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Inserting Wanteds In The Topeka State
Journal ia one cent a word each Insertion,
minimum 10 cents: by the week 6 centa
a word, minimum 60 cents. '
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dress when such address is used; count
each "Initial" letter and each number or
combination of figures as one word.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Brown, short tailed pup with
brown on forehead. Answers to name
of Teddy, phone 4282 Black. Reward.
LOST Tuesday, black Bulk fox hound, 19
months old. Name ""Bulk" on collar,
also owner's name, "Grace Alexander."
Reward 230 Monroe.
LOST Turquoise ring in wash room of
W. M. Crosby store. Reward if return
ed to suit department.
LOST A small white dog, answers to the
name of Rags. 1172 Garfield, or phone
Eft'. Black. Whlttaker. Reward.
HE ASKED HER DAD.
Foolish Voutii Didn't Count Sweet
heart's Mother In.
Iola, Kan., Jan. 9. In these days of
equal suffrage, which has the right to
Five the daughter away in marriage,
the father or the mother? The law
has been called on here to settle that
question. -
Wesley White, 23 years old, a cierk
for the Bartlesville "Zinc company at
Collinsville, Ok., eloped with Miss Net
tie Ferguson of CoUinsville. The cou
ple was arrested on a Santa Fe pas
senger train in Iola a the request of
Miss Ferguson's mother, who has gone
to Claremore to swear out a warrant
for White's arrest, charging perjury.
In obtaining the marriage license
White swore that his bride was of
legal age. Miss Ferguson's mother
eays she Is not.'
He Didn't Fear Trouble.
"I didn't believe there would be any
trouble about it." White said to Chief of
Police Coffielu". "I talked to Mr. Fer
guson some time ago, and asked him
for his daughter. He gave his con
sent. We went to the home of our
pastor. Dr. Payne, who is also a dep
uty sheriff. I still felt that it was
wrcsf to stretch Miss Ferguson's age
up to Me limit, but Dr. Payne said it
would be-all right, and we were mar
ried." White is confident that nothing seri
ous will come of his arrest.
"Mr. Ferguson doesn't care," he ar
gues, "and what can Mrs. Ferguson do
about it?"
That question remains to be an
swered. Up to date she has been able
to cut short the honeymoon of the
young couple. Whether she can have
the marriage annulled if Mr. Fergu
son persists in his consent remains to
be seen.
FOUND IN SNOW.
Steve Harris, Xight Clerk in Cafe,
Slugged by Assailant.
Steve Harris, night clerk in Burt's cafe,
on Bast Eighth avenue, was called out
of the cafe and assaulted about 6 o'cioi-k
this morning. He was rendered uncon
scious by a blow on the head and is un
able, at an early hour, to vna.no an intel
ligent statement. Robert Suttman h3
been arrested by the police and is being
held on the charge until a complete in
vestigation is made.
according to the statement that has
been made by Harris, Nuttman called hno
out of the cafe and asked him to take a
drink of liquor. Harris says that he re
fused. Nuttman insisted on him taking
a drink and Harris tipped the bottle but
closed his lips and did not taste tr.
liquor. Harris was hit on the head as lie
was holding the bottle to his lips. He
was found a few minutes later, lying on
the snow on the sidewalk In front of
Hayes' florist shop at 107 West Eighth
avenue. He was attended by Dr. Setr,
Hammell. His injuries are thought to be
slight. -
Fred Burt, owner of the cafe, stated
this morning that Harris had trouble with
Nuttman and a gang of young fellows
for several weeks. He has fought with
Nuttman on former- occasions.
Saline County's Oldest Man Dies.
Salina, Kan., Jan. 9. James Quested,
the oldest man in Saline county, died
early this morning at his home in this
city at the age of 90. He lived in this
county thirty-six years, comltfg from
Irtrtflf I
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KfMOVI
AIMNJT6
AS HOUSEKEEPER on farm, lady with
boy 11 years old. Phone 4946 Red. 217
East 5th.
COMPETENT woman wants light house
work; moderate pay; good references,
phone Provident Association.
SITUATION in general office work or
bookkeeping by woman of experience.
Address J. H. G., care Journal.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy to
get. My free booklet Y213 tells how.
Write today NOW. Earl Hopkins,
Washington. D. C-
MEN WANTED to learn barber trade,
lew weeks completes a student; best and
latett methods used; positions secured,
commissions paid while learning; tools
given absolutely free with the lowest tui
tion ever offered. Call or write at ont.
xopeka Barber College. 333 Kansas avj
nue, Topeka. Kansas.
WANTED Delivery boy. Apply Dibble
Grocery Co., North side.
I MADE $50,000 in five years with a small
mail order business; began with $5. Send
for free booklet. Tells how. Heacock.
518 Lockport, N. T.
.JANIED
WANTED A good practical nurse; per
manent position. Apply in person, Beth
any College.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS; arm work.
Chesterfield cafe.
WANTED Dining room girls, cooks,
house help. Employment Office, Sll Kan
sas ave.
HAIR GOODS made of combings. Miss
Nolting, 4577 K-2, Topeka.
WANTED Girl for general house work;
must be good cook. 607 West 10th.
WANTED Experienced lady compositor.
X-Rays Printing Co., 217 West 5th.
WANTED Experienced cook. 2 in family.
Mrs. D. W. Mulvane, 1035 Van Buren.
Phone 408.
WANTED AGENTS,
AGENTS WANTED $60 per week. No
investment or experience, necessary.
Write for my big tailoring proposition.
P. W. Goodman, president, 550 Regal
Building. Chicago.
WE WANT TO BUT YOUR
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. CALL OR
PHONE 8749-617 and 619 QUJNCY. .
TOPEISA BROIKAGE CO.
WE FAY the highest cash price for cast
oft clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats.
Drop us a card or call Gordon Bros.' loaa
office. 400 Kansas ave- led. 1071.
WANTED Violin scholars. Special atten
tion to beginners. New system of
teaching. E. S. Emerson. See me at the
Best theater or B15 Van Buren st.
GOOD milk cows, fat cattle and veal
calves. W. C- A. Leitzow. Tel. 257.
VEAL CALVES, fat cattle, N. Central
ave. 11279 K. 4. H. M. Bush.
WAMfEDFUEMTIIJEE
pay highest sh prices for aecond
band furniture. Exchange new goods for
Id. W. H. Stalons Furniture Co, 411
Kansas ave Phone 1724.
WANTED To buy-a straight first mort
gage of moderate amount on Topeka
city or Shawnee county real estate. Call
at 110 West Sixth street.
GOOD milk cows, stock and fat cattle,
veal calves. 2675 N-2.
FOB RENT HOUSES.
1113 W. th. 7 rooms, barn. $18.
CYRUS GUTHRXiS & CO.
11C E. 5th. Pnone 730 W.
SEVEN room modern house, furnished or
unfurnished. 726 Lincoln. Phone 2390
White.
1223 MONROE. 6 large rooms, partiy
modern, $15. Phone 513.
FOR RENT 7 room strictly modern
house, 1332 Tyler. Mrs. M. E. Atchison.
Phone 875.
SIX ROOM modern cottage, 414 W. 13th
st., four blocks from state house. Phone
1601.
FOR RENT About January 20, 6 room
modern house, 1226 Monroe. Call 1775
Red.
8-ROOM HOUSE, modern, 1271 Tyler. Key
house north, phone 2411 Blue.
FOR RENT 3 modern houses. 528 and
1248 Topeka ave. phone 2048 Reu.
FOR RENT Choice 6 room cottage, walk
ing distance. West side, modern except
furnace. 2242 White.
FOR RENT 7 room house, modern, 308
E. 9th.
England. He is survived by a wife and
five grown children.
TOPEKA DAILY STATE
. , I I PlCTUR.0 WHAT X
H. H. PARKER has a 4 room house and
5 room house for rent. 1401 Kansas ave.
5-ROOM HOUSE, modern. 904 Jefferson.
FOR RENT Completely furnished house,
8 rooms, all - modern Conveniences, 3
blocks from capitol; splendid location.
Address A. R., care Journal.
EAST SIDE, one new three room cottage,
just east Standard Oil Co. Phone 1736
Blue.
MODERN 9 room house. Inquire 115 W.
6th st.
6 ROOMS, modern, 410 Lincoln. 4 room
cottage, 2101 Kansas ave. Dr. Roby, 720
Kansas ave.
FOR RENT I room house, 716 Chestnut; 7
room modern house, 707 Buchanan. Betzer
Realty A Loan Co.. New Eng. Bldg.
FOR RENT 8 room house, 1271 Tyler,
modern, good repair; key at house north.
Phone 2411 Blue. -
FOR RENT 311 Tyler, 8 rooms, modern.
Inquire 235 Clay.
JMJPfcROMi
MODERN furnished rooms, 306 West 8th
St. 1179 R.
MODERN furnished rooms, cheap rent,
401 Tyler. Phone 2436 Blue.
FOR RENT Modern 2 rooms, kitchenette.
private bath, light housekeeping, 1106
Van Buren.
FOR RENT Furnished room, 412 East
10th st.
818 QUINCY, modern furnished rooms,
steam heat, electric light, close to state
house. 2200 Black. . .
MODERN front room with alcove, 2
blocks from avenue. 820 Monroe st.
2 OR 3 furnished housekeeping rooms,
close in. coal or gas heat. 107 E. 13th.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room, only
$2 per week. 217 W. 5th st.
3 NICELY furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; private family; first floor;
near state house; suitable for legislators.
1016 Taylor, phone 6086 Black.
LARGE newly furnished room, modern,
bath. 423 Tyler St. Phone 1196.
TWO NICELY furnished light housekeep
lng rooms. 510 West Eighth.
2 LIGHT housekeeping, near in; extra
pleasant; heat, bath, $17. 2242 White.
COMFORTABLE rooms H4 block from
State House. 1119 Van Buren. 1424 Red.
TWO rooms for sleeping or housekeeping.
704 Harrison. Phone 3394.
LARGE, well furnished bed room, mod
ern, near Governor's square, for legis
lators. Ihone 984.
935 KANSAS AVE., 4 front corner rooms,
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, very cheap,
niier erocery store. Sixth and ToDeka
ave. Dr. Heatherly.
FOR RENT Choice front offices on Kan.
sas ave., with office furniture, water
and light. F. S. Thomas, 619 Kansas ave.
Phone 298.
FOR RENT Store room and basement.
129 Kansas ave. 229s Blue.
FOR RENT-CHAIRS.
FOR RENT. FOLDING CHAIRS AND
TABLES.
Phone 3910. I A. Taylor.
FOR SALE 2 good coal heating stoves.
300 Lawrence st.
FOR SALE All kinds of wood. 2210-K.
FOR SALE Unclaimed rugs, all sizes and
at attractive prices. O. McCormlck Rug
Fa ctory. 622 Van Buren st.
FOR SALE White Wyandotte cockerels,
pure bred stock. Phone 3780.
FOR SALE Sleigh; lots of bells, 1 wolf
lap robe and 2 other robes and 1
blanket. J. S. Clark, 1143 Morris ave.
FOR SALE Canning factory; also cherry
orchard. F. Sardou.
SQUARE PIANO, household furniture,
stoves, Welton rug $10. 327 Greenwood.
FOR SALE 1 chair barber shop in town
of 200 population; good business. Price
$200 cash. Address S. H.. care Journal.
FOR SALE An upright Hardman piano,
cost $400. Little used. Price $125. A
snap. A. C. Klingaman, 120 E. 6th.
TWO NEW 1912 autos for sale cheap for
cash or will trade for city property.
New Auto. Journal office.
FOR SALE Cheap, sleigh. Inquire 519
West st.
FOR SALE Hard coal burner. Phone
2258 K 1-J
FOR SALE Almost new china closet and.
other household rurniture. call 640.
FIVE young sound horses and farm
mares. -u iopeaa ave.
JOURNAL THUKSDAY
FOR SALE REAL cgTTE.
ALL MODIEEM
New, 5 rooms, oak finish, cement base
ment and walks, double floors, white
enamel bath, complete, furnace, combina
tion lights, sewer and sidewalk tax all
paid for, good car service, in excellent
neighborhood and near Potwln transfer
station. Price $2,500; $100 cash, balance
easy monthly payments. .
AlELlMSIHIOIBSE REALTY
Phone 1606 W.
608 Kansas Ave.
eiOTLAMID) iPAEE -
The beautiful suburb; no dust,
fine shade; lots cheap In price; .
and terms easy. Better go look.
It is your chance..
mO. M. MOBLE & CO-
435 Kansas Ave.
FOE SM.E
5 acres, close in, all valley land, imp.,
$1,200.
5 acres, near city, unimproved, $1,009.
80 acres, imp., near good town, for city
property. -
480 acres, near St. Marys, Kan., imp.,
235 acres in cult., 200 acres hog tight, 65
acres alfalfa, house, barn, rme water, $50
per acre.
600 Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kan.
phone 845. Res. Pho. 2084 K-.
New 7 room cottage, gas, water, cellar,
42 ft. ground, near car Wrest side; must
sell; leaving city; terms.
COTfEELL
107 E. 7th St. Phone 556 R, 5001 Red.
WHEAT QlIAEfEE.
A dandy wheat quarter, smooth
as a floor, in Wichita county.
Land values are steadily ad
vancing. This is priced at
$1,000, and at that price will en
able you to double your money '
in a year. See us about this.
McNAMEE REAL ESTATE & INV.. Co.
Phone 3095. 225 New England Bldg.
zero bargain: Five room cottage, 2 lots,
good well, cellar, V block to ear, worth
$800. Price $535; $250 cash, balance easy
monthly terms.
SJEJAWMEE "AGENCY
Phone 505.
534 Kansas A ve.
FINE STOCK FARM.
Contains 375 acres, located only 11 miles
from Topeka and 3 from good shipping
and trading point, over 100 acres of first
class bottom land, 190 acres in pasture,
about 40 acres valuable timber, three
bearing orchards. ' Large house of 16
rooms, thoroughly modern, barn for 150
head of stock and a. big tonnage of hay.
Price $60 per acre and owner will consider
an 80 or 160 acre :farm as part pay if
located in Shawnee or adjoining counties.
Particulars address A, P. Bishop, 107 West
7th St., Topeka. Kan.
ELME5JEST LOTS: :
Two lots located on Mulvane street, in
order to sell at once price has been re
duced to $H50. This is an opportunity for
someone wanting a splendid building site
cheap. Call at once, phone 646.
A. B. BISHOP, 107 West 7th Street.
WANTED To sell or exchange for driv
i ing horse or milk cow, equity of $150 in
two choice corner lots near Washburn.
Address P. J., care Journal.
FOR SALE No.' 1 dairy or truck farm of
about 20 acres with good Improvements,
adjoining city. Call or phone or writo
Chas. F. Bridge, 1007 North Kansas ave
nue, Topeka, Kansas.
JgREXCHANGE.
SCALE EClAffGE
Scales bought, sold, repaired and ex
changed; electric coffee, mills, meat chop
pers and meat cutters. Satisfaction guar
anteed. INTERSTATE SCALE CO., 523 NEW
ENGLAND BLDG. - PHONE 206 W.
EXCHANGES Offers wanted for Mon
tana relinquishment 120 a., can patent
in 14 months; Florida coast land, 40 acres;
240 a. good improved farm near Ottawa,
Kan. ; 160 a. Osage Co., Kan. ; 8,000 livery
business; $2,500 G. Mdse. business; $10,000
hardware business: Topeka investments
large and small. See E. A. M. Smith, R.
E. Agency. 623 Kansas ave. t
BILUARDJNDPOCKEUABLES
FOR SALE New and second-hand carom
and pocket billiard tables and bowling
alleys. We lead the world In cheap fix
tures; easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., 1329-31
Main street, Kansas City, Mo. . -
BELOW
EVENING - JANUARY 9, 1913.
LEGAL.
Published in The Topeka State Journal
. January 9, 1913.
OFFICIAL CITY COMMISSION PRO
' CEEDINGS.
Commission Chamber, Topeka, Kansas,
Monday, January 6, 13. The city com
mission met in regular session at 8:00
o clock a. m., with the following commis
sioners present: Commissioners Bone.
Miller, Stotts and Tandy 4. Mayor Bil
lard in the chair.
a T,hie, minutes the meeting of January
4, 1913, were presented, read and, on mo
tion of Commissioner. Tandy, approved as
read.
Petition to grade, pave and curb with
combined curb and gutter Arch street
Lom tnis souUl Une of Eleventh street to
the north line of West street, presented
to commission on January 2, 1913, and re
ferred to the commissioner of streets and
public improvements, was reported back
with the following recommendation: "To
the Board of Commissioners: Your Com
missioner of streets and public improve
ments, to whom was referred the within
petition, finds that said petition is signed
by resident owners of real estate repre
senting more than one-half of the real
estate owned by residents, fronting and
abutting upon the Arch street designated
in the petition. I therefore recommend
that the said petition be granted, and
that the city clerk be and he Is hereby
ordered to spread said petition upon the
journal." On motion of Commissioner
Tandy the report was adopted. The peti
tion is In words and figures as follows, to
wit: "Topeka, Kansas, Jan. 1st, JS13. To the
Honorable Mayor and Board of Commis
sioners of the City of Topeka: Gentle
men: We, the undersigned, residents of
the City of Topeka, Shawnee County,
Kansas, and owners of real estate front
ing and abutting upon that portion of
Arch street hereinafter proposed to he
improved by grading, paving and curbing
wiih combined curb and gutter, hereby
respectfully petition your honorable body
. to- grade, -pave and .curb with combined
curb and gutter Arch street from the
south line of 11th street to north line of
West; said paving to be of asphaltic con
crete on a 4 Inch concrete base, and to
be thirty feet wide. Respectfully submit
ted, L. F. Garlinghouse, 385, So. 383,
' C. G. McCleery, 381, No. 383.
Frances L. Kercher. 387, 38 Areh,
D. A. Kratzer, 391. 393, 395, 397, 399."
Petition, asking the commission to pave
by resolution Williams avenue from Lane
street to West street, presented to com
mission on December 16, 1912, and referred
to the commissioner of streets and public
improvements, was reported back with
recommendation "that it be placed on
file," which report was adopted on mo
tion of Commissioner Tandy.
Bond of The 11. H. Howard Electric and
Athletic. Supply Company in the sum of
$1,000.00, given by the Maryland Casualty
Company, was presented, and approved
by the following vote: Ayes, Commission
ers Bone, Miller and Tandy and Mayor
Billard 4; absent, Commissioner Stotts 1.
The following resolution, presented to
commission on December 30, 1912, by Com
missioner Tandy, was taken up for second
reading. The resolution is in words and
figures as follows, to-wit:
"RESOLVED, That the mayor and
board of commissioners of the City of To
peka, Kansas, deem it necessary for the
best interests of said city that Bosweil
avenue from the south line of Tenth ave
nue to the north line of Sixteenth -street,
be graded, curbed with combined curb
and gutter, and paved thirty (30) feet
wide with asphaltic concrete on a four (4)
inch concrete base."
The above resolution was adopted by
the following vote: Ayes, Commissioners
Bone, Miller, Stotts and Tandy and
Mayor Billard 6.
Petition to grade, pave and curb with
combined curb and gutter Huntoon street
from the east curb line of Bosweil avenue
in Elmhurst Addition to the west curb
line of Bosweil avenue in College Place
Addition, presented to commission on Jan
uary 2, 1913, and referred to the commis
sioner of streets and public Improvements,
was reported back with the following
recommendation: "To the Board of Com
missioners: Your commissioner of
streets and public improvements, to whom
was referred the within petition, finds
that said petition is signed by resident
owners of real estate representing more
than one-half of the real estate owned by
residents fronting or abutting upon the
Huntoon street designated m the petition.
I, therefore, recommend that the said pe
tition be granted, and that the city clerk
be and he is hereby ordered to spread
said petition upon the journal." On mo
tion of Commissioner Tandy, the report
was adopted. The petition is in words
and figures, as follows, to-wit:
"Topeka, Kansas. To the Honorable
Mayor and Board of Commissioners of
the city of Topeka: Gentlemen: We, the
undersigned residents of the City
of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kan
sas, and owners of real estate front
ing and abutting upon that portion of
Huntoon street hereinafter proposed to
be improved by grading, paving and curb
ing with combined curb and gutter, here
by respectfully petition your honorable
body to grade, pave and euro with com
bined curb and gutter Huntoon street
from the east curb line of Bosweil avenue
in Elmhurst Addition, to the west curb
line of Bosweil avenue, in College place
Add.; said paving to be of asphaltic con
crete on a 4 Inch concrete base, and to
be thirty feet wide. Respectfully submit-
Myrtle F. Howard, by H. B. Howard,
515 and 517 Bosweil Ave.,
- Ebbie E. Phinney-Weir, Robert Weir,
by Ebbie E. Weir,
The Prudential Trust Co., Topeka, Kan
sas, W. W. Mills, president. Lots 515 and
517 Bosweil Ave, Elmhurst Addition.
Topeka, Kansas, December 31, 1912, I,
S. E. Cobb, secretary of the Prudential
Trust Company, of Topeka, Kansas, do
hereby certify that at a regular meeting
of the Board of Directors of said Tho
Prudential -Trust Company, held in the
City of Topeka, Kansas, on the 14th day
of December, 1912, the following resolu
tion was presented and unanimously
adopted: "Resolved, By the Board of
Directors of the . prudential Trust Com
pany of Topeka, Kansas, that W.W.
LEGAL
Mills, President of said The prudential
Trust Company, be, and he Is, hereby au
thorized and directed, for and on behalf
of said corporation, to sign a certain peti
tion addressed to the Board of Commis
sioners of the City of Topeka, Kansas,
for the grading, curbing and paving of
Huntoon street, from the east curb line
of Bosweil avenue in Elmhurst Addition
to the west curb line of Bosweil avenue
in College Place Addition, in said city.'
Witness my hand and the seal of said
The Prudential Trust Company, this Slst
day of December, 1912. S. E. Cobb, Secre
tary. (Seal.)"
The following resolutions were presented
by Commissioner Tandy for first reading:
Huntoon street from the east curb line
of Bosweil avenue in Elmhurst addition,
to the West curb line of Bosweil avenue in
College place Addition,
. Arch street from the south line of Elev
enth street to the north line of West
street, and
Williams avenue from the west line of
Lane street to the east line of West
street.
Bill of E. J. Merkle and Company, sixty
per cent of one 7i K. W. Kerr Steam
Turbine and Switch. Board, for the City
Water Wrorks, was presented, read and,
on motion of Commissioner Tandy, rec
ommended to be allowed.
Final estimates of the Capital City Vitri
fied Brick and Paving Company, under
their paving contract of 1912, were pre
sented and, on motion of Commissioner
Tandy, allowed. '
Bond of the Central National Bank In
the sum of $25,000.00, given by the Bank
ers' Deposit Guaranty and Surety Com
pany, was presented and approved by
the following vote: Ayes, Commissioners
Bone, Miller, Stotts and Tandy and Mayor
Billard 5.
No further business appearing, on mo
tion of Commissioner Stotts, commission
adjourned to meet at 9:00 o'clock a. m.,
Thursday, January 9, 191S.
C. B. BURGE,
Seal.l City Clerk.
First Published in The Topeka State
Journal January 3, 1913.
RESOLVED, That the mayor and board
of commissioners of the City of Topeka,
Kansas, deem it necessary for the best
interests of said city that Western ave
nue from the south line of Second street
to the center line of First avenue, oe
graded, curbed with combined curb and
gutter, and paved thirty (30) feet wide
with atphaltic concrete on a four (4) inch
concrete base.
W. G. TANDY, Commissioner.
I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the City or
Topeka, Kansas, do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing is a true and cor
rect copy of the original resolution now
on file in my office.
Seal. C. B. BURGE,
City Clerk.
First published in The Topeka State
Journal January 8, 1913.
RESOLVED, That the mayor and board
of commissioners of the City of Topeka.
Kansas, deem it necessary for the best
interests of said city that Bosweil avenue
from the south line of Tenth avenue to
the north line of Sixteenth street be grad
ed, curbed with combined curb and gutter,
and paved thirty 30) feet wide with
asphaltic concrete on a four (4 inch con
crete base.
W. G. TANDY, Commissioner.
I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the City ot
Topeka, Kansas, do hereby certify tluit
the above and foregoing Is a true and cor
rect copy of the original resolution now
on file in my office.
Seal. ' C. B. BURGE,
City Clerk.
First published In The Topeka State
Journal Wednesday January 8, 1912.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Aetna Building & Loan
Association will be held at the offices of
the association, in Topeka, Kan., at 10
o'clock a. m., on Tuesday, January 28, 1913,
for the purpose of electing a board of
directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of any other business that
may come before the meeting. Adv.
J. L. RAINES, President.
F. J. FUNK, Secretary.
First published in The Topeka State
Journal Thursday, January 9, 1913.
State of Kansas, Shawnee County, us.
The undersigned, president and Secre
tary, respectively, of The Delta Phi
Alumnae Association of Washburn Col
lege of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas,
do hereby certify that on tho ninth day of
April, 1912, at a meeting of the members
called in conformity with the by-laws of
said corporation, the following resolution
was adopted by afflrmatl-e vote of two
thirds of the membership of said corpora
tion: "Resolved That the name of The Delta
Phi Alumnae Association of Washburn
College be changed to The Washburn Phi
Delta Theta Alumni Association."
In testimony whereof. The President
and Secretary of said corporation have
hereunto set their hands, this sixth day
of January, J912.
Corporate Seal.
OMER D. SMITH,
President.
ARTHUR J. CARRUTH, Jr.,
Secretary.
FOR SALE-HORSES, COWS.
FOR SALE 60 head of Jersey and Hol
gtein milch cows at 1719 Van Buren.
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow, 328 Arter
ave.. Oakland, phone 2277 K-L
GOAL AND WOOD.
S50 LBS. coal delivered any where In city,
JSf 175 lbs., 60c. Hard dry wood per rick,
$3 delivered. 13th and Monroe. Phone 3726.
By "Bud" Fisher
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE The best ltttle wholesale and
retail business on Kansas ave., cheap
rent. About $2,000 required. Room i, at
Kansas ave.
FOR SALE Tho Tromp Smoke House.
finest 10-table equipment, cleanest and
most desirable trade, and the best paying
proposition of Its kind in Kansas. Reason
for selling wish to devote my time to
other branches of my business. For price
and terms, see H. L. Tromp, owner.
MONEY.
$3,000,009.00 of 5 per cent money to loan
on Eastern Kansas farms and oa inside
Topeka business property.
An unlimited amount of low rate money
to loan for building homes and on homes
already built In Topeka.
If you wish a new loan or have a ma
turing loan or wish to change your loan,
either farm or city, write or call st our
office, first floor. New England Bldg.
BETZER REALTY & LOAN CO.
Topeka Mortgage Loan Representative,
U. S Mortgage & Trust Co.. N. Y.
Capital and surplus $6.(W0,floi).00.
MONET TO LOAN on pianos and house
hold goods. Newest methods, lowest
rates. American Loan company. Room 307
Mulvane Bldg. Tel. 645. .
MONEY to loan od live stock, pianos, or
guns, typewriters, household goods and
personal security. L. Blscoe, 523 Kan, ave.
MONEY TO LOAN on personal property
and collateral security, on easy terms.
G. H. F'.lntham. 906 K. 4th st.
CIDER,
WANTED Your orders for CIDER,
Washburn Cider Works. Phone 2315 Blk.
JpfflHBSSL
L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and
embalmer. T. E. Jones, Ass't. First clans
service. So(-S10 Quincy st. Telephone US.
Phone 287. Day and Night.
HAWLEY & STEELE,
Funeral directors and embalmers, 11$ East
8th ave. Mrs. Robt. Kteele, assistant.
JSLIANEOUL
HAIR GOODS made of combings.
Nolting, 4577 K-2. Topeka.
Mlas
MISSOURI Fidelity and Causalty, Health
and Accident Insurance. Koom 7,. il
Kansas ave. Phones, Office 31; Kes. 24iv
Blue.
PATENTS.
J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney. 4'M
as ave.. Topeka, Kan.
AUTOJEPAIRSHOPS.
NOTICE TO MACHINE MEN. auto own
ers, blacksmiths and the public general
ly: We da all kinds of welding brass,
bronze, aluminum, and all kinds of steal
and cast iron. Gas cylinders, locomotive
and traction-engine fire boxes, frames,
and boiler tubes repaired. Work absolute,
ly guaranteed. All kinds of auto repair
ing. ELMORE AUTO CO.
Phone 3178. 51S Quincy ft
MACHINE SHOPS.
GUNS repaired and cleaned by experts.
II. B. Howard Supply Co.. 7i Kansas
ave. -
HAYES
for fresh flowers. Wrddlngs and funerals
a specialty. 107 Wect 8th.
MODELS, patterns, experimental work.
wood turning and mission furniture. A
A. Ridings. 912 Jefferson, phone $177 W.
FRAMING, regildlng, mat making, mount
ing dune by J. D. Sullivan, 122 W. Kluhta
street. Packing, shipping, etc.
HOTELS.
TOPEKA HOTEL
122 West Sixth St.,
$1.00 AND $1.26 PER DAY.
MERCHANTS' Transfer and Storat Co.
furnish expert packers; also look after
freight. Phones 116. Skinner X- Garhtrt
T I IT. (Ill VI' ST SIP.
Al lUnnCio fll LfiVf .
HIRAM C. ROOT. Attorney at Law,'
Abstraet and Real Estate and Probate
law. 33 Columbian Bldg., Topeka
FURRIER.
JOHN PETRZILEK, the only practical
furrier In Kansaa 127 W. 7th, Topeka. .

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