, .get its water
supply from driven wells in the valley
of the Smoky hill river-
At Kingman it was discovered that
the town has what is probably .the
most wonderful' natural water supply
in the state. A natural spring, which
flows a stream as big as a man's body.
is located in the sand stone hills three
nalles from town.- This spring water
Is by analysis as pure aa distilled wat
er, and fills a large-, basin near the
Ninnescah river, which 'it feeds. ... It
was recommended that the town build
pipe -line from , this spring to . the
town. The natural fall is aufflcient to
carry the water right -to theJ'town.
There were soma in Kingman who ob
jected to the plan on account of the:
expense of piping the i watef'sueh-a.
long distance, but the onneil,-otv the
advice of the state represntatrves,'-ae-
cided to spend 312,000 on- the pipe
line. -
At Larned there was a row about
the proper place to empty a new sewer
which was being constructed. There
usually is a row In any town when the
question of emptying a sewer is"under"
discussion. The state officers granted
permission for the city to empty ' its
sewer into the Pawnee river at a. cer
tain place below the town.
CASTORIA
Tor Infant i and Children.- --
Tto Kind Yea Km Always Eoogh!
. Bears' the
Signature of I
WAXTSm :fpmajm2 hem
WANTED Girl- for general housework at
1 328 Harrison-. St.- : J -
WANTED Good glrffor" general house
! work. Call at 506 Topeka ave.
WANTED At once elderly lady to, care
for baby. 418- Polk st.. . ..
WANTED Hand ironers:
- dry Co.
Mutual Laun-
WANTED A stenographer, plenty work,
small salary. State experience and sal
ary wanted. Address J. R. L., Journal.
WANTED Competent girl for housework
no washing or ironing, om xop. ave.
-WANTBB-WHITE
WASH WOMAN.
, 505 Tyler St. Apply after 6 p. m.
WANTED Experienced woman to help
with children.- wu iusea ave.
WANTED Cook and-dining room girl at
i 724 Monroe St.
WANTED--Competent "girl for general
house7 work; good images; no children.
721 Polk. - , - ,
WANTED An experienced or inexperien
ced girls for waitresses, 320 to 325 mo.,
board, room and pass, . chambermaids,
house girls, kitchen help, " women cooks.
Capital Emp. Agcy., 811 Kansas avei-
WANTED White girl, general house
work, go to country .lust for summer,
near car line. - Ind. 159. 501 Fillmore. Mrs.
B. H. Push.
WANTED MISCEXiIANEOriS.'
'"j CcUkil pi'.wci juu. Ut
off clothing, shots, hats, overcoats Drop
us a card or call Ind. id. AIM Jacob-
son. 600 Kansas mra.
WANTED Veal calves ana rat cows. H.
M. Bush. Ind. phone 3214. xU4 E. 8th at.
WANTED A bicycle seat, one that you
have no. use for. Address M. B., care
Journal, or 923 N. Tyler st. - -
WANTED Horses or" cows- to pasture,
near town, good water; 'Ind.-phone 1324-4.
WANTED To buy a good, city broke surr
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.
WANTED Music pupils, especial atten
tion given to beginners. ; Mrs. Gertrude
Smith, 10 E. .12th St. -
WANTEB-2 or 3 rooms furnished for
light housekeeping in desirable location
References. Address R.'F., care Journal
I3REAT RALLB OF FIRE
Wanted, to give away quickly my de
sirable modern corner home, two squares
south Capitol, on electric line, 10 room
hnth. vpstihiilps lot hundred feet on Har
rison, 81 on Twelfth r .(room for another
house): handsome oombinatlon chande
liers, 2 beautiful mantels,. 360 hot water
heater; double plumbed, city, . cistern
water, closets " (with windows), every
room, can include two smaller houses
next east and two next unuth, making
five on six extra long lots, or sell any
separately, suiting corner purchaser. All
clear, titles perfect: insured 5 years. Ideal
investment, capitalist, smaller town, ae-siring-
educate tthlldremr medicine, law.
etc. Must change -climate account asth
ma. . Conie dicker; your own price; any
old terms: cash. time, or monthly pay
ments. B?st offer. 30 days, accepted. No
fakers, rubbers nor agents. C- I- Quick,
evenings. 1200 Harrisonr st.
OLD CLOTHESj Khof;- hats- and over
coats. Don't throw-' em away. . I will
call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435
Kansas ave.- - Ind. phane M90. tt
FOR RENT-'-UpstKirs' pleasant furnished
room, targe closer.- siu -w. tun sc. -
FOR. RENT-tt2 new. njodern rooms, east
i runt, near l-Ln ana . xayior su n. i .
Blaine, 525 Kansas avif. Ind. phone 1418.
Bell phone 1192. -'- '-'
FOR RENT 2 -modern.' nicely furnished
rooms 612 uulncy st. , -
FOR RENT 3 "unfurnished rooms, mod
ern; private family. 519 W. 8th- st. '
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern, for
gentlemen. 826 Madison.- Ind. phone 1170.
FOR RENT Furnished, rooms, 1 .for light
nouseKeepmg. n;. 8it si.
FOR RENT 933 Kansas ave., 2 adjoining
rooms, uniurnisneo..- gas. fnones ID.
FOR RENT Five rooms or less for light
housekeeping at Belvolr, north of Pot-
win, mrs. jonn u. ivjiox. ina pnone 5663.
FOR RENT Large room In modernhouse.
privilege or light housekeeping. Ind. 7493.
FOR RENT Strictly up-to-date furnish-
ea rooms, . penectiy moaern. tjan oat
len Drug Co., or 624 W; 10th St.
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms
light housekeeping 718 Madison st. .
for
FOR RENT 2 pleasant modern furnished
rooms, en suite, also single room. 710
W. 8th St.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Near shops, 6 room cottage
ana garaen. . eu ni.
FOR RENT 6 rooms 509 ,W. 6th. st. Also
erectric fan for sale. '-
FOR RENT 6 room house 1413 Harrison
st. Call-111 Jefferson st.
FOR RENT A Kemper flat, modern. .W.
H. Kemper, 723 Topeka ave. .
FOR RENT Five room house, barn, good
repair. 1264 Van Buren st.
FOR RENT
7 room modern house. 1408 Kansas ave.,
318.00.
Fine new 5 room cottage, all modern,
1304 -Tyler. 322.50. -
8 room house,- modern, 912 W. 7th., 325.
-LUCAS & LANGERSTROM,
Ind. Phone 1490. 102 W. Fifth St.
DEMAND INDEMNITY,
Plan Mapped Ont by 'the Japanese of
San Fraiiclscol
San Francisco, June i2. The Jap
anese residents of San Francisco, it is
said. -intend to demand an indemnity
of the United States government for
the alleged attack irpon the Horse Shoe
restaurant and other-acts of jyiolence,
which v. they .say have ..been- inflicted
upon .them- - They hope also by bring
ing diplomatic pressure to bear-upon
the government at Washington to sup
press all Japanese, agitation In Cali-
.fornla. Tlhs, it is said, was the aim
,of . Count Noda's recent visit to. Vis
count Aoki,;the Japanese ambassador
at Washington.
; WORK ON THE HEW THEATER,
Old .Buildings, at. Eighth Avenue and
Quincy Being Torn Down. .
Workmen !arer engaged in tearing
.down the old" one story building which
occupied- the .- lots ,- ori ?.the . corner - of
jEIgHth avenue' and Quincy:street which
are to be occublea by tne new orpneum
theater to be erected -by S. R. Wells.
manager of the Novelty theater and a
company of capitalists? ' ;
AchltectB' are at work on plans for
the new theater .-upon? -which work will
commence as soon -as the plans arc-ap-.
proved,- - : - - -- - - . - J
' 'FOR RENT HOUSES-'
FOR RENT 723 Chestnut 3 room -cottage.
gooQ parn. wagon shed, s. sol is. stn si.
FOR RENT CottagV of 6 rooms, only J8.
Bee county clerk. Either phone 256. -
FOR RENT 6 roonv house 313 W. 12th.
Adultd only. No barn.
FOR RENT 4 rooms, modern,
st. Ind. phone 3062.
1215 Clay
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 141S. - Bell phone 1192.
FOK BENT Large brick bouse corner of
Cth and Polk. Just the location for a
nice private boa ruing house. Inquire 71i
W. Cth st. .
FOR RENT 4esk room 104 E. 6th. Daw
son & Pierson. Ind. phone 1038.
350 DOWN - i
New 4 room cottage, stairs to attic, one
block to car line, 31,300; 350 down and 315
per month. - - - --
GARLINGHOUSE REALTY CO.,
608 Kansas Ave.
Phones: Ind. 1606. Bell 1590.
, i i it
SEVEN BEST CHANCES IN TOWN-
7 rooms. 4 lots, a nice home, only 32,200.
9 rooms, -2 lots, lots of fruit, 32,500.-
7 rooms, 2 lots, bath, nice home, 32,200.
8 rooms, gas, 2 lots, shade, 32,200.
7" rooms, 2 lots, cellar, shade, 32,250.
8 rooms, 2 lots, barn, fruit. 32,250.
6 xooms, 9 lots, cement cellar, barn. 13,
200. ----- ' - -' ' -'
Allof.these are near Washburn, right in
line for the city's growth and cheaper
than you'll ever see them again. Fine in
vestments, increase -certain.
' - , . BENNETT.; '& CHARLES,
: Phones 277 -f.' Crawford Bldg.
WHY PAY RENT?
I WILL FURNISH YOU LOTS
IN THE BEST PART OF THE
CITY AND MONEY TO BUILD A
HOUSE TO SUIT YOURSELF.
YOU CAN PAY FOR THE SAME
ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS.
SEE ME AT ROOM 23, COLUM
BIAN BLDG. . .
S. A. COOK.'
FOB . SALEp-8 .rooms, modern, hot and
, cold water, gas, electric iigni, vesuouie,
large barn, plenty snaae. will seu cne&p.
Call on owner 318 Clay-st;
NEW. MODERN HOME
For immediate sale. An exact description.
2 story, 8 rooms, reception hall, with co
lonial pillars, three way stairs, porcelain
bath, furnace with gas, combination fix
tures for lighting, city . water, pantry,
stairs to attic, floors double, east front.
VA lots, large basement.' -We don't think
you can mention a thing that Is lacking.
For the best this ought to suit you. Let
us show you this property, for the price
is cheap. . , . .. .
BENNETT & CHARLES,
: Phones 277. . Crawford Bldg,
SNAP
For a short time, new cottage 4 rooms,
4-. 5 lots, a daisy.Payments. Nichols, 531
nansas ave. - ina. pnone 4u.
! ' CEO. M. NOBLE A CO
fCAL ESTATE. LOAN'U, INSURANCE
Borne Special Farm: and City Bargains
435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOTOTCB.
FOR SALE 4 room- cottage 324 Taylor St.,
gas, water, sewer connection, cistern,
good basement, house Just painted. Price
l,500. uail w niiteisey. ueii sau. ma. om.
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 &
uo.. llo Vj. ota si... i-apexa, jvan.
JFORSAT MISCELTjANEOTfS
FOR SALE My . thoroughbred barred
rock pullets. 46 per doaen. A. C. Merrltt.
Hillcrest Poultry farm, N. Central ave.
Ind. phone 4351.
FOR SALE First class gas rang for 3M).
Mrs. C. Stewart, 527 Tyler st.
FOR SALE 1 full blood male spitz dog 6
weeks old, at ins uentrai ave.
FOR SALE A go-cart, cheap. 624 Kansas
ave., upstairs.
FOR SALE Good -horse, surrey and harness.-
nearlx new. Curt Beigman. Te-
cumseh. ,.
TYPEWRITER, good condition, 312.50. H.
M, cross tjycie jo., iu w. an st.
FOR SALE: One hew range cook stove at
1209 Central ave. -
FOR SALE Team of mares, wagon and
narness. suv jn. loctKa ave.
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow, 4 gallons
oaiiy. 612 tjuincy st.
FOR SALE 4-year-old horse, sound.
speedy. Price 25. 612 Quincy .st.
FOR SALE Strawberries $1.25 per crate
tomorrow and Friday at Kennedy's,
Slace, mile east of city limits on 4th st,
iell shone 38212
FOR SALE The Houston daisy - field la
in full bloom. . iJeu pnone 37231..
FOR SALE 1 black mare, wt. 1600, and 1
- heavy work harness, nearly new. at 620
Lake St. . .7 .
FOR SALE 2 good driving horses. 4 and
5 years of age. J.. Thomas. 213 W. 6th
LADIES and girls' bicycles 38 up. Best
tires on earth 33.60. H. M. Cross Cycle
Co.. 123 W. 7th st.
FOR SALE t 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. 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. 10th st.
FOR SALE Belle . Wilkes, with- a record
of 2:24; bay mare 10 years old, sound,
city and family broke, fine looker; also
nice phaeton, good as new, .cost 3190.-Will
sell for 37 Tel. 4383. 335 Clay st. -
FOR new crop alfalfa hay delivered call
on or telephone S. F. Stewart, 2037 West
st. Ind. phone 4041.
RACYCLE, good condition, for sale at a
bargain. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W.
7th st. - ' -
FOR SALE Team mules, young, sound.
3276. Thompson. Ind. 6232. 211 Drive. ,
FOR SALE 3275 top buggy, good as new,
for 3100. Geo. W. Stansfleld, 632 Kan
sas ave.
" Ton BALK- MISCELLANEbtTS. '
BALM OF1 FIGS. positive cure for all
forms of female diseases. Susie Battey,
mgr., 1119 W. 10th St. Phone 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 One Marlon automobile 4
cy Under car, party leaving town. Bar
gain. 310 Klein ave.
FOR SALE 5 gallon cow and 3. calves
and hogs. 3503 Ind. phone.
FOR SALE Covered spring wagon, abso
lutely waterproof top, . screened doors
and windows, cot Inside. Just the thing
ror camping. jew. 3U 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.
uaii ind. pnone sll. uue or 720 Ivans, ave,
SECOND hand bicycles at bargain prices.
iu to 3o. Best tires on earth 13.50. H
M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th st.
ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, 30 days' free
trial, fhone 3b. Topeka Edlspn Co.
x our name, ana aaaress.
ELECTRIC FLAT IRON. 30 days' free
inai. -none 3b. ropeka J-Jdison jo.
x our name ana aaaress. -
FOR SALE Jump seat top buggy and
narness cneap. zu Kansas ave.
FOR SALE 500 business caMS for Lz8:
00 envelopes Sl.iS; 500 letter heads 31.50.
isee tnem; 1st class printing at propor
tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kansas ave.
LOST AND FOUNT.
LOST Silk watch fob topaz pendant. Re
ward for return to The Deanerv. 8th and
Mayior sts. , .
BUSINESS CHANCES.
I CAN offer ior a few days a small block
or stock in a manufacturing Dusiness ai
a sacrifice. Address sacrifice, journal.
FOR SALE -Restaurant, well located.
good investment. This . week. Address
l-i . J.,, care Journal.
PIANO TUNERS.
PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C: E.
lutes. on jvansas ave. ina. pnone un.-
LEGAL.
First
published in The
' Journal June 6,
Topeka
1907.1
State
- 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 eltv, that a sewer be con
structed m the district or territory de
scribed as follows, to-wlt:
"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
una 01 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 a
point seven hundred thirty-three and 32
100 (733.32) feet north of the south line of
tne northeast quarter of section one (l)
townshiD twelve (121. ranie 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 city of Topeka; thence south
along the center line 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 addition to
the city ot Topeka" (being the -wnst -line
of the alley along 'the east line of Central
Park); thence, north along the line be
tween said Throop's Fourth additon and
Ott & Tewksbury's addition to the center
line or uouthltt - street -tn said ott
Tewksbury's addition "thehce 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 Jine of the northeast quar
ter of section one 0). townshiD twelve
(12), range fifteen (15). thence soutn
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 or Topeka;
th'ence west alonsf said center line of taid
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 seotion one (1), township
twelve (12), range rifteen (15), to the north
west corner of said quarter section; and
thence west along tne nortn line 01 me
southwest quarter of said section one (1),
townshiD twelve (12). -range fifteen (15).
two hundred ninetyseven (297) feet to the
place of beginning: in the city of Topeka,
tinawnee county, jvansas. . .
HAM Lj 1. HUVVE."
I. C. B. Burge. city clerk of the city of
Tooeka. hereby certify that the above
and foregoing Is a true and correct copy
of the original resolution now on rue in
my office.
rseal.J c. JJ. BUUKiibi, uity uiei-K.
First published In The Tooeka State
journal June , iwji.j
The ' State of Kansas, Shawnee County,
ss,: .
PUBLICATION NOTICE.
In . the Supreme Court of the State., of
Jiansas, .
The State of Kansas, on the relation of
F. S. Jackson, Attorney General, jfiain
tifl, vs. The Helm Real Estate Comr
pany, a corporation. Defendant No.
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 oetitlon
filed therein egainst 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 tne same ana vioiatea me 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 chirge and possession of aU proper
ty situated in said state.
Now, Therefore, Unless you make an
swer to said petition filed against you on
or before the ltin aay 01 Juiy, urn, juag
ment will be rendered against you, hold
ing said petition to be true and decreeing
ty,at von. the said defendant, be ousted.
prohibited and restrained from the exer
cise or an curiii v t"cbo, nwi ucb,
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
ota to of Kansas, and that the said privi
leges, liberties, franchises, powers, func
tions property, . " ' , Ii iciu aim n;i,uiiai,
be assumed by 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,
franchises and property, both real and
personal owned or held by the defendant,
or n 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
this cas. such disposition of said privl-.
leges, franchises and such real and per
sonal property be made as shall be just
and proper to secure and save tht rights
of - said- 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.
You are further notified that on the
filing of said petition, an order was issued
by the court restraining you, the said de
fendant, from removing any ot 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. Whltcomb, and
S.. 1L AUen. were ajpoi&.tedv.receivers...to.
EGAJD
take charge Tf all the property within th
state-cf said company, and directed ta
hold the same to await the further order
of - the jiourt.
ISeal. THE STATE OF KANSAS,
, Plaintiff. .
Attest: By F. S. JACKSON," Atty. Gen.
D. A. VALENTINE,
"Clerk of the Supreme Court.
MACHINE SHOPS.
MOWERS ground, factorypces"''V76aT
Tel. 503. Harry B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave.
PAVING.
CA,?iT,AL erry vitkifiei brick
i yiNa c- a E. 6th st, Mfgrs. ot
bulldlnt. caving and aldewallr brlclt.
FLORISTS.
hOMli GhUWN CUT tUjWhKs, tlorU
designs. Special attention given out-of-town
ordersJames Hayes, 107 W. Sth St.
X C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow.
-.;""?'. JlaJlt,'J?esin8' decorations. 106 W. '
Eighth. Tel. 37, Greenhouse 12th and Moo.
HUBBARD'S
plants. Ind.
Cut flowers: blooming
phone 42. 620 Kansas ave.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
MJiKCHAM'B' 'I KAAbt KM mt e'i'OrtAiani
Co., packs, ships and stores house hoi 1
goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner, 6U
Quincy st.
ATHERTON BROS. Office 216 East 6th.
.Both phones 998. Moving and storage.
All kinds goods packed, stored and for
wardwl to any toint In United States.
' CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
BOWEKSiiri2AT7tNS
guilders. Job , work carefully dons. 12i
W. 7th.- Phone 3663.
J- C. WILSON, contractor and builder,
has moved his shop to 728 Jackson at.
Ind. phone 1244.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERT.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap-
u, m. wermit to sen lmoxicat
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. m., June 14, 1907.
W. H WTL8ON.
JEWELERS.
JAMES B. HAYDiSN, Jewelor- and Opu-
uuipieia ock 01 watcnes, dia
monds, silverware, eto. Eyes examined
and spectacles properly fitted.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS.
FOUNDERS, machinists and paittiro
makers. Toreka Foundry, sis. 220
322 Jackson st. Both phoned 493.
- PATENTS.
J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, m ivn.
sas ave., Topeka.
2S YEARS' experience. Advice free. E. A.
wagener. solicitor 01 patents. 60S K. av.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
ti. O. illrlOAUKS, M. XJ. .files HuutAlul,
. (-) I.' 11 r, .... a. run,. a In , - , !
10 to 12; 2 to ; 7:30 to 8:30.
IDA C BARNES, M. D.
Office 726 Kansas ave. Rentdpnro Thir
teenth and Clay. Office hours: B a. m. to
ll a. m. and 3 p. tn. to 5 p. m. Both
phones It residence and Ind. 131 office.
DR. H. II. KEITH, surgeon and disease
of women; with private hospital. Offics
631 Kansas ave.
' THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR.
DR. ACKLEY. the Woman Doctor.
Hi
Junction bldg..-Kansas -City. Mo.
SANITARIUMS.
CttKlSTS BOSirlTAL COTTAGES for
the care and treatment of nervous In.
valids. alcohol and druar hahltuea n,i
mild cases of mental derangement. W. S.
uinuHay, m. eit iv. a.. iopeKa. Ivan.
MONEY.
MONE1" to loan on live stock. ola.noa nr.
sonal security, household goods, typewrit,
era W. E. Seguine, 413 K. A. Both phones.
MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also
personal property. You can pay back
bv the week or month. To Delta Invest
ment & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block.
MONEY to loan on personal property.
payment 31-25 week will pay oft loan 323
in 2s weeks. G. H. Fllntham, notary pub
lic, 906 B. 4th st. Either phone 377.
MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or.
gang, typewriters, household goods and
personal security. L. Blscoe. 623 Knn. ave.
UNDERTAKERS.
L. M. FEN WELL, funeral director mntl
embalmer. First class service, reason,
able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 193.
G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason'
temple. 21 Jsr-Kson st. fnones 14.
ABSTRACTSL
WILLIAM HALL JENKINS.
Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa.
pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan
oM2,500. Must be city property. 433 Kan
sas ave. t hone i&r.
CYCTESACTAIRT
U. O. CYCLE CO., 118 8. Eighth. National
A Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs.
MUSICAL.
AIRERT SHITTT. instructor of mandolin
and guitar. Music furnished ror all oc
casions. Call 6S57 Ind. phone.
LIVERY BARN.
O. N. BRAY has purchased the livery sta
ble formerly ownea Dy nim at sue v.
8th ave., and will be pleased to retain the'
present patronage and greet his old cus
tomers again.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ARE YOU 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 COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO,
Hardware, stoves, fin tools. 706 Kan-
sas ave. Phone 806.
FREE DISPENSARY.
MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY.
202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular
practicing physicians and surgeons. Med
ical service free. Medicine free In som
cases. Office hours 2 to p. m. Calls
rnswered nitrht or day. Ind. phone S413.
STALLIONS.
A-KjtniA, z:u, cnaropion aidiu uviui.
at Exhibition hall, (air grounds. Bn&
phone 762. R. I. Lee. '
- VETERINARY SURGEONS.
DnrrYOtJNO'"ABYlR
surgeons. 426 Quincy St. Both phones.
. PLUMBING AND HEATING.
DAPlHsAHY, PlumbTnsT'HeatSg
Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St.
LOUIS LOCKOWITZ Plumbing, Heating
and Gas Fitting. 219 W. Sixth lU lad. 10 .X.

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