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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAK TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 8, 1908.
13 Jeweler Gifts Arc Always Good and in good form. In this line, you can, with very little trouble select gifts for. the whole family, irrespective of age or sex. We have the largest stock of reliable goods in the city. Save Yourself Inconvenience . by Shoppin g Early James B. Hayden n r Afternoon Tea AT THE Mission Tea Room 114 W. 8th St., Upstairs Ladies will find this apleas ant place to take an after noon tea. Special attention will be sriven after theater parties and afternoon parties. Tone of the "Crotvn" The tone of the CROWN" Piano fc peculiar to Itself, possessing the rare quality aimed lor by many makers, but realized by few. It is pure, mel low, sympathetic, of . much volume and of the most pleasing- and refined character. It has a perfectly Eostaia ed singing quality, and Is capable of being moulded Into the widest range of nuances of the finished artist. f The "CROWN" Piano is for sale at EMAHIZEIS & SPIELMAX FURNITURE COMPANY. 617-519 Kan. Ave. Both Phones 353 DON'T WORRY About Moving CALL US Phone 320 Topeka Transfer & Storage CO. 406 East Sixth Street A NOVEL NAME FOR A BABY. A photograph just received by The N. K. Fair bank Company, Chicago, of a chubby tnisa of 18 months, demonstrates the wholesomeness of Cottolene, their vegetable oil cooking fat. Her father, A. B. McBride, manager of a large general store in Bullard, Texas, "writes that she weighs thirty pounds, and that she was practically raised on Cottolene. No lard whatever is used in their household. The baby has thrived so well on food made with Cottolene that they call her "Cottolene, Strong claims are made for the whole someness of Cottolene and its successful use in the diet of even an infant affords convincing proof oi ue purity oi una tae perlect shortening, EAST TOPEKAHOTES SHBs- Items for the East Topeka column may be telephoned to Ind. phone 2SS1 black. The Missionary society of the Third Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. Ruth, 1011 Locust street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Elizabeth Storey of 229 Lake street is suffering with a broken ankle, caused from a fall. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smith of Lecornpton will come here Thursday to make Topeka their future home. Miss Florence Anderson of Williams town came here today to spend Christmas with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Carter of Kansas City came here Sunday to spend two weeks visiting their parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams left todny for Smith City, Idaho, to spend the win ter. Mrs. E. B. Jolley and son Harry will go to Newton, Kansas, Wednesday-to-spend a week the guests of her brother, Mr. Dee Alexander, and wife. Mr. John Pasley of East Crane street is much improved after several weeks' seri ous illness. Mrs. Liggett, who has been very sick in Bethejsda hospital for several weeks, was taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wlllarrl Bunce of 333 Adams street. She is much improved. Miss Margaret Easter of Kansas City came here today to spend a few days the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. G. George of Monroe street. Mrs. Marion Snyder of 621 Lime street, who underwe.nt an operation at Stormont hospital several weeks ago, is much im proved and was able to be taken ot the home of her mother Sunday. ! r- 5 ok in diseases Demand Prompt Attention. . - ch4 Skin diseases, such as eczema, tetter, salt rheum, psoriasis, etc., seem to be setting more and more common. Though not often dangerous, they are always very annoying and often cause much mental and physical suffering. Quite recently a gTeat advance has been made In their scientific treat ment, and Dr. Currier reports in the Doctor's Guide that tho well-known drug, citrox, has proved in his hands a specific for nearly all forms of skin affections. His method of using the drug is as follows: "Dissolve a tea spoonful of pure powdered citrox in two tablespoons of hot water and bathe the diseased skin with this warm lotion for 20 minutes at a time twice a day. The solution must be made fresh each time and used warm. Be careful to get the pure drug, in sealed packages, as put up by the orig inal citrox works." -V remarkable fact about this new use for a well-known drug is that it seems to act equally well in practically every form of skin disease, stopping the itching imme diately and drying up tne eruption in a few days. Dr. Currier's1 (discovery has attracted considerable attention among scientific men. ... Jeweler and Optician 727 Kansas Avenue. TY The marriage of Miss May Hawley, daughter of . Mr. and Mrs. C . ii. Hawlty, 718 Taylor street, and Mr. E. H. Hughes of Wichita, formerly of Topeka, will be celebrated tomorrow afternoon at the home of the bride. The wedding will be attended by relatives only. At home in Wichita. Madame Nazimova has been pho tographed and paragraphed more than any actress on the stage today, and her interpretation of Ibsen's "A Doll's House" was the greatest treat that Topeka theater-goers have en joyed for many a day. Among those in the audience were Mr. Joe Wilson, Miss Maude Grimes. Mrs. W. S.. Mc Clintock, Miss Florence Johnstone, Mr. George Hayden, Mrs. Julia Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mulvane. Miss Ethel Estberg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hobart. Mr. Lew Graham, Miss Frances Connell, Mr. Harry Scandrett, Mrs. J. W. Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. MacLennan, Miss Mary Mac Lennan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeman, Mr. Dana MacVicar. Miss Permelia Curti3, Mr. Paul Walker, Mr. Charles Magaw, Mr. Fred Bullene, Mrs. Eugene Hagan, Mr. David Lakin. Miss Alice Lakin, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Rowley, Miss Floyd Robenson, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mulvane, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Norton, Mrs. John B. Bartholomew, Mrs. James E. Hurley, Mrs. Noble Prentis. Mrs. M. Snattinger, Miss Florence Snattinger, airs. J. Friedman. Miss Helen Johnstone, Miss Lotta Johnstone, Mrs. Monte Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Klingenberg, Mr. A. Guerne. Mr. Her bert Armstrong. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Roby, Mrs. A. H. Ellis and Mr. Hale Ellis. The Lambda Alpha Lambda will give their Christmas party December ai BteinDerg s. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Padgett will give a dinner for 16, followed by five hun dred at the Elks' club Monday even ing of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford. Miss Adeline Bradshaw of Wichita, and Mr. Bert Reid, composed a box party at the Grand last night. Some of the Washburn students will give a subscription skating party at Music hall Thursday evening. "The Topeka avenue 500 club will meet with Mrs. Charles L. Short Friday af ternoon. Mrs. J.. M. Padgett entertained La Dcaizaiaewhiat -elu b.tiwKiM-. t r Charles L. Short will be the next hos tess. - 4 Mr- Hoy Crawford entertained at bridge Monday afternoon In compli ment to Miss Bradshaw of Wichita. The guests were Miss Hazel Howe, Miss Phil Reed, Miss Nadine Lytle, Miss Helen Sharitt, Miss Mary Sutherland, and Miss Eugenia Quinton. Junction City Tribune: This morning at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Carr, Miss Mabel G. King of Topeka, a sister of Mrs. Carr, and Henry T. Herr, also of Topeka, were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed at 10 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Harshaw officiating. The wedding was a very simple one, only the immediate relatives and friends of the bride being present. Af ter the ceremony an exceptionally well arranged and delicate wedding break fast was enjoyed by those present. The young people left on the noon train for Topeka, where they will be at home to. their friends. Those present in ad dition to Dr. and Mrs. Carr were Mrs Bert Fesler of Duluth. Mi nn n nH rim- ver King of Topeka. sister and broth er of the bride. and-Mr.-James Min nehan of this city. Vote find Personnl Mention. Mr. Clarkson Mlllspaugh. who is attend ing Kenyon University, Gambler, Ohio, will arrive Dec. 19 to spend the holiday's with his parents, Bishop and Mrs. Mllls paugh. Miss Maude Stona of Snrirnxftoit tui nois, will be Miss Helen Lindsay's 'guest during the holiday season. Mr. Kurtz Kellam will go to Maple Hill tomorrow on a short business trip. Miss Adeline Bradshaw. who has been visiting Mrs. Roy Crawford, will return to her home in Wichita tomorrow. Mrs. Martha J. Smith of Leavenworth was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W S Lindsay, yesterday. " " Miss Mary Hollis of Kansas Citv will spend Christmas with her sister, Mrs G. J. Mulvane. Dr. G. J. Mulvane was in Maple Hill today. Miss Phoebe Waterman of Fort Riley will he the guest of Miss Floyd Robenson for the Assembly dance. Miss Clifton Peyton of Springfield, Mis souri, will spend the holidays with Miss Mary Sutherland. Mr. Fred Crossley. a student at Knvon University, Gambler, Ohio, will arrive Dec 20 and will snend his HhrlntmoD va cation in Topeka. Kansas City Journal: Mrs, K at niofc-- enson of Fort Smith. Ark., is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Vandeg 't 436 Spruce avenue, until January 1 Mr. LMOKcnson win come curing the holldavs. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lyon of Grand Rapids, Michigan, are guests of their son. Mr. James Lyon. Mrs. Lyon was formerly Miss Mollie Lovell. of Ionia, Michigan, and is a cousin of Misses Sue and Hattie Lovell of Topeka. Ottawa Herald: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson returned to Toneka thia morning after a Sunday visit with Mrs. Johnson's parents. Rev. and Mrs. A. Larson. The Richardson Art Kmb-oiderr club will meet with Mrs. M. Corning. 627 West Seventeenth street, tomorrow afternoon. NORMAL'S FIRST GUADI ATE. Mrs. Mary Jane Watson Short Passes Away at Emporia. Emporia, Kan.. Dec. 8. Mrs. Mary Jane Watson Short, who taught the first school ever organized on the town site, and was one of the first to be grad uated from the state normal school, died here Monday evening' a, the age of 70. . Mrs. Short was born in Quakertown, Pa., and came to Emnoria with her parents in 1858. That year the first school was organized and she became its teacher. Ten years later she and Miss Ellen Plumb, a sister of the late Senator P. B. Plumb, comprised the first ' class to be graduated from - the normal. For 40 years she was a teacher in the schools, a part of the time in the normal. When Company C of tho Elev- qJocie WANTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS WAXTE1 FrnHTTOJCH. W A N'TKD Situ n t ion. fireman, engineer, electrician or watchman. Bell 2904. WANTED Position during the Xmas rush: will accept place on any delivery wagon except grocery. Aoaress iiuhuci, this office, or call Bell phone 2233. WANTED Work bv experienced clerk in dry goods or grocery store, w m. m iuae, care Shawnee Grocery. WANTED To keen house for widower, near town or in town. Call 604 W. Sth. tVNTFT MfP TTET iP. WANTED Bridge carpenters and labor ers for railroads, farm hands, corn huskers. laborers $1.75 to $2, hotel help. Flunky. A. L. FTJRMAN. 811 Kan. ave. Phones 65: WANTED Good cook and lroner; no sweeping or washing. Call mornings 1251 Western, ave. Ind phone 2337 .Blue. WANTED Chambermaid. Fifth Ave. hotel. WANTED First class rapid hand lroners, good pay. 'lopena ijaunorj -u. I HAVE A GOOD OPENING for a lady who can present a rmanciai prunosmun n a. forcible manner to leading the busi ness men of Topeka. No previous experi ence necessarv. Address J. Mj. ueuotr, ivo Kansas ave.. Topeka. WANTED Dining room girls for several towns $20 to (40 month: women cooks, .vrrinKsH vniie girls. $5: hotel maids. A. L. FTJRMAN. Sll Kan. ave. Phones 662. WANTED Good girl for general house work: no children m tamiiy. ii i-oik. . sat.fsmix WANTED-Experience un necessary. $100 per month ana expenses. Royal Cigar Co.. Chicago, 111. WAXTEpnSCAXEaCS WE PAT THE HIGHEST PRICE for secondhand clothes, shoes, hats ana overcoats. Drop a card or call Ind. phone 1538. Abe Jacobson. tou nansas avenue WANTED-Viml calves and fat cows. H. M. Bush. Ind. phone 24733. 1010 E. Sth st iv a wren t.- runt ftne nr two unfurnish ed rooms in modern house for light housekeeping west of Van Buren and be tween Sth and 17th sts. Phone li30 Bell or 1130 Independent 117 XTTPn T-rt Mint tnA rflAm Si WeSt Side, near state house, for light housekeeping during legislature session. Address ju. -care Journal. nr vrt'I-i rTneAc -l r ,1 r n r to winter, separately; good feed, water, shelter. H. Chalmers, lr.d. six i. or naui WANTED Winter your horse In a good barn in the country. Call J. E. Mathews, Bell phone 37143: Ind. zjv- t- it ktti.'t un.o r winter kox Stalls. nnH 'feed. Alfalfa hay for sale. Ucdegraff Farm. Ind. 4002. for RE.vr nonMS. pnfl rent- Strictly modern furnished rooms. 615 Harrison. t-d tje-ktt -Nrino inrge front room, all modern. 432 Monroe. FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep ing rooms with gas. 01V ara si. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished first floor -,.. -nnm. lie-ht housekeeping, gas. 330 Jefferson. FOR RENT Modern furnished room for gentleman. jymuipun. FOR RENT t rooms upstairs, gas, water. 1010 W. 2nd. Ind. 1568. iiwn tjf.mt 727 Topeka ave.. Pleasant front room furnished in modern house FOR RENT 604 West 8th. 3 housekeeping rooms, also sleeping roumo iu. man. modern. FOR RENT Front room with gas stove and bath. i rnunm. i FOR RENT Furnished room; also light housekeeping, jmi oiii. FOR RENT Fine office rooms, 708 Kansas ave. ur. nooy. FOR RENT 212 W. Sth ave., modern fur nished room, with board. FOR RENT 2 new modern light house keeping rooms, furnished, private home. 919 Jefferson st. Phone 2432 Black. FOR RENT 1215 Clay st.. 3 unfurnished rooms. $10.00. Phone 2873 White. 524 W. 10th st.. nice board and rooms. House modern. FOR RENT Rooms with board. Mrs. H. Wentworth. 30S West 6th st FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, mod ern, private bath. 109 E. 10th. FCR RENT--4 newly furnished rooms. 209 Kansas ave. Gentlemen only. FOR RENT HOUSES. RENTAL LIST. , 1408 Polk, modern 7 room house for $25 per month. 134 Clay, 8 room modern house in good condition. $25 per month. 830 Clay. 5 rooms, city water, gas, good condition. $13 per month. 202 North Chandler. 4 room cottage, 3( corner lots, gas, well, small barn, for $12. per month. . 1261 Tyler, a 9 room modern house, good barn, bath house and barn, lighted with electricity. $30 per month. W. T. DAWSON & CO. Room 2. Mulvane Bldg. Ind. 1038. Bell 415. FOR RENT 4 room house with gas Zane. 1715 Clav. FOR RENT 8 room house, 302 W. 6th, modern, cistern, water in house. B. M. Davies. corner 6lh and Harrison sts. FOR RENT Soon, strictly modern 5 room coitaRe, good location. Ind. phone 1S74 Red. - FOR RENT 9 room house, entirely mod ern. 2 blocks of caoitol. Possession given next week. 304 West 12th st. Betzer Realty & Loan Co.. Room 2. Columbian Bldg. FOR RENT Seabrook store room dwelling after December 15th. and FOR RENT StrieMy modern room honse. y Clav. Both phone 617. enth Kansas cavalry went to war in 1S62 the women of the town presented them with a flag and Mrs. Short made the presentation address. The Last Train Leaving Topeka for Kansas City in the morning is the Union Pacific No. 106 at 8:15 a. m., arriving in Kansas City at 10:15 a. m. The aftenoon train returning is the earliest train into To peka at 6:15 p. m. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. BEFORE JANUARY 1ST. 1909, I expect to have all of my Interests in Topeka closed out, as I have made arrangements to leave here at that time. I have the following finished new homes on hand and in order to close them out, I will make it an object to the purchaser TO DO BUSINESS NOW: ' 80S Lane st. 6 rooms. ' - 828 Lane St.. 9 rooms. '- 812 West st. 7 rooms. 828 West St.. 8 rooms. 1 718 Home st, 6 rooms. 1508 Western ave.. 7 rooms. Anv one of these will be sold at a sacrifice, because I have other interests that wui take me away from Topeka. Get busy now if you wish one of these beautiful homes. After they are gone you will regret that you did not act sooner. RODGERS. DAVIS & CO. " G. D. LYTLE. OWNER. MAXWELL & CO. ' 110 West 6th. Ind. Phone 1639. " 617 Kansas Ave, WESTLAWN. Mr. Lvtle has just announced that all his Westlawn homes must be sold at once as he is leaving Topeka- Prioes and terms will be made to suit any one who is reasonable. We expect to have all these houses sold before January 1. If any of those 6 to 9 room houses suit you. make us a proposition. M-XwEL Co. 627 Kansas Ave. Over 10c store. FOR SALE Fine half section of level land: 100 acres in growing wheat. $la per acre. Improved section ot iana, nouse, barn, granary, well, running water. 230 acres growing wheat: $25 per acre. Address P. O. Box 812. WaKeeney. Kan. ' TOPEKA AVE. HOME. At a bargain. 1126 Topeka avenue, thor oughly modern nine room house with ev ery convenience: Zte lots, good shade, fine location. Can mane you a gooa price. Carl W. Nellls. 109 W. 6th. TCearlir new 6 room cottage, six blocks frnm slant:, Fe offices. Drice reduced from $2,500 to $2,300, for immediate sale. 627 Kansas Ave. Oyer 10c store. CITY HOMES. Fillmore St.. near 13th. 2 lots. 8 room modern house, vestibule. oaK siairs, s'" gas fuel: this is one of the nice homes and is offered for auick ssile at 4.W. Tvler St.. north of 3d. W, lots, 9 rooms. modern except furnace, gas lor au pur poses, cistern water in kitchen barn and carriage room; good repair. $3,(00. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W. Sixth st FOR SALE-r-. New modern cottage.- 6 rooms and hall, bath, closets. round' Trorch. 2 fine lots, -i,a nil romuleie: a upauiy. -t.j oil oomniete: a beauty: on highest point of College Hill. West Only $3,000. st. SMITH AtSKKHJX,;-, 523 Kansas Ave. . - -. , . a rooms water, lAtUJK t' csi . olio In In Darn. i , cottage. - 5 rooms, Realty Co.. 60S Kansas ave, variiBr"vt' HOUSES FOR SALE ftnsic IN Small payment down, balance nearly like ierties at a bargain. One" ten room house arranged for one 0 ;i fnr two ram es, awu room residence, strfctly modern See Roll lnoepenoeui airimnBTH IJIND CO.. KAnIaXAs'aTmEXICO LANDS. Ind. Phone -67. Bell Phone 356. NEW 6 ROOM MODERN, . . i miA Woclc to cars, ors.1 for meV. te, Th? will have to be seen io u w.. Price $2,760. tail - -o. 627 Kansas Ave. Over 10c store. WEST SIDE COTTAGE. 6 large rooms, Alo'tT.ir' licht iras. 2 lots, iruil. cellar, tcorn n lritnhgn X2 ooo. xfioo cash, balance $20 per month. West Side cottage. 5 rooms. lots! barn. well, cistern, iruii, cash, balance easy terms. bAllj.i xsnKjo. v -. Both phones 990. Res. 2546 White. FOR RENT BOUSES. FOR RENT. 5 room house on Kansas ave., gas, cel lar, cistern, city water. $12.50 per month. 3 rooms on lower floor, 4 squares oft the avenue. $12 per month. 8 room modern house, close In. $30.00 per month. New 7 room house, cistern, ceuar, i blocks from street - car line. Highland Park. $10.00 per month. 7 room house, barn, well and cistern, gas. lots. $15.00 per month 5 room cottage, cistern, 3 lots, 2 blocks from car line. $10.00. 5 rooms. of double house, close In, West side. bath. $16.50. New B room house, close in, bath and gas. $2o.ou per monxn. 4 room new house, barn,, good water, 6 lots. East side. $S.0O. 6 room modern house, close in. West side. $25.00 per month. Modern 9 room house, close in. West side. $35.00 per month. ' 9 room house. 2 blocks from State House, completely modern. $35.00 per month. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO., 435 Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kansas. Both Phones 444. GEO M. NOBLE. J. WILL KELLEY. FOR RENT Four room house, six lots, barn, water, between 23rd and 24th on Adams street W. E. Seguine, 413 Kan. ave. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, gas heat and light. 1MB Brooks ave.. $1L Hancock and Paxton. 600 Kansas ave. Phone 1087. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FARM LANDS FOR SALE. 80 acres of land, 4 miles northeast of Topeka. Good 5 room house and barn; good improvements. Price $75 per acre. Will trade for city property. ' 25 acres of land. 114 miles south of Country club, good 6 room house and barn, small orchard, good improvements. A bargain if sold soon. 60 acres of land. 3 miles southeast of Topeka, 6 room house and good barn; orchard: good rich soil. Land all fenced. . Farm landa from 5 acre tracts on up. City property for sale in all parts of city at very reasonable prices. GEO. H. 204 East 4th St 8 LOTS on Topeka avenue. 8 on Laurel, 4 on Woodlawn. to sell and build upon to suit yours plans. Either phone 277. SNAP! 6 room new cottage, hard wood finish, gas throughout two porches, variety of fruit, chicken yard. This is located near Potwin. Price $1,360 for a few days only. W. T. DAWSON & CO. Room 2, Mulvane Bldg. Ind. 1038. Bell 415. 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. FOR SALE House and lots, with large barn. 108 Winter st, Auburndale. J. Thomas Lumber Co. FOR SALE Cheap, new 4 room cottage. 2 lots. barn. well. 408 Poplar St. fTT cTr MTm. HWH'. FOR SALE Household furniture, mornings. 1006 West 6th. Call NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES. W. P. FROST. Agent 713 KANSAS AVE. FOR SALE Three mares, two In foal, ages 11 and 8. weight 1.000 to 1.600. color, gray and bay; two three-year-old mares, will make 1.600 lb. horses. Scott Warner, 1 mile south Tecumseh. Bell phone 38716. FOR CHRISTMAS. Christmas trees and decorations, nice dry shelled popcorn, gold fish, and a full line of feed and seeds. 119 E. 6th St. Phones 339. D. O. COE. FOR SALE A fine large horse and car riage. Horse a good traveler and gentle. John E. Moon. 420 Monroe st GOOD DRIVING MARE, black color, city broke, safe and gentle; will be let out for the winter or until May 1st, for its good care and keeping. Address Black Horse, care Journal. FOR SALE Fresh cow. giving 6 galloni 2 blocks north on Cal. ave., from car line FOR SALE Cheao. large pulleys. Midland Foundry. Ind. phone 1390. FOR SALE 2 year old. cow and calf. Ind. 2068 White. FOR SALE Good - one horse delivery wagon. rice $35. 1124 Tyler. 2749 Red. FOR SALE 600 business cards for $1.25; 500 envelopes, $1.25; 500 letter heads. $1.50. See them: first class printing at propor tionate rates. Trapp, 714 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good work team; harness; leaving town; must sell. 626 Locust 25 PIANO BOXES. $2.00 to $3.00 each. W. F. ROEHR MUSIC CO.. 630 Kan. ave. PURE PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. Full line feed and seeds. 119 E. 6th st Phones 339. D. O. COE. FOR SALE 6 Remington, two-color rib bon, rebuilt at Remington factory, good as new. Bargain. 116 East Fifth. FOR SALE Four months old full blooded male SdIIi pud. Just the thing lor a Christmas present. Laughlln, 116 E Sth. FOR SALE 10 head of young horses, weight 800 to 1.000. J. N. Edgar. Ind. 2368 1 FOR SALE OR TRADE 1 good . work horse. Phone 1679. FOR SALE Alfalfa and cane hay. F. A. Titus, ind. Sis 3. tJau evenings. FOR SALE Prairie hay and bound cane. In phone Z3&S King l. j. N. isagar. FOR SALE A pair of heavy work horses; also team or ponies. iii& isast 4tn st. FOR BALE Organ. $10. 921 E. Sth. FOR SALE Good solid surry, $20. 921 E. 6th. FOR SALE R. I. Red chickens. Mrs. Dave Lane. 10th and Golden aves. FOR SALE Single work harness and one dozen of chickens: one Dase Durner, ror gas or coal. 1271 Lincoln st. Phone 2605 red FOR SALE One of best small grocery stores in Topeka. doing good Business. Reason for selling. Address W. J., Journal FOR SALE Two good young mares, gen tle and sound. 128 l opena ave. MISCELLANEOUS. FARMERS' FEED YARD. Shelter and hav 10 cents. We have 2 teams young ponies well broke, one 3 year old colt weight 1.200 lbs. Newman & Reynolds, 418 Jackson. Bell Phone Hog Main. Ind. Phone 13S3. , TOPEKA BUS AND BAGGAGE CO.. 1115 EAST FOURTH ST. Rubber tired busses 25 cents a passenger to any part oi tne city. Baggage or Trunks 25 cents. . MODEL WORK Small wooden pattern within one sauare foot about 3 inches in width, from good drawings. Address Aiooei. care J ournaj. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. ELLIOTT. Ind. Phone 16462 Rings. FOR SALE 80 acres 15 miles from, city on line T. S, W. R. R.. 40 cultivation, timber and wa ter. $2,800. Might take some city property. One acre mile west of city, well im proved. $1,500. 5 room house. M lots, near college. $1,500. DUNLAP with J. D. MILLER & CO. 615 Kansas Ave. Both Phones. FOR SALE Modern house. 9 rooms, cor ner lots, owner. 300 Clay. 2935 Black. 1317 MULVANE ST.. Wi lots, new 6 room cottage.- gas heat -and light barn, cis tern. Price $2,300. Ind. phone 1738. FOR SALE 6 acre tract one half mile west of city limits on 12th st Address f. Chilson. STANTJFOUNT LOST Saturday night, ladies' gold watch. marked L. J. W. Return to Hall book store and receive reward. LOST Ladies' gold watch Monday: gen tleman's picture in face. Call at Bell pnone orrice and receive reward. LOST Knights Templar charm on watc'h iod. k reward for return to Akers, State Journal office. LOST Left hand brown leather rlnva Reward at state treasurer's office. Leib. FOIND On W. 6th st '. chiM'a tm- with emmi umuuiii. or money, an at Journal. TO WHOM IT MAY rnvni-uv. You will take notice that my petition for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors, according to law. at my drug store at No. 825 Kansas ave . in the Third ward of the city of Topeka. Shawnee county. Kan sas, is now on file in the office of the pro ba5.Jude.,' said county, and that said peti Lion will be heard before the probate Judge of said county at his office in the court house In the city of Topeka on Saturday, January 2. 1909. at 10 o'clock a. m. FRED T. WALKER, Applicant TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You will take notice that my petition for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors, feonrdln,? to law- atny drug store at No. 632 Kansas ave.. in the Second ward of the citv of Topeka. Shawnee county. Kan sas, is now on file In the office of the pro- b.a,miudsrei v sawd cunty- anl that said petition will be heard before the probate Judge of said county at his office in the court house in the city of Topeka on Tuesdav the 22nd day of December; A. D 1908. at 9 o clock a. m. GEO. W. STANSFIELD. Aoplleant. MONET. MONEY to loan on live stnk nr.nn. sonal security, household goods, type'wrlt era. W. E. Seguine. 413 K. A. Both phones. BETZER REALTY. AND LOAN CO Make farm and citv loans In any amount from $500 un. at lowest rates and on the most favorable terms. Office. Room 2. Columbian Bldg. MONEY to loan on personal property. payment $1.25 week will pay off loan $26 In 25 weeks. G. H. Flintham. notary pub Mc. 906 E. 4th st Either phone 977 MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. BIscoe. 623 Kan ave. JFnrjTSPTrVSART QUINCY STREET FREE DISPENSARY - tu.xj at. wuuuuea oy regular Jracticing physicians and surgeons. Med cal service free. Medicine free in some cases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m Calls answered night or day. Ind. phone 1367. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. M- C. PLANK, gen. contractor, has an office at 621 Kan. ave. Estimates cheer fully given. Ind. phone 1590. Bell 1320. FURRIER. THE ONLY one practical furrier In state of Kansas. John Petrzilek. 121 E. 7th st. jCABjORDEPtS FOR CAB ORDERS call Stamey. 296. 624 West 10th. Ind. UWTVFRT AKERS. L. M. PENWELL. funeral director and emblmer. First class service, reason able prices. $11 Qiifncy st. Both phones 195 ATJTORATJJATORS. AUTO radiators and lamna ivngirnl t C. L 8venson. 625 Quincy. Topeka, Kan. CTDER. WANTED you to order your elder from JMTSJCEACHER KATHRYN FITNNFIJ Teacher of voice (Marchesi Method)" and piano. 730 Kansas ave.. upstairs CHIROPODY. CORNS. Bunions. Ingrown Nails treated. .Nat Turkish Baths. Phones 105. BANK STATEMENT. First published in The Topeka State Journal December 7, 1908 OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FI NANCIAL CONDITION of the GERMAN AMERICAN STATE BANK at Topeka, State of Kansas, at the close ctfbusinees in the 27th day of November, TlFSnTTPrra Loans and discounts. .,'. j 73.934 35 Furniture and fixtures ;.. 3001100 Expense account.... 7 84126 Cash items and clearing-house items ; 1977 00 Cash and sight exchange, legal reserve 59,762.17 Total .k........,160.639.S9 Capital stock paid In vw w Interest 1' Exchange T V, Individual deposits !. 101 728 89 "anus ana oankers' deposits ms 15 Certificates of deposit 2o'l!o!oo i-asnier s and certified checks 3,336.00 Tntal n, - - - tiw.b.-ra.&s 8 '? tS,I,K.an!,a!'' County of Shawnee, ss. I, F. P. Metzger, president of said bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment la true that (h. v 1. . . . . . . ---- " 1 "a 1 in 11.10 iiu JIHOlil- lf ti h lnlorser on any note or ob- . ' . u v, 11 un me h Dove statement, to the best of my knowledge tr. P. METZGER. 5th day of December. 190S. CLARENCE L. KLINE, , , ' , ' Notary Public. October; 1912.) " UBy correct Attest: J. B. BETTS, CHAS MARIN. . J. C. DINNBN, F. P. METZGER, C. H. GODWIN. To William S. Albright Bank Commis sioner. Topeka, Kan. LEGAL, First published In The Topeka State) journal jjecember 4, laubj NOTICE OF BOND REDEMPTION BY UU(iTi..nTiivT , . r MANCHE COUNT!. KANSAS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: xae owner or owners and holder or holders of certain railroad Aid bonds, is sued In aid of and to the Chicago. Kan- protection township, Comanche county. iva.l0ao. Dam uunus mciuaea in tnia call amounting to the sum of $14,000.00, and be inr numbers 3. 6, 6. 7. . 9t lo. il, 12, and U 1 1 IK InnliiBltia . . W . 1 . . . . : , . . . ; , n. ins uciiuiainauun ot $1.0u0.00 each, dated September 1st 187. and dun Sentemher Ivt Hit 7 ..Ml i , . , . . . -a. 111 CUT take notice that all of said bonds will ba paid and redeemed at the state treasurer's Kansas, in the city of Topeka, Kansas, on or before the 15th day of Deceinber7l908, , . . micicsi mil ii aue ana un paid and that said bonds will cease to bear interest thereafter, as the law pro vides and this the said township of Pro tection. In Comanche county. Kansas. .IT 1 1 I An hu ,!.-.... f .u ...1 , . .1 " . X i .uLiiuniy vested. 'r?J t,hl-8tate ot Kansas, approved WITNESS MY HAND as treasurer and r , , i oaia townsnip ot Seal, Protection, Comanche county. KIUIH, thfa la, .1 .. r, . ' ber A. D. 1908. " Attest: W. P. SANDERS. Township Clerk. A DT, - . .. , .- m . . ,va t n vy Tj i , Treasurer of the Township of Protection in v.uuut:ua iuumy, tuia etate of Kan sas. First published In The Topekk Stat duuruiu -rnovernoer lMiB.J Case No. 24983. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE (Execution . SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of Shawne County. State of Kansas. Maria P. Jetmore. Plaintiff, vs. Nellie jviatnison. et al. Defendants. By virtue of an execution ln.nH m out of said district court. In tb. ihnvi en titled action. I will, on Monday, the 14th day of December. A. D. 1908. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the east front door of the court house In the city of Topeka, in the county of Shawnee, in the state of Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash In hand, all the following described real estate, to-wit: The west twenty-five (26) feet of lots number 141 and 143 on Jefferson street. In the city of Tooeka, lying and situate in the county of Shawnee la the state of Kansas. The above described rest rmtntr, la tab on as the property of said defendant anil will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said execution. , J- M. WILKERSON. Sheriff of Shawnee County. Kansas. Br JONATHAN D. NORTON. Under Sheriff. A. J. BOLINGER. Attomer. PHYSICIANS AND SURG EONS. DR. E. L CARHART. M. D.. physlolan and surgeon; diseases of women and children. Office, room 7. over Snow's drum store. IDA C BARNES, M. D. Office 728 Kansas ave. Realdenea Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 s- m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Botk phones 16 residence and Ind. ISIS office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, with private hospital. Office $31 Knnaaa ave. BA!ARrtTMS. CHRIST'S HOSPITAL COTTAOES) FOB the care and treatment of nervous Inn. lids, alcohol and drug habits and mll4 eases of mental derangement W. a. Lindsay. M i.. 32 K. A.. Tovska. Kan. OSTPOP s. TTf Dr. Nellie Sawyer. Ind. nhono 12S0. CIS K. A.. Crawford Bldg. Elevator service. MAcnTwfmors FOR up-to-date gunsmiths and electricians see H. a. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. Tel 60. TTiORTRTS. FRESH cut flowers for all oeeaslons to be found at Hayes' flower store, 107 W. Sth. Ind. phone 377. PICTURE FTtAMINO. FRAMING, regllding. mat making, mount ing done by J. D. Sullivan. 112 W. Eighth street Packing, shipping, etc. CINDERS. FOR SALE Edison cinders, delivered. Call Jamison. Ind. 992. Bogg's reed store. PATTTTO. CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK PAVING CO.. 214 E. Sth st Mfgs. of bulldlno. paving and sidewalk brick. jXEWELERS JAMES B. HAYDEN, Jeweler and Opti cian, complete stocK or watches, c.laa- mor.ds. silverware, etc. Eyes examined ar1 (tp.ptsplPPWop.rlr fitted. TRANSFER 4n arTOTT rzw MERCHANTS TRANSFER & STORAOK Co. packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner, U Qulncv st. PATH NTS. I., A. ROSEN, patent attorney. 28- Kan sas ave.. Topeka. Kan. I