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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAIUESD AY EVENING JUNE 25, 1907.
The Cheapest Form of Health Insurance rOU can buy Health Insurance now. Several good "Accident" Companies sell it. Sixty dolltrs per year will tring you $25.00 per week, for every week ' you are sick. But, your time alone may be worth far more than that. And $200 per week might not pay for your suffering. That's why "Cascaret" Insurance, which prevents Sickness, is worth ten times as much money as other "Health" Insurance. Yet "Cascaret" Insurance will cost you less than Ten Cents a week. That gives you a "Vest Pocket" Box to carry constantly. One tablet taken whenever you suspect you need it will Insure you against 90 per cent of all other ills likely to attack you. Becausi 90 per cent of these ills begin in the Bowel Nutrition. or exist through poor Cascarets don't purge, don't weaken, don't irritate, nor upset your stomach. No, they act like Exercise on the Bowels, instead. They stimulate the Bowel-Muscles to contract and propel the Food naturally past the little valves that mix Digestive Juices with Food. The time to take a Cascarat is the very minute you suspect you need one. When you have a touch of Heart-burn, Gas-belching, Acid-rising-in-throat, or a Coming-cn-Co!d. Carry the "Vest Pocket" Box ready for business where it belongs, just as you would your Watch, Pocket-knife or Lead pencil. It costs only K) cents. At any druggist. Be sure you get the genuine, made only by the Sterling Remedy Company, and never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped "CCC." V1S ATHLETES TO KEiCP IN GOOD TRIM MUST LOOK "WELL TO THE CONDITION OF THE SKIN. TO THI$ END THE BATH SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH HAND SAPOLIO All Grocers ana Jmggists BUY A HOME EASY TERMS Kast 2nd new 4 roo:ns. city water, gas. sewer connection, nice attic. Close to shops. Also one 8 room. Enst shops, one three room, one four room, best of location. Small cash payment. 127 Arter ave.. Oakland. 7 rooms, newly painted and excellent condition, mantel, three lots. Gas on the way. ti.ITA A bargain as to price and terms. We have others. Shawnee Agency 634 Kansas Avs. Ind. 'Phone 505 REWARD Xotice is hereby given to the public that a reward of $2,500 is offered by the Citizens State Rank of Topeka, for the arrest and conviction of the thief who Etoie about S10.000 from the said bank, on or about the 13th day of May. 1907, or for the return of said money. This reward is supplemented by the additional sum of $1,250 each, by Peter Smith and E. S. Gresser. making the total reward so offered $5,000. R. XICHOLS. Vice Pres. PETER SMITH, E. 5?. GRESSER. STAY AT HOME. Whea you are not feeling well and have your oCtice call you up ior advice on complicated points. Five Cents a Day pays for a resi dence telephone. Missouri & Kansas Tel. Co. 'Phone 89 9. LEWIS4 SINGLE BINDER STRAIGHT 5 CIGAR made of EXTRA QUALITY TOBACCO 1 WICK oil stove I 4 v I R SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL B L If your dealer don't handle it, write to 11 IIthe standard oil. company! GLASSJOFFINS. Coffeyville to Have a New and Unique Factory. . Will Ba the Only Plant of Its Kind in the World. CASKETS 6 FEET LONG. For Adults One-Half Inch Thick and Wei?h 200 Pounds. Said to Hav e Especial Preserv ing and Sanitary Features.. Cofteyville, June 25. J. M. Stafford of Petersburg, Indiana, is in Coffey ville perfecting arrangements- for the establishment of a glass casket fac tory. The company has been incor porated under the lr 3 of Arizona and is now being financed. Ninety thou sand dollars worth of stock will be thrown upon the market at once and will doubtless meet with a ready sale as this is the only manufactory of its kind in the world. Adult caskets will be 6 feet long, one-half inch in thickness and weigh from 200 to 250 pounds. The price j will not exceed thut of the now popu lar metallic casket which ranges from $50 to $150. Aside from its great com mercial possibilities the casket has sanitary and preserving features and It may be said of it for the benefit of the skeptical that when made of tempered glass It is not susceptible to heat. The casket will be sealed with a soluble glass which is liquid when cola becoming congealed only when it comes in contact with air. Just before sealing phosphorus is shot into the casket . This consumes all the oxygen and completes a perfect vacuum, thus adding permanently to the preserving teatures. ine incorporators have taken out patents on both the casket and moulds. ABOIT AS BAD AS SALOOXS. Beer Wagons I-'rom Missouri Supply Kansas City, Kan., Thoroughly. Kansas City. Kan., June 25. Thirty-one persons were tried In the police court Monday, sixteen for drunkenness and nearly all the others for causes that arose from the sale of liquor; twenty-four tried for drunkenness Monday, a week ago, of forty persons arrested. That is the record of the city since brewery wagons engaged in "inter state commerce" began to distribute beer in the streets Saturdays and Sat urday nights. While this beer was not actually peddled in the streets, it was delivered In large quantities to houses where it was illegally distributed and, as a result, the need for. police and po lice court has increased. Previously to Monday two weeks ago not more than six or seven pris oners were entered on the police dock et Saturday night and Sunday. There were few disturbances. "Saturday nights," a patrolman said, "beer wagons loaded to the limit cross the state line from Missouri. Although these wagons are supposed to sell only on order, no one seems to have the least trouble in getting all the beer wanted. Men go to an extreme now more than during the time of the joints, because they seem to think that every drink is the last drink. Most of the men wouldn"t get drunk at all if the stuff was offered them." ItKCORD BREAKING BEET CHOP. Prospects Around Garden City Are of the Best. Garden City, Kan., June 25. Pros pects for a. record breaking beet crop in Kansas are better than ever, ac cording to R. P. Davie, who has Just inspected the holdings of the United States Sugar & Land company. The first water was taken irom the big reservoir owned by the company last week. The reservoir is five miles long, ' one and one-half miles wide and averages 30 feet deep. It will hold water sufficient for the irrigation of 112,000 acres of land. "The farmers are feeling much bet ter since the water was taken from the reservoir," said Mr. Davie. "Many of thm believed that it would be im possible to store so much water and irrigate ine land, but now they are thoroughly convinced that the scheme will be successful."' ine company has 11,800 acres of sugar beets planted in the vicinity of uarden City. The harvesting of the crop will begin about September 1. The company has a large beet sugar raciory at tiarden City and will be able to handle its own crop as well as those of all farmers in the region. KIU,EI HIS LITTLE SISTER. Missouri Part no Fireman Didn't Know the Rifle Was Loaded. Conway Springs, Kan., June 25. hile cleaning- a target rifle, Madison Hoover shot and killed his 16-year-old sister Annie. Hoover was unaware that the gun was loaded. The bullet enter ed Miss Hoover's left eye. Annie Hoover came to Conway Springs from Knlghtsvllle, Ind.. two weeks ago, to visit relatives. Her brother is a fire man on the Missouri Pacific railroad. Marriage License for Courtland Girl. Colorado Springs, June 25. A mar riage license was secured in the coun ty clerk's office yesterday by Charles P. Scrogins of this city and Maude Anna Dickerhoff of Courtland, Kan. Dakota Banker to Prison. Leavenworth. Kan., June 25. Chas. C. King, a banker of Yankton, S. D.. was brought to the United States peni tentiary here to serve five years for violation of United States banking laws. lv irk man Released From Prison. Leavenworth, Kan., June 25. Hugh Kirkman. former lieutenant in the State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas Co., ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che ney & Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the said sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. CUr FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in rny presence, this 6th day of December, A. V.. 1SS0. A w GLEASON, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and act directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for tertimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists. 75e. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. United States army, was discharged from the - United States , penitentiary ! mooaay, ms sentence of three years ior em Dezziement having been com muted by . President - Roosevelt. Ex- Captain George W. Kirkman, serving a sentence 01 five years at the prison, win oe cuscnarsed in October. A GALENA MURDER CASE. Charge of Serious Character Placed Against tlie ex-City Marshal. - Galena. Kan.. June 25. Ex-Cltv Mar phai -Charles Garner, recently arrested nere jor aueged complicity in the rob bery and murder of L. C. Frick, a sec- ona-nand dealer, has been bound ove to district court in the sum of $10,000 on a charge of murder in the first de gree. N. c. Malone, another second hand dealer, turned state's evidence and accused Garner. R. D. Booth and n-d Jones of committing the crime, Jones died in the county Jail of blood poisoning shortly after the hour set for nis preliminary. Frick was an eccentric character, nose antipatny toward banks was known, and was suspected of carrying large sums or money on his person and was the victim of a "lob:" Ac cording to Malone's confession he help ed plan the robbery and Garner was Inducted to lead Frick to an isolated section of the city under the pretext of nnaing some cheap Jewelry stolen from the victim store shortly before the ex piration of Garner's term of office. When near the place where the Jew elry was found Frick and the ex-officer were held up and the former relieved of about $500. In attempting to defend himself Frick was shot in the neck, an injury which caused death a few days later. In addition to the confession of Malone the parties under arrest were also indicted by Frick s dying state ment. Following his arrest on a charge of murder and the dismissal of the charge previous to making a full confession. Malone was arrested for grand larceny and is also bound over to the district court. POSTMASTER DENIES CHARGE. W. P. Boswortli, of Paola, Did Not Solicit Sale of Stamps. Paola. . Kan.. June 25. Postmaster W. P. Bosworth says in regard to the report charging him with soliciting the sale of stamps to Increase his salary that the charge is absolutely false and made by enemies for political and re vengeful purposes. Three inspectors have been here since January 1. One reported O. K. The other was unfa vorable and Congressman Charles F. Scott was last. He said: "Postoffice at Paola is in as good condition as any in state." W. P. Bosworth has been postmaster here for the last four years and is supported by the people of Miami county. Since he has been in office the sale of stamps has Increased so that Paola is in city delivery class, but any charge of solicitation to bring this about on Mr. Bosworth's part is not . believed here. CLERK HAD HEART FAILURE. Mall Man Slightly Surprised to Find Tramp in His Car. Wichita. Kan., June 25. The mall clerk on Missouri Pacific train No. 403 which arrives in the city at 7:30 a. m. from Yates Center almost died of heart failure while making the run from that city. He was working away in his car, lifting the heavy mail pouches oft the pegs and getting them ready for their respective stations. Just as the train was leaving Yates Center, the clerk reached up and lifted a heavy sack from his peg and as he did so there was disclosed to .his astonished view a big, bad blinking "bum," who had been crouchins behind the mail pounches. It was hard to tell who was the more frightened, the clerk or the bum. Investigation on the part of the mail clerk developed the fact that the vasrant desired to beat his way to Hot Springs, Ark. FUNERAL OF LUCIEN BAKER. Was Held From the Family Home Willi Many Friends Present. - Leavenworth, Kan., June 25. The funeral . of ex-Senator Lucien Baker was held from the family home on Third avenue. There was a large at tendance, especially of old residents of the city and county. Ex-Uovernor w, J. Bailey came from Atchison and M W. Sutton from Dodge City to attend the funeral. The Rev. Charles Connolly of the Congregational church conducted religt ous services. The body was buried in Mount Muncie cemetery beside the body of Mrs. Baker, who died four years ago. Is There OU in Lyon County? Emporia, June 25. The men in Soden's mill have been puzzled by a curious phenomenon for two days. Ever since yesterday morning the wa ter in the Cottonwood has been cov ered with oil, as heavy and dark as crude petroleum. It continued run ning by on top of the water. all day yesterday and today, but is lighter to day than it was yesterday. No one seems to know where the oil comes from. Harvest Hands Are Wanted. Wichita, ' Kan., June 25. Farmers from Kingman, Sumner, Harper, Kio wa, Cowley, Pratt, and In fact all coun ties of this section of the state, have agents in Wichita seeking harvest hands. The wheat crop, it is claimed, will be almost as large In Kingman, Harper and Pratt counties as last year. Men to take care of the wheat are hard to get. Lightning Destroys a Home. Wellington, Kan., June 25. A very heavy rainstorm accompanied by a high wind and vivid lightning struck this section Sunday night. The farm residence of A. J. Banks was struck by a bolt of lightning and burned to the ground with its contents. In this city the houses of A. M. Black and F. L. Smith were struck and badly damag ed. New Gas Well tt Elmdale. Cottonwood Falls, Kan., June 25. Messrs. Jennings and Shaw have brought In another new well on the Randolph farm about a mile and a half south of Elmadle. Gas was struck at a depth of 200 feet and the flow of gas is about the same as the other wells that have been drilled In that vicinity. which will run from 500,000 to 1,000,000 cubic feet per day. 1 . Lightning Does Damage. Arcadia, Kan., June 25. Robb Basham, son of L. P. Basham of this place, was struck by lightning Monday and killed. He had rone to a farm near Garland to move a binder to the new- house and the lightning killed him and three horses. Robb Basham was about 18 year sold. Postmasters at Salina. Salina, Kan., June 25. The Kansas postmaster are holding a session here. About one hundred are present. The meeting was to have been ad dressed by Senator Long, but he was prevented from coming. Congressmen Charles Scott and Victor Mur dock are to speak today. RAILROAD NEWS, Kansas City Southern Makes a " Wonderful Showing. '-. There Has Been a Marvelous Gain in Its Earnings. TKAFFIC EXPANSION Net Increase for Ten Months Is ' Placed at 1,288,021. : Other Items ; of Interest Bail way People. to For a new road, principally depend ent upon its local traffic for its in come, and which at the time of its building passed through a territory wholly undeveloped, the Kansas City Southern has been making a wonder ful showing of late in regard to its earnings and the expansion of its traffic. The original promoters of the road were severely criticised for en gaging in what was described as a wild-cat enterprise, but events have proved that they built considerably better than their critics knew. Since the dissolution of the voting trust, which was created about nine years aro, when E. H. Harrlman gained control of the property, it has been in a state of transition, and was subjected to a good deal of neglect- Since two years ago, however, when the present independent management obtained control, the property lias had an opportunity really to show what there is in it. For the fiscal year now drawing to a close it has been able to earn the full 6 per cent on its pre ferred stock and about 5 per cent for its common stock. For the ten months already reported gross earningsof the road increased by SI, 222, 730. or a little more than 19 per cent. Owing to radical reductions which the management has been able to make in operating expenses, net earnings show an increase of SI, 388,- 021, or more than 91 per cent, a show- ng which, even in prosperous times like the present. Is something phe nomenal. This Increase in net began with the opening of the fiscal year and has been continuous throughout it. Au gust was the best month in the ten. Net earnings for that month showed an Increase of 168 per cent as com pared with the same month in the previous year. July showed an in crease in net of 135 per cent. Oc tober and April also passed the 100 per cent increase mark, the first hav ing 109 per cent to Its credit and the latter 114 per cent. The lowest in crease for any month in the ten was 55 per cent, in November. Of course the rapid development of southwestern territory' now In pro gress Is the real secret of the road's prosperity, aside from the able way in which its affairs are being handled. and as provision has been made for the extension of the system to New Orleans still fuller advantage Is to be taken of .that development. When Its new f-extensions are in operation, there will be no road In the country better located for - availing itself of the advantages of a con tinually expanding - traffic 'situation. Its lines will pas3 through the very center of the new lumber, oil, rice and grain regiops of the southwest. LINES ARE TIGHTENED. Commission Lays Down More Rules for Filins Tariffs." Complaints are being made by the in terstate commerce commission that the number of applications made for per mission to file special tariffs, without the statutory thirty days' notice, have been steadily increasing, whereas the commission expected at the- beginning that they would steadily increase. The commission has found it necessary to tighten the lines considerably, and has Issued a new circular on the subject specifying the cases in which such leave will be granted. Among other things the roads are no tified in this connection that a simple desire on the part of one road to meet the rates of a competing line win not be considered a sufficient reason for granting such special permission. Ap plications for special permission will be considered only on receipts of verified statements,- and not . simply on tele graphic requests as heretofore. Failure of certain roads to file such verified ap plications, when the telegraphic re quests have been complied with, has led to the adoption or tftls rule. The commission also specifies - the cases in which it wUl permit roads to make reparation on formal complaint to shippers who have been charged un reasonable rates. The commission Is anxious to assist in the settlement of eauitable claims of shippers without formal complaints, where- such can be done lawfully, but It will. not permit any such settlement to be made where dis crimination against any shipper or ship pers would thereby be created. Attention of the roads is called to the great number of cases in which tar iffs are mailed to the commission with out sufficient postage being attached. Heretofore the secretary of the commis sion has paid such postage out of his own pocket in expectation that the de linquent roads would rectify the matter when their attention was called to It. So many roads have failed to come to time, however, that the commission has adopted a rule that no Insufficient postage may in any such cases be paid by any employe of the commission, but the communication will be allowed to remain In the hands of the postoffice Persons whose diet is com posed of most wholesome foods are comparatively tree irom dis ease and are active mentally and physically. mil!! WHEAT FLAKE CELERY is wholesome, nourishing, and cleanly. Made from the whole wheat berry. 40 JO cents a package. For sale by all Grocers authorities until the roads themselves redeem it.. Roads anxious to save time, therefore, will take plans to see that aU communications addressed to the com mission have sufficient postage ' at tached. -. ... . RATE CLERKS WORKING HARD. It's a Herculean Task to Get Out Two - - - Cent Tariffs. . Chicago, June . 25. As a result of the determination of the railroad presidents to' not oppose public sentiment at this time, railroad rate clerks are working night- and day to put passenger tariffs on the Z-cent basis, the first effort be ing to comply with the new laws now effective In various states, and then to adjust the situation to the determina tion of the conference of executives. held here Friday, to apply the 2-cent rate to Interstate traffic. The task is almost herculean, and al though the Interstate commerce law requires 30 days' notice of reduction of rates, it is believed that the present situation will be classed as an emer gency" within the meaning of the law, and the roads permitted to put the re duced rates into effect as rapidly as tney are complied by the rate clerks. Thousands of tariffs will have to be compiled before the work is comple ted. ' ' Nominally, interstate rates are sup posed to be upon a 3-cent basis, but the roads actually have been receiving but a trifle over 2 cents a mile, due to reductions to conventions, etc. Western roads will be hit hardest by the 2-cent rate, for their sparsely set tled territory will not respond to the stimulus of cheaper rates as will the more thickly inhabited eastern districts. The reduction of one-way and return- trip tickets to a basis of 2 cents a mile may cause an increase in travel which will more than offset the special busi ness created by convention and other rates, but the officers of western roads doubt it. UNIFORM CODE. OF SIGNALS. By It Engineers May Run on Any System. Much headway was made toward having adopted a uniform system of signals for all railroads by the signal and interlocking committee of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way association, which met in Buffalo recently. The plan will enable an engineer to take an engine anywhere, run It across the continent, If necessary, and be able to read the signals on any road. The committee is working on an out line . approval at the last national meet ing of the association In Chicago In March. It will meet In September in Philadelphia and hopes to complete Its work by December 31. The movement contemplates the prac tical revolutionizing of the present sig nal system. The principal indications proposed are: On all signals conferring or restrict ing rights a red light shall be the night Indication for stop, a yellow light for caution and a green light for clear track. The day Indications for somaphore signals shall be given in the upper right-hand quadrant as ronows: ine semaphore arm- horizontal shall indi cate stop; inclined upward 45 degrees, caution, and inclined upward 90 de grees, proceed. FRISCO'S TEST OF OIL. It Proves to Be Most Satisfactory for - - Engines. Muskogee, f. T., June 25. After test ing crude oil obtained in the Cherokee oil fields in the engines of the Frisco railroad, in place of coal, Frisco offi cials declare it Is a pronounced success, and is in many ways far superior to coal. . Oil Is now being burned in the engines of this road out of Kansas City as far south as Springfield. The first test of the new fuel was made In pas- enger engines two weeks ago, and since that time not a pound or coal has been used. The road has been burning oil In Its switch engines near Sanulpa for two . years. According to Frisco man there is little airrerence in the cost of oil and coal as fuel, but the former Is so far superior In many ways that there Is no comparison, ay Its use all ashes and cinders are com pletely done away .with, thus increas ing the possible work obtained from each engine. It produces practically no smoke, and. best of all. It Is to be de pended upon at all times. No matter how good a grade of coal was used it was impossible to avoid getting a Daa lot sometimes, and all efforts of the fireman were unavailable to keep up steam. - CHINAMEN TOBUILD ROAD. Syndicate of Them Get Concessions In Old Mexico. Mexico City, Mexico, June 25. A syn dicate of Chinamen, headed by Dr. J. W. Lim, a heavy stockholder of the Banco de China y Mexico of Torreon, has been granted a concession by the Mexi can government to build an electric rail Way between Torreon and Matamoros. The road will be extended to other towns of the Nazas river valley and will be about twenty miles long. The survey is now being made and its con struction is to commence soon. There are a number of wealthy Chinamen In the Laguna district, in which Torreon is situated. An electric street railway sys tem Is being constructed In Torreon by a Chinese company. They have estab lished a strong bank in that city and are large property holders. - Dr. Llm and associates recently ap plied to the Mexican government for a concession to establish a line of steam ers between the ports of the western coast of Mexico and China. He says that plans have been arranged for put ting a number of large vessels into this new service as soon as the concession Is granted. MOVE TO FEDERAL COURT. Nebraska Lines Carry Two Cent Fare Fight There. Lincoln, Neb., June 25. The Union Pacific railroad company has given no tice to the supreme court that it would attempt to remove the injunction of the Nebraska railway commission to the Federal court. In its efforts the road will be Joined by the Burlington and Rock Island. The injunction suit of the commission Is to compel acquiescence in the commodity freight rate and other laws affecting the railroads, which take effect early in July. The supreme court received the appli tion of the Union Pacific. Remarkable Rescue. That truth is stranger than fiction, has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora. Tenn.. the residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes: "I was In bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. Doctors failed to help me, and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Then Instant relief came. The coughing soon ceased: the bleeding diminished rapidly, and in three weeks I was able to go to work." Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds. 50c and SL00 at all druggists. Little Fred Why is it that women are always complaining about their servants? Little Elsie Oh! that's Just to let people know they can afford to have them." Chicago News. . . . . bS 111 0 Agetable Preparalionfor As similating HieFoodandBegula ting the S toinachs andBowels of i Promotes DigestionXheerfur ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Mineral. Kot Narcotic. PumJam. Seal' KckMU&Ua- ' Strtrmme ItiCartonalKSaiet H&xjiw norm Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa Tion , Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature oF NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRARBEH. 1 - A vacation among the Rpducs Grand Canyoii lvi lavdr open California, Cool Sierra A9easliorc Low rates all summer National Educational Association meets at Los Angeles, July 8 to 12. Santa Fe excursions via Grand Canyon of Arizona. Specially reduced rates. Aikfor n. e. a. folder. Summer tourist tickets to Colorado, Arizona and California. Liberal limits, diverse routes and stop-overs. Ask for MA Colorado Summer." "Tft&n of Chasms" Ad"CaJiornla.Sununer Outings. - The Colorado Flyer and California Limited Santa Fe trains of luxury and speed afford a cool sfiwrj trip over dustless tracks, protected L. KINO. by block signals. City Passenger Agent, Fred Him; meals, too. Topeka, Kan. AND RETURN VIA NEW YORK. WASHINGTON, D. C. NIAGARA FALLS STOP-OVERS at Grand Ocean Trip between New York and Norfolk LAKE SHORE FROM CHICAGO . $32.05 MICHIGAN CENTRAL FROM CHICAGO 31.35 BIG FOUR FROM CHICAGO . . 32.05 EIG FOUR FROM ST. LOUIS . 38.20 GOING AND RETURNING BIG FOUR FROM CHICAGO . BIG FOUR FROM ST. STOP-OVER AT WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Traffle Managw, CHICAGO jj (Q) TRAINS A DAY TO EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period. It Is paid oft. The only sure way for most people. We can assist yon. Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 534 KANSAS AVE. iia For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years tm enmum oamwv. an van err. w r w AW a m II u C Colorado uic Circle Tours to the 2) 1 0 wli l?y fJORFOLK VA. all Tourist Points SAME ROUTE . $22.25 25.00 LOUIS WASHINGTON, 0. C Lears Topeka 4:80 A. M. Returning Ly. KansCiCjr 89 A. M. 1:J8 A. M. 11:00 A. M. 11:20 A. M. 6:10 P. M. 10:00 P. M. 10:16 P. M. 10:80 P. M. ' :5") A. M. 5:M) A. 8:J0 A. M. . M. M. 2:66 P. S:i P. M. 7:25 P. M. 7:54 P. M. KANSAS CITY DOUBLE TRACK-NO STOPS-FAST TIME. Ticket Offlcci : First and KaiMu Ave., and 831 North Kansas Aye. L. M. PENWELL Undertaker end Embalmer. 511 Quincy Street. Eoth Phonsj 191 Geo. N. Ray. Asslataab