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The result of the election in New York causes Democrats in many parts of
the country to severely criticise Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tammany. In
dependent Democrats, men who do not belong t6 the organization,, openly de
clare that Tammany did not do its full duty at the polls. Some members of
the organization also threaten to make war on Murphy. Richard Croker, the
former Tammany leader, 1b expected in this country soon, and the various fac
tionists probably will seek his aid in untangling the snarl that the famous
political body seems to have allowed to enmesh It.
litems for tae North Topeka column may
be left fct the Pe.tro & Woodford drug
store, fiS North Kansas avenue, or call
the North Side reporter at her home.
Ind. phone 2SS1 black.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wilson of Shorey
left this morning for a few weeks' visit
with friends and relatives in Missouri
and Illinois.
The Ladies' Missionary society of the
North Topeka Baptist church will meet
"Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Wm.
Van Ness at her home in Holman addi
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barber returned
to their home in Marceline, Mo., today
after a week's visit with friends here.
They were returning from an extended
trip through the west, where they went
for the benefit of Mrs. Barber's health,
which Is now greatly improved.
Mrs. Julia Johnson and son Roy went
to Silver Lake today to spend a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson.
Miss Hazel Miller of Lawrence, came
here today to remain until next Sunday
with Miss Bertha Miller.
Miss Frances Jackson and Miss
Claudia Smith went to Osage City to
day to remain until Thursday visiting
their cousin, Mr. Arthur Berry, and
family. '
Mr. and Mrs. Howard French return
ed to Leavenworth this morning after
spending three days here on a business
Frank Williams went to Kansas City
this morning on a short business trip.
Louis Nystrom of Kansas City is
here, called on account of the serious
illness of his father, Mr. John Nystrom
of 1019 North Jackson street.
Fred Smith and Oscar Scott went to
Silver Lake today on a hunting trip.
Amity Lodge No. 231, K. of P., con
ferred the rank of Page upon 17 candi
dates at their meeting Monday even
ing. ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Timmins returned
to their home in Onaga today after a
few days' visit here with their daugh
ter. Mrs. H. Tanner of North Quincy
Mr. Arthur Wilson left this morning
for Holbrook, Neb., where he will spend
three weeks visiting his grandparents.
Mrs. Jesse Thompson of Atchison,
Kansas, will comehere today to spend
a few days the guest of her mother,
Mrs. Mary Jordan.
Joseph Stockwell of Grantville and
Jack Duffy of Elmont were among the
North side visitors today.
Grant school was closed this morning
on account of the smallpox scare.
Rev. S. T. Stafford and Rev. T. C.
Peterson of North Topeka began a re
vival service in the Rochester school
house north of town Monday evening
and will continue every evening. Ser
vices begin at 7:30.
A delegation of twenty members of
the local branch of the G. I. A. went
to Atchison Monday to hear the re
port of Mrs.- Mary Fuller, who was
proxy delegate to the grand convention
of enginemen which was held in Cleve
land during the summer. Those who
went are: Mrs. Mary Manker, Mrs.
Charles Berry, Mrs. Ed Ash. Mrs. S.
Richardson, . Mrs. George Sherman,
Mrs. William Sherman, Mrs. George
Metzger, Mrs. E. B. Jolley, Mrs. Ed
Whitcomb, Mrs. Charles Sharp, Mrs.
Amos Beeler, Mrs. John McNeal, Mrs.
Lizzie Smith, Mrs. E. E. Smith, Mrs!
Charles Leat and Mrs. William Gilpin.
The party will return' home tomorrow.
Engineer Tom Roache of Arkansas
City Is visiting in the city for a few
E. L. Kingsbury of Arkansas City,
who has been visiting with railway
officials in Topeka for several days,
has returned to his home.
William J. Curtis, traveling passen
ger agent of the Santa Fe, has gone to
Kansas City and St, Joseph on a busi
ness trip.
- Although efforts have been -made
both by the police force of Kansas
City and the Santa Fe secret service
department, no trace ha yet been
found of William A. Merrill, the ma
chine shop foreman at Argentine, who
disappeared from, his home Octo
ber 15.
F. H. Curry has gone to Arkansas
City where he will become chief clerk
to Master Mechanic Lendrum.
United States Senator Charles Cur
tis will furnish the next number on the
Y. M. C. A. entertainment course next
Friday night. He will make an ad
dress on the Philippines.
E. C. Bratten, night ticket clerk at
the depot, has- left with, Mrs. Bratten
for an extended trip to New Mexico
and California points.
Frank Line has gone to Raton
where he has accepted a position with
the Santa Fe, and will work in the
construction department.
J. L. Sargent, commercial agent of
the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern,
was a Topeka visitor today.
(Items for the Hast Topeka column mar
be telephoned to Ind. phone 2881 black.
When in need of anything in lum
ber or building material. builder's
hardware, paints, glass, etc., see J. B.
Whelan & . Co., Fourth and S. F.
track, opposite R. R. Y. M. C. A. They
have a new and complete stock. .
Mrs. Garr, of Kansas City, is spend
ing a few days here the guest of Mrs.
J. R. Stitt of 232 Chandler street.
Miss Virgle Morris, of Oakland, visi
ted friends on the East side Monday
The Ladies' Aid society of the Chris
tian church will meet at the church
Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Hannah Thompson, of St.
Marys, came here today to spend a
few days the guest of Miss Ethel
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newell returned
to their home in Emporia today after
a week's visit with relatives here.
The Belview Literary society will
meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Ed Mattlngly on
Republican avenue. East Hill.
Miss Bertha Harris is able to be out
and around again after several weeks'
illness with typhoid fever.
The Mistletoe club will meet Thurs
day afternoon, November 12, at the
home of Leora Winget, 314 Monroe
street. -
Mrs. Eva M. Crume and son Maxwell,
of 416 Liberty street, left Friday for
Preston, Neb., where they will spend
several weeks the guests of her par
ents. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Butler and
daughter, Elsie, spent Saturday and
Sunday the guests of Mrs. Mary Wil
son and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilson
of Stull, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wellman and chil
dren have returned to their home at
403 Liberty street, after spending sev
eral weeks at Blue Rapids.
Mrs. E. W. Rake spent Friday the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Wil
son, of Big Springs.
Mrs. Harriett Miller of Ogden, Utah,
is expected to arrive here in a few days
to make an extended visit with friends
and relatives.
Mr. Harry Service,, of 214 Jefferson
street, has been laying oft on account
of a broken finger for two weeks.
The Young People's circle of the
Third Christian church was entertain
ed last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Ticknor, of 13 Leland street. About
40 young -people were present. After
the meeting was over, games were play-
YOUNG MEN to prepare for coming
Exam, for railway mail and other gov
ernment positions. Superior instruction
by mail. Established 14 years. Thousands
of successful students. Sample questions
and "How Government Positions Are be
cured" sent free. Interstate Schools,
la. Ave.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
WANTED 300 laborers for railroad grade
and contract work, bridge carpenters,
farm hands, hotel help, cooks, lunch man,
100 women for dining room and lunch coun
ter work, wages $20 to $40 mo.; women
cooks, house girls hotel maids, kitchen help.
A. L. FURMAN, 811 Kan. ave. Phones 602,
manship, position as traveling salesman
with responsible firm guaranteed. Address
Bradstreet System, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED At once. 75 laborers. 16th and
Buchanan. J. H. Maxwell.
WANTED White girl for general house
work: no washing. Mrs. F. E. Guibor,
J015 Harrison St.
WANTED Good" cook. Swede or German
preferred: good wages; references. Ingle
slde. WANTED An elderly lady or girl to stay
with an old lady for company only. No
work. Call Ind. phone 7331 after 6:30 p. m.
WANTED An experienced white girl for
cook: 3 in family: good wages. 90S Top, av.
WANTED Good cook and second girl,
Swede or German prefererd; good wages;
references. Ingleside.
WANTED A good sewing girl. 820 Kan
sas ave.
Chambermaid. Fifth Avenue hotel.
necessary. $100 per month and expenses.
Roval Clear Co.. Chicago. 111.
WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H.
M. Rush. Ind. phone 24733. 1010 E. 8th st.
WANTED Horses to winter. Good barn,
feed and water, close in. Bell phone
3714-3, Ind. 4426. J. E. Mathews.
WANTED Horses to winter, good feed,
water, shelter. Alfalfa hay for sale. U.
Chalmers. Ind. 28092. or 2601 Black.
WANTED Second-hand twenty-inch bi
cycle. Must be in good order and cheap.
E. T. Fairchild. state house.
WANTED To rent farm. 80 to 300 acrf?!
3 to 8 miles from city. H. Shapiro, 622
Kansas ave. Ind. tel. 864.
secondhand clothes, shoes, hats and
overcoats. Drop a card or call Ind. phone
153S Abe Jacobson. 500 Kansas avenue.
WANTED Horses to winter; reasonable
prices; good feed, shelter, plenty water,
6 miles southwest. M. O. Keefe. Ind. 64o8-
WANTED Horses to winter, box stalls,
good care and feed. Alfalfa hay for
sale. Ind. 4002.
WE PAY highest cash price for your cast
off clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats.
Drop us a card or call Ind. phone 10.
Gordon Bros.. 435 Kansas ave.
FOR RENT First class rooms and board.
508 Harrison. Apply o-v namsuii.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room, 222
East 6th st. Ind. phone 2564 Blue.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, up
stairs, also 2 down stairs, $11. 303 Fillmore
FOR RENT Furnished room,
son st.
931 Harri-
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern. 412
West 7th. .
502 Van Buren. 2 nicely furnished rooms,
partly modern; very reasonable.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 1 blocks
from state house. 1020 Van Buren st.
FOR RENT Furnished room, heat, hath,
electric light. 719 Tyler. Ind. 13993.
FOR RENT Furnished and housekeeping
rooms. 109 East 10th. Ind. 818.
Furnished and unfurnished housekeeping
rooms. 835 Monroe. Add. S. care Journal
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
gentlemen preferred. 827 Madison st.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms;
everything modern. 512 Quincy st,
"fOR RENT Modern furnished room for
gentleman. S26 Madison. Ind. phone 9562.
t ( I It KHiii r in miic civ.n.t.
lights, modern, 623 Van Buren. Ind. 2411 red
FOR RENT 4 newly furnished rooms, 209
Kansal ave. Gentlemen only.
M5W?2thT4 double house. 2 floors, fur
nished or unfurnished. Address 915 or 913.
FOR RENT S room modern house at 613
W. 8th St.
FOR RENT 6 room house. 323 Lake; city
nnrt ess. Either phone 761.
FOR RENT House furnished or unfur
nished. 414 East 5th.
FOR RENT 4 room house, cheap. Call
1305 E. 4th St.
FOR RENT 6 room house, 323 Lake; city
water and gas. Possession given Nov.
15th. Either phone 761.
FOR RENT 6 rom modern house, 60S Lin
coln st. Inquire 313 Quincy St.
FOR RENT 126S West St., 7 rooms, gas,
well cistern, sink, cellar, barn, close to
car, dropped to $14. Ind. 1140.
FOR RENT 6 room house, electric lights,
gas for light.and heat. Fine barn; pos
session given the 20th. 714 Tyler at.. Betzer
Realty and Loan Co., Room 2, Columbian
FOR RENT Desirable modern seven
room flat. 827 Tyler. Ind. 2371 Red.
FOR RENT 1130 Polk, modern 7 room house
gas. bath, cistern, city water. Phones 16.
FOR RENT StricMy modern 9 room
house. 200 Clay. Both phones 617.
ed and refreshments served. All . en
joyed a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Reed of
Walnut Park Tenn., spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hays and family.
Mrs. Davis of Kansas City, Mrs. Jack
and Mrs. Service of 214 Jefferson street,
spent Sunday in the country.
Miss Jessie Beel was an East side
visitor Monday evening.
" Heavy Street Ctor Earnings.
x.-oqb rMtv Kan. "nv in Tha
gross earnings of the Metropolitan
street railway in Kansas City, Kan.,
for the ten days previous to October
10 were $19,802.48, according to the
report filed with the city clerk In Kan
sas City, Kan., yesterday. The earn
ings of . the "Jj" system alone were
?3,tS9.D0. - ! -.-'...I
FOR RENT 190 acre farm, 12 miles west
of Topeka. Inquire 901 Adams st.
FOR RENT Office rbbrA at 813 Kansas
ave.. upstairs Call a 727 Kansas ave.
PARTY with' $500 can double it in. six
months. Address A. C. care Journal.
FOR SAL.K lilgn, ary, uuiu-uiniu,
best drinking water, fine 7 room bouse.
6 lots, near wasnouni. jjuh. lucuuurc
Saxon. 222 W. 8th.
7 room house In fine close in location, 2
lots and barn. House has light fixtures
complete, hot and cold water in bath,
sink and cellar. House stocked for fur
nace. Price $3,400.
Owner says get best offer before Nov,
MXEiIi Co.
FOR SALE Modern residence, 11 rooms,
basement under entire house. Large
barn; bargain. A. J. Ewart, 1123 Harrison.
8 LOTS on Topeka avenue, 8 on Laurel, 4
on Woodlawn. to sell and build upon to
suit yours plans. Either phone 277.
6 rooms and hall. S closets, front and
rear stairs, well, cistern, city water, gas,
sewer connections. 513 East 2nd st., $100.00
cash, balance like rent.
Both Phones. " 534 Kan. Ave.
Vt section fine alfalfa and corn land in
Texas, only $15 per acre. Would take an
auto as part payment. Terms. Address
Land. Journal, Topeka.
FOR SALE The W. F. Jensen property
on Woodlawn ave. This is a fine prop
erty, with modern conveniences and In
perfect condition. House newly decorated;
electric light and gas. Keys at 313 Wood
lawn. just opposite. A, B. Poole.
$2,8005 rooms and bath, nice grounds
and surroundings, cellar under all house,
hot and cold water in cellar, sink and
bath, large cistern and good shade. Call
on owner, 1222 Quincy St.
EAST SIDE 6 room modern cottage. 2
lots, barn. $2,800. $300 to $500 cash, balance
terms. WEST SIDE & room cottage, gas,
electric light, 2 lots. $2,000. $300 cash;
terms. BAILEY BROS.-. Ind. 990. Bell 990.
Res. 2346 White.
FOR SALE OR TRADE- Five room cot
tage, cellar, well, cistern, and three lots,
In good location: will sell cheap if sold at
once. 2429 Clay st.
For Sale Cheap Section of fine corn and
alfalfa land in Panhandle of Texas (im
proved). 4 miles good town. Would con
sider part exchange.
EDW. E. WITCHEYj Topeka, Kan.
. 1 :
I WILL SELL my 6 roqm "house with 1
lots at 1412 Polk street at- a bargain.
House has six rooms -with all modern
conveniences except furnace. Call even
ings. FOR SALE House and 4 lots, with large
barn. 108 Winter St., ..Auburndale. J.
Thomas Lumber Co.
IF YOU want to buy. sell, rent or ex
change property see me. Chas. Capell,
615 Kan. ave. Ind. 1657.
5 ROOM COTTAGE, east side, cellar, well.
cistern, gas, 2 corner lots, space to build
another house, old shade, paving, reduced
to $1,600. Garlinghouse Realty Co., 608
Kansas ave.
Ind. Phone 567. Bell Phone 353.
FOR SALE Two vacant lots on Fillmore
street, near Twelfth, south of Scott Hop
kins' home. Address Mrs. J. F. Jarrell,
Holton. Kan.
FOR SALE 10 head of young hoTses,
weight SO0 to 1,000. J. N. Edgar. Ind. 23581
FOR SALE Good fresh cow, heavy
milker. 324 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE Cheap, good team heavy
work horses. J. B. Whelan & Co., 4th
adn Santa Fe tracks.
FOR SALE 1 .dining room table, $3, at
522 Jackson St.
FOR SALE Cane hay delivered. H. G.
Mosher. Ind. phone 2809 Ring 5.
FOR SALE Journal route, cheap. In
quire at 1122 W. 10th ave.
FOR SALE One 1-12 H. P. A. C. gen. elec.
motor, suitable for running small lathe,
sewing machine, etc. F. Miller, 410 Clay.
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow. 333 Ches
ter. Oakland.
FOR SALE An 800 lb. horse. 8 years old ;
splendid driver, gentle and trusty. Ind. 6621
FOR SALE Crab grass hay. Phone 2115
FOR SALE Good fresh cow; heavy milk
er. 6 Franklin ave., Aburndale.
Hallet & Davis Square Piano $20
Chickering Square Piano..., 25
Ahlstrom Square Piano. 30
Hardman Square Piano 36
Marshall & Wendall Square 60
Knabe Square Piano 75
Terms: $5 cash, $3 monthly.
722 Kansas Avenue.
FOR SALE Good sound mare, wt. 1,250;
works anywhere. 128 Topeka ave.
FOR SALE At enrollment price, a paid
up course in complete sign painting and
lettering In S. C. S. Add. L. I. L., Journal.
FOR SALE Cheap. 2nd hand radiators,
little used. Midland Foundry. Ind. 1390.
FOR SALE My restaurant at 831 Kansas
ave. Business which calls me east corn
sells me to sell this week. A bargain and
iow rent considering the location. See me
at once. S. H. Gill.
FOR SALE Rubber tired surrey. Inquire
T. R. Paxton at Paxton & Paxton's.
FOR SALE Household goods for sale.
Call at once. 518 Quincy st.
NO. 1 APPLES. 60c to 70c. at Oscar Mor
ris fruit farm. 4 mile west of Tecum
seh. Bell phone 37224.
FOR SALE Piano good as new. Call at
635 Topeka ave.
FOR SALE Heavy top delivery wagon
or will trade for light wagon. Inquire
Paxton & Paxton.
FOR SALE Household goods at 918 Fill
more. -
--J1P.R JLZItP s"ellan f-PFj -
FOR SALE Plenty of fresh buttermilk.'
Call for the B. M. man. Delivered to all
parts of city for 10c per gallon. Call
either phone 537. Topeka Pure Milk Co.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, three Buik
touring cars; splendid condition. Geo.
W. Stansfield. 632 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 4 fresh cows.
calves by side; 10 half Jersey heifers;
will trade for dry cows. J. C. Hentzler.
Ind. 3512. 31st St., Kansas ave.
FOR SALE A lunch room and rooming
house near depot, doing good business.
A snap. G. W. Downing, Augusta, Kan.
FOR SALE 500 busi?iess cards for $1.3;
600 envelopes. $1.25; 500 letter heads. $1.50.
See them: first class printing at propor
tionate rates. Trapp, 714 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE 1 organ. 413 Kansas ave. W.
- E. Sesuirte. . -
FOR EXCHANGE 10 room stone house,
close in, for general store. Add. 511 E. 10th
Several fine farms in the Texas Country.
114 W. Sth St.
Topeka, Kansas.
scuck ior city property. Address Jiarn,
care of Journal.
vents dust, makes sweeping easy and
clean. Manufactured by the Agricultural
Remedy Co., Sth and Adams. Topeka.
Phone 139L
Pictures at The Picture Shop, 127 W.
7th. opposite Elk building.
PHONES: BELL 185. IND. 2244 RED.
PLANT Flowering Shrubs and ararnge
hardy garden in fall. Orders carefully
attended to. J. M. Galloway, landscape
gardener. Ind. 6572.
Made. Painted. Fitted and Hung.
Tnd. 4561. 1133 Kans. Ave. Bell 14SR.
LOST Red ribbon from child's hat Sat
urday night near 8th and -Tyler. Please
return to 806 W. Sth st. Bell tel. 1717.
MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per
sonal security, household goods, typewrit
ers. W. E. Seguine. 413 K. A. Both phones.
Make farm and citv loans at lowest rates
and on the most favorable terms,
and on the most favorable terms. Office,
Room fa. Columbian Bldg.
MONEY to loan on personal property.
payment $1.25 week will pay off loan $26
In 26 weeks. G. H. Flintham, notary pub
lic, 906 E. 4th St. Either phone 977.
MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or
gans, typewriters, household goods and
personal semritv. L. RTseoe. R?3 Kn. ave.
Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir
teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to
U a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Both
phases 16 residence and Ind. 131S office. .
DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases
of women, with private hospital. Office
531 Kansas ave.
DICKINSON HOME for the aged, in
firm and convalescing. Mrs. B. S. Dick
inson, Supt., Ind. 1997 blue. 1726 Bolles ave.
the care and treatment of nervous inva
lids, alcohol and drug habits and mild
cases of mental derangement. W. S.
Tiidsfiv. M T . V K A.. Tofti. Kan
M. C. PLANK, gen. contractor, has an
office at 521 Kan. ave. Estimates cheer
fnllv given. Tnd phone 15 Bell 1320.
FOR up-to-date gunsmiths and electricians
see H. B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. Tel 503.
J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney. 629 Kan
sas ave.. Topeka. Kan.
FRESH cut flowers for all occasions to
be found at Hayes' flower store. 107 W.
Sth. Ind. nhone 377.
FOR CAB ORDERS call Stamey.
296. B24 West 1h.
PAVING CO.. 214 E- 6th st. Mfgs. of
buildin. paviner and sidewalk brick.
2 5-passenger ears, in the best of con
dition, can be bought for $S00 apiece. Call
or write Wm. Tavlor. 117 E. 6th.
Dr. Nellie Sawyer & Dr. Clara Martin. 611
K. A.. Crawford Bldg. Elevator service
JAMES B. HAYDEN, Jeweler and Opti
cian. Complete stock of watches, diaa
monds. silverware, etc. Eyes examined
and spectacles properly fitted.
L. M. PENWELL. funeral director and
emblmer. First class service, reason
able prices. 611 Quincy st. Both phones 192
D. J. Trickier does expert furniture re
pairing. Carpenter and Job work also
neatly done. -214 W. 11th st. Bell 1592 red.
FRAMING, regilding. mat making, mount-
fng done by J. D. Sullivan, 112 W. Eighth
treet. Packing, shipping, etc.
THE ONLY one practical furrier in state
of Kansas. Jonn fetrzueK. izi n.. vtn st.
WANTED you to order your cider from
Warhburn's cider works. Ind 2315 Black.
Co. packs, ships and stores household
goods. TeL 186. Clarence Skinner, 311
Quincy - --.-..- . . ;. , u
tFirst published in The Topeka State
Journal October 31. 19u8.
. ' Case No. 24.991. .
Mary Grice, plaintiff, vs. Lillie Belle
Brown. John Sherman Grice, Elmer A.
Grice. Mary E. Fouts, Effie E. Hanway
and Eileen Grice, born Eileen Sweeney,
By virtue of an order of sale issued to
me. out of said district court. In the above
entitled action. I will on Tuesday, the 1st
day of December. 190S. at 11 M o'clock a. m.
of said day. at the east front door of the
court house in the city of Topeka, in the
countv of Shawnee, in the state of Kan
sas, offer at public sale, and sell to the
hiehest bidder, for cash In hand, all the
following described real estate to-wit:
The undivided one-half of lots 97 and 99
on S:xth avenue west; lots 86 and 88 on
Sixth avenue west, and lots 223 and north
half of No. 225 on Western avenue, said
last described tract subtect to a mort
gage of SS00. and all of said real estate
situated in the city of Topeka, Shawnee
countv. Kansas.
The above described real estate is taken
as the property of said plaintiff and de
fendants, and is directed by said order of
sale to be sold and will be sold subject
to appraisement, and is ordered not to be
sold for less than two-thirds of said ap
praised value.
Sheriff of Shawnee County, Kan.
Under Sheriff.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First published in The Topeka State
Journal October 27. 190S.J
The United States vs. Forty-one Boxes of
LTnder and in pursuance of an order and
due and regular process in the above en
titled cause. I did on the 27th day of Oc
tober. 190S. seize the following described
property, to-wit: Forty-one boxes of
"Muco-Solvent" each labeled as follows:
"Muco-Solvent Cures Croup, Whooping
Cough, Diphtheria; ail throat troubles
and catarrhal disorders." the same being
in the possession of F. A. Gatlin, doing
business as the Gatlin Drug company, To
peka, Kansas, which has hertofore been
shipped by the Hessig-Ellis Drue company
from the city of Memphis in tne state of
Tennessee, to said Gatlin Drug company,
it being claimed that said boxes are mis
branded within the meaning of the Food
and Drugs Act. approved June 30, 1906. and
the same are now in my possession, and
I do hereby givo notice generally unto ail
persons having or pretending to have any
right, titier or interest in said property to
appear before said court in the city of To
peka. Kansas, in said district and division,
on the 23d day of November, 1908, at ten
o'clock a. m., then and there to make
known their claims and allegations In
said matters.
Dated at Topeka, Kansas, this 27th day
of October. 1908.
United States Marshal tor the District of
Chief Office Deputy.
First published in The Topeka State
Journal November 7, 1908.
The stockholders of The Topeka Can
ning company, incorporated, of Topeka,
Kansas, are each and all hereby notified
that a special meeting of said stockhold
ers (such meeting to be adjourned from
the factory of said company), will be held
at 2 o'clock p. m. on Tuesdav. the 17th
day of November. 1908. at the General
Club room of the Topeka Commercial
club, on the third floor in the building at
No. 627 on Kansas avenue, in the city of
Topeka. in Shawnee county, state of Kan
sas, for the purpose of considering and
acting upon the following propositions:
1. To increase the authorized capital
stock of said company from $,'0,000 to
2. To change the name of said company
to that of The Kansas Canning & Manu
facturing Company.
3. To amend the charter and by-laws of
said company to fully carry out the fore
going objects. '
4; To transact any and all other busi
ness that may properly come before such
meeting of the stockholders. -
Dated and signed at Topeka. Kansas,
this 6th day of November, 1908, by order
of the board of directors of The Topeka
Canning Company.
First published in the Topeka State
Journal October 21, 1908.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rail
way company will offer for sale at auction
and sell to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, at the Old Freight House on Fourth
street (near the R. R. Y. M. C. A. build
ing) in the city of Topeka on the 13th day
of November. 1908. commencing at nine
o'clock a. m. all of the following described
property, unless called for before that
date, checks presented, storage and other
charges paid:
29 boxes bearing checks Loc. 145376. 236233.
275S5. 17R74. 5S9756, 6SS564. 721. 80421. 602080,
8164. S79S31, 459274. 4S504. 155341, 33i375, 236558,
20836, 31b51, 81438. 295357, 59"m3. 99544S. 4678o,
SOU. L. & N. 200029. L. V. 162929, Wabash
838103, M. P. 995ti5S.
80 trunks bearing Locals Nos. 64029,
3291S9. 5651SS, 3106S7, 2044, 8745. 6S032, 438020,
441003, 543212, 69976. 398275, 7543. 356311, 377125.
776S9. 577691), 5145S2, 327378, 10347, 614401. 717426,
606714, 441999, 540272, 53649, 653306, 171773, 642501,
42S393. 591775. 774S7. S60176, 672S77, 543490, 564-106,
S1414. 944. 27395. 491959. 71S123, 8S34)0, 1S3S7, Ex
Locs. 776S4. 51621, 475449. 505196, 75S402, 454553,
69515, 76037. 80369. 636242. 436SO. 972546. 9S4429.
613677. 63402. P54HS9. 247765, 3:5956. 41414, 141)13,
459274. 200260, 54S446. 335524. 89220, S30O34. 1371182,
309141. 34749. G. C. & S. F. Locs. 539224,
29656. 69074. 7S54. L. S. & M. S. 131164, Wa
bash. 6S6457. C. G. & W. 339681, I. M. & S.
140 telescopes bearing Locals Nos. 45S3U,
559138. 4724. 18303. 108134, 486551, 96106, 539061,
436297. 486549, 14715. 490842, 617973, 104714, 539(2,
25S229.. 363926. 392964. 196412. 97295, 485731. 486550,
260251. 5145S4, 383230. 538166, 314583. 441703,
62S3S9. 5651S1. 506369. 382734. 3144SS, 53906. 902754.
101294. 167445. 127029. 309144. 240421, 2S0S06, 436243,
194621. 124362. 290292. 436343. 43620S, 108158, 436207,
99S7S8. 672962.- 508317. 432645. 923119, 118182,
9-SSS26, 19093, 128857. 56223, 74767. S8S66I, S5834.
319514. 314112. 717420, 436206, 366545. 8G4, 11992S.
57932. 768422, 595451, 62344, 4723. 104716, 309146.
309145. 309143, 69?-0. 49840. 7S1901, 811118.
122S05. 662273. 680445. 6651S2, 102008. 269853,
5651S4. 5LM. 119008. 440294. 4S39. 61621. 2514S4,
29617, 516302. 637131, 2392. 67142, 440SSS. 107343,
468412. 107251. 391105, 390316, 2090. 537073, 107340,
619S60. 773206. 724S3S, 77770. 284924. 706972. 615975,
857359, ' 740469, 758404. 666772. 782681. 718122,
273959. 220367. 827559, 532325, 833591. 300699,
166236. 961S32. 391029. 86696. S. P. 367638, C. &
A. 23457. S. F. P. & P. 38304, C. & A. 308354,
R. I. 45686. Wabash 388102. U. P. 35643.
12 sample cases bearing Locals Nos.
527359, 527360, 916737. 231372. 469625. 22S156,
6SSM. 329219. 57570. 755402. 755403, 73098.
95 suit cases. Locals Nos. 119929, 253607.
253609. 463247, 32997L 245676. 164704, 172742,
634444. 104024. 922863. 12835. 246677. 437209,
19076. 103625. 245678. 329235, 50644. 56293. 639057,
514304. 43S019, 539059, 444400. 103626, 104879. 104620.
365683, 67732S. 230542. 103950, 336015. 791933. 253609,
786126. 170793. 56642. 19092, 875484. 73323, 463163,
106975 146398, 66492. 673512. 106622. 108160, 106823,
438371, 345682. 7676S8, 10SO95. 73838. 3158,80, 565183,
5O0504, 524493, 564041, 73332, 539058, 2089. 639541.
552746, 49353. 630556. 76009, 740470, 490839, 62304,
454957. 507615. 632S97, 10641, 773204. 6-19952. 547232.
717866. 637720. 2203R8, 945087, 101269. 758405, 562742,
863456. 811119. 700647. 969804. 726275, 773205, S. C.
Colo & Wvo. 19534. G. C. 44762, S. P. 25340,
E. M. 47813. R. I. 45964.
20 grips bearing Locals Nos. 773324, 5"?4308,
773327. 398276. 106624. 773397, 309142, 436211.
449799. 171241. 105379. 77238. 106987. 436210. 50383.
19075. 108097. 835027. 197S7S. S. P. Spl. 332392.
2 cots under checks 562537, 49760. 2 tubs,
checks Nos. 466241. 669726.
1 bdl. poles under checks Nos. S. P.
269362. 2 hampers, checks Nos. 901121,
6 babv cabs under checks Nos. 117J7,
57434. 144804. 1S47S7. 18051. 2021.
6 bicvcles under checks Nos. 13745,
292902. 107422. 843S4. 32142.
104 bundles under checks Loc. 681307,
4692 2S264. E6662. 55963. 421029. 19073. 103560,
891872. 250S96, 169089, 361335, 84501. 104561, 59953.
603072. 7572. 361313. 63432. 19072, 69948. 22922.
885405 949822, 17264S. 241301. 104112, 5W3, 892566,
173030. 12285S, 135361. 105.381. 566500. 59961, 121619,
59951. 106466, 86196. 103561. 437717. 599559. 257280,
59957 986541, 973S91. 9R62S8. 241300, 59964. 67320S.
5SSS17 350654. 59P56, S81997. 593602. 45493S, 429136,
343660 431840. 544197. 51719. 291491. 31007. 319486.
664547 44962. 45112. 690247. J8203S, 555850, 772107,
441O09. (VT7007. 17903S. 497168. 106464. 200463.
1080. 273953. 73306. 325582. 416433. 463944, 239216,
853960 2"5970. 428668. 905239. 141839. 384271,
107342, 106467, 722325. 440489. 683816. 435471,
530755. 644148. 811609, 109127. 623716, 43019,
Not checked: 40 suit eases, 80 telescopes,
16 grips and' valises, 15 bundles, 4 baby
cabs. 2 guns, 7 boxes, 5 trunks. V
Also a lot of miscellaneous bundles and
packages left on trains and in depots.
The above descriped property having
been held for six months or over.
General Baggage Agent A. T. & B. F.
System. -
First published In The Topeka State
Journal November 10, 19u&
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..
Thursday, November 19. 1908, for the fur
nishing of all labor and materials neces
sary for the installation of the heating,
plumbing and wiring of a cottage at the
Girls' Industrial school. Beloit, Kansas. "
All of the foregoing to be executed in
strict accord with the plans, details and
specifications prepared for the same by
John F. Stanton, state architect.
Copies of the plans and specifications
can be seen on file at the office of the
board of control. Topeka, Kan., at the
office of the superintendent of the institu
tion and at the office of the state archi
tect in the capitol building, Topeka,
All bids or proposals shall be made to
the board of control, and shall be accom
panied by a certified check 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
the State in case the successful bidder
fails for ten days to enter into a contract
and furnish the required bonds, as pre
scribed by, law. after the awarding of th
All bids or proposals shall be sealed, and
directed to the beeretary of the board of
control. Topeka. Kan., and endorsed "pro
posals for heating, plumbing and wiring." .
All contracts shall be awarded by the
board of control to the lowest resposible
bidder, but the board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids, or to reject parts
of bids and accept parts, if deemed for the
best interest of the state.
Attention of bidders is called to the
"eight-hour law" with which they must
By order of the board of control of Stat
charitable institutions.
F. W. KNAPP. Secretary.
November 9. 1908.
Published in The Topeka State Journal
November 10. 1908.
AN ORDINANCE'defining the fire limits
in the city of Topeka, and repealing
Ordinance No. 2140.
Be it Ordained bv the Mayor and Council
men of the City of Topeka:
Section 1. The fire limits of the city of
Topeka are hereby designated and bound
ed as follows: Beginning at the intersec
tion of the center line of Quincy street
with the center line of Tenth avenue:
thence westerly along the center line of
Tenth avenue to its intersection with the
center line of Jackson street; thenc
northerly along the center line of Jackson
street to the center line of Eighth avenue:
thence westerly along the center line or
Eighth avenue to the center line of Van
Burn street: thence northerly along the
center line of Van Buren street to th
center line of Fourth street: thence easter
ly along the center line of Fourth street to
the center line of the alley between Van
Buren street and Jackson street, prolonged
across Fourth street: thence southerly
along the center line of said alley 125
feet: thence easterly to the center line
of Jackson street: thence northerly along
the center line of Jackson street to its in
tersection with the center line of Crane
street, if extended, westerly: thence east
erly on said center line of Crane street,
if extended, to its intersection with
the center line of the alley, if extended,
between Kansas avenue and Jackson
street: thence northerly on the center line
of said allev extended between Kansas
avenue and Jackson street to the oenter
line of Gordon street: thence easterly
along the said center line of Gordon Btreet
to the center line of the alley between
Kansas avenue and Quincy street; thence
southerly along the center line of said
alley between Kansas avenue and Quincy
street to Its intersection with the center
line of First avenue: thence easterly along
said center line of First avenue to the
center line of Qulricv street; thence south
erly along the center line of Quincy street
to the center line of Fourth street; thence
easterly along the center line of Fourth
street to the center line of the alley be
tween Quincy and Monroe streets; thence
southerly along the center line of said
allev to the center line of the east snd
west alley In the block between Fifth
and Sixth avenue: thence easterly on the
center line of the east and west alley to
the center line of Monroe street; thenc
southerly on the center line of Monroe
street to the center line of Sixth avenue:
thence west along the center line of Sixth
avenue to the center line of the north and
south alley between Quincy street and
Monroe street: thence southerly along the
center line of the north and south alley
to the center of Seventh street; thence
westerly along the center line of Seventh
street to the- center line of Quincy street:
thence southeilv along the center line of
Quincy street to the center line of Tenth
Sec. 2. Ordinance No. 214rt, approved
April 25th. 1900. is hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after its pub
lication In the ofTlclal city paper.
Passed the council November 9, 1908.
Approved November 10. 190S.
Seal.l WM. GREFN. Mayor.
Attest: C. B. BURGE. City Clerk.
First published in The Topeka Stat
Journal October 27, 1908 J
Notice Is hereby given that on the 20th
day of October. A. I). 1908, a charter was
granted by the state of Kansas to the
Bank Savings National Life Insurance
company: that the place of business of
this company Is the city of Topeka, state
of Kansas, and the names and residence
of the directors of said company are as
D. W. MULVANE. Topeka, Kansas.
JOAB MULVANE. Topeka, Kansas.
WM. H. DAVIS. Topeka, Kansas.
P. C. WADS WORTH. Topeka. Kansas.
CHAS. BIX)OD SMITH, Topeka, Kansas.
J. I. BOWERSOCK, Lawrence. Kansas.
E. B. SCHKRMKRHORN, Galena, Kan.
E. N. MORRII.L. Hiawatha. Kansas.
E. T. Gt-TMAN. Hutchinson. Kansas.
T. D. FITZ PAT RICK, Salina. Kansas.
J. Q. ROYCE, Phililpsburg, Kansas.
A. D. WALKER. Holton. Kansas.
D. J. BANNA. Hill City, Kansas.
W. H. WINANTS. Kansas City, Mo.
B. P. WAGGENER. Atchison. Kansas.
You will take notice that my petition
for a permit to sell Intoxicating liquors
at my drug store at No. 803 Kansas ave
nue, in the Third ward of the city of To
peka. Shawnee county, Kansas, Is now
on file in the office of the probate judge
of raid county, and that the said petition
will be heard before the probate judge of
said county at his office In ths court bous
in the city of Topeka on Thursday, the
12th day of November. 1908 at 10 o'clock
a, m. A. P. ROSSEK.
You will take notice that my petition'
for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors,
according to law, at my drug store at No.
800 West 12th st.. in the Third ward of
the city of Topeka, Shawnee county. Kan
sas. Is now on file In the office of the pro
bate fudge of said county, and that said
petition will be heard before the probat
Judge of said county at his office In th
court house in the city of Topeka on
Thursday, the 26th day of November. A,
D 190S. at 10 o'clock a. m.
CHAS. E. JOSLIN, Applicant.
You will take notice that my petition
for a permit to sell Intoxicating liquors,
according to law, at my drug store at No.
610 Kansas avenue, in the Second ward of
the city of Topeka. Shawnee county, Kan
sas. Is now on file in the office xf the pro
bate judge of said county, and tht said
petition will be beard before the probata
judge of said county at his office in th
court house in the city of Topeka on
Weflnesday, the 11th day of November,
A. t. 190S. at Id o'clock a. m.
M. P. KI'HN. Applies
521' Quincy st. Conducted by regular
practicing physicians and surgeons. Med
ical service free. Medicine free In lomi
cases. Office hours 2 to B p. m. Call
answered night or day. Ind. phone 1367. ,

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