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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURlTAIr FBIDAY EVENING, JUKE 14, 1807.
11 '"X 'V. 1 'if i t f J. u r u 1TO 1X1 ioJJD CSs&cxt or BI&cIx Are sold by tho following reliable Grocers, loose or In sealed packets: Carter, J. J., Chiles, J. S., Cole, J. P., Irlesbaeh Bros.. Mtzgerald, A. K Mol Bros., Onion, J., Porter. T. T., Payne, Jr. Iarker, II. A., staples & Wright, firags, M.. llanunil & Staple, Tleehurst, A. C- Kidder, C, AY oil Bros., liongren & Ikbald.AVlsc. I. A.. Manning, M. Wiley & Rollins. Published by Authority of tho India and Ceylon Commissioner. . soncE Santa Fe Change Time. On Sunday, June 16th. a few changes on the Santa Fe effecting Topeka will take place X No. 4. the California Limited, east Abound, will leave Topeka at 8:50 p. m. and arrive Chicago 11:59 ft. m. ' No. 17, the Texas & Oklahoma ex press, win leave. Topeka at 11:50 p, m. in place of 12:50 a. m. No. 113. the Texas Express local, will leave Topeka at 11:03 a. m. in place of iv:3a a. m. No. 3, The California Limited, will leave at 10:50 a. m. in place of 10:23 a. m. No. 108, the morning train for Atchi Bon and St. Joseph will leave at 7:15 a. m., m place of 7:30. No. 115. the Fast mail Will run over the Emporia cutoff and won't come via lopefca. . - No. 9. the Colorado Flyer, will leave at 10:60 p. m.1 In place of 10:35 p. m. No. 10 will leave Topeka 5:20 a. m. and arrive Kansas City 7:10 a. m. Jamestown Exposition. Tickets to Norfolk and return $51.05 via direct routes; via New York In one direction 166.25. On sals daily. - Final limit December 15. Sixty day tickets $42,60 via direct routes; via New York in one direction $46.90. On sale dally. Ten days' stopover at New York on season and sixty day tickets. Purchasers of either of these tickets may make por tion or journey oy steamer, ' l- Jnmestown Exposition. Tickets to Norfolk and return $34.00 via direct routes, on sale daily. Limit fifteen days. Homeseekers Excursion Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month. Rate in many Instances less than one fare and limit twenty-one ana tnirty aays, accoraing to destina tion. Chicago and return $20.00. St. Louis and return. $12.70 on sale dally June 1st to sept. autn. Final limit Oct. 31st Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return $17.50, on sale daily .- June x to September 80, final return urau uciooer si. Salt Lake City $30.50, on sale daily dune x to sepremDer 3U. Mexico City and return $55.90, on sale daily June 1 to September 15. limit October 31. Canadian and Northern New York Kfsons loronto, Montreal and many other points on sale dailv. June 1 to September 30, at rate of one fare plus z, limned 30 days from data of sale Aew England Resorts Boston, Bar Harbor. .Bellows Falls. Vermont; Bur lington, Vermont; Montpelier, Ver mont; Old Orchard. Maine, Portland, Maine, and many other points too nu merous to mention. On sale July 9, 13, 22, 23. August 6. 10, 20, 24 and September 10. 14, 24 and 28 at rate or one rare plus $2.00. tickets limited 30 days from date of sale. Liberal stopover privileges allowed. slight ad ditional cost for tickets routed via the St. Lav rence river route. Los Angeles and San Francisco, $50 for round trip. Tickets on sale June 8 to 15. Limit August 31. Liberal stop overs. Portland. Seattle. Tacoma, Spokane, etc., $50 for round trip. Tickets on sale June 20 to July 12. Limit Sep tember 15. Liberal stopovers. Kansas City return $2.50. On sale June 17 to 19 inclusive. Final return limit June 22. account Christian En deavor convention. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of the world; lowest rates and best lines represented. For further particulars address T. L. KING. C. P. & T. Agt., Topeka. Kan. EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period, it is paid off. The only sure way for most people. We can assist you. Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 534 KANSAS AVE. L. M. PENWELL Undertaker and Embalmer. 811 Quiacjr Strseti Both Phone 192 Geo. f. Ray. Assistant, Important Patron (after describing: the frreat advantages now enjoyed by chil dren) I wish 1 were you children at school, (Pause, then Ingratiatingly) Why do I wish this? Boy Please, sir, "cos you've forgot all you" ever knoweff;-"-Punch. GOES TO ST. JOE FIRM. Contract for Sugar for State Instltu '; tlons Awarded. : I he Letts-Spencer wholesale gro cery company of St. Joseph, Mo., has been awarded the sugar contract for the state Institutions for the coming six months. The company will furnish about 112,000 pounds of granulated sugar, and will receive for it about $5,600.- The company bid & different price for each institution, depending on tne lengtn or haul from St. Joseph. The. price per 100 for each institution was as follows: Topeka hospital, $4.86; Osawatomie hospital,- $4.86; Parsons hospital, $5.04; Winfleld school, $5.26; Olathe school, $5.00; Kansas City school for blind, $4.85; Atchison orphans' home, $4.79; boys' reform school, Topeka, $4.86; girls' school, Beloit, $5.13. The Letts-Spencer grocery com pany secured the sugar contract six months ago, at prices not materially different from the present figures. The contract was also let : for . the state's supply of chewing tobacco. During the next six months, the wards of the state, will chew 4,600 pounds of "Horseshoe." "J. T.," or "Star," and this wHl cost the neat sum of $1,500, or at the rate of 34 cents a pound. The tobacco contract was let to Theo. Poehler of Lawrence. The following institutions call for tobacco: Topeka asylum, 1,800 pounds; Osawatomie asylum,- 2,500 pounds; Parsons asylum, 250 pounds; school for feeble minded youth, Winfield, 60 pounds. The board of control has been working all this morning on the grocery contracts, and this afternoon will finish up the job. It is not likely that .he work of letting the stationery, queensware, hardware, flour and meat contracts can all be completed today. The board will probably work all day Friday. , The grocery . contracts have been practically completed with the excep tion of the flour, coffee and tea con tracts. No Topeka grocers are bidding at the present competition for contracts. Usally Weber- & Co., have been in the competition. The following are some of the im portant grocery items let today: To Symns Grocery company, 41 cases lye; 49 dozen mops; 70 boxes macaroni; 21 gross matches; 60 bar rels oatmeal; 550 dozen canned peaches: 12 6 dozen canned plums; 6 2 dozen green gage plums: 21 barrels sweet pickles; 1,300 dozen canned to matoes. Letts-Spencer, 17,000 pounds dried peaches; 325 boxes prunes; 4,000 pounds raisins; 112,000 pounds sugar. Dolan, 230 dozen canned pears; 18 000 pounds Carolina rice. H. D. Lee, 150 barrels oatmeal, steel cut; 135 dozen canned raspberries; 320 dozen cans salmon; 85 boxes scouring soap; 8 5 pounds Williams shaving. soap; 240 boxes brown soap. Peet Bros., 12,000 pounds soap chips. Poehler, chewing tobacco, 4,600 pounds; 46 barrels hominy. Kaw Valley Canning company, 2,- 000 dozen canned peaa. Kuehne, 34 barrels pickles. SANTA FEN0TE3 William Vickland Is a new clerk In the bonus department. The new time etLrd.oBTtfi' Sarvta Fe will go into effect tomorrow night' at 12:01 a. m. Thomas Martin of the axle lighting department was laying off on account of sickness yesterday. Alex Voigt ofTihe electrical ' depart ment has returned from a business trip to Emporia and Newton. ' Fireman Hankins of Argentlne is laying off on a sixty" days' vacation which he is spending in California.- C. E. Sleeth has resigned his position in the shop order department and E. M. Wenderhall has been" appointed to the position. , B. C. Speer who has been employed as a clerk In the bonus department has been transferred to the office of S. H. Hastings. - F. R. Frost, electrical engineer of the Santa Fe, left yesterday on a business trip to Chicago where he will remain for several days. Engineer Atherton of Argentine has left on a' ninety days' visit to his old home in England. Mrs. Atherton will accompany him. Engineer C. H. Tennyson Is running in t4ie place of Engineer Tom Eversole on runs Nos. 17 and 18 between To peka and Kansas City. Engineers Gossard, Speckin and Leavitt, who have been laying off at their homes in Argentine for several days, have returned to work. Switch engine No. 2210 was taken out on trial trip yesterday afternoon by Engineer Kelley and will be as signed to service within a few days. Engineer Bordo and Fireman King, who run out of Argentine on the Mis souri division, have been transferred to Las Vegas for temporary service. Frank Filby, a foreman brakeman of the eastern division out of Argen tine, was killed a few days ago at Al buquerque while at his work as brake man. Fireman E. A. Wise of the ruita Nos. 105 and 106 between Topeka and St. Joseph Is laying off for a few days and Fireman Mitchell is running in his place. Fireman Halderman is In the place of Fireman Swearingen on a switch engine In the local yards while Fireman' Swear- ngen is working in temporary road ser vice. Herschel Matthews of the axle lighting department, who has been' laying off for some time spending a honeymoon, has returned to his work at Newton. Theodore Johnson who has been em ployed In the boiler shops as timekeeper has been transferred to La Junta and Luther Coblentz has been appointed In his place. Brakeman Allison is running In the place of Brakeman Cafferty on runs Nos. 121 and lzi Detween Topeka and St. Joseph while Brakeman Cafferty is laying off on account of sickness. Harvey L, Roshon who for the past two years has been working in the tele graph department In the general offices has resigned his position and has ac cepted a position with the Western Union in Chicago. - , On account of tomorrow being pay day and also a busy time for the banks arrangements have been made for tha cashing of the checks tomorrow which differ somewhat from the ordl nary arrangements. Instead of having the checks cashed at 10:30 a. m. they will not be cashed until 11:15 and will close at 6:15 Instead of 7:30 as usual. John Boyd of the local axle lighting department has been transferred to Newton." ; Two ' electrical inspectors will be stationed at Newton instead of WKWTS MD HISCELLIAEODS IDS. ' WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED A place to ew with dress maKer Dy young lady. Aaaress m. xa. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Laborers to ship R. R. Work, carpenters, bridge carpenters, mechanics, farm hands, farm couples, hotel helpjChel $75, 2d $30, house man $25. Capital Emp. Agency, till Kansas ave. WANTED A food furnace man and tin ner. 811 N. Kansas ave., Topeka, Kan WANTED Shoe salesman of thorough experience. Apply in person or Dy letter xo THE WARREN At. CROSBY CO. WANTED Boy with fair education. Cap ital commercial college, vuts Ivan, ave. WANTED Boy 16 or 17 years to learn tinner's trade. German preferred. Must De intelligent and reliable, lans tz. btn St.. WANTED An experienced order and de- liveryman, references required, German preferred. Address by letter J. K. L. care Journal. WANTED Men to learn barber trade, $18 to $20 weekly paid graduates, rew weeks completes; can earn expenses, tools and Doara rrom start, tree clinic, constant practice, careful instructions, lectures, etc, Busy season now. Write at once, Moler liarber college, ivansaa city, juo. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Girl for general housework at 32S Harrison st. WANTED Girl with fair education. Cap ital Commercial college, 7t jvan. ave, WANTED Hand irohers. dry Co. Mutual Laun WANTED At once white woman pastry cook, $45 per month. ' Capital employment Agency, sll ivansaa ave.. WANTED Lady agents, ins proposition for you. The Dibble Grocery Co., store. a money mak Wrlta or call. North Topeka WANTED A dishwasher at Midland hO' tel. 4th and Quincy St. WANTED Dining room girls and girls to learn and girl for kltcnen. uiower House. 201 E. 8th st. ' WANTED AGENTS. WANTRD Lndv aeenti and canvassers. We have an exceptional money making proposition to offer you. Call or write. The Dibble Grocery Co., North Topeka store. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. i.m - m."Li.i(l nun urmS uyf OUl off clothing, shoos, ha to, overcoats. Drop us a.cara cr can ino. bu una. a .i-auuu' con, 500 Kansas v. WANTED A riding horse, sound and safe, for lady. Address with price ana where can be seen. Horse, care journal. WANTED M. Bush. -Veal calves and fat cowa. tL Ino. phone 3214. 1114 1. h at. WANTED To buy a good city broke sur rey horse. Call 723 Clay St.., WANTED-Bv a vounsr married couple, 7 room modern cottage or house, close In on West aide. "Modern.' care journal. IPC A T W&T.T.H CITT Wanted, to give away- quickly my de sirable modern corner home, two squares south Capitol, on electric line. 10 rooms. knth va.tlhi.laa Int hlmflmil ft ft Oil TTh T- krison. 81 on Twelfth; (room for another house): handsome comDinatron coanuo 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 senaratelv. suiting corner purchaser. All clear, titles perfect; Insured 5 years, ideal Investment. caDitalist. smaller town, de siring educate children, medicine, law. etc. Must change climate account asth ma. Come dicker; your own price; any old terms: cash, time, or monthly pay ments. Best offer. 30 days, accepted. No fakers, rubbers nor aprents. C. I. Quick, evenings. 1200 Harrison st OLD CLOTHES, shoes, hats and over coats. Don't throw 'em away. I will call pav big prices for them. Gordon, 435 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1490. FOR RENT Upstairs pleasant furnished room, large closet, siu w. etn sc. FOR RENT 3 rooms, gas and water. Ap ply 1226 Jackson St. FOR RENT Strictly up-to-date furnish ed rooms, perrectly modern, call Gat len Drug Co.. or 524 W. 10th st. one as heretofore owing to the In crease in business at that place. Mr. Boyd will inspect the axle lighting equipments of the trains during the daytime, while Herschel Matthews will work nights. Louie Hill, telegraph operator in the local office, will commence a twenty days' vacation tomorrow. He will be off for a few days having his eyes treated, after whicn time he will visit relatives in Eskridge, Wichita, Chi cago and Columbus, Ohio. Ray An drews, who has been working for sev eral days as relief operator at Argen tine, will work in his place. Marriage Licenses Issued. Marriage licenses have been issued In the office of the probate court as fol lows: Floyd Jackson, 22 years old and Nor ma Bass, 20 years old, both of . To peka. W. H. McKlrahan, 27 years old. of Amarillo, Texas, and Margaret M. Wil son, 25 years old, of Topeka. David K. Sharp, 51 years old. and Jennie Henderson, 46 years old, of To peka. - Kansas Postoffice Matters, . Washington, June 14. Wilbur F. Gerall has been appointed regular, and John A. Campbell substitute rural free delivery carriers for route 2, Hum boldt, Kan. These rural free delivery routes have been ordered established August 16 in Butler county, Kansas: Cassidy, route 1, population 400. fami lies 75; Latham, route S, population 410, families, 75; Whitewater, route 3, population 470, families 90. CASTOR I A For Infants and CMldren. . Ths Kind You Have Always Bough! . Bears the Slfaatnre of i. BIG AUCTION SALE- SATURDAY, JUNE; 15, 1907, AT 7 P. M. OF ART SQUARES, RUGS, DISHES LADIES' AND GENTS SHOES, ROCKERS, CHAIRS, SILVERWAReI, GRANITEWARE, GO-CARTS AND FURNITURE OF ALL TJESCRD?TICj.NS, BEDDING, TOOLS," GAS AND GASOLINE STOVES j : ' EVERYBODY COME. S15V4 KANSAS AVE. ' ; - C, M. CREWS, SALESMAN. " - - ' '.'BOTH PHONES 780. ' : Ppn SALKi -niCAL ESTATE. j SNAP , F6r a short time: new cottage 4 rooms, 5 lots, a daisy. Payments.'. Nichols, 531 A-ansas ave. ina. pnone u. GEO. 1L NOBLE CO.. PKAL BMATEi LOAN1), INSURANCE. Some SpeciAl Farme an3 City Bargains 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFF1CB. FOR SALE Lots San Diego, Cal., or will trade. Address 1104 North Monroe st. ; ; . 150 DOWN New 4 room cottage, stairs to attic, one block to car line, $1,300; $50 down and $15 per month. GARLINGHOTJSE REALTY CO., 603 Kansas- Ave. Phones: Ind. 1606. Bell 1590. 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 & Co.. lis E. 5th st., Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE Till Monday 9 room modern rooming house, block of ave. Payments. Bailey Bros. Co.. 106 E. 7tU et. Ind. phone 990. Rer. (5161. .. FOR SALE 4 room cottage 324 Taylor st.( gas, water, sewer .connection, cistern, t:ood basement, house Just painted. Price 1,500. Call Whittelsey, Bell 880. Ind. 633. FOR SALE 640 acres of land in Sheridan county. Part cash. Balance on easy terms. H. 8. Cooper, Scandla, Kan. ! 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 BLDO. S. A. COOK. FOR SALE 8 rooms, -modern, hot and cold water, gas. electric light, vestibule, large, barn, plenty shade. Will sell cheap. Call on owner 318 Clay St. ' FOR RENTrrW6 TOpFtf ae. furnished rooms in suite Or 3nigie, mpaern. . FOR RENT Furnished room, strictly modern. 319 E. 8th. Ben pnone ai. FOR RENT 2 new modern rooms. east front, near 12th and Taylor st. k. u. Blaine. 525 Kansas ave.-, Ind. phone 1418. Bell phone 1193. r W V jTVZX JL I JJ ilia M. J L llm. - v."-"- "v ' tag. modern, 1215 Clay st. Ind. phone 3053. FOR RENT 2 modern, nicely furnished rooms 512 Quincy st. - FOR RENT FumiBhed room, modern, for gentlemen. 836 Madison, ind. pnone iru. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 1 for light housekeeping. 307 E. 8th st. - FOR RENT 1 modern room 412 W. 7th. C. H. Morrison. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for house keeping if desired, gas. 2a Monroe st. FOR RENT 817 Monroe St., 2 furnished rooms lignt housekeeping, ist noor, gas. sink in kitchen. FOR RENT 933 Kansas ave.. 2 adjoining rooms, unrurnisnea, gas. fnones its. FOR RENT Large room in modern house. privilege of light housekeeping, ma. 74Ha. FOR RFVT TTOTTST5S. FOR RENT 722 Chestnut 3 room cottage. good barn, wagon shed, $8. 801 E. 8th st. FOR RENT 7 room house, 3 lots, large barn, fine location. 434 Shawnee ave. Potwln Place, - ... FOR RENT 6 room house 213 Topeka ave. inauire Z15 xoDexa ave. GOOD 4 room house, gas heat and light. No. 425 Cedar St., 2 blocks east Santa Fo shops. R. D.' Blame, 525 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1418. Bell phone 1192. FOR RENT 6 room house 1413 Harrison st. (Jail ill Jenerson st. FOH RENT Large brick house corner of 6th and Polk. Just ths location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 715 W. h st. FOR RENT Desk room 104 E. 6th. Daw son & Pierson. Ind. phone 1038. FOll SAT,E MTSCET.LAVEOTTS. FOR SALE Good horse, surrey and har ness, nearly new. Curt Beigman, Te- cumseh. FOR SALE Good cook, stove, gasoline oven, screen doors and window screens. 613 Lane St. FOR SALE Good sound driving horse 7 years old, wt. 1100.. Call after 6 at 1301 Quincy. Bell 2625. ' . - FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow and heifer calf. 308 E. 8th. ino. pnone 73S1. FOR SALE Square piano, cheap, at 511 Jackson st. FOR SALE Household goods, 1 bed room set, china cabinet book case, desk, gas stove, etc. 1I3 Fillmore st. TYPEWRITER, good condition, $12.50. H. M. Cross Cycle CO., la w. vtn St. . DON'T FORGET THE BIG AUCTION SALE SATURDAY EVENING AT 315H KANSAS AVE. FOR SALE Strawberries $1.25 per crate tomorrow and Friday at Kennedy's, IX mile east of Citv limits on 4th st. Bell jahone 3S21 2. FOR SALE Team of draft horses and team of light driving Jfses.. at old stock yards, foot of Curtis St., North Topeka. . FOR SALE 2 good driving taorses. 4 and 5 years or age. J. J. nomas. 213 vv. em. LADIES and glrls' bicycles, $8 up. Best Co., 123 W. 7th st. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE 2 good sound horses, city broke, double and single harness and bugrgy. 218 W. Curtis, N. Topeka. DON'T FORGET THE BIG AUCTION SALE SATURDAY EVENING AT 3154 KANSAS AVE. 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. i - ' FOR SALE A 10-horse automobile engine cheap.. Call at 107 . E. 12th st. FOR SALE Good new alfalfa hay, de livered. H. Chalmers, Ind. 11362. FOR SALE The Houston daisy field la In full bloom. - Bell phone 37231. FOR BALE All kinds or 2d hand lumber. Hughes Coal Co., 5th and Adams, Ind. phone 400. FOR new crop alfalfa hay delivered call on or telephone 8. F. Stewart, 2037 West st. Ind. phone 4041. FOR SALE A No. 1 fresh cow. phone 3214. Call Ind. RACYCLE, good condition, for sale at a bargain. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th st. BALM OF FIGS, a 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 Grocery and bakery, doing good business. Address Bakery, Journal. PUBLIC SALE Of high class furniture, farm Implements and buggies at 902 North Kansas avenue, Saturday, June 15, 1907, at 1 p. m. C. M. CREWS. SALESMAN. BOTH PHONES 780. JOHN SEWELL. Manager. FOR SALE One Marion automobile 4 cylinder car, party leaving ftwn. Bar gain. 310 Klein ave. FOR SALE Covered spring wagon, abso luteiy waterproof top, screened doors and windows, cot inside. Just the thing for camping. New. 309 W. 12Th. St. FOR SALE Team of Clydesdales 6-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. DON'T FORGET THE BIG AUCTION SALE SATURDAY EVENING AT 315H KANSAS AVE. FOR SALE Young chickens 20c per lb. 918 E. 10th St. SECOND hand bicycles at bargain prices, $10 to $35. - Best tires on earth $3.50. H, 4-toss uycie uo., l&s w. vtn st. ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, 30 days' free trial. Phone 369. Topeka Edison Co. Your name and address. ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, SO days' free trial.. Phone 369. . Topeka Edison Co. Your name and address. FOR SALE Jump seat top buggy and FOR SALE 600 business caros for 1.XS; 600 envelopes $1.5: 500 letter heads $1.50. See them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TRAPP. 714 Kansas ave. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND Dark brown yearling colt with scar on left hind foot. Inquire at Sta nley's barn. LOST Between 1221 N. Harrison st. and 4th and Harrison, bundle -containing a baby's dress, skirt and apron. Return to 1221 North Harrison st. Reward. LOST Gold violin pin with gold dollar at tached. Reward if returned to 311 Quin cy st. LOST Leather hand satchel, purse in side containing money. Return to Dib ble Gro. Co.. N. Side store, for reward. JBCSjrNTTSSCrfJLNE9 I CAN offer Cot 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. This week. Address H. J., care Journal. LIVERY BARN. O. N. BRAY has purchased the livery Bta- ble formerly ownea Dy mm at 606 w. 8th ave., and will be pleased to retain the present patronage ana greet his old cus tomers again. rrscELjjAjnEons0 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 COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. - Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 706 Kan sas ave. Phone 806. STALLIONS. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Bell phone 762. R. I. Lee. VjrJl'KKINARY SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones. PLANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired.-C. E. Lutes. Sll Kansas ave. ma. pnone iaiz. HORSESHOEING WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 517 Quincy; have employed a good horseshoer from K. C. and we guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give him a trial. W. T. and W. S. Lawless. JLEGJAI fFirst published in The Topeka State journal -J uuw ao, t PROPOSALS. Office of the City Clerk, Topeka, Kansas, June 13, 1907. Sealed proposals wilL be received at thta office until 5 o'clock p. m. Thursday, June LEGAL 20th, 1907, for the construction and com pletion of all sidewalks condemned. Also those that have been ordered by petition, excepting therefrom such walks as m y be constructed by the owners of the prop erty, or as shall be exempt by a resolution of the city council. All walks are to ba constructed in con formity with Ordinance No. 2626, approved July 27th. 1906, and the city engineer's specifications adopted by the mayor and council June 10th, 1907, and now on file in this office. -Proposals to be made for walks wtth sand foundation and constructed with brick equal to the best Shawnee county vitrified paving brick. The brick used must be of a quality equal to the samples that the bidders will deposit with the cltv engineer. Bidders must stata in their proposals tha price . per square toot lor walks six leet wide and over, also for walks less than six feet in width, all- the material used in the construction of all the walks shall be subject to the inspection and acceptance of the citv engineer or such other person as may be designated by him, and all of tne worit to De aone unaer nis general supervision and subject to tha final in spection and acceptance- by the mayor and council. All nronoRnln for walks to be made on the basis of payments in sidewalk scrip of xne city ot xopeKa, ana me pajrmeni 10 be made as follows: One-half on January 1, 1908. . One-fourth July 1, 1908. -One-fourth on October 15. 1908. All proposals must be accompanied bv n certified check for $250, payable to the city of Topeka, as a guarantee that the party to wnom tne wont snail De awaraea, will enter into n written contract within five days after such award to perform the work within such time as the mayor 'and Council may designate at the time of awarding the contract and the successful bidder shall give a guarantee bond In ac cordance with the laws of the state of Kansas, to be approved by the mayor and council for the faithful performance of his contract. The mayor and council reserve the right to -reject any or all oias. rseai.i i;. ts. mlkue, City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State journal, june is, isw.j At a meeting of the citv council held June 10th, 1907, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka. Kansas, deem it necessary for the health, welfare and best interests of said city, that a sewer be con structed in the district or territory describ ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the intersection of the center line of Fillmore street with the center line of First ave nue; thence westerly along the center Una or f irst avenue to the center line ot jiay street; thence southerly along the center line or Clay street to the center line ot Third street; thence easterly along the center line of Third street to the center line of Fillmore street: thence northerly along the center line of Fillmore street to me place or beginning; in tne city ot io- peaa, isnawnee county, naneas. I. C. B. Burge. city clerk of the city of lopeKa, nereDy certiry tnat the above ana foreging is a true and correct copy of the original resolution how on file in my omce. Seal. C..B. BUKUlfi, City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal, June 13, laoi.J At a meeting of jhe citv council held June 10th, 1907. the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved. That the mavor and council of tne city ot Topeka deem it necessary ior the best Interests of said city to recurb Where necessarv North Kansas avenue from the north end of the Melan arch bridge to the north line of Gordon street, excepting therefrom said North Kansas avenue from the north line of Railroad street to the north line of Norris street, C. E. JORDAN. I. C B. Buree. citv clerk of the citv of lopeKa, nereDy certiry tnat tne aDOve ana foreging is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on me in my omce. r Sea 1.1 c. B. BUHUK, City Clerk. fFirst published in The Topeka State journal june la, iwi.i f , '.-! PROPOSALS. s ' Office-of the City Clerk, Topeka, Kan., June 13th, law. Sealed proposals will be received at this omce until 6 o clock p. m. Tnursday, June 20th; 1907, for grading, rolling, curbing and paving North Kansas avenue from Gor don st. -to Garfield st.. Central ave. from Gordon St. to Soldier Creek bridge, Jeffer son st. from Third st. to Fourth st, Madison st. from Tenth ave. to Eleventh Bt. ; Lincoln St. from Sixth ave. to Eighth ave.; West st. from Sixth ave. to Tenth ave.; Seventh st. from Topeka ave. to Tyler St.; the alley west of Jefferson st. from Fifth St. to Sixth ave.: the alley west of Topeka ave. from Eighth ave. to Ninth St.; Topeka ave. from Huntington ave. to Euclid ave., and tne alley west oi Jackson st. from Third st. to Fourth st. - The paving to be of vitrified brick, and the curbing to be of sandstone, lime stone or -cement: artificial stone or cement curb and gutter. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. Proposals under different names will not be received from one firm or association. The citv council of the city of Topeka reserve the right to reject any or all bids or parts of bids which may not be ad vantageous to the city. Each bidder will be required to deposit with the city clerk, to the credit of the city of Topeka, a certificated check of deposit, of 6 per cent of the proposed contract, and in no case to be less than fifty (50) dollars, as a guarantee that he will enter into the contract if awarded to him, according to the terms of his bid, within five days after the certification of the award. In all bids made by a firm the lndividr ual names of the members must be writ ten out and must be signed in full, giving the christian names, but the signers may if they choose describe themselves in ad dition as doing a business under a given name and style as a firm. - The place of residence of every bidder with county and 3tate must be given af ter his signature, which must be written in full. Proposals should be addressed to the city clerk, city of .Topeka, and indorsed "proposals for grading, curbing and pav ing in the city of Topeka." All work must be done in conformity with the city engineer's plans and speci fications on file in the city engineer's of fice also in the office of city clerk, and under the directions of the city engineer. Seal. C. B. BURGE. 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 lieneral. Plain tiff, 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 s gainst you charges that you have used, enjoyed and exercised the franchises and privileges of a corporation within the state of Kansas . without au thority of law, and that you have miss used the same and violated the criminal laws of the state, and asks that you be ousted from the state of Kansas and from exercising said franchises and privileges and for the appointment of receivers to take charge and possession 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 state of Kansas, and that the said privi- IEQAL. leges, liberties, franchises, powers, funo tions. property, both real and personal, be assumed by the state of Kansas under the direction of the court: that a receiver be appointed for the purpose of taking possession of all of the said privileges, franchises and property, both real andj personal owned or held by the defendant, or in which it has or claims ahx interest, and that such property be held by the re ceiver; subject to the order of the court, and that upon the final determination o thid case, such disposition of said privi leges, franchises and such real and per sonal property be made as shall be just ana proper iu secure ana save tnt.rignls of paid 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, charses 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 of the prop erty belonging to said defendant from the state of Kansas, or from using the same in violation of the criminal laws of the state, and you are further notified that T.- F. GarVer, George H. Whltcomb, and. S. H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge of all the property within tho state of said company, and directed to hold the same to await the further order of the court. Seal. THE STATE OF KANSAS. . . ' Plaintiff. Attest: By F. S. JACKSON, Atty. Gen. D. A. VALENTINE. Clerk of the Supreme Court. First published In The Topeka State Journal June 14, 1907. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received for the con struction of the . gymnasium practice rooms of the proposed gymnasium at Ba ker university, Baldwin. Kansas, on Wed nesday, June 2fith, at 11 a. m. Plans and specifications may be seen at the presi dent's office. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids and in casa of contractor not being known to tha committee a certified check must be pre sented. MACHINE SHOPS. MOWERS ground, factory process, 75c Tel. 503. Harry B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. PAVING. CAPITAL Oll'f VITRIFIRO RRirK PAVING CO., 214 E. 6th st. Mfgrs. at building, paving and sidewalk brick- FLORISTS. HOMK UhOWN CUT FLOWKK.S. floral designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayes, 107 W. 8th U J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow ers, plants, designs, decorations. 105 W Eighth. Tel. 37, Greenhouse lith and Moa. HUBBARD'S Cut flowers: blooming plants. Ind. rhone 42. 5J0 Kansas ave. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRAIN bKR STOKAud Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. lb. Clarence Skinner, 611 Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS. Off loe -216 East th. Both phones 998. Moving and storage. All kinds goods packed, stored and for warded to any point in United States. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. BOWERS & KUAKN8, contractors and .builders. .Job work carefully done. LA W. 7th. Phone S553. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved his shop to, 728 Jackson at. Ind. phone 1244. - U J FAVKLERS. JMEnBSYDNTjewelwndp xrian. -Complete- stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. FOUNDERS AND l(t ACIIIXE SHOPS. U'PCJNDKRS, machinists and pattern makers. Topekfr. Foundry; 318, SJO and 822 Jackson t. Both phoned 499. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, i patent attorney, 4US 2K YEARS' experience. Advice free. E. A. W l L LI . . a 1 1. . 1 32 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone 45. Houra 10 to 12; 3 to 5; 7:30 to 8:20. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 728 Kansas ave. SiwIdmM Thi- teenth and Clay. Office hours: i l m. m H a. m. and i p. m. to 6 p. m Batik phones 18 residence and Ind. 1313 office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and disease of women, with private hospital. Office 531 Kansas ftve. DR. ACKLEY, the Woman Doctor.. 4U Junction bldg., Kansas City, Mo. SANITARIUMS. CHKISTS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervous in valids, - alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. Lindsay. M. D.. 829 K. A.. Topeka. Kan. MONEY. ----- - - ..... o.v,v.at, iiiuius, per sonal security, household goods, typewrit ers. W. E. Segulne, 413 K. A. Both phones. HIDV 1.-V , ....,, . n i.ua t 1. i MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can nv toir by the . week or month. Topeka Invest ment & Loan Co. Rooms lfe 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property. payment $1.25 week will pay off loan A in 25 weeks. G, H. Flintham. notarv nub ile, S06 E. 4th St.- Either phone 977. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or- gans, typewriters, nousenoio gooas and personal security. L. Bineoe. 523 Kan. ave. M. PENWELL funeral ritrAftn- -nri mhlm - .1... 1 able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 192. G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's) temple. 61 jacKson t. fhones 148. ARSTRACTS WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. ExDert examiner of abstracts. Legal nit. pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan oi z,&ou. xuust oe city property, Kan sas ave. Fhone 1577. 3 BICYCXES AND REP.IRnvq. U. O. CYCLE CO.. 118 S. Eighth. National Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. MJJSICAIj AIBERT SHUTT, Instructor of mandolin and guitar. Music furnished for all oc casions. Call 6857 Ind. phone. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN LEAHY, Plumbing. Heating and lias Fitting, ziz t. i- iiin tit. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ Plumbing, Heating ana uu f itting 211 w. Bixtn st. ina lo,y. FREE DISPENSARY MONROE ST. - FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted bv regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some cases. Office hours 2 to 6 p. m. Calls answered night or day. Ind. phone 3UJ.