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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY EVENING, 'APRIL 29, 1920
WLYMLJMBE , People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel: there's ' no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but theu action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with a "dark brown taste," S bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil, you will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. 10c and 25c Old Folks' Coughs rill be relieved promptly by Piio's. Stopf throat tickle; rellevr irritation. The remedy tested by more than fifty yean of use la we A Saves Time, Work and Klonoy. Prettier, Cleaner and Brighter Floors X than you ever knew before. 'v $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 ize.'" e r'COLOES AS IT CLEAKS" ( Uoo Aladdin Dyo Soap to dyo year blouses, 1 vcHyg2ovcoyOtockenfjs7uadezrearyCoietsy !otc Tho newest,) most fashionable colors. IS Beautiful Colors. lO cents at all Dealers. CHANNELL CHEMICAL COMPANY - Chicago Toronto London - Paris THE SAVING SIGN Suits!! 40 fine Spring Suits, values $50, $55 and $60 all dark patterns $39 These weekly Specials while not immense in proportions or in vol ume do give wonderful bargains and are strongly appealing to economical buyers who find from time to time the need of just such Specials we are offering in these weekly Two Day Sales. The North Topeka News Itma for thU columr may bm left at Petro'a drur atr or telephone Elanar Kimball. S331 after o'clock. Other hoars. Iff 80. , Tlie Children's Welfare 1Mt1i Is doing com I work on the North sIhp, in hriiiKtiitt hrf-fortr the teop)e the benefit of the work i)oo by the Sunday -hool, and the methods tsupht In the d iff erect churches. Children fiuKHinir the booth with their jmreuts, HttriHted by the ban turn, hniip Imt'k and frequently prevail upon their mothers to stop nt the booth, and in most A DDI V CUT DUITD Tf HEAL UP YOUR SKIN Broken Out Skin and Itching Eczema Helped Over Night For unsightly skin eruptions, rash or blotches on face, neck, arms or body, you do not have to wait for re lief from torture or embarrassment, declares a noted skin specialist. Apply a little Mentho-Sulphur and improver rnent shows next day. Because of its germ destroying prop erties, nothing has ever been found to , take the place of this sulphur prepar- I ation. The moment you apply it heal- ing begins. Only those who have had unsightly skin troubles can know the delight this Mentho-Sulphur bring?, j Kvpii fiery, itching" eczema is dried right up. tiet a small jar from any good drug gist and use it like cold cream. ---Ad v. Tl Polish Pol aii ri rui r wi-S &rmm& This Wee Shirts!! About 6 dozen starched cuff Shirts, Values $3 to $5.00 Mostly in sizes 14, 14V2 and 17 up $1 .95 House of Kuppenheimer Clothes eases this result a in another puptl for some Sunday sfhool. I'arenta. or all persons working with children are urged to take advantage of the offer for free literature explaining the work of the Sunday school, which may be bad for the asking at the booth. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Wolf of the Cen tral avenue Christian church, were In charge of the booth thi morning and Mrs. Antrim aud M r.s. Dyal were in charge this afternoon. The Indoor carnival and program to b given at Qnlwy school Friday evening under the auspices of the I'arent-Teacher a ussoclntloo. promise to be unusually enter taining. The program, given by pupils of the irnt and Qtiinry schools, includes pupils from the Junior high down to thoe in the kindergarten. It will be held from 7 ::( to s ;.".o lu the assembly room, and will be free. The carnival whWi will fol low the program will include various booths in barge of prominent North side women. The Curiosity Shop will be In clmrge of Mr. Charles Suit; War relia. Mrs. L. W. Smith: iuestng booth. Mrs. Howse: Fortune telling booth. Mls If III: 1 1 ebeeca s Well. Mrs. Ma ze, M rs. I a vi s ; Spelling booth. Mrs. Blanche Gabriel. Mrs. Workman ; Tree of Chance, Mrs. Frank Conwcll : Popcorn ball booth. Mrs. Hnine: Ice renm booth. Mrs. John Buech ner: Refreshment booth, Mrs. Lauge, Mrs. Mnllery. The following is from the Atchison Globe: - "There used to be a brakemau on the Knntu Fe between Atchison and To .eka. who when calling the train for the last stop would ay. 'All out for Topeka. iet your overcoats, linen dusters, umbrellas and palm leaf fans.' Evidently that porter had lived in Kansas, during a changeable season like the present one." ' Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Skinner, for many veurs residents of the North side, but more recently of J.tKi Il;:channii street, stortlo day on a series of visits that will last a year. They will first drive to Manhattan to be with 'their daughter. Mabel, now Mrs. ;eorge Knostnm... Mr. Kiiostinan and their two little daughters. From Manhattan they will go to les Moines to visit their son, Walter., his wife and their two little TxX--, 4 3fr rrriT mi .mi. i Shirts!! 6 About 5 dozen high grade Silk Shirts Values, $10.00 to $12.50, choice 11 $5 boys. At Hen Moines Mr. and Mrs. Skin ner will take the tram for L.09 Anreies. and will spend the rest of the year risit Ing relatives In California. st and Pei-sosala. Mrs. J. B. Tain, of 1325 Central avenue who was ojerated upon tola week at Christ DOKpitai, is doing meeiy. A. M. Petro & Son, Orusjnsts. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Oenree Roehriir and little sou. eorjre. Jr.. will move soon to the home of Mrs. Hoehric's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. "Gabriel. The property at GW Qoinry street, where they'have beou Uvina. has been bmig-ht by Mrs. Unodecker, who will (XTupy the place as a home. S. K. Dexter, undertaker. Lady as sistant. 823 Kansap ave. Adv. Miss Grace Miller, nf San Fran-iseo. was the truest lnnt Saturday of Mrs. O. 4 '. Neis winder, of 1110 South Taylor street. Miss MHJer was a delegate to the National 1. W. r. A. convention at Cleveland. O.. which closed last week. tor many years the Miller family made their home on the North side, and Mr. Miller was council man from.the Flrt ward for several terms. Miss Miller has been In Y. W. C. A. work iu different cities since leavine Toneka. anil has beer, a accretary for the aHsocta- tion iu San Francisco for some time. She will visit lier sister. Mrs. Clark, who lives near Salt Lake City, on ber way home. . EAST SIDE NOTES Notes and personals from East Sid by Fruuces Jonea. Telephone 3530. There are twin boys in a family on the east side who look so much alike that they have become used to bearlnjr people re mark. I can't tell them apart." One day recently one of the little fellows was sitting- alone on the front perch when a neighbor railed out. Hello. Twin." "I'm Iavid," the youngster replied and then ' antieti wearily. i siioum tninK you couiu tell me apart when I'm by myself." Mrs. Mattie I'orbin, of Ios Anjrelps. CaJ.. is visiting her son. Mr. Fred Corbtn and family, Kast Fourth avenue. Miss Lorela Manley. of Meriden. is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. K. C Trimble and Mr. Trimble. Chandler street. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Fuller, 171 Emmett street, are the parents of a son, born Monday morning. -!r. Louie and Mr. Andrew Klingen smith, of Oskaloosa. Kan., are visiting their .sister, Mrs. Nannie Wilson, Klein street. Mrs. Ttnssell Harris entertained at her home. Kast Eighth avenue, this afternoon for the members of the Social Hour club. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Itaum will change their residence the latter part of the wee from Wilson avenue to their new home whieh they have purchased on Elliott avenue. The Vesta club will be entertained Fri day afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. I. Kesselrlng. 41S Scotland avenue. Mrs. Elmer Stitt and family, of North Chandler street, will leave soon or Berlin, N. Mex.. to join Mr. Stitt. Who is em ployed there. Mrs. Albert Knox entertained at her horoe Wednesday for Mrs. B. S. Morris and daughter Iorothy, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. W. M. Courtney and son Rilly. Mr. Joseph Brown who has been making his home in Colorado and . who has now gone to Lewiston. Idaho, to live, was a visitor for a short time at the home of the Kev. and Mrs. C. E. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. J. RMnehardt of Norton and Division streets are the parents of a son bor.n Thursday morning. Mrs. Andrew L.osh who has been HI for some time at ber home, Lake street, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Durst have ehanced their residence from 523 Madison street to 1114 Kansas avenue. Mrs. Maggie Hupp and son. Mr. Phillip Hupp, Mr. Andrew Hupp and daughters. Mis Alwilrla and Miss Gladys and sou L.nwrence, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Losh ana Mr. George Moore, all of Union, Kan., motored here several days ago and were visitors at the Andrew Losh home. Mrs. Carl Losh and daughter Maxine of South Kansas avenue, were also visitors at the Losh home. Mr. w. Hurst Is suffering with a anrain- ed ankle at bis home. 618 Lake street. SANTA FE NOTES. Notes and personals from Santa Fit by Frances Jones. Telephone SixJOj F. W. Thomas.' supervisor of anurentin. has been called to Virginia by the deatii of his brother. Serurt. Henry Bunting, of Fort- Sam Houston, ts visiting his sister, Mrs. Tom Ash and family, of Topeka. Mrs. J. W. Glbbont. Sr.. has pone to Tos Anpreles, i'al., to join Mr. Gibbons, who is there on a business trip. It. E. Cock ran, division storekeeper at Arkansas f'ity, spent a lew days here on a business trip, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gibson have returned from Chicago, where they went last week on their weddinir trip. Mrs. Gibson was formerly Miss fsarah Hill. Mr. Gibson is employed in the general claim depart ment. Miss Myrtle May Jackson is a new em ploye in the office of the auditor of dis bursements. Mr. and Mrs. George Curry and family have returned from a vacation spent in California. I Mrs- Herman Steinbaeh who has been IU at her home. 3U5 Chand.er street, is im proving slowly. Oscar Snetter of Clovis, X. Mex.. is re ceiving treatment for an injured eye at the company hospital. Mrs. O. C. Snetter has come to i;e witn ner sn during tils illness. She an-1 family are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sana Polneck. Mrs. F. Gane and daughter Tomthy ot Salina are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Spetter and family. Mrs. V. B. Wilson and little graudson. Howard Cramer, have gone to Emporia to visit Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. John Rauscher. OAKLAND NOTES. Notes and personals from Oakland by Frances Jones. Telephoue 000. The Oakland Forestry club will be enter tained Friday afternoon at the home of Mm. Geo r etc Ca rot hers. 177 Kellam avenue. The roil call will be answered bv Current Events. Mrs. K. M. Collins will give a paper on '"Book Review. and Mrs. J. L. Heller will have a reading. One topic of interest is uppermost in the minds of the Seniors and Juniors and that is the. Senior banquet to be held Thursday evening at the school house. This Is to be a real-hones t-to-goodness banquet with a color scheme, tossts and all the trimmln's. It Is rumored that the Tomestic Science girls of the school ar to be responsible for the preparation of the eats. The Oakland Veterans club and their families met Tuesday evening at the home of Comrade and Mrs. Banks, to help Com rade Banks commemorate his " seventy fourtb birthday anniversary. Short talks were made by the Rev. J. S. Swogger. Comrade Rake, Comrade Lucius and Luther Bradley. The guests of the eve ning included : Comrade, and Mrs. Banks, Comrade and Mrs. Ueed. Comrade and Mrs. Rake. Comrade and Mrs. Luther Bradley. Cojnrade and Mrs. Cole, Comrade and Mrs. A.' McKee, Comrade L. Bradley, Comrade Busby. Comrade Hani til. Comrade Wolff, the Rev. J. S. Swogger. Mrs. Irene Wood worth. Mrs. Minnie Dolstrom. Mrs. Etta Cam pbel 1, M I ss Cora W ood wort h. The regular monthly meeting of the club will be held Monday evening at the borne of Comrade and Mrs. Bumgardner. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Freddv. lol Arter END YOUR FOOT MISERY Cal-O-cide positively gives quick relief and lasting results. It penetrates the pores and removes the cause. (Plasters in each package for Stubborn Corns) All drug Store, 35c MedceC Dayton. Ob , uN!; n" I PUFFINS -J ? jSxjf wot M"Dg3rM orr cok"" rat outiw WANTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS RHAL ESTATE TXSFEKS. S L. Preta to L.. E. Hartman. lots 2V-S-31-3 Lafayette at.. larkdale..$ . Dwyer to J. A. BainbrJdge, tract In Kes. 5 M. Brogden to . W. Minor, pt. se. Vt 35-11-15 J. U. WallM-e to T. W. Wallace, w. V, sw. 4 ,c;-n-n O. Larerty to M. Loop, see record.... 11. U. Ulancharil to same. pt. lots 1". 14 Central are., 11. H. & McF a niii C. M. Johnson to F. A. Johnson to f . A. an, pt. ioib 1.S..V7 Lincoln at.. Lincoln sub H. Hormel to O. Tilton, lot 45 pu 27 Brooks ave., J. Norton's add 1 Receiver's Ueed ; O. S. Allen, receiver, to G. E. Lawson, - pt. lots l'12-14-1fi Van Buren at 6.000 B. Hill to It. Wright, lot :i2 pt. HO Garfield ave., . .- B. add o.jOO O. G. Slawson to tl. Swosfrer. lot pt. 91 Sumner's at., J. Norton's 2nd. l.iOO J. McMahon to C. Todt, lot 40 pt. 44 Jefferson at.. Crane's add 1,200 E. J. Iavis to G. H. Knehne, lota 1 nud 2 lath St., Rural Homes 3,000 G. H. Kuehne to B. G. Wilson, lot ."97 pt. 05 Brooks ave., J. Norton's add. 2.950 F. A. Seaman to S. FitteriUBton. lota 1!S, pt. !X Locust at., Parkdale 2.00T E. F. Hodpera to H. Morris, lots 10H, 105 Lime St.. Metsker's -ud add 1,400 A. J. McKlmmey to A. M. Berry, lot OtJ. pt. 40, Wear ave., IrvinR PI.... 1 J. Steele to J. B. Motley, lota 373-78 Van Buren St., Curtis add..., 1,100 H. B. Wilson to B. G. Snyder, lot 63,. pt. 5l Topeka ave.. Pouthltt Tl 4,400 L. Strattou to D. E. Garner, lot 212 pt. 10 Lake st., Parkdale 1.000 C. A. Iteece to J. G. Toinson. lot D0 pt. as Fillmore St., Kckert's add 8,500 R. M. Forbes to E. C. Kankln, pt. ae. Yt 1-11-14 300 E. C. Fasnacht to S. Stanley and oth ers., lot 104-6-S Jackson st 1 A. G.i Kearney to J. B. Rogers, lota X-M pt. 30. blk. 7, Bellcview ave., Belleview add ..1 Bank of Seymour to D. C. Best., lot 184 Gratton f t.. Heery's sub 1 R. .T. Bnckner to L. E. Hartman, lot 110 West 8th ave.' , $1,600 T. J. McCall to S. A. Starr, lots "2- 34-30 Chester ave.. J. Norton's sub.. 100 G. H. Clarke to R. B. McKee. lots 377-79 Arter ave.. J. W. Morrts add. 1,200 E. Buckman to J. V. Buckman, 14 iQt. In se. Vi 21-13-15 11,000 J. .T. Mcssenper to Conn. Adin. A.. & A. S. It., lots 344-40 Van Buren 12.000 Nat. Loan & Tr. Co. to R. Jones, lot 90. K. i-j 100, Jackson St., Firey'a add. 2.500 T. F. Garver to I. K. Lock. pt. lots 440 to 452 Clay St.. Kintr's add 2,000 J. J. llyal to K. Whitlow, -lots 413, . i 11. 17th st.. Keith's 3rd add.. 1,000 A. A. Mosler to R L. Robson, lots 138-40 Kansas ave., Fairchlld's add.' 1.000 W. L. Jury lo L. Roeller. lots 213-15- 17-19 Twiss ave., J. Norton's 2nd add 3.S0O LOST A.ND FOCNO. LOST Purse containing checks, receipts, pictures. Liberal re ward. No questions asked. Re turn to Reid Hotel. C. Moses. LOST Long black leather envelop pocketbook. containing some money and checks. Reward. Phone l'-'uO. FOUND Pair scissors in 1-tiO block Mul vane street, fall While !Hfi. WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED Odd Jobs and house cleaning. I'hnne lime 4s.;. WANTED Odd jobs ; carpenter1 work. t'none WE WANT . TAXICAB DRIVERS No experience necessary good driv ers who know the streets. We teach the taxi business; $21.00 to $40.00 per week. 205 "W. SIXTH ST. BOY WANTED over 10 years, splendid opportunity for younc mau to iearn the ladle' ready-to-wear business and ad vancement. Edwards Cloak Co., 005 Kan sas are. WANTED Young man to carry Journal route. Ap ply at the Business Office State Journal. WANTED farin hands; dairy hands ; man and wife dairy farm. $75 mo., bouse, garden, wood, etc. ; laborers ; teamsters ; married farm couples; hospital help: brick masons. $10 day: sheet metal worker. $8 day: colored couple, family work. $75 mo. ; molders: cabinetmakers: car porter. Fur man's Labor Agency, UK West 8th. TREE TRIMMING and tapping. Dangerous ones safely re moved. I Hi one 4:yv'. WANTED-Man and wife for farm and house work furnished, 70 mo.: 15 married farm help, $$05 .no., house, cow, garden, fuel, etc. -. farm hands : dairy hands ; laborers : teamsters ; cooks : waiters ; mechanics ; kitchen help. Furman's Labor Agency 100 West 8th. WANTED By large wholesale firm. young man 21 to 25 years of age to take orders over telephoue. Must be a good and rapid penman. Address XX, rare Journal. WANTED Working chef ookiMO wk. ; lind &tt wk. ; man and wife cook $140 month ; all open shop ; restaurant work : Dish wan hers. Furman's Labor Agency, 100 West 8th. WANTED -RHhn .Oft. Experienced tailor. Li. C. 730 Kansas ave. WANTED raMALE HEXP. young"women When yon choose a position what do you consider? SALARY A T V A X CEMENT WORKING CONDITIONS Telephone Operating meets all three requirements. . Young- women between the ages of lfi and 27 who can furnish A 1 references see the Chief Operator at 812 Jarkeon. avenue. announe the marriajre of their daughter, Josephine Marie, to Mr. Andrew A. Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Simon, Oakland avenoe. The marriage took place Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at the Church of the Assumption with Father Mclneaney reading the marriage tows. The bride wore a gown of white crepe-de-cbine and carried white roses. The attendants were Miss Rose Kimon a sister of the groom and Mr. James Freddy, a brother of the bride. Miss Simon wore pink . crepe-de-chine and pink rosebuds in ber hair. After the serrice a wedding dinner was nerved at the bride's home. Covers were placed for forty guests. Mr. and Mrs. Simon will make their home for th present with the bride's parents. Mrs. Bessie Hiatt and daughter. Doris here to visit Mr. Hiatt's mother. Mrs. M. R. Hiatt and sister. Hiatt, Wabash avenue. They are also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tillson Hiatt. ftto Branner street. Mr. and Mrs. fl. E. Lyons nave changed their residence' from Topeka to 106 Michl gaii avenue. Steel Independents in Merger.' New York, April 29. A Riant steel merjrer, involving the Bethlehem, Lackawanna. Midvale and other inde pendent steel companies, -with a total combined work.ng- capital of close to $200,000,000 was reported today by the Dow-Jones financial news agency, to be under consideration W A.VTE 1 F tal A L fc. HELP ' WANTED Dining room and Innoh counter yirls, $40 mo.t Loard and room, free trans portation; women cooks; honee maids: wo men for countrr homes; Institution belp; laundry nelp; 'pantry women; chamber maids. Furman's Employment Office, 100 West Rth. $18 WEEK expenses advanced. No can- Tassinff. women to travel ppolntina; agents for food products. Kxperlence un nacesaarT. Reliable Mfff. Co., 41 Como Blde ChlcaBo. WANTED White'woman orTVrl for gen" oral house work, small family. Phone 3234. 009 Harrison. WANTED Experienced lady bookkeeper who can handle correspondence. References required. Hinkson-Crawford Adv. Co WANTED White woman or girl for gen eral house work, small family. Phone SS92. 1418 Harrison. WANTED Competent girl for genera! housework, 2 In family, good wagea. 1221 Western ave. WANTED Girl for general housework". Phone Blue2748 or 2fl8. WANTED Checkers and sorters. City Hand Laundry. WANTED White nnrse girl. Apply 829 Buchanan. WANTED Girl Phone 4282. for general housework. WANTED Waitresa. Cremene . reataar- nr. GIRLS WANTED City Hnnd LnundryT llT.KT. FSTAJTK -WA VTKD. Notice Pi'operty Owners If you want to sell your city prop erty, farms, tracts or city lots, list them with 'Us. We sure sell them. C. H. BOWMAN & CO. Phone 1920. Room 27, Columbian Bid?., 2nd Floor. PROPERTY OWNERS We want to list your city property and tracts. We have the buyers. LOVELL & BROWNELL Tel. 4891. 523 Kansas Ave. WA.VTKn MISCKI.I JUS KOCS WE PAY the hishest price for cast-off clothing, sboes, jiats and overcoats. Drop ua 4 card or call (iordon Bros. Loan Of fice. 400 Kansas ave. Phone 1007. WANTED 20 to SO head of rattle for pas- tnre. Phn ne E. Lovett. Anbnrn. Kan WAN TED Machine work of all classes at 04 Kansas are. POULTRY WANTED B. Kansas ave. Phone 0B4. C Wise. UH 10X2 HASTY AITTf t PRESS WANTED TO REXT. WANTED Four' or five room modern house near Kenwood or Potwin by youns; cnupie. no cnuaren; Dest oi rererences. Phone 5S67W. COUPLE with 2'i-year-old danehter desire :i or 4 partly furnished housekeeping: rooms; must be reasonable and in nice neighborhood. Prominent business man. Address H. M. H., care Journal. WANTED TO BUT. Junk. Rags. Iron. Metals Higher prices paid. Will rail for your junk. Phoae 266 dyai. r.nos. co. Topeka's Oldest Junk Dealers. DISCHARGED SOLDIERS Will buy your sergre. ' whipcord or gaberdine unifcrms. Phone 1104. JUNK Highest prices paid for rags, matxaxines. rubber. metal. scrap iron. we will can. Phone o:ui. 505-507 E. 4th st. Leon Robber A Metal Co. WE BITY all kinds of magaalnes at top prices. Call 1506 and we will call for them. FOR RENT FTJRK1SHKD ROOMS STRICTLY modern south front room, fur nished. 314 Wes 12th. Thone 1074 eve ning. SMALL sleeping room for an employed young laoy. mi lyier. rnone iiou. SOCTHEAST room for gentleman, 1501 Tyler. Phone Black 4502. IN MODERN home, sleeping room for 1 or 2 ladles. 1101 Tolk. Phone 4W. FOUR furnished housekeeping rooms up stairs, two adults. White 2292. TtOOM FDR RENT (Gentleman only. Ill West 6th st. FOB REXT OFFICE BOOMS TWO strtctlv modern office rooms, oak fin. ish, Edljoii heat,- ele tric light, mnnlnit better offices in the citv. AprHV to air. Makins. 2nd floor, 025 Kansas ave. Tele- plume 744. . FOR RENT Part of my office furnished. in the Office Block. J. S. Eosmlnger. Phone 1127 or White 4.124. I FOR REST ROOMS ONK OR TWO modern rooma, unfurnished rooms upstairs, heat, light and water fur nished. r10 Kansas ave. inquire Bob .nothing Co. . FOR ItENT Suit, of 5 front rooms, sec ond floor, M2 Kanaaa arc. Exxcelient office locntion. Phon, 04. FOR RKNT A I A RTM KNTS FOR RENT 4-room apartment. down j stairs, modern, (nil Fillmore FINK 4-room modern basement apartment, close in. Phone White 4555. BUSINESS CHANCER. SPLENDID GARAGE LOCATION or OIL AND GAS STATION 100 ft. by 75 ft. with living rooms above $5,500 For further particulars see THE KANSAS RESERVE INVESTMENT CO. ED. F. GROTE, Mgr. Real Estate Dept. t 824 Kansas Ave. VTAVTED TO REJfT WANTED TO. RENT A . BARN Must be rl good condition. Large enough for one Ford Delivery truck, two light Delivery wagons and two horses. Apply Now. HINDMAN'S 831 Kansas Ave. Phone 3579. FOR RENT BOUSES FOR RENT Residence, etrletly modern, 10-room house with sleeping porch, alt furnished, centrally located, east aide, 1 blocks from pos toff tee. For Information can at aiu tu. otn. FOR RKNT 4 -room house, $0. 210 Baa cock st. FOR. SAXE REAL ESTATE. $1500 Lawrence, 700 block. 4 rooms, neat little place, m lot, gas, electric lights. Terms. Clay and 22nd, 4 rooms, pantry, gas. cis tern and well, electric lignta. barn, chicken run. Branner near 4th, 5 rooms and bath (no fixtures. Bleeping porch, 2- lots, cement walks. . $1800 TwlM. rooms on 2 lots, almost new. chnnrtler. aoiith of fith. new decorations. out of town owner has left low price see this place, 1 story. $2500 Tyler near 4th, 7 rooms, modern except heat. H, lots. Bast Kth. 7 rooms, gas, electric llguts. cement walka, barn. 4(1 ft. of ground. $3000 If vou own property that can be rightly priced from .".,0t!0 to $4,500, list It with us we have more buyers than houses for this real eatate at thfse figures. y The Shawnee Investment Co. 634 Kansas Are. Thone S050. $4,250 . Seven-room home, entirely modern, good northwest location; a bargain. $1,800 Five-room cottage, shop district, corner lot, cistern, electricity, etc. $4,500 , Five-room cottage, entirely modern, with hot -water heating plant, garage. . $1,500 Four-room house, good West side location, lots, for $ 1,600. The Wingett Realty Co. E. M. ROGERS, Salesman Phone 1644. 10 West Sixth. NICE HOMES . Five-room cottage, west ot Central Park, electric lilthta. bat, full base ment, finished attic, 40x150 ft. Jot. nice bome $0,600 Five-room cottace in Lowmn Bill, Datn, electric u?qcb, ceiiar, lota $3,700 Six-room house, close in, on West side, zarage, electric lights, bath, 3 lots, basement $5,500 SlxToom house (new) near Potwin, fireplace, furnace, bath, full cement basement, aleeptrg pnrcb. garage, OAK FINISH, beautiful home, 2 lota. Kxtra fine. See this one $6,000 Six-room modern, home near the Gov ernor's Square, in first class condi tion $4,800 Six-room bungalow and 3 lots, $0,000, or wilt sell 19 lots with bungalow for 7.S00 This is a beautiful suburban home and all nearly new. OAK riNISH. Have junr others If these don't suit. H. P. RICHARDS. 423 New Kngiand ISldg. Phone 3671. We'll Build for You Would you like to have your NEW home, in a high class central location? We have a few beautiful building sites not far out on which we will construct new homes at moderate prices on rea- sonaDie terms to suit your own Ideas. Drop in for a chat on the subject; glad to talk with you. . The Wingett Realty Co. 10 West Sixth. Polk and rluntoon. 1 H lots, 2 story. 7 rim., hall, grate, bath, gas, elec. It., barn, fruit, shade; $8,500. Clay St.. 2200 block, X lots, cottage. 5 r., pantry, cellar, elec. It., cistern pump in kitchen, barn, fruit, garden. High St.. Lowman line, cottage. 6 rail., gas, elec. it tern shade; 11.750. 1 V. lots, well, cis- J. E. TORRINGTON 10 W. nth St. Tel. 228. ROOMING HOUSE One of the choica building and lo cations. Eleven rooms besides recep t on hall, bath rooms, etc., hot water heat, e'lectric lighted, one block to t heart of city. Can make terms. In j come larce. Price, 19,000.00. W. A. Neiswanger & Co. Tel. 948. BtSIXESS CHAXCKS. WANTED TO RENT. TOR SAXE REAL ES1ATE Suburban Acres Two miles from Topeka; fine g-roon. house, earase, trees a-plenty, and nice blue a-rass. All fenced with woven wire and steel posts. A lovely home for summer and winter: would make nice poultry or fruit farm, $11,000; small cash payment will handle. WM. QUAIL KANSAS LAND & DEVELOPMENT CO. Phone 285 Facing Washburn -College Seven rooms and large hall, all mod ern, has 4 bedrooms, full basement, S lots; all the rooms are larse. Ideal location Only 14,800. Lane Street Five-room cottage and sleeping1 porch, large enough for S beds, seta- rate fruit room In basement, new fur nace, cistern, 2 full lots, f:ne shad. Bargain $5,200. W. R. FISH & CO. C H. Jasperson. Office Phone 976. Residence Phone White 270. Topeka Ave. Here's a snap a strictly modern eight-room oak finished home with, two lots garage, on the best resi dence street in the city, fine cut stone porch; also a sleeping porch. ron'. delay on this, as it is good and priced to sell. ROBERT B. KANE Phone 444 or Black 269$. 735 Kans&s Ave. 1104 Western Ave., $5,500 In one nf Tnpck.Vs licat resldi-nre loca tions, well built aim arransrd home of 6 nlc rooms, bilh, attlr, full baaemrnt," garage, Iouhlp aizp gla.mM In atropine porch, (rood furnace tliat hrats homr splcn rtldly. hot and cold water in bas.mcnt, kitchen and bath; also hot water coll In furnace. This la not old property; redec orated, will put in the (V000 claas. Terma: H can run 3 to 5 jeara at balance cnah, or would take In Rood smaller rcntlng honse at J2.000 to M.OIO. Ton can move lu tomorrow. See owner at 611 W. ftth at., aano one else haa anything- to do with It. INCOME HOME Close in on Quincy; g rooms, bath, extra toilet, garage. This Is a good brick house, rentina: for 140.00 per month. Can be bought for $3,600.00. Owner in town to dispose of the prop erty. See us at once. W. A. Neiswanger Co. Ill West 6th St. Phon. 48. Income One of the best bnjri In the city. A duplex with S rooma and bath and electric on each aide. Fine cloae In location. Heating- for SflfiO per year. You can bur It from owner for s.4.500. Jf you want placs to llvo buy It and lire In one aide and rent the other it will pay for Itself, rhone 444 or Blnck 2S0S. Suburban Home . . Of 6 lots and S-room cottage. 6 block, of street car, rood neighborhood. Price $2,000. W. T. DAWSON & CO. Columbian Bids;. Phone 416. Bungalows and Cottages I've got 'em. alno some 6 and 7 room houses. See me before buying. H. P. RICHARDS. 423NwKnfliandHlrtg;. Phone 2BT1. MI ST BE Sn Dandy modern "7-rooui residence, 10U0 block Monroe, perfect condition. H. A. Shull, Room 13, 008 Kan sas ave. Phone 424JV. FOR SALK Lot"lS:t."5"Tftroailmoor addfl tlon. Will take liberty bonda. Make hen offer. Geo. T. Beach, Las Vegas, Nevada. FOR SALK 2 Blmhurat lota $4). alio ' lots on Fillmore oetween 20tb SBd Hampton $000. Call 4B0 K-4. llOt WESTKUN AVE.. for aare now vacanr. Sec owner. FOR SALE CITT PROPERTY 219 Buchanan Street Five-room cottage. 1 M lots, grata, gas, city water, cistern, old .hade $2. $30. Can be seen from 6 to ( p. m. Call owner. Phone White 4483. $7) t-roora cottage, 1410 North Jackson. electricity and g. cemented cellar, well, cement walka, bam, chicken and coal house: baa tenant at $10. $W 5-room cottage, 140A N. Jackaoa, electricity and gaa. cemented cellar, large cistern, cement walka, chicken bouse has cement floor and glaaa front, coal hona. and barn. See resident ewner. R. Lu Rohaon for termS; fo sgenta. mrS-f BARGAIN In TopekT Splcndidl? located on Quincy. fine hot water beat, 2 full lota, tip top rendition, euitabl. large family, dandy for select roomers, C'sa't reproduce for double price Mated. Amount neceaaary to handle will surprin. vou. Vou lose If you buy without Investi gating this real. home. H. A. Shull, room 1... raw Kanaa ave. t'none e-a. rEXTRAL PARK HOME For aale. 2 taat front lots, one block eoutfc of Central Park. 6 rooma, modern bome ei cent furnace, not water on every floor, closets. .1 piece lath, pantrys, porches, oew Iv lecorated. gaa. electric lights, ptic. gr.-.TriO. will carry $1,600. Fnrman, Real F.atate. VtH West JWh. FOR PALE Nearly new. large 5-rooiw cottffga on Kurlld avenoe., Vt blk. of cap line. Xhi lots, hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen, pantry. 2 bed rooma. 2 closets, hot water furnace, electric lights, gas. bsth. large front porch, screened-ls back porch, garage for 4 cars, chicken honae. Price $4,000. A. U Fnrman, 10 Weat ath. FOR KALE 1706 riilmore. room honae. all newly decorated, modern except fur nace, full cement basement, two eaat front lots, g piece bath. I'oaacsslna at once. Price $3.T5u.' FOR RALE Kix-room honae. 4 lota, rfcfi garden planted. It lota in potatoes, Vrt atrawberrr, 100 raspberry and 15 goose berry plants; all looking fine. New fear, on north and south. City sewersge. Bargain. K Hancork st. FOR RAI.K rt-room house In 1000 block Fast Htb St.. 2 lots, cement wslks. cellar, well, pump In boue, gaa. electric light, chicken houve. coal honae. Price $.300. Terma Firman Krai F.atate. 100 Weat nth. MNE-R'aDM honae'. thoronghlv ' modern 2 blocka from atate bonae, rl W. 10th. S-room honae. not modern. "11 Polk et. S-room houae. not modern. T113 Polk ftH. Frank Klingaman, 200 Kansas Ave.