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XHE TOPEKA DAILY STATS JOITRNAIr TUESDAY EVENING, JULI 16, 1907.
9 CHAUTAUQUA Tonight DR. THOMAS E GREEN ON Tempear Knights CONCERT Wilbur Star Concert Co. Program for Tomorrow PATRIOTIC DAT. 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. 9:00 a. m. Bible Lecture, Dr. W. M. Patten, "The Land of the Book," Coun cil tent. 10:00 a. m. Mrs. Margaret Hill Mc Carter, "Summer Mornings with the Poets," Council tent. 10:30 a. m. Address by Senator Chas. Curtis of Kansas, "A Trip to Panama," Auditorium. 11:00 a. m. Domestic Science, Miss Margaret Haggart, "Batters and Dough Mixtures," Council tent. 2:00 p. m. Wilbur Star Concert com pany. 2:30 p. m. Addresses hy Col.. Win. WTarner, senator from Missouri; Dr. B. K. Boyl, of Atchison; Congressman W. A. Calderhead; Congressman D. R. An thony; Mrs. E. E. Forter, Marysville. 4:00 p. m. United Mission Study, Mrs. John P. White, "Methods of Modern Mission," Council tent. 4:00 p. m. Marvin Williams, sketches. 6:00 p. m. C. L. S. C. Council Hour, In charge of Women's Auxiliaries G. A. R. 7:30 p. m.- -Wilbur Star Concert com- pany. 8:30 p. m. Nat Apache Warpath." M. Brigham, Illustrated. "The The $1.00 ticket, good for six admissions, can still be had at Stansfield's. Single admission tickets 25 cents. AIR DOME GET THE HABIT THE BEST IN THE WEST W00LF0RD STOCK CO. In a Repertoire of High Class Plays TONIGHT A GAY BACHELOR Old maids and bachelors are cordially invited. Admission always the same. 10 AND 20 CENTS Next Week draco May ward PERFECTION WICK fume OIL STOVE HAND SAPOLIO It ensure an enjoyable, invigor ating bath ; makes every pore respond, removes dead skin, ENERGIZES THE WHOLE BODY starts the circulation, and leave a glow equal to a Turkish bath. LI. GROCERS AMD DR.UGOISTP 8 -M H lllWIHHl..,JM. 11 B SAFE CONVENIENT ECCIotuCA I 1 1 If yotir 6eler don't handle It, write to 'A y, THE STANDARD Oil. COMPANY! EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period, it is paid oft. aThe only sure way for most people. " We can assist you. Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 634 KANSAS AVE. L. M. PENYVELL. Undertaker and Embalmer. 611 Quincy StraeU Eotb Phones 192 everybody reads The State Journal. How the sympathetic heart goes out to the people one sees on the trains nowadays going away for extended kin visits! If people must visit they should visit in the winter time but the majority choose the hottest season -of the year for this formidable undertaking. See a tired mother with her one, two, three or more babies starting off on a boiling July day for a "rest." Think of the trip, alone the worry and fuss of tak ing care of the children in a stuffy, crowded Pullman car! In order to keep them half way presentable or even a short trip the mother must take a quantity of luggage and in spite of ail her fussing they arrive at their desti nation with sailed clothes, sticky Ang ers and unkempt hair. And the moth er's troubles are only begun. The change in climate, water, diet and hab its unsettles the children physically and morally. Children are always ill when they are visiting and they get so much petting and so much attention from in dulgent kin that they return home so spoiled that it takes six months of home discipline to restore them to tneir natural condition of sweetness and good nature. No woman visiting kin is allowed to feed her children what she wants " them to have, their naps are interrupted and their whole routine of systematic living which keeps them well and happy at nome is aisturoea. As for the mother, herself, who went away for rest and recreation, little does she get of it. What with taking care of sick babies, trying to keep them al ways dressed immaulate and herself presentable and running around to the heavy, elaborate indigestible "eats" which are inevitable incidents of a kin visit her vacation is a nightmare. When she has time to think at all she. thinks with regret of the weeks spent in hur ried, worried preparation, of the money spent on the trip, of the flowers wither ing in the window poxes ana garaen ai home, the house collecting dust ana moths, the cat left to the indifferent ministrations of the neighbor and thi husband eating "down town" and spending his evenings at his club. She says to herself that if she gets home this time with all the children alive she will never leave again but by the next summer she has forgotten the miserable experience and is off again some boiling July day with two suit cases and a bag, an alcohol lamp and a collection of bottles for baby's milk, and a bunch of sweet, clean, healthy and happy children to crowd into one drawing room for a long railway Jour ney and for what? Just in order t live up to the middle class tradition i a summer vacation lor every memoer of the family but the husband and father. Mrs. Frank Squires will entertain Wednesday evening for Miss Martha Parker, who is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Harry Larimer, and Miss Estelle Conway of Cottonwood Falls who is visiting Mrs. K. W. Ellis. The Owls will give a picnic tomorrow afternoon at Cedarcrest for Miss Ethel Stone of Emporia, who Is the guest of Miss Una Lytle. Here is Mrs. John J. Ingalls' cele brated recipe for blackberry jam: Look over.- a gallon of blackberries, wash -and- drain-. Pour in a preserving kettle, pourin a pint of water and cook until soft, stirring and mashing with a wooden spoon to break up the fruit. Take care that it does not scorch. Take from the fire and press through a wire sieve Into a stone Jar. Do not use tin. Stir . this pulp thoroughly. Take a quart , of the pulp and put in a kettle with a quart of sugar measured right, ( and previously heated in the oven. Bring to a boil, cook rapidly for 15 or 20 minutes, until It jellies when drop ped in a cold saucer. Pour into small Jars and when cold seal. Repeat ths cooking with another quart of the pulp until all has been used. The jam is easier and better prepared a quart at a time. It Is a good plan in hot weather to prepare the berries one day, set away in the cellar and make the Jam in the cool of the next morning. Mrs. L. H. Greenwood will enter tain informally this evening for Miss Irene ue Vore of Oskaloosa, Iowa. A college boy living in a Kansas village finding the routine of a dull arid idle vacation and the henpeckinsr For a Good Complexion, Health and Beauty. OR Clear Eyes Pure Complexion Sweet Breath Clean Tongue Calm Nerves Good Temper Eat a Cascaret whenever you suspect you need it. Carry a little 10c Emergency box constantly with you, in your Purse or Pocket. When do you need one ? When your Tongue is coated When you have Heartburn, Belching, Acid Risings In Throat When Pimples begin to peep out. When your stomach Gnaws and Burns. That's the time to check coming Constip ation, Indigestion and Dyspepsia. That's the time to take a Cascaret One tablet taken whenever you suspect you need it will insure you against 90 per cent ef all other ills likely to attack you. Cascarets don't purge, don't weaken, don't Irritate, nor upset your stomach. They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to contract and propel the Food naturally past the little valves that mix Digestive Juices with Food. This stronger action produces greater nutrition from food and perfect elimination of useless materials, It makes the blood purer, healthier and more reconstructive, insuring a fine, clear color and complexion. Then carry the little ten-cent box con stantly with you in your purse, and' take a Cascaret whenever you suspect you need It. All Druggists sell them over ten million boxes a year, for six years. Be very careful to get the genuine. made only by the Sterling Remedy Com pany and never sold In bulk. Every tablet stamped "CCC." . . 751 of hia older sisters wearing . on his nerves, decided to come" to Topeka and get a position for the summer. The morning he left he had a quarrel with "the girls' which finally Involved the whole family, so In hia adieux he ignored everybody except the maid-of-ali-work, the only member of the household with whom ho was , on friendly terms. He found a position in Topeka and was told to report for duty at seven the next morning. He was so afraid that he would oversleep and be late for work the first day that he put his watch under his pillow and lay awake most of the night scratch ing matches every mteen nimuica m see what time it was and he was up at five o'clock wandering around the streets waiting for tho place where he was to work to open up. A mother took her four children on a long railway journey. The first day she sent the two older girls into the dining car alone while she fed the two little ones in the drawing room. When thev had finis-hed and the waiter brought her their check she found that they had eaten three dollars' worth of cereals and cream. "Your ha'r." said one of her grown up friends to little Betty Histed the other dav. "looks like a fright." "Well," said Betty, "I can't take It oft and comb it like you do yours. In a Kansas town a woman issued invitations for a "White Elephant party." Every guest was to bring something that she could find no use for, and which was too good to throw away. The party would have been a great success, but - for an - unlooked development, which broke it up Eleven of the nineteen women brought their husbands. The onion game is a late fad. One of the girls takes a bite out of a raw onion. The boys pay ten cents apiece for guesses of who bit the onion. Those who guess correctly get to kiss ail the other girls, while those who guess incorrectly must kiss the girl who bit the onion. Mrs. A. who is one of the busiest of the V. G.'s, having heard a choice bit of scandal went to see Mrs. B. the other day and impart her information. "O, Mrs. B., exclaimed, "I can't believe it. "Yes, indeed," insisted Mrs. A. "I know it's true." "Well," said Mrs. B. "It seem too terrible but do go on and tell me more about it." But Mr. B. who was in the next room had stood for about all he could and he appeared in the door and said: "Maria, I am ashamed of you 3nd I am surprised at you, Mrs. A. What can you be thinking of to spread sucn scandal. The girls you are talking about are good and innocent I am sure and if they were not you have daughters of your own and if you look after them a mother should you will have rio i time to be slandering otner gins." 4 There is some talk of a . Carnegie medal for Mr. B. and it Is a safe bet there Is not another man in the state who would show an equal amount of courage in a similar situation. Mrs. Nellie R. Dunning left today for" a several weeks' visit in Topeka, Law rence, Kansas City and Chicago. Con cordia Kansan. When a big, fat, healthy woman goei away for a summer trip leaving her hus-' band toiling at home she will apologize for it by saying, "Well. I declared that I wouldn't go a step without Him but He couldn't get away and insisted on my going alone and I was in such a condition I would have gone All '. to Pieces if I hadn't." Hat!H and Personal Mention. , General and Mrs. J. N. Roberts of Lawrence and Mrs. Herbert Armstrong will leave about August 1 to spend the remainder of the summer at their cot- tage at Isle Royale, Mich. Judge J. S. West has returned from a visit to his mother in Fort Scott. Miss Bertha Rowles left today with Mrs. L. C. Prunty and Miss Florence Rowles of Wamego for the City of Mexi co to visit Mr. Carroll Prunty. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Channing Allen and their son David and Mrs. M. A. Untmethun of Kansas City in company with Mrs. E. G. Orear of Maryville, Missouri, will leave Wednesday for Min neapolis, St. Paul and Prior Lak. Mrs. J. C. Emahizer left yesterday for Des Moines, Towa. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Parsons are visiting in Wabaunsee county.' ' Mr. Z. G. Hopkins spent Sunday in Salina. ' Lawrence World: Mr. and Mrs. "R. B. Broadhead and their little daughter, Elizabeth Reed, will leave soon for Asbury, N. J., and Washington, D. C. Miss Estelle Conaway, of Cottonwood Falls, is expected tomorrow from Kan sas City where she has been visiting for a few weeks and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ellis, 623 Tenth avenue, west. Kansas City Star:" Miss Norma Wheeler left Friday for Denver, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Charles Hatfield. In August Miss Wheeler will Join a house party in the mountains. Atchison Globe: Misses Mary Mac Lennan and Henrietta Alexander, of Topeka, will arrive next Thursday to visit Miss Helen Hackney. Mr. Leland Warner is here from Kan sas City for a short visit to hia par ents. Mr. and Mra J. S. Warner. Emporia Gaz6vte:Miss Ellen Meldrum of Topeka, is the guest or her sister, Mrs. Joseph Hill. Ottawa Herald: Ward Page, of To- neka. who had been visiting Mrs. Page who is the guest of her parents. Sena tor and Mrs. A. W. Benson, returned to his home this morning. Mrs. E. B. Lockwood left Monday for her home in Stamford, Conn., after a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. W. Jewell. Mrs. B. T. Richards and her son. Wayne, of La Junta, Col., are visiting her sister, Mrs. A. T. Shreve. Mrs. William A. Powers and son, Chalton, leave Wednesday for a month's visit In the east. Mr. Hervey F. Warren left Saturday for Canada and New York, and will re turn by way of Jamestown, "Va. - Hutchinson News: Mrs. Frank Hetn- erington and. son.-.Frank and daughter Dorothy, have returned - nome. to jto peka after a short visit with Mrs. A. C. Hoagland Miss Cora Sponsler and Mr. Lewis Sponsler left today for a two days' visit with friends In Topeka en route to Aledo, 111., where they will visit relatives until Septem ber. Dr. and Mrs. W. w. Yates and daughter Evelyn have returned from a two weeks' trip In Colorado. Major Alvarado M. Fuller has re turned from a week s visit at Fort Riley. Mrs. Waring ana Mrs. J. li. Hocn returned to Marion yesterday after a visit to Mrs. E. W. Hoch. Miss Jessie ' Campbell 1 has gone to Leavenworth to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Joab " Mulvane and grandson, David Hughes, left today for Crab Lake. -Minn. Mrs. George W. Veale went to Swissdale. Kan., today to spend a week on the Veale ranch. Miss Maud . Babst of Denver is spending a few days with Miss Eleanor Sims. Miss Sims will " go to Glasco, Kan., next week to attend a house par ty to be given by Miss Eva Noel. Miss Sue liodgers will go to .Kansas rvn AND' MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS WAVTET- MALK HELP. WANTED Laborers and ear men to ship out to R. R. shops, : bridge carpenters, house carpenters $3.50: farm hands $26; man and wife for farms and hotels, yard man, white porter, house man, hotel help, pastry cooks, arm waiters, baker's helper, laundrv engineer, . night cook, barn men; laborers for stone crushing. Capital Em ployment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED White bell boy at the Throop hotel. . .... WANTED Man and wife cooks for New Mexico, $65.00 mo. Free' transportation. Cap. Emp. Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED Colored boy to. attend horses -and yard. Steady job, good wages. Call at once 310 E. 5th- St.- .-, WANTED A first-class finisher and two Kshinpt makers. No others need apply. Southwestern Furniture. Mfg. Co., 114-116 Jackson st. .,..".. WANTED 3 married couples for New Mexico - hotels, steady -Work, free pass. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 811 Kansas Ave. - WANTED Man to. chores. 721 Polk St. do milking and MEN WANTED. -200, RAILROAD LABORERS. For Texas $2.00 per .Day. Steady Work. Cap. Employment Agency, 811 Kan. Ave. City tomorrow to - visit Mrs. R. R. Garvin. ' ' '- " Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rigby left to day for Manitou, Denver and Salt Lake City, Utah. , - Miss-Ethel Paige Jias returnea 10 Leavenworth after a visit to Miss Clyde Borebrake. : - Miss Katharine -M-cFarland is the guest of - Mrs. Otis jerkins in .Law rence. - - Miss Elinor Armentrout is in Coun cil Grove attending the chautauqua. Miss Frances Lawior returnea. irom a visit in Eskridge last night. Virginia Flower., the little daughter of Mrs. Court. Flower of Sedana. Mo is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. R. C. Miller of 711 west Tentn street. Mlsa flora Miller Of . Joplin. MO., 1 spending her vacation', with Mra. pr. Xfio' Weien Sharitt ' afnr"TiIiss Ger- traude Mulvane. who are the guests of Mica Rinnr-hA Ttohrer at Isabel. Kan., will go to Wichita next Friday to at tend a dance at the' -Country club. Miss Bess Donahue of El Paso, lei., will arrive the last of the week for a. visit to Miss-Ethel uayi. " Emporia Gazette:' -i Mr. ana Mrs. a RmriM. who have been visitmg friends and relatives In -town for the past few days, -left mis morning ior Topeka, where' they :wm visit Deiore returning to their liofaiij in Belolt. Miss Anna Kanrs -ana ivuss Mua Benson left Sunday for a two weeks visit ir. Nebraska. ' Mr. and Mrs. . Bacon 01 usage visited Sunday with their son, Mr. W. E. Bacon of Topeka. - Fred Slater nas reiurneu irum u Jamestown exposition. He has been gone about two weeks. Mr; and Mrs. William Gordon and daughter. Miss Irma .Gordon, left today for Jamestown, New" Jersey points and Detroit, Mich., for a visit of several weeks. Miss Berenice Johnson returnea io Atchison today after a visit to Miss Ella Davis. RUINED BY SMELTER SMOKE. Fa--mcrj Sue trie Lanyon smeiter Company for Damages. Iola. Kan., July 16. Papers were filed here wherein C R. and W. S. Wolfe, farmers, ak , the-, court to grant them a judgment against the Prime Western and Cherokee Lanyon smelter company for- $4,500 tor tne alleged loss to their land because of smelter smoke. The' Wolfe brothers' farms are directly., south of the. two plants, and they claim that tneir lana it not fit for farming purposes, and that thev have no other way to use it. LTD to three years ago, they say, they could raise good crops on - the - land. Since that time the -?meltars have ruined this and they claim-It is im possible now to raise enough on the land to pay for the-labor. They also say that hay raised on the', land has killed two horses- of theirs, and has injured others, for which they want money. . .. Noise Fifth ter Needs Rest. New York, July 16 Mrs. Isaac ;rl. Rice, president of the Society for the Suppression of Unnecessary Noise, is going to Europe on the advice of Rer physicians for a long rest. Mrs. Rice, whose crusade for the abolition of nerve-destroying sounds iii New York's streets has attracted much attention, is worn out by her-strenuous efforts in campaigns of the Winter and spring. One reform Mrs. Rice has accomplish ed was to stop- the "noises outside of hospitals. In this -work she secured the co-operation - of the police and health departments. ' Lightning- Kills Thirty Hogs. Holton, Kan.. July 16. In -the Sunr day night storm 30 hogs in one pen, belonging to Frederick Stouse, wer-s killed by lightning. . Creeks left their banks and swept away several thou-. sand dollars' -worth of wheat in the. shock. ; ' - ,- Ordered to the Philippines. Washington. - July - 16.-y-Orders have been Issued by the war department for the Fifth field artillery, with headquarters.- staff and band of that , regi ment to. proceed from Fort'Leaven- NO NECESSITY FOR BEING SICKLY. The fact that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, .has restored .-- thousands of sickly men and women to ; robust health -during the past S4 years should convince anyone- that -It is -the only medicine they need.-. Try . HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS today and you start toward good health. It cures Poor Appetite. Head ache, Dyspepsia, Indigt-stion. Oostive- ness, isioaung, uwnpi or Diarrhoea, TO V A VTFTVPEM ALJ3 HET,r. WANTED Good cook at the , Holllday notei, n an Holllday. - WANTED Cleaning woman, also kitchen .Kin. m. 6ttl st. WANTED White Throop hotel. chambermaid at the WANTED 100 women for hotels. $20 to $30 mo., rjoara, room and pass; 15 women cooks, 20 house girls, hotel maids, ' pantry woman, laundry help, kitchen help. Cap- .employment Agency, Jill K.an. ave. Tft ANTED Competent white girl for gen eral housework, good wages, no washing. 310 E. 5th st. - WANTED Young lady to assist in dental office. 803 Kansas ave. WANTED An experienced white girl; must be good cook; no washing; good 401 Topeka ave. Ind. phone 145-78. CIGAR salesman wanted In your terri tory, experience unnecessary, $44 per week. Peerless Cigar Co., Toledo, O. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H. M. Bush. Ind. phone 3214. 1010 E: 8th st. OLD CLOTHES, shoes, hats and over coats, jjon t throw 'em away. 1 win call pay big prices for them. Gordon. 439 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1490.. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT 10 unfurnished rooms, single . or en suite, gas and water, located two blocks from ave. Good neighborhood. Call at 118 Kansas ayo. FOR RENT 6 rooms and bath, modern, all 2d floor. 916 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Suite of unfurnished rooms, 1st floor, also unfurnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping 2d floor.Splen did location. Inauire 715 W. 6th st. FOR RENT with board. Large 212 W. south 8th st. front room CHAUTAUQUANS not camping, room and breakfast 304 W. 8th st. . FOR RENT 4 unfurnished rooms, gas and city water, $10 this week. 621 Mor ris ave. - FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms at 135 Ty lers st. FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern modern rooms at 921 Monroe st. FOR RENT 2 comfortable cool furnished modern rooms 910 Quincy St. x FOR RENT 3 , furnished housekeeping rooms $8. Soft water. 700 E. 7th. FOR RENT Office room, single and en suite, light and comfortable. 418 Kan. ave. 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, locatea two iocks r.-om ave. liooa neignDornooa. Rt 718 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Apartments In Lenox flats. S. Barnum, Ind. 2983. JTORJENJ ajOtJSES FOR RENT Brand new 4 room house. Topeka Investment & Loan Co., rooms 1-2 Veale block. Ind. phone 1307. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, water and gas, at 323 Harrison st. Inquire 321 Har rison st. FOR RENT 5 room house, gas, 1718 Fill- more, also 2 modern houses close. Wil son, 413 Kansas ave., Ind. 1394. FOR RENT 1S22 Buchanan st. my b room house, completely furnished, - to couple without children, for 6 weeks or 2 months for- my board. FOR RENTi-Moderft 6 room cottage 1208 Jackson,- J24,ptr monthnA. C. Klingman. FOR RENT Modern - apartment in the Colonial. 1207 Tyler st: Ind. phone 6193. FOR RENT MTSCELTANEOT7S. FOR RENT-Ai floor, suitable for lodge. ' 41S Kansas ave. IST ANJ FODNTK LOST One - gray, . also., one black silk Jacket on Berryton road. Return to Smith Automobile Co. Reward. TRATFDORSTOLJEN STRAYED Large female collie dog. ward. ind. 6354. Re- STRAYED White Angora male cat. Re ward for return to 421 Topeka ave. Both phones 529. MlISCELLANEOCK WE are ready to do your tinning now. isast wide Hpwr. ana nnshop. Ind. 265. VETimiNART STOGEOSS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLYTreMrtnary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones. SANITARIUMS. CHRiSTS HOSPITAL COTTAGES foi the care and treatment of nervous In valids, alcohol and drug habitues ami mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. Lindsay. M. D.. 829 K. A.. Topek. Kan. CARPENTERS AND BtTTLDERS. UOVVKKb dc kEAKN S. contractor and builders. Job work carefully done.' U W. 1th. - Phone 3E63. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder. has moved his shop to 728 Jackson st. Ind. phone 1244. MACHINE SHOPS. MOWERS ground, factory process. 75c. Tel 503 Hnrry B Howard. 71C Kan v worth, Kan., to San Francisco for em barkation for the Philippines on a transport on September 1. The regi ment is in command of Lieutenant Colonel Adams. . Killed in Pistol Duel. Petersburg, Va., 'July 16. In a pistol duel late last night John Wheelhouse was shot and instantly killed and his nephew,- Richard- Wheelhouse, " perhaps fatally wounded.. The fight between uncle and nephew was the culmination of a family feud of long standing. Long Live the King! is the popular cry throughout European countries, while in America the cry of the present day is "Long live Dr. King's New Discovery. King of Throat and Lung Remedies!" of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine, Truro, Mass.. say 9. """It never fails to give immediate relief , and to quickly cure a cough or cold." Mrs. Palne's opin ion is shared by a majority of the inhab itants of this country. New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed; and for coughs and colds it's the proven remedy. Guaranteed at all druggists. 50c and 11.00. tl.OO Trial bottle free. . - ; From Chicago and From St. Louis . '. Sleeping cars run through to James town exposition over Pennsylvania Short Line via Columbus and N. & W. railway. Leave St. Louis 8:44 a. m., leave Chicago 10:05 a. m., reach Nor folk next venlng-.- -Lrw-fare. Write Steeg, "2 East Eleventh sC. Kansas City. SJTJ1 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. Z. T. FISHER. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE. 8 room new-house. 2 lots, on Lincoln art. 11 sold this weeK, $1,400. room house Van Biireri stT" Orit pay ments SS50. 3 room house, 3 east front lot s Van Bu- ren St.- wast to-, sell now $1,400. - - -7 room house. 2 lots. Van Buren, $1,500: -7 room house.2 lots, Harrison st $1,900. 6 room house Topeka ave. $1,200. 5 room housed 2 east front lots. Polk, $1,600. .. .... - 1 6 room house Taylor St.', $l,G0O.r 3 room new house west side, $900.. -. ' 4 room cottage Kansas ave., $950. 6 room house. 3 lots. Morris ave.. $1,700.- 7 room house, 60 ft. front, west side,''- 6 room house, near Central Park,' $2,000.' 14 room house near Central Park, $2,500. 3 rooms. 2 lots, on payment. FISHER. 418 KANSAS AVE..'.' .. Ind. Phone 14S2. Bell 1404.. , - 'OH SALE 5 lots on German ave.,near1 sseward. Curt Bergmann, Tecumseh. WHEAT. CORN AND ALFALFA LANDS. In Rooks, Graham and Trego counties. 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 there for $16 to; $35. an acre, according to loca tion and improvements.; Do you know the land if you don't you should. Write to u. E. Robeson, Palco, Kan. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO. REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE. Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE.., HERE IS A BARGAIN A house of 6 rooms. 3 full lnt n shade. Price $1,650. - Between 6th and 7th streets, on east side.' For full particulars address P, O. Box 337, City. FOR SALE At a very low price a very desirable residence in best part of city House finely built and all modern con veniences. Apply to Dell Keizer, 1269 Western ave., or Herald offiee. . WE HAVR Extra good bargains in city properties, suburban homes, tracts and farms, frail on us or write, for particulars. - XJ, 1. MOOKK, 119 W. Sixth St. Ind. Phone'825. ', . FOR SALE! Good house of 10 rooms and 5 lots, nice shade and blue grass sod, city water, situated on one of the best streets in town. Write to E. L. Miller, Marysville, Kan. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Fine guitar, very cheap. 605 Kansas ave. Over bank. FOR SALE Fine stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes and notions, in a good town in western Kansas. Will sell or trade for land. Address A. M. King, Plainville. Kan. FOR SALE Good Shetland pony, and harness, at 1935 Lane st. buggy FOR SALE Cheap, woven wire bed springs, child's . bed, and baby carriage 16& iay st. FOR SALE Horses, harness and furnl ture wagon, cheap. Moffitt Furniture uo., zos west sixth st. FOR SALE Second cut alfalfa hay, clean ana line, uenverea. rna. pnone 1136 2. FOR SALE Buggy and plete. 407 Tyler st. harness. BICYCLE BARGAINS, good second hand wnreis irum 3 up. vjooa tires $3.o0. H M. Cross Cycle Co., 810 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 1 medium, size iron safe 424 t-uiiiiuitri est. FOR " SALE Covered Bros. Frase OLD. JEWELRY made 1 new berg's.. 607 Kansas., aye... at Fried- i. tit; tsiitit American mainsprings for American watcnes at Friedberg's, 507 FOR SALE 500 business cant for $1 2ft 00 envelopes tl.iB; 00 letter head $130' See them; 1st class printingr at propor tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kansns ave BALM FIGS, marvelous remedy for ladies' ills Thousands cured. 1119 W. 10th. Ind. 11264. Mrs. Battey, mgr. MONET. MONEY to loan on live stock, nlnnnv nftr. sorxal security, household goods, typewrit ers. W. E. Seguine. 413 K. A. Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can .pay back by the week or month. Topeka Invesr. merit & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block. MONEY We have several thousand dol lars private money to loan on first mort gages or collateral security. N. B. Camp bell Co., 605 Kansas ave. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $1.25 week will pay off lpan JJS In 25 weeks. G. H. Flintham, notary put Hft 806 E. 4th st. Either phone 977. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or rans. typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. 523 Kan. ve. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. a. CYCLE CO., 118 S. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. FOUNTRANpMAnNE f HOPS FOUNDERS, machinists and pattern makers. Topeka Foundry, 313. 3J0 and S22 Jackson st. Both phone 499. TJNTERTAISERS ESTABLISHED 36 year, G. B. Palmer, funeral director. Masonic Temple, 621 Jackson St. Both phones 146. L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 611 Quincy st. Both phones 191. JAMES H. HAYDEN, Jeweler ana o, JUU- dla- clan. Comolete stock of watches. monds. silverware, etc. Eyes examined and soeetaeles properly ntted. FREE DISPENSARY. MONROE ST. bHKiC DISPENSAK Jf. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Mediein6 free in some cases. .. Office hours 3 to i p. m. -'Jails answered nleht or day. Ind. phone 3413. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan of $2,600. Must be city property. 433 Kas saa ave. Fhone 15T7. PATWIJ, J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney. 41S Kan sas ave., Topeka. R. IJ. RHOADES, -M. D. Piles Specialist,' 782 Kansas avenue. led. phone 4& Hours: 10 to 13; 3 to S; 7:30 to :30T IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 724 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Both phones Is residence and Ind. 1313. office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and. diseases of women, vith private hospital. Office E31 Kansas ave. rPublished in The Topeka State Journai July tIG,, 1907. ORDINANCE NO. 2778. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC tion. 30 of Ordinance No. 23S4, approved December 23, 3902, being an ordinance "relating to and providing for the levy and collection of a license tax and resr ulating certain callings, trades, profes- sions and" occupations carried on in th . city, of Topeka, and repealing said orig- inal Section 30 of said ordinance. Be It Drdained by the-Mayo- and Councllfc .men of the City of Topeka. . , r f rSectlon I. That Section SO Ordlnanc. . ot. I oTntpr 23. 1902, bo. and the said section is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 30: Itinerant agents and solicitors, for and, peddlers of c'ath Ing. textile fabrics, boot and shoes. hos furnishing.- goods, . farniture, if clocks, phonographs. - phonographic , ords, books, maps, Pures, Uve jtnlmalj or fowls, and any and 'all. other kinds ot goods, wares and merchandise, not irereni mentioned, $1.00 per day, 15.00 per week. $10 per month,. $50. per, year, for etch per son. ' -V ' ' . The term "itinerant agents aJia-solicW ors for and peddler of .merchandise, a used here in, shall be construed to mean any person 6r- persons, or any fl"10' corI oration wnose siqck . in ira oi. boon .lorallv assessed for taxation in the regular annual assessment of other property in said city ior state, t-uumj city purposes. ' . Any person, iirm or writuiaLimt, . . .. v. city of Topeka, engaged in selling goods; wares and merchandise from wagons and who maintains a store or salesroom in ,nM rtv Rhall nav for each wagon used a license tax in the sum of $30.00 per year for the business so conducted, purcura and carried on: no license to issue lor less than one year, provided, that if any such goods, wares and merchandise shall be carried, sold and delivered by the per son selling. . license tax shall be paid or $10.00 per year; no license to issue for less than one year. Sec. 2. No license tax now due and no prosecution now pending and no offense heretofore committed in violation of said, original section 30 of Ordinance No. 23M, approved December 23, 1902, shall be af fected in any way by the provisions of this ordinance; but all prosecutions for violations of the provisions of said sec-, tion 30 shall be conducted to final Judg ment in the same manner as if this ordinance- had not been enacted. , - Sec. 3.- Original section 30 of Ordinance No. 23S4. approved December , 23, . 1903; is hereby repealed." - . - - . ' ' S.-e. 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publi cation in the official city paper. Passed the Council July 1, 1907. Approved July 15... 3907. ' rSeal .1 WM. GREEN. Mayor. Attest: C. B. BURQE, City Clerk. r Published In The Topeka State Journal . July 16, 1907. " . , ORDINANCE NO. 2777. ' AN ORDINANCE CREATING SEWER District No. ..... defining the territory and establishing the boundary thereof, providing for an entire and complete o.rctorv, Rowprafrp in said district, and - providing for a special assessment and issuance of bonds to pay for the con struction of the sewer in said district. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Council men of the City of Topeka. i Section 1. That there be, and is, hereby, created a sewer district in the city of To peka, Kansas, to he known and designat ed as Sewer District No. said sewer to consist of the following described territory,- to-wit: Beginning at the intersection of the cen ter line of Fillmore street with the center line of First avenue; thence westerly along the center line of First avenue to -the center line of Clay street; thence southerly along the center line of Clay street to the center line of Third street; thence- -eajfterly alonff the center line of . Third street to the center line of Fillmore street; then northerly, .ilons the Center line of Fillmore sjtreot- t the place of be ginning; in the cityR.of;Toeka, Shawneo county, Kansas. . , Sec. 2. The citv Engineer shall lay out and determine the' location, size and -grade of all niainB and laterals and shall make all necessary plans, specifications and estimates for said sewer, all of which must be approved and adopted by the mayor and council, and said enjrlneer shall file the same- In his office for the use and benefit of the city, and all work done under the provisions of this ordinance shall be done In accordance with said , plans and specifications, as adopted and approved by the mayor and council. Sec. 3. The cost and expense of con structing said sewer shall be apportioned to each of the lots and pieces of ground in said sewer district liable therefor, in accordance with the appraised value of , said lots and pieces of ground; the said cost and expense, as thus apportioned, shall be levied- aand assessed against the said lots and pieces of ground contained in said sewer district liable for the cost thereof, in annual installments and col lected as other taxes are collected. Section 4. Internal improvement bonds in an amount not exceeding the contract price shall be Issued in ten equal install ments, to pay for the construction of said sewer, and there shall be levied each year special assessments sufficient to redeem ' the installment of such bonds next there after maturing together with-the Interest' thereon: Provided, that the owner of any lot or piece of ground liable for the as sessment may redeem his property from such liability by paying the entire amount charged against it in the manner provided ny law; ana provioen, rurtner. tnat two installments of such assessment with not to exceed interest for two years, or one installment and interest for one year or more, may be levied and collected In the first year in which said assessment Is to be collected, if the bonds on said improve ment and Interest on the same mature In such manner as . to require such levy.. Said bonds may be Issued to the con tractor or may be" sold and the nroceeda thereof applied in payment of the con tract price for constructing said sewer. 'rne manner and iorm or said bonds and the Issuance of the same and the terms ; and conditions thereof shall be In all re spects in conformity with the law In such cases made and provided, all of which are to be more snecifleally set forth In the ordinances providing for said assess ment and for the issuance of said bonds Sec. 5. This ordinance shall lit. r and be in force from and after Its publi cation in tne oniciai city paper. russea tne iouncii July i, 1307, Approved July 15. 1907. Seal. WM. GREEN, Mayor. Attest: C. B. BURGE, City Cleric AVTNGL CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK FAvma co.. 214 E..eu t. Mfgrs. of b'llldln?. paving and iidewall' brick. FLORISTS. ' HOME GSOWN CUT FLOWERd. florajl designs. Snecial attention riven out-af. town orders. Jamas Hayes, x07 W. 8th st. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow. ers, plants, designs, decorations. 106 W. Eighth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Man. STALLIONS. 1 RITV 1 fhnmnlnn Van... .. at Exhibition halC fair grounds. Bell phone 762. R. I Lm, WHOLESALERS. THE " COUGHL1N HARDWARE CO Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 70S Kn sas ave. Phone 80S. - BJiAjJKSMTrjlL NOTICE Blackamithing, repair. work. horseshoeing, etc. 107 E. 2d st. John Vetter. . TItAXSFEIt AND STORAGE- - MERCHANTS' TRANSFER 8TORAOH) Co.. packs, ships and stores houathoid goods. Tel. Va. Clarence Skinner. Hi Quincy st. -