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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOUENAIr-MONDAX EVENING,. JUNE 24, 1907.
0 THE NEW SCHOOL. HEADER. Now, Johnny, what Is a LegislatureT" . "Please, mom. bnt It la a body of men surrounded by the gas and other Trusts, aad Individual members are sometimes 'Tiered aa high aa (2,000 for their votes." "For what purpose does a Legislature assemble?" "To make laws with holes In 'em and -give taxpayers an idea that there la something doing." "Of what does a Legislature consist?" "Of a senate, a house, a lobby, a dosen lawyers, about $50,000 in cash end lota of gab." "What s Congresa?" "A larger body of men selected by the railroads and trusts and surrounded by more temptations than a Legislature.' "How Is it formed r "Of a senate, a house, unlimited boodle ind more or less prerogatives. " "What is a prerogative?" "Stealing government' land, whacking tp with rings, selling inside Information to speculators and heading off committees Ippolnted to Investigate the Beef Trust md the railroads." A Bararaln. The Nurse Yes, Willie, you have three new little 'brothers. The Kid Iluhf I s'pose they are cheaper wholesale! HE FOUND IT. lie was n stranger In town and on bla first visit to the Museum of Natural His tory. After wandering about for a spell he approached the director and said: "Sir, I observe that you have a mummy 7,000 years old In your collection." "Tea J" "I want to buy It." "But It Is not for sale." "Can't you stretch a point In my favor v and fix a satisfactory price?" "Certainly not. What on earth do you want of a mummy?" "Well, this Is my first visit to the city, and before I left home my wife asked me to bring her back a souvenir. I asked her what It should be, snd she said most any old thing. I think that T,000-year-old mummy Is old enough to flu the bill, and I wouldn't mind going as high as $15 If you'll pay the freight charges." JOE KERR. 1,- cw3gs' itiiii II ill iii T r 4 m m 'sue m sir w,w w jtik w , , tk ! a Sle Bsvat loner. Miss Verie Rich Am I the only girl yon ever lored? Hard Up Tea, dearie, yon are the first girl I could afford to love. "A Learlelatare Is m body of men arroDndrd by Trusts." "Correct. Johnny. Ton look pale and fired and yon may now take your seat-'" JOB KERR. : "I think a even-thonsa.n d-year- -old mummy la old enoaffn. If PS u fc liv era AND' MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS WAX MALK IJELP. WANTED Farm hand and wife, both workers; everything rurnisnea or nui, as required. Bell phone 33923 rings. bridge carpenters, farm nands, lam couples, laborers, combination chefs $7a . i. ... i . ..1 V.., 1, ...... anH 9ti ll rnoka. to 1W znu., i.vjvc tfott.o . : top wages, hotel help, waiter. Capital Employment Agency, an. WANTED Boy to pull weeds and hoe some. au ai .iui l ...... & o ciock p. m. WANTKU iiOOKKeepr imiiiu'i' ,vi " one acquaintea in city nrnicu. experience, references, salary -L. ii.. Jour nal. WANTED Good solicitors, steady work Capital Employment Agency. 811 Kan ave. WANTED Married farm hand, small family. ieu pnone ojra-s .n-. WANTED At once girl for general house work. 41S Polls, si. WANTED A girl or woman to assist with care of two children. Call at 903 Lane St. WANTED Good dining room girl. 127 W UlIJ 11WJ1, . . w . . - WANTED A nice young white girl to sist in housework. 1114 Quincy st. Gordon, North iopena. as- WANTED 100 girls for railroad eating houses 20 to montn . A"'lunoh pass; womtu " " on counter girls, $30 month; house girls all kinds of hotel help for Topeka. Capital . a Ol 1 X- - - a f) a a Vs Employment aechi """ WANTED Woman to do general house work, iamny oi xwo, ni V .'" be good cook. Apply Jno. E. Moons, 420 oionroe s;.. WANTED Competent girl for general housework. 3 in family. ,-o" , Mrs. Chas. J. 1 nomas, irt iuyen.. WANTED SALESMEN. purcnasers oi biuimi mi a. i-jw--" pany who has large inducements to offer, M. M., care Journal office. WANTED MTSCET ;T ANEOXT9. v Ars l t-u vei calves and fat cows. M. ji. Busli. Ind. phone Silt. lil E. th st. . . ... - v, iini ritv Kan., .ceieorai .... - -"'"mTth ana well aavenieeu. .nc . Hill City. ivan. nrMTFn (Inn rnlVM. S4.50 tO medium calves J3.50 to $4 00. Can use only good calves, unas. worn Co. SANTA FE NOTES Knlneer Link Galletv is working: on the Marcellne runs temporarily. Firpmnii Mitchell is running in the place of Fireman Murphy In the local pooL " . w tt Ramlltnn. master mechanic at Argentine, spent Sunday In Topeka with his iamny. c. T. McLellan. division superin tendent of the Santa Fe, Is in Topeka today on business. Fnirinppr Charles Barry is taking the place of .Engineer jonn. niBsms u-.m Kansas City plug. Switchman Claude Hudson has re turned to work after a short layoff on account of sickness. r-ondiir-tor Howes Is running on runs Nos. 109 and 110 In the place or con ductor Harry Griffin. T. C. Messic. night chief train dis. catcher at Emporia, was in Topeka Saturday on business. -Rusinesa Car No. 1 with a party of Santa Fe ofHcials stopped off in To- neka for a few hours today. Engineer James Thomas Is In iron Madison on account of business relat ing to the hospital at that place. F. A. Wilson of the stationery de partment went to Kansas City yester day to spend the day. He returned last night. Eneineer E. B. Jolley has returned to work on runs Nos. 5 and 6 between Topeka and Newton after laying off for a couple of trips. Ensrine No. 2202 was taken out on trial trip this morning by Engineer J. N Kelly. The engine will be assigned to' switching services in a few days. Fireman W. L. Davis has returned to work on runs Nos. 17 and 18 between Topeka and Newton,' after having been off for several days on a business trip. PTnirlineer William Katn went out on No. 113 this morning for the first time since he has been assigned to runs Nos. 113 and 114 between Topeka and Flor ence. . Engineer W. C. Sherman ana Con ductor Clint Coddington, were in charge n.f the excursion to Wichita yesterday. Over 150 tickets were Bold for the ex cursion. TrvineWellman.travellng road foreman of engines for the eastern division, was In Topeka over Sunday with his family. He returned to Argentine this morning on the plug. Conductor McCabe Is running In the place of Conductor Claude Hewitt on run . Nos. 119 and 120 between Topeka and St. Joseph, while the latter is lay ing off on account of the Illness of his wifa. Louis Hill of the telegraph depart ment, who haa been visiting In Wich ita for several days, has returned to Topeka. He will leave in a couple of days for Chicago -where he will spend the remainder of his vacation visit ing relatives. Eneineer Joe Davidson, who has been running on runs Nos. 113 "and 114 for some time, and who has been bumped off by Engineer Rain, will take one of the runs between Topeka and St. Joe, probably Nos. 105 and 106 and will bump Engineer James Thomas who holds the run. F. K. Frost. . electrical engineer of the Santa. Fe, accompanied by Harry Brooks of the United States Heat and Light company of r New York, will leave on No. 9 tonight for a trip to California and intermediate points where they will give demonstrations of the working of new electrical ap pliances to the electrical men along tu Una. WANTED MTSCKfcTyVNTCOTTS. TOPEKA Scrap Iron & Fuel Co., Highest price paid for ' discarded machinery. Write for prices. 3rd and Jackson, Topeka WANTED Gasoline cans to paint red at l'J cents each. The J- v. Jones Paint Co.. suo Kanaas ave. WANTED To buy horse and covered buggy. Horse must be young and sound, a good free traveler, thoroughly city broken and with no bad habits. Describe tuny, giving price.' Address L. G. T. Journal Office. WANTED Horse to keep for summer. ma. 7022. Ben S7S. OLD CLOTHES, shoes, '"hats and over coats. Don't throw 'em away. I will call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435 xvuusas ave. xna. pnone im FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, one lor nouseKeepmg. ouz van iiuren. FOR RENT 4 rooms for light housekeep ing, modern. J21o Clay St. Ana. phone 3U6Z FOR RENT Good furnished room for . gentlemen. Ind. 1150. 70S Topeka ave. FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern room. .10 west nth si. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms on first floor for light housekeeping, gas and water in Kitchen. 17 Monroe st. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, mod em house close In, housekeeping.Ind. 6772, FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms, o23 Van Buren street. FOR RENT 3 large partly furnished rooms, all modern convenience, fine lo cation. Exclusive upstairs. Inquire 715 West 6th st. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front rooms modern, for gentlemen. 701 Jefferson. FOR RENT Upstairs pleasant furnished room, large closet. 310 w. etn st. FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping rooms, downstairs, (.d. juo Adams st. FOR RENT 923 Kansas ave., 2 adjoining rooms, unrurnisneov gas. nones lb. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, city water. gas, shade, Iruit trees, grapes, wo jnor rls ave. Ind. phone 9812, FOR RENT S room house 1247 Fillmore. Inquire Strauss Agency. FOR RENT 1 room house and barn. Call 220- Quincy st. FOR RENT 5 room cottage at 122 Mon roe st. inquire at 31J yulncy st. FOR RENT o room house with hall, gas. well, cistern and barn. 129 Van Buren street. FOR RENT 1208 Jackson, modern six room cottage to permanent tenants, vacant July 1. $24.00 per month. A. C. mingaman. 120 tttn st. FOH RENT Large brick bouse corner of th and Polk. Just the location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 71S w. fTTh St. FOR nraT-TKCEIJaAJfEOm FOR RENT Basement between 8th and 9th. west side Kansas ave. Inquire at 410 Harrison. Ind. phone 1538 2. - FOR RENT Desk room. 104 E. 6th. Daw son & Pierson. Ind. phone 1038. FOR SALE MJSCELIiANEpUS. ' FOR SALE Rural route mall wagon. also piano, w, E. Beulne, 413 Kan. av, FOR SALE Prairie hay, slightly damag- : eo. at m cents pT mv. . ,w vy.-iutn st. FOR SALE Complete' set', of household FOR SALE Horse, harness, buggy and saddle, low Lime so . . .. , FOR SALE Strictly cash paying business wortn jsw. juick sale 3ib. investigate. Aaaress snap, care journal. FOR SALE Platform freight wagon, Jo oe seen at x ister s DiacKsimtn shop. v. it orris st. FOR SALE New Grand piano, best make; will take Upright as part pay ment. All furniture for sale. House for rent. Inu. phone 4iy54. call at residence. x-4i . mmore. . FOR SALE 120 egg Incubator, cheap good condition. "D. S. W.," Journal. THE BEST American mainsprings for American watches at Friedberg's, 607 Kansas ave. FOR SALE First class building brick. See A. A. Rodgers, 110 W. 6th st. FOR SALE Fine riding and driving pony gentle. Mrs. iemiey, 111 vv. ttn st. A SURE and riosltive cure for rheuma tism may be had at eauing at the home or Mrs. l-i. -VL. uavia, ijo uaKiana avB. FOR SALE One Neveley new rubber tire runaDout mi -- jhlhov.i - FOR SALE Horse, wagons, carriage and hOUSehOla goous, xm. aim Acuuui ate Tel. Ind. 3J23. FOR SALE At a bargain, 6 ton Fair- banK s scale, compice. xucna lu FOR SALE Cheap, new No. 5 Underwood typewriter, xuuiii vuiuiuuiau umg. FOR SALE 600 business car4s for $1.2S; GOO envelopes .S1.26; 00 letter heads $1.50. Be them: 1st class prlnttng at propor tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kansas ave. . . t -c.t 1 n c. f ntir-vpa r-old run. nVCT. .,, rn.rt 1U. milp cow, onv.' -r 7- north ot iopejia. C. Merritt. ' OLD JEWELRY made new at Fried- berg s, 60. lianiMs uvc. WATCHES cleaned and repaired at Friedbcrg s, mi n.an nvc. SECOND hand bicycles at .bargain prices, M. Cross Cvcle Co.. 123 W. 7th st. tOST AND FOPN1I. LOST On Vinewood car. 201 at 9 o'clock Sunday nignt iauy ymtwi. i.iuj ,1 w 113 E. btn ana receive 1 c m. t n-r. n nmafhtfft .-fltrinfiT n f - hfflds Please return, to. 323 Tyler St. Receive reward. LOST Pearl bar pin, - either on asylum car, 7th and Kansas aye., or Vinewood car. t 'lease leave at r, u. vj. omit. Reward. LOST Gold brooch, diamond and pearl setting, mone xnti. ww. ncwai u. LOST Brown pocketbook . Money and mortgage, iteturii iu iu..i .-t . . luunaB ave. Reward. W. M. Parsons. FOR SAM3 REAL ESTATE. OALhceToTsTSlCSJTu chanan st.. fine location. Shade. Price, J1.700. See owner, 1415 West 6th. . FOR SALE 640 acre farm and ranch for $10,000; $3,000 cash, balance to suit pur chaser at 6 per cent interest. For. par ticulars write Geo. W. Keys, Oberlin, Kan. GEO. 1L NOBLE tc CO., PAL- ESTATE, LQAN8, INSUFANCR Seme Special Farme and City Bargains. : 435 KAN. AVE. OP. POSTOTFICE. FOR SALE House, barn and two lots, i 324 and 236 Lake st. Inquire first door FOR SALE REATi ESTATE. 'LOOK HERE I have 2 nice residences here in Topeka which I must sell. Business Interests else where demand my leaving the city, and they must go. They will make nice homes or yield 10 and 12 per cent rental Income, are in good repair and will need no ex pense on them for at least 12 months. Will sell for all cash or give easy terms on part. If you want a nice home or a sale, profitable Investment without fool ing with agents, see these sure. Address "Mustgo," care Journal. FOR SALE Modern 7 room house,' fine for 2 families. $300. 421 Polk. Ind. 779-3. BARGAIN for sale west side. 1 acre, 3 room house, fine chicken yard, well, shade, $350. Part cash, balance 6 per cent. Bailey Bros Co. Ind. 990. 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 thev 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.. 116 E. 5th St.. Topeka. Kan. " 'I 1 ' ' . ' A FEW SAMPLE LOTS DOUTHITT PLACE 1527 Van Buren, VA lots, $800. - 1911 Harrison, 3 lots, $600. . - , " . . 1620 Harrison, 1 lots, $500. 1C25 Topeka, 2 lots. $800. 1616 Topeka, 2 lots, $700. 1600 Topeka, 2 lots, $350. 1534 Topeka. 3 lots. Want offer. 1520 Topeka, 2 lots, $850. 1418 Topeka, 4 lots, each, $850. 1425 Tyler, 1V4 lots, $500. 1521 Tyler, 2 lots, $450. ' 1608 Tyler, 2 lots, each, $175. 1521 Polk, 2 lots, $325. 1616 Western. 4 lots, $250. , CENTRAL PARK 1627 Buchanan, 4 lots, each, $450. 1700 Buchanan St., 3 lots. Want offer. WEST CLAY ST. 634 Clay st,, l'lot, $525. 613 Polk St., 1 lots, $1,250. E23 Western, 1 lots, $700. FOR SALE The three best building lots in Topeka, high terraced with stone wall front. Located at the S. W. corner of tith and . Polk sts. C. E. Lagerstrom, care Journal. - FOR SALE 42 lots In West Shorey, north of U. P. roundhouse, at $25 each, or will trade; also 10 lots on 21st and Jefferson sts. $40 to $100 each. M. Heery, tel. 1233. FOR SALE Cheaper than building; houses and lots 317, 319 and 333 Liberty street, four to six squares only from new A. TT. & S. F. shops. Also houses on Ohio and Sumner streets, Oakland. J. Thomas. 213 West 6th st. LEGAL. Published in The Topeka State Journal june 24, iyu,. ORDINANCE NO. 2773 i AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- tion o ot ordinance No. 2590, approved July 27, 1906, relating to the water works department of the city of Topeka. and repealing original section 6 of said ordi nance. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Coun- ciiiuen oi ine city oi XopeKa: Section 1. That Section A nf rii-lnnnA No. 2596. approved July 27, 1905. relating to the water works department of the city Topeka, be, and the said section is. hereby, amended to read as follows: Serv 6: EMPLOYEES. SALARIES. DUTIES. BONDS. There are hereby created the following official positions in the water works department; A superintendent at a salary of $150 per month; a secretary, cashier and bookkeeper, at a. salarv nf $100 per month; a clerk at a salary of $50 per month; a rhief engineer at a. salary of $100 per month and use of living rooms at pumping station: a second engineer at a. salary of $85 per month; four firemen, each at a salary of $55 per month; a fore man at a salary of $80 per month; a tap per and meter setter at a salary of $60 per month: a meter reader at a salarv of $50 per month; an assistant meter reader at a salary or $48 per month; a stenogra pher and bill printer at a salary not to exceed $40 per month; and two collectors, each at a salary not to exceed $35 per montn. And the board of water works trustees is hereby authorized to hire such other employees and servants from time to time as said board shall deem actually necessary ior tne proper erection, repair, extension and maintenance of said water plant; said board shall pay such wages to such employees and servants as are reasonable for the kind of work and la bor performed. The board shall appoint ine secretary, wno snail also act as book keeper and cashier, and the city treasurer shall be ex-oiflcio treasurer of the board. The board shall also appoint a competent superintendent, and all employees, ser vants and agents, when appointed bv said board, shall be under the immediate di rection, control and management of the superintendent of said plant. In making all appointments and hiring of officers. agents ana servants or tne city in tne wa ter works department, the board of wa ter works trustees shall have regard alone to relative capacity of applicants, their moral, physical and health qualifi cations and, when appropriate, their qual ifications for manual labor. No attention shall at any time be given to questions concerning political affiliations or relig ious opinions, whenever vacancies occur in the service the place so vacated shall be filled, if it can be done suitably, by promotions of employees In the lower grades of service, and no such officer, agent or employee of the city, appointed and hired by said board shall be removed from service except for incapacity, insub ordination or neglect of duty, or cases where their employment is only tempor ary and their services no longer needed. The secretary and superintendent shall each give a bond in the sum of five thou sand dollars ($5,000.00) to the city of To peka. to be approved by the mavor and council, conditioned for the faithful per formance ot tneir respective auties ana for a true and faithful accounting of all moneys that may come into their hands by reason of their positions. Sec. 2. Original Section -6 of Ordinance No. 2596. approved July 27. 1905. relating to the water works department of the city or xopeKa, is nerepy repealed. See. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after its publi cation in the official city paper. Passed tne council June a)tn, i07. Approved June 24th, 1907. ISeal.J . WM. GREEN. Mayor. Attest: C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. Published In The Topeka State Journal ORDINANCE NO. 2774 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- tion 12 of Ordinance No. 2626. approved September 6, 1906. relating to the salaries or compensation or city omcers and em ployees of the city of Topeka, and re pealing said original Section 12 of said ordinance. Be It Ordained- by the Mayor and Coun- cilmen ot the city or xopeKa: Section 1. That Section 12 of Ordinance No. 2626. approved September 6, 1905, re lating to the salaries or compensation of city officers and employees of the city of Topeka. be. and the said section is. here bv, amended to read as follows: Sec. 12: ELECTRIC LIGHT DEPARTMENT. Superintendent of department, per annum. $1,006.00; one engineer, per annum. $900.00; firemen, eacn, per annum, va.uu ; line men, each, per annum. $780.00: trimmers. each, per annum.. $690.00. . Sec. 2. Original Section 12 of Ordinance No. 2626. approved September 6. 1906, re lating to the salaries or compensation of city officers and employees of the city of Topeka, Is hereby repealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after its publi cation in the official city paper. Passed the council June aitn, iwi. Approved June 24th, 1907. rSeal.j WM. GREEN. Mayor. Attest: C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. I LEGAL. First published In The Topeka State Journal June 4, 1907. - The State of Kansas. Shawnee County, ss.: . . PUBLICATION NOTICE. In tfce Supreme Court of the State of Kansas. . The State of Kansas, on the relation of F. S. Jackson, Attorney General, Plain tiff, vs. The Heim Real Estate Com p.tny,' a corporation. Defendant No. . 154S5. . . To the Defendant. The Heim Real Estate Company: , ' You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the Supreme Court of the state of Kansas, and that the petition filed therein egainst you charges that you have used, enjoyed and exercised the franchises and privileges of a corporation vithin the state of Kansas without au thority of law, and hat you have miss used the same and vlo'ied th-j criminal laws of the state, and asks that you be ousted from the state of Kansas and from exercising said franchises and privileges and for the appointment of receivers to take chirge and possession of all proper ty situated in said state. Now, Therefore, Unless you make an swer to said petition filed against yo 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 tnat the said privi leges, liberties, franchises, powers, func tions, property, both real and personal, be assumed bv the state of Kansas under the direction of the court; that a receiver be appointed for the purpose of taking possession of all of the said privileges, 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 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 proper- to secure and save the rights of said plaintiff and the Interest of all creditors and third persons guiltluss of the frauds, wrongs and usurpations here in alleges against the defendant; and that all costs, charges and damages against the defendant be satisfied out of the said property. You are further notified that on the filing of said petition, an order was Issued by the court restraining you, the said de fendant, from removing any of the prop erty belonging to said defendant fitmi 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. V. Garver, George H. Whitcomb, and S. H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge cf all the property within the 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 22, 1907.J ' PROPOSALS. Office of the City Clerk. Topeka, Kansas, June 21. 107. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 5 o'clock p. m. Monday, July 1st, 1907. for repaying West Tenth ave., from the east line ol Jackson street to the east curb line of Harrison street with sheet asphalt and relaying stone gutters. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. Proposals under different names will not be received from one firm or as sociation. The city council reserve's the right to reject any and all bids or parts of bids, which may not be advantageous to the city. They also reserve the right to se lect the asphalt that Is best fitted for asphalt paving purposes. Each bidder will be required to deposit with the city clerk, to the credit of the city of Topeka, a certified check of de posit of one thousand ($1,000.00) as a guar antee that he will enter into a contract, if awarded him. according to the terms of his bid. within, ten days after the certification of the award.- The place of the residence of every bid der, with the county and state must be given after his signature, which must be written in full. All prices must be written as well as expressed In figures. No proposals will be accepted from any person who Is in arrers to the city of Topeka, upon debt or contract, who is In default as surety or otherwise upon any obligations to the city, who has failed In previous contracts to comply with the requirements of the specifications and to fulfill nis contracts. Proposals should he addressed to the city clerk, city of Topeka and indorsed "Proposals for repaying West Tenth ave. from Jackson street to Harrison street." All parties who propose to submit bids for this work will be required to furnish the city engineer on of before 5 o'clock p. m., Monday, July 1st, 1907, a sample of the asphaltic cement they propose to use if awarded the contract. Such sam ples should be plainly labeled with the date of the bid. name of blddder and the place from which said asphalt Is secured or the place where same is refined, and each sample shall also be plainly labeled or marked, giving the trade name of the asphalt to be used, and each sample shall be accompanied with the analysis of some chemist of known reputation, verified un der oath, showing the component parts of such asphaltic cement. The contract for this repaying will be let to the lowest responsible biddder of fering the best asphaltic cement for pav ing purposes. - All work must be done in conformity with the plans and specifications on file in the office of the city engineer. rSeal.l C. B. BURGE. . . City Clerk. TFirst published In the Topeka State Journal June 22, 1907.) ' PROPOSALS. OfTIce of the City Clerk. Topeka, Kansas, June 21, 1907. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 5 o'clock- p. m. Monday, July 1st. 1907, for repaying and guttering Of fNOrtn Kansas avenue irora ine nurin end of the Melan arch bridge to the north lino of flnnion street excepting therefrom North Kansas avenue from the north line of Railroad street - to the north line of Norris street, with one course of vitri fied brick and asphalt filler on present Concrete base and concrete and cement gutter. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. Proposals under different names will not be received iroiii one ur aa- socictiow. The city council reserves the right to relect any and all bids or parts of bids, which may not be advantageous to the city They also' reserve the right to se lect the asphalt that Is best fitted for asphalt paying purposes. Each bidder will be required to deposit with the city clerk, to the credit of the city of Topeka. a certified check of de posit Ot One LI1..UH.I..U ifi.wjw.w; txa n uhi- antee that he will enter into the contract, if awarded him. according to the terms of his bid. within ten days after the certification of the award. The place of the residence of every bid der with the county and state must be given after his signature, which must be written in full. All prices must be written as well as expressed in figures. No proposals will be accepted from any person who Is In arrers to the city of Topeka, upon debt or contract, who is In default as surety or otherwise upon any obligations to the city; who has failed In previous, contracts to comply with the requirements "of the specifications and to fulfill his contracts. Proposals should be addressed to the city clerk, city of Topeka and indorsed "Proposals for repaying North Kansas avenue frcm the north end of the Melan bridge to the north line of Gordon street excepting therefrom North Kansas ave nue from the north line of Railroad street to the north line of Norris street." All parties who propose to submit Mils for this work will be required to furnish the city engineer on or before 5 o'clock p m.. Mondav, July 1st, 1907. a sample of brick and asphalt filler and concrete awarded the contract. Such sample should I be plainly labeled witlr"the date of the! IiEGATj. S?; "ame of bidder and the- place from which said material Is secured or- the place where same is manufactured, and each sample, giving the trade name cf the material to be used. - The contract for this repaying will be let to the lowest responsible bidder offer ing the best-material as specified for pav ing purposes. - All work must be done in conformity with the plans and specifications on file , fSealJ me city engineer. C. H. BURGE. City Clerk. MACHINE SHOPS. MOWKKS Brojrvd. factory process. 7So. Tel. 603. Harry R Howard. 710 Kan, ave. PAVING. CA,KfAh, CITV VITRIFIED BRICK ,AyiNG co- 214 E- 610 e1- Mfgra. of building, paving and aidewallr brick. FLORISTS." HOME US OWN CUT FLOWERS, floral designs. Special attention given out-of. town orders. James iiayes. 7 W. 8ta at, J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow crs, plants, designs, decorations. 106 W. Eighth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse lath and Mon. HUBBARD'S Cut flowers: blooming plants. Ind. phone 42. 6'JO Kansas ave. TRANSFER AIST STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & STOKAUHl Co., packs, ships and .tores household goods. Tel. liti. Clarenco Skinner, Oil Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS. Office 216 East eth, Both phones 99S. Moving and storae. All kinds goods packed, stored and for warder! to any point In United States. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. builders. Job wjrk carefully done. iM W. 7th. Phone 3563. . C- WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved his shop to 728 Jackson u Inri r,hnnA mil FOUNDERS, machinists and pattern ...niters. -xopeKa foundry, 3 IS, 822 Jackson st. Both phonM 499. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HALL J ENKINS Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loaa cf $2,500. Must be city property. 433 Kan sas ave. Phone 1577. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney. 423 K.ao- bu aw., x cpeiuu PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. R. O. KHOADES, M. D. Pilea Specialist. 132 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone 4a. Houxsi 10 to 12; 2 to 6; 7:30 to 8:30. IDA C. BARNES, M. D. Office 72 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Botii phonea IS residence and Ind. 131S office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, with private hospital. Office 631 Kansas ave. RANTTARIUMS CHRISTS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervm.a in. valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. Lindsay, M. D., 829 K. A.. Topeka. Kan. MONET MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per sonal security, household goods, typewrit ers. W. E. Segulne. 413 K. A. Both phonea. MONET TO LOAN on city property, alas personal property. Tou can pay back by the week or month. Topeka Invest ment & Loan Co. Rooma 1& 2, Veale block. MOW is Y to loan on personal property. payment $1.25 week will pay oft loan $2S In 25 weeks. G. H. Flintham, notary pub lic, 906 E. 4th st. Either phone 77. MONET to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Blscoe. 623 Kan. av. WHOLESALERS. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 70S Kan sas nve. Phone 806. r 1 . .1 STALL-IONS. ARENA, 2:11, champion Kansas trotter. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Bed phone 762. R. I. Lee. , VETERINARY , SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phonea. HORSESHOEING. WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 517 Quincy; have employed a gocd horseshoer from K. C. and we guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give him a trial. W. T. and W. 8. Lawless. UNDERTAKERS. It M. PENWELL, funeral director and cmbalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 511 Quincy at. Both phones 19 i. Cr. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's fmple. 621 .Tnckson St. Phonea 146. JEWELERS. JAMES B. 'HAYDEIJ, Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined i,nd spectacles properly fitted. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN LEAHY, Plumblnjr. Heating and Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St, FRJEEJDISTENSART MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some cases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calls answered nlnht or day. Ind. phone 8413. CLAIRVOYANT. II. 'b. GORDON, Trance, clairvoyant medium; tells names, whom and when you will marry, what you called for, how to overcome troubles 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 sr. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. fi. CYCLE CO., 118 S. Eighth. National St Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. BUSIXESS CHANCES. FOR SALE Shares in good paying man ufacturing plant in Topeka. Address No. 2 care Journal- PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. B, Lutes. 611 Kansas ave. ino. pnone uu. S