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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE J OTOilAL-3 ATURD AY EVEimiG,1 JUNE 15, 1907. R FOR SALE REATi ESTATE. BARGAINS IN TRACTS 1 acres close to Wuhbura. room oottage. cellar, well, barn and work hop. Look at this Quick for $2,- m 9 acre southwest, 4 room cot tage, cellar, S wella. barn, cow barn 40 ft. long, hen house, ISO bearing- fruit trees, nice vineyard. Price $2,550. Ind. $500. 29 acres 34 miles out, all bot tom land, tine for alfalfa and sweet potatoes. Price for few days 12.100. S acres, close to new shops. 6 room cottage, good repair, cellar, well at house and one at barn. Nice shade In yard, extra good garden land. Price $3,000. 28 acres.nearly new 6 room house, barn and outbuildings, all fine bot tom land, can nearly all be culti vated, 4 acres alfalfa. Price only 12,500. 2 acres. 1 block to car line, 4 room house, cellar. This Is a snap for $1,500. CITY SNAPS I east front lots, close In on Ty ler with a T room house, cellar, barn. The lots are worth $900 each. We will throw in all for only $3,000. See who will get here first. lots on corner of 4th and Polk St., I houses. For quick sale, $3,000. 42 ft. close to Central Park, new house of 6 rooms and reception hall. Large basement, gas for ; heating and cooking, combination fixtures for light, good barn. This Is the best bargain In this vicinity. Price $3,000. For bargains In farms, tracts and city property, see DAWSON & PIKRSON, 104 EAST SIXTH ST. PHONES 1038 AND 1443. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ovf OF THE BEST ROOMINGS AND BOARDING HOUSES IN THE CITT. 14 ROOMS FULLT FURNISHED. ROOMS ALL FULL AND 35 REGULAR BOARDERS. CENTRALLY LOCATED AND REASONABLE RENT. IF TOU WANT TO STEP INTO A GOOD PAY ING BUSINESS AT A BIG BARGAIN, SEE ME QUICK. ELMER R. BARNES. 121 WEST FIFTH ST. PHONE 262. WEST SIDE BARGAIN- $3.760 1V4 east front lots. 7 room house, corner, gas, electric light, city water, well, cistern, sewer, furnace, bath, bam. seven minute car service. H. C. BOWMAN, 42 COLUMBIAN BLDG. .? IND. PHONE 6S1. LOT SNAPS 2 best lots facing Central Park, be sold at once. Make offer. Must 2 east front lots, good location. Lane St., $150. PARTNERSHIP REAL ESTATE CO. 107 W. FIFTH ST. IND. PHONE 872. COLORADO READ THIS 16 sections Lincoln and Kit Carson Cos., alternate sections. Nearly one-half bot tom land, abundant water, from ten to twenty-five feet. A large part good al falfa land. Near R. R. stations. $5.00 per acre. Terms. See me about this quick. Don't talk trade We want money. H. C BOWMAN. 42 COLUMBIAN BLDG. IND. PHONE 631. ' BARGAINS 8 room modern house. 2 lota. Lane at.. , rooms, modern, close in, w. lotn. $3,800. b rooms, modern, west side, fine, $2,600. 6 rooms, modern, new, college section. W1W. 4 room cottage, close In, $1,300. 4 rooms, close In, II 100. 4 rooms, new. Garfield. 14, lots, $1,650. 4 room cottage. 1H lots. Tavlor. 1.2)0. Fine building lots on paved St., cheap. Cottages on payment plan. Farms and small tracts. Money to loan on larme ana city property. For exchange. Kansas hay land, Cnffav Co., $4,800, for good western Kansas $5 to tiu per acre iana. Q. W. W. YATES & CO.. Both Phones. Real Estate and Loans. 62a Kansas Ave. Room 8. 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 fooKiei or can on ua we have money to loan on farm lands, real estate security at lowest interest rates and large list of vjr ruirtrriiei lor sale, jonn lu. ftioon J,. am iOMia, Kin. SNAP For a short time, new cottage 4 rooms, lots, a daisy. Payments. Nichols, 631 ....... u o a. . c Auti. jmune w. FOR SALE Lots San Diego, Cat, or will uuuv. Auunw iiut ortn Monroe st. TOR SALE HEAI, ESTATE, LOOK t lots. T room cottage, cellar, wen. 600. Terms. ltt lots, new S room cottage, cellar, $2,000. Terms. '" 2 lots. S room cottage, cellar, city water, sewer enivner-tlon. aras tar heat and Ittrltt . I Jl i iuo. jrrice ji.kxj. rerms. I lots, 7 room house, outbuildings, near 114 lots, 7 room house, cellar, cistern, near izin. race $1,600. Terms. V& lots, ( room house, cistern, barn, near 17th and Harrison. Price 11 an 6 room house, cellar, cistern, steam Wiiwi xerms. S room house. No. 913 W. 7th. all modern. Pri- ta.m t.i 8 room house, nearly 2 lots, cellar, elttim. -itv vnt.. ham. nur th and Lincoln. Price $2,600. VA lots, 4 room cottage, cellar, rltv MAiuurv. x rice iz, luu. INVESTMENTS Four (-room cottages, brick store building. 2 lots, near Sd and Hancock. Price $1,800. S cottages. 4 rooms each, near 12th 2 houses on Chandler, near 6th. rent tract near city. SMALL TRACTS acres, 6 room house, 2 wells, cistern, fine orchard, strawberries, etc.. 2 miles north. $1,900. acres la Seabrook. unimproved, $1,250. 43 acres, 4 room house, barn, watered eoo. LUCAS A LAGERSTROM. IND. PHONE 1490. GILLETT A IND. 978. BELL 1545. New room modern house, VA lots, on Clay st. $2,800. A fine home. New 6 room house, partly modern, 2 lots, on W. 6th Bt., $2,600.' , Good S room cottege, 2 lots, barn, on Polk st., $1,600. Good 5 room cottage, VA lots, good location, on corner. Buchanan st., $2,100, Good 5 room house, VA lots. West St.. $1,100; will sell on monthly payments. Several good lots la good location to sell on payments. WE WRITE INSURANCE AND LOAN MONEY AT PER CENT ON REAL ESTATE. GEO. M. NOBLE St CO.. REAL ESTATE, LOANS & INSURANCE. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. $1,250 New 4 room cottage and 3 lots, fine location, West St. Ree 274. 1,500 G rooms, 1V lots, on pavement, Buchanan st. Rec. 73. i,voo cottage 4 rooms, chandler st.. Darn, shade and fruit. Rec 144. S50 Cottage 3 rooms, 1 lot, West Locust st. Easy terms. Rec. 144. 2.500 New 5 room modern eottacre Qulncv st. Rec. aaa For investment. 3 story Kansas ave. business building yielding over 7 per cent. - uuu.ck,.v.v cavusb. ah uiiusutu invesimeni opportu nity. 1.400 Suburban near West 6th St.. 4 rooms. 8,000 Suburban. 3 miles from Washburn college, over 10 acres. 8 room house large barn, plenty of fruit, hog-tight pasture. A bargain. Rec. 84. . 4,70010 acres Highland Park, 10 room house with furnace, large barn fine, chlck ne house, nearly all in fruit, beautiful suburban, home. Ren ss 3.500 36 acres highly improved,' east of city. z. 7 acres. room nouse, nair mile to car nns Jtec. 32. 1.6) 12 acres near reform school. 4 room house. Rec. 4. r. , 1,200 And upwards for 7 and 8 room houses in Oakland with 8 to 6 lots each. omau vn n 11 Va.y iucii t, uaioiii-o iri.nii.iiij'. J t-, L uurgin5 1H UaKUina. Best modern houses that are for sale In Topeka. $3,000 and upwards. ' ' - '' Vacant lots In Topeka and Oakland, best locations. All kinds of merchandise and land trades, farm and city. . , ' '. ... ,. VERY LARGE LIST OF" FARMS AND SUBURBAN TRACTS IN SHAWNEE ! AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. ALL SIZES. ALL PRICES AND TERMS. BOTH PHONES 444. CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN TOPEKA. 1424 Lincoln St.. 6 rooms, 2 lots, cellar, stairs, gas heat, large front porch. Price 1924 and 1926 Buchanan st. Look at the Price asked for both $2,650. Act Quickly going. West 16th, near Rev. Sheldon's beautiful ern, gas heat and light, 50 feet front, large pleased to tell you how cheap It Is. SHAWNEE IND. PHONE 605. NICE REASONABLE Western ave.. VA lots, 6 room modern $2,200. Monroe St., close In, 7 room modern home, nice terms. Cheap at $3,600. Kansas ave.. close In, 1H lots. Only $400 cash required $1,500. . West 12th St.. rooms, partly modern, $500 cash handles this $1,900. These are but a few of our many tar gains. Come In and see our list. We have the bargains. At least this Is what everybody says, and they ought to know, as they are getting the homes. ...... OH. SAY! We have a nice little hotel and on exceptional terms. LOOK INTO THESE PROPERTIES. DO IT NOWI TOPEKA REAL IND. PHONE 1489. 826 Each, the only 2 lots north of 17th for less than $400 each. 1,250 New 6 room house, $100 cash, $15 per $3,6506 houses, rent for $48 per .month. 2,800 New 8 room modern house, fine location. 450 IH lots for fine residence, west side, 3,000 Fine new t room modern house, close in, on west side. 1,900 6 rooms, 1200 block, on Polk st., east front. 175 Each. lots on Tyler at. - s 2,30010 acre chicken ranch. 1 mile from GARXJNGHOUSE Ind. Phone 1608. Bell Phone 1S90. FOR SALE South of state house, 2 lots, large 2 story porches, back stairs, gas. city water, stable, Lincoln st, near 6th, H lota, 9 rooms, ter inside, sewer connections, big barn. Terms $2,600. J. E. TO RRINGTON. 309 W. SIXTH ST. TOR fiALE REAIi ESTATE. HERE cistern, bum. wm FninVUn. n. Price tL- barn, ru nnr Ixth an Buchanan. Price Chester and Division Price $2,100. barn. r tnr haat mil Ha-ht. on West sewer connection, rai for heat and light. . heat, ran near 8th and Jefferson. Price Ion na .ar Rth And and Clay, rents for $33. Price $3,300. tor $34. - Price $4,000. Will trade for small by 4 snrinn. 2 miln nnrih T,-ic . '. 102 W. FIFTH ST. GILLETT. 104 W. WIFTH ST. - TOPEKA, KAN. 9 lots. Ree. 907. Rec. 84. ' ' ' '- - . 435 KANSAS AVE. cistern, city water, barn, front and back $1,750. two properties and make us an offer. If you want to buy them. They are cottage of 8 rooms, thoroughly mod barn, beautiful shade.' We" should be' AGENCY. 634 KANSAS AVE. ' PRICED HOMES. house, with barn. Terms to suit. Only la near-by town that we will sell right. ESTATE CO., ROOM 1. 623 KANSAS AVE. St.. on Topeka ave. that can be bought month. - - east front. city. REALTY CO. ' ' 608 KANSAS AVE. house, 4 rooms oak finish, hall, cellar. big shade trees. Terms $2,600. gas. electric light, city and cistern wa TOPEKA, KAN. WblishedTn'TTIe'Top June 14. 1907.1 OFFICIAL COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. council Chamber, Topeka, Kan., Tun. 11 1kV7 . Council met in regular session pursuant to iJi, ent or June a, at o clock p. m. Wltn the followine- nnnnpilmpn rrAent Blakeiy. Horn. Howe. Jordan. Knt. TJln nan. Montgomery, Stanley and Van Ness ? Absent Holliday, Howard and Hughes 8 Claims and- accounts -against the city of lopeka were presented, read and referred to committee on claims and accounts, who reported the same back with recommen dation that the claims be allowed and paid from funds e.s follows: General revenue fund $242.47 police department fund 290.26 general Improvement fund 21.1 Total .... .... ...... ....".I. .....$553.88 Communication from E. M. Duncan in regard to salary was presented, read and referred to Judiciary committee, with re quest that it be reported back at next council meeuns. Communication from the Weber Gas Engine company requesting copy of the city ordinance was presented, read and on motion, granted. Communication from city engineer In regard to curbing North Kansas avenue was presented read and filed. Communication from city clerk request ing that he be allowed to eranlov two ad ditional clerks for a short time at a sal ary or $50 per month, was presented, read na on motion OI u-ouncuman iiowe, aaopted. Communication from J. S. Weir in re. gard to increase in salary was presented read and referred to ways and means committee. Communication from Fred C. Slater rel ative to removal of street- car tracks on Hancock street, was presented, read and referred to committee " on streets and walks. . . . -. Petition for sidewalk on east side of Lo cust street, between Crane and Greeley streets, was Dresented. read and referred 10 committee on streets ana wants. Communication from G. W. Hobson rel ative to salary for months of December, January and February was presented, read and referred to Judiciary commit tee. Report of the citv food lnsneetor for me montn oi Mar was presented, read and filed. Annual estimate of city attorney, police department, fire marshal, city clerk, city treasurer, street department, food inspec tor, sanitary department, superintendent electric lights, city engineer, license col lector and plumbing inspector, for the year rsiui were presented, read and reier red to ways and means committee. Communication from I. Li. Thompson requesting permission to connect with catch basin at corner of Fourth and Law rence streets, presented June 3d and re ferred to committee on sewers, was re ported back with recommendation that tne petition te granted, on motion or Councilman Montgomery the report was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on west side of West street, from Twentieth street to Hampton street, presented on June 3d and referred to streets and walks committee. was reported back with recommendation that the petition be granted, and on mo tion of Councilman Howe the report was adopted. An ordinance creating Sewer District No , presented on June 3d and re ferred to committee on sewers,, was re ported back with recommendation that the ordinance be passed., and on motion of Councilman Howe, the report of the committee was adopted. Bond of Georce W. Sutherin & Co. plumbers, in the sum -of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) was approved by the fol lowing vote: Ayes Blakeiy, Horn, Howe, Jordan. Kutz. Lannan, Montgomery, Stanley and Van Ness 9. Noes None. Absent Holliday, Howard and Hughes 3 Plans, soecif ications and estimates of the city engineer for paving-during the year 1907 were presented as rouows: Toneka ave.. from north line of Hunt lngton ave. to south line of Euclid ave., 84.K0S.90. ' i .; . . ' . ' West st. from south line of Ninth st. to the north line of 10th St., S2.935.39. Vef- Kt from jmnth line of Fie-hth st. to the south line of Ninth "st., $3,479.24. West St. from south line of Seventh St. to the north, line of Eighth St., $2,7ol.27. West st. from .south line of Sixth st. to th south line of Seventh St.. $3,690.65. Allev west of Tooeka ave. from soutn curb line of Eighth st. to the north curb line of Ninth at.. $2,853.43. , . : Allevs west or Jackson St. rrom nortn curb line of Fourth st. to the south curb line of Third St., $1,772.33. Alley west of Jefferson st. from south curb line of Fifth st. to the north curb line of Sixth St., $2,442.01. Madison st. rrom soutn line or xentn st. to the south line of Eleventh St., $3,- 990.29. Jefferson st. from tne nortn line or Fourth st. to the north line of Third St.. t3.725.78. West seventn sr. rrom west line or to- peka ave. to the east line or Tyler St., $1,793.04. Lincoln st. from south line of Sixth st. tn the south line of Seventh St.. $3,733.79. Lincoln St. from south line of Seventh st. to the north line or pignut st., v 877.70. Kansas ave. from north line of Para- more st. to the north line of Garfield St., $4,515.54. Kansas ave. from north line or Saywell st. to the nortn line or raramore St., a, ssn on. Kansas ave. rrom nortn line or kjous st. to the north line or Saywell st,. $4,- 717 Si Kansas ave. rrom nortn line or mistier St. to the north line or k.ious St., 4,uee.94. Kansas ave. from north line of Fair- child st. to the north line of Klstler St., 1451558. Kansas ave. rrom norm line oi uoraon St. to the north line of Fairchild St., $4, 407.01. . ' rvntrai ave. rrom nortn line or "arx st. to the north line of Morse St., $3,- 828.67. Central ave. from north line of Morse st. to the north line of Grant St., $3,- 828.67. Central ave. rrom nortn line or isoroon t. to the north line of Park St., $3,- 825.69. . Central ave. rrom nortn line or St. jonn st. to the north line or uarrieia St., IJ,- 8.21. Central ave. from north line cf Grant st. to the north curb line of St. John St., $3,555.72. Central ave. from north line of Garfield St. to the Soldier creek bridge, $2,617.86. Central ave. rrom nortn line or CJameia st. to the Soldier creek bridge, $2,641.48 Opntral ave. from north line of Grant st. to the north line of St. John St., $3,- 6S2.69. Central ave. rrom norm cum nne or Gordon st. to the north line of Park St., $3,852.29. Central ave. rrom norxn line or iviorse st. to the north line of Grant St., $3,852.98. Central ave. from north line of Park st. to the north line of Morse st., $3,916.18. Central ave. rrom nortn line or sr. jonn to .the north line of Garfield St., $3,- 255.58. Kansas ave. from north curb line of Gordon st. to the north curb line of Fair child St.. $4,384.21. Knui ave. from north line of Fair- child st. to the north line of Klstler st,, $4 804 97 Kansas ave. from north line of Klstler st. to the north line of Kious St., $4, 149.94. Kansas ave. rrom nortn line or itious :. to the north line of SayweU. St., $4,- 676.26. .... Kansas ave. rrom nortn line or saywell st. to the north line of Paramore st.; $4,- 557.46. Kansas ave. from north line of Para more st. to the north Una Of Garfield St., S4. 490.55. 1 The above plans, specincations ana es timates were approved by the following vote: Aves Blakeiy. Horn. Howe. Jor dan, Kutz, Lannan, Montgomery,- Stanley, and van jess a. iiora ooo. Acsem Holliday, Howard and Hughes 3. The following resolution was introduced was introduced by Councilman Jordan: Resolved. That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city to re curb where necessary North Kansas ave nue from the north end of the Melan arch bridge to the north line of Gordon treet. excepting tnereirom said North Kansas avenue from the north line of Railroad street to the north line of Nor ris street. On motion of Councilman Horn the resolution was adopted by the follow ing vote: Ayes Blakeiy, Horn. Howe, Jordan, Kutz,. Lannan. Montgomery, Stanley and Van Ness 9. Noes None. Absent Holliday, Howard and-Hughes 3. Communication relative to petition ror sidewalk .on north side Eleventh street, from Qulncy street to Kansas avenue. was presented, reaa ana reierrea to LEGAL. Streets and walk rnmm!ttp. Mayor Green appointed the following parties as appraisers in connection with the paving to be done during the year f?i: J. Buck, Peter Heil, J. tt. ivyaii VV m HnAMnn Dnh... Pihard. Cvrue Corning. J. H. Knuire. riav Bowen and L. T. Gage. On roll call the appointments were coniirmed by the touowin - Aves Rlakalv- Un.n 1 1 A.,. .Tnrdan. KutX. Lannan, Montgomery. Stanley and Van oa . . .. joes . one., aobcui, dav. KnwgH an 1 1 1 in ii.n SL The following resolution presented by Councilman Jordan was on motion or Councilman Hnwa arinnted. Resolved Hv t . mttvnf and citv coun cil that the city clerk be and he hereby is instructed to advertise for three days in the official city paper for bids for grading, rolling.-paving nd curbing the streets hereinafter named, and for the ins and sewer pipe for connections, all bids to he on file with the city clerk by five o'clock p. m. June 20th. 1907, said Streets heincr nn frkll,wa- Kansas -ave. from north line of Gordan St. to north line of Garfield st. Central ave. from north line of Gordon st. to bridge over Soldier creek. West t. from south line 6th at. to north nne or loth ave. Lincoln st. from south line of 6th St. to north linfl, rr Wth avo' Seventh st. from the west line of To peka ave. to east line of Tyler st. Topeka ave. from north line of Hunt ineton ave. to smith line of Euclid ave. Madison st. from south line of 10th ave to eolith Un r.f nth ct Also for paving alley bounded by Fifth st. on tne nortn, jetierson st. on. tne mm.. Sixth ave. on the south and Madison st. on t hp wnt' Also alley bounded by Eighth st. on the north,, Tyler st. on west. Ninth St. on soutn and ropeka ave. on tne easi. Also allev hnnnrlerf hv Sd St. on north. Van Buren st. on the west. 4th st. on the south and Jackson st. on the east. Also for paving Jefferson st. between Third and Fourth sts , The following resolution presented by councilman Jordan was on iiis owu mu tton flHnntMl - Resolved, That the city clerk be and he Is hereby directed to advertise for three days in the official city paper for bids for the laying of all sidewalks to be con structed during the year 1907, said, bids to be filed with the city clerk by five o clock p. m., June 2, iwi. Citv .n ,H n cpr', pRtimates for lay ing of sidewalks during the year 1907, and was - m-eHeriteri. read and On motion of CVmnoilman Jordan adopted by the f ollowlng vote. Ayes Blakeiy, Horn, Howe, Jordan, K-utz, Lan nan, Montgomery, Stanley and Van Ness 9; noes, none; absent, Holliday, Howard and Hughes 3. Plans and specifications of the city en gineer for laying sidewaks during the year ism, presented, read and adopted Dy the folowing vote: Ayes, Blakeiy, Horn, aowe, Jordan, Kutz, Lannan, .oionigom erv. Stanley and Van Ness 9: noes, none absent. Hollidav. Howard and Hughes 3. Councilman Howe moved that when council adjourn it do so it meet June 20, ixut, at eignt o clock p. m. cameo. An ordinance amending section 6 of or dinance No. 2596. approved July 27, 1905, relating to the waterworks department of the city of Topeka, and- repealing orirglnal section six of said ordinance, was pre sented, read and referred to waterworks committee. An ordinance creatine: sewer district No. denning the territory and establishing the boundary thereof providing for an en tire and complete system of sewerage in said district and providing tor a special assessment and issuance of bonds to pay for the construction of the sewer in said district, was presented, read and refrred to committee on sewers. An ordinance creatine sewer district No. , presented on June 3, 1907, and referred to committee on sewers, was reported back with recommendation that the ordi nance be passed. On motion of Council man Howe Rule 18 was suspended and the ordinance placed on final passage. Each section was read and on separate motion adopted. The ordinance being placed on final passage it was adooted by the following vote: Ayes: Blakeiy Horn, Howe, Jor dan, Kutz, Lannan, Montgomery, Stan ley and van iess ; noes, none; ausent, Holliday. Howard and Hughes 3. An ordinance amending section 12 of ordinance jso. H approved sepiemDer o. 1905. relating to the salaries or compensa tion of city officers and "employes of the city or ropesa, ana repealing said original section 12 of said ordinance was present ed, read and referred to ways and means committee. The following resolution presented by Counciman Howe was referred to the wavs and means committee: Resolved. Bv the mayor and council of tne city of xopena, mat rne city treasurer be, and he is, hereby directed to place In the general fund of the waterworks de partment all accumulated and accruing Interest earned by the several funds of said department. Councilman Lannan presented the fol lowing resolution which was rererred to committee on streets ana wains; Ha it resolved tv tne mayor and coun cil, that the street commissioner be and he is hereby instructed to remove, or have removed, any fences or other obstruc tions that mav be found in the alley bounded by Fifth and Sixth, and Madison anrt Monroe streets, tnat it may accord with the ordinance declaring it open tp the public. The folowing resolution was presented by Councilman Montgomery: iteSOlVea, lirai lilt, ma "I miu i;uuwi of thA fitv of Toneka. Kansas, deem It necessary for the health, welfare and best Interests of said city, that a sewer be constructed in the district or territory described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the intersection or tne cen to.. ilnA of Fillmore street with the cen ter line of First avenue; thence westerly along the center ne or irst axenue to the center line of Clay street; thence nntheriv alnna- the center line of Clay street to tne center line oi xmru at-reei; thence easterly along the center line of Third street to tne center nne or u liimore street; thence northerly along the center line of Fillmore street to the place of he ginning; In the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, Kansas, vjii run mh i cauu- tor, a Wonted bv the following vote: Ayes, ninii.iv Horn. Howe. Jordan. Kutz. Lan nan, Montgomery, Stanley and Van Ness B noes, none; hubcui, xiumua, .i and Hughes 3. No rurtner ousiness appearuin council adojurned. C. B. BUBGE, fFlrst published In The Topeka State juurntu Juno , Awi-i PROPOSALS. Office of the City Clerk, Topeka, Kansas, June 13, 1907. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 5 o'clock p. m. Thursday, June 20th,. 1907, for the construction and com pletion of all sidewalks- condemned. Also those that have been ordered by petition, excentine: therefrom such walks as to 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 be constructed In con formity with Ordinance No. 2625. approved July 27th, 1905, and the city engineer's specincations adopted by the mayor and council June 10th, 1907, and now on file In this office. .... Proposals to be made ror walks witn sand foundation and constructed with brick equal to the best Shawnee county vitrified paving brick. - . -The hrick used must be of a quality equal to the samples that the bidders wul deposit with the city engineer. Bidders roust state in tneir proposals tne price per square foot for walks six feet 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 anu acceptance of the city engineer or such other person as may be designated by him, and all of the work to be done under his general supervision and subject to the final in spection and acceptance by the mayor and council. All proposals for walks to be made on the basis of payments in sidewalk scrip of the city of Topeka, and the payment to be made as follows: One-half on January 1. 1908. One-fourth July 1, 1908. One-fourth on October 15, 1908. AH proposals must be accompanied by n certified check for $250, payable to the city of Topeka, as a guarantee that the party to whom the work shall be awarded, will enter into a written contract within five days after such award to perform the work within such time as the mayor and LEGAL. council may designate at the time or 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 bids. . ' Seal. C B. BURGH, City Clerk. First published In the Topeka State Journal, June 13, 1907. At a meeting of the city council held June lotn, 1907, the following resoiuuuu was nrpsjtintp.l ii ri i , 1 1 1 , 1 1 ,rl 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 De con structed in th riistrit or territory deacrib 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 line oi nrst avenue to the center line or cmy street th.nc. couth priv b loner the center line of Clay street to the center line of Third street; thence easterly along the center line or Third street to tne center line Of Fillmore afreet' thence northerly along the center lino of Fillmore street to tne piace of beginning; In the city oi J-u- enawnee countv, Kansas. VtnNTROMERT, I. C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka, hereby certify that tne above and foreging is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on me in my omen. Seal. C. B. BUKUE. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State journal. June 13, i9w.j At a meetlne- of jhe citv council held June 10th, 1907, the following resolution was presented and sdonted: Resolved. That the mayor and council of tne city or Tepeka deem It necessary ior the best interests of said city to recurb where necessary 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 or Kaiiroau street to the north line of Norris street. f!. K. JORDAN. I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka, SereDy certify tnat tne aDOve ana foreging is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on tile in my orrice. Seal. . - C. B. BURGE, . ' . City Clerk. rFirst published In The Topeka State Journal June 13, iao,.l . PROPOSALS. ' ' Office of the City Clerk, Topeka, . .; June 13th, 1907. Kan., Sealed proposals will be received at this office until a o'clock p. m. Thursday, June 20th, 1807, 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. JefXer son Rt. from Third st. to Fourth - St.; Madison st. from Tenth ave. to Eleventh St.; Lincoln st. from Sixth ave. to Eighth ave.; West st. from Sixth ave. to Tenth ave.: Seventh st. from Topeka ave. to Tvler at the allev 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 the alley west of Jackson st. from Third st. to Fourth et. 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. Pror-osals 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 5 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 Individ 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 ousiness under a given name and style as a rirm. The nlace of residence of every bidder with county and state must be given af ter his signature, . which must be written in run. Proposals should be addressed to the city clerk, city of Topeka, and Indorsed "proposals ror grading, curoing and pav iner 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 citv clerk, and under tne directions or tne city engineer. (Seal. J J. a. BUKtiK, city clerk. First published in The Topeka State journal June , jwi.j The State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss.: , - - PUBLICATION NOTICE. r In the Supreme Court of the State of ivanaaa. The State of Kansas, on the relation of F. S. Jackson, Attorney ueneral. Plain tiff, vs. The Heim Real Estate Com- iny, a corporation, xeienaanc iso. To the Defendant. The Helm Real Estate Company: You are hereby notified that Ton have been sued in the Supreme Court of the state of Kansas, and that the petition 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 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 vou. 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 leges, liberties, franchises, powers, func tions, property, both real and personal, ho assumed bv the state of Kansas under the direction of the court; that a receiver be appointed ror tne purpose or taking possession of all of the said privileges, franchises and property, both real and personal owned or held by the defendant, or In which it has or claims any interest. and that such property be held by the re ceiver, subject to tne oroer or tne court, and that upon the final determination of thla 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 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, 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- lendant, rrom removing any or tne prop erty belonging to said defendant fixim 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. H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge of all the property within the state cf said company, and directed to hold the same to iiwait 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 it. isui.j NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received for the con- LEGAL. struction of the gymnasium practice rooms of the proposed gymna.tium at Ba ker university, Baldwin, Kansis, on Wed nesday, June 26th, 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 case of contractor not beini known to the committee a certified check must be pre sented: MACHINE SHOPS. MOWERS ground, factory process. 75c Tel. 503. Harry B. Howard. flO Kan. ave. PAVIKQ. CAWTAL ClTlf VITRIFIED HRICK PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th St. Mfgrs. OS buildin. paving and sidewallr brick. FLORISTS. .UOMli; OJnOWN C U X i-U)WiiK3, lloral designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayes, 107 W. 8lh (. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow ers, plants, designs, decorations. 106 W. Eighth. Tel. 37, Greenhouse lith and Moo. HUBBARD'S Cut flowers; blooming plants. Ind. phone 42. BJ0 Kansas ave. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MiKCHAMB' 'lCAJs bi KK tt UiuHAud Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. Ian. Clarence Skinner. Cii Qulncy st. ATHERTON BROS. Office 216 East 6th. Both phones 998. Moving and storage. All klnd goods packed, stored and for warned to any noint in united Htatei. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. UOWi.nU & KKAKNS. contractors aod builders. Job work carefully done. La W. 7th. Phone 2653. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved his shop to 728 Jackson at. Ind. phone 1244. FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS. tUUNDKHS, machinists and pattern makers. Topeka Foundry, 818. ku and 822 Jackson st. Both phones 499. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HALL JKVKINR Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan of $2,500. Must be city property. 43t Kan sas ave. ' Phone 1577. PATENTS, saa ave., Topeka. 25 TEARS' experience. Advice free. E. -A. Wegener, solicitor of patents. 609 K. ave. R. O. RHOAUK3, M. L. .Files Buvcuumt. 732 Kansas avenue, Ind. phone 4a Hours 10 to 12; 2 to 5; 7:30 to 8:30. IDA C. BARNES. M. 13. Office 728 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Bota phones 18 residence and Ind. 1318 office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, with private hospital. Office G31 Kansas ave. THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR. DR. ACKLEY, the Woman Doctor. Junction bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. ' 818 SANITARIUMS, CHK1STS HOSPITAL COTTAOBd for the care and treatment of nervous in valids, alcohol and drug habitues and .mil, asco ui uiciiLixi uttrtmgcnieni. y . Lindsay. M. D., 829 K. A.. Topeka. Kan. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per sonal security, household goods, typewnt era. W. E. Seguing. 413 K. A. Both phones. MONET TO LOAN on City property, also personal property. Tou can pay back by the week or month. Topeka Invest. . ( T X, , . - o I - . , Weill oc uwu nuviu, iw , , cue uioujt. MONET to loan on personal property, payment $1.25 week will pay off loan In 25 weeks. G. H. Flintham, notary pub lic. 906 E. 4th st. Either phone 977. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or- . gang, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. 523 Kan. ave. - IilVERY BARN. O. N. BRAY has purchased the livery sta- uits Lviiiitsiiv uHiieu i ' v nun at wjn ' v . 8th ave., and will be pleased to retain the present patronage and greet his old cus tomers again. "WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. Ju8 Kan sas ave. Phone 80s. STALLIONS. ARKNA, 2:11. champion Kansas trotter, at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Belt phone 762. R. I. Lee. VETERINARY SPRGEOyg., J DRS. YOUNG BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons, 4'ifi Qulncy st. tsoin pnones. PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. E. Lutes. 511 Kansas ave. ind. pnone 13.J. JIORSESHOEISG WE have opened up our - horse shoeing shop at 517 Qulncy; have employed a good horseshoer from K. C. and we guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give him a trial. W. T. and W. 8. Lawless. JCNTJtERTAKERS L. M. FEN WELL, funeral director and embalmer. t lrat class service, reason able prices. 511 Qulncy st. Both phones 14. G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's temple. 621 Jackson st. ynones 148. MISCELLANEOUS. , DYE AND CLEANING WORKS DYE AND CLEANING WORKJ DYE AND CLEANING VVOKKJ This is the only dry cleaning house In this city. Ladles' and gentlemen's clothing - cleaned ilk new. Give us a call. PRONES 967. 820 Kansas -Ave. ROEDIGER & SON. ROEDIGER BON. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAIDEN. Jeweler nnd OdU- clan. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted.