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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAECH 18, 1908.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
M. Leonard to B. Coyne, part N. E. -29-13-17
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WAMTBI SITUATION.
NEED A JOBT
10 OR IS CENTS INVESTED IN THIS
COLUMN WILL BRING YOU UNTOLD
CHANCES" TO SECUUK.E EMPLOY
MENT. ART IT.
WANTED Clerical work or bookkeeping
by experienced office woman. Rapid
writer and copylet. Address M. P-. care
Journal.
MERCHANTS., contractors r fannsrs
needing help, apply to free employment
bureau. room 4 basement state nuuw-
WAITED MALE HELP.
wivnrn ruwA Aiinhi 1-r. and accident
men to Hell endowment accident Insur
ance; popular. Incontestable policies se
fnreil bv reserve denostts. A business
prooosition ot Insurance. Most liberal con-
........ awartrati rith .MkHtK ( ' H 1 1 OT ad'
dress with reference. American Accident
Insurance Company, Lincoln, Neorasaa.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
r, ...... e .. ... . , ., tti ,-rv, rnnnVK women
cooks. $25 to $60 per month: waitresses in
and out of city, $20 per montn; iiuuuiw
$25 per month. . .
R. J. KEARNEY. 601 KANSAS AVE.
PHONES: IND. 1488. BELL 1630.
WANTED Blacksmith, good wages to all
round man for year. L. D. Toliver &
Son, Abilene, Kan.
Yxr . -KTn T, .. (1 .. mall 1,xT-lrA. E1&.00 Week-
Mv. Examination soon. ri;i"-"'
free until appointed. Franklin institute,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED For XJ. 6. army, able doobo
i j i . ao-Aa of 21 and
3B; citisens of U. S., of good character and
temperate habits, wno Bpeax,
write English. For Information apply to
recruiting officer, 522 Kansas ave . TopeKa,
Kan., or 728 Main st Kansas City, Mo-
MEN wanted to learn the barber trade
and the latest method used, tools rur
riished. positions secur-d, commission paid
while learning. Call r write Topeka Bar
ber college. 322 Kansas aw,
BOOM IN COPPER.
Ti.e Market Is Sold Ahead 100,000,000
Pounds.
New York, March 18. The Times
una iuu,.....i -. .
The demand tor coppw .in
creased that copper producing com
panies have sold ahad to the extent
of 100 000,000 pounds. This marks
a vast improvement In the copper
trEOf' these eales for future delivery,
t is said, that the United Metals Sell
ing company has orders covering 50
000,000 pounds, one or the large in
dependent producers orders for 80,
000,000 and other producers for ZO,
000.000 pounds.
Within the last two days the price,
which had receded fractionally under
thirteen cents, has again become firm
ly established at that figure and yesr
terday sales were made at that price.
Order's ranging from 1 000 000 to
3 000,000 pounds are said to have
been placed in fairly large numbers
recently bv domestic consumers. One
of these orders for the larger araomt
was held up by the suspension of the
Knickerbocker Trust company, which
was the banker for a power plant
construction enterprise for ph
this copper has been ordered. The
order will now be fllred, "ie trust
company is to reopen.
RCSHING TRACK LAYING.
Milwaukee Is Pushing Road to Com
pletion in Waslungtom.
Portland, Ore., March 18. A spec
ial to the Oregonian from Spokane,
Wash., gays: .. . ,
Work of putting down the steel on
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul in
eastern Washington will be started In
full force next Monday, when two
gangs, with construction trains and
two track laying machines will begin
laving track east and west from Linti.
Wash., where the Milwaukee crosses
the Northern Pacific.
A large force of men will be em
ploved distributing the ties and lay
in,'tr.-ti westward from ijnd to Rox-
boro, Warden and otneio, auu
sard to Ralston, Jttevere am- u'-
VU la also an-nouncedi at tne louai oi
flces of the Milwaukee that within a
fe-w davB track laying will begin east
and west of Tekoa.
SUNDAY THEATERS TO RUN.
Parsons Council and City Attorney to
Leave Show Houses Open.
Parsons, Kan., March 18. The city
attorney has made a report upon th
Mtinn nrexented to the council ask-
ig that an ordinance be passed closing
the Sunday theaters. After quotins
in full the laws of the state regarding
Snndav observance, the city attorney
nio,H v,io rertort as follows:
i.T ...int venrs bills have been in
troduced in the legislature providing
for the restriction or prohibiting of
certain amusements on Sundays, and
if these bills hao Decome jaws, you
1 oV thn action prayed for in
the petition, but so long as the state
law remains at It Is, an ordinance di
rected at a particular business would
be void. To tnis ine council agiosu.
Secretary Dooley Is Dead.
March 18. Thomas M.
Dooley, secretary of the United Asso
ciation OI ,:riumoBra. jx x-nLoia,
Steam Fitters and Steam Fitters' Help
aoA trnoterdav. following an oper-
ation for appendicitis. The body will
be sent to uncinnm.1 xur "ui itti.
Los Angeles, California.
Every day at 11:50 noon a Pullman
tourist sleeping car leaves Topeka for
Los Angeles, Cal., without change via
ha TTninn Pacific R. R. This car
stays in Salt Lake City through one
day light hours of one day, giving the
tourist an opportunity to visit the
many points of interest In the city by
the great miana sea,
ciuiroieh ltvra and bowels are the cause
of nearly every disease. Cleanse your sys
tem and regulate the bowlels and liver to
iimithv. natural action by Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. The surest remedy
known coc. xea or lauicis. rrtu x. wal
ker.
A - good safe Investment, Kansas
municipal bonds, not subject to taxa
tion. F"or sale by the Prudential Trust
company.
W ANTED 25 .farm hands, farm couples,
men falters. 1st and 2nd cooks, agents,
laborers out of city for sewer and paving.
Cap. Emp. Agency. 811 Kansas ave.
Positions in our 12 offices for office sales
and technical men. Write today stating
experience and salary expected. HAt
GOODS, 620 R. A. Tng bids-Kansas City.
WANTED-Registerewl Ph"SS Jour-
hours. Write .P. t.
nal.
WANTED-Experienced advertising sollc-
Tnrva. Address aovw '
ttor to work Topeka, Address .
care Journal.
MEN FOR WORK.
OF ALL KINDS, Cfjgg&gZ
THE USE OF THE 1 5 pvvl! V
VaNTED JOURNAL ADS. ETVERY
BODYREADS THEM, INCLUDING
YOURSELF.
WANTED Men to learn r0dwit
weeks required, best paying Vavehop
in the reach of poor man, fan nave s nog
with small capital. wages from , $12 , to WO
raeta1oygu.WmSUfrer"Moler Barber Col-
lege, Kansas it.
BXE0RAPHR--DOM2sTl5OBi
WAITRESS,
m-'-arr KIND OF FEMALE
HELP YOU MAY NEED: THI
TION WILL BE PROMPTLY,
BY DESIRABLE PEOPLE. W
AD APPEARS HERE.
t . ttc m m a week doing f ascinat-
stamp. Woman's National Art """'-'
Denver, Col.
WANTED 60 experienced 6l?,t
Hie II UUUfta-
WANTED A competent girl tat , Keral
housework. Must have good reference.
good wages. Mrs. x.
peka ave. -
WANTED German or Swede girl tor gen
era! housework. 318 Harrison St.
WANTED lady to room and board, no
other boaraers. iiujc .u-.-
dress A. B., care journa.
WANTED Girl to assist in housework.
No washing. iat .
1st class maker and apprentices learn
millinery at Mrs.
PRIVATE tables for ladies at Aoex cafe,
113 E. 8th St. -
WANTED Woman cook, first class with
state house. '
UrANTED SALESMEN .
rCTClZTX- ,nipfl exDerience un-
UnecsSa"ry $W0-"per month and expenses,
Peerless Cigar tjo., xmcu. -
WANTED AGENTS.
AGENTS OF ABILITY
AND EXPERIENCE ARE DJLY BF.
ING SECURED BY PATRONS O
CENTS ADAY, BY THE WEEK U
CENTS A UAL
WANTED MISCEIXANEOCS
WANTED WORK AT ?BB,'S?0o5S
shop, anything in tin, ste?i. iron, copp
or brass. Bpeciaities im'"- Qulnoy
Isham Co., 219 Et. 4th St.. between viuinoy
and Monroe. Beu u.
. . 1 -;,,(int rhildren.
rooms, west side. Adaress x.,
a. s to 10 room
hoSse d wi r take pride in keeping
evherhingnmcT about it Musi . be com
.i.t.i. mraiern. Address P. O. Box v-
. ......
peka, Kan.
. ...r j-,ti homes to pasture,
-2--SSffiU. ncTo!
S)WJ. BllKS luuuau, i. . .
ver HUl farm.
WANTED To do painting for horse. Ad
dress Painter, care .iuun...
WE PAY highest cash price for your
cast off clothing, shoes, bats and over
coats. Drop us a card or call Ind. phone
1490. Gordon Bros., 435 Kan, ave.
nnvTirnTn Tent ot once, rurnisneu
house in gooa locaiuy. . v-, . .
WANTED 8 dos. Buff Rock pulleU. Ad
dress T. A. waiao, bimikj,
W ANTED To buy 6 or room modern
cottage, north or i2tn st.
ern. Add. A. t:., care jounm..
tn i Tn,n -Dnvv, with OflO raS& in
TV Ail 1 liiy, oi mvj - ' , (iiiib.
good business, im is a bow "lo
tion. Address A, H., care journal.
wanted E-rerybodv' to try the New
Apex cafe, 113 Hi. stn st.
WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H.
M. Bush. Ind. phone s&i. " g-- " "-
FOR RENT HOTJSES.
AN EMPTY HOUSE
IS A POOR INVESTMENT. DESIRA
BLE RENTERS ARE DAILY READING
THIS COLUMN.
SPEND 4SC IUK A W C-CiV DJ-m.iij
AD THE RESULTS wiLiii abiophou
YOU. '
FOR RENT 6 room house, 2 lots, 21st
and Santa re st. inauire i . zs.auj
ave. Begume.
FOR RENT S room flat 428 Jefferson. In
quire room 20, v eaie piock.
FOR RENT 4 room cottage, almost mod
ern. Inquire iw riiimore sc.
Rooming flat on Kan. ave., with furnish
ings complete, tenanted by good steady
roomers, a bargain, part cash. W. M.
Forbes & Co. Both phones.
FOR RENT 4 room oottage 311 Klein St.,
S10.00.
FOR RENT Modern 7 room house on
Tyler, all kinds of fruit, lot fenced. Mrs.
Saxon. 12S7 Harrison.
FOR RENT 4 room cottage, gas and wa
ter. Inquire S21 Harrison St.
FOR RENT room house, gas.
next door east. 610 W. 12th st.
Inquire
FOR RENT Modern 6 room oottage 1401
Polk st. Phones 2417 black and 17S0 Bell.
FOR RENT 1 room modern house 716
Taylor St. iu4ltre . . jvyixui iua,
either phone 670 or 27S1.
FOR RENT 6 room house 510 Van Buren
St., $16. Ind. phone 2983.
FOR RENT 6 room modern cottage 610
Fillmore sx. mauire w . otn si.
FOR RENT 8 room house corner Polk
and 13th, gas, city water, ina. pnone ts&t.
FOR RENT Large modern house at 426
Topeka ave. Inquire C. W. Horn, 434
Topeka ave.
FINE HOME FOR RENT
11 rooms. large barn, cn car line,, close
INQUIRE OF
ANDERSON & GREENOUGH,
800 N. KANSAS AVE.
Ind. phone 1847. Bell 1843.
FOR RENT 1718 Fillmore, trood S room
house, barn. gas. xu; zm. Fillmore. Wil
son, 415 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1394.
FOR SAX E REAL ESTATE.
THREE BARGAINS
Nearly new 4 room house and 3 lots, nice location. $1,200. Easy, payments.
Nearly new 6 room bouse, not far southwest, modern. $2,500.
Good 6 room house not far out, $1,660. ; - - .
STRAUSS AGENCY.
107 EAST SEVENTH STREET. .
PHONE S24.
FOR QUICK SALE
THREE BARGAINS
Fine 5 room cottage, 2 lots, east front,
on pavement, cellar, well, cistern, bath.
Must sell on account of sickness. Price
$2,250.00. ' '
6 room house, 14 lots, east front, fine
shade, cellar, cistern, city water, sewer,
gas and electric lights $500.00 will handle
thie. Owner says sell.-
GOOD FARM
160 acre farm southwest of city, 66 acres
cultivated, 95 acres meadow, 4 room house.
barn for 6 head pf stock, well, cistern, 3
acres orchard. Must be handled soon.
Price $6,000.00.
LUCAS &i LAGERSTROM.
102 WEST FIFTH STREET,
IND. PHONE 1490.
FOR SALE
1 lots, house No. 1518 Mulvane. a beau
tiful 1 story cottage, 3 bed rooms up,
besides bath, cemented cellar with laun
dry privilege, combination stairway, mod
ern reception hall, gas, . electric lights,
handsome floors, close to car and paved
streets. Price $1,900.
THE CAPITOL REAL ESTATE CO.
WILSON & NEI3W ANGER.
116 WEST SIXTH STREET.
PHONES 948.
GREAT CHANCE ON CAPITOL
SQUARE.
Cheapest ground to be had. fine site with
shade, 45 feet. If sold at once $4,600.
PHONE IND. 1140 OR 11414.
GOOD-BY TO A "GOOD BUY."
6 room modern cottage, very convenient.
2 lots, east front. We'll say "good by"
this week for only $2,400; part cash. 1139
Garfield ave. Garlinghouse Realty Co.
MOFFITT. SHILLINGLAW & CO.
REAL ESTATE. LOANS, RENTAL
AGENTS.
We WEST SIXTH ST
BOTH PHONES 1065. TOPEKA. KAN.
FOR SALE room modern house, south
west, a iota, owner. aa w. 6th st.
FOR SALE An immediate offer will buy
my residence 728 W. 8th. vt. TnnAlta.
very cheap. C. C. Baker. Lathrop. Mo.
FOR SALE
New 4 room not t r, ut a shari. rnilt.
poultry houses, in Oakland, 1 block car.
"AVJU Li. LA KIN, 113 W. Sixth.
FOR SALE Best arranged 6 room mod
ern cottage in Topeka, Vfr lots, east front.
Price reasonable, at 1315 West st.
FOR SALE Modern 7 room house bv the
owner, 225 Fillmore. Ind. nhone 2814 red.
FOR SALE My home at 119 E. 10th st.
Mrs. C F, Rnoriliro,. Tnnnln ot 6
Jackson st. Both phones 103.
FOR SALE New 6 room cottage, gas, city
water, near vvasnDurn. Phone 4043.
FOR SALE Nice home good part of the
uny. (us xyier st.
FOR SALE Small housed Inquire at 517
E. 2d st.
FOR SALE 1,520 acres close to good rail
road town, lots of timber and running
water, 800 acres of bottom land, good im
provements. An ideal farm and ranch.
Only $15 per acre. Willard E. Lyon, Lin
coln, Kan.
LOOK AT 1264 GARFIELD
4 room house, best location, gas for light
and heat, well, $300 barn. Must sell this
week. $1,050: V, cash Hmrv nn!
W. M. FORBES & CO., 107 W. Seventh.
FOR SALE
$1.3oO will buy a nice little home 2d and
Tyler. 4 rooms and basement, city wa
ter, cistern, gas. A. E. Pederson, 623 Kan
sas ave. Phone 978.
FOUR SPECIALS
5 acre tract west Q city, 1 block from
ear line, with barn, chicken and hog tight
fence, 7 room new modern house, for $3,000.
6 room house, barn, 2 acres, on car line.
Price $2,250.
6 room house, cellar and well. 6 east
front lots, 2 blocks from car line. Price
reduced from $1,250 to $1,000 for quick sale.
2 new 4 room cottages on a corner. Price
$850.
: J. Z. HOWE & CO.
110 EAST SIXTH STREET.
IND. PHONE 2646 RED. ,
TOPEKA. KAN.
FOR SALE N. B. corner 8th and Western
avenues. Bath, hot water heat ana rraiui
hade. One of the most desirable residence
corners in the city. See owner.
WOULD YOU SELL?
YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS IF A
HANDSOME PROFIT COULD BE
MADE? THE OTTTOTCKKT iwn WflftT
oATlsr ALTORY METHOD IS JOUR
NAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.
FOR SALE 1 or 3 lots on Garfield ave.
near 8th st. Address F. M. c. Journal
FOR SALE Modern new 8 room house.
lurcuice, caui, line iinisn. Jrlior.e
C. B. ALBERT, REAL ESTATE.
THE HOUSE AND ROOM LOCATER.
Room 4. 601 Kansas Ave. Ind. Phone 1863.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 2 modern furnished rooms,
hot water heat, electric light and bath.
710 W. 8th st.
FOR RENT 5 rooms, gas, bath, 220 W.
6th st. Ind. phone 2997 black.
FOR RENT 2 upstair rooms. Inquire at
Drug store, isz M-ansas ave.
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping
rooms aown etaire, t.w. am Adams st.
FOR RENT S furnished housekeeping
rooms iu. aiso a at a. iw ta. ira et.
FOR RENT 1 or 2 furnished rooms, mod
ern house. Bath and phone. 1315 Har
rison.
CHEAP office rooms with heat, light and
janitor service. 15 Kansas ave.
FOR RENT 8 modern looms 1230 Jackson
St.. (7 per month. Phone 4391.
FOR RENT nSCELIiANEOUS.
FOR RENT Blacksmith shop, good lay
out for good blacksmith. Dawson &
Pierson. 104 E. 6th st.
FOR RENT Garden and fruit farm,
phone 8962 6.
Bell
For Rent or Sale, 40 lots in Highland
park. w. is. Lawrence, Crawford bldg.
FURNISHED beated lodge rooms and
aanoe hall, medal rates to lodges Having
weekly meeting. 418 Kansas ave. -
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE BY OWNER, i room house in
good repair, 5 lots, cistern, cellar, well,
fine shade, fruit, $1,200. W, 8th and High
land ave. Chas. Yewdall, owner.
-WEST SIDE t250
9 room house, cellar, good well and cis
tern, 2 lots, 2 blocks from car line, rents
for $13. Price for quick sale $1,250; $250
cash; balance monthly payments.
DAWSON & PIERSON, .
104 EAST SIXTH STREET.
IND. PHONE 1038. -
FOR SALE 6 room brick house and 4
lots. 893 Oakland ave., Oakland.
GEO. M. NOBLE As CO.
REAL ESTATES. LOANS, INSURANCE.
Som Special 'Farms cad City Bargains.
48SKAN AVE. OPT; POSTOFFICH.
TOR SALE -MISCELIiANEOCS.
OTHERS DO
AS YOU" ARE DOING.READING THESE
ADVERTISEMENTS. ALMOST ANY
THING CAN BE SOLD OR SECURED
BY A MISCELLANEOUS JOURNAL AD
THE REASON IS 60 PER CENT MORE
PAID LOCAL CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER TOPEKA NEWSPAPER,
Parlor combination pool and billiard table
ay i. Biansiieia, tssz Kansas ave.
FOR 8ALE 3 or choice milk cowl On
time If necessary to right party. Jno.
H. Wood. Ind. phone 8476.
FOR SALE S column funeral car, good
as new. also Zd hand hearse. W. rv.
Hazen, Topeka, Kan.
FOR SALE One farm mare, cheap, wt.
1200 lbs. 301 W. 13th st.
SOD X TfOTTTVrTATM
On 18 syrup tilting jar Lippincott soda
fountain, onyx front, tables, chairs, stools,
oak counter, 2 10-feet show cases and
bases, all in good condition, at a bargain.
Innuire A. T. Waggener's, 731 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE One of the nicest Btocks of
groceries and meats in the city. Invoice
Huuui uomg aDout ?2,ooo per month,
J. A., care Journal.
FOR SALE National cash register, cov
ered delivery wagon, Dayton computing
minima. n. mattnews, Agt., Tel. 619.
FOR SALE Female canaries, 25c; also
orown ijegnorns. isz t;iay st.
FOR SAT.W
Phaeton and harness, $30. College and
aisi si. ina. phone 3361.
FOR SALE 4 thoroughbred Silver Sea
DiacK nens. zsi Woodlawn, Potwin.
FOR SALE Butcher's-cooler as good as
new. Aim. i t. A.ijvieint.
FOR SALE Cheap, stove, hose, steel
range, hall tree, china closet, pine bed rm,
set, porcn rocaer. rugs. S24 Top. ave.
FOR SALE Nice fine, bright cane hay.
Frank Logan, Seabrook, Phone 1324 4.
FOR SALE One good, fresh cow 1010 E.
FOR SALE A dandy little grocery store,
invoicing around $1,000. low rent. nice.
agreeable money making trade, selling to
imve town. aqu. Grocery a, care journal.
FOR SALE The most complete line of
new ana Hprnr, r fi tt nrl tr ruu in in. o.itv
uresser & uaton, 4Z3 Kansas ave.
A BARGAIN IF TAKEN AT ONCE
Paying grocery and meat business, annual
sales $30,000.00. Best location in city. Ad
dress Raymond Jack. 71? Topeka ave., To
peKa, 2ian.
FOR SALE Billiard and pool tables, easy
payments, lowest prices. You can not
afford to waste time with commission
agents. Buy from the factory. Catalogue
iree. liie .BrunewicK-oaiKe-uoiienOier (JO.,
poi vemware st., jvansaa tlty, mo.
FOR SALE Improed No. 1 creator pop
corn wagon on model B. Also Parker
snooting gallery, a lull blacksmith's out-
nt. us is. 8th st. . .
FOR SALE Cheap, refrigerator, steel
range, hall tree, china closet, bed room
set. coucn, rugs, aa iopeKa ave.
FOR SALE Team of heavy work horses.
cheap. J.- Thomas Lumber Co.. 213 W.
tun st.
FUK HALE-Biieey, practically new
cheap. Tutchers' stable. 7th and Van
Buren. ,.,
FOR SALE Household goods, also 7 room
house for rent, call l to b p. m. 1334 Gar
field ave.
FOR SALE Pure bred White Wyandotte
eggs, 60c per 16; young nens 76c. n. Dre-
bing, German ave.
FOR SALE 2 good surrey horses. 1200 lbs
each. Ind. phone sol; also fancy black
driving mare 1000 lbs.
FOR SALE Good sound driving horse
also team, cheap. 12S xopeka ave.
FOR SALE Loose or baled hay, fine
bound cane, kafflr. J. N. Edgar, Ind. 6294,
FOR SALE! typewriters, ' graphohpone.
pool table, piano. 413 Kansas ave. Se-
guine.
I HAVE some horses and mules for sale,
cheap, on Curtis sX Nortn uopeKa.
FOR SALE Cheap, buggy in good condi
tion. 823 Jackson St.
FOR SALE 38 high class dairy cows and
haifers Holsteins. Jerseys and grades:
2 Holstein bulls, 2 Jersey bulls, 10 harness
and saddle horses, at Topeka fair grounds
Tuesday. March SS4, los. G. G. Burton,
Topeka, Kan.
mn SAI.If 1 team young farm horses.
driving team and team of young mules.
suitable for delivery. u unanaier st.
ALFALFA hay for sale.
Ind. pphone 553S.
Dudley farm.
FOR SALE On trial, best washing ma
chines on eartn. xc. oiuc.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Grocery stock of
about $1,200 tor sma.ii larin. zu, journal.
GOOD forest trees, rotted manure and
garden plowing. Ind. phone 6531.
FOR SALE i head fine 2-year-old heifers
fresh soon. A!so 10 head western unbro
ken horses, TOU to wa. J- . eaiseut, ina.
phone 6294. Highland par.
rnr cat sno business eards for zl.S
500 envelopes $1.25; SCO letter heads, $1.50.
See them: first class priming at propor
tionate rates. Trapp. u &ansaa ave.
FOR SALE 10 tons choice millet hay in
barn opposite Burnett mouno, J no. a.
Wood, ma. pnone . -
FRANK BLANCH. 421 E. 4th St. Store
fronts, shelving, counters, bank and of
fice fixtures, display refrigerators and
cooling rooms. .
FOR SALE 2 horses 90 and $30. Also
oak and elm posts. en pnone ma .
'Jtl0, a. Gritting.
LEGAL,
tFirst published in The Topeka . State
4 Journal March 17, 1908.1
ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
Mayor's Office, Topeka, Kansas, March
r 17, 1908.
I, William Green, Mayor of the City of
Topeka, Kansas, do hereby proclaim, give
notice and make known that the Mayor
and Council of the City of Topeka. Kan
sas, have duly passed and approved Ordi
nance No. 2S41, authorizing and directing
me. as Mayor of said city, to call a spe
cial election for the purposes hereinafter
iortn, and a special election is nereuj
called which will be held in the city of
Topeka. Kansas on the 7th day of April,
190S, for the purpose of submitting to the
legauy quaniiea voters or tne Liiy ui au
peka. the following proposition:
BlAl,Li THE FOLLUWIJNVi
inflPTFTI:
"Proposition to issue bonds of the City
of Topeka, Kansas, not to exceed the Bum
of Sixty-five thousand dollars ($85,000.00)
ror the purpose of constructing ana ex
tending the electric light plant of said
citv for the mimosa of surviving said city
and its inhabitants with electric light;
said bonds to bear interest not to exceed
six per cent, per annum and to oe paya
ble in not more than thirty (30) years
from their date and to be issued In de
nominations of not exceeding One Thou
sand Dollars $(1000.00)."
The special election hereby called shall
be conducted under the general election
laws of the State of Kansas. The polls
shall be open from 6 o'clock a. m. to 6
o'clock p. ro. and the polling places for
conducting such - election in the various
precincts in the city of Topeka, Jiansas,
are as follows, to wit :
FIRST WARD. '
First Precinst, 813 North Kansas Ave
nue.
Second Precinct, 913 North Kansas Ave
nue.
Third Precinct, 1003 North Kansas Ave
nue.
Fourth Precinct. 1334 North Kansas
Avenue.
SECOND WARD.
First Precinct, 233 Jefferson Street.
Second Precinst, 401 Madison Street.
Third Precinst, 812 East Fourth Street
Fourth Precinet, 1109 East Sixth Ave
nue.
Fifth Precinct Auditorium.
Sixth Precinst 462 8eward Avenue.
THIRD WARD.
First Preclnnt. SSI Kansas Avenue.
Second Precinct, 511 West Tenth Ave
nue. .
Third Precinct, 712 West Twelfth street,
Fourth Precinct. 1189 Lincoln Street
FOURTH WARD.
First Prer-innt. sor West Seventh Street.
Second Precinct. Provident Association
ttuiiding. .,
rrhrrl frerrinM. Knmner scnooi euuains,
Fourth Precinct, 1021 West Sixth Ave
nue.
FIFTH WARD.
First Precinct, 1703 Buchanan Street.
Second Precinct. 1633 Kansas Avenue.
Third Precinct. 615 East Tenth Avenue.
SIXTH WARD.
First Prenlncf. Allen's Carcenter Shop.
Second Precinct, Lowman Hill School
Building.
The returns ol said election snau do
lario tr the Ottv Olei-k of said Citv of
Topeka, and the canvassing board shall
canvass the same and declare the number
of votes cast for said proposition and the
number of votes cast against said propo
sition and whether the same is carried or
defeated, in accordance with the count of
votes as, so made.
IN WITNESS WHEKEOr,
have hereunto set my hand
this 17th day of March. 1908.
ff?esl 1 WM. GREEN.
Mayor of the City of Topeka,
Kansas.
Attest: C B. BURGE,
Clerk of the City of Topeka, Kansas
First published in The Topeka State Jour
nal iiarcn ii, iwa.j
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF
ELECTIONS.
March 17th, 1908.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
Time of closing the books prior to the
city eieottorv to bee.Aprll , isus. -
When office will be oren or evenings.
Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of
Elections to hear appeals from the decision
of the Commissioner of Elections.
Call for bids to furnish meals for elec
tion boards.
AH voters who were registered March
31st, 1907 and voted at the city election
April 2nd, 1907 (Green and Kemper con,
test for mayor) and who have not chang
ed their residence since, are legally regis
tered at this time.
All voters who failed to vote at said
election, who have- not registered or re
registered since the April election of 1907,
will have to do so on or before Friday,
March 27th, 1908, to become a qualified
voter under registration at the city elec
tion to be held April 7th, laos. All voters
voting at said election will continue duly
registered for the next subsequent gen
erai election it no cnange ot residence is
made prior to the holding of same.
Notice is hereby given that the books
for the registration of voters for the city
of Topeka will be closed Kriday, March
27th. 1908. at 10 o clock p. m. an will re
main closed until after the general elec
tion to be held Tuesday, April 7th, 1908.
From Tuesday. March 17th. to Friday,
March 27th, inclusive, registration can be
made at the office of the Commissioner of
Elections from 8 o clock a. m. until 10
o'clock d. m.. including the noon hour.
A meeting of the board of supervisors of
elections will be held at the office of the
commissioner of elections on Tuesday,
March 31st, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose
of revising the registration, hearing ap
peals from the decision of the commis
sioner of elections, and the consideration
of bids for furnishing meals to judges and
clerks of elections to be held April 7th
1908, also any other business which may
properly come before the board of super
visors. Bids for furnishing meals for election
boards must be filed at this office on or
before Tuesday noon, March 31. 190S.
ti. I l l US.
SealJ Commissioner of Elections.
CFirst published In The Topeka State Jour
nal iiarcn it, ia.j
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
State Board of Control at their office in
the city of Topeka until 2 o clock p. m
Wednesday, April 29, 1908. for the remod
eling of the boiler house at the School for
Feeble-minded xoutn, winfield, Kan
sas.
Also for a 75 K. W. direct current gener
ator and engine for same institution.
All of the foregoing to be executed in
strict accord with the plans, details and
specifications prepared for the same s-
John jj Stanton, state Arcnitect.
Copies of the plans and specification
can be seen on file at the office of the
Board of Control, Topeka, Kansas, at the
office of the superintendent of the insti
tution, and at the office of the State Arch
itect, in the capitol. Topeka.
All bids or proposals shall be made to
the Board of Control and shall be accom
panied by a eertitied cneck on some re
sponsible bank for five per cent of the
amount bid. payable to the Board of Con
trol, and the same shall be forfeited to
Jtie State in case the successful bidder
fails for ten days to enter into a contract
and furnish - the required bonds, as
prescribed by law, after the awarding of
the contract.
All b.tdi or proposals shall be sealed and
directed to the secretary of the Board of
Control, TopeKa, Kan., and endorsed
either "Proposal for boiier house"
"ProDosal for engine and generator."
All contracts shall be awarded -by the
Roard of Control to the lowest responsi
ble bidder, but the Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids, or to re-
lect parts ol uiu uuu bcl v-
rieomed for the best interest of the state.
Attention of bidders is called to the
"eight-hour law," with which they must
comply. . - '
By order of the Board of Control of
State CharitaDie institutions.
E. B. SCHERMERHORN, Chairman.
F. W. KNAPP. secretary.
March 14, 1908.
First published - in The Topeka State
NOTICE TOCONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the City Clerk up to 6 o'clock p.
m Monday. Aoril 6. 1908. for all catch
basins and necessary pipe connections
LEGAL.
and for the grading, curbing ana
paving -of the following streets: Lane
street from the south line of Sixth avenue
to the south line of Eighth avenue. North
Jackson street from the south line or
Morse street to the south-line ox. at. joh
street; Thirteenth street from the west
line of Harrison street to the east Jine
of Topeka avenue; Harrison street from
the south line of Huntington avenue
th. i. i ; .... nf v.',,, .! ,h ovonue. Garfield
avenue from the south line of Thirteenth
street to the north line of Fifteenth
street; Monroe street from the south line
of Tenth avenue to the north line or
Twelfth street, and Williams avenue from
the west line of Clay street to is
linA nf Rnphsnnn street, also for the re-
paving with brick on the aresent concrete
foundation; Tenth avenue ironi wij .
line of Jackson street to the east line ot
u . -ic-. fitrt anri Siith avenue from
the east line of Harrison street to the
west line of West street. All of said work
to be done in strict accordance with the
plans and specifications now on file in the
city engineer's office where estimates ot
said work are on file subject to public
inspection.
A certified check of deposit of 5 per
cent of the amount of the bid must ac
company each proposal. All proposals
should be addressed to the city clerk, To
peka, Kansas. , .
LSeal.J C. ts. bukgjk, jity
Published in The Topeka State Journal
Marcn is, isius.j
STATE OF KANSAS.
Executive Department.
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION,
Snrine- tinu with Its buds and blossoms
and wealth ot toilage win soon oe ocic,
Rnrl in onntemnlatinn nf its coming I de-
Sire to call attention of the people of the
State to the time honored custom ot ae
voting one day each year to the planting
of trees. Nature shows its friendship for
beast and bird and man in no greater
way than In the forests which enrich the
wnrM anA in the trees which everywhere
adorn the landscape. "Trees," says Hen-
rv van IJvke. "are rootea in our
feelings, and our sweetest memories, like
birds, build nests in the branches.
ShakesDeare says that "trees nave
a h sarirts. "who does not un
derstand their language and enjoy their
converse." In some lands trees are so
greatly valued that no one can cut one
down without government permission.
and then another must be planted In its
stead. In our own land the wasteiui ex
travagance with which our timber land
has been denuded has alarmed our
statesmen until the preservation and re-
Ktratinn of nnr forests has become a na-
ch srreat importance that
the President of the United States has
called a Congress of Governors to meet m
Mav largely for the purpose of consider
ing" this great question. But. trees are not
nniv essential trt the countrv for commer
cial purposes ; they are essential to the
aesthetic interests of the country as well.
iney aaorn our ciub mm u.
hnmea -with an ndisoensable environment
of beauty. In summer they shield us from
the summer sun, ana caress us wim uoi
cool breezes. In winter they stand like
mute sentinels keeping faithful vigil over
Kansas, originally a prairie state, ima
sssiiiirmalv Motivated trees until nearly
every village and city is a bower of beau
tv and nearlv everv farm house is blessed
with these beneficent gifts of nature. The
one spot, however, where trees are most
painfully lacking is the average country
sohnnl envirrmment.and nowhere are trees
more needed for the environment of a
school house enters unconsciously into
the life of the pupil and is a vital pan 01
ll is education.
In consultation with Hon. E. T. Fair
chiM Stato Superintendent of Public In
struction, it has been agreed that ARBOR
DAY this year shall be especially devoted.
En far as our mutual influence may go, to
the adornment of the school grounas 01
the State with trees, and this message,
simtiiemented bv a letter from Mr. Fair-
child with - other matter appropriate to
this subject, will be placed in, the hands
of the school people of the state, and I
hnarrts nf education, teachers and
pupils alike to devote FRIDAY,-APRIL
10th, wnicn I nere ana now aesieciaxe no
ARBOR DAY, to the planting of trees
about the school premises of the State.
Let It be a day memorable in the history
of the nearly nine tnousana scnooi dis
tricts of Kansas.
I.N TiSSTlMOKI WMIiRJiUr,
have hereunto subscribed my
name and caused to be affixed
Seal. the GREAT SEAL of the State
ot Kansas. i-one at topesa,
this 17th day of March, 1908.
E. W. HOCH, Governor.
By the Governor:
C. E. DENTON,
Secretary of State.
IyOST AND FOUND.
ANYTHING LOST OR FOUND T
TME OWNER CAN QUICKLY FIND A
LOST ARTICLE OR THE ARTICLE ITS
OWNER IF .THE AD APPEARS BE
FORE THE JOURNAL'S 60 PER CENT
LARGER iiUVAJj UAlljl tlKUUliA
TION.
LOST Small gold locket. Please call Ind.
phone 3961. Kewara it iouna.
LOST Green plush buggy robe on Kansas
ave. Friday. Phone Mrs. Saxon, fc64. Re
ward.
JPORJKXCJPANGK
WANTED To exchange cement walk or
cellar floor lor horse. Jonn jjouoeK,
Bell 2334,
MISCELLANEOUS.
FREE 1 can of Cres-Olac, any oolor,
with $2 cusW oraer 01 wan paper. jr
Lawson, 208 W. 7th at. Both phones.
LOOK HERE
Contractors and farmers, and those who
hire help, see me. 11 you want a jod see
me If vou want to buy, sell or trade
real eftate, live stock or merchandise, see
me ( it. Bayier, xv,., r-uiic iuiu .em
ployment Agency, 521 North Kansas ave,
Bell phone 1278. - '
CARPET WEAVING: Rugs and carpets
WOVe at varpei ruciwij, iii J- 1 eu
WALL PAPER 5 CENTS UP
WE CARRY A FULL STOCK. LET US
FIGURE ON WORK.
F TT WAITS. 220 E. FIFTH STREET.
PHONES: BELL 185. IND. 2344 RED.
20 LOADS DIRT GIVEN TO PARTIES
hauling it away, aw -ricuu.ru st.
PIANO and stringed music lesson, 25c. at
pupil s nome. auuitbs mi c. w.. nuiuey,
725 Garfield ave.
XRY our hot cocoa and chocolate, 6c per
CUP. JLieucious, reireamuB Ap caie.
113 K. Sth St.
BEFORE vou build that new house.
will pay you to see O. A. Bowersfleld
cement building block for price and qual-
ty. Call 111 E. 4tn st. ina. pnone is.
GENUINE American main springs for
American watcnes. B. Teiarers. 607 K.A.
D7 YOUR watch needs repairing bring It
to 8. Freidburg, wt Kansas ave. and
have it done ngnt
SANITARIUMS.
CHRIST S HOSPITAL COTTAGES FOR
the care and treatment 01 nervous inva
lids, alcohol and drug 'habits and mild
eases or mental arrangement. w. s.
Lindsay. M. D.. 829 K. A.. Tooka. Kan.
PICTURE FRAMING.
FRAMING, regilding. mat making, mount
tag done by J. D. Sullivan, 122 W. Eightfa
street, racainr. snipping, etc
CXiEANERSANDJJRS 1
FRENCH DYE WORKS
aCeaning, dyeing, pressing and repairing
neatly and promptly done. Ladies' work
especially. We call for and deliver an
work. Phone 1766. Brown s Walkes, 214
E. Sth St., Topeka.
J2J5SjiSMATOOTf CERW.
sin SEMyappllcaUon tOT a permit to
itattt"1" liquors according to law
the TitvJ ?vn0Z- iu the Second ward of
office of ?.Topek?' .is now tile in the
eiS!0f-2."Sta.JaS t Shawnee
. v . 1,t'D- J- lie near in c of th nms.
set tor Tuesday, Ahril 7. at 10 o'clock
c- M. KNOWLTON.
TETl?' "PPU.cation for a permit to
22 ict n "mors according to law
? rtttS SKlJ-a the Second ward
the ofTi v. .v. K now on me in
nee SmS fJh Prbate judge of Shaw
Zfi? "if; haa?B- The hearing of the
SS2,?.MLIor April 1. Wednesday, at W
: c. s. pope.
NtvI J!-?erebr rfvn that my petition
according tX i lo seu ntoxicating liquors
433 ?Kansfs W at myru tore- at No.
dtv of Te" 11 the urth ward of the
fs now on1??3-. Snanee county, Kansas.
Judge To" Rh! in the off-ce of the Probate
that th WD,eo ?unty. Kansas, -and
bv hl HlTv,faSn bt?n et tor hearing
house, in the clt7 of Topeka. ' CU"
" - B. WALKER.
fo?a,ermir?b5r ?,vf"kthat m Petition
according to i0 1eU "'Oting liquors
of fhT tt 8t-f in the Second ward
Srac'Jy of Treka. Shawnee county.
Kansas, is now on file in the office of
the probate judge of Shawnee innti1
Kansas, and that the same has been set
nh1S5.,fb3r.t5e Honorable R. F. Ha"
KsnssTnJ pawnee, oountK
March. 1908. at 10"-, . J?
Sl2lin "the court houe. in the city of
Topeka, M. A BTrwrrrrwaa
MONET.
MONEY to loan An livA nt. ...... .
onaiecurity, household goods, typewrit
ers. E. Seguine. 413 K, A. Both phonii
MONEY to loan on city property, also
personal property. You can pay back
Ef the week or month. Topeka Invest"
ment & Loan Co- IU E. sth St.
MONEY to loan on personal nroDertr. ,
payment 8LSS waeir iii .Jr.tfVlt li
J? wt?k - H. Flintham, notary pub
lic. 906 E. 4th st. Either phone 877.
MONEY to loan on llvs stock, pianos, otw
person al seenriiv. L. Biceoe. S!8 Kan. ant
vTTORNETS.
H. WARD PAGE, Attorney t-Law.
w r 1 iv.rj iie w . sii (si.
BARBER KHOPS.
MODEL Barber shop 815 Kansas ave.
"iw to cents, enave io cents.
HSKTANP AND STTRGEON3.
IDA C BARWBIfi, sC. .
Office 72t Kansas are. ReaMenna Ti
teenth and Clay, Office hours: s m. im
11 a. m. and S p. m. to t p. m. Bota
phones 1C residence and Ind. 1816 office.
R. O. RHOADES. M D. Pflaa finenlaliat
732 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone 45. Hours:
to 12: 2 tc 6; 7:30 to 8:S0.
DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases
of women, with privets hospital. Office
(W1 Trrif ntre.
TRANSFER AND STORAGR.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER st ETORAOE
Co., packs, ships and stores household
goods. Tel. 18& Clarence Skinner, til
Quincy t.
TETERINARY SURGEONS.
OR. J. O YOUNG, veterinary surgeon, 4a
vnuncr sx. xsota pnonea.
TEAMSHTPIJNES
STEAMSHIP TICKETS to and from all
parts of the world lowest rates, best
lines. T. L. King, agt., Santa Fe., Topeka.
PATENTS
3. A. ROSEN, patent attorney. 423 Kansas
ave.. Topeka,
FURNITURE REPAIRED.
D. J. Trickier does expert furniture re
pairing. Carpenter and job work also
neatly done. 214 W. 11th st. Bell 1692 red.
CHAIRS REPAIRED
New system, stronger than glue, lasts
forever, doesn't injure finest furniture,
wires concealed. Let tie show you.
IKU. PHOSE 8968.
JBICrCTJraAJTOREPATRrNO
U. S. CYCLE CO., 830 Kan. ave. National
r Iver-Johnaon bicycle, supplies, repairs.
JEWELERS.
JAMES B. HATDSN, Jeweler and Optl- -
clan, complete stocK 01 watcnes. dia
monds, silverware, eta. Eyes examines
snd spectacles properly fitted.
TfNTERTAKTrrei.
BOMGARDNER 4k BELL.
Successor to G. B. Palmer. Funeral di
rectors snd licensed embalmers. Wl Jack
son st. Phones 146. Free ambulance.
L. M. FENWELL, funeral director an4
embalmer. First class service, reason'
able prices. 811 Quincy st. Both phones 193. i
CESfENTWAXKS
BRAIN, the cement man, wants to figure
on walks, cellar, floors and foundations. ;
None too big nor too small. Payments if
desired. Send card. J. M. Brain, 201 Ste
phens 6t-
OTWTRACTORA
FRANK BLANCH, 421 E. 4th st. Store
fronts, shelving, counters, bank and of
fice fixtures, display refrigerators.
JPTOJRTSTS
FRESH cut flowers for all occasions to
be found at Hayes' flower store, 107 W.
Sth. Ind. phone 377.
SEEDSANDJFEED
SEE that you get the best, such, as we
carry. All our seeds are fresh, prices
right. ' G. H. Harris. 210 W. 6th st.
PATTjra
CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK
PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th t. Mfgra of
building, paving and sidewalk brick.
FHKKJOISPENSART.
QUINCY STREET FREE DISPENSARY.
821 Quincy st. Conducted by regular-
?ract icing physicians and surgeons. Med
cal service free. Medicine free in some
eases. Office hours 8 to 6 p. m. Calls
answered night or day. Ind. phone 1767.
CARPENTERS AND PTTTLDERS.
J. L. Eddy, carpenter and builder, repair
and Job work. U0 E. 9th: Ind. phone 67.
HATHTNESHOPg.
For up-to-date gunsmiths and electricians
see ri. 11. nowara. tn mn. ave. nu aus.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS.
FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS AND PAT
tern makers. Topeka Foundry, 818-820-828
Jackson St.. Both, phones 480. .
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