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THE TOPEKA. DAILY STATE JOXTRNAIt-MQNDAY SVEHIHg, JULY 29, 1907.
9 s r Hi Mr. and Mrs. Harrison S. Morgan will entertain their Five Hundred club in formally this evening In compliment to their guest, Miss Abby Pratt of Essej:, Conn. -tr Mrs.' J. B. Furry entertained the Monday Whist club at the Country club today. " The substitutes were Mrs. B. J. Akers, Miss Kate Gunther, Mrs. E. A. Terrill and Mrs. John E. Lord. Mies Gertrude Reed has asked guests i ( for Wednesday afternoon in compliment to Miss Margaret Johnston, other en tertainments of the week in Miss John ston's honor will be Mrs. A. B. Quin ton's breakfast Thursday, Mrs. H. O. Garvey's and Mrs. Charles Spencer's af ternoon the same day. Mrs. E. W. Hoch's and the Misses Hoch's morning. and Miss Virginia Meade's luncheon Friday. Chief Justice and Mrs. John eton will give a dinner Saturday even ing for Miss Johnston. Mr. Branden burg and the members of their bridal party. Mrs. Owen Galbreath entertained to- day for her guest, Mrs. F. M. Rarig of Chicago. Mrs. Ernest Voorhees who leaves soon for a permanent residence In Ottawa and Miss Ruth Collins of Riverside, CaL, guest of Mrs. Clarence ti. Matson. - Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. J. C. Wilson and Miss Ruth Wil son left yesterday for Indianapolis to be gone about three weeks. Mrs. J. r. M. Hamilton is In Chicago the guest of Mrs. Ira J. Mix. Mr. Ham ilton will join her Saturday and they will go to Buffalo to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Hale Hamilton and then to a northern lake resort for a few weeks' fishing. Miss Hazel Nelson and Miss Mary Connors will return Thursday from visit in Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Barns have taken a house at 1535 Clay street where they are moving this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Mr. L. S. Pegues of Junction City, will leave Thursday for Chicago, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Washington and iew lork to be gone a number of weeks. Miss Mary Moore, who Is In Colorado Springs and had been, expected home this week, has put off her return an other week. Miss Alice Scott left Friday for a visit in Greensburg, Ind. Mrs. H. J. Hartman of Carbondale, is visiting his sister. Miss Katharine Reilly. Mr. William Connors is expected home Thursday from a business trip to New lork. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Mulvane will leave this week for the Jersey coast to epend the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burrow returned this noon from Kansas City and Leav enworth where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson. Mrs. Noble Prentis is in Colorado Springs. Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Mulvane will leave this week for Crab Lake, Wisconsin, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joab Mulvane who are spending the summer there. Mrs. Will Relnsch and her children of Lawrence are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Relnsch at Gage's Park. Mrs. A. C. McKlttriek of Denver who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cuthbert, left for her home today. Mrs. F. C. Gay and Miss Josephine Gay of Kansas City will leave August 1 for Walloon Lake, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sibly Everest of London, England, are visiting Mrs. Ev erest's mother, Mrs. Agnes Griffin, of Kansas City, and Atchison relatives. Mrs. R. B. Gilluly of Kansas City Is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. W. Kiefer. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hayden have gone to Kansas City to visit their daughter, Mrs. Harry B. Walker. :l Dr. Chester B. Reed has returned from i a short visit to his son, Dick Reed, at Shattuck. Oklahoma, and his daughter. 'i Miss Phil Reed, who is visiting the I Misses Qufgley In Sterling. - Miss Anna Harrison will go to Kansas I' City tomorrow to visit Mrs. Eugene Sal- l lee. I Mrs. John Baird Nicholson and her daughter, Harriett Lucile, have gone to Chicago and the lakes to spend a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Mitchell and Miss Mildred Morton will leave next Saturday for Colorado Springs to spend a few weeks. Mrs. James Colllnson will leave about the first of August for Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to stay until October 1. Misses Lottie and Calla and Master Gerald Capper will go to Erie Thursday to visit relatives. Mrs. L. M. Thomas and her grand daughter. Miss Ernestine Cline. left this afternoon for New York and Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kemper have gone to Horton for a short visit. Denver Post: Mrs. Will Sheahan of Topcka. Kan.. formerly Miss Rosita Wagner of Denver, and her sister, Mrs. John Stockberg of Salina, Kan., are spending the summer with their pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wagner, of 80 Pearl street. Cherryvale Republican: Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Strickler. Miss Elizabeth Strlckler and her guest. Miss Mitchell of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bellamy Mrs. C. O. Wright, Misses Corrine Wright and Belle Covalt and Messrs. Claude Bay less and Roy Hoss went to McTaggart's mill on the Verdigris this EVENING WRAP OF MIOADCLOTH. left yesterday for;an eastern business trip. Before' returning Mr. Thomas will visit the Jamestown exposition and his old home In 'Virginia. The new gymnasinm apparatus which has been ordered for the Rail road y. M. C. A. is arriving. The new n?ats, eight by twelve feet In dimen sion, were received this morning.- A very graceful design for a summer evenine wran is shown- in th drawing, the design being suitable for various materials. If desired, rajah or pongee silk could be used, or any of the liirht-eolnrerl smth.iinich cloths, but the modal was made of chiffon broadcloth, which is an appro priate fabric for wear durins any season of the year. The wrap was in cream white, with a revere collar of black velvet and braid ornaments of gilt. No lining was used, the edges of the wran belne- merely t,,,-n nd stitched. morning to spend the day fishing and boating. Idaho Springs (Col.) Correspondence Denver Post: Mrs. F. W. Dickerson of Topeka, Kan., and Miss Mattye Com- tock of Excelsior Springs, Mo., arrived Wednesday for a month's visit with their father, A. R. Comstock, at the Almaden mines on Fall river. Colorado Springs Gazette: Mrs. A. B. Starrett of Rockwell. Okla., is pending a month at the Sunny Ride. Mrs. Starrett is the daughter of Judge McDonald of Topeka, Kan. She spent the summer here when she was -II years old. Clay Center Dispatch: Miss Tutcher of Topeka is expected this evening to spend Sunday with her friend. Miss Llllie Baumberger Miss Bertha VanPelt, who has been visiting at the W. K. McAnlls home for several weeks, elft this noon for Riley, where she will visit for a week before returning to her home in Topeka. Mrs. L. M. Carter, 506 Clay street, has Just returned from a three months' visit to California and Colo rado. Miss Wilson and niece. Miss Agnes Ost, of Twelfth and Fillmore streets, who have been visiting in California for a month, have returned. Mrs. F. L. Feakins and children have returned to their home In Omaha after an extended visit with Mrs. Jason Mandel Hill. Miss Marguerite Lembke of Seattle Is visiting her grandmother and aunts, Mrs. Sawyer and daughters. Mrs. Frank Parker has been visit ing in Emporia. Miss Mame Shortz returned Sunday from a week's stay at Maple Hill. Miss Helen Smith will go to Leav enworth this week for a short visit. Colorado Springs Gazette: Mrs. W. H. Landis is entertaining Miss Ger trude nnnppi of Topeka, Kan. L5ANTA FE NOTES And the Cow Marched With Them. The police are still having trouble about that kitchen garden at 1705 Polk street, which was destroyed by a cow. The lady who owns the garden wants someone to pay the damages. It de volves that the bold soldier boys who camped in the fair grounds are respon sible. When they marched out, the cow, impressed by their appearance, marched with them. But they eet too hot a pace for her, and she dropped from, the ranks and into the garden. Ills Headache Cost Him $10. It is expensive to go to sleep around a gambling joint, even when euiltless of gambling. One of the boys captur ed in the John Walker raid Saturday night, was playing pool In the front of the building, and being taken with a headache, went into a back room to lie down. Here he was round when th raiders entered. He was fined $10 for being found in, just the same. New Edison Phonoflrapfas A For home entertainment no instrument compares with the Edison Phonograph. The cost is very little, ani you can have one of the 1907 styles placed in your home with a fine assort ment of Records for ONE DOLLAR The balance payable at the rate of One Dollar the Week until paid in full. Visit our Phonograph Rooms and listen to an EDISON W. F. ROEHR MUSIC CO. 630 Kansas Ave., - - - - Topeha, Kansas. B. H. Wilburt of the local machine shops is laying- off for a few days. William J. Curtis, traveling passen ger agent of the Santa Fe, spent Sun- aay in lopeka. W. H. Hamilton, master mechanic at Argentine, spent Sunday in, Topeka witn.nis iamuy. Engineer Osman Bates and wife have returned from a short visit to relatives at Chnnute. Engineer Minard Is running tern porarily on runs Nos. 1 and 2 between Topeka and Newton. Division Superintendent C. T. Mc Lellan left for Emporia this morning arter spending Sunday in Topeka.. Engineer Dan Shannon took Nob. 107 and 108 yesterday in the absence of Engineer Andy Verlin who was lay ing off. Irving Wellman, traveling road foreman of engines, left for Argentine this morning after a short visit over Sunday. W. A. Powers, chief chemist of the Santa Fe, left Saturday for a business trip to western points of the Santa Fe system. Brakeman William McMillan has returned to work on runs Nos. 121 and 30 between Topeka and Emporia after a short sick leave George Stone, Jr., who Is employed as a stenographer in the Emporia of fices, is in the local hospital where he Is taking treatment. , Engineer C. W. Hurst of Emporia is running temporarily on the- Fast Mall runs, Nos. 115 and' 116, between Kan sas City and Newton. H. F. Johnson, formerly of the lo cal engineering office, has been de tailed on special construction work on the Missouri division. Robert Ousley, chief clerk to the division foreman at Las Vegas, N. 1L, io in Topeka on account of the serious Illness of h;s mother. - Tom Martin of the electrical de partment left this morning for Chi cago, where ho will spend several days in visiting' with a friend. Oeors-e J. Graves division enc-lneer W. J. Lank, and Carl Pleasant df the local engineering department are In Emporia today on a business rip. Keith Wilson, freight auditor of the Santa Fe located at Hutchinson, and Mrs. Wilson spent Sunday in Topeka visiting with friends and relatives. Frank Austin, a former machinist in the shops here, with his family are now visiting in Topeka with friends, They now reside at Dennison, Texas. Conductor George Stone was on runs Nos. 107 and 108 between To peka and St. Joseph yesterday in the place of Conductor Griffith who, laid off. . ' , Conductor Withrow was on runs Nos. 109 and 110 between Topeka and Kansas City yesterday. Conductor Harry Griffin, the regular conductor, laid off. Engineer Becker, recently assigned to runs Nos 17 and 18, between To peka and Newton, has reported for service and completed his first trip yesterday. Two sections of No. 2 were run to day. The first section was. the regu lar train,, while the second section was the regular El Paso connection of No. 1 0 which was delayed. T. E. Prout. the secretary of the lo cal Railroad Y. M. C. A., and family have left for Palmer Lake and other Colorado points, where they will spend a month's vacation. . - John Purcell, superintendent of the shops, left yesterday for a business trip to Chicago, New York, Albany, Pittsburg and Cleveland.- He will be away for about . three , weeks. C. O.' Clark of the division en gineer's" office Is In Melvern - on ..the cutoff where he la inspecting the masonry in a new bridge which is be ing contracted near that'place. Frank Thomas, engineer of tests, T NORTH TOPEKA NEWS Amity Lodge 231 K. of P. will have work in the third rank this evening. Glenn Hostutler of the Citizens' State bank Fpent Sunday in Kansas City, - , Joe Taylor and family of Silver Lake were among the North side visitors Monday. . Charles Gerteisen spent Sunday In nnorey me guest or jar, and Mrs, Charles Snodgrass. - Grover King of 115 East Gordon street has gone to Excelsior Springs to sheila a. wees.. -- Mrs. C. JF. Bridge and "daughter, Mayanna, have returned from a visit to relatives In Osage county. Miss Ethel Wyatt . has " returned home from Silver Lake where she was the guest of Joseph Taylor and family. Mrs. May George and little dauerh ter of Kansas City are spending the week at Kilmer the guests of W. S. George and family. Mrs. Tom Darrah, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. Beaudry of. 929 Quincy street,-returned to her home In McPherson today. : Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Scales of Mer idian, Miss., who have been the guests or Mr. ana Airs. v Elmore of 905 Van Buren street left for their home yesterday. Mf!?5l firfA T.llkenft ' Clf RnnnvslnnA farm, Rochester, and cousin. Miss ,ural Luce of Loveland,' Col., have returned from a visit to relatives In Kansas City. : - Mrs H. L. Cunningham will leave Tuesday for Colorado Springs, where she will join Mr. Cunningham who is already established there in business, in a jpermanent home. ( Park B. Kimball, - masopery lhspec tor for the A. T. & s: F. road at Bar ing, Mo., was the guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Kinrball of 215 West Gordon street. Clark Gresser of Kansas City Is spending a short time in Topeka. Mr. Gresser Is carrying his rcght arm In a sling the result of an accident a week ago when he fractured, one of the bones in the forearm. Milo Lee. who has been with the Morns & Myers grocery, has taken a position in the grocery store of Bell & Cutbirth, formerly the Mattls & Campbell grocery, corner of Topeka avenue and Gordon street. Mr. and Mrs. Perrv Jordan were the guests Saturday of their nephew and niece, Councilman -.and Mrs. C. E Jordan of 1122 Jackson street.- They were en rout to their home in Ver million, S.D.,. after) m.- visit to Kansas City. Raymond Coffman of Shawnee, Ok., was the guest Sunday of T. T. Wright and family of Shorey.'t. Mr; Coffman came to Topeka to-place his brother, CL W. Coffman. n. railroad man who recently lost his .'fight, foot. In the Santa hospital. Kate,:, the twenty one-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-J. chllcter of 520 Falrehtld street, died Saturday afternoon of summer complaint- The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at htlf past two. from. St. Josephs Ger man Cath olid church: Card of Thanks We -wish to thank our many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted In death and be- reavement of : our1 'little " daughter Geneva and for the many beautiful floral offerings which were received. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Andrews. As the Kansas avenue M. E. church closed for repairs arrangements were made to hold the services of that church in the casino at Garfield park yesterday. The Sunday- school session was held there but. owin; to the in clemency of the weather and the dampness of the grounds the church services were abandoned. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Millburn of 514 Park street entertained at dinner Sun day in honor of, the twenty-sixth an niversary of their marriage. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Simms and children, Minnie, Olna and Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. Millburn and children, Carrie and Gurrie. The ost and hostess received numerous handsome presents. Mrs. Isabel A. Sarver, 65 years old, wife of S. C. Sarver, died Saturday afternoon at the family home. 1240 Monroe street, of heart trouble and tumor after- an illness lasting over a year. She is survived by five children, Miss Minnie Sarver. Mrs. Rose Faust, Mrs. E. G. Van Sant and Messrs. Frank and James Sarver. The- funeral was held this afternoon from her late home and "burial was in the Topeka ceme tery. A' ver pleasant party was -given at the home of Miss Lizzie Vet ter in Shorey. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Those nresent were Mr. and Mrs. Farley, Mrs. William Sherwood, Misses Gertie Dister. Enzy and Daisy Walters Beulah, Mabel and Iva Ogan, Vern Cooper. Sigrid, Annie and Lily John son. Carrie Lesser. Gladys Wilson, Ella and Enid Tanner. Jennie and Florence Farlley, Lottie, Hazel and Mabel Doud, Marguerite Meer, Margaret Harries, Monica Gamslowki. Messrs. Homer Dister, Louis Bartlett, John Higgins, Joe and Steve Farlley, Cullie Wray, Edwin Lesser, Otis Snyder, Ira Vetter, Willie Sherwood and Charlie Foster. -AND- MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. OT.n rT-OTWRH ahir hntn nnti o coats. Don't throw 'm away. I wilt call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 3S Kansas ave, Ind. shone 1490. WANTED sriTTATTONS. WANTED Situation by a lady as book Keeper, cashier or secretary; 7 years experience In banklne: best references. Address F. M., 412 W. 7th st, Topeka, Kan WANTED Position in hardware or ira plement store, 6 years' experience. A.: E. Johnson, Holton, Kan?- . . WANTED SITUATIONS - Everyone who will have' work suitable for students for the coming year, please noxiry, as soon as possiDie, ts. is. (jrane. cnairman Washburn employment bureau, Ana. pnone xyms. WANTED MALE HELP- WANTED Boys and girla to pick black berries; also picking end shelling butter beans at C. E. Lsngdon's, two miles east on 6th St. Bell 3961 2. -- - WANTED Men to shiD, car repairers. bridge carnenters.blacksmith. farm hands. solicitors, barn men, hotel porter, men waiters, men cooks, hotel helD. hotel clerk, laborers. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 811 K.A. WANTED Experienced laundTy man for partner to start laundry. Laundry, care Journal. . WANTED Good colored porter out of town. $40 month, board and room. Cap ital Employment Agency, 811 Kan. ave. WANTED Laborers, wages J1.65, steady work. Hewitt Manufacturing uo. Old A., T. and S. F. shops. WANTED An experienced all round printer to take charge of mechanical end of country printing office. Town of 4,000. Within 80 miles of Topeka. Address Imrl Zumwalt, Topeka Kan. WANTED A registered pharmacist at : once, uood salary- Address (.. M. A., care Journal. " WANTED -FEMAI7K HELP. WANTED 100 neat women for railroad ea tins- houses. S20 to S40 month, board room anJ pass; 15 women cooks,, hotel maids, 26 house girls, luncn counter gins, kitchen help, man and wife for New Mex lnn hotels, woman for hotel work in To peka. Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED A good housekeeper. age. Box Z31 tanaoiin, Jvan. middle- W ANTED 2 dining room girls or girls to lean. 201 E. 8th st. WANTED A German girl to do plain cooking ana houseworK; no wasmny or ironing. Bell phone 1084. Ind. pohne 787. WANTED AGENTS. WANTED Special agents to represent mi,. " &H.T-t nnc PSniMers." fold. Conner and Industrial securities. .Agents make $200 to II noo ncr month. Send references. The General Securities Co., Los Angeles, Cal, WANTED MTSCFTXANEOTTS. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H. M Busb. Ind. phone 3Z14. low js. atn at. WANTED Driving mare 4 to 6 years old, ; 1150 to 1200 pounds.. Uood color. JJ. f. Scott, 1009 Arch st. WANTED Good calves. $4.50 to $5.00; me dium calves $3.60 to 4.oo. can use only good calves. Chas. -Wolff Packing Com pany. . WANTED To lay cement walks for cow. J. M. Brain, 207 Stephens St. EAST TO TOTE) FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Desirable first floe r, unfur nished rooms, en finite. Kitchen, pantry and dining roonv water, gas and bath; also upstairs rooms. ; Inquire 715 West 6th st. FOR RENT Furnished room; all modern; for one or two gentlemen; 1112 Van Buren FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE 6 year-old horse, city broke, safe for lady to drive, and rubber tired cut-under run-a-bout, almost new. Ind. phone 364 FOR BALE Covered - Broa. - wagon. Frsser FOR SALE 600 bima r4i for L; . BOO envelopes H ie- fiao letter hsada $LS0; Bee thetn; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kanana ave. FOR RENT 3 rooms, water, ply 1226 Jackson st. . gas. Ap- 91 Topeka ave.. furnished rooms single or ensuite, modern reasonable, iei.au. FOR RENT 4 living rooms, gas. Ind.- jphone 7063; well, cistern, FOR RENT 6 furnished sleeping rooms, modern, 624 10th at. ina. pnoae .raw. FOR RENT 8W Kansas ave.. modern fur. nlshed rooms, also housekeeping rooms. FOR RENT 2 or 3 modern rooms suitable tor light housekeeeping, 710 .Harrison n, Must give references. FOR RENT Furnished ; rooms 501 Madi son s,t. FOR RENT Furnished Monroe st. . rooms . at 618 Furnished rnnmd. all modern. Dart trajl' sient. 217 W. 5th. Mrs. A. K. Purviance, FOR RENT 534 Madison St.. 2 elegant furnished rooms, south exposure, . mod ern, gentlemen preferred. FOR RENT 3 furnished front rooms for light housekeeping, gas, bath.1200 J acKson. FOR RENT 2 nice rooms upstairs. he drug man Tii Kansas ave. Aak FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT 6 room cottage. 7th. Furnace, bath, gas. 614 West urT -RWVT -Rrand new 4 room house, Topeka Investment & Loan Co., rooms 1-Z Veale diock. inn. piurao mui. FOR RENT Strictly modern room house. 200 Uiay. - com pnunea w. TiTiR RRNT Fine laTge aweinng, su . . T I 1 1 1 1.- modern, lisu yuincy si. iuuuiic " 6th St. ' ' ' FOR RENT 5 room house 420 E. 8th st. FOR RENT 4 room modern cottage 1329 Ouincv St. Ind. phone 5202. tt tjfk't riAAii 7 -room house, cistern. ru crn nam. uicKn. uai ima, Grand', $12.50. Good 5 room house, gas, 1717 mi mnrA Rt . 1 DIOCit OL car mrc. WILSON, 415 Kans. Ave. Ind. Phone 1394. t 1 t tjtmct a -rrvrvms n.nd bath, modern. all unstairs. lt Jansas ave. iiinuuc m Dr. Lux. ' ; FOR RENT OR SALE 6 room cottage, city water ana Dam. jrru--e month. Call 1621 West St.. FOR RENT 2 new 4-room cottages shop district, inquire di jtoik. si. in FOR RENT House. Bell rhone lzw. Call 117 W. 10th st. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, water and gas. at 323 Harrison St. inquire iEi Har rison st. FOR RENT MTSCELIiANEOUS. FOR RENT Desk room.' 531 Kansas ave. T. J. Nichols. FOR RENT Half of 2 good -front office rooms, gas and telephone.. L. Biseoe, 523 Kansas ave. , MAKE US AN OFFER On'M lots, good 6 room cottage, on West street! worth $1,600. East front, city wa ter, sewer ana ges. -an m uuubui.uu easy terms. GARLINGHOUSE REALTY CO. 608 KANSAS AVE. Bell 1590. Ind. 1606. ' LOST AND FOUND. WILL the party who found a Savage ri fle in - leather scabbard on sidewalk, west of Santa Fe depot, Sunday evening. Please return same to Chicago Lumber company, 3d and Jackson sts., and receive Pay for trouble. . LOST In R.. I. depot Saturday evening, Jfi . u.7!br$."a- V'th horn handle, mono fT t H- P Lon silver band. Reward for return to 213 -W. 6th st; JHhafty evening between Lake and chain RLtr5!iff rady's eold """"eh and Si'thonTlM "tumed . T. .Brandon, MACHINE SHOPS. Tel wr0,,n,2- Jory process. TSo. Tel 5ft-!. Harry B Howard. 710 Kan ave MONET. MONEY to loan on live stock, pUtnoTrw' aonal aecurlly. houaehold goods, typewrit era. W. E. geguina. U K. ABoth phoneau MONEY TO LOAN on city property. alM personal property. You can pay back by the weok or month. Topeka Invest, ment & Loan Co. Rooma li 2, Veale block. property, off loan 1-3 MONEY to loan on Mrinn v payment $1.25 week will IP 2SwWeks; E'lntbam. notnry pub. lie, 806 E. 4th at. Either phone 77. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianoa. or. ran, typewriters, houaehold gooda-and pereonal security. L. Biacoe, 523 Kan. ave BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. 0. CYCLE CO.. 118 S. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnaon blcyclea. Supplies, repair. JEWELERS. JAMES JB. HAYDEN. Jawom -H rinn. clan. Complete atock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyea examined ' ana unectaclee properly fitted. VETERJWAJRYSlDRGEONS DRS. YOUNG & BZERLEY. veterinary aurgeong. 426 Quincy at. Both phone. MISCELLANEOUS. TOPEKA Scran Iron & Fuel Co.. nisrhent price paid for discarded machinery. Write for prices. 3rd and Jackson. Topeka SUITS to order, repairing and pressing. T ' . I i i , , i n t. . . , . I mirt i lie irifii-f . OlO rj. fin SI, FREE DISPENSART. MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe at. Conducted bv razular Jracticing physiclana and aurgeona. Med cal aervlce free. Medicine free in aoma cases. Office hours 2 to S p. m. Calla answered night or day. Ind. phone $413. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERX. First published in the Topeka State . journal July 23, 1SU7.J NOTICE is hereby given that my petition for a permit to sell lntoxicatlna- linnnra according to law at No. 610 Kansas avt.t In the Second ward of the city of To peka, Shawnee county, Kansaa, is now on file in the office of the probate Judge of said county, and that the same will be heard bv ald nrobnte 1nrt In the court: house in the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, Kansas on the 23rd day Of AufTUKt. 1T7 mM n-'-lnlr o soon thereafter as -said . judge can hear mc Mini-. i ut,u. A. UltAMFTO. Senator lark's Old Partner Dies. Amsterdam, N. Y-, July 29. Wil liam R. Kenyon, tIce mayor of Butte, Montana, and chairman of the Democratic Central, committee of that state, Is dead at his country home near this city after an hour's Illness of acute indigestion, aged 67. Mr. Kenyon, who for many years was a business partner of Senator W. A. Clark, was a native of Oswega, N. Y. Beautify the Complexion IN TEN DAYS. Nadinola CREAM, ike ua equaled beautifier im endorsed fey thouaaiide and guaranteed to remove freckle, pimples, livcr-spoU. tan, aallow-neaaL etc the wont case in 20 days, and restore tke beauty of youth. Price 50 cents and $1.00. by leading1 druggists or mail. ftaaert ky NATIONAL TOILET CO. Parts. Tom, Sold by Gatlin Drug Co.. Fred Snow lind other druggists. Mr. Will Tyson of 301 Chandler street, left Saturday Tor a few weeks' visit with his uncle in Osage City. Miss Josephine Jolley and Miss Laura Hevlin will go to Lecompton tomorrow to spend the day wltn Mrs. Mary Collins. Mr. Ross Moon of Emporia spent Sun dnv with his cousin, Mrs. C. S. Stead- man of 812 Branner street, while en route to Kansas City to visit ms sister, Mrs. Geo. Hammas. Mr. Carl Williams returned home esterdav from Denver and Colorado Springs, where he has been spending a two weeks- vacation. ; - - Mrs. Cora Vanleenaven and daugh ters, Madge and Gretchen of Norton- ville, arrived here toaay to visit mrs, C L. Laird of 306 Branner street. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood returned to their home in 4.ansas jity yester nftpr a week's visit with Mrs. Wood's mother, Mrs. Irish of Chandler street. Mrs. Lewis Luthfty and son Carl, re turned home Saturday evening from Carbondale. where they , have been spending a few weeks the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Mossow. Mr and Mrs. Lumkins, of Kansas City spent Sunday the guests of Miss Lottie Ewing.of 1721 East Sixth, street. Mr E H. Snyder, of Lawrence, Kan., spent Sunday the guest of Miss Ew Ing. Marshall's band will give a concert at the haU of the East Side Improve ment association tomorrow evening. There will be a programme given also. Councilman Kuntz will speak on The East Side Improvements." Everybody invited. -' The funeral of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Alexander, who died Sunday afternoon at their home in xTartn Wnn.. will be held from the home of Mr. Alexander's sister, Mrs E. B. Jolley, 235 Chandler street, Tuesday afternoon at 3 o ciock. Land Fraud Cases Postponed. Milwaukee. Wis., July 29. The hearing In the cases of several mem bers of the Wisconsin Coal Mining company of Colorado, who were In dicted by the federal grand jury of Colorado in connection with alleged land frauds was today postponed un til. September 10. The Federal Coal and Iron company cases were put over until September 17. - Japanese Landing In Korea. Seoul, July 29. All the reinforce ments of the twelfth brigade have landed. The regarrisoning , of Korea by Japanese troops according to the ; new -plan-, of occupation will- be com. pleted by tomorrow, Tuesday evening. HOME FOR SALE For a few days will make! special price on my Westiawn nome, toiu w. mn si. Seven rooms, livery convenience, a iota. - - LOUIS E. BTKAUOS, . 107 E. Seventh St. - ONE WEEK BARGAIN 1424 Lincoln, 75 foot front by ISO feet deep,! 6 rooms, front and rear stairs, cel lar, well, cistern, city water, gas heat and sewer paid, small barn, 2 blocks of car line, one of pavement, two blocks of church, 3 from school and but 5 from Washburn. Reduced for this week to tl, 700. Terms If desired. SHAWNEE AGENCY, Ind. Phone 6u. 634 Kansas Ave. 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 fai-m there for $15 to $35 an acre, according to loca tion and improvements. Uo you Know the land if you don't. you should. Write to J. E. Robeson, .faico, Kan. TO WHOM . IT '-MAY' CONCERN Be It known that mv annlicatlnn i. nnn nn file In the office of the probate court of Shawnee county, Kansas, asking for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors accord ing to law, at No. S31 North Kansns ave., in the First ward of the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, state of Kansns. Hear ing is set for the 30th day of August, 1907, at 8 a. m. A. W. LACEY. - UNDERTAKERS. BOMGARDNER & BELL, Successor to G. B. Palmer. Funeral DI-. rectors. Masonic Bldg., 621 Jackson at. Both phones 16. Free ambulance. L. M. PENWELL. funeral director and embalmer. First claaa service, reason able prices. 511 Quincy at. Both phones 181. CARPENTERS AND BTJTTiDERS. Swrlis'"3pKl!DLKNSr,c builder. Job work carefully dona, la W. 7th. Phone 3E62. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved his shop to 728 Jackson ti. Ind. phone 1244. WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLIN HARD WAR Hi CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 7l4 Kan sas ave. Phone 806. GEO. M, NOBLE & CO. REAL ESTATE, LOANsj INSURANCE. Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE. ONE of the prettiest cottages In- city. atrir-tr modern. W, lots, fine shade. fruit barn, 710 Lane street; also modern Vir.ii . of 7 rooms, shade, fruit, at 1315 W. 7th st. Inquire on premises. FOR SALE I will sell my equity In my place at x-uia. ct. n. " son st. LOOK at 724 Lirrm st. and make offer, small cash payment,- balance like rent. We think it's a bargain at J950. BENNETT & CHARLES, 632 Kansas Ave. . Phone 277. FOR SALE MISCETLANEOFS. BICYCLE BARGAINS, good second hand wheels from $3 up. Good tires $3.50. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 810 Kansas ave. FOR SALE A light driving team; will sell one or both. ui ss Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good upright folding, bed. Inquire 630 Lane sr. uvm SALE 6 fresh cows at 304 Exeter St. $200 for quick Bale. FOR SALE Good, gentle pony. 123 West Norris, JNorth iopeKa. FOR SALE Fine stylish McGregger driv ing and riding horse, city broke. oJl Kansas ave. T. J. Mchols. FOR SALE Horse, new buggy and har ness. Zl Clay at. - - -, . FOR SALE Good team of mares 366 Ches ter ave., oaKiana. inquire evenings. FOR SALE Nice clean stock of groceries Invoice z.vw. win sen an or nan in terest. Address No.- 2, care Journal. FOR SALE Second cut alfalfa hay. clean and fine. .Delivered, ind. pnone li i. FOR SALE Good driver, youns, stylish. sound, gentle. 613 W. loth su FLORISTS. i. C. RODMAN, bloomlnar Dlants. out now era, plants, designs, decorationa. 105 W. Eierhth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Mon. STALLIONS. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Beli phone 762. R. I. Lee. FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS. FOUND&KS, machinists and pattern makers. Topeka Foundry, 313. I4 and 322 Jackson at. Both phones 499. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, 418 Kan sas ave., Topeka. R.- O. RHOADES. M. D. Filea tvcuuiaw Ti2 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone 4. Uoura; 10 to 12; 2 to S; 7:30 to iM. IDA C. BARNES, si. & Office 724 Kansas ave. Residenes Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours a. m. to ll.ft.-m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Botla phonea 1 resldenoa and Ind. 131s office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon ar.d dlseaaes of women, vrith private hospital. Oflce 531 Kansns ave. SANITARIUMS. CHRISTS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervous in valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. s. Lindsay. M. V.. 829 K. A. Ton t. Ka.n. CITY SCAVENGER VAULTS cleaned, garbage and dead an. - imals removed on short notice: Topeka Des. Co., B15 Kans. ave. Ind. 361. Bell 37a JPAVTNO CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK as PAVING CO... 214 E. 6th st. Mfgra. at h'llldinv. paving- and sidewalk brlclc. TRANS FKR STORAGE MERCHANTS' TRANSFER ft STORAGE! Co.. packs, ships ana a torts bouaeuoia goods. Tel. U6. Clarence Skinner. aU l Quincy at. fx