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DRAWN FOR THE STATE JOURNAL-BY GEORGE M'MANUS
DEAD CITY RAISED
Capital of Picardy Is Again a
LiYing Town.
BRINGING UP -FATHER
(Copyright, 1918, Internationa) News
. . Service.) . v.
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BE DK,N1FIED
HECE COMES
THE WAITRESS!
WELL.-'WEU. "IP IT
NTT MA1E OONT
THE. SWELL RESTAURANT,
I THE feVELLffST
PLACE IrA TOWN
so ee CAREFUL
AOOOT U5lNi
A. WIFE-
0ir.VFlEO AN
WHEN "YOU G$T
TtREOl-LL
, VTART lf:
"TOO fET
.rlVE. VAVTRE -INSTEAD
OEM
SO "TOO WON'T MEET
WILL - i COT
MX MOUTH :
TVsMCE. TESTES-
At "earest Point Germans Are
17 Allies Away.
ANX OF-YOOR WAITER
DAY WITH
ONE.!
SOLEMN CATHEDRAL SERVICE
SHERMAN -
WUZRKHT-
Stars and Stripes Wared
Breeze From Windows.
in
Choir and Congregation in
Uniforms of Allied Armies.
THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16, 1918
II- A I
II . YHLi TOO REMENBEH ME- I
I tf3al USEO TO PICK OP
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yw , i m i x ii . v- twi -11 bruciMva i4
With the British Armies in France,
Aug. 15 (night ) Amiens Is no longer
silent and deserted.
In one of th'e most dramatic cere
moniei of the war, while the famous
cathedral resounded with speech and
song, for the first time in nearly five
month, the relief of Picardy's capital
was celebrated today, simultaneously
with reconseeratlon of the edifice
which has been battered by German
hells and bombs since March.
Today -the Germans are 17 miles
away, at the nearest point: The ca
thedral was re-opened at a mass at
tended by every soldier who could ar
range the journey. They came from
miles around. The choir was composed
entirely of soldiers In- dusts', rusty,
horizon blue. The organist and viol
inist ware attired the same way. Only
the pastor was garbed for the occa
sion. His assistant, like the.choir wore
the ordinary uniform of the trenches.
Stars niKl ftrlpos tn H recto.
Ovrr the high altar, the stars and
strides fluttered atn(n; the flags of
th? allies, the wind blowing freely
thru tile shattered windows from many
nf which the last splinter of ancient,
sup'irh .tins is gonfi.
lii",h in the nave and transept, as
tonirliod pigeons, stopped only by
crnFiting shells, fluttered about.
in this building the pastor told the
story of the cathedral. Listening were
-nurican. Oritish and French, Bel
gian, Italians and other allied officers
and soldiers, standing or sitting be
tween columns protected by sand bags.
A few civilians wandered in to give
thanks.
Arisen from the dead, the city of
Amiens is today alive.
SANTA FE NOTES
Notrs niul personals from Santa FS
by Frnmea Telephone 11530.
Mr jiikI Mrs. F. G. It!r-Me anrl daujrhtr
M:ir:.ii will lc:iv? Snturdny f"r Chioflgo
end (VhiinlMirt. Thfy will spend a
n,rt titr.f TiaHluir rplatires mid friend.
Mr. UitW-le Is vi-ii'loved iu the blacksmith
hln.n-.
Th- stnt bnarI of health car "Warren"
will. Ii h;ts bwn in the paint ihnps for re
! rnrliijr hihI repainting hi been ben
fi!l)sll"il -1 1141 BPtlt (Hit.
rivile Nrtvlor hn mtwrnffl to bis work
in t!i: i;ilut uliops after liffinp off from
work tru il.'ivs htaiiJio of Illness.
Mtk N. K. Srth of tl fu1 tlpartment
win s;t tul thft wfek rl In Kansaa City.
Mr. itnil Mrs. W. B. Wilson hare returned
fii.m ttrtana, wh?r tboy spent a few days
rt nt i v. vlUlnp.
Mr. tinrt Mrn. OH.rsre Loper are expiwtd
Im:".- snmlnv from Iowa where they a pent
it.i-ir YfuMtifin vinltlnir relatives at rarioua
pi!!,t In tlie ataie.
i.t!!:nr,!"! -nr 422 rhlrh !s nued bv TH
vision sui'erlnteiKlpnt . T. McClellan baa
beeti repainted in tlin 'fopeka paint abopB
iiikI Is niiw ri:ily for use.
Miss I n-ne Wilson lias returned frocs a.
visit ro her lnther and family. Mr. and
Mr. i'ii Wilson at Kansas City.
M rs. Iru ,loh 1 1 son. ;i: Iceland street.
Is nt'ovfrinr ;ifter having been ill.
XTr? l.iu-y KnKn nf Ottawa is visiting
her tMiputer, Mra. Oorge rollinger nd
i in ill v.
How to Look and Feel
Bright in Hot Weather
When tlpreasMjil hy the heat and yn
v;mt to f iAhrn 11 j for the afternoon or
frvttniiij;. jt bjith,. the f;itv iu a lotion
maili by dissolving an ounce of pure
pi. wilfreO nnxolite in a hnlf pint of witch
li.ixfl. You will find this more refresh
itiff than an hour's rest.
.s a xvrlnklo remover the anxolite
totinu is rniarknbly siuvpssful. Its ac
tion i almost mnjfUnl. The deepest, fur
rou. us well ix thp finest lines whether
hi- to .ijre. illtienn, weather or worry are
iinnM'.h' rely nffeVtert. Enlarged pores are
rnrttii-ed, flnfihy skin is "drawn in." fallal
rotttmr is improved wonderfully. The sim
ple tiitrredirnt f ('ource can be had at any
drugstore, anil ymi need not hesitate to try
tlie loiinti, ns it will not harm any skin in
thf icjijtr. Advertisement.
L. M. I'.nwell
President
l'hone 773.
K. M. JotinsoB
Sef'y-Trpflu
l'hone 3U9
THE L M. PENWELL
UNDERTAKING CO.
fiOO KOR-Slu UulncT Street Phone 12
Meat Market
110 E. 6th St. Phone 747
Information New Ideas
Ask Rabe Bros. They can
guide you to your best in
terest. Special Compound .256
Veal Roast 206
Veal Stew 18
Chuck Roast 20f
Plate Roast 18e
Pork Loin Roast 33
Spare Ribs 17?
Neck Bones , 10?
Bulk Sausage 20?
Hamburger 20?
Liver . . 10?
Brains 15?
Calif. Hams 24?
Bacon Squares 30?
Sugar Cured Bacon by
Y or strip 40?
Sugar Cured Ham 33?
Dry Salt Butts 25?
Mackerel, 2 for 25
Herring, each 5
CD ) Q
ROAD IN 100 DAYS
French
Build 130 Miles
Record Time.
in
Includes Two Big Bridges and
375-Yard Tunnel.
Paris, Aug. It. A railway more
than 130 miles In length behind the
French front has been built in les
than 100 days and yesterday wae
opened for traffic. Its purpose is to
improve communication between the
northern and southern parts of the
northern . railway system. The con
struction involved the building of two
important bridges and a tunnel 375
yards in length. Premier Clemenceau
and Albert Claveille, minister of pub
lic works, were present at the open
ing. "All France." exclaimed the pre
mier, "is working until the day when
victory shall come a day of which
the dawn is breaking."
GERMANY IS TeEVED
Doesn't Like England's Recognition of
the Czccho-Slovak Nation.
Amsterdam. Aug. 16.- German
newspapers comment bitterly upon
the manifesto issued by Great Britain
in recognition of the Czecho-Slovak
nation.
"It is the acme of hypocrisy when
England gives these notorious, traitors
a testimonial that they are waging
legi..mate warfare' the Cologne Ga
zette says. .
"This recognition wjll remain only
a recognition on paper if the central
powers, as they have so far, remain
victorious against' the world attack,"
says the Frankfort Gazette.
"Nevertheless England's step, which
is doubtless backed b. the remainder
of the entente, must certainly affect' ma a nompson w
e.imtn h- jk 'her sister. Mrs. H. C. Jones and Mr.
detrimentally the meagre p Aspects of
peace, because promises have been
made of a Czecho-Slovak nation, which
promises could only materialize after
the collapse of Austria.
TRErW"jOTRAINING
local Agent for Ford Motor Car to
Artillery School.
Villard H. Trefry, 727 Polk street,
has been accepted for the Fieli-"Artil-Icry
Central Officers Training school,
to be held at Camp Zachary Taylor,
Kentucky. Trefry is owner and man
nger of the Trefry Motor company,
the local agents for Ford cars.
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Trace sixty line and ten
And see my brother Ben.
Draw from one to two and so on to
the end.
BUY COFFEE
Santos 'Special." 1 lb . .23c
Choice Brand, 1 lb 3o-
Silver Brand, 3 lb $1.00
BUTTER
Meadow Gold ......... .47c
We Pay Cash For Eggs.
Grand Union Tea Co.
610 Kansas Are. Phone 1070
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North Side. News
V
Items for this column may be left at
Petro's drug store, or phone Eleanor
. Kimball after S p. m. ; other hours ,
phone 3530.
A meeting will be held Monday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Second
Eresbyte rian church in the interest of
organizing a kindergarten In North
Topeka. Miss Harding, an experi
enced kindergarten teacher, will be
present and will give a talk present
ing the value of this training for the
children. It is necessary for a mem
bership of twenty-five children to be
promised before a kindergarten can
be organised in a community. The
children eligible are those under 6
years and over 5. A petition to be
presented to the board of education
will be prepared and will be ready
for the signatures of those who are in
favor of the project. Mr. C. M. Mor
row is stronglyin favor of it, and be
lieves heartily in-its support. Among
the women interested are Mrs. John
R". Johnston of Jackson street, Mrs.
Knoll of Jackson street, Mrs. L. W.
Smith -of Central avenue and Mrs. C.
U. Thompson of Jackson street. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
persons interested in this movement
to be present at the meeting Monday
night. .
Notes and Personals.
Miss Bertha Tiffany left last night
for Chicago, for a short vacation.
The A. M. girls will give a line party
at the Orpheurn this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones of SIS
Jackson street, are entertaining at a
family reunion. Their guests are: Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Jones of Detroit,
Mich., Miss Bessie, Jones of Chicago,
Sergeant Fred M. ' Jones of Camp
Hicks. l"exas, Mrs. Nellie Hensel and
children of San Francisco, Cal., Mrs.
C. E. Jones of South Topeka. Ser
geant Jones will be in Topeka until
Monday. t
Jones on a motor trip to Chicago. They
left this morning- expecting to b gone
about a week.
Mr. aud Mrs. John Hofer left yes
terday for Los Angeles, Cal., where
they will yisit their son. Will Hofer,
formerly of North Topeka. "
Charles E. Heartburn, formerly of
Korth Topeka, who moved to Man
hattan several years ago. is mentioned
as one of sixteen candidates for the
Manhattan postoffice. When Mr.
Heartburg lived in North Topeka he
was connected with the Mid-Connen.t
mill.
A. S. Strain returned yesterday from
Fort Scott where he represented the
postal employes at the State Federa
tion of Labor. Mr. Strain says the im
pression of the general public in re
gard to labor organizations seems to
be that they are instrumental in caus
ing strikes, etc' He wishes to state
that at this meeting not one word of
this kind was heard, but on the con
trary every effort was made to further
the national welfare.
OAKLAND NOTES -
Notes' and persons from Oakland by
Frances Jones. Telephone 3530. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Piatt will change
their residence the first of next month
from 184 Oakland arena to Winconfiln
avenue in Higrhtiind Park. Mr. Piatt will
be the principal at the Highland Park
school during the coming school year.
John Phillips f Los Angele?, Cal., who
has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. M. T.
Kelsey. Arter avenue, is spending this
week in Carbondale. He will rteurn the
first of th wee"k to spend a short time
before returning home
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Borovlck and
daughter, Miss Amy Borovick, of Winfield
avenue, have left for New York, where they
will spend two weeks, the guests of Mrs.
Korovirk's sister. Mrs. M. Vails.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stamm, Arter avenue,
left Thursday to spend a two weeKS' va
cAtion visiting relatives in Kewana, Ind.
and Lake Bruce. They will attend a
familv reunion while tone.
Miss Edna StrobeV and brother, Leonard
Rtmhel. of Pratt. Kan., are visiting air.
and Mrs. George Keesee, Winfield avenue.
EAST SIDE NOTES"
Notes and personals from East Sid
by Frances Joaes. Telephone 3530.
The Dorcas society of the Third Chris
tisn church held a social Thursday after
noon with Mrs. Preston Sawyer, Liberty
street. About twelve members of the
The JuuiorBed Cross "society of the
State Street school meets each Wednesday
afternoon at the school. The attendance
has been rery small during the past few
Mrs. Clyde CBalmers has returned to her
home st Junction City after spending a
few days in Topeka with her parents, 1
m L Peterson, ti rattan street.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Cremer had as dinner
guests Thursday evening, Mrs. Anna
uon-itt- and .mi. Mr. fiuv Hewitt. Ur.
Hewitt is here from Los Angeles and is
visiting his mother.
The Olive club was entertained Thursday
even In? at the home or miss rsnces jon
In Uio-hl.nrl Park The irtl.HtH were : MrS.
Hoy Peterson, Mrs. Milton Bhepherd of
Fresno, C'sl., Miss Ann Flynn, Miss Anns
Johnson, Miss Mse Cremer, Miss Myrtt
iiaipht MiRti Pearl Shanl. Miss Bernlce
Peterson, Miss Kettle Peterson and Miss
Mabel Camp. ' . . , '
rr. a c ftirt of Kmnorls. is visltinc
at" the home of her son, C L. Blrt, East
Eleventh street
Air .nd Mr. R. It. Bteham. Emmett
street, expect to leave next week for Los
Angeles. Cal., where they will make their
home. They will visit their daughter, Mrs.
Harrv BUlman and , family.
"Nira Faye, the little daughter of Mr. sad
Mrs. J. Clements. Ohio avenue, underwent
an operation at St. Francis hospital Thurs
day evening. The little child ran a needle
into her foot Thursday noon. An X-Kay
picture was taken at the hospital, the
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WANTS
AND
MISCELLANEOUS ADS'
ADVERTISING RATES: The rate for
Inserting Want Ads in The Topeka State
Journal Is 1 cent a word each insertion,
minimum 10 ents; by the week 6 cents a
word, minimum GO cents. ...
COUNT THE WORDS or yonr ad Includ
ing four words for State Journal address.
When address is used count each "Initial"
letter and each number or combination of
figures as me word. ...
CLOSING HOUR: Want Ads to be classi
fied properly must be In The State Journal
office before 12:20 o'clock. Want Ads re
eerred after 12 iO Ull 1 05 p. m. will be in
serted under the head: "Too I-te to
Classify."
OUT OF TOWN advertisements mnst be
accompanied with cash or check In fall
fiayment of the same. Note the foregoing
nstructlons about cotmtinff the words ana
the rate per word for The Topeka 8taU
Journal
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Package containing unfinished
sock, needles and yarn. Ri
Return to 1027
Tyler.
BUSINESS CHANCES
2 A MONTH NOW
with four wells finished, one en each cor
ner of the lease, and four more wells drill
ing: with 2tl locations to drill all fully
proven, sud a 10,000 barrel well within 500
feet of our line, we hare the best oU invest
ment to offer that you can hope -to find.
No Investment accepted lets than (100. For
full details; write to '
KANSAS DEVELOPMENT C0MPaJ4',
SEj1! THIS FINE ROOMING HOCSA' near
8th and Qulncy. Buy it and move to To
peka. You " can make it pay. for itself,
there's 1 J rooms, all modern, even to hot
water heating plant and laundry tub.. This
fine house snd 2 lots cost over $10,000 you
can buy It for 17,500 will loan you $6,000
if you have a $1,000 cash. J. T. Bell, ad
viser to buyers of property, 735 Fillmore,
I'none in. -
needle located and removed. She is doing
niceiy.
Mr. Harrv Chaffee, of Leonsrdvllle. will
ei.end the week-end visiting the Rev. and
Mrs. K. K. Resler, Scotland avenue. Mr.
Chaffee is enroute to Baldwin to attend
the Knworth League Institute. Monday
afternoon, the Iier. Mr. Besier, Miss
iertrude Pierson and Miss Susanna
;okins, all of the3eward Avenue Method
ist church, will go to the institute.
Mrs. Harry Walters entertained with a
surnris nnrtv ThnrailaT Jvennir for Mrs.
William Finch at her home, Hi's ewygsrt
avenue. The affair was given In nonor of
Mrs. Finch's birthday Anniversary. The
guests were: Mrs. Mabel Kelley, Mrs. Nellie
uootey, airs, ijeia uaun, Mrs. miner Har
ris. Mrs. Robert Cramer. Mrs. n alter
Lungfttrom, Mrs. Muriel Lungstrom, Miss
J. Smith, Miss Lela Petre, Miss Margaret
Heatherington, Miss None Atkinson, Miss
Jennie Scott. Miss Lontse O'Connetl and
Mrs. Jesse Stafford.
Mrs. w. w. Johnson was given a sur.
nrise birthday shower at her home, 142
Ohio avenue, Thursday afternoon. The
guests of the afteuioon included : Mrs.
w. w, jonnson, airs. j. v. ijipper, airs.
Erifkson, Mrs. J. F. Dsns, Mrs. Ralph
MrKlhben Mm. R. Isaacson. Mrs. Marv
Anderson, Mrs. Tom Puett, Mrs. Eckwald.
Mrs. wedofr. Mrs. J. E. Clements and
Mrs. Carl Johnson.
A man finding few frlgnds at
dance should ask some friend, or the
hostess to introduce htm to some
women wt om he can invite to dance.
Questions Answered by Marie Riley..
(Miss Riley will answer in this
column all questions on matters of
eticyiette addressed to her in care of
this paper. It a personal answer is
desired enclose a 3-cent stamp.)
L. D. T.: Fortunate is the. bride
who can' draw forth from the treasure
trunk her mother' or grandmother's
veil, er who can resort to some price
less piece ot lace. But trie average
girl falls back on bridal tulle which
comes by the yard, three yards wide.
The edges are left raw or finished
with narrow lace. The Simplest ef
fect is always the moat becoming, the
cap effect with clusters or huf circle
of orange blossoms, or the ' Russian
style.
. L. C: When the mother ot the
bride isNiot living, it la usual for the
father to send out the announcements.
OTQUETTEV
WANTED MAX, IS HELP
tJABPENTERS WANTED to Install metal
weather atrlu. Out of town work, nee
-per hour and railroad expenses. Want
goou mecnanics only, moot i;. w. amou-
grass. i-none aa.
WANTED Three or four flrst-clesa ma
rhlnerv helnera nr handv men. for onerat-
lng drill press and on erecting floor. Apply
Lock Box 09. Enterprise. Kan.
WANTED-Ioung man not in the draft to
take charge office supply department
with commercial stationery bouse. Address
wince supply, y care journal.
WANTED Building laborers at the new
A. T. & SrF. warehouse, 4th and Adama
streets. Wages 35c per hour. F. M.
spencer a bons.
WANTED 2 or 3 first class cigar makers ;
must be good hand workmen: steady
work. Geo. Burghart. S01 Kansas are.
WANTED First class bench and machine
men. 45c per hour. High class men only-
VMseman Planing Mill
WANTED Men for work on. Ice wagons;
steady work and good pay. Call 110 E.
First, CI ty Ice Delivery,
WANTED A good tinner and furnace
man ; a steady job for right man. 210
w. etn. a. Stanton.
WANTED Clothing man and shoe man. J
Apply 815 No. Kansas. Eagle Shoe ft
Clothing Co.
WANTED Machinery moulders. Good
wages. Apply Lock Box 09, Enterprise,
Kansas.
WANTED Colored porter snd wsrehouse
"man. Dibble uro, Co., ooutn piue.
SKN"Wantd for work la greenhouse.
Call 1224.
WANTED FEMAXfe, HELP
GOVERNMENT NEEDS - SOiOflO women
cleiks at Washington. Examinations
everywhere In August. Experience unneces
sary. Women desiring government posi
tions write for free particulars to J. C
Leonnrd (former drll service examiner),
41)8 Kenols Blrtg., Washington.
GOVEHNMENT will hold civil service ex
amiuatlons In Topeka In August. 20,000
women clerks to be sppointed st Washing
ton. Experience unnecessary. Women de
siring government clerkships write for free
psrtlculars to R. E. Terry, (former Civil
fiervltv Examiner). 3al Columbian ' Build.
Inav WMblneconv
WANTED Intelligent young lames ror
telephone operating, age
All
to 23. Per
manent work, good wages snd psld while
tearing. Csil at 813 -Jackson between 8
a. m. and 5 p. m. mi .
WANtED Names, women Girls wishing
try examinations for government posi
tions. $100 month. 32 G. this office.
WANTED-An experienced maid at Tbroop
hotel, see housekeeper.
WANTED Hand
ironers at . Christ'
hospital laundry.
WANTED Shirt
ironer. White . Star
Laundry.
WANTED Marker and sorter. White Star
1 Laundry. ,
WANTED SALESMEN
WANTED Salesman by established beuse
for established territory. Salary snd
commission. Experience not absolutely
necessary. State ability. Address H, csr
jonrrnal.
WANTED TO RENT
WANT TO RENT
Modern 5 or 8 room house, West side.
Thuae Black 2435,
WANTED TO RENT small barn to store
haled bay. Must be In good condition.
3773 N-l. -
WANTED TO BDx
JUNK Highest prices paid for Junk and
old motor cars by the oldest and most
reliable deale-s. Hysl Bros., 21 N. Kan.
An. Phrni.wn Orders cliei for.
WANTED MISCKLLAN EOUS
JUNK
'WASTE PAPER
.. Iron, rubber, metals, secood hand goods,
etc. Autos bought, parts sold. Our truck
will call tree anywhere in city or nearby
towns.
WESTERN IRON A METAL CO.
Buys Everything.
Slfl Kanfaa Ave. Tel. 1598.
WE I'AV the highest pries cusli ror csst
off clothing, shoes, fists snd overcoats.
Drop us a card or call ttordoa Bros.' loan
office. 400 Kansns Ave. Phone 1079.
I ArUPft Highest prices nald for
LV-L1Ca3 2n hand clothing, ladles
of gents lOVACK. 4( E. 4th Tel. 3IMI0,
Wanted Second-hand furnace. Cheap.
Phone 3254. i
" 102 HASTY At'Ttt" EXPRESS:
FOR RENT HOUSES
1138 WEST ST. 7 room moderrn bouse,
. lege barn Can use for garage; chicken
house and pen. Key first houae north.
i'none 4irji.
1931 HARRISON ST. Three rooms. City
water at sink in kitchen, electric lights
and gna. Better Realty ft Losn Co.
Six room house, modern exceptBeat, 2l!
Huntoon. Will lease for one year, $25.
L. w. WILSON. Phone mo.
FOR EEN'T room cottage, 2810 W. ith
si-,
rVnlt
at., about acre, naru, wen, cistern.
trees.
Phone 2803 N-l.
Bl.'t FILLMORE. 7 room
Tlo
lncludiug
new sleeping porch. Phone TOlil.
FOR RENT 1 room cottage on large lawn.
J101 Kansas sve. Dr. Roby.
HOrSfES TO RENT from $7 to"3a J. ''.
Gibson. 1518 Lane, phone ai'V
TWO rooms, shed, kltchea. 119 North
Toieka avenne. Red 2.TK9. .
7-ROONI brick houae, corner 4th andClay.
4-RO0M cottage in shop district Phone
Ken 4U. 1
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
915 FILLMORE. 5 room modern apartment,
very desirable. Phone 3SUH.
FOR
R - REiT
Fl RMSHE1) ROOMS
ONE sleeping room, C10 Kansas. Apply
after 4 o'clock Room 4. 510 Kansas. Phone
2S59. -
LARGE south cool room, strictly modern.
Phone 1974 evenings.
814
Huntoon.
FURNISHED ROOM In new
modern
snartment. close in. Phone 5529J.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 1251 to-
peka ave.
FOR SAIjE housekom gqods for sale household goods
i: " . , C ' . ' v '- ' - v
That the people ftiay know, what-we are advertising
when we speak of the Ideal Heater. It is what we once
called the German Heater, but the name; German, no one
cares to hear, so the company has changed the name from
German Heater to Ideal Heater. And Cheap Jack is the
sole agent in Topeka. You should buy early for the sup
ply is limited- Call 3749 when you have anything to sell.
109 East Sixth Street
FOR KENT ROOMS
FOH RENT Modern unfurnished rooms,
steam -heat, light, water ant Janitor
service furoished 010 Kansas are. la-
iiulre Hud clothing Co.
tbALK BUiL'lk-2 suites on second floor.
Liaht. heat and water, furalsfted. Better
Realty snd Loon Co. t
THREE unfurnished rooms, upstairs. 502
Van Buren. Phone 1829 Blue. ,
929 KANSAS AVE., three connecting rooms.
Tel. 2461 Red. .
311 MADISON Light housekeeping rooms
on met noor.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
LARGE STABLE in good condition. Kent
cheap. 31 Jsckson. Phone 279 Blsck.
5ESK ROOM Reasonable; cool ground
floor location, i'none lo.
FOR SALE-! REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW
Six rooms, 8 piece bath, breakfast room.
Bleeping porch, cemented basement, furnace
connected to range b9ller, oak finish, osk
floors, fireplace, beam ceilings, built-in
conveniences, east front. College Hill loca
tlos. -ou - pavement) garage. Prrlce $5,500.
Terms.
The Shawnee Investment Co.
534 Kansas Ave; Phone 6060.
WE'VE CHANGED OCR HONE
As well ss our office.
CALL NOW S408.
Km. S8, Col. Bldg., 113 W. th.
COTTRELL C6.
CENTRAL PARK ,
Six. rooms, 3 piece bath, reception hsll.
Cellar, garage. 2 blocks to Central Park
school, 2 blocks to Central Congregational
church, on pavement, fine - shade, 2 lots.
Price 3)00, Terms.
The Shawnee Investment Co.
584 Kansas Ave. ' Phone 5060,
FOR BALK OR RENT Furnished modern
7 roomed house on West side. Phone 2537
White.
FOR SALE FARMS
JUST LISTED
80 ACRES
Nine
miles
8. W. of Topeka oa the
70 acres can bp nlon-ed : 4A
Auburn road
acres now
fairly good.
plowed. Improvements are
Price only (85 per acre.
W. T. DAWSON & CO.
Columbian Bldg.
rf 2,800 WILL BUY
So acres all in cultivation. Sot rough;
small house and barn; located 7 miles
southesst of Lebo,' Kan. Write or see
JONES BROS, at once, 000 Kansas Ave.,
Topeka. Kansas. .
Good 40 acre improved farm, 3 milea uf
Topeka. $3,300 ,f sold this week. This is
a bargain.
J. J. KING. Phone 995.
FOB. EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE Two lota, 7 rooms,
electric light, good water, shade, garage,
coal house, chicken house, large wash
house; prefer something in Highland Park.
Call after 7 p. m. Phone 28S1 Mine. .
might assume. What have you? 71t
Western sve.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
DO YOU KNOW
THE VALUE OF A
FORD?
We caa tnpply the machine that fits your
purse.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
204 West 0th. ' Phone 525.
AUTO OWNERS
The guaranteed J. 500 mile nannure proof
Ostes hslt soles will save you one half
your tire Din. nring a gooa casing sna
try them. It t HcFsddeo, tin K. 5th,
Phone 1278.
TORD touring' car for sale at a
snap.
Overland-Wierenga Co.
914 Kansas Ave. m Phone, 220.
EMPIRE ft Touring ear. brown no hoi
stered In Spanish lettber; 1917 model
fisti. l'hone 40ti
USED one-half ton truck In good condl-
tlon.
A bargain
w. Lao as a.
DOS
Jsckaon
FORD Smith Form A Track ta good or
fier. rnone sw.
FOR SA1.E LIVESTOCK
NEWMAN A WINTERS.
Stock borers. Fst bogs and cattle and
stockera. Good prices paid. 220 Weat
Korris st. Phone 3309.
It.'.-
FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FOR SALE Axmlnster rugs 9x12, gss
range, fumed oak dining table snd chairs,
princess dresser, lawn hose, Morris chair
and Ice box. Phone 542 W. 0tt B. Klth.
FOR SALE Standard sewing machine,' ex
cellent condition Phone Fed 1709.
FOR SALE -POULTRi
FOR SALE Milk fed spring chickens. 30c
lb. 210 Stephens.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TRUNKS, SUIT CASES,
" TRAVELING BAGS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
GLOBE CLOTHING CO.
513 Kansas Ave. Buy W.
S. S.
WANTED Watch repairing. Main springs
75c; cleaned, 75c. All work guaranteed.
Armstrong Jewelry Co., 429 Kansas Ave.
FOR SALE Oood Id in. electtc fan7Pnone
lis.
10P2 HASTY At'TO EXPRESS.
MONET
We have a large allotment of money to
loan on carms at low rates.
Loans msde on city Droperty In any
amount from A500 no.
If you wish a new loan or to change or
increase your losn csil or write
SEIZB KJlALTi LOAN COMPANX,
Representative
United States Mortgage ft Trnst Company.
f.r.1,.1 " ,nln, A 0(10 110,1
MONEY TO LOAN 6 NALL id'N&S OF
PERSONAL PROPERTX.
Horses, cattle. Vilanos. diamonds, house.
hold goods, libraries, typewriters, aotoe.
esrriages. nacuinery, sna to saiariea peo-
pic
Tel ie. t: s. 'xaomas, oiu ikansas avenue.
MONEY" "T6 tfi'AN'OM'""
FARMS.
FARM MORTGAGE TRUST COMPANY,
'lopexa. rvanaas.
LOANS MADE on personal security; also
to saiariea peraona. u. tiiscoe, t.
MOVING
ATHERTON TRANSFER.
Packing, Storage,. Furniture, Piano Moving,
FENIMORE MOVING
CALL PH0NB 4341.
UNDERTAKING
H. W. BOMGARDNER. Phons 146.
THE L m; PEN'WELL tnrtert'sk'inV Po".;
aoo--oio tiuincy street, aeiepnone iu.
INSURANCE
WILSON Fire, tornado, plate glass
ante. Phone 838, 28 Columbian Bldg.
L. W.
insurance. Phone 838. 28 Columbian Bldg,
FIRE, tornado and automobile 'insurance
Chas. T. Nichols, pnone i
PICTIHE FRAMING
Fit AMINO. reEildlne. mat mnklnff. mount
ing done by J, D. Sullivan. 122-124 W. 8th.
SERVICES OFFERED
CISTERNS REPAIRED. Flues bnllt and
repaired, call phone 4k hisck.
PERSONAL
DR. J. M. TAMISON, 327 Madison st.
Special oiseas?s. i'none u.t..
LEGAL
tFirst published In The Topeki Btste Jonr-
Bai UgUS( ,
IN
THE PROBATE COURT Or SHAW
NEE COUNTY. KANSAS.
In the Matter of the Eatste ofMark M.
Blakely, Sn Insane I'eraon.
NOTICE OK PUBLICATION.
State of Kansas to Mark M. Illakely:
ion are herenr notineu mat i ma on the
1st dsy of August. 1918. file my petition
In the office of the Probate Court Of Shaw
nee County, Kenans, ssklng for en order to
sell lots forty-two snd forty-four (42 snd
44) on Klein street. Crane' addition to the
City or Topeka, Shawnee county, Kansas,
of which you own the title In fee simple.
The matters set out In ssld petition will be
heard In the office of the Probate Court
of Phawnee County. Ksnaas, on Thursday
the 22nd day or August, 1918, at 10 o clock
a. m. of said dsy.
L. H. OUST.
Ousrdlse of Mark M. Blakely, tn Insane
Person.
SCHOCH RANKIN,
' ......... . ... nH..4i..
IfUV ADVERTISE IN THE
in I TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL?
Because it is the Evening Paper .:.;
and people have time to read itl
LEGAL
" -j . . rr.
tFirst published In The Topeka state
journal, juiy zu,
In the Probate Court ot Shawnee c .aiy.
rvanaas.
In the Matter of tha Estate of Andrew
Englebrecbt, Deceased.
NOxicii, or etrAij Bsiixbainr.
All crMlltnra and all otbera Interested 1
the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified
that on tue :a aay ox August, ivus, i
shsll apply to - (lie Probate Court
sitting at the . Court House ia
the - city of Topeka, Shawnee County,
Kansas, for a full ana rinai
settlement of said estate and for aa order
of the Court rinding and adjudging who
are the heirs of Andrew Englebrecht. de
ceaaed.
lou are further notified that my claim
for compensation as Execstor and for
attorney fees and other expenses necessari
ly Incurred In the administration of said
estate has been filed and, as ordered by
tne court win De nesru oo ioe iam r
day ot August, 1U1B. st lo o'clock a. m.
J. li. 'ir.KtUitiXON executor. -f
First published in The Topeka Stat
Journal, August 10, lfls.1
Worm Ttnard 13.
SPECIFICATIONS AND SCHEDULES Ot
SUPPLIES.
Reouired by the
KANSAS STATE INSTITUTIONS
A Special Letting for Cafeteria.
Sealed proposals tor furniahlug the sup.
plieSj. herein named will be received by
the Business Mauager of the Board of Ad
ministration until Tuesday, ene o'clock p.
m., August 27. 1918. The proposals shall be
in writing, sealed and marked "Proposals
for furnunlug supplies." and shall be ad
dressed to the Business -Manager or the
Board Of Administration, Topeka, Kan. All
proposals must be accompanied by certi
fied chect on some responsible bank, pay
able to the Board of Administration, e.inal
in n ... . ,1, ,1 f tn fir. ....., .f t h . .11 nl tnt.l
fof such, proposal, as a guarauty for the
Ialtniui penormance ot any CTninn-'i
awarded. In case no sward is msde to the
party the check shall be at once returned
to blm, and the check deposited by the
successful bidder shall be returned to him
when a contract has been duly signed aud
bondl approved. .
At the time above mentioned said pro
posals will be opened, lu public, at the of
fice of the Business Msnsger of the Board
of Administration, intlie stats capitoL
TopekA, Kau., for tabulation. -.
Commencing at Dine a. m. on Tbursdsy.
AniriiKt 2D: 3rreries. Contracts will be
awarded on each article separately to the
lowest responsible bidder. Bidders on gro
ceries must be present on. said day, pfe
psred to place their goods Before the Busi
ness Manager.
The Board and Business Manager reserve
the right to reject sny or all bids, and to
accept any article at price quoted -without
the acceptance of the entire bid, or to ac
cept or reject any part of any goods. If
deemed for the best Interests of the state.
Where both the bids and quality of goods
offered are the same, preference will be
given to the resident deslers ot the state.
Supplies mentioned " ordered." and all
other articles that are perishable snd the
quality or value of which will deteriorate
by keeping, are to be shipped as ordered
by the chief executive officers ot the sev
eral institutions. All goods sre to be spot
delivery, except where the schedule specifies
aa ordered. ...
A bill la detail must be sent to the In
stitution when goods sre shipped. PSy-,
tnent will be made the month following too
delivery of the goods. , .
Freight snd ail other thsrgee must be
firepald. All proposals must Include ae
Ivery at herein stated, free of charges for
packing, freight, switching, or any other
charges whatever.
Where a standard It fixed In the specifi
cations by naming a certala brand or trade
asms of sn article and where bidders are
usable to secure bids upon tame, bldt may
be made upon some other brand or trade
mark which will be the equal of such stan
dard as has been called for; provided, thst
bidders proposing to furnish aa article
other than the one named must specifical
ly name the make, Ursad. or trade name
of the article proposed. It another article
la Sot specifically named by the bidder It
will be accepted that the bid is bssed en
the article specified as a standard -sod
contract will be made accordingly.
Tha anarlfled Quantity ot a Or item la 0
' contract for tuppljes shsH wltfect te
I sn Incresse or decrease at ten per centum,'
toe increase lo ' luruiiueu at ui. tvo-
trsct price snd subject to all the condition -In
the contract, at the discretion ot too
chief executive officer.
Bids must be msae upon tae witnin pro
posals. Discounts ot every kind should
be deducted and net prices only given. The
price must be clven in the proper ,
columns. In conformity with the denom
ination or tneaaure abown. Bids must not
be inclosed la package containing sam- '
plea.
Each proposal shall be accompanied by
a sstnple of the supplies proposed to be
furoished. Original labels mast be left
samples. Fidder must attach to '
sample a card or tar, on which mnst be
plainly msrked the nsme of the seoder and
the number snd price of the article, an4
all charges mast be prepaid In full. Tha
Board or Buslneas Manager will not be re
sponsible for samples, submitted, rnsue
cessful bidders can remove their samples.
Particular attention Is called to the fore.
going specifications, ss a careful reading
of The same may prevent a large anmber
of inquirien on points slresdy covered.
On- all Ittmt oa which the government
may Impose a tax bidders will pay ssme
If necessary and add the amount of sue
tsx to their invoice, and the state will
reimburse tie bldler. thus standing aay
tax which may be Imposed open any Item
br the Government.
Duplicate eperiflrstlons and schedule
sre furnished escb bidder. One to be sen
to the Business Msnager of the Board, as
above provided, and the other to be retain.
ed by the bidder. nrh duplicates will bo
furnished upon sppllcation to the Business)
Msnager of the Board ot Administration.
Topeka. Kan. ' 1
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AD
MINISTRATION: JAS. A. KIMBALL.
Business Manager.
FLOTD A- BAKER,
. Atst. Beninese Manaer
JAS. T. LARDNER.
Asst. Bssiuess Msnsger.
August IS, lftlM.

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