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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 3,1911.
u NORTH SIDE Complete Installation of $4,000 Fire Protection fjysttm. Western Woolen Mill Apparatus Works Automatically. HEAT MELTS JSOLDERJ Release W ater Jets From Pipes on Ceilings. Wni. Cawker Makes Fine Pliona graph Cabinet. Thp installation of the new $4,000 au tomatic fire protection system in the v Fti-rn Woolen mills has been com plftul. In case of fire heat from the flames will melt solder from nozzle holis and release Jets of water. The prays have a radius of ten feet. The n.izzies are ten feet apart In pipes which are arranged on the ceilings of every floor of the plant so that the en tire building ia protected. The water supply comes from a 15.000 pa!;ou tank, built on a tower on the northeast corner of the building. This amount of water Is caculated to la.st !r:,i? enough to put out any ordinary fir?. The height of the water supply, on a foundation built above the third st"vy. Is thought to furnish sufficient pr-ssure. While on first thouglit the system ."( ms rather simple to cost $4,000. the expense of erecting the tower and in stallation of the pipes is considerable. Another expensive arrangement in connection with the fire protection is what is known as the dry-air system. It is to prevent the pipes from freez ins;. The pipes in the warerooms, fin ishing rooms and other unheated parts of the plant do not contain water but air. However, these pipes are fitted with soldered nozzles. Just like the wa ter pipes in other parts of the building where heat is kept up. Again in case of fire this solder will be melted. Th? air will rush from the apertures and tiio apparatus is so made that it wi!l draw water through the formerly air tilled pipes. Those concerned think that the sys tem will be a profitable investment and say that it lowers the insurance rates on the building. It has been tried with much success in factories in tha (.1Kt About three months have been re- quired for its installation. ' . Wm. Cawker, the scroll saw artist of fire station No. 1, has made a cabinet for his phonograph similar to the $200 Kdison Amerola cabinets. However, this homemade one has not cost him i.ver $6 besides his time and effort. It is a thing of beauty and will be a joy forever. The body is mainly of sweet gum wood. The horn is made from three eighths inch quarter oak. The part over the mouth of the horn in artisti cally carved into the shape of an Irish harp. Below Is arranged places for rornnt.4. The too is -to contain the , J t .. nn-qnir Vl J t I prapnapnonc ,.u r..e sound may be thrown from tne t w ooden horn. The music machine itself cost about $80. At the annual banquet given by the Fraternal Aid association at its hall, J 000 North Kansas avenue, last night, .. -inn cniocto ore rtresent. Don Carlos of Lawrence, grand president of the lodge, made the principal ad dress of the evening. Mrs. Carlos was also present and sang several solos. Pink carnations and yellow jonquils were the decorations. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlos, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Mon roe. Mr. and Mrs. F. Siebert. Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. E. Newman, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Barick man, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clouse, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hoglin. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bol lotte. Miss Robinson, Miss Lettie Fisher, Miss Edna Anderson Miss Edith Clouse. Miss Tottie Gustafson, Miss Mary Summers, Miss Kate Covert, Miss Clerie Stevlck. Miss Agnes Mc Corkill, Miss Cecil West, Miss Minnie Typton, Mrs. F. Scudder, Mrs. H. A. Wolf, Mrs. W. Robinson. Mrs. Lettie Fisher, Mrs. Edna Anderson. Mrs. J. Stevick. Mrs. Mary McCorkill, Mr. Ed ward Hammond, Mr. Charles Bollotte, Mr. Ed Fisher, Mr. Glenn Kestler, Mr. H. Anderson, Mr. James Gurtler, Mr. Walter Sipes and Mr. H. Brill. The Coca Cola people, who have se cured the control of Garfield park for three years, are planning on installing 5IUI1 DISEASES HUMORS IN THE BLOOD Nature has made ample provision in the moisture and sunshine of the air for the outward protection and healthy condition of the skin. But the more important work of nourish ing the cuticle has been left to an in ward source the blood. It is from the circulation that the pores and glands receive their stimulus, and the fibrous tissues are all preserved in a healthful state because of con stant nutriment supplied by the blood. Itis only when the circulation be comes infected with humors or acids that we are troubled with skin affec tions. The humors producing these troubles are carried through the cir culation direct to the skin, and their irritating or inflammatory effect re mains until the blood is cleansed. S. S. S. cures Skin Diseases, because it is the greatest of all blood purifiers. It goes into the circulation and REMOVES the acids and humors which are caus ing the trouble, builds up the weak, acrid blood, and com pletely cures Ec zema, Acne, Tet ter, Salt Rheum. pimples, rashes, aud all eruptions of the skin. When S. S. S. has driven out the humors every symptom passes away, the skin is again nourished with cooling, healthful blood, natural evaporation is renewed, and the skin becomes soft and smooth. Book on Skin Diseases and medical advice free ZSS STOI BPECIHO CO,, Atlanta, Gs." All W I2SCELLANEQUS ADS R. J. Sails to R. R. Nelson, tr. lot 6 Jackson St., north ... TOO I. H. Milliken and wife to C. L. MiUi- ken, w. s. e. V 3-12-17 R. A. Croco and wife to J. A. Mahr- wein. w. s. w. 4 35-11-16 .....10,000 C. R James and wife to HE Blge- man, e. s. w. 24-10-13 4,200 P Myer and wife to J. F. True, lot 632 and pt. 34 Mulvane St., Williams add. 1-900 W. Allen and wife to C. H. Searle, s. w. 14 33-12-15 11.000 R. H. Gedney and wife to same, n. w. hi 25-12-16 13.000 G. C. Edmonds and wife to C. L. Milliken. e. s. e. 3-12-17 3,200 G. E. Lawson'arid wife to N. T. Dun lap, lot 59 to 69 inc., Virglna .ave., Highland Park add 1 A. Sander and wife to M. F. McFad den, lots 6S4-S6 and 88 Morris ave.. Dr. Martin Place add l.STo.25 C. S. Elliott and wife to M. G. Myers, pt. lot 43 Crane St., pleasant Valley add .....v 172 Shawnee Agency Realty Co. to same, lot 44 and pt. 45 and 43 Crane St., Pleasant Valley add 1,400 T. H. Simmons to E. W. Hanson, lots 31 to 369. inc., WInfield ave., J. W. Morris add 1.000 J. F. Herriott and wife to R. Mc Clelland, lot 233 and pt. 35 West 8tht ave., Westlawn add 5,250 W L Hamilton and wife to E. G. Sanders and others, lots 402 and 4 Van Buren st., W. Curtis add 1,750 L L. Chandler and wife to E. D. Berridge, lots 618 to 226 inc., Lincoln St., M. & D. sub 3,250 O. D. Helms to J. W. Kellner, lot 6 Railroad St., Silver Lake 1,700 L. Morrison and husband to A. M. Greenwood, lots 450-52 and 4, and lots 504 and 6 Garfield ave.. Elm hurst add 1,300 N. Holman to J. Haney, n. e. J,4 n. e. i 21-11-15 , 700 E. H. Rabe and wife to R. B. Mc- , Kee, lots 105 and 7 West 8th St..... 6,000 J. E. Sater to R. J. Sells, lot 5 Jack son st. north 1 H. C. Root and wife to R. I. Jones. See record ., , 1 E. E. Burns and wife to R. A. Croco, w. Vz s. w. i 25-11-16 1 J. Burns to same, w. s. w. . 35- 11-16 1 Tax deeds to R. D. Blaine, lot 59 11th St., Bean's add a moving picture show in the Casino at the park this summer. The com missioners have agreed tc let the com pany use the building for the purpose if they will pay an insurance which would be made necessary for such in stallatlon. At present no insurance f policy is carried on the building. The .company also asks the city to place the four arc and three tungsten lights Mn the PT whlch Teelhu.rea3t f?mtZ ,mer. Holman insists that the city is .bound to do this. Commissioner Miller, llii uiiarge ui me cictu n; iigiii. says that the plant Is not able to sup ply them, but if the Norm aide citi zens are willing that the lights be transferred from the residence dis tricts to the park it is all right .with him. He explains that the city light plant is now over loaded and wili be so until June at least. Notes and Personals. . A program under the leadership of Mrs. M. Austin, will be given this even, ing at the Shorey school house. It will consist of-tra others: from Mrs. Austin's prirairjr pupils, special music and 1Y-,rr ' ,, K , readings. Every one will be welcome The crossing at the northeast corner of iNorris street and North Kansas avenue is being repaired. The wainscoting of the first floor of fire station No. 1 will be repapered. Levi Stanley is in Kansas City on business. Ralph Cecil of Rochester has return ed from Manhattan, where he visited friends at K. S. A. C. Phillip Billard is attending the motor show in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dickson and daughters, Miss Mable Dickson and Miss Hazel Dickson, of Seattle, Wash., are visiting at the home of W. A. Crooks, in Rochester. S. A. Adams of Wichita was a North, side visitor Thursday afternoon.. Mrs. Jetta Paramore of Mission Cen ter Is- visiting her sisters, Mrs. W. O. Rwarts of 1228 North Quincy street and Mrs. Roy Diffenderfer of 1515 North Monroe street. Nelson Cowell, who has been farmin north of Topeka for several years, is moving to a farm which he recently hnmrht near Burlingame. Ed Kassebaum, who has been living near Silver Lake for several years, ten today for Oklahoma, where he will en gage in farming. ivnca Mnv Frankfort of Fort Mor gan, Colo., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Micks, 719 Norm Monroe street. Mrs A. Adams of 1032 North Jack son street entertained for her Sunday school class of the Second Presbyterian church last night at her home. Those present were Miss Frances Ward, Miss Stella Heckard. Miss Marie ssnnmer, Miss Maud Wycoff, Miss Irene Orr, Miss Frances Wycoff snd Miss Ruth Adnms. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neiswanger of Oklahoma City are visiting Mrs. C. 1. Hart of 934 North Harrison street. Allen A. Sharp, of Carbondale, has come here and accepted a position in the store department. S. E. Freeze, of the mechanical de partment, is improving after being ill six weeks. E. S. Emporor. of Chicago, has come to Topeka and has accepted a position in the boiler shop. Prof. C. P. Rockwell, one of the three greatest musical leaders of the country, will be present at the R. R. Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at the menja meet ing. Mrs. Rockwell will accompany him and sing. Mr. Rockwell will also address the men. The Modern Wood man band will be present and assist with the music. This promises to be one of the greatest meetings that have been conducted by the Scoville com pany. All men are invited to be pres ent. On Monday evening at 8 p. m. the regular meeting of the religious work committee will be held. The entertainment at the R. R. T, M. C. A. this evening will be given by Prof. Kutz. the impersonator. He will be assisted by a company composed of 26 members. The evening will be one of fun and laughter. Admission by enter tainment course tickets. W. J. Clark has returned to work after being off several days on account of illness. He was suffering with an at tack or the grip. Dr. Charles Reign Scoville will con duct a service for railroad men and their families ait the Auditorium this evening. Men and women of all voca- LOST Brown neck fur at Cozy theater or city library. Please return to Spell & Gibson store, 635 Topeka ave., and re ceive reward. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Good organizers to promote the leading social, fraternal and bene ficiary order of the day. Small capital required. Men that do things and get results can make good money and find permanent employment in the most pleas ant work, organizing for the Loyal Order of Moose the lodge that does tilings and does them right, and which is making rapid progress across the continent, thus showing its adaptability to the ever increasing-demands of men who are look ing for the best in life. Benefits: S7.00 per week in sickness or accident, free medical attention to members and family, $10o.w at death, and social feature unex celled. For further information write, Supreme Organizer James J. Davis, 406 Bakewell Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa., or H. W. Curtis, National Organizer, 632 Kansas Avenue, Topeka. Kansas. TOPEKA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE wants man and wife on farm near Topeka; everything furnished; man and wife on farm, So miles out, $35 month, house, garden, cow, fuel, furnished; farm hands, $25 month; barn man for dairy, colored sec ond cook, west; dining room girls, south and west; girls for private house work In city and on farms; chambermaid, lunch counter, girls. Kearney, 6U0 Kansas ave. Both phones. WANTED Boilermakers and helpers to ship; machinists and common laborers to ship; railroad shops, farm help; hotel help; cooks, kitchen help; agents; 100 din ing room girls for Kansas and many oth er states; wages $20 to $40 month; exper ienced house girls, maids, etc., etc. ' Capital Employment Agency. 811 Kan. Av. WANTED Man to milk morning and evening. Call Ind. 2363 R. 3. WANTED A good active white man not afraid of work; one experienced window cleaner. Call 200 N. Madison. Cowell Bros., Window, House and Carpet Clean lng Co. LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU- TURB. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. 5,000 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPEN. write for list. Franklin Institute, Dept. 1161). Rochester. N. Y. MEN WANTED Age 18-35, for firemen $100 monthly, and hrakemen $80. on near by railroads. Experience - unnecessary ; no strike. Positions guaranteed competent men. Promotion. Railroad employing headquarters. Over 400 meh sent to posi tions monthly. State age; send stamp. Railway Association, care State Journal. WANTED A few more live solicitors, bran new line: big demand: easy to sell. Can make good money if you work. We cnauenge any and all or our competitors regardless of price or quality. Call Ches- terneia notei. suite yti. WANTED The Chama Valley Land and irrigation company wants a lew good men to sell 10 acres irrigation tracts. Moore Bros., 701 Jackson. WANTED Saturday, barber at 123 E. 6th st. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WANTED Send postal for Topeka examination schedule. Franklin Institute, Dept. 116D, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Boy with wheel, 18 years. at vogers, bJt) Kansas ave. WANTED 500 men and boys dally to get free shaves and hair cuts at Schwarzs Barber College, 111 East 6th. In th shop, shave 6c. hair cut 10c. GOOD DRESSERS to have their clothea pressed at the Enterprise Cleaning Co., K34 Kansas ave. Phones 17. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Woman experienced In selling and titling corsets, rne miiis co. WANTED Bright young lady or gentle man to sen New tarra Directory; lusi out; good pay. Farm Directory Co., 601-2 New Kngiana Ming. WANTED An office girl at Holllday hotel. WANTED Neck band setter. . Mutual Laundry Co. WANTED A good collar and cuff starch- er. The Mutual Laundry Co., ara ana Quincy. WANTED Dining room girl. Fifth Ave nue hotel. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To buy bicycle with coaster brake; also lamp; must oe in good con dition and cheap for cash. Address Bl cycle, care State Journal. SEWING -of anv kind called for and de livered, guaranteed to fit, reasonable price. Mrs. Mauch. 710 Chestnut.Ind.l2S9Blk WE PAY the highest casn price for cast off clothing, snoes, hats ana overcoaio. Drop us a card or call Gordon Bros.' loan omce. 4W tianBas ave. ino. iviv. WANTED To buy eld carpets. Me- Cormlck-Osborn, rug factory, 522 V. buren. WANTED Incubator: state price, make and size. Address A. i., care journal WANTED 6 or 6 room cottage by March 15th, West or south stae. J. K. Mac- cormac. security atag. WANTED Veal' calves, fat cattle, pool try. H. M Bush. Tnd. 1506. Bel' 43B. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE for second-hand clothes, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop a card or call Ind. phone 15SS. Abe Jacopson. w Kansas aye. WANTED TO BUY second hand household goods and stoves of all kinds. Top casn price. ECONOMY FURNITURE CO. Ind. Phcne 1267. 420 KanBas Ave. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Strictly modern house 1423 Van Buren st. FOR RENT 917 Clay St., 6 rooms, all modern, $26 per month). Inquire H. Mac ferran. Phones 526. FOR RENT 8 room house, bath, gas, city water, cistern, on car line. Ind. phone 2292 Black. tions are invited. The subject of the special sermon will be. "The Straight and Narrow Way." Mrs. Scoville and the Rockwells will sing. The solo of the evening will be "Life's Railway to Heaven." The songs sung and illus tration used will all be of the railroad character. Dr. Scoville's only brother was a railroad man, and ' was killed on his own engine. Ernest McNoun returned to work in the pattern- shop Wednesday after be ing off several weeks, sick in the hos pital with an attack of pneumonia. Hedderman Will Remodel. ' The business building which Henry Hedderman recently purchased at 720 Kansas avenue will be remodeled by Mr. Hedderman for the occupancy of the Toggery. The work will begin within the next few weeks. J. C. Wol cott, the photographer, will occupy the building vacated by Fred T. Walker, the druggist at 825 Kansas avenue. Work of remodeling this building has already commenced.' The Walker drug store has moved ta 92L Kansas i avenue. FOR SALE REAL" ESTATE. WHY ID)! EE TEE 7 room and bath, strictly modern house, on the corner of 14th and Harrison; also 6 room and bath, modern, on the rear of the lot; these properties" are rent ing for $35.00 and $25.00 per month; are on a lot and a half and will pay 10 per cent on the investment. Price $6,000.00. ROOM 225 NEW owi ir om ebwe Nice six room cottage, all completely modern, fine old shade. West side, J3.200. New 6 room house, gas; city water, West side, $1,800, 200 cash, balance like rent. 6 room, complete modern house, West side,, on Clay street, fine old shade, $2,660. Several nice new homes on West side, oak finlshi, at ?2,300 to $2,600. W. C. SUMMERS, Salesman. ' TIE TONSEfT LAMB CO. Ind. 1644. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR KENT 7 room house and 6 lots, right on car line, 21st st. near Highland Park. Just the place to raise chickens and garden. Call 153 Ind. 718 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 5 room house, good barn, 464 Forest ave.. 10 per montn. inquire or McNamee Realty Co., 225 New England Buldg. : LA KEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY. PAYMENTS. FOR RENT House with extra lots, 1800 Central ave., N. T. phone ziTa Ring one. FOR RENT 6 room house, gas, $12.50 month. 1633 Buchanan. InquireInd.2094Red LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. FOR RENT Nice 6 room modern house. close in. Quincy street, $22.a0; 6 room house, near Washburn, nice location, $15. THE WIXGETT LAND CO. Ind. 1644 109 West 6th. FOR RENT 6 room house at 612 Jackson st. for $18 month. The W. M. Crosby uo. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT 4 furnished rooms and bath. downstairs, 225 Buchanan st. CHOICE BOARD in private family, with or without rooms, inquire 6U7 west lotn ave. Bell 609, ma. 276SBiue. FOR RENT 2 new modern furnished light housekeeping rooms. 921 Jefferson. FOR RENT Four completely furnished housekeeping rooms In modern cottage. Call or phone after 5 p. m. or any time Sunday. 1417 West 10th. Ind. 2598 Black. FOR RENT 4 rooms, light housekeeping, ground floor. 130 Monroe. FOR RENT Modern burnished room to gentlemen. 214 Tyler 3t. FOR RENT One large up-to-date fur- nlshea room, tea Harrison gi. FOR RENT 2 modern rooms furnished or unfurntshea. wmncy. FOR RENT Modern furnlshe- rooms for gentleman. 826 Madison, tna. ot King z. FORJlENTjFLATS FOR RENT A Kemper flat, about March 6. Ind. 2461 Black. FOR RENT 6 room modern flat, corner, $22. 829 Huntoon. lr. triaroing, iu Kan sas ave. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS- FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow, calf by side. 500 Tyler St. FOR SALE One runabout, single har ness and lady's cross saddle. W. S. O'Brien. 1104 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 5 young sound farm horses; also sly Us h driving horse. 128 Topeka ave. FOR SALE Moon Bros.' pheaton, fine shape; 1 good set of harness. Rehkops, West 6th. . LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. PRINTING 600 letter heads $1.50. 500 en velopes $1.25; ECO statements $1.26. 500 cards $1.25. briefs 50c a page. The Queen Printing Co.. 113 E. 8th. Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE AT A 2SCOHMTT Do you want to study a course with the International Correspondence School? I have a credit which entitles me to any course tis institution has which I ob tained in exchange for advertising. I have a course already that I am studying myself and therefore can recommend the L C. S. sincerely for I have been greatly helped by their training. W. T. care Journal. FOR SALE 1 sewing machine. Household, 6 drawers, good as new, $7.50. Bell 2671. FOR SALE At 414 Lindenwood, furniture, stoves, lawn mowers, etc. HOB ART M. CABLE $375 PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. Leaving for California Sunday. Piano must be sold Saturday. Bran new. Only 2 months from factorv; plain mahogany case and a perfect tone. Call at No. 4 Kemper flats. Ind. phone 2671 wmte. come see it. FOR RALE Cheap, a quantity of bulk Dupont smokeless powder. Fullerton Bros., 728 Kansas ave. ' FOR SALE Shoe shop and tools; sight failed. 401 East 4tn sr.. xopeita. lean. FOR SALE One new Peter Schuttler Si Inch farm wagon; also three fine Poland China sows; one set of farm harness. E W. Hanson, 284 Arter ave., Oakland, Kan. SIDEBOARD (new), coal heater with gas burner. 509 Scotland ave. FOR SALE Good brass trimmed work harness; will take light driving harness on part. 417 Madison st.,. between 11 and 12 o'clock or 6 and 6. FOR SALE Folding bed. child bed, kitchen safe, hot air incubator, 100 egg. Call 2027 Van Buren. FOR SALE Furniture of 4 room cottage, complete; must be sold at once. Inquire at 314 Fillmore. FOR SALE Cheap, new visible type writer. Writes ten different styles type and any color Ink. Ten typewriters In one. 400 East Locust St. FOR SALE Good heavy -work horse at Christ hospital. 1215 CLAY, all kinds of household goods, cheap: gas stoves, etc. FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, extra nice. Riverside Stock Farm or Ind. 2S88 White. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 0 a. 5TATE.&HNV. o ENGLAND BLDG. 109 West 6th. CHOICE 60 acres, 24 miles north city, central graveled road. Sell in 20 acre tracts if wanted. A bargain. No trade. Ind. 2180 ring L. FOR SALE For few days only, a desir able poultry outfit, nicely located and doing business, easy reach of street cars, $3,100. SMITH AGENCY, 523 Kansas Ave. GOING SOUTH? Investigate our lands in Southern Louis ana. Crop failures unknown; raise any thing. Two or three crops a year. Ideal climate. Price for short time $30 per R. D. SHELDON, Topeka, Kan. Ind. 1616. FOR SALE No better location and best value in strictly modern 6 roomed cot tage. West side. Call 2919 Black. FOR SALE Quick, 6 room house, bath room. Bleeping porch, cellar, cistern and city water in house, gas. barn. 1223 Tyler St.. by N. E. Keller. FOR SALE OR TRADE Will exchange a small tract near a good town, good house, good schools, telephone, F. D. mall, for residence property or some vacant lots and cash. A fine chance for the right man. Address 500. care State Journal FOR SALE 1 room new cottage, 2 lots, Oakland, $250 cash, balance $S0O; terms. 6 rooms, 10 lots, Auburndale; terms. $2,000. 4 rooms, new cottage, 1 lots, South Tyler, $1,700. 5 rooms, new cottage, 2 lots, out college way, $1,900. 4 rooms, cellar, well, barn, poultry house, shade, 6 lots, in Oakland; terms. $1,700. 6 rooms. 2 lots, barn, on South Clay St., car line, $1,900. 2 vacant lots fronting on state fair ground, $350. J. D. MILLER, 530 Kansas Avenue. Both Phones. 41 ACMES One mile from city limits, well im- proved; an tuiaoie. . J. W. -CARSON. Ind. 2616 White. 1025 Clay St. LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. FOR SALE 5 room house, gas 'for heat and light, good well and outbuildings; small payment down, balance terms. In quire c. M. Walter. 212 W. 7th st. BUT from owner entirely modern cottage. i iiriinc'c ana an conveniences. Home. FORRNT-jSnSCEIJLANEOUS FOR RENT Small store building, corner otn ana jacuson sts. x. ir. Lannan. FOR RENT Alfalfa farm near town; team and tools for sale. Ind. 2601 Black. FOR RENT Good farm. Albert Tomson, 1253 Lane st. Phone 2607 Red. FOR RENT One office room, first floor. FOE EJEOT 40 acre farm 8 miles west. E. W. Hodges & Co., 600 Kansas ave. Ind. 1390. FOR RENT 60 acres of land with two sets of Improvements, 2 miles east of xopeKa. p. c. croco. Bell 3962. party 1. FOR RENT Nice modern store room; good location. 402 Kansas ave. Inaulre Gordon Brothers. FOR EXCHANGE. TOPISEA FOE LAWRENCE 13 room modern house, nearly new, 3 E. front lots, first-class location In this city. $7,000. Take a good home in Law rence W. ML FORBES & CO., 107 W. 7th street. MONET. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household soods and personal security. L. Blacoe. 523 Kan. av, $500,000 TO LOAN on real estate. Betzer Realty and Loan Co., rear Merchants' National Bank. New England building. MONEY TO LOAN on personal property and collateral security, on easy terms. Q. H. Fllntham. 906 E. 4th St. PROMPT Realty Loans. Ella N. Peacock, Central Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ind 656 and 1931. UNDERTAKING. L. M. PEN WELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason abla prices. 511 Quincy at. Both phones 192. Both Phones 287. Day and Night. HAWLEY & STEELE. Funeral directors and embalmers. US East 8th ave. Mrs. Robt. Steele, assistant. POUXTRT FOR SALE White Orpington eggs. Ind. 26S0 Ring L. 101 Redden. FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn pullets, and thoroughbred Collie pups. Bell phone 3721 3. Pure bred Black Langshang eggs for 7oc per setting. Call Bell 3009. FOR SALE New and second-hand bil liard and pool tables and bowling alleys. W lead the world in cheap bar fix tures; easy payments. Send for catalogue. Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.. 1229-21 Main street. Kansas City. Mo. PICTURE FRAMING. FRAMING, regilding. mat making, mount ing done by 3. D. Sullivan, 122 W. Eights treat. -Packing, shipping, etc. LEGAL. Published in The Topeka State Journal juarcn a. iu.j SENATE hti.t. Wn airs' . i. AN ACT fixintr the salaries of certain persons and officers in counties having a population of over ninety thousand, and regulating the collection and nav- r ment of fees by certain of such officers au persons. B.it. enacted by the Legislature of the Section 1. That all nfr;naw, ,1 r.-r.no herein mentioned iu all counties of this state having a population of over ninety thOUSand ShRll r if a fn, ,hAi. unibbfi the compensation herein allowed, and no oiuer iees, mileage, salary or things of value of any kind or nature whatsoever unless specifically allowed to them by the terms of this act. Sec. 2. The county treasurer shall re ceive a salary of three thousand dollars per annum, his deputy eighteen hundred dollars per annum, and for additional clerks to be appointed by him,the board or county commissioners may authorize an expenditure of not exceeding four mousana dollars per annum. ' Sec. 3. The oounty clerk shall" receive a salary of three thousand . dollars per annum, his deputy fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and for additional clerks to be appointed by him the board of county uuiumissioners may authorize an expendi ture Of not fflYneHlnp' thfrtv-f ti-A hnndrMl dollars per annum.. oec. .4. The county superintendent of public instruction . Khali rrf.ivA a sn.la.rv pf eighteen hundred dollars per annum. Sec. 5. The county attorney shall re ceive a salary of thirty-five hundred dol- " per annum,-his first assistant under him eighteen hundred .1 .1 1 r-wr- annum. his second assistant one thousand dollars per annum, and for stenographer -and eierk hire employed by him the board of county commissioners may authorize an expenditure of not exceeding one thousand dollars per annum. Sec. 6. The clerk of the district court shall receive a salary of twenty-five -hundred dollars per annum, his chief deputy thirteen hundred dollars per annum, and for additional clerks to be appointed by him- the board of county commissioners may authorize an expenditure of not ex ceeding one thousand dollars per annum so long as the district court- of any such counties has but one Judge. Whenever It shall have two judges, the board of county commissioners mav authorize an expenditure of not exceeding two thou sand seven hundred and fifty dollars for all clerks to be appointed by such clerk Of the district court, and when it has three judges, said board may authorize an expenditure of not to exceed three tnousand dollars for such clerk-hire. Sec. 7. The clerk of the court of com mon pleas shall receive a salarv of twen ty-five hundred dollars per annum, his deputy twelve hundred dollars per annum, and for additional clerks to be appointed oy nun tne ooara ot county commission ers may. authorize an expenditure of not exceeding one thousand dollars. Sec. 8. The sheriff shall receive a salary of thirty-five hundred dollars per annum, the under-sheriff fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and for additional deputies and clerks to be appointed by such sheriff the board of county commissioners may authorize an expenditure of not exceeding four thousand dollars per annum. In ad dition, the sheriff shall be entitled to re tain all fees and mileage paid him by the state under all existing laws. In addition to the foregoing the sheriff shall appoint two jailers, who shall receive salaries to be fixed by the board of county commis sioners, but the aggregate shall not ex ceed eighteen hundred dollars per annum, and one Jury clerk at not to exceed seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum. The board of county commissioners shall employ a cook and an assistant at rea sonable wages, and pay all expenses for feeding the prisoners In the county jail. No contracts shall ever be made with the sheriff or other person for feeding such prisoners. Provided however that the board of county commissioners may ex pend a sum -not exceeding one thousand dollars annually to provide and maintain rigs for the use of the sheriff and his deputies. Sec. 9. The nrobatp ; uH i-n shnii rMMu a salary of thirty-five hundred dollars per annum. A clerk and two copyists to be appointed by the judge shall receive respectively twelve hundred dollars and seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each. Provided however that the probate judge may appoint not to exceed two probation officers who shall receive not exceeding nine hundred dollars each per annum. And provided further that the compensation herein provided for the probate judge shall be in full for all ser vices rendered by him as Judge of the juvenile court and all other duties en joined by statute. Sec. 10. The register of deeds shall re ceive a salary of twenty-five hundred dol lars per annum, his deputv twelve hun dred dollars per annum, and for addition al clerks to be appointed by him the board of county commissioners may authorize an expenditure of not to exceed two thousand dollars per annum. Sec. 11. The coroner shall receive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per an num. Sec. 12. The county surveyor shall re ceive a salary of eighteen hundred dol lars per annum, his deputy shall receive 'a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum, and for additional clerks or as sistants to be appointed by him the board of county commissioners may authorize an expenditure of not exceeding one thou sand dollars per annum, all to be paid In monthly installments by the board of county commissioners. Sec. 13. The county commissioners shall each receive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and not to exceed three hundred dollars per year each for traveling expenses actually Incurred by them In the county business. Sec. 14. The countv auditor shall rer-eive a salary of eighteen hundred dollars per annum. Sec. 15. All salaries of the officers and of their deputies, assistants, and clerks, as herein provided for, or authorized, shall be paid monthly by warrants signed by the chairman of the board of county commissioners, attested by the county clerk, and drawn on the county treasurer. Sec. 16. All of the officers and other persons herein mentioned shall collect from others than the county In which said officers are located all fees now author ized by law. All such fees and Income of their respective offices from every source whatsoever including all notary fees col lected by any officer, deputy or clerk in any proceeding pending or to become pending, riled or to be filed in said office. not herein specifically authorized to be retained by them, shall be paid over on the first and fifteenth days of each month, or if either of said dates be a Sunday or legal holiday, then on the next secular day, to the county treasurer, accompanied by a sworn statement In such form as the board of county commissioners may prescribe, to the effect that all fees and other income collected are correctly set forth therein. All such fees and Income shall be placed by said treasurer to the credit of the county's general fund. They snan on tne rirst Monday in January, April. July and October file with the county auditor a statement of all fees charged and not collected. Provided, that the county attorney may receive and re tain the fees otherwise provided by law for his services in prosecutions and pro ceedings, both) civil and criminal, against violators or tne laws relating to intoxicat ing liauors and gambling-. See. 17. All of the above officers and other persons now authorized to collect fees from the public, and from any source excepting the county in which their offices are situated, shall keep fee-books In forms to be prescribed by the county auditor and approved by the board of county com missioners, in which shall be entered all fees and income from any source whatso ever that may be received by them. Sec. IS. The county auditor shall audit the books and accounts of each county officer, monthly, and shall report in writ ing to the board of county commissioners the condition of tha accounts of-. each officer collecting or handling money. Said monthly reports shall show the total fees collected and paid into the treasury by eacbj officer since his last report, the total fees then outstanding and unpaid, and all other information that the board of coun ty commissioners may from time to time require. Said county auditor may . be provided with an office by the board of county commissioners and shall devote such time to the performance of his du ties as may be required. -, Sec. 19. Any officer, deputy, assistant or clerk mentioned in this act or whose sal ary or compensation is herein provided for or authorized, who shall ask or re ceive any fee or reward In money or its equivalent not authorized by this act or the laws of this state, or who shall fail to make out and ' ' file any report herein provided for, or who JTJKGAL shall fail to pay to the county treasurei" any fees or Income collected by him in the time and manner prescribed by this act. or who shall fail, neglect or refuse to perform any duty enjoined upon him by this act, shall for each offense bo adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in any sum not exceeding three hundred dollars or confined in the county jail for not to exceed one year or shall receive a sentence of both such fine and imprisonment. And such failure to per-, form any of the duties prescribed by this act shall be a forfeiture of office and upon the judgment of any court of com-, petent jurisdiction in a civil action that' such officer, deputy, assistant or clerk has forfeited such office, he shall stand suspended during any appeal therefrom. Except the fees of the county attorney in civil and criminal proceedings under the laws relating to Intoxicating liquors and gambling and otherwise provided by law.' Sec. 20. That In any civil litigation wherein the county may be either plain tiff or defendant, if the county attorney or his deputies are interested directly or indirectly, or if the board of county com missioners believes that the time at the disposal of the county attorney's office is insufficient to give proper attention to such litigation or If for any other reason the board of county commissioners deems it necessary for the protection of the pub lic interests, it may employ special coun sel for such-case or cases and pay rea sonable compensation therefor, not ex ceeding the sum of three thousand dol lars in any one year. Sec. 21. All acts and parts of acts in, conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Sec. 22 This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication in the official state paper. . I hereby certify that the above bill orig-. inated in the Senate, and passed that body February 17, 1011, RICHARD J. HOPKINS. President of the Senate. WALTER A. JOHNSON, Secretary of the Senate. Passed the House February 24. 1911. - G. H. BUCKMAN, Speaker of the House. EARL AKERS, Chief Clerk of the House. Approved March 1. 1911. W, R. STUBBS. Governor. State of Kansas, Office of the Secretary of State. I, Chas. H. Sessions, Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name Seal. and affixed my official seal, this 2nd day of March, 1911. CHAS. H. SESSIONS. Secretary of State. Published In The Topeka State Journal t . March -3, 1911. HOUSE BILL No. 103b; Protectlng settlers on school lands. AN ACT to protect actual settlers on school lands held under leases, and to validate certificates of purchase and. patents issued thereon. Be it enacted by the Legislature' of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That all purchases of school lands of the state of Kansas heretofore made by actual settlers thereon, 'while said school lands were held under school land leases, shall be valid and binding upon all persons from and after the ex piration of the said school land leases, and all certificates of purchase of said scbool lands and patents therefor Issued by the proper authorities shall, from and after the expiration of such leases, be valid and binding to the same extent as though the said school lands had not been under lease at the time of their issuance and at the time settlement was mado thereon; provided that nothing herein con tained shall be construed as legalizing any patents obtained through fraud or valid ating the acts of any settler who may have procured the surrender of any lease through collusion with the lease holder. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the official state paper. I hereby certify that the above bill orig inated in the House, and passed that body February 24, 1911. G. H. BUCKMAN " ' Speaker of the House. EAKL AKEKS Chief Clerk of the House. Passed the Senate March 1. 1911. RICHARD J. HOPKINS President of the Senate. WALTER A. JOHNSON Secretary of the Senate. Approved March 3, 1913. W. R. STUBBS Governor. State of Kansas, Office of the Secretary of State. I. Chas. H. Sessions. Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my omce. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 nave hereunto subscribed my name Seal. and affixed my official seal, this 3 day of March 1911. CHAS. H. SESSIONS. Secretary of State. POULTKy SPECIAL PRICES ON BABY CHICKS, delivered, tna. iih! . PHOTOGRAPH FRS WEHE'S pictures please. You get your money's worth, then some. Try him. JLOCMITH Have your keys made and lock repaired by F. A. Bauman. IIS Kan. an Bell 211 FLORISTS. 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