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J. HE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1920 North Topeka News Items fo thU eeUsssi may bej? Petre'e dreg ef r er telephone "J"" Kimball. UH efts e 'leek. tHIl, UMl The contest for nsw members In the Kpworth League of the Kanis Avenge Methodist church, which has been under way for some weeks, has been ended and the losers will give a Social for the winners Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Herbert French, 1134 Jackson street. The two aides were called the "Getters." with Theron French as leaders, and the "Gotters." led by Leon Holman. The "Gotters" made the greatest number of points and will be entertained by the "Getters" as a result. Delegates from Blue corps No. S to the W. R. c. convention, to be held at Hutchinson May 1$. will be Mrs. Clouse, Mrs. Celia Kenny. Mrs. Win nie Henderson. Mrs. Belle Kerns. Mrs. Kate Brownell. president of No. . will also attend the convention. The corps has done good work during the past year and is in unusually good condition. Four-year-old Mary's parents have moved into their new home, where the little girl has a bedroom to herself. At bed time the other evening her fa ther started to enter her room where she was undressing, but was stopped by his small daughter exclaiming, "Don't cerue in here! Dun't you know a. man mustn't come into a lady's room when she's undressing?" A few minutes later this modest little lady ran into her parents' room to tell them goodnight, clad only in her birthday suit! Notes and Personals. Tr. M. A. Swith left this morning for Wichita to attend the meeting o the Kansas State Homeopathic society in session there. Doctor Swift expects to return home Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. Keller, of 111 Quincv street have gone to Kansas City where they will be the guests of their son Ralph, and Mrs. Keller. The Rev. R. E. Gordon, pastor of ttie Kansas Avenue Methodist church, poke in the east mill of the Santa Fe chops this noon, under the auspices of the Railroad V. M. C. A. sS. R. Dexter, undertaker. Lady as sistant. 82$ Kansas ave. Adv. Mrs. Adele Fast of Kansas City, is the guest of Mrs. Irene Taylor, at the O. F, Winner home, route 5. Miss Elsie Barnett returned last night from Kansas City where she was called by the serious illness of her inother, Mrs. Mary Barnett. Mrs. Bar rett was operated on Saturday at St. Joseph hospital, and her condition is most satisfactory. 83. S. Robinson of Green River Val ley. Wyo,, has been called here by the serious sickness ot his wife, who has been visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Rob inson are relatives of the J. S. Betts family o 1230 Monroe street. Mr. and Mrs John D. Pratt enter tained at t o'clock dinner last evening at their home, 833 Jackson street- The guests were the elders of the First Presbyterian church and their wives. This banquet is an annual affair. Cov ers were laid for tmrty-slx guests. A. M. Petro A Son. Druggists. Adv. Mrs. Frank Stintson and Mrs. H. C. Birkford of Philllpsburg, Kan., are here attending the Sunday sebool con vention. They are the guests of Mrs. K. F. Weaver of Jackson street. Mrs. Bickfoid is the mother of Dean Bick ford who is a student at Washburn. Lost Tuesday morning between It'll) N. Jackson and Gem laundry, belt to light tan serge coat. Phone 1331. Adv. Methodist Ladies' Aid food sale, Saturday, Lacey's drug store. Adv. Civic Club square piano for Bale. In good repair; $24. Blue 23pl. Adv. Minister Thankful "I had stomaoh trouble for nearly 50 years, also constipation which filled my system with gas and fever. I could not do my work, and while I was down sick a, lady from out of town sent me a bottlo of Mayr's Won derful Remedy which proved truly wonderful. I believe it is the best medicine on earth," It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays tha Inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, includ ing appendicitis. One dose will con vince or money refunded. At all drue-gists. Adv. x Smallest Adults in the World Are In Topeka This Week The Famous Filipino Midget a little man and woman just 11 inches smaller than the late Gen. Tom Thumb, are now on sxhibitlon at the Legion Carnival with tha Rice At Dorm an show. Everybody should see these wonderful little people dance. Extra Attraction at the Legion Carnival, The Famous Filipino Midgets, without question the smallest liv ing adults in. the world, 11 inches smaller than the late Gen. Tom Thumb. They are just 21 and 24 Inches in height, brother and sis ter from the far off Philippine -Islands. See them dance and en tertain. A remarkable show. Every one in Topeka should pay a visit to the Midgets. A fine place to take the family. Awarded medals of honor at the St. Louis Exposition by the government. With Rics tc Dor ma.i Show all thia week, be tween 7th and Sth on Jackson St. M I O TO X N , , E- TO A BUILD JTltL BUY RMODEt, Shawnee Building and Loan Aea'n lit West Sixth St. WANTS A'NU MiSCELJ,ANEOlJS ADS "UVUtTbinIPbaTES: The rate foi Inserting West Ad in Tbe Toiwks State founts! la I cent a iron each Insertion; minimum 10 ceutr: by tbe aeek cents s word m Wilt" nia (SO cents. COUNT THK WOKlie ot jour ad tscluu leg four words for State Journal address Wilis address t used count escb "Initial letter and eeeb number or combination o figures as oue Wurd. CLOKINU HOUR: Want Ada to ot classified properiy most be in Tbe Huts Journal office before 12:20 o'clock. Want Ads received rffter W (III 1:10 P m will be Inserted nnder toe bead i "Too Let to Classify." . LOST AMU TO'XP. LoS'l BUjck rotdTng"' pockctbook. Part contents were two ten dollar bills and one or two five dollar bills. Finder please return to Witcbey Poultry and Produce company. 1. It. Jtanta, SIT Qulncy. Phon; 748. . LOST Tortoise slicll rim glasses between Garfield and Avenue: name Delia Lich tenhaue inalde case. Coll St. Francis Hos pital. Phone 1777. i LOST Bu".li of keys. Finder please phone White Heward. wanted kitiia nous SHIPPINW CLET1K and timekeeper would like' employment in city. Address Ship per, enre journal WASTE!) Lawn mowing, yard cleaning, trash and cinder hauling. Plione Black 'Yi:.'; LAiv wants a position as stenog rapher, tjoofl references. Call44tKI. WANTED Odd" Jobs carpenter work. T'hr.ne ;11M. TV A NTED odd bs and bouse cleaning. Phone Itlne 4K::. VVANTLIW -SA L KSM KJi MEN TV A NTED WHO OWN CARS We have several openings for men who own cars and eon aell or can be taught to sell. We will do the tenchine and pay a salary of from $10.01) to 14.00 a day. depending on the man. Prompt action will be neces snrr. Adiircsa uusr, Sales Manager, 4:14 Ltnlirop Bui. (lint, Dept. P. Kansas City, Mo. SALESMEN WAls'TED with curs.'. Can nme gwil money. Phone 1olS. 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. WANTED Young man to carry Journal route. Ap ply at the Business Offjce State Journal. . TREE TRIMMING ml topping. Dangerous ones safely re move.!, rjiong 4&yT. YANTE1 Messenger boy w ith wIipoI. Apply Crane k Company, 110 East Kigbtb street Fin'BMFN, BRAKKMEN. $175-2."M month ly, experience uupeceifcary. Svrite Kail way, care .Tiurnol- WA NT K P Mn n for ontdoor wnrk. Ftornl fn.. 'Joth ariil Khiikiih. Topeka EAST SIDE NOTES Notes ant) peraonals from Kast Side by Frances Jones. Telephone oi30. There's a woman on -the Eat side who Is a widow and who works down town. She has two children of school age and nhe tneigls t tin t eflcli unon an the clilMren finish - their lunch they wash the dirty diaheg. Several times she came home only to find the Rink filled with the dlshea anil the younKMers out playing-. The other niRht when she came in the bonsc the dlMiee were all done, but the dish rag was very wet. ahe scolded them for not doing tbeir work at noon. The next nllit v hen she caine home, ahe went clear thru the house hunting the little folks and she f 'iMid them out on the back steps. They wf-re tatting; inrns wimly waving tne tiipb r.'if In ttie anrtni? hrec'.e trcinir In iipo it before shs arrived. ' Miss Manilla (ilhler snd Mr. Michael Er- rin were mnrneo nt ::! o clock this morn Inc at St. Joseph's chnreh. The hrl.le li the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Jlbh r, North ( handler street. Mr. Krvin formerly made hla home nt Have, Kan. He Is now empioveo at the I'ritton rocerv store. A reception was held at the brides home fnllowinir the marriage service. The young people will be at home to their friends at the bride's parents' home, North Chan dler street. The Kfchnrdson Art Embroidery club will meet Wednesday afternoon 't the home, of Mrs. Hoy Peterson, 130 Grattan irer. The resident on Scoflnmt nvenu complaining about the rowdy actions of cMiiureu in ma netgnnornfion wno are pull Inij their flowers snd Injuring plants in The Golden Sunbeam class of th spvi svenue Baptist church will have an Ice cream sod pie social this evening st the cburch. Announcement Is made of the msrrlase 'j niis tuauys I'etty, nanghter of Mr. and Mrs. James Petty, 212 Emmett street, to Mr. (leoife gtratton, son of Mr. snd Mrs. G. Rtrstton. Elliott avenu. The mar. rlsge took place Thursdav, April 22, at Kansas City. Mr. snd Mrs. Rtratton wilt make their home for the present with Mr. and Mrs. Stratton of RIMott inmi. Mrs. Elmer Davis and eon. Billy, have com a rroia i leonrne, ti.. to Tlstt her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tipton, South Kan sas avenue. Mrs. Tanl G. O'Rim. who Keen tn at her home. Oak street, for the past m ui iuu) ma;. The Ladles' Aid society of thA RnH senue Methodist church will have an all- nay meeting i nursday st the home of Mrs. Hoy Cllne, T07 Twiss nvcune. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Slk. lieno avenue, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. snd Mrs. Tom Klsk. Lake street. Father Eckert, of Lawrence, who t to be the priest st the Sacred Heart parish, haa arrived and la making bis home. at the new parish bouse. 27!) Elliott avenue. Work on the new Sacred Heart church to be constructed on the corner of Elliott and Sew aril avenues, was begun Monday mornlnir. It is estimated that there sre about 22.T families in the parish who will send their children to the school and who will attend the chnreh. Mr. and Mrs. F. .T. I-eoenberger. 11122 Fanta F. announce the marriace of their daughter, Helen Elisabeth, and Mr. Walter jscsson. usage itv. The wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the Trinity tuurcn parsonage in jvansas t:itv. Mr. anil Mrs. Jackson will make their home In SANTA FE NOTES. Notea and personals from Sants Fe . by Frances Jones. Telephone SWO. Announcement la made of the marriage ef Mr. Lowell nyol snd Miss Flora Hol lenheck. ef Clay Center. The marriage took place lost Saturday at the home of the tcv. Kiiumnd .T. Kuln. of the First Methodiat church. Mr. and Mrs. Pval left for Kansas Olty and on thetr return borne the last of (bis week they will be at home to their friends st 26 Monroe street. Mr. Dyal la s maohinlat aBd la a nephew of Mr. snd Mrs. fieorge rolllnger. Mr. Oorge McKee. who has been quite '11 at his home, Grattan street, is recover ing. Mr. sad Mrs. Oliver Fason are the par ents ef s daughter, born April 22. Thee 1"i-w M..mrT, iuc uao.v niueita aiay. -.rs. Anna Robertson. Clay- street, haa spent the paat two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Eason. Mr. "sin Hqfy. foremsn of the strippers :gang. in the coach department, line re Itnrned to hia work after a ahort racatloo spent In Albuquerque, N. Me. Thomas Allen, who has been ill for sev eral weeks at his home, Brsnper street, is recovering. C. W. Kelser baa returned home from business trip to Chicago. BRINGING UP FATHER WHt SLU.THE FINE SCCNERX , DAUHTET?? ' mr Imtl rcTus Svict. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Working house keeper for hotel, $40 mo, 15. ami 1!.; Uiuing room a fill lamb counter girls, $10 mo sufl up; women for country bome! ; private family help; eool9. man and wife, railroad board ing car; muu and wife ranch, $75 mo., fur nished ; 11 married farm rouples ; farm hnudt ; laborers ; 4en rosters ; waitress to ship, free transportation. Furinau m- pioyment ornt-e, iwweat btu WANTKD Freight truckers for railroad companies ; married couple for ram-b, women to cook, $75 mo. and board; hos pital nurses; 100 laborers: teamsters; dairy bands ; farm bands ; 10 married farm h finds : molders ; cabinet mnkers : wanted for Idaho, brick masons, $10 day ; sheet metal workers. $H day, opensbops; cooks kitchen help. Furman's Labor Agency, 104) Wes t 8th. YOUNG MAN for clerk in bank, E-17, care Journal. WANTKD Experienced tailor. L. lljihn Co., .''( KnnKus ave. WANTED Fi;MALL HELP AN OPPORTUNITY for girls without business experi ence to learn Telephone Operat ing, an -occupation offering; per manent, well paid employment with ideal working; conditions and certain promotion for those ca pable. SCHOOL GIRLS over 16 can start in our evening class now and be ready for regu lar positions by the time school is out. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 812 Jackson. WANTKD Middle-aired housekeeper for Topeka, $H wfc., board and room; dining room and lunch counter irirla to ship out, $10 mo., board and room; private famiiy neip ; women for country homes, goou wages; 2 counter girls to ship north. $50 mo., board and room; free triinsportatlon : man and wife on farm. $70 month., board and room: ninn -and wife rxlin-HT hnnrriinir cars: cooks. Furman's Employment Office, .in. v est Mil. FORMER EMPLOYEES of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Com . pany will find t worth while see ing the Chief Operator at 812 Jackson in regard to PRESENT working conditions and wage schedule. " MACHINISTS, lathe bands, anap molders Steady n-ork ; open shop : no labor trou ble ;- attractive city: pleasant factory. WITTE ENGIKB WORKS., Kansas City, Mo. WANTKD Girls fo make baskets. rias snt work, good pay. Kaw Package Mfg. Co. . WANTED Comptometer operator. Give age. experience and salary expected. C 7, care Journal. WANTKr Reliable ateady bouse keeper: man with three children: satisfactory wanes. Call at 1013 West12tli jitrect. WANTrTl-i White woman or plrl for jren eral aoue work, small family. Phoue 3254. 90!) Harrison. COOKS WA NTHU One experienced dell eattesen cook and one assistant. Sulary $15 and $12 per w?ck. Wm. Green & Kon. WANTKD Girls to do mnillnc. Phil Eastman, 3t Central National Bank bulldinf;. WANTED Colored conk and dishwasher. No phone calls answered. Sll Kansas ave. TV A N'TF H Girl or woman for ppneral housework, l'hone Black 2918. 1X145 Fill more. WAN'TEP White woman or c-irpfcTr sren eral bouse work, small family, rbone .y'.r. 141R Harrison. WANTED ilrl for general housework. Phone 422. . WA NTED Experienced bookki-epr and stenographer. The New Toggery. WANTED Person to call for "and deliver wahlne Phone 3755. v? ANT E D Waitress. Cremene restaur ant ItEAIi ESTATE WANTED. WANTED TO BUY Two first class modern homes S to 8 rooms. Will pay ensh and good price" for suitable property. Address " G. B., Care Journal. i Notice Property Owners If you want to sell your city prop erty, farms, tracts or city lots, list them with us. We sura sell them. C. H. BOWMAN & CO. Phone 1926: Room 27, Columbian Bide., 2nd Floor. PROPERTY OWNERS TVe want to list your city property and tracts. We. have the buyers. . LOVELL & BROWNELL Tel. 48S1.'- 623 Kansas Ave. WASTED TO KENT. WANTED Four or fire room modern house sear Kenwood or Polwin by young couple, no children ; ' best of refereacesi Pbone 55j? W. WANTED June 1st by adults, furnished bouse or weirid share, furnished home. Phone ' 18S2. WANTED TO KENT A 5 or room mod ern bungalow on Vest stde by June 15 two adults. Phone pluck 2S14. WANTED TO RENT 5 to 7 room re si rienre or apartment by afay 15. Pbone BUS J. X-fe. r?S 1.55' hI V0J.N'rJ aoin- .fl TT- fill"- V" i. "VI 'N"I-t- I 1 --" 1 vr I t-TS r I &?J C tOR.' , f V oilT ' "sIj'I 'Vf "fvs. a- 1 i jjHP imc WAXTEP TO BIT. Junk, Rags. Iron. Metals Hizher nrlces oald. Will call for your junk. Phone 2t UVAL HKOS. CO. Topeka's Oldest Junk Dealers. DISCHARGED SOLDIERS Will buy your serge, whipcord or gaberdine uniforms. Phone 1184. II TWV Highest prices paid for rags. JJlrv magazines, rubber, metal, scrap iron. We will call. l'hone 5733. 505-307 thst.Leoj Uubber & MaCo. WE Buy ait kinds of magoiines at top prices. Call 1563 sud we . will call for them. " WAXTen--MISCKU.ANKCl)S . WE PAV the highest price for cast-off clothing, shoes, hats snd overcoats. Drop ns d card or call Gordon EJrpe. Ixtan Of- fice.4(10 Kansas are. ThoneliiJ. WANTED Machine work ol ail classes at :i94Ivanii ave. ' POCLTHT WANTED R. C. Wise. U27 Kansas ave. Puona 85t. liB HASTY AITT X PRESS. FOB RENT FURNISHED RCMJMS5 905" NORTH VAN BUR EN 2 newly fur nished large, modem sleeping rooms. Close in on iorm due. fOR KENT Two separate rooms - in s modern home. Gentlemen preferred. Plione White 54:18. 5UK E. llth. St. 311 WEST 7TH 2 large pleasant furnished modern housekeeping room, close in, very desirn ble, adults only. ' . ' IN MODEKN borne, sleeping room for i or 2 ladlea. 1101 Polk l'hone 2304 W. FOR KENT 2 strictly modern housekeep ing rooms. Phone White 25tl. PLEASANT front room, modern, reason- abhi 1i: WeBt 6th at. Pbone 12i2. MODERN south TOem. gentlemen preferred. 8:5 Jefferson. PlioneWblte 2411; FOR RENT Smart sleeping room, i light housekeeping rooms. S23 Van Buren. FOR KENT Furnished or unfurnished room, l'hone lied 2904. FOR RENT 2 large sleeping rooms, rea sonable. CIS West 4th. Phone Blue 293. MODERN Bleeping room to rent, 231 PplV street. FOR RENT Bleeping room at 1201 Polk st. rhone White 2S65. 212 WEST 8TH-Furn!shed room, Fdlson hent. I'bone 31M17. FOB RENT OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT Good office room, Edison heat, light and janitor work and free phone. Only $12 per month. Call 3S35 for location. TWO strictly modern office rooms, oat fln tBh. Edison heat, electric light, running wpr and janitor service furnished. No better offices in the city. Apply to Mr. Maklus. 2nd floor, 925 Kansas ave. Tele phone 714. FOR RENT ROOMS FOR KENT Suite of 6 front roonjs, sec ond floor. S12 Kansns ave. Exxcelleut office location. Phone 94. FOft KENT Modern light housekeeping rooms. 1101 Western ave. FOR RENT GARAUES FOR RENT Garage, cement floor, SI 7 West street, l'hone 2.19. FOR RENT Uarage, close In, 415 Van Ilnreq. FOR RENT Garage at 212 West StE Phone :jatT. FOR SAI.E-IJCIXJAEOCS - TRUNKS SUIT CASES HAND BAGS AT SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES GLOBE CLOTHING CO. Bl KANSAS AVE. 81 PAPER ROUTE Topeka State Journal route, 229 sub scribers. territory close In, starts and ends within S blks. of Journal office. Income about J4C.U0 per month. Call W. A. Neiswanger, Jr., Ill West 6th St. Phone 48. MERCHANDISE We have two nice grocery stores for ss'e: well located and doing nanoy Busi ness. HESS Co., 25 Kansas Ave. 1'boss 771. FOR SALE Garden cultivator. Fairbanks Victor scales (500 pounds). 2 heating stores, garden hose, kitchen chalra and table, st.iir carpet snd other furniture. Corner 6th and Llndenwood sts. - Tbone TiW. . PLANTS FOR PALE Tomatoes. egg plants, cauliflower. cayenne pepper, garden huckleberries. 15(16 North Van Buren St. FOil BALE Complete set cabinet maker's tools, like new. 407 Psramore. North Topeka. fall after o clock evenings. WANTED Watch repairing. Main springs $1: cleaned t ; crystals 25c Armstrong Jewelry t o.. tvaus3B ave. FOR SALE Delivery horse, wagon and harness. Call st 1W5 Lincoln. FOR SALE Lawn swing, lawn settee .and small neat'ng stove. i:iay. tosy Hint tm Ht'HSHS Ml'SH.'Al. ISS1RI MENTV A. M. AND T. 4.. ROE. 110 E. 5th Street. say: We have the same highest grade pianos, players and the Aeolian-Vocallon phonograph, as we had In the Residence htore. He an giving the same dependable and reliable attentioo. Corns in and r-lce oar instruments. Tel 32S0. after J p. sa..y.'bite 1S7. PIAN A- bargain. " excellent cenAitiea. Call afrer g:SO. 424SN-1. FUR SALE UVESTOAJK FOR SALE One tboro bred Ssortharn male calf 5 months old. W. Hull. 102 Stephens street. FOIt SALE Fresh cow and call Phone fU J. IX) U SALE Ml! cow. 131 Norton St. - FOR SALE ALTOJ10BII.E3. Never has a month in our Public more thoroughly the than the one just passed. 1918 Model Ford Touring 1917 Model Maxwell Touring. 1918 Model Maxwell Sedan. . 1919 Model Chevrolet Touring 1919 Model Buick 6 Touring. . 1919 Model uick 6, 7 Pass. . . 1918 Model Buick 6, 7 Pass.. . 1918 Model Olds 8, 7 Pass. . : . 1918 Model Buick 6 Touring. . 1917 Model Studebaker 6, Tour.. $200 cash; bal, monthly Come to Headquarters for Dependable Renewed Cars. WOOD MOTORS CO. USED CAR DEPT. v Phone 1560. Sixth St.. at Van Buren. ATTENTION We are now located at 410 Jackson St., where we will be prepared to give you the best of service in all kinds of Auto Repairing. ' SOME GOOD BUYS -.t FORD TOURING CARS ; FORD ROADSTER ' FO It D ''LIGHT DELIVERY TRUCK " ' .1- FOBD 1 TON TRUCK OVERLANDS, LIGHT TOURING 490 CHEVROLETS 5 LATE MODEL FORD COUPES 1917 MAXWELL TOURING . . BODGE TOURING 13H FORD, WINTER TOP. 1JI2U SAXON. We Buy. Bell and Exchange- LJKNU AUTO CO. 410 Jackson St Phons 1448. PAIGE TOURING REO TOURING (Late Model) FORD TOURING OAKLAND TOURING ALLEN TOURING JACKSON ROADSTER OAKLAND 7 PASSENGER MAXWELL TOURING DORT TOURING (Real Bargain) Terms to Suit. PAIGE HOME 1113-19 West 6th St. Phone 96 Bargains in Used Trucks ALL, IN FIRST-CLASS MECHAN ICAL) CONDITION. GUARANTEED AND PRICED RIGHT. 312 ton Republic 2 ton Republic y-2 ton Republic 1 ton Republic 34 ton Republic ' iys ton G. M. C. 1 ton International 1 Ford Commercial REHKOPF BROS. Phone 994. fit West Sixth St DON'T Forget to see ur Used Cars before you buy. All in good mechanical condition and priced to sell. . .' BUTLER MOTOR CO. V 117 E. ith, 6t. . Phone Hit. SfOTOU TBl'CKS At s ssvlui to you of over $400. Harding W&rel CSx. 10S Eat Sixth. , - BAKiAV Itlt-hmond .tonring. car." run ' less Miiq 1.'. tk.k . mile. Fnur meat tirfta. t'bene 964. . . . .. . ..... .. . DRAWN FOR THE FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES. history demonstrated to the value of Our Renewed Cars .$200 cash; bal. monthly .$150 cash; bal. monthly .$150 cash; bal. monthly .$200 cash; bal. monthly .$450 cash; bal. monthly .$500 cash; bal. monthly . $400 cash ; bal. monthly .$275 cash; bal. monthly .$350 cash; bal. monthly Used Car Bargains Two Maxwell Touring Cars, each. .$200 1917 Ford Touring 850 114 FordTouring 1S3 Dodge Touring; 600 Will buy. sell or trade. CHAS. JAESCHKE. 219 Kansas Ave. Phone 3744. TIRPQ repaired, vulcanised and re X II vj .O treaded. All work auaruoteed. Auto supplies of all kinds at a ble- reduction.' WKSTEKN TIRE & UUBBER CO., 21-21rt Kan:is Ave. Phone IROSl. FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD UUOUS SEE US! Before you buy your linoleums and rues and all kinds of used furn'.turs. Specials on new beds and mattresses. Logan Furniture Co. Phons 31S2. 32i Kansas Ave. CALL 3749 If you have any used furniture ami atorea for sale. CHEAP JACK will bo rlaht on band. 10'J East SlxtU CALL 1048" Xvhon ton have anv furniture to sell. SHKUH'OUll'S 8BM1SD HANfc STOKE, KKI Kat Fourth St. rOIt SALE Olic good as new R-ln.h golden oak dining table, Quail gaa i heater, new oven fr oil or iras stove. br- iralns If taken at nnce. l'hone 47-Jli N-n. r'OK SALE Dining room table, pood as new, $12. Call after 6 p. m. VHH N. Quincy st. HL'OS FOR SALE If you want to buy rntrs or seH your ntgs. see Wesley Hume. SOU flay. I lioue Blue 1709. FOIt RALE One Huofoki new, 400 Esst Sth. upstairs after i j. 'ni-- JOI'ltNAL HOUTEor Sale, close in. See Wesley Buoce. 808 C'ley. irhone Hlue17l. FOR SALE All household goods." lsi flay. FOR S I.K KKAJ, ESTATK. SOME GOOD WEST SIDE HOMES Beven rooms, den-and sleeping porch, fully modern, oak finish down, beamed ceiling in dining room, good cemented basement, large finished attic, splendid built-in conveniences, good barn, will hold two cars; two lots, east front; good location ........ $7,250 Eight rooms, modern, fine base ment, good barn; two lots; dandy corner location In Elmhurst; east front . $5,700 Five rooms.-- all modern, new fur nace, enclosed sleeping porch, oak fin ish down, newly painted and in Al condition The best house in Topeka forUie money ,$4.1 00 Five-room cottage, modern except furnace good basement, well located, well worth the money $3, fSO GEO. H. THOMAS $08 Kansas Aye, frhonf 285. WANTS TO SELL His lots. Non-resident seems bound to sell. Guess he wants some money. Two nice lots in College Place, on 15th St. paving, city water in the parking, sidewalk and sewer, near a whole block of new bungalows. May let go to the highest bidder. What will you give? Make offer. See COTTRELL CO. 11 W. th St. Tel 34. UEfcT West Side modem eottsire au market Niely decorated, ideal arranged large rooms, perfect repair. Double garatze. feprenlent for Hwt Island employe. H. A- Sttull, Boom 13, 408 Kansas are. Pheoe 4245. - Pbn "SALE Good 5-room cottape. gas, veil, cistern, cbk-ken bouse, fruit, shsde, !t lots, just outside city limits, oue block car line, low taxes. S2.000, &room modern cottage. 1 lots. Wasbburn district, tl.oK). J. F. P.latr. Phone 705. $4.UiO for three days, 1020 Monroe, modern - seren-room home. Perfect repair. Owner will show. Crab It. H. A. Shiill, Itoom 13, GO& Kansas are. Pkone 424S. STATE JOURNAL BY FOB BALE REAL KSTAfB Western Five rooms, gas, electric lights, ctern, 3-piece bath, newly ainted and decorated. Only $2,800. Buchanan Five rooms, fully modern, cistern, barn, 2 lots. Pries $4,000. Bight rooms, modern except teat, iarere barn. Price J1.J00. Seven rooms. 2 V east front lots, fins lawn and shade; a fine home. Pries $4,600. Douthitt fii rftnms. fullv modern, ncirlv nw: splendid home. $4,600. Clay Nine rooms, modern except heat, 2 baths; owass leait town., Pries $4;o00. Six rooms and reception hall, aica Iarere rooms, nicely arranged newly decorated; some" built-ins; double garage. $5,500. Kenwood Eight rooms, strictly modern, garage. chicken house, shade and fruit. $i(,60. Cottage Five rooms, modern except heat, nearly new, fine location; owner leav ing town. Hurry, $3,750. LOVELL & BROWNELL Tel. 4S91. . 52S Kansas Ave. MODERN of 5 Urgr fflomi oa West Sth I it basement, garage. Price $4,00 5 ROOMS r-ottnpfp on. Polk, itrar 14th, no fnrnnf. 1 piece bath, In good repair. Price $3,2UUL LARGE monrn bntn, 12tb and Clay, priced to sell ! quick. $l,aw. The Shawnee Investment Co. 534 Kansas Ave. '"' Plioat 6TOB. The Best Suburban in -Kansas For the money A fine 7-room house, nearly' new, w 1th bath, cistern, cement walk cel lar, good chicken house, good barn for two hcy-ses and car, with crib and hay mow, tuo wejls, plenty of water, lots of fruit, 11 acres good rich land, all seeded to timothy, clover and aalfa except garden spot; one-half mile from .he best little R. R. town in eastern Kansas, with new $40,000 high school building; on good road and a fine, sightly location. Priced for quick sale $4.1100. These buildings have all been built in the past five years and are well kept. House could not bs built for the price asked. GEO. H. THOMAS 60S Kansas Ave. Phone 285. $2,750 Lincoln street, south of Sixth, north of Tenth rooms, olty water, elec tricity, east front, 1 lots, three bed rooms. Splendid terms. $600 cash and 125 per month. Including Interest at 7 per cent will buy it GEO. L. TUER Phone 19$7. . 827 Kansas Ave. Shop District Nice B room cottage, nearly new, garage, chicken house, over two lots. Price $2,S0O. - Five-room cottage, corner location, cistern, electric lights. I1.S66. The -Wingett Realty. Co. E. M. Rogers. Phone H44. 10 West 8!xth. New Bungalow One ef the most beautiful bungs, lows in the city, rooms and break fast room, with every imaginable built-in convenience, quartered eak finish, 2 lots, near Eighth and Lln denwood. f,5fl. Garlinghouse Realty Co. Phone 10. 12$ West Sixth Ave. Rock Island Men Four-room cottage, gas snd city water. Price $1,600. Small payment. The Wingett Realty Co. E. M. Rogers. Pbone It 44. - 108 West Sixth. Suburban Home Of lots and 6-room cottage, i blocks of street car, good neighborhood. Price. $2,009. W. T. DAWSON & CO. Columbian Eldg. Phone 415. GEORGE M'M AN US FOR ALF RF.AL ESTATE. HOME AT A SACRIFICE ON GARFIELD Five rooms snd sleeping porch, first floor finished in quarter sawed oak, : with good furnace and full cemented : basement, with hot water coil In fur- ; nace, 1 1 lots; owner says sell for ' $6,600. ; THE KANSAS RESERVE ! INVESTMENT CO. Ed. F. Grote. Mgr. Real Estate Dept. i $24 Kansas -Ave. Phone 17$. Bungalows and Cottages i ' Pre got 'em, slso some tl and T room bouses. See me before buying. H. P. KIl'HAKDS. i 4S New England Bldg. Pbone S67L ) FORSSEE gacrirTNernt " aha Co., Kan., or will trade for butcher shop and grocery cbrWl bined. If interested write H. W. I Beam, N etmore, Kan. ?- . ;-. FOIt SAT.tC LMstfcrsdnTobt.f sSoT J tlon. Will take liberty bends. ?' Make,., best offer. Geo. T. liesch, Las Vtga., i Nevada. -.. i.400 6 rooms. East sth. Mr.. Harding, S 1(W East 6Hl. . ' . . .1 $1.210 K-rooni and barn, East Sib. SiTKy Hsrdlng. Phone 14fi. . J ITS WESTERN AVte.,' fo sale now'J vacant. Hea owner. - ' .. ; ' ' ' ' - 1 "to' r- FOR 8AL& CITY rnOPEfttl i WEST 7TH. $4,000 Little ever half dosen blocks' from Are. ; Mitv. aui'ucni nuij w i , rnumn, uain, nun, sttlc. full basement.- fcood furnace, house needs some repairs and redecorating, but Is cbaeaa at $4.0W. See 'me for location and ternia. 3. T. Bull, advisor oa real estate, 311 West atb. Phone 814. - 219 Buchanan Street Five-room cottage, 1 Jots, grate, gas. city water, cistern, old shade AiDij. can re seen rrom I to I n. j m. Call owner. phone White 4463. POll SALE-ttyo'iraer, leaTinglT.'p7--4 rom cottage, cotntilctely moilern, on Ttoswell arcniie, restricted neic-liborhool ; i hard wood finlidi. aTenned sleeping nnfli, large attle, full basement, garage. Phoue i 4ri-w. - ' ; Fort SALlC 5-room cottage, lots an.f I - barn and other Improreuiepts In good 3 coiidHJon 21 Csy. TWO ELMHTJRRT lots $4fKjAlsnTrots on f Fillmore between 20(b and llsmuton, i Xtno. fell 4BB K-4. SiX-KOOM modern house, oak dowa stafrC ; kansas ave., $4.ou. Phone so.'X i Ring FOR 8ATM KANSAS FARMS. FOR SALB 25 seres 14 miles northwest of Auburn, well linprored. tiiquire' August Kritxh. Wskaruss. Kan.. Route L'l iii . -- SERVICES OFFER FJD. RELIABLE workmea. charge of business building of fices, cleaning. Pbone ltrd 4603. CURTAIN CLEANING : Mae Tsylor. 1015 JJulncy. I'liotil Btgl W. DO YOUR house cleaning w'lfh the new electric sweeper. cleans furniture, csrpets, curtains, beds, mattresses and etc. Prloesessonsble. Address 514 West 8th. BPHAY YflUR Stf AUK TREERforseiileT 'VWrtosr built s-. MOffETT MONEY TO LOA! ON ALL Knfb'g Or PERSONAL PROI'ERTV. Horses, cattle, pianos, dlsmouds. bouse. 2iSr.0' l,'!"r'"- typewriters, sutor, carrtSBee. machinery, and to salaried pee-,-Tel. mi Tbomas. J514 Kansss areaue. , tOANi MADE on perioDal secnHFrTsbie to salaried ptrsons. L. Blscoe. 23 k. A. , fNSCKANC- L. W. WILSON Fire, tomato, plate rlsss. t Insurance. Thone tan. W Columbian Bldg. ! ovinit. FENIM ORE MOVING CALL PHOKB 4R41 , tIi'IWIIWIgs; TTPEWRIT fcltg of all mates, new and re built. Agency for the New Royal Type writer ami Victor Adding Ma-h!ns. Sop. pies Repairs. Pbone 222 Western Type writer To., f.24 Kan.m are., Topefcs. ttlie -ALL CTAMlAUlV MARKS itairs oTrenC Repairs by faetorr trained raecbanhs. Wt lead: other follow. ClUNg A COM PANV. 50 years lu business. KOTICE NOTICE to rll real estste sgentsr The property st 1014 East dih street from tbl dste nu Is taken from the market, John Waiey. PAtlTY that honstit bay rake and motiep. please call for same, 1.1th and (loidea ' are. Phone ITiSN-n. tTMlBItT tKltn THE 1 M PEN WELL Undertaking Ce., BOfi-Sna-liin Qulncy afreet Telephone !.' fl? V? BM"r!Ai;ONKH. riii.ne 14S. MACHINE SHOPS LAWN MOWEKS sharpesed. fartor; ma chine process. Howard Hacbtne Shops-' phons 1S77. " PICTCIt fSlASllMW. PltAsflNO. reiilbllng. mat making, mount- ; Ins doue by ftulli'sn Art Htore. 122-114 . Sw FinniEH. JOllV PBTRJllLKK. The Furrier. moTC to 5-" Western Ar., temporarily locate, '