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TOPEKA .DAH.T STATE . JOTOHAE MONDAY EVENING; JUNE 23.1913-
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ONE large furnished housekeeping room with alcove and veranda, $3.00 week; one first floor furnished housekeeping room, $2.50 week; fine location; children allowed. 412 W. 7th. FOR RENT July 1. 4 good front office rooms, hot water heat, toilet, hot and cold water, gas and electric lights. Private stairway. Inquire 829 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 2, 6 or 7 unfurnished rooms, first floor, 709 West 6th. Inquire 715 West 6th, or room 3, Mulvane Bids. Tele. 1490-W. FOR RENT Modern furnished room for nurses or lady. 1118 West. Phone 2246 White. TOPEKA MAIL. CARRIERS WANTED Average $30 month. Topeka examinations coming. Specimen questions free. Frank lin Institute. Dept 121 E. Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Experienced grocery clerk with some meat cutting experience. Ap ply FihWeOrocryCo;NOtJ WANTED Experienced deliveryman. Pibble Orocery Co.. South side store. MN for factorv work. Apply Topeka ' Creamery Co.. 1000 N. Kansas ave. FARM HANDS, harvest hands wanted; apply 532 Kansas ave.. upstairs. WANTED Young man for outside work. E. B. Guild Music Co. Ibnte WANTED Good white girl for general house work; no washing or Ironing. 13. Fillmore. WANTED Good hand lroners. Sta r Laundry. White WANTED Competent white woman for general house work; no washing; must be good cook. 407 Mulvane Bldg. Phone S293. AGENTS Make $5 to $10 per day, easiest, fastest seller ever offered; big profits. Write us. S. B. Auto Co., 112 Main Bis marck. Mo. WANTED Ladles. Exclusive territory. Fast sellers. Agents make $15 to $20 weekly. Write Cook Mfg. Co., 219 Hall Bldg. 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. WANTED FUKKHTDKE We pay highest cash prices for second hand furniture. Exchange new goods for ld. w. H. Stalons Furniture Co., 411 Kansas ave. phone 1724. WE PAY highest cash price for 2nd hand clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop a card or call 1643. E. Scrinopski & Son. 408 Kansas ave. WE WANT TO BUY YOUR. HOVSEHOLD GOODS. CALL, OR PHONE 3743. 617 and 619 QUINCY. TOPEEA BROKERAGE CO. WANTED You to know that the Blue Line Transfer Co. gives satisfaction moving household goods and pianos. Phone 1230. 116 E. 6th. GOOD sound delivery horse. Mutual Laundry. 3rd and Quincy. VEAL CALVES, fat cattle. H. M. Bush. Phone 1365. GOOD r.illk cows, fat cattle and veal calves. W. C. A.. Leitzow. Tel. 257. FOR RENT 5 rooms, close in, at 202 Jackson. $10. Inquire at Old Home Bakery, 810 N. Kansas ave. FRONT ROOMS, sleeping or housekeep ing, ground floor, modern, private fam ily. 1122 Kansas ave. $26 MADISON, r..cely furnished modern room for gentleman. Phone 956 R. TWO furnished, close in, extra pleasant, modern, $16. 242 White, FOR RENT Modern furnished light housekeeping room. 407 Monroe. FOR RENT 2 modern housekeeping rooms, furnished. 2472 White. WEST SIDE, close in, furnished room, modern, cool, private family. Phone 1736 Red. I MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms; also sleeping room. 2603 White. 7 WO FURNISHED housekeeping rooms with piano. Call Swearingen, Jeweler, 6n Kansas, FOR RENT Large modern furnished room, only $2 per week. 217 West 6th St. TWO desirable rooms, outside entrance, 525 Topeka ave.. $6.00 per month. Phone 2S67 Blue. ROOMS furnished for housekeeping; best location. 320 East 4th st. TWO LARGE furnished front housekeep ing rooms, $3.25 week. 716 Western ave. 2039 Black. FOR RENT No. 1009 Monroe St., four rcoms: reasonable rent. MODERN furnished rooms. 625 Harrison St. FOR RENT 8 room strictly modern; large barn, at 1404 Polk st. Inquire at Old Home Bakery. 810V4 N. Kansas ave. MODERN seven room residence, 312 West Fourth. Inquire first house west. COTTAGE, 717 Clay, barn, etc., modern, $25. 2242 White. 6 ROOM modern house, 1226 Monroe. Phone 1775 Red. FOR RENT 5 room cottage, 124 Monroe St., $10. Inquire 313 Quincy. phone 2361 Blue. FOR RENT Five room modern house, 315 West 12th. cistern, gas electricity. FOR KENT-3-roora cottage at 611 E. 5th: no children allowed. reference. 4072 Black. FOR RENT Furnished house for sum merimiKlngstPhone1802. EXTRA good residence, six large rooms, near 6th and Lane. $20. 2242 White. IO FAMILY without children, room modern cottage, $20; also 4 room cottage, $17. Inquire 1214 W. Sth. FOR RENT 906 Fillmore st.. strictly mod ern 6 room cottage. Apply to Mr. E. Williams, care The Crosby Bros. Co. JODERN 8-room house 831 Jackson; also double house 329 Jackson, good repair. Inquire 325 Jackson. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT Close in: Inquire 730 Topeka avenue, forenoons. FOR RENT 10 room modern. West side apartment house, sleeping porch and barn. 5 room cottage, 1312 W. 16th St., remodeled. 4 room house, 714 Chestnut st. 6 room house, 705 Buchanan st. Betzer Realty & Loan Co.. New England Bldg. HOUSE, I227H Monroe. 6 large rooms; wa ter, gas, $12.50 per mo. Call 513. 1128 POLK, 7 room house, gas, bath, barn; also 913 West 6th, 7 room house and barn. 2299 Blue. 5 ROOM COTTAGE, modern except fur nace. $20. 1217 W. 6th st- Phone 5046 Blue. FOB RENT-FLATS. FOR RENT Suites 2 or 3 rooms or all i together, strictly modern, very close in, private bath, steam heat in winter, hot and cold water and gas for cooking fur nished. A. Jacobson, 600 Kansas ave. Phone 153S W. FOR RENT Two modern flats. One with Bleeping porch and garage. Betzer Realty & Loan Co.. New England Bldg. FOR RENT Heinz flat, 214 East Eighth. FOB RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Store building and grocery store fixtures complete, good location, also 4 large living rooms, only $15. 1114 N. Van Buren St. Anthony P. W,ilson (own er), 1220 N. Logan st. Phone 2938 Red. 4 MODERN office rooms, equipped Tor dental office, plumbing, electricity and work bench, best location. A. Jacobson, 600 Kansas ave. Phone 1538 W. FOR RENT Large barn. SIS Quincy. phone 2361 Blue. WE FURNISH flat wagons for straw rides; for prices call Booher Moving A Storage Co., 419-21-23 East Fourth. Phone 696. . FOR RENT Store room and basement. 929 Kansas ave. 2299 Blue. FOR RENT Piano. The Residence Piano Store. Phone 3280. T. C. Roe. llLLANEOUS OLID FASHIONED WEAVIK ' 12S7 Garfield ave. is the place to take your rags if you want lovely rugs. Mrs. Mattie Orr. Phone 4868 White. FOR SALE REAL FSTATE. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. plasantly located in a home of your own? If not, why not. Le us show you one of these. Automobiles at your service. New, 4 rooms, 3 piece bath, cellar, hot and cold water, gas and electricity, VA lots, close in. Price $2,100, $50 cash, balance easy monthly payments. New, 6 rooms, 3 piece bath, cemented collar, hot and cold water, decorated, light fixtures, 1 lots, price $2,250. $100 cash, balance easy terms. 4 rooms, cellar, gas for heat and light, cistern. Price $900, $25 cash, balance 10 per month. 5 rooms, cellar, well, gas, V& lots, on pavement and car line. Price $1,150. $50 cash and $12.43 per month. 534 KANSAS AVE. PHONE 505. TEAT SUBOEEMI HOME Should be bought at once so as to give you plenty of time to make improvements before spring. Prices are advancing and you should get the benefit of the present quotations. . . 5 acres, west of Washburn college, fine location, fine laying piece of land. Price $1,300. 6 acres, same location as above. Well located but a little rough. Want an offer. olklrn finTmacadam road, west of Washburn college, lays fine, some al fal Joins ?aendnseeUin at"$2W to $225 per acre. Our price $160 per acre. AUTO ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE. TEE WHTOETT LAND COMPASfT 109 W. 6th. Phone 1644- W. . 522, LAWRENCE T. For Sale Cheap-2-story. 5-room house 16 93 barrel cistern, g. '" d apple tree 40 feet across. See owner ana save commission. Rents for $1- if not sold. Phone 1905 Red. BARGAIN 6-acre tract for sale, west city. Call phone 2808 is--- FOR SMdV8SSy for SALE Genuine Spencer sweet peas. F?3.rZZZrr,A delicate shades; extra large" blossoms", long stems. Phone 1704 K-l. . - Trro SALE City Hotel fixtures for cash. ??od bargain; centrally located, and cl?se to def ot. Address Frank Wagner. Marvsvlti. Tprto RALE Good pianos at the Residence Piano Store, 1156 Wayne avenue, phone 3280 Allow no one to persuade you from a visit here. T. C. Roe. cwt?? music box and tablbe, good oak SWISS.muslc .,H hall tree. 217 Huntoon. IRON awning frame 25x20 ft. at less than price. Phone 1235. cvfOND cutting alfalfa, fine leafy, de T" Millet seed. Phone 2601 Black. prya SALE Unclaimed rugs, all sizes and at attractive prices. O. McCormlck Rug c-o,.-v. 522 Van Buren st. TOUNG sound horse, harness and top buggy. 128 Topeka ave. FOR SALE Genuine Spencer sweet peas. Phone 1704 K-l. ; FOR SALE Pianola, cheap. Telephone 684. CELERY PLANTS, 60c per hundred; ast ers cheap. 1023 Monroe. 2374 Black. FOR SALE. One -0 horse power 5 passenger automo bile in best condition and all complete, new tires. This is a bargain. Ideal Mo tor Car Co.. 627 Jackson St.. Topeka, Kan FOR SALE Steam trap. See foreman stereotype room. State Journal. FOR SALfc-HQBMJML 19 wttaD big work horses and mares, one team of mares, weight 2800. $180: the bal ance will range m weight from 1000 to 1600 pounds: Prices $50 to $85 If you are needing a work team here is the place to "rt it Hlroelburger. 6th and Golden ave. p-or calE 30 head of Jersey and Guren Ty ctws. 2 to 7 years old. fresh and L- fresh; all tested cows. A special pre on bunch. O. N. Himelburger. 4 vnn SALE Fine driving horse, city broke "Harness thrown in. 825 N. Kan- . - PhnTiP 562. Sas ttvgr. FOR SALE 8-year-old horse. 608 N. Kan- 1 sve. - " v FOR SALE Pony buggy and harness at Mulvane st. FOR BALE Horses suitable for farm work. Topeka Laundry Co. FOR SALE Good sound combination horse wt. 1,250 lbs., 4 mile east Sea brook church. Strickrott. 1 REGISTERED Jersey bull for service. Fees $L00. Himberger, 6th and Golden :0R SALE POULTRY. S1P1ECHAL FFOTMS Lowman Hill, 2" lots?, n.e'w" bungalow, 5 rooms, bath room,,, pantry, closets, well etc., $1,650. Part cash or vacant lots. Buchanan street, 3 lots, nearly new house, 6 rooms, cement cellar and walks, cistern, pump inside, well and pump, gas, porches, barn, car and paving close. $1,800. Small cash - payment.- Big bargain and easy terms. . Highland : Park, 4 lots,, new house, 6 rooms and bath room, good cellar, gas light and heat, stabble, chicken house, garden, cement walks,' car close. $2,500. Prat cash. Might trade for downtown building about equal value. Western avenue, 2 lots, 7 rooms, hall, grate, bath, gas, cistern, well, barn, fruit, extra nice lawn and shade, car close, $3,500. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W. 6th. Tel. 228. TWO BLOCKS OF New 6 room house, never occupied, large fireplace in living room, all oak down stairs, hand decorated, large sleeping porch. This must be seen to be apprec iated. It will be sold on payments like rent, or would take in a good building site. CLAUPE E. MEIL (BUILDER.) Phone 578-W. 201 New England Bldg. FOR SALE 640 acres well improved farm near Prescott, Arkansas, artesian wells, running water. 2 fine set of improvements, one of the best alfalfa and stock farms; a big bargain at $50 per acre, part time; many other small farms in Arkansas for sale and trade. A. L. Furman, Topeka, Kan., 811 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Western Kansas farm lands, 160 acres in Grant Co., $700. 160 acres Wichita Co., $800. 160 acres Hamilton Co., $700. 160 acres Mead Co., $750 cash. Ten sections good farm land, $6.00 per acre, 1-3 cash. 1,600 acres well improved Colo rado ranch, $10 per acre. 10 quarters at $1,000 cash each. A. L. Furman, Topeka, Kan., 811 Kansas ave. 4341 MAMSOH Only $1,750 for this close in 6 room, 2 story frame house, gas.bath , rents for $17.00. CYRUS GUTHRIE & CO. 116 E. 5th. Phone 1730-W. FOR SALE 320 acres well improved farm, close to Grove. Shawnee Co., 13 miles from Topeka, has fine crops this year, price $52.60 per acre; carry $8,000. A. L. Furman, . Topeka, Kan., 811 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE 2 story brick building on Kansas ave., lot 150x25 ft., building 70x25 ft., basement and rooms above side track in rear. Price $7,000; clear. A. L. Fur man, Topeka, Kan., 811 Kansas ave. 3 MELEOSE LTSJ3E(0) East front, on College avenue. Must sell this week for cash. COTTRELL CO., 107 E. 7th. Tel. 556, 3408. FOR SALE My fine 8 room modern home; large lawn; old shade; or will trade for a smaller house. ' S. E. M-, care Journal. FILLMOEE 6 room modern. $3,000. Keys next door. W R. AxtelL 1352 Mulvane. FOR SALE OAKLAND BARGAINS. 157 Oakland ave., 7 roomB, hall, cellar, well, house newly painted and -rooms pa pered; large elm shade trees; on car line. Six choice comer lots, only $1,300. Im mediate possession. P. C. Moore, office 351 Wabash ave. FOR SALE OR RENT In Arlington Heights, 24 lots, 3 room house and barn. 2484 K-2. FOR SALE Cheap. 303 Chandler, 3 room cottage. 318 Branner. COPE'S PRODUCE OFFERS published In FOR SALE 1 lots, 5 room cottage, city daily market report this paper. water, cistern, sewer. Phone 176b Red. LEGAL. Published in The Topeka State Journal June 23, 1913. OBDINAaCENO. 4239. AN ORDINANCE creating sewer district No. 36, defining the territory and estab lishing the boundary thereof, providing for an entire and complete system of sewerage in said district and providing for a special assessment to pay for the construction of the sewer in said dis trict. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF TOPEKA: Section 1. That there be, and is hereby created a sewer district in The City of To peka. Kansas, to be known and desig nated as Sewer District No. 36; said sew er district to comprise the following de scribed territory, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the north line of Thirteenth street where it is intersected by the west line, produced, of the alley running north and south Immediately west of Madison street in Shawnee Place Add.; thence east along the north line of Thirteenth to the center line of Shunga nunga Creek; thence southerly and easterly along the center line of Shunganunga Creek to its intersection with the center line of Adams street, Shawnee Place Addi tion, produced northerly; thence south along the center line of Adams street to tup center line of Fifteenth street; thence westerly along the center line of Fif teenth street to a point directly south of a point which is on the north line of Fifteenth) street and 96 feet east from the east line of the A. T. & S. F. railway Right of way in a ravine; then north to said last described point; thence northeasterly following the center of said ravine to its intersection with the west line, produced southerly, of the alley west of Madison street, Shawnee Place Addition; . thence northerly along the west line of said alley to the north) line of Thirteenth street; which is the place of beginning; all in The City of Topeka, Shawnee County, Sec. 2. The city engineer shall lay out and determine the location, size and grade of all mains and laterals and shall make all necessary plans, specifications and estimates for said sewer, all of which must be approved and adopted by the mayor and commissioners, and said en gineer shall file the same in his office for the use and benefit of the city; and all work done under the provisions of this ordinance shall be done in accordance with said plans and specifications, as adopted and approved by the mayor and commission ers. Sec. 3. The cost and expense of con structing said sewer shall be apportioned to each of the lots and pieces of ground in said sewer district liable therefore, in ac cordance with the appraised value of said lots and pieces of ground; the said cost and expense, as thus apportioned, shall be levied and assessed against the said lots and pieces of ground contained in said sewer district liable for the cost thereof, in annual installments and col lected as other taxes are collected. Sec. 4. Internal improvement bonds in an amount not exceeding the contract price shall be issued in ten equal install ments to pay for the construction of said sewer, and there shall be levied each year special assessments sufficient to redeem the installment of such bonds next there after maturing together with interest thereon; Provided, that the owner of 'any lot or piece of ground liable for the as sessment may redeem his property from such liability by paying the entire amount chargeable against it as provided by law; and provided, further, that two install ments of such assessment with not to ex ceed interest for two years, or one install ment and interest for one year or more, may be levied and collected in the first year in which said assessment is to be col lected if the bonds for said improvement and Interest on the same mature in such manner as to require such levy. Said bonds may be issued to the con tractor or mav be sold and the proceeds thereof applied in payment of the contract price for constructing said sewer. The manner and form of said bonds and the Issuance of th same and terms and con ditions thereof shall be in all respects in conformity with the law in such cases ni4.de iind provided, all of which) are to be more specifically set forth In the ordi nances providing for said assessment and for the issjance of said bonds. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect artd be in force from and after its pub lication in the offclal city paper. Passed The Board of Commissioners, June 19. 1913. Approved June 19, 1913. Seal. R. L.COFRAN, Mayor. Attest: C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. published in The Topeka State Journal June 23, 1913. Mayor's Office, Topeka, Kansas. June 21, 1913. NOTICE. There will be a special meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Topeka. Kansas, at nine thirty o'clock a. m., Monday, June 30, 1913, for the pur pose of hearing any and all complaints that may be made as to the validity and fairness of the vavluation placed by the appraisers as per their report on file in the office of the city clerk of said city, on all lots, pieces and parcels of ground liable for the cost of improvement by constructing a sewer to comprise the fol lowing described territory, to-wit: Beginning at a. point on the north line of Thirteenth street where it is intersect ed by the west line, produced, of the alley running north and south Immediately west of Madison street in Shawnee Place Add.; thence east along the north line of Thirteenth to the center line of Shunga nunga Crek; thence southerly and easter ly: along the center line of Shunganunga Creek to its intersection with the center line of Adams street. Shawnee Place Addi tion, produced northerly; thence south along the center line of Adams street to the center line of Fifteenth street: thence westerly along the center line of Fif teenth street to a point directly south of a , point which is on the north line of Fifteenth street and 96 feet east from the east line" of -the 'A."T. & 8: F. Railway right-of-way in a ravine; thence north to LEGAL. said last described point; thence north easterly following the center of said ra vine to its intersection with the west line, produced southerly, of the alley west of Madison street, Shawnee Place Addition; uience northerly along the west line of said alley to the north line of Thirteenth street; which is the place of beginning; all in the City of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here unto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of Topeka to be attached this 21st day of June, 1913. Seal. R- L. COFRAN, Mayor. Attest: C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. Published in The Topeka State Journal June 23, 1913. OFFICIAL CITY COMMISSION PRO CEEDINGS. Commission Chamber, Topeka, Kansas, Saturday, June 21, 1913. The city commis sion met in regular adjourned session at nine o'clock a. m., with the following commissioners present: Commissioners Bone, Newland, Porter and Tandy 4. A-ayor Cofran in the chair. The minutes of the meeting of June 19. 1913, were presented, read and stood ap proved. Communication from Geo. A. Clark ask ing permission- to lay his own sidewalk at the northwest corner of 9th and Fillmore streets, was presented, read and referred to the commissioner of streets and public improvements. Communication from the Garfield Park Operating Amusement Co., asking per mission to set off a display of fireworks on July 4, 1913, presented to commission on June 19, 1913, and referred to the com missioner of finance and revenue and city attorney, was reported by with recom mendation "that the request be granted", which report was adopted on motion of Commissioner Newland. . . Petition to vacate Warwick street from The Drive to Roosevelt street, presented to commission on February 13, 1913, and referred" to the commissioner of streets and public improvements, was reported back with the recommendation 'that it be placed on file", which report was adopted on motion of Commissioner Tandy. Petition and protest in regard to vacat ing the west two feet of the alley In the block bounded by Huntoon, 14th, Tyler and Polk streets, presented to commis sion on May 19, and May 22, 1913. respec tively, and referred to the commissioner of streets and public improvements, was reported back with the recommendation that the petition be not granted on ac count of protests", which report was adopted on motion of Commissioner Tandy. Bond of W. W. Gllmore in the sum of $686.00, covering the constructing of side walks in Westlawn Park, given by the Fidelity and Deposit Company of Mary land, was presented and approved by the following vote: Ayes, Commissioners Bone, Newland. Porter and Tandy and Mayor Cofran 5. Bond of the Kaw Paving Company in the sum of $23,158.25, covering the repay ing of 6th avenue from Kansas avenue to Harrison street, and the paving of the alley west of Kansas avenue from 9th street to 10th avenue,- and the alleys west of Kansas avenue from 10th avenue to 11th street, given by the Maryland Cas ualty Company, was presented and ap proved by the following vote: Ayes, Com missioners Bone. Newland, Porter and Tandy and Mayor Cofran 5. An Ordinance authorizing the providing for the issuance of internal improvement bonds of the City of Topeka, Kansas, to pay the cost of the special improvements herein named, was presented for first reading. An Ordinance apportioning and levying a special assessment on certain lots and pieces of ground in the City of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, to pay the cost or repaving a certain avenue and - to pay the cost of paving certain alleys in said city, presented to commission on June 19, 1913, was taken up for second reading. Each section was read and, on separate motion, adopted. On roll call, the ordinance was passed by the follow ing vote: Ayes, Commissioners Bone, Newland. Porter and Tandy and Mayor Cofran 5. The title was read and ap proved. Report of the appraisers for the con structing of a sewer in Sewer District No. 36, was presented. Commissioner Tandy moved that the mayor be authorized to call a special meeting for nine thirty o'clock a. m., June 30, 1913, to hear any and all complaints that may be made against said report, the motion prevailing. No further business appearing, on mo tion of Commissioner Tandy, commission adlourned. Seal. C. B. BURGE. Cltv Clerk. FOB EXCHAHGE. WMO WELL BE TEE . LOCK OHE Have five houses to trade for a farm. Ranging from 5 to 8 rooms each. All have gas except one. Suitable for homes. In good locations. Price for the bunch $12,600. Incumbrance $4,000. 3L341S FKLLM0R1S PHONE 415. EXCHANGE Improved 160 acres In Mo. for Topeka property; 40 acres in Mo. for Topeka lots; other exchanges. A. L Fur man, Topeka, Kan.. 811 Kansas Ave. EXCHANGE 320 acres good raw land in Texas: can be irrigated. Price $7,000; clear. Want income or small farm. A. L. Furman, T6peka, Kan., 811 Kansas ave. EXCHANGE 320 acres good western for Topeka property; land clear. A. L. Fur man. Topeka. Kan.. 811 Kansas ave. WANT CAR Have two nice, east front College Place lots. 4890 Red. AUTOMOBILES. "FOR SALE; Cheap, 45 h. p. car in fine condition. Cole Motor Co., 527 Jackson St. MONEY. IF YOU WANT a farm loan or a good improved farm or city property sea Kemper Investment Co., Room 6, Colum bian bldg. Phone 3759. MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OS! . PERSONAL PROPERTY. Horses, cattle, pianos, household goods, libraries, typewriters, carriages and ma chinery, and to salaried people. Frank H. I. X ei. 299. Thomas. 619 Kan, ave. REAL ESTATE LOANS Easy payments. Long time. SHAWNEE B. & L. ASSOCIATION. 116 West Sixth Street. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos. guns, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Blscoe. 623 Kan. av. MONEY TO LOAN on pianos and house hold goods. Newest methods, lowest rates. American Loan company. Room 307, Mulvane Bldg. Tel. 646. MONEY TO LOAN on personal property and collateral security, on easy f-erma G. H F'.lntham. 906 E. 4th st $3,000,000.00 of B per cent money to loan on Eastern Kansas farms and on inside Topeka business property. An unlimited amount of low rate money to loan for building homes and on nomea already built in Topeka. If you wish a new loan or hare a ma turing loan or wish to change your loan, either farm or city, write or call at our office, first floor. New England Bldg. BETZER REALTY A LOAN CO. Topeka Mortgage Loan Represents tlvn, U. S Mortgage & Trust Co . N. Y. Capital and surplus 6. 000,000.00. YOU BREAK IT WE FTX IT Oxv Acetylene Welding. Automobile cylin ders, crank and tranmlsslon cases, axles housings, frames, manifolds, gears steer ing knuckles, parts of machinery of all kinds. Stove and furnace parts sectional boilers, farm machinery. All kinds of metal castings welded, cast iron, steel, copper brass, bronze, aluminum. Satisfactory workmanship guaranteed. Price reason able. Elmore Auto Co.. 615 Quincy st. Topeka. Kansas. Phone 3178. PICTURE FRAMING. FRAMING, reglldlng, mat making, mount. ing done by J. D. Sullivan, 122 W. Klarht street. Packing, shipping, eta. JMINLSHOPS. GUNS repaired and cleaned by exDerta. sve. JMSFEyNSIlA MERCHANTS" Transfer and Storage Cm. furnish expert packers: also look arte freight. Phones 4186. Skinner A Gayhart. PALRSEK TUSAHSFISE CO. Deliveries made day or night. Emolo only men. Tel. 18S; 410-412 Qulooy at. ILflBlSIL EA1ES FLOWER SHOP for fresh flowers. Weddings end funerals a specialty. Everything grown in our own greenhouses not shipped in. (19 Kuiu ave. Phone 377-W. " PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR ARMSTRONG, 135 Kansas ave., to 8 p. m. free. Those not able to pay. DR. J. M. JAMISON. 327 Madison. Special diseases. Phone 959. HIRAM C. ROOT, Attorney at Law. Abstract and Real Estate and Probate law. 83 Columbian Bldg.. Topeka. FOR SALE New and second-hand earum and pocket billiard tables and bowling alleys. We lead the world in cheap fix tures; easy payments. Send for catalogue. Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.. 122S-S Main street. Kansas City, Mq UNDERTAKING. L. M PENWELL, funeral director and embalmer. T. E. Jones, Ass t. First aiass service. 608-510 Quincy at. Telephone ia. Phone 287. Day and NlghL HAWLEY & STEELE,. Funeral directors and embalmers. lit East 8th ave. Mrs. Robt. Steele, assistant. HOTELS. -TOPEKA HOTEL 122 West Sixth St.. $1.00 AND 81.25 PER DAT. PATENTS. J- A. ROSEN, patent attorney, r K as ave.. lopeka, Kaa.