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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6, 1911.
11
HORTH SIDE NEWS
Gire Grant School Clean Bill of
- Health.
Conditions There Sanitary Say
City Health Officers.
PLUMBING ALL RIGHT;
Inspection Yisit Follows Talk of
; Bad Conditions.
Hold First Civic Club Meeting of
Tear. .
"Conditions at Grant school have
nothing- to do with the prevalence of
diphtheria which has been confined tills
season to the pupils of the school. The
plumbing is in good shape and Other
equipment of the building is sanitary."
This is the report made by the city
sanitary department this afternoon
after Dr. H. B. Hogeboom, city physi
cian, and Wm. F. Conklln. city plumbing-
inspector, investigated the school
this morning. .The oliicial visit fol
lowed talk that bad plumbing, damp
basement or other things might have
caused the outbreak of diphtheria. So
far the three cases this season have
been confined to pupils of the school.
It is also stated by some that in the
past several years, every case of this
disease has been confined to west of
Kansas avenue, the territory from
whence come the Grant school pat
rons. Others claim otherwise. How
ever, the agitation reached such a
stage that the health officers were
asked to look into the matter.
All the while, Sanitary Sergeant
Vanderpool has thought that the sus
picion was unfounded and that the
prevalence of the disease into " the
school was not significant.
"Dr. Hogeboom told me that the
plumbing and other equipment at the
Grant school was as good as any of
the other schools of the city," said
Mr. Vanderpool this afternoon. "The
sanitary conditions there are a great
deal better than in many homes. The
idea that bad plumbing or other causes
in the school itself was responsible
for the spread of the diphtheria is all
nonsense."
Notes and Personals.
The first Civic club meeting this year
will be held tonight at fire station No. 1.
Much of importance will come up and
a alrage atendance is desired. The
club was organized a year ago this
month. It has done much good work
since and plans will be discussed for
fuutre undertaking tonight.
Ladies' exchange, home made bread,
cakes and pies. McClintock & Stan
ley. Miss Nora Owen Wing has returned
to school at the Ursuline academy,
Paola, after sepnding the holidavs
with home folk at 112 8 Central ave
nue. Miss Clara Ruff of Hoyt Is visiting
her brother, Arthur Ruff, of 1214
North Harrison street.
Fine home made cakes and pies,
McClintock & Stanley.
Abe Joseph, traveling salesman for
a New York firm with headquarters in
New Orleans, has returned to his work
after spending the holidays with his
mother, Mrs. J. C. Joseph, 823 North
Kansas avenue.
A. E. Robinson, postmaster at sta
tion "A," is confined to his home
north of Topeka with illness.
Frank Fleming of Willard, formerly
of the North side, is visiting friends
here.
All kinds of fine, home made pastry.
McClintock & Stanley.
Charles H. Mathews ot 225 East
Laurent street is an artistic craftsman.
With his own hands he has made an
artistic gas lamp stand, mission style,
with red and green glass shade. It
is a "thing of beauty and joy forever."
Home made cooking, once used, al
ways used. McClintock & Stanley.
Charles Clifford Campbell, the five-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Camp
bell. 1331 North "Van Buren street.
died late last night from enlargement
of the brain after several weeks' ill
ness. The funeral will be held from
the house at 1 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. The body will be buried in Mt.
Hope cemetery.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union met at the Central Avenue
Christian church Thursday afternoon,
C. A. Sanders of 122 0 North Van
Buren street has recovered from a
slight Illness.
Lou Burnett of 1125 North Kansas
avenue has returned home from St.
Francis hospital where he was oper
ated upon for appendicitis.
Our home made pies and cakes are
good to eat as wellas to look at. Mc
Clintock & Stanley.
Andy Scott, a wealthy farmer, is
building a fine new home on his place
on the Central avenue road about four
miles north of Topeka.
J. T. Hurst has .lust completed a new
barn on his farm just north of Topeka.
-The union prayer meeting in connec
tion with the international week of
prayer will be held at the Central Ave
nue Christian church this evening.
Mrs. A. Jarrett of 1303 North Har
rison street is ill.
Mrs. L. J. Stamp of Piatt City, Mo.,
will return home tomorrow after a visit
with relatives.
Roy Booth is 111 at his home, 1214
North Polk street.
Miss Lola Williams. 714 West Gordon
street. Is 111 with grip.
Mrs. I. J. Ketchum will return to her
home in Salt Lake City tomorrow after
a visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Shirely of Grant
ville left today for Excelsior Springs,
Mo., for a two weeks' visit.
Miss Mabel "Jett of Bonner Springs
1b visiting at the home of Miss Alta
Hartd in Grantville.
J. W. Graft has moved from 1012
North Po!k street to 1328 Central ave
nue.
Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson of Des
Moines, la., will arrive tomorrow for a
visit to their daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Graft of 1328 Central avenue.
The Christian Endeavor of the North
Congregational church will hold a mis
sionary tea and exhibit of Chinese
Try a Carbo
Magnetic Razor
on Thirty Days Trial.
Then come in and pay
for it.
Campbell Drug Go.
North Topeka
Agents
curios this afternoon and evening at
the home oT Clara Graves, 1026 Garfield
street, South side.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Martin of St.
Joseph, Mo., are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cromwell, 1418 North Qulncy street.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Gibbons have moved
from 1121 North Kansas avenue to 1124
North Central avenue.
E. Tenant has returned from Austin,
Tex., where he has been on business.
u. I Newton of Severance Is visiting
at the W. A. Thompson home at 1225
North Jackson street.
The Grantville school Is closed down
this week on account of the illness of
the teacher. Roy Grayson.
MANY AT POULTRY SHOW
Large Attendance Officers of Various
Associations Chosen.
The Topeka Poultry show is attract
ing a large number of visitors. The
attendance today has thus far exceed
ed that of previous days this week,
although, according to the manage
ment, the record of yesterday 1,200
netted half as much coin as did the
entire show three years ago.
Topeka has been further honored,
the local show having been given a
place on the list of official exhibitions
in place of the famous Chicago show
by the National Barred Plymouth
Rock association, in session Thursday
night.
The official shows are now those
held at Philadelphia. Baltimore, Bos
ton, Buffalo, New York and Topeka.
The Chicago show- was not able to
draw the birds in the Barred Ply
mouth Rock class. At the Topeka
show there are 248 fowls in this class
on exhibition, which, come from sev
enteen states. -
Last year the meeting of the na
tional organization was held in Buf
falo, with nine members present.
There were forty-nine members at
the gathering held in this city. The
place of meeting for next year will
be decided later. Topeka and Phila
delphia are the cities which have been
mentioned as being those from which
a selection will be made.
Officers elected were: S. T. Divin',
St. Joseph, Mo., president; M. W.
Baldwin, Sioux City, la., vice presi
dent; A. C. Smith, secretary and treas
urer. At the annual meeting of the Rhoda
Island Red Club of America, the fol
lowing officials were chosen: I. A.
Sibley, South Bend, Ind., president; G.'
P. Coffin, Freeport. Mo., vice presi
dent; W. F. Burleigh, Larabee Falls,
Vt., secretary and treasurer: E. L.
Prescott, Hazard, Conn., D. W. Rich,
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and Ira M. Crou
ther, Willoughby, O., members of the
executive committee.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the Kan
sas branch of the American Poultry
association met. the gathering being
presided over by N. R. Myers of Leav
enworth, the president. Prof. F. S.
Jacoby, head of the department of
poultry husbandry at K. S. A. C, gave
an address on "What the Poultry De
partment of the State Agricultural
College Can Do for Kansas Poultry
Men."
This afternoon six homing pigeons,
the property of Frank Weightman of
Kansas City, were liberated in front
of the Auditorium. A crowd of poul
try and pigeon fanciers and show vis
itors watched the birds as they soared
gracefully, circled to get their bear
ing and then started out in a dicect
ine for Kansas City. The owner of
the birds was of the opinion that it
would take an hour and a half to
make the flight. Mr Weightman
agreed to wire the moment the first
bird reaches Its destination.
While perhaps more has been said
about the poultry show than the ex
cellent exhibition of pigeons by the
Western Pigeon club, the manage
ment should be given credit for get
ting together the best display of
pigeons which has ever been seen In
Topeka. There are more than 700
birds on exhibition, and the judge.
Robert Joos, states many of the birds
in the show could compete In any of
the large eastern shows.
Roy Payne, the secretary and su
perintendent of the show, has the lar
gest number of entries, and he de
serves much credit for the results ac
complished. George Burghart, the
president of the association, has some
high class pigeons on display.
JtST WHY SHE KISSED HIM.
Premature Rain Leaves Theater Audi
ence in Doubt.
Kansas City, Jan. 6. "I'll tell you
why I kissed you. I "
Kersplash.
It was a scene in the "Goddess of
Liberty" at the Grand which never had
been rehearsed. Joseph E. Howard
and Violet Seaton were the Drincinals.
The audience never learned why Miss
seaton kissed Mr. Howard. The rea
son was a stage rain storm.
In the scene it is supposed to rain.
but not on the actors. There is a tree
under the branches of which they are
supposed to' be free from rain. The
scene was approaching it climax. In
another moment both would have been
under the tree. But the stage manager
turned on the rain.
Kersplash!
The Case of Mrs. Jackson.
To the Editor of the State Journal.
in reporting the divorce Droceedines
of Mrs. Nannie B. Jackson against her
alleged common law husband, in yes
terday's issue of your paper, you re
port her as saying, "She told of her
devout endeavors to follow the teach
ings of the Christian Science religion
and declared that she believed a com
mon law marriage was as bindiner and
sacred as one performed by a minister
oi the gospel." Will you kindly grant
me space to say that Christian Science
does not teach, countenance, nor ex
cuse such conduct. In the Christian
Science text book, upon the subject of
marriage Mrs. Eddy says: "Marriage ia
the legal and moral provision for gen
eration among human kind." "Infideli
ty to the marriage convenant is the
social scourge of all races." "the pesti
lence that walketh in darkness,
the destruction that wasteth at noon
day." "The commandment, 'Thou shalt
not commit adultery' is no less liniera
tive than the one 'Thou shalt not kill.' "
Section 20 of article 8 of the Church
Manual declares: . "No person shall be
a member of this church who claims a
spiritally adopted child or a spiritual
ly adopted husband or wife. There
must be legal adoption and legal mar
riage, which can be verified according
to the laws of our land."
WILLIS S. McKINSTRY.
Falling Walls Bury a Fireman.
New Ycrk, Jan. 6. The falling wall
of a fire swept factory building ou
Wooster street today buried a fireman
on the ground floor in its debris. Chief
Croker and a squad of firemen, who
narrowly escaped the ...rash, extricated
the pinioned man, who was but slight
ly injured. The fire caused damage es
timated at $150000 and a tieup of traf
fic for some time.
Topeka restaurants and -hotels axe
showing signs of legislative activity.
Principal A. J. Stout of the High
school is arranging the program for
the second term of school.
The F. M. P. organization of the
High school will hold a social event
at the home of Charles Scott this eve
ning. '
The installation of the officers of the
Christian Endeavor of the First Con
gregational church will be held Sun
day evening.
Colonel J. C. Copeland looks lonely
these days. The legislative session
will convene in a day or two and he
hasn't a hotel.
The membership- committee of the
Brotherhood class of the First Presby
terian church met this afternoon at
the Central Y. M. C. A.
The fourth issue of the Christian
Enthusiast, the official organ of the
Christian Endeavor societies of the
city, will be published next week.
Lee S. Estelle, the famous juvenile
court judge, will give an address this
evening at the First Methodist Epis
copal church-under the auspices of the
Social Service club of the churchy
Malon Burgetl, the prognosticate,
says that President Taf t will be re
nominated for president in 1912. Malon
is so sure o" it (hat he says or writes
that he will bet his last penny on it.
The Kansas Association of Local
Fire Insurance Agents will hold a ban
quet Monday evening at the Elks club.
C. G. Blakely Is president of the asso
ciation. .
The basketball team ' of : the High
school will play the five at Florence
this" evening. Tomorrow evening the
team clashes with the contingent of
Washburn academy.
The campaign ftr city offices has
died down until only a few sparks are
left. C. E. Jordan and E. B. Stotts for
commissioner and San) Lux and Col
onel Hughes for mayor- are working
hard every day.
The weather' has moderated to such
an extent that the cement work on the
Santa Fe general office building has
been resumed. . The workmen are now
on the eighth story. ' Counting the sub
basement, this building will be eleven
stories in height. - ' -'-
The High school debating organiza
tion met this afternoon. "Resolved,
That the Immigration Into the United
States Be Limited to - the People of
Northern Europe or Their Descend
ants" was the subject of a contest .of
words which was held."
A meeting of a number of the ime
chanical, motive power an 1 operating
officials of the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe is being held In the general
manager's office today. The winter
motive power will be arranged and
distributed at this meeting.
There is no more ioe in the river,
says the North side reporter. Each day
as he returns from his' "run" in that
part of the city he makes a thorough
report as to the condition of the Kaw
and also whether or not' there are any
rain clouds in the northwest.
Loyalty to one's city f times does not
extend outside of the city limits. At
a recent vote as to where the new
state university medical college should
be located, a Topka man made the mo
tion to send it to Kansas City when
there was a proposition before the
body -to bring it to Topeka.
The Shawnee county teachers will
hold their meeting in Superintendent
John F. Eby's office at the court house
tomorrow morning. Miss Margaret
Wall will read a paper on "Compost
tion Work in Teaching Language.'
Prof. R. A. Schwegler of the Univer
sity of Kansas will deliver an address.
Beeinnine day after tomorrow "fel
lowship" 5 o'clock lunches will be
served each Sunday afternoon at the
Central Y. M. C. A. for the benefit of
voung men who are away from home.
These will be "after theater" affairs
that is, they will be held at the close
of the religious meetings at the j
Novelty. j
"Commissioner Holman tried to pass
an ordinance prohibiting the crowing
of roosters inside the city limits and
then the first thing he does Is to have
a chicken show in the Auditorium with
at least a thousand roosters crowing t
the same time. That is what I call in
consistency." James Clark, assistant
city attorney, quoted the above.
There are a few lucky people In the
city who live on the main lines of the
gas company's pipes through the city
and they report that at no time this
year have they found it necessary to
use coal or cook breakfast on the re
frigerator. If the streets along which
these mains are laid were named, tha
price of lots would rise 50 per cent at
once.
One of the fire steamers from engine
house No. 2 has been detailed to
North Topeka today by Chief Wil
marth of ther fire department. The
transfer of the water mains across the
Melan bridge extension makes it neces
sary to give the North side steamer
protection and the fire chief realizes
the value of the mill and other prop
erty on that side of the river.
Word has been received from "Buf
falo" Bone at last. eH has corralled
all of the buffalo at last and is waiting
for the railroad to deliver the right
kind of a car to him for shipment of
the herd of seven buffalo to the To
peka zoo. Mr. Bone says he expects to
get out of Pontiac, Mich., for Topeka
about the first of next week. Hooray,
the buffalo have been captured!
Another member of the Topeka fira
department is married. This time it
was Charles Lynn. Lynn is one of thi
popular men of the department whj
has been among the foremost in main
taining his bachelorhood until just
lately when he sprung a surprise on
the "boys." There are now but a half
score members of the department who
are not married. The rest of them
might as well be.
"Lee," the big lead horse on Chemi
cal Wagon No. 2 of the fire depart
ment, is the finest looking, the best
built and still the meanest iiorse in
the fire service. There is only one
way to make up with him when you
enter the engine house and that is to
hold out a piece of candy or sugar.
This will win him every time and he
will be as tame as a house cat climb
ing through the china closet.
The story which has been published
three times in the State Journal in the
last eight months that the city com
missioners are violating the law by
transferring money from different
funds to carry out the. general revenue
fund, is going the rounds again. All
of the commissioners and the people of
the city know that this is the case but
the city officials have to do this or
else close down the city government.
The petitions for garbage cans are
coming by the scores and many people
In the city are prearing for the city
garbage collection system. The cans
are expected here tomorow and a de
livery will be made at once. Mean
while the city crematory collection
wagons are o- the streets and alleys
gathering up enough trash and. gar
bage to keep the plant in running: or
der. People who want garbage gans
should telephone to Commissioner Hol
man's office at the city hall.
A If
AKD IMSCELLAHE01IIS ADS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
F: Durein and wife to M. W. Holden,
lot 88 and n. 300 Morris ave.,
West Park add i $ 550
W. E. Dickinson and wife to S. S.
Smith, lot 25 and pt. 27 6th ave.
west 1
Shawnee Agency Realty Co. to W.
R. Jones, lot 831-3-5 and 7 Sherman
ave,, Irving Place add SO
C. O. Knowles and wife to D. A.
Wolf, pt. lots 31 and 32 16th St.,
Lincoln's sub 625
C. Anderson and wife to N. M. Fergu
son, pt. lot 715 Branner St., Stevenson's-
sub 40
M. F. Eastman and husband to O. I.
Charts, lot 509 and pt. 11 Garfield .
ave., Elmhurst. . . ? 1
T. J. Myers and wife to G. Hampe,
pt. lots 392-4 and 6 Kansas ave.,
Ritchie's add 3,500
E. O' Donovan and wife to E. A. War
ner, lot 935 Mulvane St., add B to
College Hill 4,000
A. Tomlinson and wife to P. M. Neis
wender, pt. s. e." 13-11-15 600
W. S. Bergundthal and wife to T. M.
R Wood and others, lots 266-68 and
70 Topeka ave., Curtis add 1,775
M. M. Rake to C. F. Miller, n. e. hi
8-12-17 1
Tax deeds to W. R. Jones, lot 639
Sherman ave., Irving Place add
To R. C. Rowse, lots 26-7 and 8, blk.
18, AuburndalcJf
A. Kelly to H. C. and R. C. Lambert,
lot 351 Madison Bt., Ritchie's add 1,500
LOST Large brown horse, blind in one
eye. Return to 120 E. 4th. Ind. S108.
WANTED Honest .upright young man
with 10 years' experience wants place to
farm or to rent small place. Sam T.
Applget. 618 Monroe st.
EMPLOYEES and employers supplied.
Call phone or write Central Y. M. C. A.
A LADY of refinement wishes position as
housekeeper or home with Christian re
fined people. Can give the best of refer
ence. 303 Wlnfield ave.. Oakland.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Woman or girl to do light
house work. Ind. phone 3058.
WAWNTED 25 experienced girls for
house, work, good wages; 100 dining room
girls, wages $20 to $40 month; kitchen help.
Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kan, ave
WANTED An experienced market and
sorter. Mutual Laundry, 3rd and Quincy
WANTED Good woman to wash and
iron. 711 Polk st,
A COMPETENTcook;'no washing; $5
a week. 231 Topeka ave.
WANTED Dining room girl. Fifth Ave
nue hotel.
MEN WANTED Age 18 to 35, for firemen,
$100 monthly, and brakemen $80 on near
by railroads. Experience unnecessary; no
strute; positions guaranteed competent
men. Prompt promotion. Railroad em
ploying headquarters-ver 400 men sent
to positions monthly. State age; send
stamp. Railway Association, care State
journal. . - i;
WANTED Barber at -it National Hotel
barber shop. . - T
TAILOR WANTED A fine opening for a
good tailor, can ina.' pnone
WANTED-Boy with wheel, 16 years old;
good wages. Vogel. 820 Kansas ave.
GOOD DRESSERS to have their clothes
pressed at the Enterprise cleaning co.
834 Kansas ave. Fhonea 173.
WANTED BOO men and boys dally to get
free shaves and hair cuts at Schwarze
Barber College, 111 East 6th. In the
shop, shave 5c. hair cut loc:
W ANTED SALESMEN.
SALESMEN WANTED This territory.
Nuwav Vacuum Cleaner. Permanent
and profitable business. - Nohe Renovator
Co., 160 Washington St., Chicago.
TORJ?ENT FIxATM
ENTIRE second floor, 5 rooms, modern,
220 West 6th. Tel. 2997 Black, Ind.
Items for the Oakland column may be
telephoned to Ind. phone 1751,
Misses Electa and Hattie Ensign of
Bryan, Ohio, are here visiting their
brother. Dr. Ensign, of Forest avenue,
for a few days while on their way to
California' where they-will spend the
winter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Eastman have
returned from Manhattan where they
spent New Year's the guests of Mr.
Eastman's sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Rhodes.
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held next Tuesday afternoon
with Mrs. Mary E. Wilson at her home
on North Oakland avenue. Mrs. A
Heller will be leader. The subject will
be, "The Mother of the Past, the Moth
er of the Present and the Mother's Re
sponsibility." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuler moved
jesterday from East Seward avenue in
to the old Cole home of Oakland and
Center avenues.
A reception for new members, which
were taken in to the Christian church
during the recent series of revival meet
ings, was held in the church last night.
The Oakland band was present and had
a part on the program.
Miss Edna Rowan, assistant nation
al secretary, and also state secretary
of L. T. L. work of the W. C. T. U.,
will give a lecture in ; the . Christian
church Monday evening. Miss Rowan
is a young woman, a good lecturer and
has a very pleasing personality. All
young people are urged to be present.
The Oakland club of old soldiers will
meet at the home of Mr. C. C. Vande
venter Monday evening and celebrate
his birthday anniversary.
Miss Mabel Miller is .improving after
being sick -two weeks with an attack
of the grip, v v
Miss Lottie Tyler, of Osawatomie, is
here spending several days with friends
and relatives.
Mis3 Ethel Watson has gone lo Cof
feyville to spend several days with
friends while on her way to San An
tonio, Tex., where she will spend the
winter.
Miss Callie Jackson, of Lawrence, is
here spending a few days on a business
trip.
Joe Carr has returned to his home
in DeSoto after spending a week here
with friends. - - ..
Tom Mills is improving after being
sick two weeks, with an attack of
rheumatism.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
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; PAT EEMT TO YOTOSELF AND SECIUEE THIS HOME
EACH MONTH'S PAYMENT CREDITED ON PRINCIPAL.
New 6 room cottage, never been occupied, modern except furnace; ready to
move into. Double fixtures, hot and cold water; cement cellar, good location, near
college; 1 block to car line. Price right. See owner.
' 407 NEW ENGLAND BLDG..
Or -1697 Topeka. Ave.
7 room house, 3 ' lots, West side, near
car, good location, not very far out. Only
$2,100.. 100 cash. Better see this. -
SMAWHEE MjEMCT
PHONES 505. 534 KANSAS AVE.
FOR . SALE Quick. 6 room house, bath
room, sleeping porch, cellar, cistern and
city water in house, gas, barn, 1223 Tyler
St.. by N. E. Keller.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WE PAY the highest casn price for cast
off clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats.
Drop us a card or call Gordon Bros.' loan
office, 400 Kansas ave. Ind. 10TO.
WANTED To rent furnished cottage or
house near state house during session
of legislature. Address House, care State
Journal
WANTED You to know that Geo. D.
Butts' piano repair shop, 921, East 6th,
has competent piano tuners at all times.
Ind. 1230.
WANTED TO BUY .
second hand household goods aid stoves
of all kinds. Top cash price.
ECONOMY FURNITURE CO.
Ind. Phone 1257. " 320 Kansas Ave.
WANTED Board and room by young lady,
private family, close in. Topeka Auto
Tire Vulcanizing Co.. 916 Kansas ave.
WANTED To buy old carpets. Mc-Cormick-Osborn.
rug factory. 522 V.buren.
WANTED To buy good sound gentle
blocky mare, 1100 lbs. 330 Poplar, Oakland.
WANTED To sell 40 acres, new 8 room
house, Emporia. $2.500. Owner. Ind. 1748.
WANTED Dressmaking: satisfaction
guaranteed. Ind. phone 2795 Red. '
WANTED Veal -alvcs. fat cattle.: ooul
try. H. M..Bush. Ind. I33 BeU 436.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WANTED A partner with about $300 to
$500 in one of the most profitable busi
ness in the city. Address care of V- P.,
Journal, Topeka, Kan.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 3 living rooms at 219 W. 6th.
See J. Thomas Lumber Co.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with or
without board, modern, 2 blocks of cap
itol. 1104 Kansas ave.
BEAUTIFUL furnished front room; every
modern comfort, 1222 Kansas ave.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room,
modern. 1016 Harrison.
FOR RENT Suite for housekeeping; also
single room for gentleman. 220 W. 6thl
20 QUINCY ST., close in, modern furnish
ed rooms of legislature, Zhi blocks to
state house; close to business center.
LARGE, thoroughly modern front room
withi alcove, furnished. 606 Harrison st.
217 EAST 5TH; also light housekeeping
rooms after 15th. Call after 6:30 p. m.
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping
room s. $8 month ; gas. 733 Garfield.
729 Jefferson, 3 newly furnished modern
housekeeping rooms. 1st floor; no children
1613 Topeka ave., fine modern furnished
rooms very cheap. 2476 Blue.
TWO east, front rooms, partly furnished
for light housekeeping. West side. Ind.
2741 Red.
FOR RENT B unfurnished rooms on
first floor, suitable for light housekeep
ing. Ind. phone 1490.
FOR RENT MOUSES.
FOR RENT 6 room house and 4 room
flat. Inquire 827 Topeka ave.
FOR RENT New S room strictly modern
house on Mulvane street. Shawnee
'Agency. Phones 605.
TOUJSE FOR WEM1 :
One of the best modern brick dwellings
in town. West side, close In, reasonable
QJULETHT--& ELLE'
IND. 976,
FOR RENT-5 room cottage, barn, gas.
1176 Washburn, $12. Call 1130 Brooks.
FOR RENT of house, 6 rooms, ' 329
Jackson St.. $io.so. inquire at vji w. stn.
FOR RENT 310 Western ave., 7 room
modern and barn. Inquire Shawnee
Grocery. C. K. inorson.
9 ROOM modern house, close In, $22.60.
Call Ind. phone 2342 Black or IT.
FOR RENT Modern 5 room house, good
neighborhood, at popular price of $18.
Call ind. phone u97 White.
FOR RENT Five room cottage, 710 W.
4th st., gas light and heat, city water.
Inquire at 1317 W. 15th.
FOR RENT A good six room - house.
Apply at Vogel' s. 820 Kansas ave.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage, "barn, 307
Lawrence. Ind. "150 Ring L.
FOR -.ENT 7 room house close In, gas
lor heat and light. 1305 E. 4th. Bell 1804.
FOR RiiNT 1128 Polk St., 7 room 'house,
gas, bath, barn.
FOR RENT 8 room modern house. Call
Ind. 2W4 Blnck. ;
6 ROOM house. 420 Ijine. 5S37 White, Ind.
Will sell 6 room modern house, S. W.,
for $2,800, complete bath, hot and cold
water, cistern pump at sink, cemented
cellar, gas light and heat, nicely decorat
ed,, large front porch, 1 E. front lots,
near street car. will put in gas stoves
and -window shades, sell at cost, $2,800,
nearly new.
W. M. FORBES & CO., 107 W. 7th. ,
TO EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE An Ideal 80 acre fruit and
poultry farm 3 miles from Kansas ave
nue, mile from street car line. W. R.
Hazen, owner, 116 W. 6th ave., Topeka.
A SFLIEMDUB FK0FEET
. FOR SALE, KEAE COT
A very nice five room house, splendid
barn and other Improvements, and ten
acres of choice bottom land, opposite
Burnett's Mound, near city. Terras and
payments reasonable. Can give possession
Immediately. Buildings all nicely painted
and in perfect repair. Apply to
E. B. MERRIAM, Columbian Bldg.,
Topeka, Kansas.
- Want East side property for dandy West
side cottage, old shade, barn, well, cistern,
sewer, 5 rooms, gas, fruit. Only $2,500.
Want small property.
SMAWHEE :AENC7 .
PHONES 505.
534 KANSAS AVE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for western land,
store building and hall. 3 lots, at Waka
rusa. Kan. Nell and Robinson.
lME W COTTAGE -$iffiS '
Never oecuDied. 'new 5 room cottage.
bath room,' attic walls neatly papered,
good location, West side. $250 down. Gar
llnghouse Realty Co.. 608 Kansas ave.
.4 E00MS 3 AC1ES
Near cltv. near car. near Davement best
of soil, in aitalia, tine water, near scnooi.
Only $1,850.
SHAWMEE AGEHCY
PHONES 505.
634 KANSAS AVE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 21 acres "fruit
farm. 12 miles southwest Houston, Tex.
Adjoining town with good railroad. To
peka investment Loan co., lii iast btn
st. ina. pnone ia.
FOR SAtVE One of the best chicken
ranches in Kansas, consisting of 5 acre
tract, an renceo witn woven wire, wen
built, 5 room house, porches, cellar, wen,
buszv shed, hoe pens. tarn. coal nouse.
chicken house, fruit and shade trees.
Price $3,000. R. J. Kearney, 600 Kansas
ave., Topeka, Kan. -
FOR SALE By owner, three ix-room
cottages, one a room house; terms, ind.
25S3 black.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 160 acres Wallace
Co. ranch, pnone 2)45 vvnite. as Tyler.
FOR SALE 8 room modern house and
W lots on Monroe st.. between 5th and
6tn. trice s,yuu. zi4 w nite.
JPORJREJfT MISCELJtxANEOUSj
FOR RENT Well Improved farm, 160
acres, 12 miles S. W. of Topeka, occupied
by J. W. Rtbelin. Add. J.M.Meade, Topeka.
FOR EXCHANGE.
v $4,000. Only steam laundry In county
seat, eastern Kansas, want land.
- $11,000. General stock and buildings,
good town, main line U. P. railway, cen
tral Kansas. Want clear Kansas farm In
central, eastern or northern Kansas or
good modem residence property in To
peka. $15,000. General stock in good town In
McPherson county. Want clear land.
$2,500 equity In $3,500 ten room residence
and 4 lots in suburb of Topeka. Want
clear dwelling in smaller town.
$1,000 cash and 1,000 acres of fine timber
land in Hcott county, Araansas. want
$8,000 stock good merchandise or - clear
western Kansas land. Jtaoress
McNAMEE REAL ESTATE & INV. CO.
225 New England Bldg.. Topeka. Kan.
LOCKSMITH.
Have your keys made and lock repaired
py k. a. Banman, zip Kan, btbl pen ziys.
CIDER.
WANTED you to order your cider from
m r .... t. v, .... .. Tn -? : r. nl-.v
TJNDERTAKnVQ.
L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and
embalmer. First class service, reason
able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 192.
Both Phones 287. Day and Night.
HAWLEY & STEELE.
Funeral directors and embalmers, 118 East
8th ave. Mrs. Robt. Steele, assistant.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
WEHE'S pictures please. You get your
money s wori.ii, uieu aunic. x i y mm.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE Restaurant, doing good bus!
' ness and making money; good reason
for selUBir. Address J. a, J., care journal.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
' FUSE FEOOF SAFE
Herrins Hall Marvin safe, enod as nntxri
inside dimensions: 20 inches high, 15 inches
: wiae, uvt mcnes aeep, weignt 1,000 lbs..
i beautifully finished and enameled, equip
ped with Inside steel door, Yale lock. Price
$55.00. A snap.. Better hurry. Wilson
Office Supply Co.. 110 West 6t6h.
FOR SALE Cheap, a complete outfit for
malting canvass gloves. 1510 Van Buren.
WAOTIE 30 WOMEN
Who wear Nos. 3, 3 and 4
shoes, B, C and D widths) to buy
3O0 pairs up-to-date samples, made
by one of the best shops in the
east, that I will ' sell at 25 leas
than cost. "
C. NATTSEN, 219 Kansas Ave.
FOR SALE Buffet china closet with
china, three Diece narlor set. couch rue-.
sectional book case. 1011 West 8th st.
FOR SALE Motorcycle In food eonrtltlnTv
priced at $45 for quick sale. See this at
Gresser Furniture Co.. 423 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE Good trunk, medium ai.
never used, sell at cost; also leather suit
case; nearest cash offer. 816& N. Kan, av.
GRIMES GOLDEN $1.40. Jonathans $1.25,
. York Imperials $1.15, Ben Davis $1.05 per
box delivered. W. K. Stock. Bell Dhona-
270.
Grantville; Ind. 2495 White.
FOR SALE 75 tons of good cattle, hay
and baled and loose ii.lfn.lfn. vztn nHnna
20S7. F. T. Peyton, Oakland.
FOR SALE Toy French poodle male pnp-
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay. Fred Miller.
FOR SALE Cheap, good new Home sew-
ing macnine. tug w. 16th.
FIVE young horses, 1100 to 1400 lbs.; young
Biruau uuvjub ntnTse. Lea xupetca. ave.
FOR SALE 3 mules. J. B. Whelan Loin-
l. . 1. i .1 . n- .
FOR SALE Beautiful dwarf white Spita
No. 2, Topeka. Ind. 302.
PRINTING BOO letter heads $1.50. 500 en
velopes $1.25: 600 statements $1.55 un
cards $1.25, briefs 50c a page. The Queen
Printing Co.. 113 E. 8th. Topeka. Kan.
A FINE STOCK of groceries, doing fine
business. Don't have to sell, but have
other business. Come around and see me.
401 West Locust.
fFiret published in The Topeka State
State of Kansas,
Executive Department,
PROCLAMATION.
I. 'W. R. Stubbs. Governor of the State
of Kansas, do hereby offer a reward of
X W U nuiVUHED DOLLARS
for the arrest within ninety days from
this date and final conviction thereafter
of the unknown party or parties who shot
and killed Thomas S. Fowler, a deputy
sheriff of Reno countyrKansas. in Hutch
inson. Kansas, about seven-thirty on the
evening of December 11th, 1910. Said re
ward to De paid upon tmal conviction of
said unknown party or parties.
xss xnjiiMOXM t WHEREOF, I have
hereunto subscribed my name
and caused to be affixed the
Seal. Great Seal of the State of
Kansas. Done at Topeka. this
SOth day of December, 1910.
W. R. STUBBS, Governor.
By the Governor:
C. E. DENTON Seeretarv of Rtjit-n.
By J. T. BOTKIN,
Assistant secretary or state.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice is given that the stockholders of
the Aetna Building & Loan Association
of Topeka, Kansas, will hold their annual
meetinK in the office of the said Associa
tion in the City of Topeka, Kansas, on
Tuesday, "the 24th day of January, A. D.
1911 at 10 o'clock A. M. ot said day, for
the purpose of electing a Board of Direc
tors for the ensuing year, and to trans
act any other business that may properly
come before said meeting. All proxies to
De voted at said meeting must De on ine
with the secretary of said Association on
or before noon of January 11, 1911.
By order or Doard ot directors.
JNO. Q. ROYCE, Secretary.
MACHINE SHOPS.
GUNS cleaned and repaired by experts.
The H. B. Howard Supply Co. 710 K. A.
JkfONET
BISTER KEALTX AND LOAN CO.
make loans on real estate in any
amount from $500 to $50,000, at lowest rata.
Ground floor. New England Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN on farms and inside
city property at reasonable rates. J. H.
Hunt, Room 6, Central National Bank.
MONEY to loan in live stock, pianos, or
gans, typewriters, household goods and
personal aecurity. L. Biscoe. 623 Kan, ava.
MONEY TO LOAN on personal property
and collateral security, on easy tenon.
Q H. Fllnthnm. 90S E 4th St.
PROMPT Realty Loans. Ella N. Peacock.
Central Nat l UK. King. ina. ooa ano ix.u.
DRESSMAKING
FiRST CLASS dressmaking, also altera
tions on ladles' suits and dresses at mora
reasonable prices than found elsewhere.
Topeka Garment Co., 909 Kansas ave.
DOCTOR ANTON RUPIN. Specialty-
Diseases of toe nose, tnroat, atomana
an. intostlnoR Offipe 819 TCnnsaa ava..
Topeka Kansas. Ind. Tel. 1108.
IDA C. BARNES, M. D.
nmct 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir
teenth and Clay. Office hours 9 a. m. to
11 a. tn. ana 8 p. m. to d p. m. tsoxn
phone 16. residence ana ina.. isie onief.
JFLORISTS
HAYES' GROWS THEIR OWN flower
Funeral designs a specialty. 107 W 8th.
PATENTS.
J. A. ROSEN, patent .attorney. 418 Kan
sas ave.. rcpeka. Kan.
KTTUREERMTNO.
FRAMING, regilding. mat making, mount
ing done by 3. D. Sullivan, 122 W. EightH
street. Packing, shipping, etc.
OOIANTJBrLLIARDABLESj
FOR" SALE New and second-hand bil
liard and poe tables and bowling alleys.
We lead the world In cheap bar fix
tures; easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.. 1329-31
Main street. Kansas City. Mo.
TTTNO.
CAPITAL,- CITY VITRIFIED BRICK ft
PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th St. MfgS of
building, paving and sidewalk brick
STORAGE and transfer. Merchants'
Transfer Co., Skinner & Gayhart. Phone
us about storage packing or freight, l&t
- HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Rugs made from old carpets; beautiful
effects. Prices $1.00 and up. Carpets
cleaned, sewed. Ia4d. MeConnick-Osbor
Rug Factory, 522 Van Buren.

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