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' i - - - - - Avaj $ I s t . 1 I r. r . tOT SIDE IS17S Unioa Paclfie to Ban Special for Accommodation Of Bryan. ; - PostofSce Stamp Sales Largest in History of Office. A special train of seven cars will be run over the Union Pacific Monday evening lor uw accommoftauuu William Jennings Bryan, who will be the guest of honor at the Democratic banquet which wiU be held in Topeka Monday evening. The train will carry more than 100 Democrats from Kan- a. City and about 50 from Lawrence. The special will arrive in Topeka :30 o'clock Monday evening. The Officials of the Union Pacific are add- tag extra equipment for the comfort . rwvot,. and their dlstin- gulshed guest. A large delegation of Topekans will meet the secretary of 1 . 1 i -kt-v. t , I and Mr. Nightengale s mother, Mrs. E. it. P".8- , . , ... . , Nightengale, and other relatives and Stamp Sates Biggest In History. j frien(is According to statistics submitted by Mrs. J- M C. Everett and daughters, Mr Robinson, clerk in charge of tb.- Jt-YttZ North Topeka postofflce, this morning "' went to Emnorta yesterday, where the stamp sales for the month of De- tny wni spend a few days before return eember, 1913, were the largest in the ing to their home, history of th. North Topeka 0ffic The sales for December, 112, were w Maxwell, on Swygert avenue, SI 929 R7 rH!tra ATfAAflA1 fiV mnfn w- la4vM frtonHa - a..vwv.v, aaav - than $100 any previous monthly sales on record. However, the sales for the month of December, 191. 'were js- Mabe,' NeBWender entertained $1,400.24. This sets a new record for Wednesday evening at her home. 317 East the North Side office. "The new par- Seventh street, for Miss Minnie Pottorff, eel post system is responsible for this," j of Eeyery. Kan. .who Is visiting relaUves uhi... Ti. mrfninr "Al- anil friends here. The following were said Mr. Robinson this morning. Al- ,. Misa PoMorff, Miss Harel Cold- though we were looking for a big bust- ; on MiftB Dulce Long, Miss Mabelle Long, neas for the last month we hardly ex- mihs Marts Miss Hubble. Miss Florence pected that the sales would be so high. Comstock. Miss Ruby Long, Miss Prud The insured mail, registry and money N-wende Ml iswender.Mr. order business for December, 1913, broke all previous records." Baptists faceted Officers. The members of the North Topeka Baptist church held their annual business meeting and election of offl- "T" k Vc!," rtv Th fniinwinlr eers New Year s day. The following officers were elected for the coming year: A. T. Rowe, clerk; T. M. Forbes, treasurer; S. P. Frazier, flnan- I ciaJ secretary; SP Frazier. snperin- j tendent; W. E. Scotton, W. H. Zar- ker, W. M. Van Ness, J. H. Kincaid, ' Frank Emert, D. A. Foltz and Kenneth Clark, trustees; Chas. Klussman. su- . . Lllv.u i--. n'-aA n..... ' perintendent Bible class; Fred Denney, Buperiiiieuueui ititci mcujawa, . other officers were: T. Al. orDes, w . A. Forbes and J. A. Lukens. Cliristian Churt-h Sleeting. The members of the Central Ave nue Christian church held their an nual business meeting and election of officers New Tear's afternoon. The different committees made their re ports for the previous year. A ban quet was held by the members at S o'clock New Year's night. The fol lowing officers were elected for the coming year: P. G. Marlatt, trustee; O. Beeler, elder; H. A. Hutchinson, C. M. Hays, P. G. Marlatt and S. H. Thomas, trustees; Mrs. W. E. Cow drey, financial secretary, and H. R. Blanchard, treasurer. Clark Family Holds Reunion. A family reunion of the late G. P. r1ai1r wam field at tne home of Mr. ' and "Mrs. Michael 'Dintnsn on the-old Mr. ad Mrs. John J oner, -of Cheater ' f'es to maae an annual jLOur Dy mo-r-iow noar n mnt villa ttiA latter avenue, will return home Sunday from tor through Germany, France, the part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. 1 uarii were .. anions tuo wuiy KLiieia or jenerson county. uinner was now visiting relatives in Kansas city, served at noon. The forenoon was w'" return home the first of the week, spent in a general f ood time by the lnnje. NewMl of Wichita is here, vwt young people while the older ones re- t Newell, of Forest avenue, viewed again the times of the past : The Will Mariner family, of Kellam when they were pioneers and Kansas avenue, expect to move to Topeka within was a young but lusty state. Those a tJmei,, . - ' . . , , . .. m a m mi ti Harry G. Stanton has returned to his present were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Din- nome ,n Mulvane, Kan., alter a short nen, Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnston of visit at the J. M. Jordan home in Oak Grantville, Mrs. S. Pasley and chil-, land avenue. dren of Shawnee, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Mr- and Mrs- D- A. Truely. of Forest Archie Sample of GrantvUle Mr. and &< tUSSSeV Mrs. Richard Wright, Mr. and Mrs. A. The J. W. Carson family have moved Chiles and daughter Vivian, Mr. and here from Wichita and have located at 145 Mrs. Harry Haynes and sons, Winni- 1 Kellam avenue. fred, Paul and Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. wnfsL"ni"tf rti2nu.ay,fci V,1 JeUicS' Talmage Wright and daughter Mar- 1 ehmxh'nnlrletU1 xS2 paste?; guerite of GrantvUle. John Rodgers of Rev. A. R. Williams, assisted by Rev. D. Nortonville, Mrs. Minnie Hurst and Ai Shutt. son Joseph of Kansas City, Mr. and M "? Mabel Keats will return to her u- Walter Cov Mr and Mi- A school work at Cottonwood Falls Sunday. Mrs. waiter cox, Mr. and Mrs. A. after spending the holidays here with her Hastings of McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Keats, of Robert Glenn and children of Eudora, Alter avenue. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graham of Kansas Mr. and Mrs H. C. Taylor and children City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ottinger ,1", and daughters, Marie and Emma, Miss Colli "home. . Frank M. Daisy Ottinger of GrantvUle, Mrs. Es- Mrs. J. L. Massev, of 145 Michigan ave- talln r'lnrlc and rhildran T. call a 9.nli nue. will return the first nf na,t a-.alr and May, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Book- er and daughter Eva of Topeka. John Wright and son Elbert of Silver Lake, Mr. and Mrs. A. Carlson, G. S. Cun nlngham, Mrs. Sarah Glenn of Grant vUle, Frank Wilbur of St. Marys, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ottinger and Lola McGrew of GrantvUle. Bright Prospects for 114. The business men of North Topeka see a bright prospect for the young but sprightly year of 1914. A num- ber of business men were interviewed this morning by the State Journal re porter as to the business for the past year and prospects for the coming year. Without an exception the mer chants reported a good business for the previous year and were optimistic as to the coming year. Thompson-Woodard. A very pretty wedding was that of Miss Elsie Thompson and Cecil Wood ard which took place at the home of the Rev. J. D. Zimmerman, pastor of the Central Avenue Christian church. The ceremony took place Wednesday. Both young people live at Elmont and re well known throughout the north ern part of the state. Mrs. George Benhan served supper in honor of the young couple Wednesday evening. A miscellaneous shower was given for them at the home of Mrs. Clerance Anderson. The bride and bridegroom will be at home to their friends at the Woodard farm near Elmont. Personal Mention. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hackett have returned to their home in Dallas, Tex., after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hicks at their home on North Jactyon street. M. E. Hindman of Fort Worth is the guest of the Rev. Joseph P. Hicks at his home in North Topeka. Mrs. Joseph P. Hicks will entertain her Sunday school class at her home on North Jackson street this after noon at ! o'clock. Officers , for the coming year will be elected and the class will be reorganized. A musical and literary program has been pre pared for the afternoon. Miss Gladys Pratt spent New Year's day visiting relatives in Rossv' . Mr., and Mrs. George Friahes nt Oskaloosa are spending a short time ' in jNonn 'lopena visiting friends and relatives. Oeorge Hundredpound of Sliver Lake is in North Topeka this morn ing. It was reported that his son was seriously ill at his home. A. Eaton, who haa been Ul for some time' at hie home ii "North Topeka, la Improving. . The stockholders and directors of the Citizen's State bank held their an- nuai business meeting in me airecioir SJ tm52S mpany northernpart,eofb the oounty. A number at the telephones have been out or Brow igr umiie uiuv. EAST SiDEJIOTES. ritems for thia column may be tele- phoned to 315 or the State Journal office.! , - Miss Florence Kckert win 'ft" last of the week . to bm. M.oa i her cousin. Eleanor Kckert. 619 East Eighth street, and other relatives and friends. . weu Sfnner yet Saay aTthe' slm Feldner home in High- paric. Mrs. B. H. Porter and daughter, Martin, were si'es ry . . Vlllee. 4-3 East Eleventh street. Mr. 'and Mrs. George Nightengale and twn chjidren. of Salina, are spending the Holidays here with Mrs. Nightengale's norr.,s Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newland. UIIU UlllCI CIBll ca.sau " IX a I Mlsi . Carrie iCriton. te a t'SL JfJlt 1 e I Mr. Rav Smith. Mr. Claude Leonard. Mr. Leon Allen, Mr. Jennings. Mr. Everett Nelswender and Mr. Raymond Neiswen der. Mrs. Fred Prosser entertained tne Oolden Rod Embroidery club last Wednes. day afternoon at her home. 6ii tast lo eust street. The following ladies were pnt. Mra Fr8nk Davis, Mrs. Claude Tougherty. Mrs. Frank Hess. Mrs. C. L. Holmes. Mrs. Morah Hammond. Mrs. Frank Morris, Mrs. J. H. Taylor. Mrs. J. J Winhunj . Mrs. H, Huber, Mra Harry McNair and Mrs. prosser. Cards were played during the afternoon, the prizes being won by Mrs. Morris and Mrs. wwSf.l5twSd. the afternoon by her sister, Mrs. Chas. Tne meeting will be held witn Mrs. J. M. rayior. The annual Installation of officers in the Tecumseh Grange will be held at the Gragne hall tonight. A muslccl and liter ary program has been arranged, after which a banquet will be served to the members only. OAKLAND NOTES. ritems for this column may be tele phoned to 3915 or the State Journal office. Mr. iw rnnr ont.rt.ir,. tv. ' Ladies' Aid society of the Oakland Chris- ' tian church this afternoon at her home in , Wlntleld avenue. Mrs. Zoe Cramer, of 145 Kellam avenue. expects to leave within a short time for California, where she will make an ex tended visit with relatives and friends. Miss Julia Newell, of Forest avenue. Is tlv on ; v.n... 1 ... ! vea ana inenas in jvansaa uiiv. i visiting "relatives." " Mrs. L. Bisco and daiurhter. whn im f.1? fS' hb" wifiTe bsa ifKnds th hol,days with relative. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Draut and daugh ters opal and Florence, were dinner guests veserday at the John Lingo home In Oakland avenue. Rob Theater Safe. Chicago. Jan. 2. Two robbers, earlv today, bound and gagged the watch 1 man, at the Alhambra theater, and facaped with $800, which had been locked in the safe. ill -"v WANTS. AKD L33CELLAKSCDS AD3 BRTI8lNO RATM: The rate for eerting Want Ads ia The Topeka State wril Is one eent a word ch Insertion. unlmatn JO cents; by the week cents 5?iSn,n,mu cents. - . ei?,7 THE WORDS of rr Ad. to " 'our words for State Jol?; ",'' ' address la used: 22hfc,!un-tatter and each nomber or r?S!fOB r wres as one word- rlfES" HOVR. Want A to Property In The Topeka Sete Journal must be tn The State Journal afE? 5forB ' o'ctoek. Want Ai ? noon hour will be k? "52 we heading: "Ton Late to Classify as desire. OUT OF TOWN advortfrement mm he "ceomnanied with rash er cheek m full Payment for the same. Note the forego- '.nstrucrlana a boot counting the words ""J the rate per word for. The Topeka Tnnrnal. ; TOST KSX WTWTJTO. LOST Diamond and nearl brooch, antique pattern. Reward. Phone 005. K.OST Razor between 806 Swarthmore and St. Franci hospital. Return to Edlebute's Dru store. IjOST In West Tepeka a email bag eoa- taining purse with change. Finder pdease phone 2715 Blue. WASTED SITUATION'S. A YOUNG MAN attending school desires a place to work in exchange for board OT DOaTa BLr.Q 100111. CSU lOBS. WANTEDPosition as deUvryman. Call Y. M. C. A. . . or board and room. Call 1381. WANTED By young man student plaee to earn board. Phone 66. W. . WANTED MALE HELP. GOVERNMENT JOBS open to men-Women. Big pay. Write for Bat of .post-. tions now available. Franklin Institute, Dept. 125 J. Rochester, N. T. - WANT MEN AT ONCE TO LEARN THE BARBER TRADE. Jobs always waiting. Better wages than you can earn without trade. Tools given. Term. . Drop a card for particulars. Moler Barber Col lege, unlimited, Kansas City. Mo. LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN. BRAKEMEN. wages about $100; experience unneces sary. Send age. stamp. Address Railway, care Journal. . . Phone 1488. 532 Kansas Ave. If you wish help or want a position write or phone the TOPEKA CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. WANTED By young man student place to earn board. Phone 566-W. AT THE THEATERS. lionise Hale With Henry Miller, an Authoress Science Play Booked. Louise Closser Hale, who is a mem ber of Henry Miller's support and will be seen In "The Rainbow" when it comes to thia city, has the distinction of not only being a player of import ance on the American stage, but is also a successful authoress as well. Her book of . fiction issued last year has been a pronounced success and she ia at work upon another. Walter Halo. Louise Closser Hale's husband, is an artist whose name is known to the literary and artistic worlds as one of the foremost ill us tra . . . . wrn. it has been the custom of the Netherlands and other continental countries. Mrs. Hale writing the de scriptive matter of these tours through quaint and curious out of the way places and Mr. Hale furnishing the il lustrations. Their magazine works and books of travel have been extensively read. Miss Hale plays the role of "Betsy Sumner" in "The Rainbow," in which she will be seen .here when Mr. Miller plays his coming engage ment at the Grand on next Thursday night. Mail orders are- now . being re ceived, is stated by the management of the Grand. The Right Princess was booked yes terday to appear at the Grand matinee and night on Wednesday, January 7. This is considered an important book ing by theatrical people over the coun try. It is a play founded on Christian Science and is coupled with a strong story and an excellent cast. Seats will be placed on sale Monday morning; The Duke of Durham, a musical tabloid is the show in town for the balance of the week at the Novelty. North Brothers played to two ca pacity houses yesterday with the ex cellent comedy. The Traveling Sales man. - , . t The Edison pictures are appearing at the Grand today and tomorrow for the last times this season. A special mat inee will be given on Saturday after noon with special prices to children a well as adults. Travel with Teuell to Paris. Adv. WANTBD Boy wKh wesfe good Vogei, SB Kansas WE PAT highest cash Pwrhad'han clothing. ' shaoa, hats - and overeoatat Drop a card er call 146. E. Scrraopski Son. 4Cg Kansas eve. ' WANTED to bay for cash, good sound horse. - MB Harrison, v ..-. t . 1 WANTED Delivery horse, about MO lbs. or 1000 BBS, weight, aw Kansas ave. WANTED Tr BUt female eanarieaT Phone ins K. WANTED To buyta diamond; must be a bargain.', Address John Curl, care Journal. WANTED Horses to feed. fc per monttC W.J. Rlckenbacher. Phone 1S3. $1.50 PAID for live horses, deliverer. Dead hones and cows removed free within N miles. Topeka Rendering Co- Phone an. GOOD milk cows, fat cattle and veal calves. W. C- A. Leltsow. Tel. 257. FOR RjOTT MlSCKlL. ANKOUS. FOR RENT Fine modern store window and some space in front. Center busi ness district. Fine for Jewelry store. Can 1314. FOR RENT Building for blacksmith I abonw The nest place in ciiy xor norse j shoeing and repair work; cheap rent, j Topefca Coal Co., office lgt W. 7th. FOR RENT leu acres near uenoaen. xu- quire eq. FOR RENT 2 modern store rooms, ana office rooms, steam heat, modern in ev ery way, on $tb ave. Apply Orpheum Theater. ' FOR BEST BOUSES. FOR RENT Seven room house, modern except furnace. Telephone 168, or 177$ after 5:30 p. m. - . FOR RENT Five room residence' at 321 Clay. Call at ni numora. rnone wi. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, Taylor s Call 1197-w rfin RENT Cottage aad bars, five room I i,nna and hint. Phone 2525 Red. FOR RENT Dandy room bouse, 1177 N. Kansas ave. acn pnene area eo TWO newly furnished, strictly modern rooms, single or en suite.' Phone 437$ Red. Private family. 6 ROOM HOUSE. 215 K. Lake; good re pair, $12. Tel. 2W PiacK. 6 ROOMS, strictly modern, in Elmhurst, tan. 5 rooms and bath. 1519 West St., Ker?ey. Mulvane Bldg. Phone 88 W. $15. MODERN 5 room cottage, 911 West 2nd. 2417 Blue. ' - ' FOR RENT Dandy 4-room cottage, 14iS N. Harrison, only $7 per mo. A. P. Tone Wilson, jr. FOR RENT Five room cottage on Lln denwood, double floor, oellar, pantry, closets, gas, water. $12.60. Phone 797. FOR RENT S room bungalow, one acre of ground, large bam. well, cistern. Call 2924 Blue. ' FOR RENT By owner. C room modern house with garage. .1109 W. 8th. TeL l2Sfla White. r-,... 1SC1 Utkoln. 6 rooms ........ ......S10.M 317 East Sth, 7 rooms. am. .......... .W 420 Madison. 3 rooms c.w 523 W. 8th, 4 rooms, modernr... ...... 15.00 CYRUS GUTHRIE Co. . 110 Fast 5t St. - - vr Phone 1730-W. C ROOM modern, 217 HOhteon. Inquire 219 Huntoon. 2024 Blue.' TS ; FOR RENT 6-room house, 323 Lake, gas and city water. ynone76i or 133. FOR RENT Strictly" s:moden 10-room house: bath, closets; "roTnaees. soft wa ter, close in, splend'dly arranged for rooming house, to first class tenant only, F. S. Thomas, $19 Kansas ave. Phone 29$. RENT Well furnished modern . riant naaonabte.' TW Harrison. 2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, prt- vate bath. 1106 Van Buren. s-riR RRNT TTnf urr.lahed housekeeDlnav rooms, first floor, inquire 7i west 6tn FOR RENT Modern furnished-rooms by day or week; 217 W. Sth. NEATLY furnished room for gentleman.1 Bath, telephone, electric light, steam, heat, etc Easy walking distance. Refer ence required. 2494 White. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished modern rooms. Inquire 716 west 8tl St. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, gas. heat and water furnished, $12.50 per mo. 2380 Black. ; , $ NICELY furnished housekeeping rooms, first floor, modern conveniences. 107 E. 13th st. tJ XV tvmi 1 uuiui umncu x ja a auA . sswwlrir1 fvwima r1 - in PtinnA 'ttJZ ' Red. . . n ' MODERN furnished light housekeeping rooms. 111-113 E. 4th. FOR RENT 4 good front office rooms, hot water heat, toilet, hot and cold wa ter, gas and electric lights. Private stair way. Inquire 82 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Nicelv furnished modern up stairs front room. 70S West 6th st 3 OR MORE unfurnished rooms, close in. 2662 Black 935 KANSAS AVE. Unfurnished corner room, gas, water. Tel. 2399 Blue. THE WHEEIRTtMeniTurnlshed rooms with first-class board; everything homelike and pleasant: gentlemen only. 1030 Jackson. Phone 5045 Blue. TOPEKA HOTEL. 122 W. 6th. Modem rooms with board. $1.25 per day. THE BURNETT, 508 Harison St.. well furnished rooms; first class board." CATERKRS. MRS. JULIA A. WILEY. High class catering for receptions, even ing parties and banquets; 'also table board. TeL 670. 1101 Van Buren. TOR SALE MIS47TCLLAJTEOUS. SCALES New and 2nd nana. Phone 4361 Red. FOR SALE Dry cord and heating wood. Phone 1909 K-3. .. -. . , FOR SALE Pianos. The Residence Piano store, 1166 Wayne ave.. end Lowman car line. Phone 3289. Let, us know if this- in tere.ts you. EEEP Til AT HEW TEAM'S lRESOLOTlION TO '.ECOHOmZEJ- BTVISSTING JAOP PHOKI. 3743 617-19 QOaUCT FOR SALE Dry wood for stove or fur naee. Phone 2976 K-3. - FOR SALE Very reasonable hotel and restaurant, good location? good reason for relling. - 41i Ksnaas are. ' ALFALFA and prairie hay tor sale. V. E. Bigham. Flmne 32. 1 West Norria, North Topeka ' . FOR SALE Four foot quarter sawed golden oak desk, good as new. $37 JO. See Grate at Davis Merc Co. Ranhr amnln - - .number of persons are going with us. e writ for reservation aad ranttag. Last Fruit Farms located down below tne treat Among them was Mr. J. 8. FarreU who , QnuizK Ur. WajrwU ItAuvht from tta and The following latter states very tersely aad country aad our Tropical Fruits Farms: , Utt West Fith Street. Topeka. Xbbw DeoL ISO. Mr. H. M. Gaines, Topeka. Kan. Dear Sir: Having returned from an- excursion to yo-rr land to Plerlda I am writing to tell you of my impression of the country. ; After a thorough, examina tion of the land tn that locality and having made various inquiries, I found the land to be aU that you represented. The climate- was ideal: the roads the as-sat I have ever seen; the cities doing a flourishtag b tutus, and I fully believe that a man with some money has the greatest of opportunities there. I will leave with my ramBy wlthm the next month to make my future homo there on land I have boms tit from yea. - Thanking you for the many courtesies extended during say trip, 1 re main, your respectfully J. B FARRELts nXHIDA LAKD CC?An7. C. II. li.CZl 11$ Central National Bank Building, Topeka, Kan. ARE YOU THINKING OF GOING TO FLOR1ADT , IF BO WHY NOT GO WITH OUR - HI : 1IIJESIDAY : JANUARY TH We will save you money if you go with US. Let us show yon over 10$ photographs taken on our property. COTTRELL) CO., LOCAL AGENTS. 107 East 7th. - . Phono Ha, 1 ..SBO'CAiSH Brand new, 5 rooms, modern, oak fintah, sleeping porch, east front, everything fine. Price (or quick sale $2,0- $30 cash and $25 per month. - GARLINGHOU8E REALTY CO. ' 008 Kansas Ave. Phone 1995 W. CHOICE HQUS FOU SALE . 516 HORNE STREET. -AC room, absolutely modern residence, with sleeping porch finished so as to make a part of the residence for winter use, gas and electric light plenty of closets in kitchen, splendid barn suitable for garage In- the rear; Just one lot but abundance of room on either side, old shade, street paved, 7H minute car service; can maka easy terms. Price $$,550. mLSON & KEISUAKCSR Phone 94$. Ml West th St. WEST SIDE SPECIALS One close in, 8 rooms, back Stairs, bath, furnace, grate, el. It., gas cistern, barn, shade. Rents $25.' Price $3,600. Another, eaey: distance out. 8 rooms, hall, back stairs, grate, furnace, gas, bath, cistern, pump inside, well,, barn, shade, paving paid, car close. $3200. Owners urge special sale and will con sider an offer that mean prompt action. J. E. TOEMKGTOK M W. 6th. Tel. 228. '2 good modern lots and some cash to exchange for a modern 5 room cottage, close In. . . 6 room modern cottage. 1V4 lots, $ blocks from state house. Taxes all paid up to December. 1914. Will make terms. BAILEY BROS. CO. 990, Res. 283. FOR SALE OR RENT Modern bungalow and store building suitable for drug store,, bakery or grocery. Phone 21 White. - - - PLENTY" of fee for-cattle in the Rain Belt of Colorado. - All crops are good and have -never failed for 43 years; good potato and -alfalfa land from $20 to $25, aer ten - ah -wxuiuui uivwuui . . . Nichols, 529 Kan, ave., Topeka. Kan, EASY TERMS OR TRADE 6 rooms. Sumner. 2336 Blue. . $3,000 cottage for $2,100, $1,100 cash. ' West side cottage, 5 rooms, gas, city water, cistern, cemented cellar, 1 lots, barn, chicken house, near car. $1,000 loan. West side, 15 acres, for sale on terms. For rent, 8 lots, well, 5 room cottage, near school, car line. BAILEY BROS. CO. Phone 990. Res. 293. FOR SALE 5 room bungalow, one acre of ground, huge barn, well, cistern. Call 2924 Blue. FOR SALE M1SCKLLANFOUS. FOR SALE Good desk. White Swan Bakery. FOR SALE Alfalfa, Kansas ave. Phone. 635. 9 618 N. FOR SALE One new $75 Royal type- 5. Santa Fe unclaimed freight house. 1 mntJnmmmmmii mmnm'J' FOR SALE-Pump shop, dood opting TOPJEEA TTnlAIISFER & for plumber and ttnner. Phone 1285 W. . TJaV INDIAN TWIN -$40 down, balance pay- i9 B O&&(0j5 CO. menta. S. M. P.. care Journal. MOVING PACKING-STORAGE. LINE YOUR CHICKEN HOUSE mPPnAAV T AnxrM for cold winter weather with stereotype raaiaeTalOOF WAREEOUSE mats; each mat 16x20 liches: 60c per 109 ammnts ' loelced ,m. . , , , . mats, to cover 220 square feet. Call at P locked rooms for household buslnew oftice of The State Journal. - Phone 3H gt Adams SfT . MERCHANTS Transfer and Storage Col. FOR SAT.F HORSKS. COWS. tarnish expert packers; also look after -'k 1 xwssj freight. . Phone 4196. Skinner A Gayhart- FOR SALE 16 head of cows, all win be - fresh soon. These are big No. 1 dairy ' cows; will give 4 to gallons each of BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES. weighed milk with good butter record". 21T"trTT " - Holsteins. Guerneys- and brown colored FOR BALE New and second-hand carom Jerseys. Come see these cows. They are Pocket billiard tables and bowling priced right. Will sell one or alL O. N. "Beys. We lead the world In cheap-fix. H'.melburger. 405 Fillmore at.' . tures; easy payments. Send for fatalogue. FOR SALE-Ridlng pony . Call 2924 BjueT ESZZ&F&SESS: MV GOOD milk cow at 328 Alter ave.. Oak- u j, land. Phone 2277 K-l. ' .' ' :- '", 1 " . : 1 REGISTERED Jersey bull for service. . ' ATTORX ETS AT LAW. Fees $1-00. Himelbeger, 6th snd Golden ww. ave. - HIRAM C. ROOT, Attorney at Law. 1 1 Abstract and Real Estate snd Probate law. 88 Columbian Bldg., Topeka. rag sAy?pyj??vt!-. - - r j. L ' POULTRY bought, sold and exchanged. . a. v MACHIKB SHOPS. Telephone us what you have; what yon CCTT want. The Cope's Phone 1309. GUNS repaired and cleaned by experts m a H. B. Howard Supply Co.. 714 if mm. : : ave. j TJSSSr j AT CUT RATE Framing pictures, mir- r-flSSJAJ-.BO;rP- - -' rors. Xmss pictures. Coe Bros., 828 K. Av. n 1 1 ' ' """'2''' rl"1J1J'J'- ..... . . .. TCOS. J. OTERS, . ' .? tZ9xnan. ?columbiam bldg. , . Government and raitread bonds, grain j. A. ROSEN, paitnt r attorney, a'Kan- and copper" stoAs. First and second saa ave.. Topeka. Kan. . mortgages bought, sold and placed. QA1ES FJL07E3 WNTBD-Tonr orders for sweat dderT for fresh flowery Wedding and funeral. TTmi VUu W"" a specialty.' Everything grown in our own greenhouses not snipped In. - Us Ksnsae 11 ' -v -" ave. Phone 77-W. - -. . .. . apiiHtjiKWg, ' ' v - MRS. M. E- HOLLLcRAFT Cut flowers, - ---1???? , ,, floral desKms.-87.Kse. ave. 'Phone ts-W JOHN PETRZILEK. the only practical j , fwrrter ia Kansas, m West ith. Topeka. L. M. PENWELL, -funeral ' director and ??P!r f embalmer. T. E. Jones, Aaa't. First class w whwwkti rsvvtterZ. - " anrviee 508-519 Quincy St. Telephone. 191. v. CUPFIftGh and -trade r. service, w-aie vtiturey . teiww. n porta, Kansas and nearby states.' The 1 Phone 287. Day and Night. Kansas News Service. Tooeka. j HAWLEY STEELE. . ' i mmmmmtm Funeral directors and embahners, 113 East ; 8th ave. Mrs. Root. Steele, assistant.. n '-,rRS;v1?S!S -SJVrr-r,. r - . FBAMWQ. regiMiBr, mat niaUpinossv .JSS&SStiS?!, tottJ J-p- oUlv miM 1 DR. ARMSTRONG, tn Kr ave. - ., . - 1 PhonesiL. " -.r" IPJ1WIU1': DtM.NawrwOtarnctSL u8 ter sale ec'r --t" ZT Off'ce 807 Kan. ave Phone ttsVW. -' .... " ' ' me- drTlydi aaIii L' ma. vm. East 1 r.S.V - to Vlortda January Oth. A large have nam for a tew Basra. Cewa in or soon number hwse'gaied our Vvopleal tuac wmm rata atmcm Mty. Creek Used at I vacantly Bear H wlA maig to has new home jawaary. pointed If what Mr. FarreU thinks of the EOT BinnEn New. mm aeenniaA mm bath room, cellar, cement walks. 1 well, gas, within dinner walking distance 01 oanta re shops. Pries suo KMW cask, balance easy monthly payments. , . SOAUilEE AGEHC7 CM Kansas Ave. I have for sale one of the best cash grocery store I have ever offered. Doing a splendid business aad every dollar cash. It wiB take $2,000 or more to handle It. Can sell a oae-balf interest. J.A.ITIEA Ave. Phone 1$-W OBLOCnS from downtown, new. never occupied, $ room bungalow, bath room. Itf lots, city water, electricity, cellar, cement walks. Price $l,e. $60 cash, balance easy month ly terms. SOAUHEE AGSKCY 534 K a nana Ave, phone 506. FOB. SALE Three acre lots, cottage, t elar. well; cistern, barn, 81.200. P. C. Moore, 351 Wabash ave., Oakland. ,'- BUSINESS CHANCES We.,,Lotta bajre a attle Ttaga ac count. The interest will help us next Xmas get oar gifts, or pay our coal bill. Any amout at any time can be deposited Write er call (or booklet. , - .r CAPITAL BUILDING A LOAN ASSN., 534 Kansas' Ave. ' BEN?? pPBNTNO In Florida, aixpei eneea dining room or restaurant party with some capital is offered fine oppor tnnlty. Phone quickly 636. (Call Florida.) J9S33: MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDs'oF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Horses, cattle pianos, diamonds, house, hold goods, libraries, typewriters, autoe. Sfr,e5 n2a.chfnfX,tnd to salaried peel pie. F. S. Thomas, 519 Kan. Ave. Tel. 298. M?Y.Jnn.. "vwtock. pianos. guns, typewriters, household goods a -id persona! security. L. Blscoe. 523 Kan ave, 6 AND PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS AND TOPEKA PROP- -ERTT IN ANY AMOUNT T ; FROM $606 UP. If you wish a new loan or have a ma taring loan or wish to change your loan, either farm or city, or wish a building loan, write or call at our office, first floor. New England Bldg. ': BirranniiBALTT TjOAN CO. IF YOU WANT quick money see Bally Bros. Co.. agents of The Aetna Rulld-r ing Loan Co. TeL 890. Office 108 East 7th st. MONEY TO LOAN on personal property and collateral security, on easy terms, O. H. Fl'ntham. 906 E. 4th st, MONEY TO LOAN on city and farm property, any - amount, low Interest rates, and most liberal terms. Call or write for our plan. w. M. Forbes Co., Security Btdtf. ' : TR WSFPR tSl) STTtRAGB. pub,"Se$ I msl E RKQLVrT. That tbe S"e T of siwiif aitts eg tmm f.,.r s of - a4 " ( jtaatatKi sureaee from toe w r woajwawn avenue to the eet wood avenue, be giadat, eur t . bmed curb aid p,tH v 4 fiafeet wide with Wi 1 V a lour lu men e . . :-y. ' w. o. taf t C B. Jseyge. etty clerk ei t-e Topeka, Kasaas. tie hereby emu 1 the above and (preening resotatJon t-t true and correct copy ec the nr now on file in my eftlee. WeaLJ C & BURGE, City Clerk. - RESOLVED. That the ssayor aq ha of oseamlsstoners of the City ef TV Kanaaa. deem it necessary for the b terests of said pity that Tytev street tk milk U nntklu . I . . north Une ef Euclid aeaue, be r - oma.1. .1 4 Li m . ' Pved thirty im feet wide. . asphaltie concrete on a tow (4) inch tau Crete rase. ' W. O. TANDY. Tiinssj in -f.C B. Burge city clerk ef tne C - of Tepeka. Kansas, do hereby certify t. the above and foregoing resolution Is true end correct copy of the orlgtn now on file, in tn ntrtna Seal. C- B. BURGK, City 1 RESOLVED, That the mayor aad boatf of commissioners of the City of Tones interests of said city that Buchanan slieal from the south Une of King street to ie uw.u ...av u& nuiiLuua aireet. no rrtaiLi. curbed with combined curb and gutt-r-a'd paved thirty (80) feet wide wua asnhaMle concrete on a four (4) inch eon--' crete base. - W. O. TANDY, nmansrlinisi. -. I. C. B. Burge. city clerk of the Clky ei Topeka. Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing resolution tm m true and correct eopy of the Mtsdnal now on file in my office. Seal. C B. BliBGB. :." Cit Clerk,.; RESOLVED. That the mayor and board of comnusslcners of the City otvZZ Kansas, deem It necessary for thlbaTc interests of said city that Tlai alTTIt from the south line of Second atreetto the south lne of First aenue, bVrridee! curbed with combined aurb'.nd VexUr tntivSfJSlrtr so2 teet wlde- with iTi vitrifed blocks on s four (4) toch cimm! base with asphalt filler.- eflowrt . W. a. TANDY, Commissioner 1. C. B. Burge. city clerk of thecuTet Tepeka, Kansas, do hereby eerOfy ttli the above and foregoing resolution ton SeaL ... C. B. BURGK. City Clerk. RESOLVED. That the Mayor and Rear k'L0.113 of the Cltrof TorSSSf Kansas, deem it uecesairy for the be!u?2 terests ot said city that Ninth streetfrom the west Hne of Lincoln street to'SS Une of West street, be graded. anSS wlh combined eurb and gutter, aad twenty-sU (36) feet wide wHhaphalSi concrete on a four (4) Inch ooncretobaaa. , W O TANDY. ComniSJJne? I, C. B. Burge. city clerk of UimTitV Tereka.. Kansas, do hby cefSfy Ti -5 the above and foregoing resolution la i true and correct copy of the original new on file in my office. Seal.) ; C. R- BURGE. ; City clerk. ; RESOLVED. That the-Maor and Board of Commissioners of the City of Teeeka. Kansas, deem It necessary for the bestm. terests of said city that Seventh stress e.nm ...... L. from Clay street to Buchanan street. ..r' . "i .Li",.w."""k"., 5uro awl with combined eurb and v-" ' r v unit ".tJUf BC Wlfii with 26 vitrified brick blocks on a hw (4) ineh conereto base with asphalt Itw . W. t.. TANDY. Commlunoner. I. C. B. Burge. city clerk of the City of Topeka. Kansas, do hereby certify tht the above and foregoing resoluUon is a true and correct copy of the origlnalsnow on file In my office. SeaL C. B. BURGE.' , 5 City Clerk, i RESOLVED, That the Mavor and ' of Commissioners of The Citv at ti.i,. Kansas, deem it necessary for the beet la-' terests of said dty that Eleventh street from the west-line of Fillmore street te the east line of -West street, be graded, curbed with combined eurb and guttor. and paved twenty-six (26) feet wide witis asphaltie concrete on a four (4) Inch con crete base. t - . , W. G, TANDY. Commissioner. I. C. B, Burge, city clerk of the City ot Topeka, Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing resolution is a true and correct copy of the original now on file in my office. Seal. C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal, January 1, 1814. RESOLVED, That the mayor and board of commissioners of the City of Topeka. Kansas, deem it necessary for the batt interests of said city that Willow ave. nue from the west line of Elmwood ave nue to the west Hne of the alley running north and south between Shawnee avenue and Linden wood avenue, be graded. curbed with combined eurb and gutter., and paved twenty-six feet wide with 30 - vitrified blocks on a four (4) inch concrete base with asphalt finer. W. G. TANDY. Commissioner. I, C. B. Burge. city clerk of the City of Topeka. Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing resolution Is a', true and correct copy of the original now on file In my office. SeaL - C. X BURGE. ..,.- City Clerk. RESOLVED. That the Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the City, of Topeka. Kansas, deem It necessary fqr the best in- ' terests of said ety that Huntington ave nue from the west l!ne of Harrison street to the east line of Topeka avenue, be graded, curbed with combined curb and gutter, and paved twenty-six (26) feet wide with asphaltie concrete on a four (4) ' inch base. - W. G. TANDY. Commissioner. I, C. B. Burge, city clerk -of the City of Topeka, Kansas, do hereby .certify ., that the above and foregoing resolution is a true and correct copy of the original now on file In my office. ' Seal. C. B. BURGE. 5 - . - ' . City Cleric ... - RESOLVED, That the Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the City of Topeka. Kansas, deem it necessary for the best In terests of :aa44 city that Lsiand street -from the south 'line of' Fourth street to. the north tme ol Sixth street, he graded. purged wf 4 jMxqbiaed curb and gut tar. ana pevea . - - r-tnx (z reel wiae wstn aaphslUc concrete on a four (4) inch oon . crete base. tur n. iwnv -r. I .-. . v Commiaslotier. ten. Burge. city clerk of the City of: Topeka, Kansas, do horeby certify the the above -and foregoing resolution is a true snd correct copy of the original now en file in my "Office. ? SeaL C. B. BURGE. City Clerk, ' ' u " ' . " 1 " 1 II XAX DEALERS. I ' COAL--WOOD-KINDLING. : Coal, 36$ lbs. ... . ..w... a. ' . Wood, per rick i KlndUcg. ; par bwdJ..... ....... ........ CAtwI COAL CO. Ph. 3642-4W1 clc. 4W ' .1 WET 'JfTH. - " T. n - 613 BlPe Side.-, wx. First - I