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TOPEKA STATiS JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 25, 1902,
lost Interesting. You may dabble in many thing and with little credit to yourself, but when you come to real estate you have a firm basts on which to work, and the results are most in teresting;. W. S. BERGUNDTHAL Real Estate, Loans, Rents, Collections, Insurance. 17 West 7th St. Telephons 199. Where to Locate ? Wby, in the Territory Traversed by the Louisville Nashville N Railroad THE Great Central Southern Trunk Line, IN Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, WHERE Farmers, Fruit Growers, Stock Raisers, Manufacturers, Investors, Speculators, and Money Lenders wiU find the greatest chances in the united States to make "big money" by reason of the abundance and cheapness of Land anil Farms Timber ant tone, iron and Coal, Labor Every thing! Free rites, financial assistance, and freedom from taxation for the manufac turer. Land and farms at $1.00 per acre and up wards, and 5'K),0"0 acres in Weav Florida that can be taken gratia under the U. S. Homestead laws. Stock raisins in the Gulf Coast District will make enormous profits. Half Fare Excursions the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Let us know what you want, and we wi.l teii you where and how to get it but don't delay, as the country is tilling up rapidly. Printed matter, maps and all Informa tion free. Address R. J. WEMYSS, en. Immigration and Industrial Agt LOUISVILLE, KY. Solid Comfort Speed Safety Scenery "ft- S-A tP..-, wmmm CHICAGO TO NEW YORK Three Trains Daily Enquire of your nearest Railroad Ticket Aleut or write JEO. A. CULLEN Oea'l Was tern Ptsa'r Agent 103 Adams Street, Chicago CHEAP SETTLERS' RATES TO THE FAR WEST AND NORTHWEST. The Burlington Route renews the low one-way settlers' rate of $25.00 from, Missouri river to California. Portland and the Puget Sound country every day during September and October, with correspondingly low rates to the Spo kane district and the Butte-Helena dis trict; also proportionate rates from Interior Missouri, Kansas and south west territory. "The Burlington Northern Pacific Ex press" is the great through train leav ing Kansas City daily, for the nortii west. Through Coaches, Chair Car? (seats free). Standard and Tourist Sleepers to Butte, Helena, Sookme. Tacoma, Seattle, Portland. Connecting train from Denver at night Joining this northwest train at Alliance. Neb. VISIT THE OLD HOME EAST. Home visitors" excursions to points li Ohio and Indiana; dates of sale Sec tember 2, 9, 16 and 23: limit SO days. Also excursion rates to Ohio and In diana during the first week of October at the time of the big Grand Army re union in Washington, D. C. TO CHICAGO The Burlington's fa mous "Eli" Is the best known and most popular train from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Chicaeo. TO ST. LOUIS Two daily trains carrying all classes of standard Bur lington equipment. . H. CROZIER, L. W. WAKELEY, T. T. A., M Main St.. (ien'l FassT AieaS. Kansas City, Mo. L Louis. .VIo. C. M. LEVEY. General Manager, bt- Louia. Mo. M l STORIES OF CLERGYMEN. "A Little Nonsense Now and Then Is Relished by the Beat of Men." At an informal clergymen's dinner given the other night some excellent stories current anions the local clergy were related. One of the most enjoyed was told of the late esteemed Bishop Latane, who was sufficiently broad minded to enjoy a joke even at his own expense. The bishop was once making a series of visits to the then scattered parishes of Canada. It was summer, and the clergyman, worn down from the win ter's worli. resolved to take advantage of this opportunity for mental relaxa tion and to preach the same sermon at each of the several rfcurche3 visited. So be wrote one, sermon a eiod, strong, stirring sermon, and without another line of manuscript started on his Jour ney. It was preaehec. at first at St. John, N. P., and received the apprecia tion it deserved; but its very excellence soon became a source of embarrassment. The vestrymen of several parisnes thought the sermon too good to be lost, and in turn besought the bishop ti allow the whole or portions of it to be published in their local papers. Be ked to preach in thirteen parishes before he conclude.! in Ontario, the clergyman warded off, with one excuse or another, this threatened exposure of his one and only oratorical effort, but when the last palish was reached and the last ser mon delivered he yielded gracefully to persuasion and committed the manu script to the publisher's hands. Alas, for the bishop's precautions. It had been his unvarying custom to jot down at the end of a manuscript the places in which that special sermon had been preached and the dates of its delivery. Th? Canadian manuscript had proved no exception to the rule. The editor of the local newspaper published the ser mon in full, with the addition of "preached at," followed by the dates of delivery and the names of the thirteen parishes of Canada. The famous St. Jezebel narrative is one of the choice stories of a present bishop of Baltimore. It was just after the civil war and one of the church bodies was endeavoring to establish col ored churches with colored pastors in the south. There was a lack of men qualified to be ordained. In this emerg ency the churchmen decided to ordain several colored men who were recog nized exhorters among the colored par ishes, and known to be men of piety Some slight preliminary examination was deemed advisable, however, and they were questioning a candidate to learn what qualifications he possessed. Of Moses he knew that he had led the children of Israel through the wilder ness. David had been a king who played a harp, Paul wrote epistles, but vagueness of detail accompanied each. In despair the examiners asked the candidal- to tell them something of his own accord that he did know fully and in de tail. He said he knew the story of St. Jeza Belle and told it somewhat as fol lows: St. Jeza Belle, she sat at an upper window of the palace of Samaria look ing out. and King Ahab he came riding along ,'md he mighty mad and he say, Throw her down!" and they threw her down. Anil" he say. "Throw her down seven times!" and they threw her down seven times. And he say, "Throw her dc-wn seventy times seven!" and it was done. And the dogs came and licked her sores, and of the remains they gathered up twelve baskets full, and whose wife shall she be in the resurrection? Bishop John H. Vincent, of Buffalo, once head of the Chautauqua Circle, was introducing Dr. Henson, of Chicago, who was to deliver a lecture to the Chautnucua audience on "Fools." The introduction was after this fashion: "Ladies and gentlemen, the lecture to be -delivered tonight is upon fools, by one" here Bishop Vincent was attacked by a violent fit of coughing, and when he recovered breath concluded "by on of the most noted divines1 of Chicago." The "noted divine" rose in some appar ent embarrassment and responded: "Ladies and gentlemen, I am not so mucn of a fool as Dr. Vincent" there he was apparently overcome by a spell of coughing and several seconds elapsed before he ended "as Dr. Vincent would have you believe." A conundrum propounded by Bishop Potter was told as follows: "Why is it that in the many pictures and statues of angels exhibited the angles are always depic ted either as women or young men without beards or mustaches?" The bishop's answer, which always affords him keen enjoyment, is that "everybody knows women naturally Inherit the kingdom of heaven, but that men only get in by a very close shave." Another story was concerning two exceedingly jolly clergymen who were traveling south. They fell in at a way side hotel with a genial, KentucKian who, before dinner, approached the bar and invited them to Join him in a drink The barkeeper asked the first clergyman what he would have, and he said apol linaris; the second said he would enjoy a glass of milk. The Kentuckian, when finally asked his choice, after a mo ment's embarrassment, said he guessed under the circumstances he'd have a piece of aie. At a Baptist convention recently held in the south the minutes of the first day were recorded by a man of calm and de liberate speech, while one of the speak ers of the occasion was a quick-tempered gentleman named French. By some oversight no record was made in the minutes of Mr. French's words, and when the minutes were read next day Mr. French was quickly on his feet with the remark that he objected to the min utes being accepted. "On what grounds do you object?" questioned the presiding officer. "I object to the English; the report is not in good English," said the gen tleman. A pause ensued, while everybody looked at the recording secretary, who slowly rose to his feet. "Well, gentlemen," he remarked in calm, deliberate fishion, "I won't de fend the English of the report, but I ad mit there was no French in it." A burst of merriment greeted his words and the minutes were accepted. A story is told of a Maryland priest and his advice to a penitent, which per haps ought net to get to the ears of an austere bishop, but which Is a gem in its way. The penitent was a young theological student, who was also a football en thusiast and the commander of a team engaged in a very hot contest. The game was a tie, depending on a grand rush to secure t- victory. It was a man-to man contest, ind the youthful bishop in embryo, with all the fire of those militant churchmen of old who rode in arrpe-.r with blazing eyes into the thick of the fight, cried out to his squad: "Do your c dst! Do your d dst!" But when the exultation of victory had passed off and calm reflection had restored the youngster to his norma state of mind, conscience troubled him as it has troubled many another man after giving away to the excitements of the flesh. He f-lt that he had done wrong and should atone for It. In hte trouble he went very penitently to a priest who had witnessed the exciting struggle on the college campus and was hardly done rejoicing over the result, for he was a backer of the side which won. . The conscience-stricken student apologetically said: "Father, I fear that In my excitement I did very wrong, and sail things I should not have said. ""What did you say?" "I urged our side to do their d dst. What penance should I do?" -dst." The wisdom, the wit and the consola tion of the advice were gratifying. It showed him that he had consciously done no wrong, and If he had, the maxim of the homeopathists should be applied to the case similia similibus curantur. Baltimore Sun. CHOLERA DECIMATED. History of Rajah. Brooke's Wax in Sarawak. Sarawak, that most picturesque eastern state, has lately suffered from a great ca lamity. Since 1S41 Sarawak, which is on the western end of Boreno, has been ruled by an English family. In that year Sir James Brooke was formally made rajah of the nation, which later had its inde pendence recognized by England. His son. Sir Charles Brooke, is now rajah, and it was one of his armies which in June met a foe deadlier than the fiercest of the Dyak tribes of head hunters. In early June an expeditionary force of 12,000 men, under the command of the heir-apparent, Mr. Vyner Brooke, left Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, for the interior to punish a tribe of head hunters which for years had been guilty of all the atroc ities peculiar to that people. The expedi tion started !n 815 war boats, from 40 to 60 feet long, and for three days ascended the Batane Luner river noiselessly and secretly. On the afternoon of June 12 rumors were afloat that a mysterious sickness had broken out In some of the boats. In camp that evening it was clear that cholera had come in its most malig nant form. That night thirty men died. The disease Tiiade rapid inroads on the force, and the panic caused by the cholera was increased by the, fierce attacks of the enemy It had corrle to punish, two hundred boats having been destroyed by them. It was decided, therefore, to aban don the boats and march home overland. In the meantime men were dying like flies. nd becaur.e the troops refused to leave their dead in the hostile country it was necessary to carry the corpses back to Sarawak. By the time the expedition finally reached home there were more than a thousand of these, and the retreat. which had begun in an orderly manner. ended in a panic-stricken rout. The total number of deaths from cholera amounted to considerably more than one-twelfth of the entire army, and the other losses were very heavy. Commercial Advertiser. HUMOR' OF THE DAY. Sometimes in our more tolerant and forgiving moods, we don't blame people for what thev do; at the same time we cannot help but feel that they ought to nave had more sense. Indianapolis News. 'I saw Klumsey's baby yesterday. It's a regular chip off the old block." "Why, I couldn't see any resemblance at all." 'No? Well, when I saw the kid it had just opened its mouth and put its foot in it." Philadelphia Press. A certain author says that he pelted the magazines with poems 15 years be fore they accepted one. In glancing over some of them we really think the maga zines deserve censure for weakening In so short a space of time. Atlanta Constitution. - ' "Tomorrow." said the St. Louis sas- tor to the chorister. "I shall preach a sermon on the widespread sin of 'bood- ling,' as illustrated in the recent shock ing disclosures of official corruption in our city. If possible let one of your mus ical selections for the morning service be appropriate to the theme." Accordingly the choir next morning sang as a voluntary, in the most feeling manner "I love to steal awhile away. Chicaso Tribune. A postal card, sent from Billville to one of the absent brethren, reads: 'Dear Jim Nuthin' but good news to tell you: Your crap paid off the mort gage, vour brother broke out o' jail, an' your' daddy has jest got $1,000- out the railroad fer , runnin over his leg. Ain't Providence providin'!" Atlanta Constitution. "You have called in response to our advertisement?" said the patent medi cine man. "Yes; you want a man who can write your advertisements, I believe?" said the serious-looking caller. 'That's what we want. What experi ence have you had?" Tve been a writer of fiction for 12 years." Yonkers Statesman. The St. Louis and New York Limited Vandalia-Pennsylvania Short Line. Every day hereafter the St. Louis and New York Limited of the Pennsylvania Short Line will run as an independent train from St. Louis and Indianapolis, composed of Library Smoking, Dining, Sleeping and Observation cars, and when necessary to avoid delay at Pitts burg, these cars will run as a solid train through to Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New York. The New York Limited of the Vandalia-Pennsylvania Short Line leaves St. Louis Union Station ev ery day at 1 o'clock p. m. Three Ex press trains every day. with through sleeping and dining cars from St. Louis to New York, over the Vandalia-Pennsylvania Short Line. For special in formation address J. M. Chesbrough, Assistant General Passenger Agent, St. Louis. 1XD MISCELLANEOUS ADS. FEES MESSENGER FOR WANTS. PULL a Postal Telegraph Cable box or call by either telephone No. 417 and have your Want Ads brought to the State Jour nal office by free messenger. No charge tc you for messenger service. Cost of classi fied ads 5 cents per line of 6 words to the line and every fraction thereof. WANTED SITUATIONS. ELECTRICIAN desires position to super Intend construction of lighting system or interurban railway. Experienced on alter nating work, estimates, etc. R. S. Ashe, Richmond, lad. WANTED A situation by an inexper ienced stenographer: salary not so much of an object as experience. Address L. A. W., care of Journal. WANTED To do your haullnc. Topeka Transfer and Storage Co. Bo'h 'phones 3-0. t . P. tsacon. president: .1. H. Gay hart. superintendent. 523 Jackson st. WHEN you want to hire a man or bov call up Y. M. C. A., telephone 311. .We have a list of men and confidential tef- erences concerning them. Y. M. C. A. Employment Bureau, 117 E. Sth st. WANTED -MALE HELP. WANTED Boy to learn printing trade. WANTED Broommakers at the Capital uroom w ortis. jtiansas ave. TRUSTWORTHY man torvpr.--3t-nt mfgr in parts ot Kansas. $is weekly and ex penses; stl.try paid each week: expense money advanced, ir-a-ldressed envelope. ijmita, mgr., iioo jjearoorn, t-mcago. "Well, do your d- WANTED -MALE HELP. WANTED w men at once at mv nurser ies, good wages. N. E. Copeland. Oak land. Kan. ' WANTED Men with rig to Introduce Monarch Poultry mixture; $20 weekly and expenses; years contract: weekly pay. Adress with stamp. Monarch Mfg. Co.. Box 823, Springfield, 111. WANTED Men everywhere, good pay, to distribute circulars, nrtv. matter. tacK signs, etc. No canvassing. National Adv. Duitau, viucago. DETECTIVES Every locality, good sal ary, experience unnecessary. Interna tional Detective Agency, Milwaukee, Wis. WANTED Active persons to open office and mail circulars: von handle the mon ey. Answer quickly. Wagenseller, Middle- WANTED Reliable person each district to manage business for old house. Salary JiS weekly. Expenses advanced. Permanent position. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Manager. 332 Caxton bldg., Chicago. WANTED Men to learn barber trade; best proposition ever offered: more ex perience in one month than shops in ore year; tools presented; wages Saturdays; board included. Write for catalogue. Mi ler Barber college, St. Louis, Mo. WANTED Young people to copy letters at home; $10 per 1,000. Address, with 4c in stamps, lock box 17, Westerville, O. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Girl for geenral housework; w'"lc laeniM. yy . loin St. WANTED Good white girl for general uoustworK. azi Fillmore st. WANTED Two women for house clean se .viuuuay morning, at Hotel Oxtord. WANTED Ladies or gentlemen to in troduce late work; straight salary; for particulars call or arlilrnsa T.nrllfS' Ev- change, 529 Topeka ave. THE WHIT E Is king of sewing machines. " jou iou i. mime so, try it. J. c Hard ing, agent, 117 E. 6th st. WANTED White eirl lor downstairs work: no washing or ironing. 30 W. loth. LADIES, something new making sofa pil lows at home, $s to J15 weekly, material furnished. No canvassing. Steady work. Send stamped addressed envelope. House hold Mfg. Co., Erie st., Chicago. WANTED Chambermaid, also kitchen girl, southeast corner 8th and Ouincv sts. $3.00 PER HUNDRED securing addresses uiiue miu stamp lor oianK book and particulars. O. f'oiemsn fuua Grand Blvd., Chicago. WANTED Competent white girl for gen-er.-.l house work; no washing. 314 Wood lawn ave. LADY AGENTS WANTED Corsets, turai-uiira, giraies, snirt waist torms, dus. ties, skirts, safety belts, shirt waist ma terials. Address, J. E. Wood & Co., Syra cuse, N. Y. LADIES to do piece work at their homes. We furnish all materials and nar from $7 to $12 weekly. ' Send stamped envelope to Royal Co., 34 Monroe st., Chicago. LADIES to work doilies and centerpieces t'1 "-3 cam, tio unuvitwuIK- eilu stamped envelope to Ely Novelty Co., Cl,, tM.l. WANTED Lady agents and managers of branch offices and parlors to take charge of H. A H. Pneumatic bust form. Na ture's only rival. Demand enormous: no competition: sells on sipht. Henderson &. Henderson, 115 Delaware ave., Buffalo, N.Y. WASH jour dud's ' without rubbing by usuig ienzene. jsoia at lu t, .ttt st. ACTIVE lady to work home, $36 paid for 12 days' trial: permanent if satisfactorv. State rel'gion. Manager Engwail, Lakeside bldg., Chicago. $13 WEEKLY paid for ladies to work at home: everything furnished. Enclose stamped envelope. D. 11. Ladies' Ind. Co., 167 Wabash ave., Chicago. WANTED Lady In each county to man age business: "old house. Salary $18 week ly. Money advanced for expenses. Enclose self-ad dressed stamped envelope. Mana ger, 322 Caxton bldg., Chicago. WANTED Competent white girl for gen eral housework; no washing; 2 in family; good wages. 315 Topeka ave. WANTED Competent girl for general housework. eal.Jopeka ave. References required. WANTED Good girl for general house work. 824 I'olk st. WANTED Dressmakers. Crosby Bros. Mrs. Mercer, WANTETJAGENTS. AGENTS, we guarantee $4 to $5 a dav In troducing our genuine Super-Asbestos wicks; just out; light equal to Incandes cent electricity: last about 8 years. Ad dres Firep'-oof Safety Wick Works, 755 Lake st., Chicago. AGENTS can make big money handling the Home Steam laundry: just out. Ne cessity in every household; practical stam washer for home use: demand unlimited. Cost within reach of all. Winters' Machine Co.. Chicago, 111. WANTED Agents. Call 117 East Sixth street. WANTED Everywhere, hustlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc. No canvassing: good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chicago. WANTED Agents to sell Capcade gold and ro:inrr mining stock. Good commis sion. Address E. J. Worst. Ashland, Ohio. AGENTS are making good salary and commission selling our guaranteed bonds on installment; reliable representatives wanted. American Bond company, 217 Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. START MAIL ORDER BUSINESS at your home. We tell how. Furnish every thing required. Credit given. Profits im mense. Particulars free. Chicago Specialty Co., 134 Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. AGENTS WANTED to sell new goods. jut ready ror market: good sellers: large profits. Sample outfit mailed for $1.00. Re tnils for $4.00. Swinburn & Co., Kewanee, Illinois. OUTFIT free: credit given: cut-price X mas books: 5f.c book 12V-c: $1 book 25c; $1.51 book 50c. Ferguson, 4494 5th St., CinT cinnati. WANTED Agents to solicit original in ventions to patent: handbook on patents free. Freer & Partlow, patent attornevs, Washington, D. C. AGENTS. $30 to $50 weekly easily made: we prove this. Luminous nameplates, numbers, signs readable darkest nights: samples free. Right Supply Co., Engle wood. Til. WANTED - SALESMEN. WANT skirt and pants commission travel ing salesman. References necessary. For Pennsylvania factories. Address box SS6, Des Moines, Iowa. WANTED At once, experienced traveling . salesman for Kansas. We want a sales man; no novice need apply. Box 514,' Chi cago. LA LANNE & Co., Philadelphia, want traveling men for good side line dry goods. SALESMEN Just patented. absolutely r.ew: most marvelous mechanical novel ty ever invented. For bankers, bookkeep ers, every business; 2 stamps brings com plete information. Colurrbla Specialty. Bank bldg.. Washington, D. C. YOUNG man to travel. $50 month and ex penses! experience unnecessary: enclose self-addressed envelope. Manager Perkins, Manhattan bldg., Chicago. WANTED SALESMEN. SALESMAN for staple and attractive line of dry goodo and general mdse. dealers. Box 1025, St. Louis, Mo. SALESMAN, large corporation Just organ ized wants a man who is competent to develop a co-operative plan among general trade. Territory permanent and exclusive with share in profits. Weekly advance. Re tailers' Co-operative Corporation, Cleve land. O. WANTED Salesmen to sell lubricating oils and greases on salary or commission. Excellent side line. The A. G. Harbaugh Co., Cleveland. O. BUSINESS CHANCES. THIS BEATS NEW JERSEY Charters secured under S. Dakota laws for a few dollars. Write for corporation laws, blanks, by-laws and forms to Philip Lawrence, late Ass't secretary of state, Huron, Beadle county, S. D. SYSTEMATIC SPECULATION in wheat is very profitable. $100 Invested pays $2 per day, remitted weekly. Send for free book, explaining option trading. Osborn Grain Co., 813 Phoenix Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. Members Chamber Commerce. CHANCE for fortune. Small investment will secure copper mine which has pro duced $60,000. Write for plan. Box 1075, Aeien, Col. MONTHLY dividends of 1 per cent. We are offering the best mining investment in the United States, one paying 1 per cent monthly on your investment and which will soon be paying much larger dividends, 50o per share; par value $1. Ask for Sonora prospectus and bank references. Easy monthly payments. Roanoke Investment Co.. 520 Marquette bldg., Albany, N. Y. THE California-Nevada Mining Co. guar antees 5 per cent per month in dividends; have $16,000,000 in sight: write for prospec tus. W. H. Baldwin & Co., brokers, VoIck ert bldg., Albany, N. Y. BUY wheat and corn, $100 invested in grain or stocks by our Safety Valve Plan should result In a profit of $500 to $1,000 within 30 days. Write for particulars and send for our free book, "Modern Methods for Safe Investments." Richard Oliver A Co., bankers and brokers, Chicago Stock Exchange bldg., Chicago. PERSONAL. ALBERT KLEASNER. Anyone who can give information as to the whereabouts of Albert Kieasner is earnestly requested to inform S. C. Lar kins, Pendleton, Oregon. MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cocaine habit; myself cured, will inform you of harmless, permanent home cure. Mrs. Baldwin. Box 1212. Chicago. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To oo your hauling. Topeka Transfer and Storage Co. Both 'phones 320. F. P. Bacon, president: J. H. Gay hart, superintendent. 523 Jackson st. WANTED To close out entire stock of goods and fixtures. 310 Kansas ave. WANTED Substantial spring or one horse farm wagon for cash. W. 11. Holmes. 534 Kansas ave. WANTED To buy 2 good cows; must be good milkers and young. H. A. Bishop, 520 Kansas PV3. WANTED To sell Great Western hoti 1 range, -good shape. WARREN, 418 KANSAS AVE. WANTED Second - hand piano, almost new, for cash. Address "Piano," care of Journal. WANTED To do your hauling. Topeka Transfer and Storage Co. Both 'phones 320. F. P. Bacon, president: J. H. Gay hart, superintendent- 523 Jackson st. HORSES WANTED The undersigned have purchased the Bennelt barn or. West Eighth street, and will buy horses for the foreign and eastern markets. Horses must be fat and from 4 to 8 years old. Will be at the barn every Saturoav. IMMEL & NORRIS- FOR EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE New open stanhope ' buggy for young saddle horse. Call or address A. J. Bolinger, 935 Morris ave. FOR RENT ROOMS. fIRHrENT Large front room, with board, modern. 635 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Large furnished front room, with alcove. 60S West 10th st. FOR RENT Large furnished front room, rates reasonable. 90S Monroe st. FOR RENT Well furnished rooms up stairs. 310 Karjsaa ave. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms, steam heat. 723 Quincy st. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, light housekeeping, gas and bath. 1024 Taylor street. FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms upstairs over brick store. 934 Monroe st. FOR RENT One furnished room for housekeeping; another for sleeping. 306 E. 8th st. FOR RENT 4 pleasant unfurnished rooms, modern. 817 West 10th st. FOR RENT Five rooms, S28 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with bath and gTs; board if desired. 335 Jtckson st. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms. 213 E. 8th st. FOR RENT Pleasant unfurnished rooai, at 00S West 8th St. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, $."; good barn $2. 710 West Sixth st. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms ground floor, 2 furnished rooms. 711 Madison st. FOR RENT Furnished front rooms, gen tlemen preferred. 710 Madison st. FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms; also barn. 406 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Large front room with al cove, in new modern house. 701 Fillmore FOR RENT One nicely furnished room with bay window. 622 Van Buren St. FOR RENT Nice south room in new house, 1128 Harrison, nicely furnished and strictly modern. John Fyfe. FOR RENT Nice largf upstairs front room with acove, furnished or uniur nished. Bath and gas. Gentlemen pre-fe-red. 715 West 6th st. FOR RENT -HOUSES. FOR RENT Good list houses, stores, offices and rooms. WOOD & DICKINSON, 534 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT-large subuiban home and small farm. A-ddress Z.. care Journal. FOR RENT 5 room cottage, good well and barn. 724 Chestnut st., $10. FOR RENT rfouse 4 rooms, Stoyell. 1039 Lawrence st. $6. See FOR RENT 5 room house at 5'T6 E. Sth ave. FOR RENT 12 rcom house, corner 6th and Polk. Inquire after 5 o'clock p. rr.. 715 W. 6th st. FOR RENT Nice 7 room house. 4-7 Ty. ler St. FOR RENT 6 room house 1244 Lincoln st. Apply 712 W. 12th st. FOR RENT 8 room house; stable; cloc in. Thos. S. Lyon, 1401 College ave. Tele. 4374 rings. FOR RENT 7 room houe, $12 month. In quire at 22 Buchanan st. FOR HE N O TJ S E FOR RENT by G. B. Payne & Co., 627 Kansas ave No. 424 Clay St., 7 rooms. No. 620 Jefferson st., nice 6 room cottage. 8th and Lincoln sts., 8 room house. 1135 Clay St., nice 7 room house. 11& West 6th St., fine basement for cafe. Furnished and unfurnished rooms. FOR RENT 207 Van Buren, 5 rooms. 1013 Huntoon, 6 rooms, bath, etc. 505 Clay, 6 rooms; water in kitchen. 1275 Harrison, 8 rooms; all conveniences. 704 Polk, 6 rooms, water in kitchen. 134 Fillmore. 8 rooms (new); all conven iences. J. E. TORRINGTON, Tel. 228. 109 West 6th St. FOR RENT Seven room house in good condition; four closets and good dry -cellar: city water and sewer connection; also stable. Two blocks east of Auditorium. Inquire at A. F. Wessen's coal office, 507 Fast 4th st. Both telephones 504. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT 2 acre home near Washburn college. WOOD & DICKINSON, ' 531 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT Barn, with room for four horses. 301 Van Buren st. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE The brick and stone In the walls of the old starch factory east of town. Brick is in good condition and cleans easily. Stone is practically unaf fected by the fire and Is in first class con dition. Submit bids to T. B. Wagn?r, 847 Rookery bldg., Chicago. FOR SALE TWO SHOW CASES. WARREtN. FOR SALE Good delivery horse, wagons and harness: good mill and 2-hole corn sheller, heating stoves, cooking stoves, stove repairs, furniture, musical instru ments, tools, clothing, dress goods, no tions. 310 Kansas ave. NEW furniture and stoves at Warren's. The prices are right. FOR SALE Tibles, safes, chairs, beds, couch, settees, organ, carpets, chairs, stove, book cases, dishes; leaving city. 330 Madison St. FOR SALE Soft Cdal burner, good con dition. 522 Kansas ave., up stairs. FOR SALE Mandolin and guitar, half price. Address by card to Albert Shutt, music tfacher. Railroad Y. M. C. A. FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow with calf. 323 Greenwood ave. FOR SALE A surrey and road wagon, both in excellent condition. Call at 90S Madison st. FOR SALF-Cheap, steer calf. Thos. Owen, 1935 McVicar ave., adjoining Washburn college. FOR SALE Household goods. 1307 Jack son St. FOR SALE Gasoline stove, good as new. 1015 Lawrence st. FOR SALE 6 hole cast range, reservoir, $10. 116 East 8th St. FOR SALE A good bank vault, fireproof door, at half price. W. M. Forbes, 107 West 7th st. SEEING is believing. Warren's prices are convincing arguments. FOR SALE 1200 pound horsei would ex change for lighter driving horse. 1108 To peka ave. WARREN sells extra good stoves at very low prices. 41S KANSAS AVE. FOR SALE Burrow, cart and harness, safe for children, or will trade for good pony. Inquire 1303 East 5th st. FINE STOCK QUEENSWARE WAR REN. J FOR SALE Encyclopedia Brittanica, 25 vols., good as new: cost $50; $13 if sold at once. 724 Chandler. FOR SALE Cord wood for heating pur poses. Milliken, 707 Madison st. FOR SALE FIRE PROOF SAFE. E. C. WARREN. FOR SALE A one, two and three horse power gasoline engine. 232 Monroe st. FOR SALE A good paying paper route Address Route, care Journal. FOR STOVES, SEE WARREN. FOR SALE 4 hole cast range, used one month. 116 East Sth st. EMPIRE HOTEL sale at Wi-.rren's, a compulsory, quick, at cost sale. FOR SAI.E Tyler st. good driving ponies. NEW EMPIRE SALE. FOR SALE Good paying stove business, good location, for $200 to $600. Address "Z," care Journal. FOR SALF; Candy store 808 Kansas ave., at cost: I have two stores; must sell one. FOR SALE Phaeton, harness and road cart, cheap. 715 W. Sth St. MISCELLANEOUS. DOUBLE DECK CIGAR SHOW CASE. WARRENS. WHEN you move, let U3 do your hauling Ring up either 'phone. 320. Topeka Trans ler and Strrage Co. F. P. Bacon, presi dent: J". H. Gayhart, superintendent, 523 Jackson st. GO TO NEW EMPIRE SALE HOUSE HOLD GOODS. WASH your duds without ruhbing by tiding Clenzene. Sold at 117 n.. bth. st. FINE line couches at Warren's, door north of postofi'ice. third RING UP either 'phone. 320, the Topeka Transfer and Storage Co., if you want any kind of hauling done. F. P. Bacon, president: J. H. Gayhart, superintendent, 523 Jackson st. HOTEL rante for sale or xi-hange. . C. WARREN. 41s KANSAS AVE.K THE WHITE is king of sewing machines. If vou don't think so. try it. J. C. Hard ing, agent, 117 E. 6th st. WARREN SELLS STOVES. FELLOW Traveller, to the bar of God, w.io irirks- Do vou wish to set on with the sober world? If so. call or write De Voe Liquor Cure Co., 534 Kmsas avs snd 102 E. 6th St., Topeka, Kan. FURNITURE NEW EMPIRE. WHEN you move, let us do your hauling. Ring up either 'phone. 320. Topeka Trans fer and Storace Oo. r. P. Bacon, presi dent: J. H. Gayhart, superintendent. 523 Jackson st. CAN you freeze those babies when War ren sells stoves so cheap. Three doors north of pcstofTice. RING UP cither 'phone, 320, the Topeka Transfer and Storage Co., If you want anv kind of hauling done. F. P. Bacon, president: J. H. Gayhart, superintendent, E23 Jackson St. NEW EMFIRE HOTEL SALE AT WARREN S. Third Door North P. O. WHEN you move, let us do your nauling. Ring up either 'phone. 320. Topeka Trans fer and Storage Co. F. P. Bacon, presi dent: J. H. Gayhart, superintendent. 523 Jackson st. NEW EMPIRE SALE. MUST BE SOLD. Entire furnishings of New Empire hot-1 i 1 b" piH -t abort ilf price. Sheets, pillow cases, dishes, bedroom suits, dress . .-. m .-verstoing in tiotel -f uinihing3. See the sign and see prices. It will pay you. MISCELLANEOUS. ROEDIGER & SON. Have Tour WINTER CLOTHING Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired. ROEDIGER & SON. Cleaning and Dying Works. PHONE 957. 820 KANSAS AVE. STOVES! STOVES! STOVEES! SHIPMAN, 116 East 8th Bt. PIPE COVERING. New process asbestos and felt. Prices; 1- inch pipes, per foot, 10 cents. 2- inch pipes, per foot, 12 cents. 3- inch pipes, per foot, 15 cents. 4- lnch pipes, per foot, 20 cents. Others in proportion. We do the work. Nothing extra for elbows, etc. References: J. H. Allen, chairman state board of char ities. Address Lcwry & Shaw. Bel oit. Ivan. EMPIRE FURNITURE WARREN'S. RING UP either 'phone, 320, the Topeka Transfer and Storage Co., if you want any kind of hauling done. F. P. Bacon, president; J. H. Gayhart, superintendent, 523 Jackson st. ' SYNONOMOUS with low prices Warren. 418 KANSAS AVE. LOST A black jacket trimmed in black silk, between 13th and Lime street and Santa Fe depot. Leave Wilson's lunch roonf, opposite depot. LOST An English fox terrier puppie, left ear tan, bodv white, bob-tailed; $1 re ward for return of it to my place. 1 mils north of Garfield park. Wm. Morltz. CLAIRVOYANT DR. ALIA THURMAN of Denver, Col.. Lincoln Post hall, E. 6th St., S o'clock p. m., Oct. 26. Lecture and tests. Subject, "When I Pass Over the Great Divide of Life. Where Will I Be? Who Will I Be" Will I Know Mvself and Loved Ones?" Of fice at lis W. 6th st. Consultation daily on all affairs of life. PICTURES AND FRAMES. MISS ELEANOR DYER WHEELER, teacher of French and German; pupie dlplomee of Professor Charles Marchand, Paris. Studio hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. 812 Kansas ave. FOR SALE -REAL ESTATE. J. F. WESTERFIELD, " 601 Kansas Avenue. 40 acres smooth land, well located, 3 miles south of city, $1,700. 160 acres improved Mission Creek first bottom. 12 miles from city. $5,000. SO acres fine improved farm near Berry ton. $2,5tO. 40 acres improved, 4 miles south, $1,700. 40 acres 4 miles west, dairy and fruit farm 2 500. 160 acres prairie 6 miles south, $4,000. 160 acres good improved farm 8 miles east, $40 iier acre. 160 acres prairie 14 miles southwest, $3, 500. SO acres 3 miles south, new house and barn, fruit, good water, nice location, $5.0C0. . ...y- 80 acres in Osage county. $1,600. 40 acres for trade, 10 miles out. 320 bottom farm 2 miles from R. R. sta tion, $35 j)or acre. CITY PROPERTY. Store room and fixtures with 4 room res idence adjoining, easy terms, on Enclid ave., a'-l for $si. 6 room house, 2 lots, Lincoln St., $1,050. 4 room neat cottage near Buchanan and 6th, fl.100. 6 rooms, modern, near Buchanan and 6th, n S00. 6 room house near coll'-ge, easy pay ments, $750. Stock of furniture to trade for residence. Lots for sale in Douthitt tract. New 6 room bouse, 1 acre, good well, near Washburn college. $1.5"0. 20 acres 3 miles southeast, $0!. Good houses to sell on small cash pay ment. - Iiano on -real estate. Holies to rent. Insurance. J. F. WESTERFIELD. 601 Kansas Ave., Topeka. FOR SALE BY R. B. MOORE 600 Kan. Ave. FOR SALE ISO acre farm 6 miles from city, 8 room house, cellar, cistern, well, large barn, other outbuildings, orchard, 80 acres in cultivation, balance meadow and pasture, js.ooo. 160 acres 5 miles out, 9 room house, barn, buggy house, cow barn, large cribs, gran ary, cistern, well, windmill. 70 acres tame grass, balance in cultivation. $,5oO. 80 acres 5 miles out. nortli of river. 40 acres in cultivation, all good, smooth land, 4 room house, cellar, good barn, cribs, bug. gv shed and other outbuildings, well, wind mill, plenty water, orchard. $4,000. leU) acres 16 miles out, all good, smooth prairie meadow. $4,000. 40 acres 4 miles from city, small build ings, good land. $1,700. Several quarters of western land at $150 per quarter. Houses and lots in all parts of the city. R- B. MOORE, 'Phone 2832. 600 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE East Sth, 5 room cottage, cellar, closets, pantry, well fruit, shade. Near new shops, 2 lota, neat 4 room cot tae, cellar, well, young fruit trees, $775. 520 Lane, 3 lots, 7 room cottage, 2 grates, water in kitchen, fine shade trees. Big bargain for quick sale. J. E. TORRINGTON. 109 West Sixth St. ELI AS WHITE'S REAL ESTATE AND TAILOR SHOP. 110 W. FIFTH ST. Clothes for sale, farms and city proper ty for irale. I have two buyers for 80 acres close. If you have anything to sell,, list it with me at orice. Improved 1P0 acres in Oklahoma to trade for city property. Houses and lots west pide. Good bargain clo" to s-hops. Several houses 2 blocks of shops. Here are a few of my bargains: 6 room house. 17 lots. $1.2fi0. 10 rooms. 3 lots, barn. $:HX. 6 roorrs, 1 lot. west side. $1,100. S rooms. 4 lot, west side, $1,300. Bargains on efist side. Call and ree mv list. E. WHITE, 110 W. Fifth St. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE If you have an up-to-date house of T or S rooms, west side, to put !n on an extra well improved farm 5 or s miles out e MILLER & CLARK. 517 Kansas Ave., iijistairs. WE OFFER CHEAP FOR QUICK SALE 3a) acres 2 miles west of Pauline 60 acres plowed, balance meadow end on--ture: good house and barn. Call or w-ra li for J.urfif'il--o -on.lnn I 3 . . s offer. ' anQ maK ... GEO- M- NORLE CO.. Phone 444. 501 Jackson St. FOR SALE Hard wood timber In'tTTcts from 5.0A0 to 100.000 acres. Arkansas Mississippi. Alabama. N Carolin-i n G-orsTia. Fine timb proportion s n cn Mexico. John E. Wllley, Houston. Tex. FOR SALE By M. Heery, 411 Ja-kson st" houses and lots on time payments.