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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING- JANUARY 25, 1913- SENATE BILLS. Senate bill Mo. 265, by Shouse Fixing the salaries and compensation of the sheriff, providing that his fees shall go to the general revenue fund of the county, aud repealing certain acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith. Senate bill No. 266, by Shouse To amend section 4 of chapter 263 of the general statutes of Kansas of 1909. re lating to countv aid to schools In counties having a population of not less than 10.000 and to repeal said statutes of Kansas of 1909. Senate bill No. 267, by Shouse Amending section 9395 of the general statutes of 1909, relating to limiting tax levies, and repealing original section 9395 Senate bill No. 268, by Shouse Au thorizing townships or counties to is sue bonds in aid of railroads; to apply only in counties having less than ten miles of railroad. Senate bill No. '269, toy "Ways . and Means Committee Making appropria tion for the purchase of fuel for the state institutions under charge or tne Doara of control of state, charitable mstitu tions. ' Senate bill No. 2T0, by Stavely Re lating to dogs, providing for the enum eration and taxation of dogs, the crea tion of a dog fund in each county for the payment of damages sustained by owners of sheep or otner aomesui; mala etc Senate, bill No. 271, by Stavely (by i-onuoati Relating to mutual hail surance companies and repealing chap ter 153 of the laws of 1909 and pro .,Min wcnaitips for the violation of certain provisions of this act and pro hibiting foreign mutual hall insurance on fmm -writinir Insurance In V VII 1 1 fJ"- " - " - 4hl state. Senate bill No. 272. by Sutton Amendatory of and supplemental to sections 1 and 2, of chapter 218 of the lni laws of 1909, entitled an act relating to school land, and repealing certain sections therein named; and re inns 1 and 2. Senate bill No. 273, by Troutman (by request.) To prohibit trespassing upon railroad tracks, cars or "6""-- Senate bill No. 274. by Carnej To amend section 7 of chapter ZH of the ses sion laws of 1911, and to vest in tne J": torney general of the state of Kansas and rowers and duties of the attorney for the nnblio utilities commission, and to repeat aid original section 7 of chapter s, of 191 "and all acts and parts of acts in conflict therewith. !. Senate bill No. 275. by Carney-Makinq an appropriation for the current expenses supplies, general repairs and other actual expenses and salaries of officers and em ployees at the Kansas. State-industry Reformatory at H"tch?f!Kf9n4 the fiscal years ending June 30, 1914, ana JSeni?e1bui No. 276, by Price of Greenwood-Relating to the surplus funds of building loan association amending sec tion 11. chapter 131. laws of 1911. Senate Dill No 277. by Jose ph-To regu latl the T public service of stallions in Kan- 8 Senate bill No. 278. by Joseph-Relating to payment of bank deposits In two "senate bill No. 279. by Joseph-Requiring trains to be protected by a competent flagman and prescribing penalty for til violation thereof. . Senate bill No. 2S0. by Joseph-To re el uire railroad companies to furnish a lo comotive engineer as a pilot for detoured trains, and prescribing penalties for the violation thereof. Senate bill No. 2S1. by Overfield Leg.i. Izing the action of board of commission er, o Independence. Kansas, with refer ence to paving South Fifth street of said city, and authorizing the issuance of im provement bonds of said city in the sum of $14,323.65 to pay for said improvement. Senate bill No. 282. by Nighswonger-To amend section 1018 of tne general statutes of 1909, extending the time in which spe cial improvement bonds may be paid. Senate bill No. 283, by Nighswonger Relating to the lien of laundrymen and dry cleaners. Senate bill No. 2S4, by Huffman For the protection of public health, to require the reporting of infectious, contagious hnd cornmuniable diseases to heaith of- Senate bill No. 2S5. by Huffman T.i railfv an agreement between the Atcli ison." Topeka & Santa Fe Railway com pany, and the city of Topeka, and the executive council of the state of Kansas. Senate bill No. 2st;. by Huffman Supple mental to chapter IS of the session laws of 159 and chapter 40 of the session laws of lll creating a memorial hali bulldin-c commission, authorizing the construction of a memorial hall, and making appro priations for completion of the same. Senate bill No. 287. by Milton-To pre vent crue'ty to animals and to provide penalties for tfc violation thereof. Senate bill No. 2S8. by Milton Relating to public schools and providing penalties for the violation thereof. Senate bill No. 289. by Howe Repealing certain sections relating to state horticul tural and agricultural boards. Senate bill No. 290. by Howe-Amendir.g ections 8973. 8979. S9S1, SPS7. S994 of gen eral statutes of 1!X and repealing sec tions S977. S97S, 8976. 89S0 of statutes of 19"9 relating to state acct. Senate bill No. 291, by Howe Repealing section 9355 and amending section 9356 ro ltiuc to countv assessors. Senate bill No. 292. by Howe To provide for erecting, equipping, etc., of a club room for boys and girls. Senate bill No. 293. by Howe (by re quest) Relating to the practice of system of osteopathy. Senate bill No. 294. by Howe (by ro Hiest) Concerning auctioneers and pro viding for a state hoard. ' Senate bill No. 295. by Howe (by r--quest) To enable counties to eslablisti and maintain county hospitals. Senate bill No. 296, by Simpson (by re quest) Authorizing and empowering any city of the third class to pave, curb and cutter any street, avenue or alley and to levy and assess special tax against tho real property abutting on such street, avenue or alley and to issue improvement bonds for the payment of the expense ot making such special improvement. Senate bill No. 297, by lavis Amend ing sections 8775 and 8781 of the general statutes of the state of Kansas. 1909. re lating to the practice of veterinary medi cine and surgery and repealing said orig inal sections Si75 and 8781. Senate bill No. 29S. by Davis Relating to the sale of concentrated feeding stuffs, forbidding their . adulteration, providing for their inspection and analysis, provid ing penalties for its violation, amending section 3107 of the general statutes of Kansas 1909 ana repealing said section 3TT. Senate bill No. 299. by Malonc Extend ing the powers of county attorneys to make preliminary investigations concern ing commission of crimes, and making provisions for the enforcement of the same. Senate bill No. 9X. by Nighswonger To amend section 1. chapter 122, of the session laws of 1907. as amended by sec tion 1, chapter 73 of the laws of 1909. re lating to the appointment of commissioner of elections in certain cities of the first class and repealing the said sections. Senate bill No. 301. by Bowman (by re quest) Amending sections 10 and 11, chap ter 247 of the laws of 1907. the same beiii-t sections 4828 and 4829 of the general stat ues of 1909, and repealing such orisin.: sections. Senate bill "No. S02, by Logan For the protection of the state and its various subdivisions in dealing with contractors. Notice -I. O. O. F. AH Odd Fellows are invijted to-meet with Shawnee Encampment No. 3. Monday evening, Jan. 27. Grand Patri arch C. - H. McBra-yer, Grand Scribe A M. Bain and others will be present. m. c. Mccormick, c. p. IV A. CANDY, Scribe. - . - lAdv.J YOU SHOULD WORRY. Perhaps Vou Haven't Setose Enough to Go Crazy. Chicago, Jan. 25. "If you are lacking in brains you need have no fear of in sanity," was the statement of Everett S. Elm wood, secretary of the Mental Hygiene Committee of New York, speaking before the National Society for Mental Hygiene here last night. "Persons who become Insane worry themselves into insanity and you must h- VB brain,, to worrv - be continued. "If persons would not w orry Insanity would De decreased rorty per cent.wnen things go wrong, one should say .'1 ..!,, .1,1 J t , oil it t, i. -n v i n :i. u board of administration of Illinois, said , pff, ber"8J LvjLe" want Ads received ' LADY to travel in Kansas for 1913. Gro that in only a few cases can insanity j after the noon hour will be inserted under ,cfnes,' candies, Jewelry. Good pay and be cured and therefore steps will have the beading: "Too Late to Classify." or tailored suit or 20 year watch free in 90 be cured and therefore steps to be taken to prevent it. GIANTS TO TRAIN EARLY Doyle and Rcernits to Oct Into Condi tion Soon. New York, Jan. 25. The New York Nationals may get an earlier start at the training of recruits this spring than any other club. Captain Larry Doyle, second baseman of the Cham pion Giants of the league, has notified the club management that he proposes going to the training camp at Mar- lin, Texas, with the recruits two weeks earlier than had been expected. Doyle proposed this of his own voli tion, saying it was due to his desire personally to get into condition as early as possible. SANTA FE XOTKS. Items for this column may be phoned to 3915 or the State Journal office. Carl Rhoades, machinist of Win slow, Ariz., has returned after spend ing a few weeks here with relatives and friends. Professor F. F. Dawdy had charge of the noon hour meeting today in the new mill in the place of Rev. rl. J. Corwine. A. W. Wilson, local attorney for tne Santa Fe at Ness City, will come here the first of next week on company business. C F.. Cochran of the ticket audi tor's office will spend the week-end with relatives in Wichita. Clyde Rayburn has) been appointed clerk to the casting foreman in the Place of Ira Neiswinter, who has been appointed chief clerk to the store house foreman. Miss Martha Jennings of the audi tor of disbursement's office will spend Sunday with relatives in Emporia. Frank Collins of the ticket auditor s office Is in Kansas City for a few days visiting friends. Mrs. Gregg, wife of special agent ,. J. Gregg will leave the first of the week for Guthrie, Ok la., to visit rela tives and friends. J. W. Swart of the freight auditor s offices is in Kansas City, over the week-end. Mrs. Bvrn wife of J. H. Byrn. tele graph operator is in Kansas City, for a few days visiting friends. Chester and Dorothy Wahle child ren of J. Wahle of the freight audi tor's office, are in St. Joseph visiting relatives for a few days. G. P. Gustman of the freight audi tor's office is spending the week-end with relatives in Oklahoma City. C. S. Coe. foreman of tho store de partment is in Kansas City for a few- days on business. - - - Miss Ada McCray of the auditor ot disbursement's office is in Kansas City visiting relatives for a few days. J. B. Parsons, of the ticket auditor s office Is in Kinsley, Kan., for a few days visiting friends. C. E. Cochran of the ticket auditor s office is visiting relatives in Wichita for a few days. Gus Miner, machinist at Winslow, Ariz., has returned after spending a few weeks her with relatives. R. E. Brandt, of the freight f.uditor's office, will spend a few days next r.-eek in Purcell, Okla., on business. F. C. Spurrier, of the ticket auditor s office, is in Kansas City on business for a few days. Miss Eva Greist. of the 'auditor of disbursement's office, is in Kansas Cty for a few days. George Austin, general boiler inspec tor. Is in LaJunta. Colo., for a few days on company business. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skinner left to day for California to spend a few weeks vacation. D. W. Morse, of the freight claim department, is in Kansas City, for a. few days visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Anna Fairchild and son Floyd. wife and son of J. Fairchild. machinist in the shops, was called to Lamed, Kansas, by the serious illness of a rela tive. .1. N. Enoch, of the store department, his wife and granddaughter, are spend ing the week-end with relatives in St. Joseph. Miss Delia Hughes, of the freight claim department, is spending the ,verk-cnd with friends in Osawatonile. O. R. Waddle, of tile freight claim department, left yesterday for Chicago, to spend a short vacation with relatives and friends. David Isles, of the brass department, is spending the week-end vith friends in Wichita. Rev. A. R. Hodges, foreman r.f the hoile shops, will conduct religious meeting Sunday at the Baptist church at Wakarusa. Roy Sacco. apprentice in the tin shops, is visiting relatives in Osage City. . . . . H. Lenan. of tne Betlilenem bteci O1,fo Works at Pittsburg, Pa, was calling : ' on Santa Fe friends here this week. H H. St. John, of the freight claim assistant passenger traffic manager at department, has returned from a short i Gal vGston, has returned, after spend business trip to Kansas City. i ing a few days here on business. E. A. Young, of the ticket auditor's ! K. L. Vandegrift, editor of the office and Mrs. Young, are visiting Santa Fe Employees magazine, has relatives in Kansas City for a few days. L. Brown, general signal foreman has gone to California to spend a short vacation. J. W. Waldron will speak Sunday ' afternoon to the men at the K. 11. and w hicn tne louowmg men xur Y. M. C. A. at 3 o'clock. J. T Shaw. - nished: LeRoy Hetrlck, Ralph Young, a well known local musician, will sing. - Nicholas Lux, Ray Young. and Clyde Ml men Interested are cordially in- ' Morris. The piano solo by C. J. vited. iSpauldlng is worthy of special men- F. D. Pedigo of the freight auditor's ! tion.- J. L. Allen was a guest of the office is in Stron City for a few days visiting relatives. Miss Margaret Murphy of the audi tor of disbursements left Thursday for Memphis, Tenn.. where she will spend t her vacation with relatives. She will ' also visit In New Orleans, La., be fore her return. Engineer C. E. Yewell, who under went an operation at the company hospital two weeks ago, has returned home much improved. Engineer Chris McGinnis is off duty on account of a serious attack of ton silttis. Geot ge F. Graves, chief clerk to the ANT. 2 ffiSCELLAKEOOS AD3 ADVERTISING RATES: The rate for Inserting Want Ads in The Topeka State Journal Is one cent a word each tnsertlon, minimum 10 cents; by tha week 6 cents a word, minimum 60 cents. OF. TOWN advertisements must :oe ! :nl?anI h or check 11 rai i " ---U"?6; u -"-"g : ana .the rates per word for The Topeka 1 StJ2'e JoarnaL I CLOSINfl WrTTT X.nr Ads to bS ' classified Drnnpriv in Thft Tnneka State' next day as desired. COUNT THE WORDS of your Ad. in- wiuuing, rour words Tor state Journal aa drpss when such addres3 Is used: count each "Initial" letter and each number or combination of figures as one word Bank of Topeka to the Kaw Milling Co., part Reserve No. 4 A. Akerstrom and wife to H. Hawk. lots 157 s. i,i 55 Polk street J5.000 H. A. Whitlow and wife to D. J. Mitchell, e. i se. i 29-12-17 4,S w. bnedaker and wife to L. F. Fillmore, lots 46 to 436 Ohio ave.. J. Norton's 2nd add J. C. Seymour and wife to J. J. Cor- bctt, lots 244-45-6-7-8 Melrose sub...l,2C-s A. Caldwell and wife to J. D. Brizen dine and wife, lots 235-37 Liberty street, Rodgers & Davis add 25') J. Swanson and wife to J. C. Banda, lots 239-41 Lime St., Parkdale 661) C. S. Sturtevant to C. E. Brass bnuge, lot 20 block C, Harrison St., - arkdale 1,200 to. H. Charles and husband to A. W. Henry, lot 601 block B, Highland ave.. East Hill sub IKHOHWWHTS., I HAVE DECIDED to be a candidate for the office of Mayor of the City of Topeka, subject to tho action of the voters or tne city women and men who will da cide at the primary election Whether I will be a candidate or not at the sprin? election. FRANK M. STAHL. WANTED STENOGRAPHIC WORK iUKS. s. IX THAYER, public expert law stenographer and notary, depositions, briefs, typewriting, duplicating, etc. Room 521 ;Vew England Bldg., Fifth and Kan sas ave., Topeka. Office phone 206 W: nouse pnone zut R. MEN WOMEN. Get government parcel post jobs, S20.00 week. Write for list of positions open. I' ranknn Institute. Dep' 123-A, Rochester, N. Y. MEN WANTED to learn barber trait. i jw weeks completes a student; iest and latent methods used; positions secured; commissions paid while learning; tools given absolutely free with the lowest tui tion ever offered. Call or write at once, topeka Barber College. 232 Kansas. av tiDe, Topeka. Kansas. I WILL SART YOU earning 4 daily at home in spare time, slivering mirrors; no capital; free instructive booklet, giv ing plans of operation. G. V. Redmond, Dept. 165, Boston, Mass. LEARN REAL ESTATE business v mail. Great possibilities even as side line The small cost of our course is covered by absolute guarantee of satis faction. We will help you get started. Write for free particulars. National Co operative Realty Company, W-726 Mardcn Building. Washington, D. C. PICK YOUR JOB New Red Book, giving list of thousands Govt, position, not un der civil service. Postpaid $1.00. R. I'. Andrews Co., Washington. D. C. LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAICE men for nearby railroads. Wages $S0 to o-f Unit mnnlhlv prnmntlnn to enaineet'. conductor. Age 1S-35. experience unneces sary. Railroad employing neaaquarteis. Rushing business thousands of men em ployed monthly. State age; send stamp. Railway Association, care Journal. GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS Most thorough preparation $5. Returned if not appointed. Particulars free. American Civ-l Service School. Washington, D. O. BE A DETECTIVE Earn $150 to J300 monthly. particulars write Frederick Wagner, 1243 Lexington avenue. New York I MEN WANTED to learn barber trade. ! You can't appreciate our offer without lour catalogue, mailed free. Moler Barber : college. Kansas city. Mo. I MADE $50,000 in five years with a small mail order business; began with $5. Send for free booklet Tells how. Heacock. 61S Lockport, N. Y. AGENTS WANTED Portraits and frames, convex oil bromide. A winner. Dean Studio, 318 New Era Bldg., Chicago, 111. THIS ONE will get you money. Every one buvs at sight. Don't fail to handle it as your leader. 100 profit?. Free par ticulars. Dairy Supply Co., 2834 N. Asli land Ave.. Cl.i'ago. 111. CHI-LAQ. a quarter a quart Each quar- , ..I.--. .... m,V,c I'limrt r1 iimftrlft. polisnr cleanser and rencwer. Biggest ' asrent seller of the age. Live men ' i women wanted as sales agents. Chi j Chemical Co.. 5177 Euclid ave.. Cleveland returned to Chicago, atter Deing nere 'several days on company business. j At the last meeting of the Young : Men's Social club Tuesday evening at I the R. R. Y. M. C. A. exceptionally good rnusic was i thorcug y Joyed. , club. Rev. Mr. "Waldron's subject for Sun day afternoon at the R. R. Y. M. C. A- will be "Any Old Time." The Leeompton basketball team will play the R. R. Y. M. C. A. team this evening at the association build ing. . Card or Thanks. We desire to thank our friends who were so kind at the time of the last sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother. Also we feel grateful for the beautiful floral designs. W. J. Glasco, Mrs. Georgia L- Hayden. Adv. W JMNTED- WANTED Saleslariv to nreaent an - 1 tensive line custom shirting to the men of Topeka. Salary and commission. M. Glasse clothes shop. Majestic Theater r-ast sth St. - LADIES make shields at home, $10 per 100. Work sent prepaid to reliable wo men. Particulars for stamped addressed envelope. Eureka Co., Dept. 113C. Kala mazoo, Mich. LADIES to make shields at home. 20 per 100; ordinary plain sewing: can make four an hour; material furnished; work sent prepaid. Send stamped adressed en velope for particulars. Paragon Supply Co., N 515 Chestnut ave- Kansas City. Mo. AN EXPERIENCED wWte girl for gen eral housework. Mrs. T. F. Garver, i'-o Harrison. References required. .experience unnecessary, ucuraay fe Co.,- Chicago. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS open to wo men. $80.00 month. Write for list of positions open. Franklin Institute, Dep't 715 A., Rochester, N. Y. W ANTED Experienced lady compositor X-Rays Ptg., 217 W. 5th. WANTED SALESMEN. SALESMAN for general trade. Staple line, $35 weekly advance on commission. Experience unnecessary; simply all around hustler with clean record. D. W. Barrows. Station A, Detroit. SALESMEN Can : earn $4,000 to $7,000. Staple lines. New, successful business building plan. Exclusive territory. Lib eral contract to good men. Box 1047, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. EXPERIENCED SPECIALTY SALES men to first sell, then organize sales force. "Champion" complete accountant (fireproof) combination safe, desk, ac count system, money drawer and com plete recorder. State full qualifications. Jr.e Ch.-impion Register Co., Cleveland Ohio. SALESMEN to sell new educational spec ialty to school boards. Exclusive terri tory. No competition. Liberal proposition- Union School Furnishing company, 10S4 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. AMBITIOUS SALESMEN, neat appear ance, call on merchants in their terri tory; elegant sideline, convenient to carry; good commissions, prompt remit tance. Belmont Mfg. Co.. Cincinnati. O. SALESMAN WANTED Earn $250 per month; sell dealers' highly advertised article exclusively or side line. No sam ples to carry. Imperial Co., St. Louis, Mo. KEMPER-THOMAS Co., Cincinnati. want traveling men for advertising fans as sideline. Quick money, $50 to $75 week ly. Copyrighted designs. Selling season now on Apply Fan Dept. - WE WANT TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS. CALL OR PHONE 3749-617 and 619 QUINCY. TOPEKA IBROKEEASE CO. GOOD milk cows, fat cattle and veal calves. W. c. A. Leltzow. Tel. iS7. VEAL CALVES, fat cattle, N. ave. 2279 K. 4. H. M. Bush. Central WAOTEDFraMTHJME We pay highest "ash prices for second hand furniture. Exchange new goods tor old. W. H. Staions Furnltur Co.. tli Kansas ava. Phone 1724. OLD FASHIONED WEAVING. Moved from 616 Jackson to 522 Topeka ave. Phone biM Blue, Mrs. Mattle Orr. WANTED By couple an unfurnished house. Address oedroom in a moaern M" care Journal. WANT to make money while attending school? Buy good Journal route at once. Phone 568. WANT small stock of groceries in good location : must be cheap for cash. Ad dress A. T. Harrison 820 West Sixth. WANTED Young saddle horse. must be gaited. 2279 K-4. DRESSMAKING, plain and fancy, by the day. fnone q-ia jtea. WANTED To buy a straight first mort gage oi moderate amount on Topeka city or Shawnee county real estate. Call at 110 West Sixth street. LARGE unfurnished housekeeping rooms, upstairs. Adults Phone 2901 Red. FRONT ROOMS in a cottage, light housekeeping, gas and coal; rent reason able. 201 Polk. Call after 6. MODERN furnished rooms, one on 1st floor; one on 2nd floor; private family. 401 K. 8th. Phone 2g57 Blue. FOR RENT 2 housekeeping rooms, mod- ern. 1311 Jackson FOR'RKNT Downstairs sleeping rooms, East xth. Tel. 2y:i:; h:in. FOR RENT Modern furnished, only $2 per week.- 217 Y. Mh st. FURNISHED ROOMS, light housekeep ing; also sleeping rooms. 2li K. 5th. MOM TPOM &JEMATOM Or representative, 1 block to state house. Coal furnace heat. 316 West 7th. 2207 Blue. FURNISHED ROOM, single or en suite, hot water heat, electricity, bath. 911 West 10th. Phone 2819 Red. FURNISHED housekeeping room, close in. 107 E. 13th. STRICTLY MODERN furnished rooms, $2 and up per wenk. 2ES7 Blue. FOR RENT Modern furnished front room, 809 Monroe. Tel. 3700. uxreKOTSHISD room. S6 month with furnace heat;- modern. 2784 Red. 418 WEST 7TH, elegantly furnished suite of rooms for two or more gentlemen; also large front room with alcove. 3667. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 700 East 7th st. housekeeping 2 ROOMS for rent. Phone 2950 Black. Partly furnished. NICELY furnished room for rent. Phone 2268 Blue TWO extra pleasant housekeeping, mod ern, close in. $20. 2242 White. HOUSEKEEPING rooms, very cheap, over grocery store. Sixth and Topeka ave. Dr. Heatherly. - Journal Ads Get Results. FOR RENT HOUSES. 327 GREENWOOD, 7 rooms, hall, modern; hot water heat, $38. EEOTA1U 1317 East 4th., 3 room flat and bath...$ 6.00 4S3 Topeka ave.. 4 unfurnished rm. 12 60 617 Locust St., 3 -room cottage. 6.V 1701 Van Buren St., 5-room cottage li.tn) 63) Branner St., 6-room house 12.00 S27 Huntoon, 6-room flat, modern.... 228 Circle St., 6-room house 10.( 404 Buchanan, 6-room house . .. 12.00 1431 Topeka ave., 8-room . residence, strictly modern 35.00 1410 W est 6th St.. S-room residence, strictly modern 32.50 1S26 Buchanan, 8-room resdence, strictly modern . '. 27.50 1112 Polk st., 7-room house, modern... 22.00 132& Polk St., 8-room house, modern... 25-00 629 Tyler St., 7-room house, modern.. IV. 00 A. A; MIDGETS & . 110 West 6th St. FOUR ROOM - COTTAGE, 1013 St., $10. Phone 4396 Black. Jefferson 1831 Lincoln, 5 rooms $ 9.00 1113 W. 6th, 7 rooms, bam 18.00 516 Polk, 5 rooms 15.00 CYRUS GUTHRIE & CO. 116 B. 6th. Phone 730 VT. FOE MEM1 Dwellings, large and small. See me if you want a house. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W. 6th. Tel. 228. 1223 MONROE. 6 large rooms, partiy modern, $15. Phone 613. J'OR RENT Fine modern rooming hQuse, close in, also 2 five-room houses. Phone 2525 Red. 3 BLOCKS of avenue, 6 rooms, modern except furnace, $20. 1035 Madison st. FOR RENT 5 room cottage, 509 Lane st Phone 4445 Red. FOR RENT 5 room modern cottage, 509 Lane st- Phone 4445 Red. FOR RENT Fine 4 room cottage at 1013 Arch, fronting Westlawn park. Call at 1009 Arch. FOR RENT Nice modern 7-room house. 200 Topeka ave. 1858 White. FOR RENT Good six-room house with barn, corner 22nd and Van Buren. See Mrs. H. L. Grice, 2029 Van Buren. or phone 4561 Black. 6 R. HOUSE, family garden, chicken lot, $7.00. 3919. C-ROOM MODERN house, 5 blocks from sta.te house grounds. 1508 Harrison. TO FAMILY without children, modern 4 room cottage, $17. Inquire 1214-W. 5th st. FOR RENT 8 room modern house, ce ment basement. 6 blocks state house, $25. Phone 1941 Red. FOR RENT Good six-room house wUti barn, corner 22nd and Van Buren. En quire 2029 Van Buren or phone 4561 Black FOR RENT 4 rooms and hall, 1006 West 6th. modern. 7 ROOM HOUSE on Polk st. Lyon. Phone 4235 Black. Thos. S. FOR RENT Good six-room house with barn, corner 2nd and Van Buren. See Mrs. H. L. Grice, 2029 V an Buren. FOR RENT 8 room house. 1271 Tyler. modern, good repair; key at house north. Phone 2411 Blue. FOR RENT OR SALE like rent, 6 room hall and bath, moaern, oak finish. 400 Western ave. FOR RENT 3 room cottage, 430 Chandler St.. $8. Phone 972. FOR RENT 2 modern houses. 622 and 1248 Topeka ave. phone 2048 Red. FOR RENT 4 room house, 716 Chestnut; 7 room modern house, 70 Buchanan. Betzer Realty & Loan Co.. New Jing. Bldg. FOR RENTMISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Choice front offices on Kan sas ave., with office furniture water tad light. F. S. Thomas. 619 Kansas a'v Phone 298. FOR RENT Improved 160 acre farm, Jackson county, Kan. A. P. Wilson, owner, 217 West 5th. - STONE BARN for team and wagon auto. 415 Van Buren. FOR RENT 40 acre farm. 25 cult., bal ance pasture, 4 room house, stable, poul try house, orchard, near Wllliamstown, Jefferson Co. $125 cash. J. P. Miller. 531 Kan. Ave, phone 1518-W. FOR RENT Good SO in Coffey Co. er, 330 Kansas ave., Topeka. Own- FOR RENT Store room and basement. 29 Kansas ave. 2299 Blue. i!!IMB!LES ' ' AOTO SNAPi Two 1910 five passenger Stafford cam. equipped: 5 lamps, presto light tank War- ' iitr sufteuomeier. eicctnc lights, top and curtains, glass front in fact rully equip ped and all ready for the road. Also ontr 1911 fore door Stafford, equip ped as above, also with self starter new tires all round in the very best of condi tion. These are real bargains. Better call and look them over. J. IF. BIILOMGS AUTO . Phone 3402. 121 West 7th St. ELECTRO AUTO, warranted batteries; original cost $1,800; will take $050; party leaving, phone 103. FOR SALE A .4V4x5'4 plate kodak. M9 Quincy-. ' 240 EGG Cyphers incubator in good condi tion. Telephone 2974 Black. FOR SALE Good 1.400 lb. farm mare, years old, $140. Phone 2307 N 1. 250 Ches ter, Oakland. FOR SALE One set. ten well bound vol umes. Photographic History of Civil War. Cost $30; first offer $20 cash get them. Books, care Journal. FOR SALE Almost new atnve. Price $8.00; also 4 hole cook good beating stove. Price $5.00. 201 E. 21st st. 469-R. ' Phone BOOK CASE, stove, dining room furni ture, desk, bed. 327 Greenwood. FOR SALE At very reasonable price, talking machine and 14 records, good condition. Chas. H. Dale, 201 E. Euclid, phone 4906 Black. FOR SALE Unclaimed nigs, all sizes and at attractive prices. O. McCornuck Rug Factory. 522 Van Buren at FOR SALEjSCELUNEOUS. FOR SALE Fine wood In stove lengths. Phone 2976-K8. FOR SALE Good four hole gas range. 2939 White. n 7TO7 NTrt Ti?TriTrWCfra l(.y n U U hvC M.h r JJ $5 BUYS $25 WORTH OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS. BALANCE $1.00 PER WEEK. OUR RENT IS CHEAP. WE SELL CHEAP. H.TT0PEKA WUEM. CO. 602-610-612 N. KANSAS AVE.,. Just South. U. P. R. R. Depot, N. Topeka, phone 1763. FOR SALE One large Buck Oak heater. - Mrs. Dwjer, 300 Lawrence. Tel. 2273 White. " , . TYPEWRITERS. New and slightly used typewriters, sale or rent. Any makes. Topeka Typewriter Exchange, 429 Kansas ave. FOR' SALE Alfalfa hay. 79 K 4. ONE 74 horsepower motor for sale or exchange for one 500 volt. Floyd C- Cox Planing Mill, 611 East 10th. Phone 203. FOR SALE The best electric shoe shop In state. Champion Stitcher with com plete finishing shaft 16 ft. long, good lo cation. Also a shining parlor for sale, length 12 feet, six seats; new mirror 3x10. 529Vfe Topeka ave. FOR SALE Jewell coal heater, gas range, sideboard. 2741 Black. FOR SALE Cheap, 1912 Model Liquid Iceless Soda Fountain; fine condition. Also carbonator. Will pack for shipment. Address Soda Fountain, care Journal. SEWING MACHINE, 628 Branner st. Phone 1485-R FOR SALE Barber shop. 416 E. 4th st. FAMILY DRIVING mare, city broke, weigh 1.000 lbs.; also buggy and hai ness. 1001 Polk st. Phone 208i Red. SALE OR TRADE 5 passenger Bulck cneap, owner, jay Kansas ave., mtta FOR SALE Restaurant at 204 W. 6th st. FIVE PASSENGER Ford auto in fine condition, cheap. Telephone 1042. ONE upright gasoline engine, twin cylin der. Good shape. Also i horsepower gasoline engine. Phone 2771-N3. r. ..... . - . , T I . T" 1 - C C . 1 . ..1.1 can be registered, $10. A. W. Smith.. 1200 E. 8th. 500 VAN BUREN, 6 rooms, sink in kitchen cistern, gas; save car fare. SALE of household goods at 420 W. 7th from 9 until 4 Monday. FOR SALE Household furniture, gas stoves, etc., cheap, parties leaving city Call 100S West 6th St. HEAVY TEAM, harness, new wagon harrow, plow. Call 3077 today or Mun t'sy. ROTTED MANURE, 3919. trees, good dirt. THOROUGHBRED Jersey red male hogs of serviceable age; eligible to pedigree. M. O'Keefe. Phone 8190-F13. FOR RENT 7 room modern house, 707 Buchanan. Betzer Realty & Loan Co., New Eng. Bldg. CHOICE Winesap and Ben Davis apples', delivered. JohnS. Grlffing, 3961N-2. SEVERAL pieces of nice furniture for sale, cheap. 504 Horne. Phone 365-R. FOR SALE Alfalfa. Call 923 Kansas ave. BED, Macy bookcase, sideboard, lounge, girl's bicycle. 1105 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Feather bed at S19 Quincy. FOR SALE Stock of general merchandise. Will lease or sell building. No trades. Chas. Klelnhans, Grantville, Kansas. FOR SALE Blacksmith shop, stock, tools, good location; only shop In town. For particulars address E. V. Hansen, Wayne, Kan. FOR SALE The 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. FOR SALE Cheap, well equipped laun dry doing good business; easy terms. Address Bargain, care Journal. FOR SALE Canning factory; also cherry orchard. F. Sardou. WANTED Steady, competent and moral printer to accept rare choice with in terest in Kimball Printing Co. No capital needed unless party desires to invest. FINE BAKERY AND VARIETY STORE. Sell separate or together. 7 pail ca-:iii trade. Full particulars by letter. Lock Box 403. Wray, Colo- . FOR SALE The best little wholesale and retail business on Kansas ave-. cheap rent. About $2,000 required. Room 2, 418 Kansas ave. FOR SALE POULTRY. PURE BRED Plymouth Rock and White Leghorn cockerels. 2803 K-3. FOR SALE White Leghorn hens, phone 2112 Blue. FOR SALE Indian Runner duck. J. F. Petrlk. Phone 2358 K-3. - FOR SALE Thoroughbred cockerels, alte and Buff Orpington; White Wyandotte and Barred Rocks. 163u To peka ave. FOR SALE S. C. R. I. cockerels. Harry Mentzer. 1634 Mulvane St.. Topeka. Kan. FOR SALE Three White Orpington roosters, also setting hen. phone 2276 K2. FOR SALE About 24 doz pullets; have just begun to lay, about 1-3 pure bred White Leghorns; also 15 pure bred White Leghorn cockerels. 201 E. 21st st. Phone 469-R. BUFF COCHIN, bantoms, pure bred. J. C. Bostwlck, Hoyt. Kan. CYPHERS, Buckeye. Economy and Fair field Incubators. International Hoverf, Poultry and Dairy supplies. SNYDER SEED CO.. 627 Quincy. ROSE COMB RHODE ISLAND REDS Hens, pullets and cockerels. Phone 2883 ' Black. 217 West 21st. FOR EXCHANGE. WEILL following property for vacant lots: S room moaern nouse. except turnace. on lots. w side, fine Neighborhood. 5 room modern cottage, except furnace. l',4 lots, Central Park neighborhood. 5 room modern bungalow, except fur nace, lots, Elmhurst. Equity in business block paying 10 per cent income. SMAWHEE AGENCY 534 Kansas Ave. Phone fr'S. FOR EXCHANGE 320 ifcres Kiowa Co., Colorado; relinquishment; 9 miles from R. K. town. Your chance for farm, cheap. P. C. MOORE. 851 Wabash Ave.. Oakland. 210 ACRES, well Improved farm, 1 mile from Osborne, Kan., extra good farm, for smaller farm or Topeka property. 160-acre improved farm for western land or Topeka property. Modern house and livery barn on 3 lots in Topeka. good rental, for farm, will pay difference or assume. Large stock of new buggies and livery stock, good paying business for land. $4,500 stock of windmills, plumbing and well business, the exclusive business in a town of 5,000, doing a $50,000 business annually, for land or Topeka property. 160 acres, extra good wheat farm, in Rus sell county, Kan., for sale. 110 a. in wheat, all extra good level wheat land. Price $22.50 per acre. W. L. McUuire, 1014 Kan sas ave., Topeka, Kan. Phone 477. FOR EXCHANGE for good automobile equity qf $300 in small building site, two blocks capitoL Address "Ben," care Jour nal EXCHANGES Have you a piece of real estate for trade if so send full description with price and say about what you will trade for We havu a large list of trades; we may be able to match yours; no commission: give your phone number and street address. Address Inland M. Co., City. SALE OR TRADE Fine, up to date drug store. It has fair business. While not a druggist I have other business. Call next 10 days. Owner, 330 Kansas ave., Topeka FOR EXCHANGE 160 acres in Choctaw Co., Oklahoma, unimproved, mortgage $1,000, 5 years' equity for team.wago n and harness. Craver & Co., Merchandise Brokers, 508 Kansas ave.. Topeka, Kan. FOR EXCHANGE One 160 acre wheat farm, center of Kansas wheat belt, 110 acres now in growing wheat, up and look ing fine, balance 60 acres can be culti vated. Price $4,000 or will exchange for Topeka residence or business rental prop erty. Telephone 610 R, or call at 322 E. 5th st. JTIRSAI FOR SALE The horses and mares owned by John M. Wilkerson. See them at 1010 North Kansas ave. Matt Campbell, guar dian. FOR SALE Fresh 5-year-old Jersey cow. 216 Davies st. phone 2084 K-2. FOR SALE Good work mare, about 9 years old, weight about 1100. Price $40. 201 E. 21st St. Phone 469-R. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness for cash; will sell separate. Phone 1481 Blue. REGISTERED Percheron stallion for sale, two years old, $300. W. P. Kimbal, Route 4. Topeka. 3911 K-ll. FIVE young sound horses and farm mares. 128 Topeka ave. ONE 9-year-old work horse, 1400 lbs. Phone 783-K2. MISCELLANEOUS. HATH GOODS made of combings. Noltlng. 4577 K-2. Topeka. Mis NOTICE We rent Underwood typewriters and are most interested in satisfaction given. High grade visible machines $3.00 DeJ month. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. 109 W. 7TH ST. PHONE 579. TOPEKA, KANSAS. CINDERS FREE. City Hand Laundry. EVENING LAW lectures on commercial branches lor employed men; classes be ginning February 1-15. Wamburn Law School. WE IXAD a car of household goods for holse, Idaho, aoout March 1st. Booher Moving and Storage Co. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. YES WE MMFE HT JOST COMPLETED One of those nifty up-to-date modern homcx. double floors throughout, beauti fully finished in that handsome dark oak, mirror doors on all sides, full cennnt basement and sidewalks, nlate rl:i fr,mi one of those handy arranged kitchens for your wife, six rooms with sleeping porch, east front. Price right, with small pay ment down. Call owner, SOT'S Blue. Five room house, six east front Jo's, cistern, well, shade, corner, sidewalk, street pavement allowed to corner; this property growing in value. WELSON 'St HEHSWAMGER J. J. HENDERSON, Salesman. Phone 948. 111 West Sixth Ave. WIBIEAT LAMB I have for disposal several quarters and half section tracts In vicinity of Arkalon and Plains, Kansas. There are some good bargains among these from $9.50 to $15 per acre on liberal terms. This territory has proven to be very profitable in producing wheat for the few years. Write for fur ther particulars. R. ID). BLAME . Topeka, Kan., 525 Kansas Ave. FINE GRAIN and stock farm, 420 acies. alfalfa, bluegrass and corn land, good improvements, $lco per acre, might con sider half clear trade. E. T. Thomson. 44 K St.. Bedalia. Mo FOR SALE Four east front lots. Brooks ave. near 8th. I'honu 2344.