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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOUBNAL-FEtDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1907.
11 Oxford For Saturday in Our Economy Men's Oxfords ioo Pair Assorted Kinds all good styles The leathers are Cadet Calf, Vici Kid, Patent -I Leather and Tan. O 0 9 8 On sale Men's Vici Kid Ox fords, Blucher style. Cap toe Men's Vici Kid Oxfords Medium toe Heavy sole Men's Canvas Shoes and Oxfords Confederate Gray df 50 and Diced Duck p 1 Boys' of same Sl.OO Just Received Today Another big shipment of Women's Oxfords of Pat Colt, Kid and the Popular Tans. $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 The Big Store To Remove Freckles Q Pimples la Ten Days, Use J J i auiauia CREAM, new dis covery, sold under a positive guarantee, and money refunded if it fails to remove freckles. "Si tan, saftowness, collar fuscoiorauons, DIID - heads and eruptions of the skin, no matter of how long standing. Ordinary cases in 10 dars. the worst in 9u days. Leave the skin clear, soft, healUajr and beantlful. No possible barm can result from its use. Endorsed by thousands of grateful ladies. COe. and 91-UO by leading druggists or mail. NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tanri, Bold by Gatlin Drug Co.. Fred Snow and other druggists. TOPEKA CHAUTAUQUA Garfield Park, July 15-24 CAFT. KICIIAUD P. MOBSOJ And 12 other eminent lecturers KILTIE'S BAND And 5 other great musical attractions. -BESIDES- 10 lectures on Art, 10 lectures on Bible Study, 10 lectures on Science. 65 hours of Instruction, Enter tainment for $2.00. Children under 12 half price; single admission 25c. Special rates on all railroads. Season tickets at Stansfteld's and nu merous other places. HOMES! PAYMENT PLAN Three Examples Oakland 7 rooms. 3 lots, gas, new roof, newly papered, Oakland ave., $1,300. 127 Arter ave., 7 rooms, good repair, newly painted, 3 lots. $1,250. Wlnfield ave., 8 rooms. This is ex tra good, $1,550. These houses could not be built for half more than we are asking. Let us show them. Shawnee Agency 634 Kansas J- Ind. 'Phona 60S REWARD Notice Is hereby given to the public that a reward of $2,500 is offered by the Citizens State Bank of Topeka, for the arrest and conviction of the thief in III) 61UIC ItUUUL lfUIH I II M KM I ( 1 oank, on or about the 13th .day of May, 1907, or ror the return of said aioney. This reward is supplemented y the additional sum of $1,250 each, by Peter Smith and E. S. Gresser, making the total reward so offered 15,000. R. NICHOLS, Vice Pres. PETER SMITH, E. S. GRESSER. EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period, it i. paid off. The only sure way for most people. Wo can assist yon. Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 534 KANSAS AVE. L, M. PEN WELL Undertaker and Embalmer. 811 Qulacy Straofc. Both Phonos 192 Ota N. Ray. Assistant. J3 v- Specials Basement $2J .S1.&S SI. 48 715 Kans. Ave. ARE GOIXG AFTER BIGS. Dr. F. H. Snow and Party Will Secure Specimens for K. f. Lawrence, Kan., June 21. Dr. F. H. Snow of the University of Kansas and a party of assistants have left for Pata gonia, Ariz., to collect insect specimens ror ine museum of the university here. The party consists of Dr. Snow, Prof. Bumgardner, Eugene Smith of Topeka, ana two students, Mr. Robinson and Mr. arragher. The party will be gone six weeks. Last summer a similar period was spent in Southern Arizona, the result being the addition of about 20,000 specimens to ths museum here. For twenty-five years Prof. Snow has been making these trips to various corners of the earth, each trip resulting in the addition of many specimens and the discovery of a num ber hitherto unknown insects. The us ual number secured is 10,000 each trip. Patagonia is an insignificant station on the Southern Pacific In the extreme southern part of the territory. It is aoout midway between Nogales and Tombstone. From there the party will go by wagon to some range of moun tains not determined upon and pitch camp. They will return to Lawrence about August 1. BONDSMEN ARE SUED. H. C. Lindsey and J. W. Tliurston Must Pay. H. C. Lindsey. bondsman for John Lloyd, alleged Jointist, and J. W. Thurston, bondsman for Sam Lieber- man, junk " fence, have each been sued in district court for the amount of the bonds involved. Last February I Linasey signea tne auu Dona or Aioya, I wno was cnargea witn selling liquor at i ine oia jviauer iJiat-c. .uiuyu xaiitju lu put in an appearance, and the bond was forfeited. ThuiBton was on the Lleberman bond for $2,500, and the Hebrew Junk thief escaped after he had been con victed and before his sentence had been pronounced. He has been conducting a "fence" where stolen junk was pur chased, and also made a business of teaching small boys to steal brass, lead pipe and other material of the kind. WAGON LOADS OF CANS. Street Commissioner Snyder Has Trouble In Finding Dumping Place. "Cans, cans, cans," said Frank Sny der, street commissioner today. "We have hauled 471 wagon loads of them already and there are about 120 more wagon loads of them still to be hauled. I never saw so many. The' last time we did clean up the alleys and try to get rid of the tin cans we hauled away some 300 loads. The greatest trouble comes in trying to dump them. Nobody wants them. If we find a big hole somewhere and try to dump them in the people all start to kick. There is nothing unsanitary about a tin can and I don't see why they want to ob ject o much. The tanks of the creeks, the draws and all of the vagrant gul lies with a radius of three miles of the city have been given a tin can lining." This Year". Ideal Vacation Trip. Pennsylvania Lines excursions to Jamestown exposition (Norfolk) daily via New Tork and steamer down the Atlantic; via Philadelphia and "Cape Charles Route," including steamer trip across Chesapeake Bay via Old Point Comfort (Fortress Monroe): via Baltimore and Washington. Steamer from3altlmore down the Potomac river and Chesapeake Bay; rail through Richmond, or steamer down Chesapeake Bay from Washington; also via Columbus over the only all rail route from St. Louis. Privilege of going one route and returning- an other, with stopovers for side trips to Atlantic City and seashore resorts and to resorts in New England at small ex tra cost. For details write D. B. Steeg, T. P. Agt., 2 East Eleventh t., Kansas City Mo. Let us sell you your stock of fire works. We can save you the freight which is 58c ner 100 pounds from Kansas City. COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. I I JS f airs. unaries u. warciln will crlve a. I dinner tonight for Miss Winifred Had- ley and Mr. Walter Davia. whose mar- I rlage takes place next week, and the I IP YOU NEED any help in your busi members of the bridal Dartv. Invita-1 ness address H. B care Journal Atfo uuiia nave ueen exienaea to aiish jviar- i garet Johnston, Miss Pearl Givens, MlSS .ToaiA 1tiirH11r tt Vanoaa P!t Miss Winnie Barnes of Wichita. Miss Santa Waters, Miss Ethel Hadley, Miss irii it.ji .i ' j, Vr WaiiVH i i DXacey " a y' ?l S Halm. Mr. George Allen, iuiira Darues 01 icuita miu air. waiter uavis. Mrs. H. W. Seerv entertained In formally this afternoon a few of the friends, of Mrs. J. H. Noble who leaves next week for her future home in Atchison. With a pavilion dance, the Golden 1. 1 Lt M BUIlUtll UC1U UdV. JLLl cream social for charity and a number ui picaius on Liie programme iur iuuay no wonder it rained. Miss Leona Curtis entertained small company of vounsr girls at lunch- eii r-7a Tiin laaoi tX-il Vermont enohe sTof the summer. Mrs. D. O. Crane and Mrs. W. R. Carrie gave a children's party today for Lloyd, Dorothy and Josephine Davis of Kansas City, who, with their mother, Mrs. A. W. Davia, are visiting at the Crane home. On account of the weather the Onldpn Rule club's field dv exer- I cises at Vinewood today were post- Ijoned.- The S. R. was once sent to the house of a woman who takes herself ve: y seriously and who. in her efforts to keep up with a successful husband, has cultivated a stiff and forbidding man - ner which she mistakes for aristo - cratlo. She came into the reception hall to meet the S. R. and learning her errand dismissed ner nauenuiy . witn the assurance that she "disliked news- paper notoriety ana cuant care to have her name in the society column." ine a. t. snouia nave oeen crusnea to the earth but the dazzling effect of the woman's granaeur was consmeraoiy aiminisnea py me iact mat, jusi nav - ing come from the Dreakrast room, she had a toothpick in ner moutn. ine S. R. is easily awed by grandeur but, Goodness aiei a reneci xuay wun a toothpick in her mouth! Mrs. William F. Bowen gave a breakfast today for Miss Winifred Hadley and the girls of her bridal par- ty. Pink ana wnite sweet peas aeco - rated ine tapie. JM.rS. A. J. DUUUU EttVts oil luai afternoon yesteraay ior ner mouier.i Mrs. Aherns. of Chicago. a Mrs. Robert Stone will entertain the Oon Saure club at luncheon at her countrv home Saturday. The mem bers of the club are Mrs. George i. Moore, Mrs. William Taylor, Mrs. J. C. Smith. Mrs. Eugenia Campbell, Mrs. v.. J. Whitaker. Mrs. C. E. Eldrldge. Mrs. F. M. Crosslev, Mrs. D. H Mar tin. Mrs J. B. Hunt. Mrs. J. S. West, Mrs. H. L. Peppmyer, Mrs. .T. H. Mitchell. Mrs. J. L. Moneypenny, Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough, Mrs. T. J. Hankla, Mrs. J. L. Hunt. Mrs. C. E. Morton, Mrs Alden Knapp Mrs. Charles F. Spencer gave an in- t-'ii1 VTJr .F . 11U11I1CJ OllU .tuievo ,.u wwwas. Palatine, 111. Miss Ella Cowgill gave a breakfast yesterday to the following guests: Miss Mary Louise Zanone, of Nashville, Tenn., Miss winnnrea 'A raver, fie Crannell, of Kansas City, Miss Daisy I Nell. Miss Ora Moneypenny, Miss Jen nie Moneypenny, Miss Myrtle Whitaker and Miss Ruth Steritt. Mrs. William RIckenbacher and Miss Grace RIckenbacher have issued Invi tations for a reception Monday after noon in honor of Miss Frances Smith, whose marriage to Mr. William RIcken bacher is to take place next week. Miss Anna Harrison gave a luncheon yesterday for tne gins or ner sunaay i school class. I I Dr. violet cnurcn win entertain ai- i urday afternoon for Mrs. wilder or tsos- ton, who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walker. The Ramblers' club lawn picnic at the home of Mrs. W. J. Lewis tonight has been postponed until Monday night. The Helianthus club will give a sub- scriDtion dance at Vinewood park to night. A special car will leave the cor ner of Eighth avenue and Jackson street at 8:16. Notes and Personal Mention. Miss Mary Jane Johnson of Kansas City is expected tomorrow to visit Miss Helen Smith. Ansa Koxaiena joniwon oi uaswai- i omle. who has been visiting in ort Leavenworth, is the guest of Miss Nellie Miilspaugh for the Helianthus dance at vmewooa xomgni. 1 ST I 1T1$ V.-V. XJ A rv-m VttrtmAa I City is expected tomorrow to stay over Sunday with Mrs. James Hayes. She will be accompanied by her little niece, Al lene Bowie, who will visit the Miils paugh family at the Bishop's house. Miss Edith Dumont of Kansas City, guest of Miss Venice Whitney and Miss Daisy Warner will return home tomor row. Mrs. Frank Banks of Lawrence is the guest of Mrs. H. A. Heath Mr. W. G. Smyser is confined to his home, 822 West Eighth street, the result of a sprained ankle. Mr. W. W. Stahl left today for his home in Sterling to spend the summer. He will return to Topeka in August and will be manager of the Washburn foot vivers Times More Surface Dries in 10 Minutes hlsnotnlnrllkean enamel, bat Is very tola and very Mack. 6-6- "aataiip" rust a. water do alt. Co D. H. Forbes, Wolf Bros., W. E. Cul ver, Coughlin H'ware Co., Griggs & Mo&-avcenxiy-. ; 4 liD MISCELLANEOUS ADS .VAJ(TFI SITUATIONS. WA3JTED SIAtB HELP. xvArtrrC''. 1 I T I WANTED Men to shm to R. R. shoos. farm "Mds 125 month, farm couples man and wife cooks, house man. Capital i lupioyment Agency, 8ii Kansas ave. WANTED Farm hand and wife, both woraers: everything furnished or not. as required. Bell phone 39922 rings. WANTED Good house boy for general "wus worn, val fiarnson at. WANTED Iron moulders to know that uie strike is still on in Topeka. I Wi VTt'Ti ., I. .. . iawn and garden, forenoons only, at i out xopeaa ave. I - I WANTED Married farm hand, small al laml'v- Bell phone 39932 rings. hu team again next year. Coach 11, "h? inJP wl" Misa Ruth Collins, of Riverside. Calif.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. c. H. Matson. Mrs. M. C. Inlow and Mrs. J. M. Hart and Miss Helen Willetts of Hill City are guest, or Mr. ana Mrs. Carey Hart. Mrs. H. L. Dwelle has returned to her home in Emporia after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wooding, sot van Buren street. Miss Kate Harriman of Kansas City j arrived today to visit Mrs. E. R. Taylor I wno witn Mrs. .crank TTipp, will be at I noon of June 27th. I Mrs. Kate Darling and daughter of I Spokane, Wash., are the guests of her I mother, Mrs. Sprague, 817 Claystreet. 1 Junction City Tribune: Mrs. 1 Martha Roark returned last night l from Topeka where she had I been visiting. She was accompanied i nome by M. E. Roark Mrs. I Towne of Topeka is the guest of her i mother, Mrs. 8. W. Clark. I Atchison Globe: Miss Minnie Joray i will give a picnic at Forest park to- morrow afternoon to twentv-four i girls. In honor of her guest. Miss Dim iple Fulton, of Toneka Miss Ruth Brown left today to i spend the summer in Colorado springs with her aunts. Miss Rosamond and Miss Mayme Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilbur left today for their future home in Boston. Miss Alice Lakin has returned from a visit to Mrs. B. W. Crancer of Leav- enworth. i Mr p T Bonebrake has returned from Excelsior Sorlnes. Mr. XT XT T -wAT-r-i f a 4a irtcH lrx fn C I Una Mrs. David Gossett and her son. Wll lard, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. li. A. Tice in Arkansas City. Miss Louise McLellan and Miss Charlotte McLellan have gone to Portland, Me., to spend the summer. Mrs. H. A. Perry and her daugh ters left yesterday for their summer home on the Massachusetts coast. Miss Anna McKeeT and Miss Jose phine McKee are spending a fortnight In Chicago. Miss Nellie Rukk returned to In dependence yesterday after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Harmon, Mr. So lan H. Rugg of Chicago, who was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Harmon, left yesterday. theTr llugntersV Grace anj Judge and Mrs. A. W. Dana and Marian and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bower went to Strong City today to fish. Miss Efrie Crannell. who was the guest of Miss Ora Moneypenny, re turned to Kansas City today. miss Anna Ruder or Leavenworth is the o-et of her xUter Mr. w H Al. ' " Miss Grace Koontz went to St. Jo seph today for a week. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morton and Mr. ana jvirs. i. Li. reppmyer have re turned from a trip to Lake "View. which they made in the Peppmyer car. Miss Catherine Bodwell is spend ing a week in Kansas city. Miss Letitia Lamb of Wichita is in town. Misses Effie and Lola Graham are at home at 829 Lane street Miss Myrtle Gill of Carbondale re. turned to her home today after week s visit in Topeka. EflST10Pl(AliQTE5l Mr. Harry Horn is slowly improving alter a severe illness or ten days. If you cannot afford to smoke 10c ci gars the J. R. S. cigars will give you the same satisfaction. Mrs. A. J. Bevette and daughter.Emo- gene, 422 Green street, spent the day yesterday with Mrs. O. Clarke of 1029 iawrence street. Mra- Dobbs and children, Virgal and CecUf of 230 Chandler street, will leave tomorrow for southern Miasniiri-ro visit wUh relatives. "7 T '" the guests of relatives and friends, re turned home today. Mrs. L. Hammond and Mrs. Al Mo Murtrie spent the day Wednesday in Kansas Cty, the guests of Mrs. Ham mond s Bister, Mrs. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Newland left yesterday afternoon for New Tork City and different points in Canada on an ex tended viBit for the benefit of Mr. New- land's health Mr. Z. T. Jolley, of Osceola, la., and son. Mr. Jas. Jolley. of Ossawatomle. Kan., arrived last evening to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jolley and family of 235 Chandler street, for a few days. Mrs. J. R. Stltt, of 232 Chandler street entertained the quilt committee of the Mistletoe club yesterday afternoon at her home. Those present were Mrs. Chas. Barry, Mrs. Barnett, Mrs. Grant Burdett, Mrs. Wm. Barker, Mrs. Chas. Chadwlck, Miss Hasel Still, Miss Mae Barbee and Miss iuva stltt. The future home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Proseer presents quite a comical appear ance. The happy couple were married Tuesday evening and will return this evening. Their friends in their absence have been busy decorating their home with old shoes, banners and flags of every description. They will reside at 616 Chandler street. Our prices on fireworks are as low as Kansas City prices, ' and we save you the freight. OOUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. (Wholesalers.) kaMW avenue. W A NT ED Farm hand; must - be good milker. Inquire of KIdd Bros., between ana n a. m.. Topeka Pure Milk Co. m ana jacKson sts. WANTED Combination chef. ITS month lhotel bakers. $50 month; second cook, $30 to $50 month: hotel heir, hotpl waiters Capital Employment Agency, Sll Kansas WiNTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED At house work. once girl 41S Polk St. for general WANTED Chambermaid at Holliday notei. Inquire 4th and Holliday sts. WANTED Dining room girl for Ogden Utah, 5 women cooks, lunch counter girls $30 month, house girls, inexper ienced girla trained for hotel work $30 month. Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED Competent girl for general nouseworic, 2 in family, uood wages. jurs. Unas, a: l nomas, izo4 xoneKa ave. WANTED 100 girls for eating houses, $30 xo montn, Doara. room ana pass; house girls, hotel maids, women cooks, hotel helD of all kinds for Tooeka. Can. Ital Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED SALESMEN'. wan l ED Salesman In city to secure purchasers of stock for a Topeka com. pany who has large inducements to offer. M. M., care Journal office. WANTED TCETiLAIfTgO'PS. WAN TEL? Veai calves ana fat cowa. H. M. Bush. lod. phone 3214. ul4 E. th St. WANTED Oasolirm cans to nalnt red at 10 cents each. The J. K. Jones Paint Co., sue Kansas ave. WANTED Good calves. $4.60 to $5.00 medium calves $3.60 to $4.00. Can use only good calves. Chas. Wolff Packing uo. WANTED To buy horse and covered Dugey. Horse must be young and sound a good free traveler, thoroughly city broken and with no bad habits. Describe fully. Kivinar nrice. Address L. G. T. Journal Office. OLD CLOTHES, shoes hats and over coats. Don t throw 'em away. I will call pay big prices for them. Gordon. 435 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1490. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, one ior light housekeeping. 502 Van tsuren, FOR RENT Pleasant furnished room, board. 212 W. Stti. FOR RENT 4 rooms for lleht housekeep ing, modern. J215 Clay st. Ind. phone 3062. FOR RENT S17 Monroe, furnished par lor with use of kitchen and dining room, modern. FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished rooms in strictly modern house. 4Zi Buchanan st. FOR RENT Good furnished room for gentlemen. Ind. 1150. 708 Topeka ave, FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern room. 710 West Sth St. FOR RENT 3 large partly furnished rnnmq. nil TYlrvnrn oonvenlence. line lo cation. Exclusive upstairs. Inquire 715 West 6th st. FOR RENT-510 W. 2nd St., 3 rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unfur nished. FOR RENT Upste.lrs pleasant furnished room, large closer, aiu vv . em su FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping rooms, downstairs, ti.aO. duo Adams st. FOR RENT 923 Kansas ave., 2 adjoining rooms, unfurnished, gas. Phones lb. FOR RENT 322 E. 8th St. Large cool, front room. Modern. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR. RENT 4 room cottaee. city water. gas. shade, fruit trees, grapes. 630 Mor ris ave. Ind. phone 9812. FOR RENT. Elegant new five room cottage, Ti,,fl(iT-n s-oori barn. 1304 Tvler St. all Eight room modern house, fine shade, Q12 Wft 7th st.. $25. Seven room, nearly modern, 1208 Kansas ave., $17.50. LUCAS & LAGERSTROM, 102 West 6th st. Ind. Phone 1490. FOR RENT 4 room house and barn. Call 220 Quincy St. iron BBNT-Mnrtern house, strictly mod ern cottage, cheap. Inquire 700 Lane st. fvh RENT 120S Jackson, modern six room cottage to permanent tenants. vacant July 1.- $24.00 per month. A. C, Kllngaman, 120 E. 6th st. . FOrt RENT Large brick house corner of th and Polk. Just the location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 711 W. th st. FOR SALK MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Good S-lnch tire MUburn waeron at Toneka Carriage Works, 8 .is Kansas ave. FOR SALE Rural route mail BOT' also piano. W. E. Sequine, 413 Kan, av. FOR SALE New Grand piano, best moire- will take TJorirht as part pay ment. All furniture for sale. House for rent. Ind. phone 4834. Call at reaidence. 1247 Fillmore. FOR SALE Good family horse, city broke, sound and gentle. F. O. Brown, 216 West Curtis street. North Topeka, FOR SALE Driving horse, rubber tired v, t - crwwl outfit: nhean. Watson's barn, 216 W. Sttf. FOR SALE 120 egg incubator, cheap; good condition. u. d. w., journal. THE BEST American mainsprings ror American watcnes ai jfTieaDerg s, ovi Kansas ave. . FOR SALE One Neveley new rubber tir. runabout ax jwawra bu FOR SALE Horse, wagons, carriage and household Kooae, inn ana neaaen ave. Tel. Ind. 8323. FOR SALE Cabbage and tomatoe plants. also alt alia nay. ueu iuoi uaaiano. jr. P. Peyton. FOR SALE Cheap, new No. S Underwood typewriter, noom s, uoiumDiaa Diag. FOR SALE 600 business car-Is for $1.2; 00 envelope. !.&; duo letter neaus n.ao. See them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kansas ave. FOR SALE First- class four-year-old cow. on central ave. roaa, ivi mnes north of Topeka. Ind. phone 4351. A. C. Merritt. OLD JEWELRY made new at Frled- Peres, but nanm ave. WATCHES cleaned and repaired at t Tied berg s, doi Kansas ave. FOR SALE Fine brood sow. Ridge ave. Herost. laa. pnone jno. asu. SECOND hand bicycles at bargain price.. $10 to $35. Best tires on earth xd.ou. it. M. Cross Cvcle Co.. 123 W. 7th st. MISCELLANEOUS. TOPEKA Scrap Iron St Fuel Co., highest Drice naid for discarded machinery. Write for prices. 3rd and Jackson. Topeka NOTICE We do upholstering from all carts of the state. Wa will do yours. Write us for Information samples. E. W. Melster Upholsterinx Co.. 1028 Lima st. Topeka, Kan. FOR ItENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Desk room 104 E. 6th. Daw son & Pierson. Ind. phone 1038. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. SOWaYOVRcSAScE. TO GET a black land farm, finest black land proposition ever offered. We only have a limited number of acres to oner ana they are selling fast. Write at once for a , booklet or call on ns. 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. Mocn & Co., lis E. 5th St.. Topeka. Kan. FOR SALE House, barn and two lots, 324 and 236 Lakest. Incuire first door north. A SUBURBAN HOME. Ten acres one block of car Une, fine cherry orchard, 8 room house, barn. granary,, elogant location, $4,700. BENEDICT & CO. .627 Kansas Ave. Both phones. FOR SALE Chea ner than building houses and lots 317. 319 and 333 Liberty street, .four to Bix squares only from new A. T. & s. 1. shops. Also nouses on Ohio and Sumner streets, Oakland. J, Thomas, 213 West 6th St. SPECIALS IN LOTS DOUTHITT PLACE. 1620 Harrison, V& lots, $500. 1520 Topeka ave., 2 lots, $900. 1534 Topeka ave., 8 lots. Want offer. 1600 Topeka ave., 2 lots, $600. 1521 Tyler. 2 krts, $450. 1608 Tyler, 2 lots, $350. 161S Tyler, 4 lots, each $176. 1521 Polk. 2 lots, $650. 1526 Polk, 14 lots, $350. ' 1fi1 Western. 4 lots, each $250. Manr others over the city. Let me show some of them to you. UAV1U Jj. JjAliirM. Ind. 1428. 113 W. 6th. FOR SALE The three best building lots In ToDeka. high terraced with stone wall front. Located at the S. W. corner of 6th and Polk sts. C E. l-iagerstrom. care Journal. 12 ROOMED HOUSB And ACRE of GROUND, old shade, barn, near Potwln. Immediate sale for $2,000, less than half cost; 1-3 to cash, or trade for rental property, or lease for a year verv fhpn H ouick ana see W. M. FORBES & CO., Agts., 107 W. 7th FOR SALE 42 lots In West Shorey. north or u. P. rounanouse, at xza eacn. or will trade; also 10 lots on 21st and Jefferson ets. $40 to $100 each. M. Heery, tel. 1235. GEO. U. NOBLE CO.. PJtAL ESTATE, LOANEJ, INSURANCE Bom. Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICR. First published in The Topeka State journal June , jsmi.i The State of Kansas. Shawnee County, as.: . . FUBLICATION NOTICE. In the Supreme Court of the Stat, of Kansas. The State of Kansas, on the relation of F. S. Jackson, Attorney General, Plain tiff, vs. The Heim Real Estate Com pany, a corporation. Defendant No. 151SS. To the Defendant. The Heim Real Estate Company: You are hereby notified that vou have been sued in the Supreme Court of the state of Kansas, and that the Detition filed therein egainst you charges that you have used, enjoyed and exercised the franchises and privileges of a comoratlon TVithin the state of Kansas without au thority of law, and that you have miss used the tame and vlo'uted the criminal laws of the state, and asks that you be ousted from the state of Kansas and from exercising said franchises and privilege and for the aDDOintment 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 Detore tne win aay or. juiy. imn. lude- 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 nlRe of all coruorate privileges. Itbertips. 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, be assumed by the state of Kansas under the (lirention of the court: that a reoelver be appointed for the purpose of taking possession oi an me saia privileges, franchises and DroDerty. both real anri personal owned or held by the defendant, or In which it has or claims any interest, and that such property be held by the re ceiver, subject to the order of the court, and that upon the final determination of this case, such disposition of said privi leges, franchises and such real and per sonal property be made as shall be Just and oroDer to secure and save the riehts of raid plaintiff and the Interest of all creditors ana tnira 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 nrODertv. You are further notified that on the filing of said petition, an order was issued Dy tne court restraining you, tne saia de fendant, from removing any of the prop erty Deiongmg to said aeienaant ri om tne state of Kansas, or from using the same in violation of the criminal laws of the state, and you are further notified that liarver. tieoree ti. wnitcomu. and S. H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge of all the property within the state of said company, and directed to hold the same to await the further order of the court. SeaLJ THE STATE OF KANSAS. Plaintiff. Attests By F. S. JACKSON, Atty. Gen, D. A. VALENTINE, Clerk of the Supreme Court. CFlrst published In the Topeka State journal June iv, iwi.j NOTICE. Topeka. Kansas. June 19. 1907. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that we. the undersigned electors and freeholders of the city of Topeka. J. H. Squires, Clay Bowen and L T. Gage, have been' duly appointed by the mayor and council of said city a. appraisers under and pur suant to Ordinance No. 2767 of said city, approved Juno Sth, 1907, and published In the official paper of said city June 6th. 1907, and have duly qualified as such ap praisers, ana mat. saia appraisers will meet on the 2nd day of July, 1907, at 9 i ciock a. m. at tne corner or seventh treet and Smith street and Droceed to ascertain and appraise the actual value of the land proposed to be taken, and ssess the benefits derived and dam aires caused as by law provided by reason of the opening and extending the street as hereinafter bounded by Ordinance No. 2767. The boundaries of the benefit dis trict as fixed by said ordinance are as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the inter section of the center line of Seventh street with the center line of Branner street; thence westerly along the center line of Seventh street. to the. center line of Chestnut street: thence southerly along the center line of Chestnut street to the center line of Eighth avenue east; thence easterly along the center line of 8th ave nue east to the center line of Branner street: thence northerly along the-center line of Branner street to th place of be ginning. In the city of Topeka,- Shawnee county, Kansas. J. H. SQUIRES. CLAY BOWEN. L. T. - GAGE, Appraisers, i -Jt9TANT po UNO. f jo'iiZ??' " ZliT oum part or town, a gent s watch, silver case. Return to '128 Ltn coln for reward William Shourft. F2T:N"D-Time book of T. N. andW. R. R InaOuIreNA3npo0lkJsthn"Ires,t'n " in' LSior"rWni5I,ocktbook Money and mortgage. Return to 1523 N. Kansa. MACHINE SHOPS. Tel. Eos. Harry B. Howard. flO Kan! 75c ava. PAVING, PAVINrilW'1 BRICK A K.flii " A E. 6ih st. Mfsrs. at building, paving and sidewalk brick. FLORISTS. "denaJifii.CVfT WD floraj 5,-Spe?aI ltlentia given out-of. town orders. James .Hayes. Zu7 W. it ait. 'eS ET!' blooming plants, cut flow. Eiht tvi "'-"'ens. decorations. lu w. .igntn. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and MoaT H?nBR?'5 uCut lowers; bloom-pe plants. Ind. phone 42. 6tf Kansas aviC TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER A STORAOM gda "tX ,lp"r,d 'tores household Quincy tu Clarence Bklnner. 6U S?thRThON BROS.-Ofrlce 216 East sth. An kL".hS m- Moving and stora iJ?!2d." rood" packed, stored and for warded to any nolnt In United States. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. -i.4 1 VA L- L J t . , TrTTVrr' hniirfVr. t fyAtt-iSB, contractors and wllPhon. k .""""far Si contractor and builder. FOUNDERS, machinists and pattern makers. Tnn.ir. i..,,. , j -j .. 822 Jackson st. Both phoned 499. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM Halt, iumit.,. Expert examiner of abstract.. Legal p Km eciit.ei- Mlney loaned. Special loan or fi.ixM. Must be city property. 433 Kan sas ave. Phone 1677. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorn v. 42S K . n- as ave., Topeka. 2,1 YEARS' experience. Advice free. B. A. wagener. solicitor of patents. 609 K. ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. K. O. KHOADES. M. L. Pile HntcaJi.r 432 Kansas avenue. Ind. nhon. i& i j r. . 10 to 12; 2 to 6; 7:30 to :3dT IDA C BARNES, M. D. . OiTloe 726 Kansas nva. RnMrntoa teenth and Clav. Office hours: m 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. to 6 p. m. BotH phone. 18 residence and Ind. 1318 office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and disease. of women, with private hospital. Office 631 Kansas sva. SANITARIUMS. CHRISTS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervnua in valids, alcohol and druar habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. u mi say. m. lj.. sal n.. a.. TopeKa. Kan. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per sonal security, nuusenoia gooas, typewrit ers. W. E. Segulne, 418 K. A. Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can Day back by the week or month. Topeka Invest, ment & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property. cayrnent l.Zb week will nay off loan tm In 25 weeks. G. H. Flintham, notary pub lic, 906 E. 4th St. Either phone (77. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans. typewriters, household goods and personal seouritv. L. Blscoe. 523 Kan. ave. WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLIN: HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fin. tools. 706 Kan sas ave. Phone 806. Ji . 'i STALLIONS. ARENA. 2:11. champion Kansas trotter, at Exhibition halL fair arounda. Ball phone 762. R. I. Lee. . VETERINARY SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones. PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. E. Lutes, bit Kansas ave. ino. prion. JHRSESHETNG WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 617 Quincy; have employed a good horseehoer from K. C. and we guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give him a trial. W. T. and W. S. Lawless. UNDERTAKERS. L. M. PEN WELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 611 Quincy at. Both phone. 193. G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's temple. 621 Jackson st. Phones 14. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN, Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watohea, dia monds, silverware, eta. Eye. examined! and spectacle, properly fitted. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN LEAHY. Plumbing, Heating anil Ga. Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ Plumbing, Heatins; and Gas Fitting 219 W. Sixth St. Ind. 1079. FREE D IS FKNSARY "IOJR5b'sT. FREE DISPKNSARyT 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeona. Med ical service free. Medicine free in noma canes. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calls answered night or day. Ind. phone 8413. CTjAIRVaYJVNT H. B. GORDON. Trance, clairvoyant medium; tell, names, whom and when you will marry, what you called for, how to overcome trouble, in love, business or marriage: divorce, lawsuits, unites separated; causes mar riage quick; how to control, fascinate or Influence any one. I do all I advertise. See me first and save time and money, 510 Monroe St. &TCYCIjESAJnjjREPArRjrNG. uTTYCLCoTlirsTBighth. National & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Bupplies. repairs. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE Shares In good paying man ufacturing plant la Topeka, Address No. 2 care Journal.