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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAIMONDAYJ EVENING, JANUARY 21; 1918
BRINGING UP FATHER
t Copyright, 1917. International News
, -- ' Service.)
DRAWN FOR THE STATE JOURNAL BY GEORGE
M'MANUS:.v:
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Extra Trousers are what every man
needs and appreciates. Many an old coat
and vestcan be made into a good, service
able suit with the addition of a harmoniz
ing new pair of trousers -
Large Assortment
: $2.00 to $6.00
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North Side News
1 ic ni for tlifa ml u mu may be left at
Petro's Drug Store or phoned
alter 2 y. in.; other :' n phone :t5:.i
When John Koons and family, liv
1ns two miles northwest of Newman,
returned to their home Friday noon,
they fourfd the house a mass of flames!.
The house was totally destroyed, to
gether with th': contents. Mr. Koons's
family consists of his wife and four
children, a girl of 10 twins of 8, and
a baliy. The only clothing left them
was that which they were wearing,
and an old quilt, ue as a laproLe,
the only bedding:. The neighbors
proved friends in need, and set
promptly to work to fit the family iut
with the necessary clothing.
The
hold inur of union servu-es
Cascarets Work
While You Sleep
No headache, biliousness, up
set stomach or constipa
tion tomorrow
- pend 10 cents feel yrand! Tonight
take t'ttscarets to liven your liver and
flea ii you r bowels. Stop the head
aches, bilious spells, sourness, gases,
f i aled tongue, bad breath, sallowness
;ind constipation Take Ca.scarets and
enjoy the nicest. flintiest "inside
cleansing" you ever experienced.
Wake u 1 1 feeling- fine. ("asrarets is
lfst caihartic for children. Taste like
randy. No disappointment f Thirty
million boxes of this harmless famous
cathartic are sold each year now.
Aivertisement.
iflat & MM Ml
w1
&h tail aw
a rti B -I M mm 1 m
We Are Saving Coal
falling in with the Coal
Administrator's orders
completely.
Most everything in the
stores at a Cut Price and in
addition offer special
TOMORROW
10c pkg. Fancy Seeded Raisins',
for . i(v
25c can fine Table Peaches 20c
i-'Oc can Water Pack Peaches,
for Uc
Small can Pure Sorghum .... 8(
Large can Sweet Potatoes. . . 12c
New Orchard Run Prunes, lb.
lor Ho
12lic pkfr. Aunt Jemima. . . -10c
30c can fine Coffee. ...... .25c
30c tirade Owl-liight 23c
Can fine Tomatoes 12c
Can Corn ioc
3 pktr. Pancake Flour, special 25c
Delivery at 2.30 P. M. in a
radius of 9 blocks around each
store. C O. l. or Paid 5c per
order.
XO STORES
SAVE
1
Regular tnonhly payment savings accounts with
us have always paid from 4 to 8 for over thirty
two years. Start this month.
New Series of stock now open. -
Shawnee Building &
Loan Association
115 West 6th Street
Officers Directors
H. T. fiothrie, Preidnt F. M. Bonebrnke, B. T. Payne -
A. A. Rods-era. YIee-Prenldent A. A. Rodgers, John Ryan.
V I. IfHIhouse. Secretary F. M. wland I.. M. PenwHI
B. A. Mnyder, Asst. Secretary P. 4. Moaaghaji. W. H. -Kawtniaji
F. M. Bone brake. Treasurer H. F. Guthrie, Irwin Sn at tin iter
W . K. Hasan, Attorney A. .H. Purdy
Sunday evenings during the coal
shortage was decided last night by ;he
ministers of North Topeka. The first
service will be held next Sunday even
ing at the Second Presbyterian church.
The morning services and Sunday
schools will be held as usual in the
respective churches. The different
ministers hav- expressed themselves
as bein; in full harmony with the fuel
conservation movement, and anxious
to do their part in conserving.
J. K. Jones at Grant. Henry W. Kail
at Quincy i.nd Hoy I. Bone at McKin
ley addressed the school children this
morning and explained to them the
connection of thrift stamps witn win
ning the war. The speeches were of a
patriotic nature and tt is hoped the
children wili become interested and by
carrying the message to their horr.:es
wi!l in turn interest their families.
Notes and Personals.
There were no services yesterday at
the Second Presbyterian church as
coal that had been ordered failed to
arrive, and the supply was exhausted.
AJr. and Mrs. Clay Sanders and lit
tle daughter Lena spent Sunday in St.
Marys.
John Segrist, of Chicago, who has
been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Segrist, of 1503 Van Buren street, left
for his home today.
Uobert Brothers and family, who
live on the lower Silver Lake road,
will move next week to the Farns
worth farm, nine miles north of
town.
Miss Marie' French, of 1126 MonroJ
si-ccl, nas gone to jtiuicninson, han.,
where she will be the guest of relatives
for an indefinite time.
Louis Feiger and Carl Chipman
have gone to Kansas City to take en
trance examinations for the navy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. o. Henderson, of
Meriden, were on the North side Sat
urday. Little Jane Brittain, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brittain, of 815
Quincy street, who has been Mrs
Henderson's guest for two weeks, re
turned to her home Saturday.
The following boysk from Fort Pike,
Arkansas, in Sanitary train 312. Am
bulance company 347 are spending
their furloughs with relatives in
town: Fred Frey, Candla Torsland,
Clarence Anderson and Roy L. Luthve.
Mrs. Mildred Duncan, of Birming
ham, Ga., is the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. J. D. Pratt, of 833 Jackson street.
Mrs. Duncan's father. Nesbet Elmore,
of Teeumseh. is in St. Francis hospital,
suffering from an Infected great toe,
caused by a horse stepping on his foot.
! ira u. Kagle, headquarters com-
pany. 355th infantry. Camp Funston.
"Prescribe More
Bitro-Phosphate
ft
"TO INCREASE STRENGTH
AND NERVE ENERGY"
The advice ..to young physicians of Dr.
I. H. Alexander, Specialist at Colombia
Medical School, tionvernneur Hospital and
Vanderbilt Clinic New York City.
Pr. Alexander, in discussing his work
as a teacher of medicine, - realizing the
crrrat responsibility resting1 on one who
is seeking to guide aright the young men
studying to be doctors, says : "I try to
Impress upon tin-in the vital importance
and necessity tf prescribing bitro-pr.ot1-phate
in cases, exhibiting symptoms of
nervp weakness or exhaustion. It is now
a fairly well established fart that lark of
sufficient nerve vitality is the underlying
cause of many diseases aud weaknesses
both mental and physical. The nerves need
organic phosphate in a state of com
bination essentially the same as that con
tained in them ail orgauic or physiologi
cal phosphate that is readily assimilTited,
such as bitro-phosphate. When the nerve
celts become sufficiently supplied with this
most essential substance, new strength
aud vigor is created and the whole system
is toned up." Ititro-phosphate, so highly
recommended by Ir. Alexander and many
other prominent physicians, can be obtain
ed, with or without ;i phvsician's prescrip
tion, at the drug counters of Tally-Mcpar-land
Drug Co., Waggoner & Goodrich and
other first-class druggists. Aside' from
its known strength-building properties and
its proven efficacy as a nerve tissue
builder, bitro-phosphate I being success
fully used by, thousands who desire to gain
a few pounds of solid, healthy flesh. It
is always sold under a positive guarantee
of satisfaction or money refunded. Adr.
For victory
For yourself
For your family
was a guest over Sunday of the V. C.
Beers family, 215 West Gordon street.
Mr. Eagle's home is in Iearney, Neb.,
where the Befrs family lived before
coming to Topeka.
At the pubiic installation held Fri
day night by Amity temple No. 108,
Pythian Sisters, the" following officers
were installed: Past chief. Rose
Cleveland; most excellent chief, Hes
ter Adams; mistress of finance, Min
nie McGrew;' .mistress of records and
correspondence. Nora Baker; excellent
senior, Anna Johnson; excellent junior.
Myrtle McGrew; manager, Jessie
Sash; protector, Alice Peyton; outer
guard. Myrtle Hovender.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wells, of 505
Paramore street, entertained yester
day at a family dinner iin honor of
their son, Mr. Krnest Wells, and Mrs.
Wells, who were married last Thurs
day. Mrs. Wells was formerly Miss
Mattie Beers. .
Lon Euler, formerly of North To
peka. has gone lo; Katoon. N. . M-.
where he will be employed as an
operator in the Santa Fe offices. 1
SANTA FE NOTES
Notes and perauaaib from Snnt:t b'm
by Frances Jones, 21 (irnttau street.
Teleplioue between 8 or. 10 a. ui.. 36ao;
other uunrs. 4761 K-2.
Fireman Clifford Taylor was" taken ill
suddenly Saturday evening while on a
aw itch enelue in the van Is. He was removed
to the company hospital. lie is the son of J
wiiuam Layi or or me paint soops.
Mrs. W. Ii. Davidson of tbe statistical
department spent the week end at Tamp
Funston with her husband. Spt. lavidaon
who is in training in tbe officers training
camp.
Kd Austin, machinist apprentice, is suf
fering with a broke arm which be injured
in his work last week.
Helen, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
1 ). M. Lane is absent -from bis work in
the paint shops this -week owing to tbe
illness of his little daughter Maiirine, who
is ill of scarlet fever. She . is reported
slightly improved.
I. Hart of the general claim depart-1
ment has gone to AmariUo, Tcxas, on busi
ness. - -r
Miltaii Saylor, foreman of the rimming
gang at the machine shops Is recovering
after an illness of several days, .
John B. Stevenson died Monday morning
after an -illness of several nionths. He was
fororeHy employed in the planning mill at,
the shops.
K L., Simpson of the stores department
spent a day recently in Kansas City.
EAST SIDE NOTES
Notes and personals front Eas Side
by Frances Jones. 211 Grattan street.
Telephone between 8 and 1U . nXr 3&tf;
other hours. 4701 K-2. . .
Mrs. F. O. Gill, Germau avenue, wbo has
been quite ill for several days with chick
en pox, is improved. Her little son. Fred,
jr., is also ill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kyan. T.01 Liberty
street, are the parents f a daughter, born
Saturday evening. Mrs. Hyan. before her
marriage, was Miss Florence Coulter.
Corp. Harold Jette,,of Fort Leavenworth,
and Harry McFarlaul of Camp Funston,
spent the sveek end with Mr. McFnrland's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. McFariand,
Seward avenue.
The Rev. K. E. Ford, 1216 Fast Kighth
avenue, who haa been ill with smallpox, is
recovered and has been released from quar
antine. The aid society of the East Side Meth
odist church will meet all day Wednesday
with Mrs. Sam Cunningham. Choir prac
tice will be held Wednesday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham. ' .
Mrs. Frank Coulter, of Ited ltock, Okla.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Kyan,
and Mr. Hyan. She is also the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Archie Alexander and fam
ily. Mrs. A. Carrier, of Killings, Mont. is vis
iting her brother. Mr. James I'arks, Klein
street.
Miss Bessie Illston and Mr. Charles La
Verne Chaplin -were married Thursday in
Kansas City. Mr. Chaplin Is the son of
Mrs. Klla Chaplin. f15 Scotland avenue.
Mrs. Chaplin formerly lived at 353 Michigan
avenue. Tbe young couple will be at home
to their friends at 515 Scotland avenue.
C. A. Kaus has returned to his work at
Camp Funston, after spending the week
end with his family. Fast Sixth avenue.
Louis Follette, who has been ill several
months at the home of his parents. Fifth
and Lake streets, is slightly improved.
Mrs. Oscar Marshall, of Kansas City, a
former Topeka resident, underwent a sur
gical operation at Stormont hospital Mon
day morning.
Doctor Howard, 1211 East Eighth avenue,
is ill of pneumonia.
OAKLAND NOTES
Notes and personals from Oakland
by Frances Jones. 211 Grattan streeu
Telephone between 8 and 10 a. m., 3530;
other aours. 4751 K-2.
An early Oakland car Jumping the track
at the end of the line early Monday morn
ing caused many people a great deal of in
convenience. When the car was finally
put in running order and started to town
it carried more than -a hundred belated
persons to their work.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole will be host
and hostess Wednesday evening to the
members of the Oakland Veteran's club
and their families. The guests will help
Comrade Cole commemorate his seventy
first birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Short, of Topeka.
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Manker.
K. Main, .".95 Fo res t a ven ue. who was
injured while at work last week, aud who
has been confined to his borne since, is
recovering.
Miss Esther Covert, Arter avenue, and
Mr. Elmer Schwartz, -ere married Satur
dHv afternoon at the home of Mr. and
! Mrs. Edward Schwartz. 1.102 Logan street,
; North Topeka. the home of the groom's
' parents. The ceremony was solemnized by
' the Rev. Herbert Jones, pastor of the
I North Topeka Christian church. The
; bride was gowned in pink satin and
I carried white brides roses tied with pink
tulle. he bud as her attendant Mrs.
Charles Schwartz, who carried pink car
: nations. Mr. Charles Schwartz, a brother
; of the groom, was hi attendant. About
i ftftv guests were present. Mr. and Mrs.
Schwarts will be at lioiue to their friends
! at 1302 Logan street.
i J. D. Brown, of Boise. Idaho, has come
to spend tbe winter witn ms stater. Airs.
E. Main and family. Forest avenue.
The condition of M. T. Kelsey. .who
underwent an operation at a local hos
pital, is slightly improved.
ALr. and Mrs. George Hart, of Clinton.
iLN lb
AKD EOSCELLANEODS AOS
ADVERTISING KATES: Tne rate for
InaertiBg Want Ads in Tbe Topeka State
Journal la 1 cent a word each Insertion,
minimum 10 ceuts; by tbe week. 5 cents a.
word, mi n iin u m go cents.
COUNT THE WORDS of yoor ad Incltin
!dr tour words for State Journal address,
when address is nsed count each "initial'
letter and eacb number or combination of
figures as one word.
CLOSING HOCR : Want Ads to be classi
fied properly must be in The State Journsl
office before 12:20 o'clock. Want Ads re
ceived after 12:20 till 1:15 p. m will be In
serted under the head: "Too Late to Clas
sify." OUT OP TOWN sdvertlsements must b
accompanied with cash or check In full
payment of the same. Note th- foregoing
lustructiona about counting tbe words and
He rate per word for The Topeka State
journal.
RI AL ESTATE TRANSFERS
P. Heil and wife to J. W. Sehaefor, w.
V. of sw. 1.1-1-14 -rf $o,000
H. B. Schwartz and wife to O. Zeld
ler, lots 125 s. V, 12:! Taylor St.,
Farusworth's Pnrk Place add 650
T. Fisher and wife, to W. H. Dutton,.
lots S5S-60, Madison St., blk. 17,
Pierce's add h
LOST AND FOUND
LOST English Setter dog, black and white
with tan on face. Phone 5409-J, J. A.
Campbell, jr.,court liouse,Topeka.
LOST Silver vauity case. Sat. night on.
11:45 K. 1. or left on Lowman or Wash
burn car. Phone .'ffloK. Reward.
LOST Child's muff, gray and white, be-
i IwPoA flth mill lat on It'll Imnpo Phnno
:!K!N.
WANTED SITCATIONS-MALE
ELDERLY MAN wants light work inside or
out. AddreSB "K. W.," care Journal.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOK SALK OR TRADE Millinery store.
For information write Box 501, Waboo,
Neb. .
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Bookbinder, good all around
man, steady and reliable. Good ges.
Steady situation. For northwestern city.
Send full particulars. Address 700,"
car Journal.
LIFE INSURANCE MSN Salary and
commission to right mail any where in
Kansas. Will help yo get started. Call or
write. Geo. Godfrey Moore, New England
Bldg., Topeka
BK A K EM EN, FlKEMEN, $125-$150lage 18-
40 ; experience unnecessary. Hallway,
care Journa 1. t
Al'TO 1IEPAI11 man wanted at Auto
Servb-e Company,507W. loth.
COOK WANTED at StTChsrles hotel, 4th
and Jefferson, phone 1252.
WANTED Tay laborers". Apply foreman,
Santa Ke brass foundry.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
TELEPEIO?lSTS
. Alert and intelligent young wo
men of good character will be given
an opportunity to learn telephone
operating. Salaries paid while
learning. Steady employment as
sured. Unusual ..pportunlty for ad
vancement to ttKne who qunlify at
this time due to large numbers' of
our highly trained telephonists be
ing assigned to operate switch
boar Is at National Army Canton
ments. Apply at Exchange Build
ing, 812-14 Jackson Avenue.
ARM-Waitress wanted at Scott's Restau
rant. 427 Kansas avenue.
WANTED Good cook at once. Phone "lfifi2.
WANTED TO BUY
OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED
Don't Matter If Broken.
I pay $2 to $15 per set. Also cash for old
gold, silver, and broken jewelry. Send
by pur-el post and receive check by return
mail. Will bold goods 10 days for senders
approval of my offer. L. Maser-2007 So.
3th St.. Phila., Pa.
WANTED furniture of all kinds. I
buy stoves. Call me before you selL
K. B. Logan, S22 Kansas avenue,
phone 312
Phone 266- for highest
for iimk of all kinds.
DYAL BROS.
prices
WANTED TO buy your cottonwood, elm,
maple, hackbTry and sycamore logs.
Kaw Package Mfg. Co.. Topeka. Kanaas
WANTED TO BUY land that theriver is
cutting on. any place. Write the Patent
Steel Jetty Co.. Silver Lake. Kansas.
Mo, are the parents of a son. born Tues
day. They have named him George Henry,
jr. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. "Richardson. Winfield avenue.
Miss Alice Linn will have as her guests
Tuesday evening the members of tbe
S. O. D. H. club.
NEW BISHOP INSTALLED
Rt. Rev. J. C. Sage Takes Charge Sa
lina Episcopal Diocese.-
Salina, Kan., Jan. 21. The Rev.
John VC. Sage was installed as bishop
of the Salina diocese of the Episcopal
church Sunday and will have charge
over more than half the state of Kan
ass. Bishop S. M, Griswold of Chi
cago, whom Bishop Sage succeeds,
preached the installation sermon at
Christ cathedral.
Bishop Sage has been rector at Keo
kuk. Ia., the last six years and prior
to that was rector to St. John's at
Dubuque, la., for ten years. At &
o'clock Sunday afternoon he preached
his first sermon In Salina.
wanted miscellaneous
hemstitchinST:lnkTn('"''
risltlngs of all kinds. Buttons mads.
Mall orders receive prompt, careful attaa-
tlop. Mrs. Merger. Son Topeka.
1082 HASTY AtTTO EXPRESS.
MISCELLANEOUS
FREE CINDERS White Star Laundry.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR'EENT
Six room bonse on North Monroe St.,
3 blocks from Quincy St. school, freshly
papered and in good condition., Qood well
an! cistern. $10 per month.
Eight -oafrn house. Oakland ave., 1 block
from high school, freshly -papered. 3 lots,
good well and cistern. $12 toer mo. Phone
1812or 2300JJ 2 evenings.
i04 KANSAS AVE., S room7Tain,- furnace,
electric lights, new, never occupied
house, laundry basement ;-adults, $25.
1K30 Kansas ave;, 0 rooms, bath, electric
fights, gas. basement, $16.
1R28 Kansas eve- 5 rooms, bath, electric
lights, gas, basement." $14.
' Phone 3143. Roudebnsb . Investment Co.,
623Kansasave. - '
FIVE-ROOM house at" lTOTTtansas ave.
Electric lights, $12. Phone 5502 J.
GOOD 4 room rottage, 1413; Nt .Ilarrison
St.. $fi per month.
FOR RENT STORK ROOMS
KANSASAVE 13Ltore7oornor blag!
Fourth ave. East. 402p, store room.
Special price on eitheY. Phone 610. '
for rent Apartments
STMliNTSOErTQeonrfia
or S740 Black.
FOK RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. 933 and
929 Kansas ave. Phone 2299 Bine.
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOMS
Foil ltE3iT-i-Twfi modern' -Yronfr office
, Tacin
Orphpum Bids. Ptiont! tbr.
yft' ' '
FOK RENT 160 aeres, 10 miles ont, a good
farm, for- sale on good trms. O. It. Gib-
so K. K 28, Station B, Topeka. .
FOK RENT 10 acres, bouse and barn,
near town, cash rent. Inquire TOO Fill
wore. 1711 Ked.
FOR EXCHANGE
SO acres Osage Co., near Reading. 4 -room
house, good barn, outbuildings, half in cult,
balance meadow and pasture. Gas lease
$1.00 acre. Rents $150. Mortg. $2,000. Price
$5,000. Trade equity for clear city prop
erty. Immediate possession. Address For
r.xcnange. care journal.
FOR SALE FARM LANDS.
NOTICE
Sure have a lot of good farms listed for
sale If you want to dispose of yours
come in or write.
W. T. DAWSON & CO.
Columbian Bldg. -
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
; CLOSE m
TOPEKA AVE., 6 rooms, strictly modern.
WEST 11TH STREET, 6 rooms and den
ELMHTJRST, 5 rooms, modern. ' J'
NEAR WASHBURN. 7 rooms, fireplace.
Bleeping porch, tiie bath, etc.
TeMoiTLfeBuildeAs
Phone 100. 201 New England Bids.
SANTA FI5
Shop district bargain, just outside the
rity, 2 blocks from pavement, one block to
graded' school, one block to street car. ten
minutes' walk to Santa Fe shops. 6 rooms,
new bouse, inline condition, pantry, elec
tric lights, good well, big cemented cellar.
4 large lots all set to bearing fruit. Price
$2,600; terms.
STMEOTC.
534 Kansas Ave. Phone 5050.
NEW ONE FOK SALE
Ietter this morning frotn" absent owner
wants ns to sell an p;imvrood avenue,
Potwin. nearly new 5 rm.. ail modern
bungalow, oak finish, 5 hob., bath, elec..
furnace, full cement basement, lots 2o4
feet deep. Can give a bargain. Rents for'
20. Cottrell Co.. 107 E. 7th. Tels. 5.T0. a40S.
YOUR CHANCE IS IN CAN ATA RICH
LANDS and btisiness opportunities offer
you independence : Farm lands. $11 to 10
acre: irrigated lands. $S5 to $.V: Twenty
years to ray: $2,000 loan in improvements:
or ready made farms. Loan of live stock..
Taxes average under twenty cents an acre:
no taxes on improvements, pergonal proper
ty or live stock. Good markets cliur-hes.
schools. roads. telephones. Excellent
climate crops and lire stock prove it.
Special liomeseekers fare certificates.
Write for free booklets. - ALLKN CAM
ERON, General Superintendent. Land
Branch. Canadian Pacific Railway. ISO
Ninth Avenue, Calgary, Alberta.
FOR SALE ALTOMOBILES.
CAM KAMASKS
1917 Ford Touring car .J-'iflO.OO I
Late Dodge Roadster 730.00 j
Overland Touring 200.00
Detroit Electric Coupe SOO.O0
W. H. IJIES CO.
Phone 3071. 91 H Kansas Ave. I
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALi; Very good milch cow Jnst
fresh, calf by side; heavy milker. Phone
3138.
FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FOR SALE Household good. 312 Fast th.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED Watch repairing. Main sprints.
75c; cleaned, 75c. All work guaranteed.
Armstrong Jewelry Co.. 429 Kansas Ave.
WOOD FOR SALE. All lengths. Prompt
delivery. D. O. Orr. 1733 Buchpuan at.
Phone No. 2254 Red. - ,
WOOD OR SALE Sixteen inch lengths. 24
inch lengths and 4 foot lengths. A. T.
Kidwell, West TentL. st. Phone No. 1933
K-2.
FOR SALE 100 or 200 bushels of corn.
Phone 1853 N-2.
FOR WOOD call 5260 J, grate, stove and
f urn ape Teng t h s.
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay. Phone fi35.
10R2 HASTY AUTO EXPRESS.
MOVING
IFEHEMOEE MOVING
CALL- PHONIC 4341.
FURRIERS
John Petrsilek, the only practical furrier
In Kansas. 127 W. 7th at.. Topeka.
PICTURE, FRAMING
FRAMING, regit ding, mat making, mount
lr.t done by J. D. So HI tod. 122-124 W. tH
LEGAL
: ' r . Published in Topeka State Journal, January 21,
quarterly report of the commissioner of finance and revenue
I'EKA KANSAS, as required by section 25. artit-Ie 4, chapter 14. Session Laws of
of 1013, showing a complete statement of all taxes and other revenues collected and
the quarter ending December 31, 1017.
Cash in all funds October 1. 1017
Received Taxes from County Treasurer during quarter ....
Received from all other sources
Total disbursements from all funds during quarter
.Balance December 31, 1917
DISTRIBUTED AS BBLOW
Balances
Oct. 1. 11".
General Fund
$ 87,877.97
Sinking Fund
45,383.32
Interest Fund
.General Water Fund.
52,969.03
Interest Water Fund. ... 4,322.29
Sinking Water Fund. .
Library Fnnd 34.-i.fi2 . KItp-1 Taxes from County Warrants Pslil
Treasurer 5.I4.OT .
Sidewalk Fund ..." l.Ofi.1.45 Hjl""''' Taxes from County
' Treasurer ,21.01 '-
, ftonds raid .- 15.!"fl0fK
Sewer Bond Fund 19.0.S7.24 Revert Taxes from County Coupons Paid ................... 2.SKU 2,
, a..,--'--..., Treasurer 4.002.23 Commiasiou Puid at Fiscal
' t ' t . Agency , -
Received Taxes ftrom County Bonds Paid 2-"-.0RJ.fiJ
Street and Alley Paving Bond Treasurer 25,425.21 1'oupnris Paid .I.OTm.Io
Fund -. 3.741.20 Received from accrued interest Commission Paid at Fiscal T -
on bonds Bold 7"-.M Agency It. St. ;
Received Taxes from County, ' (
Park Fund 2.31T."..-! Treasurer ; . 2"-47.R7 Warrants Paid 6,G74.Cf
Received from all other sou rces OM).02 ,
' i 1
Music Fnnd .. .T8S.0R Received Taxes from County Warrant Paid 80.00
Treasurer l.il.no .
' . Bonds Matured 2,SO0.( - ...
Firemen's Relief Fund 1,391.59 ; Coupons Matured ,"-o.25 Warrants Paid 3,082.5a -
- I Received from I'.nnk Interest.... 11.13 '
Judgment Fund '. 5.977.92 i Warrant Paid T ' t2.fi. i
Garfield Park Improvement Fund S3t.9S j Warrants Psld .' g7-M
: : : -wnr'
- i Received Taxes from County ' ,
Special Lighting Fund 4,879.02 j Treasurer 6-15.52 Warrants Paid 3,123.81!
' I Received from all other sources.. 12.00 . ' '
F.mergen y Fund :.. n.4ITi.97 j
Bridge Fund-.: .".... 20.W7.19 ( R T, rT",e'", .ffOM. .CU.n!J 2r.lS.9S Warrants Paid '. 6.0O3M,
Pipe Organ Fund............ 410.W KSX Cmmr l-,l AO ' .' ,.'.......2?
j p- . : ' : n
I Charity Fund 437.K) nfTlved Taxea from County Warrant Psld &T82
' Tressurer 201. ,2 -
1 . : 1 p -
Extra Fire'Puttoon Fund.... 5.019.17 Received Taxes from County Warrants Paid .270..'rf-'
Treasurer 2.1 1.94 , .
, -
i Ripley Park Improvement Fund.. ' 2.?Xi.0& Transferred from General Fnnd. " 05.00 ! Warrants Psld -2.400.00
; . -
Ripley Park Pnrchosing Fund-- 1h.0UQ.Omi t J -
Road Fund 6.C92.96 Received Poll Tsx from County Warrants Paid T.9aS.W !
Treiisur-T 2.i00.00
I ' Itecel-fed Taxes from County t
All Benefit -Fonda.. 10.549.90 Treasurer '217 92 Warrant Paid v 272.52
. Received from relaying sidewalks l:.l
Paving 1910 No. 1 Flind '. . . 2.1-V.m '. . ' j
, r. : 1 ;
. M -. 4 Reserve Fund, 4- of contract
Paving 1917 No. 1 Fund , 1.-1.9-"! R5 .Received from Sale of Bonds 82,100.0a price T.254.1S r
.... ; Warrants Paid i.frMH ?
4 Re-rve Fnnd-U.r ' . ,3AU! Itfron Psving ,1017 No. 1 Warrant. Pa.d 8,2931
. . . . . t '
Total ....;'.........,............n2ti.54.l2 ToUl .1 $211,575.40 Total f317.581.1T
State of Kansas. Shawnee County. Ss : -
- We do solemnly swear that the nlVrre
quarter ending December 31, 1917, as siiown
tSeal.l , ..
Subscribed and .worn to before me
...
MONEY
FARM LOANS WANTED.
This company has an unlimited
amount of funds to lend- on East"
ern .ind Central Kansas Farms at
6 with a reasonable commission.
Our representative it at your service
if you want information..
THE FARM MORTGAGE CO..
Crawford Building. Topeka,' Kan.
Phono 565L .
WE HAVE $250,000 AVAILABLE .
for loans on farms and city 'property at
positively the lowest rates being made.
If you wish a new loan or to. changs
or increase your loan call or write
BETZBR REALTY A LOAN CO.
New England Bldg. EstabllshedjB.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY. -
Horses, cattle, pianos, diamonds, honss
bold goods, libraries, typewriters, autos
carriages, machinery, and to salaried peo
ple. P. S. Thomas. &. . Kansas aveou.
Tel.
LOANS MADE on personal security: also
to salaried persons j. Biscoe. ?t23 K.
' UNDERTAKING
THE U M. PEN WELL Undertaking CO-&u0-50-510
Q u lncy s treet. TelepJiODS 182.
H. W. BOMGARDNER, undertaker. Per
sonsl service. Masonic Bldg. Ptaons 140,
LEGAL
Receipts
during qunrter
Received Taxes from County
Treasurer $ 20.151 .85
Received from all other sources. 11,212.82
Received Tuxes
Treasurer
from County
Received Taxes from County
'Treasurer : 1 2.015.19
Received from interest on eertifi
cate of deposit . 20.00
Received from consumers.. 25f1.P.O
Received from Bank Interest.... 455,23
Kerelved Taxes from County
1 ressurer
l.SflO.42
unsrerred from Ueneral Water -y
'und S.(i.VI.OIT
Bonds Matured
2.000.00
is a true and correct statement of all
by tbe books of the City Treasurer. So
this Uth day of January, 1918.
ETTA M. COVELL, City Clerk.
'OGGER.Y
t. S. GALITZKY.
.INSURANCE..
L. W. WILSON Fire, tornado, plat elasa
bisurance.Phon SM, 26 Colcmblan BIdg1
FIRE, tornado ni.d automobile insiirapceT
Chas. T. Nichols. Phone 262. ,
FARM LOANS
FARM LOANS. 6 and 6 per cent.- lY
Nichols Realty Co 52i- Ksn Aw Tel. 4t
LEGAL
First published in Tbe Topes ' State
Journal, January 18. Iul8 1 --
Office of the C'tty Clerk.
Topeka. Kansas. January 18, 101S.
4 REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is herebv given that the rooks
for the registration of voters of the City
of Topeka, Kansas, are" now open- at the ,
office of the city clerk, third floor. City
Hall.
To become a legal voter,, you roust b
registered. '' "'
If you failed to vote at tbe last genern
election, Nrw. 7, 1016, you must reregister '
If you have changed your address slimr:
you registered you must reregister. jto,
If you have changed your name since. y.uu
registered you must re-register
If you have not ret voted In the Citj
of Topeka, and have lived here :i0 days or
more and in the State ti months or more,
you may regirfter. .
If you have never voted, and are 21 years ,
of sge, yon must register before you can
cast vonr vote. ETA M. COVELL. lAr
Seal. City i'lerlo'
LEGAL
1918.1
and the city treasurer of to-
1907, and chapter 76 of the Session Laws
expended by the City of Topeka during
$rt2..-v1S62
.fl2,9K9.2
l4U.5mi.14
5IW.124.02- -...
:U7.5S1.7 r
.$220,542.35
Dlsbursmeists
during quarter.
Salaries and Miscellaneous Ex- -
penses $.t7.4.V02
Fire Department 15.2W 01
Police Department J2.::.i
Street Department 14.H24.:w
Engineering Department 4.x:t.07
Asphalt Department ZKi us
Electric Light Department .t.Ml
Crematory Department 2,152.54
Transferred to Ripley Park Int
jtrovement Fund . -0Q
Coupons Paid
Exchange and Commission
at Fiscal Agency
5.0:15.7.';
I Wsrranta Paid ... .. . .... 23.G21.22
i Transferred to Interest W ater ;
r unn w.i.io.iii
I Coupons Paid
7.49.1
Income Tax Paid.
, Kxch
1 t
Klaeal Agpnr
7.:;s
i Bonds Bouehf S.nnBOB-
Accrued Interest on Bonds.
j
moneys received and expended dnrins; tba 1!
help us God. i
W. H. WASSON. i
Commissioner of Finance and Revenoa. ,
' ALBEBTA BALE.
City Treasurer.
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