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THE TOPEKA. DAILY STATE JQTmiTAibNESPAEyENin, 'JULY 10, 1907.
9 Mrs. Frank Doster and Miss Irma Doster will give a musicale at tneir house. 1337 Buchanan street, tomor row evening for - Mrs. Hoch's house party. -' Mrs. Hoch gave a reception at the Governor's House today for her visitors. The hours were from 3 to and thfi asuisilnr friends. Mrs. James E-- Hurley, Mrs. Charles K. Spencer. Mrs. Elnn s. Clark. Mrs. Frank M. Bonebrake Mrs. Frank Doster, Mrs. Charles Kellosrtr. Mrs. C. E. Foote, Mrs. Frank N. I.vneh. Mrs. W. A. He Carter. Mrs. SDeed Hughes, Miss Hildegrade Hurler, Miss Henrietta Alexander, Miss Clyde Bonebrake and Miss Marian Wear, will be entertained at supper afterwards. The rooms and porches at the Governor's House were effectively decorated with garden and Dotted plants. In the dining room, which was in red, cannas and red roses were used in pro fusion. A canopy of smilax and red ribbons was suspended above the table which had a center piece of roses and tall bouquets of cannas decorated the rest of the room. Mrs. Hoch s guests, who arrived yesterday and will stay until Saturday. are: Mrs. Rudolph Piiii!rh.v Mrs. F. J. Funk. Mrs. L. F. Keller. Mrs. Josiah Good. Mrs. Ell Good. Mrs. W. A. Blanchard, Mrs. Samuel Rurkholder. Mrs. M. S. Bryan, Mrs. Helen ' Miesse. Mrs. J. H. Hoch, Mrs. Charles Thompson, all of Marion, and Mrs. Ira Sterling of Feabody. A phonograph concert was given at the Country club last nignt ior ciuo members and their families. Mr. Ar min Fassler lent his phonograph and an excellent nrogramme of grana opera and other high class selections interspersed with popular records was enjoyed. Among- those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Barber and their daughters. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gault. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Munn. Mrs. Harry Ashby, Dr. and Mrs. to. lui, Mrs. Frank Thomas of Kansas City, Mrs. William Bower. Mr. Ben John son, Mr. John Rowles of Philadelphia, Mr. T. J. Kellam. Miss Louise Kellam, Miss Katharine Kellam. Miss Elizabeth HniHriav Miss Marguerite Parkinson Mr. and Mrs. John F. Norton. Mrs. John B. Bartholomew. Mrs. E. S. Lewis, Mrs. Sheldon. Mrs. Lawrence, Mr-, and Mrs. George M. Noble. Mrs. Alice V. Clugston, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Conant, Miss Cornelia Abrahams of Baltimore, Md.. Mr. and Mrs. A. w. Dana and their daughetrs Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll B. Mer riam, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McClintock an i their sons. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram P. Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dillon of Kansas City, Miss Horner. Mrs. Clif ford Cryden of Wamego. Mr. Ned Os born, Mr. Dana MacVicar. Mr. Ben Scandrett. Mrs. Charles Brooks Thomas, Miss Hambleton, Miss Mary Hambleton, Miss Elvia MUlspaugh, Mr. Edwin Curry, Dr. and Mrs. W. N. West and their daughters, Mr. Armln Fassler. Mr. Guilford Dudley. Mr. Ber nard Crosby, Mr. Clay Hamilton, Miss Frances Connell. Mr. David Lakin, Mr. Dick Hayden. Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler C. Nichols and their daughters, Mrs. Charles Wllmarth of Sacramento. Cal. A" Western avenue girl has such-en-' tertainlng dreams that whenever she Is bored with things as they are she takes a nap and enjoys adventures that rival those of . Alice-in-Wonderland. Recently she dreamed that Dean Kaye had instituted a series of informal out door services conducted by the laity, among others the S. R. The new Alice-in-Wonderland attended the ser vice and as she was strolling over to the lemonade stand, "between acts," Extra Special of unusual value on sale in our Economy Basement White Gibson Tie Sea Island Canvas. Best qvality. Turn or toelt sole, leather or cov ered heel. On sale $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 Child's White Canvas $1.00, $1.25, $135 Infants' White Canvas 75c, 90c, $1 VERY SPECIAL 48 Pairs Women's White Canvas Oxfords Light sole C 1 ft leather heel J 1 .UU Strap Slippers Kid or Pat. Leather Lnui leather heel -value up to $3.00. On sale 90c, $1.25, $1.48 The Big Store 715 Kansas: Avenue All JtJ,' Jl&r siaes. fcy. ft. widths A. $1.75 V GOWN OP WHITE SILK DOTTED IT BLACK.; A smart little India silk frock Is model crossed in surplice fashion both bands or met lace ana 01 siik, wnn tween. A feature or tne gown was lined by a band of the lace and lines two Danas or graauaiea iucjib uuuui she met Dean Kaye and stopped to chat with him about the service and congratulate him on the idea. "Yes," said the dean, "they've been very suc cessful, but I'm not at all pleased wun this one and am real sorry I asked the S. R. She keeps advertising the State Journal In her sermon and run ning In those foolish paragraphs from the society column and I don't think they'ra at all appropriate or in char acter for a church service." Mrs. J. W. F. Hughes will give a luncheon Friday for the women of the R. R. Y. M. C. A. Bible class. The Ideal Card club held Us last meeting of the season Monday at the home of Mrs. A. H. Purdy. The hostesses were Mrs. Purdy. Mrs. C. H. Hill, Mrs. A. T. Lucas and Mrs. Jules Snattinger. Mrs. Edward Gossett will entertain the Orphelin club Thursday afternoon. A woman may have only five cents In the world hut if she Is placed In a situa tion where it becomes necessary she will open her purse, disclose her last coin, laugh about It and bluff It out until one would suppose her resources were limit less. But to a man, even If everybody knows he is worth thousands, the ad mission that he Is accidentally without car fare for "himself and lady" is the most painful thing Imaginable. The oth er night a Topeka bachelor making call at the home of an old friend met a woman whom he knew but slightly and, as she was alone, offered to take her home. He had no sooner made the sug gestion than he remembered that he had only five cents in his pocket. He was Immediately covered with confusion and sat in .mortal agony for the twenty or thirty minutes that it took the woman caller to get ready to start her adieux trying to think of some excuse, subter fuge or explanation that would relieve him from sih dilemma. ..Finally when they were about to leave he asked his hostess for a drink of water and follow ed her into the house where he first swore her to eternal secrecy, then ex plained his embarrassment and borrow ed twenty-five cents. When they were on the car his companion asked, to be allowed to pay the fare but he refused with great dignity and handed the bor rowed quarter to' the conductor with the grand air of ease and confidence which only a sound financial condition will give. When there are two or more sisters In a family whose ages are not far apart it is no unusual thing for a man to be in love with them all by turns. A To peka girl has a Steady who was for merly in love with her younger sister and a girl who Is one of a family of five sisters relates a certain old bachelor in her town has been a suitor of every one of them in turn and is now paying assiduous court to the youngest, a girl of eighteen. A Topeka man who has been listening to the conversation of girls, has sug gested the following titles for Salvation Army hymns: "I'm Crazy About the Lord" and "Ain't Jesus Grand?" For some reason an Idea prevails that girls must go away from home and do a lot of gadding in order to find a desirable human meal ticket but if you will think it over you will find that very few young " women of your experience have had any luck as professional visiting girls. The girls who have married best have almost without exception met their husbands In Topeka. which is one of the best towns on earth for this purpose, there being at least three men to every girl and a large percentage of bachelors with good positions or independent in comes. But every summer the girls who have failed to land during the winter make up a lot of clothes, pack their trunks and hie them away on a man hunt. In the fall they generally return with a depleted wardrobe, and a coat of tan and that is all they have to show for their summer's campaign. Of course they have had a good time and the change has done them good, if In no other way than to make them appreciate Topeka and Topeka men, but as for sparklers on the third finger of the left hand nothing do ing! But If they had devoted some time and thought, and half the money to a still hunt at home they might have landed one of the many eligible bachelors In the local social puddle. The reason why the Visiting Girl rarely makes good is not hard - to seek. In every town there are a few men usually the younger chaps who ar neither eligible nor serious who think It a mark of distinction to run around with V. G.'e, but most of the men don't have much time for the depicted In the sketch, the bodice of this in front and back, and had, alternating tiny pipings or paie. nitre and black-he-r tne large armnoie, which, was also, out of prplng. The skirt waa finished by Lrie lower pari. . f- it. a transients. - They figure that It' WIH hardly pay them to get lnterested'ln a girl who will soon be gone or else they tins nep to the. v. G.'s game and know she Is not showing her gaits and a new costume every day for nothing. . . . Notes and Personal Mention. Miss Alice Meade will go to Arkansas City Friday to visit her Bister, Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Conant will leave in August for a visit to Mrs. Con ant's people at Galesburg, Illinois, and air. tonant's mother In Boston. In Sep tember they. will go to Lincoln where Mr. Conant has been appointed to a place on the faculty of the school of law of tne university of Nebraska and where tney will spend the winter. Leavenworth Post: Miss Helen Llnd sey, who has been the guest of Miss Bessie Martin at the Soldiers' Home; will leave Wednesday for Kansas-City to visit before returning to her home in xopeKa. Mr. Dick ' Hall has returned from Phillipps " aCadetfrfyr Andbvefj Massa- cnusetts,- to spend the summer vaca tlon. Mr. Donald JanSeh of. Chicago is nis guest.. Mrs. Earl Glendennlngof Lawrence la cAjiruia lumurruw to. visit EXVB. Arthur MiilS. - - Miss Phil Reed will leave .the" last of the week for Sterling to visit Miss Anne tiuigley. The Taka Art Emibroidery club will meet witn- Mr H. J; Wlngert, 1724 Fillmore street, tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, O. B. Towne will go to Junction City week after next where Mr. Towne will take the position - of managing editor of the Junction City Daily Union. . . Mrs. A. G. Allen, of Canada, and her children, left yesterday for Colorado af ter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Meade. Mrs.- W. L. Trump has returned from a visit in Ottawa. Mr. Bert Cook of Banes, Cuba, who formerly lived in. Topeka is visiting in town. . Kansas City Star:-Mrs. Louis Spring er, of New York, came last- night- from Lawrence to be the guest for today -of her sister, Mrs. Arthur -Hilfc ..-Jlrs,, springer will leave tonight . or ,. tomor row, for New York. . . . ' . Leavenworth Times: Mrs! F. ' R. Fruer left Tuesday for Delaware, Wis., to spend the summer. - . General J. W. F. Hughes, General C. P. Drew, Colonel W. W. Dennison, Ma jor Alvarado M. Fuller, : Captain J. C. Springstead, Major George W. Potter. Captain Arthur Mills, Colonel Charles S. Elliott, Captain Clad Hamilton and Lieutenant James Hughes will spend a part of this week in Ft. Riley, where the state competition of the troops of the Kansas National Guard Is being held.. . ... ..- . Miss Belle .. Swearingen has returned from a two weeks' visit in Kansas City. Mi?s Virginia Becker leaves - tonight for Twin Falls,- Idaho, to spend the- rest of the summer. , .. ... Mrs.. J. S. Irwin and daughter Lois of Herington are the guests of Mr. J. M. Curry and family on Highland avenue during, the absence of, Mr. Irwin in Mexico. Mr. W. O. A.nderson and daughter Gertrude returned Sunday from Ex celsior Springs, Mo. ... Mr., and -Mrs. Chas. C. Croskey and daughter Louise of - Chicago are visit ing at the home of their parents, Mrs. A. V. Beronius. 626 Western avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob - Hlnden of Strong City are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Dlftehderfer. ' , r Mrs.-S. Stanton' is,' spending a few days in Wamego. Mr. F. S. Skeen of St. Louis has Joined Mrs. "Skeen who has been the guest for some time of . her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Dlffenderfer. They will leave for St. Louis Sunday. Mrs. Kimball of California Is the guest of her cousins. Dr. and Mrs. Anton Smith. Mr. Charles MeCabe- of. Memphis, To Remove Freckles Pimples In Ten Days, W-JtW CREAM, a new dia COTery, sold nnder a positive ruarnte, and money refunded if it fails to remove freckles, pimples, liver spots, tan, B&llowness, . collar discolorations, black heads and eruptions of the skin, no matter of how long standing. Ordinary oases in 1" d,Yfl t, worst la' Sal days. Leaven the skin clear, soft, healthy and beautiful. No possible harm can result from its use- Endorsed by thousands of grateful ladles. oOo. and $1.00 by leading druggists ox mail. JWHONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris, Tnr. Sold by Gatlln Drus Co.. Fred Snow and other druggists. 0 AND- MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS SV2T WANTED MALE , HTT P. WANTED T!ams to haul brick... Brick Co.. 214 E. 6th st. MOLER barber colege, Kansas City; Mo.) teaches the trade by free clinic and care ful instructions in few weeks, positions waiting for every body who will learn. Write for particulars. ' , WANTED Strong man to help in wash ing. Mutual Laundry, 3d and Quincy. $20 WEEKLY salary and .traveling ex penses will be paid o two competent bus iness men. Call room 121. Copeland hotel. - r WANTED- . " A man to work on farm near the city.,' . F. J. Bartel, 2039 Van Buren St. WANTED Man for general farm work, ' $25 per month. J. M. Quail, Pauline. WANTED Man to do ' milking and ; chores. 121 Polk st, r. - ... Tenn., has arrived to jpin Mrs. Me Cabe who is visiting :her.; parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Edson. Mrs. C. E. Hawley has Teturned from a visit -to '.hervdaughter, Mrs. Walter Shoemaker of Independence. Mr. and Mrs. M. FuRigby have re turned from Manitou, Cpl, accom panied by their grandson, Millard Rigby. ". Mr. Eugene Sallee of '. Kansas City has Joined Mrs. Sallee on a . visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith. Mrs. A. C. T. Geiser; of Oberlln Kan., is the guest of . Mrs. J. C, Ema hixer and Mrs. H. A;. Speilman. i Miss Frances Walsh- Is the guest- of relfttlves in Des Moines, Iowa. : Mr. Louis G. Irwin of Burlington, Vt., Is the guest of Mrs. Edward King on College Hill. : Miss Myra Tompkins Is the guest of Miss Ann Troutman On the Troutman ranch near Silkvllle. Mrs. K. R. Stewart of La Junta, Col., Is in Kansas City,' but will return to -Topeka the last of 'the week for a longer visit before4 leaving for La Junta. SANTAftROTES ; H. G. Gilmore Is-now working in . the local ticket-off Ice. is -, : Train No. '"'2 Is Btx'tatnirs late owing to a ueranment in ijoioraao. i .Engines Nos, 931 aha 536 VerC brought in yesterday from Newton". Engines No. 91A and. 849, have been re ceived In the local shops rpr repairs. P. E. Kalen ol th(Wineral offices is In Albuquerque .pn 'a 'Vuitjesa. trip; : Fireman Roy jHopvjer -itasl returned to work after an, ... illneejs; of a couple, .of weeks. r. , ,. ! Engineer John Hand Is laying off in the local pool and Engineer LinkGallety Is in his place. rr.ni -: Winiam'ADyer,' a machinist ln--"the shops, isiaylng off I0r a. few days on ac count or EicKness.. Fireman Gus Lundquist who has been laving off in the local vards for several aays has returned to. work. Fireman James Bostio who has been laying off for several' weeks on account of sickness has returned to work.. Brakeman Ike Robblns of runs Nos. 105 and 106 has returned to work after a vacation of a couple of weeks. Engineer Hansen of Las Vegas Is In the local hospital where he Is being treated for injuries received recently. Cohductor Coddlngton . is running in the place of Conductor. Peterson on runs Nos. 121 and 122 between Topeka and St. Joseph. " -: r. -? c: - . . fifirfneer Wootan ol Argentine has been regularly assigned to the work train at .Osage City in the place' of En gineer E. D-Webb. . ;- General Purchasing Agent of the San ta Fe W. E. Hodges after spending yes terday in Topeka on a business trip left last flight for Colorado on No. 9. . Construction- superintendent of the telegraph department of - the Santa Fe is in Newton and other .western points on a business trip. ? f M. S. Taliaferro.' special representa tive of the Santa Fe land department. is in .. Albuquerque and. other western points on, a business trlP- Engineer Hake who has been running on runs- Nos.. Ill and 112 over the cutoff for several years has been assigned to runs Nos; 115 and ilfr between. Kansas City and Newton. Harrison Fortney.- a nineteen year old brakeman on the Santa Fe, was killed yesterday In an accident-at Norborne, Mo. - He had r been with the Santa. Fe but a short time and his home was in Marcellne, E. F. Fuller, who has- been employed for several years as operator of the in terlocking plant at Second street, has resigned his position- to accept a similar one with the coast lines at Pasadena.- . Engineer Cooper has returned to work on the Marcellne runs after having been off for a couple of weeks and has re lieved Engineer Connelly of Marcellne who was running In his place. Engi neer Connelly has returtied to his home In Marcellne.. Business car No. 407 -which Is used by Division-Superintendent J. M. Kurn of the -Rio Grande division at Laa Vegas has been turned out of the shops where it has been receiving general over hauling since the time card meeting and waa transferred, to Las . Vegas yester day. - .,- - - - .-, A Santa Fe special train is now mak ing a tour of the Denveri Enid & Gulf. General Superintendent Fr- Ci Fox .and R. J.' Parker,' J. Rv Koontz, general freight agent; J. W. Nowers, -car ac countant; F-. J. -Easley, division- super intendent, and Trainmaster Shaffer of Newton and W. F.-Buck, mechanical superintendent, -compose. the .party. - .J.Bin Johnson Arrested. . Bill Johnson Is the classic name 6f a i negro who was arrested last night by officers Bryant and Dusenberry for stealing a hat from a- North Topeka druggist. After his arrest Bill John son, got "fussy" and resisted. the of ficers.: Wherefqre he will get; an ex tra dose when he ' appears in police court this afternoon. ' ' . "Hoot mon. The Kilties are coming." I JSJJJJAJJf DON'T YOU KNOW WESTLAWN OFFERS YOU, MORE FOR YOUR MONEY THAN ANY OTHER LQ- : i CATION IN TOPEKA? YOU OUGHT TOO, BY THIS TIME. 1P. TU WANT TO LIVE IN THE BEST NEIGHBORHOOD. WHERE EVERYONE OWNS HIS OWN HOME " IF YOU WANT .TO SEE YOUR PROPERTY INCREASING IN VAL UE EVERY DAY IF YOU WANT AN ARTISTIC HOME. WITH EVERY CONVEN IENjICE . AND COMFORT . COME TO WESTLAWN. ' HOMES ALL MODERN, $3.W0 UP. NOT A DOLLAR TO SPEND AFTER MOVING IN. - -.- ; .- lots 3uo up. .. . ', . ; O. D.. LYTLE, MANAGER, 824 LANE. - ' THE STRAUSS AGENCY, SOLE AGTS 107, E. SEVENTH ST. . . :, " ' "' ' TOPEKA, KAN. SEE US QUICK If you have an outside property, $1,806 to j-',, to exenange ror room modern home, fine location. S blocks west of Kan sas ave. .. Mortgage difference 6 per . cent. 107 K. Seventh St. ' LOST A Duber gladiator watch with El gin works. No. 6432619 on works.. H. S. N. Y. on dlRV plate. A reward, and no questions asked if returned to William Gorden, 400 E. 8th st. FOR SALE 6 room 2 story house, 8 lots, all; inclosed, $1,350. Will take team on payment. 1218 N. Taylor st. ; - 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. 1235. WAXTEB MALE HELP. ' WANTED An experienced tinner at once. . fc-aet side Hardware ana lui snop, itj E. 6th st. W A VTFT PKMATE HETjI. WANTED Dining room girl and cham bermaid. Midland hotel. 4th and Quincy. WANTED A German or Swede girl for general housework, no wasning or iron ing, small family. 333 Greenwood ave. Ind. phone 787. $20 WEEKLY salary and traveling ex penses will be paid to three energetic la dles. Call- room 121, Coceland hotel. WANTEn-fiomOetent white girl for gen eral housework, good wages, no washing. 310 E. 5th st. WANTED A competent girl for general housework at (SL xoaeica ave. WANTED A competent housekeeper. Ap ply 318 Toneka ave. WAVTKT) MISCKTitAXTTOr. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H. M. Bush. Ind. phone 3214. luio ju. Bin si. WANTED Cotton rags for cleaning ma chinery; must t washed. State Journal efflce. " WANTED Good 4 hole coal range, with water back if possible. Address W. W., ca.e Journal, - - . .; WANTED-r-Alt my friends to know 'that : I Just received 100.000 more of those good safe dividend paying Shares to sell at 10c that have been so much lately called for anil that comes so highly recommended f for the people - to invest in. (The other two .large diocks navenu uccu u j ...... i. . . Topeka people and this is the third.) Old Mexico Js a grand old place to inal-.e quick fortunes. See me right away, as fh frrloi will soon bo 25c. M. A. i'onai 4eo9:Kasas aye.-: :' .wit;- . 1. 1 .i i i WAKTF.Iafloiti-cfllvesi' $4.60 to- $5.00: mecun-nt catves ,jt,ou to t w. only: .good calves. :Ch,ag. Wolff Packing -..(... M-'ri rT rtrrTTirfa .tivea mta And over coats. Don't throw 'em away. I win caH 'Davbte tirlces for them. Gordon, 43a Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1490. '"F6r RErT ROOMS. FOR RENT 10 unfurnished rooms, single or en suite,' gas and water, located two blocks from ave. Ciooa neignoornooa. van - - TIC X" q v- aa c a i-rn FOR RENT Furnished room, gentlemen only. 908 W. 8th. ind. szi 3. . FOR RENT Furnished rooms, also 8 for light housekeeping. 212 E. 9tn st. FOR RENT Well furnished rooms, modern,- one front, with alcove. 414 W, 7th. FOR RENT Suite 6f unfurnished rooms, 1st fl crvr oIq- Hnf urnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping 2d floor.Splen- did location.- inquire 716 w. Bin st. FOR RENT Unfurnished and furnished rooms, 1st floor, housekeeping, lzia viay. FOR RENT--trhfurnIshed rooms for light . housekeeping, gas and water. -Inquire at 1226 Jackson St. FOR RENT Furnished front room with bath. -.811 North jumcy St. . FOR RENT Large south front room with board. 212 W. 8th St. FOR RENT 2 nice rooms upstairs, the drug man 732 Kansas ave. Ask FOR RENT 10 unfurnished rooms, single or en suite, gas and water, located two blocks f.-om ave. Good neighborhood. Call at 718 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 3 large parti" furnished rooms, all moaern convenience, line iu- catlon. Exclusive upstairs, inquire 710 West eth st. FOR RENT Apartments la Lenox, flats. I. Earnum, ma. skm. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms; everything moaern. M2 wuincy. . FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Brand new 4 room house. Tnnclrn Tn VPBtJnfint & LOatl CO.. rOOltlS 1-2 Veale block. Ind. phone 1307. FOR RENT 7 room, ' all modern, new house, 1219 Jackson St. .J. C. WaUaoe, Either phone 140. . - ; sa FOR RENT Modern 5 room houfje 1331 Quincy St. itucpie. urn, yimuc FOR RENT Newly papered 9 room mod ern bouse at o xayior -. FOR RENT 2 modern houses, - close In; also 1718 Fillmore St., $11. gas and barn: Wilson, "415 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1394. - FOR RENT 4 houses In Veale's addition on IxiCUSl. inquire i m. om . FOR RENT Cheap, completely furnished. modern B room nouse, pain, m1"". etc. excellent location, win rent ior a months if taken within next few days. Address at once G. W., care Journal. FOR RENT 4 room cottage with gas, 42 Chestnut St. uu yw Hi, atn ai- FOR RENT Modern 6 room house. 219 E. 11th. Inquire 827 xopeta ave. FOR RENT New modern 8 room house. close In, 415 E. 7tn St. uaii wi jenerson. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT One-half Of S good front office rooms, gas and telephone. j. Bia- coe, 523 Kansas ave. . FOR RENT Store room 123 W. 7th st. Inquire 813 Kansas ave. FOR SALE -REAL ESTATE. HERE IS A BARGAIN A house of 6 rooms, 3 full lots, fine shade. Price $1,650. Between 6th and 7th streets, on east side. For full particulars address - P. O. Box 337. CltyJ wheat. corn and alfalfa lands: In Rooks. Graham and Trego countiesi Palco Is headquarters for these lands, wide famed for their fertility and productive ness. You have heard of the famous Par adise Flats. I can sell you a farm ther for $15 to $35 an acre, according to loca tion and improvements. Do you know the land if you don't you should. Write to J. -E. Robeson, Palco, Kan. . . ONE. "of the prettiest cottages' In city. Strictly modern. W, lots, fine sria de- fruit, barn, -710 Lane street; also modern house Of 7 rooms, shade, fruit, at 1315 W.-7th st. Inquire on premises. GEO. M. VOBLB A CO.. PCAL ESTATE!, LOANS), INRUFANCB Some Special Farms and City Bargain. S5 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOS"FICE. FOR SALE; 640 acre ranch 200 acres In cultivation and 40 acres in alfalfa land, good frame house, only 4 miles from the railroad. Price $15 per acre. Terms rea sonable. Address E. A. Kramer. Plain vllle. Rooks Co.. Kan. - - . WHY NOT- Buy one of these nice h6mes' and save that rent money? 1328 Harrison, S rooms, entirely mod ern, $3,630. . 1510 Kansas ave., 5 rooms, modern,' $1,950. 617 West st., 5 room cottage, partly mod ern, nice shade and lawn, $1,750 907 Lincoln, new all modern, finely fin ished in oak, with maple floors and every convenience, $4,100. .. . 930 West, new, all modern, elegantly fin ished and very complete, $4,500. 1326 Tyler St., 6 rooms, nice location, $1, 650. THE STRAUSS AGENCY. Sole Agents 107 E. Seventh St. -, Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE By owner.almost new 8 room modern house, near Central park, cash or payments. C. J., State Journal. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. .- FOR SALE Second cut alfalfa hay, clean and fine.. Delivered. , Ind. phone 11362. FOR SALE Detroit Jewell gas range. In ' good condition. 1409 Harrison st--. FOR SALE Good Jersey family cow six years old. 1367 Harrison st. .; FOR SALE Buggy and " harness,' com plete. 407 Tyler St. - ' ' " FOR SALE Lady's desk and chair, oak, oil finish, $7. 611 Quincy. Merchants" T. &-S-0.. M t ' r 'MWIJ' 1 .- ' m t I . .1 - BICYCliE' BARGAINS, -g4od second hand" wheels from $S up. Good tires $3.50. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 810 Kansas ave. OLD JEWELRY made new berg's, 507 Kansas ave. , at Fried- FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow and calf. 13C1 Western ave. FOR SALE Sound young driving horse, city' broke. 1301 Quincy St.. Bell 2626. FOR SALE Young heifer fresh in May. Will sell on payments. 123 Oakland ave. j. to. $rown. . - - THE BEST American mainsprings for American watcnes at Frledberg'St 607 iv-ansas ave. FOR SALE Almost new Davenport. Call at 8i3.'J.yier st. FOR-SALE 500 business carols for $l.zt; COG envelopes $1.25: 500 letter heads $1.50. See them; 1st class printing at proper, tlonate rates. TRA PP. 714 Kansnt ave. FOR SALE Good surrey. Locust st. Inquire at 1011 FOR SALE Sow, S pigs, 2 sows, fallow soon, 1 male hog, , 1 shoat. 512 West Railroad St. . FOR SALE Horse, buggy, harness, and spring wagon. 463" Chester, ave., $50. BALM OF FIGS, marvelous remedy for ladies' Ills Thousands cured. 1J.19,W. 10th. Ind. 1126-4. Mrs. Battey,. mgr. FOR SALE Horse, harness and buggy, harness and buggy new, horse city broke, suitable for lady t drive. Address 126$ Van Buren .st. Ind. ahone 6924. . FOR SALE Fine stock of dry goods. clothing, shoes .ana notions, in a soon town in western Karisao. Will sell or trade for land.. Address A. M. King, Plalnvllle. Kan. LOST AND FOUND. FOUNDGold rimmed nose glasses. In- quire at Journal office. LOST In the vicinity of Washburn a la- dv s grey rain coat. Please return to 1269 Western ave. and receive reward. LOST Sunday, gold chain and cross.. Re ward ror return to vzz n;. ttn at. - LOST Bunch of about 7 keys on avenue. E. 4th or W. 6th. Leave at Cremerie restaurant. Reward. LOST Sat. near Station B or on Wash - burn car, blue velvet Jewel case contain ing a locket and chain with M. B. H. as monogram, a, diamond ring tiff nay set ting and 2 gold collar pins. Liberal re ward offered if raturned to 213 Topeka av. MISCELLANEOUS. TOPEKA' Scrap Iron & Fuel Co., nlghest prioe- paid - for -discarded machinery. Write for prices. Srd and Jackson. Topeka LEGAL. First published ' In rThe Topeka State journal uiy v, iwi.j ' OFFICE OP.THE BOARD OF ED UCATION. Topeka, Kan., July 8, 1907. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the board of - education until E o'clock p. m. Monday, August 6, 1907, for supplying the public schools bf the city of Topeka with coal for the -yrar 1907-1908, as follows: Clean Burlingame lump, screened; Frontenae or Weir City, clean domestic nut, free from slack; Frontenae or Weir City slack. The board will take Into consideration the quality of the coal and not necessar ily give the contract to the lowest bidder. " Bids will be received for supplying all the schools, or those on the north and south sides of the river separately. The LEGAL. f1??, reuired will be about 1.408 tons u i iu ."3 uj me ton. All coal to be delivered in such quan tities and at such times in the coal houses and weighed on such scales as the board may designate, at the expense pf the con tractor, f . , ,.A certified check for $100.00, payable to tne board of education, must accompany each bid. to be forfeited in case the suc cessful bidder fails to enter Into contract within three days after the award. ' A satisfactory bond for $1.000. will be requir ed for the faithful performance of the contract. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. . By order Of the Board of Education m J- E. STEWART. Clerk. BfOXET. MONEY tn loan on live f0!1 ecurny. household goods, typewrit. era. W. E. SeKuine,-413 K, A. Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also ' personal property. You can pay bacit .y . .wee r month, Topeka Invest, ment & Loan Ce. KOoma 14 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property. St? nt weii wil1 Pay off loan $3 ?r Sr. r nninam, notary Uc. 906 E. 4th st. Either phone $77. notary pub MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or. trans, typewriters, household goods and pj-rwnal yeenrlty. L. Bfscoe. S23 Kan. sve BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. v2' C?XLE C..' 118 S- Eighth. National & Iver-Jonnaon bicycles. Supplies, repairs. JWBOM rr MAT CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-I will not be responsible or any debts con tracted by my wife. Mrs. Lula Campbell. Signed: Lee Campbell. FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS. FOUNDERS, machinists and pattern .mS Topeka Foundry. 31& gJO and. 822 Jackson st. Both phone 4. , UNDERTAKERS. " ESTABLISHED 36 years, G. B. Palmes funeral director. Masonic Temple, 621 Jackson st. Both chones 146. Ik M. PENWELI funeral director tad . embalmer. First class service, rsason? able pricea 511 Quincy st. Both phones 18i JEWELERS. clan. Complete Lock of aninhu i.. monds. silverware, etc Eyes examined , and soectnclea properly fitted. ' FREE mSPENSART. - MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. . 202 Monroe st. Conducted by rcgulai practicing physicians and surgeons. Md. leal service free. Medicine free in soma cases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. '""alia answered night or day. Ind. pbone 41. ' ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HALL JTKVK-Tiwis Expert examiner of abstract. Legal na. pern executed. Money loaned. Special 15-va of 2,500. Must be city property. 4U Kao- sns ave. Fhone 1577. PATENTS. 3. A. ROSEN, pateat attorney. 423 Kan.- PHTSICIANS AND SURGEONS. " R. O. KHOADES. M. D. Piles Secmll iJX Jvansaa avenue. Ind. phone 4a, iioura; 10 to 12; 2 to C; 70 to iM." ' : IDA C. BARNES. M. D. teenth and Clay.,r,Onlce hours: a. m. to U a. m. and 3 p. ni: to 6 p. m. Both phones 16 residence 'an 'Ind. 131 office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases , of women, vrith private hospital. Office 031 Kansas ave. SANITARIUMS. ' CH.RISTS HOSPITAL COTTAOE3 for the care and treatment of nervous la. valids. alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. s. Lindsay, M. V.. 829 K. A.. Topeka. Kan. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, BOWERS & KEARNS. contractors am builders. Job wwk carefully done. 13 W. 7th. Phone SEiS. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder. has moved his shop to 728 Jackson sc. Ind. phone 1244. " MACHINE SHOPS. MOWERS ground. id. factory proc B Howard. 710 K rocese. 75c Tel. 503. Harry an. ave. PAVTNO CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BP.ICK fe PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th st. Mfgrfc of building, pavinir and aidewallr brick. FLORISTS. HOME GHOWN CUT FLOWERS, flora designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James tlayes, till W. 8th st. j. C RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow. ors, plants, designs, decorations. 10 W. Elrhth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Moo. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER it STORAGM Co., packs, ships and- stores household goods. Tel. US. Clarence Sklnnar, $U Quincy St. STALLIONS. ARENA. 2:11, champion Kansas trotter, at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Bali phone 762. R. I. Lee. JVTK5LESJiLERS THE COL'GHLIN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fin, tools. 706 Kao as ave. Phone 80. RLACK SMITH. PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. IS. Lutes. oil Kansas ave. inn. pnone nil VETERINARY SURGEONS. DBS? TOtJNft" & BYERLEYTrMerUiary surgeons, 426 Quincy st. Both phones. WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 517 Quincy; have employed a good horseshoer from K. C. and wb guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give hin a trial. W. T. niil W. 8. Lawless. JVOTICK. NOTICE Mission meetings at X12 N. Kansas ave., are closed. L. W. Jackson. NOTICE Anyone knowing whereabout of Gustavus A. Guenther, or his heirs, will please communicate with 8. K. Bar ber, manager Aetna Life Insurance Co Topeka. Kan.