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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1920
- 13 TO DISCUSS PAPER CRISIS Editor of Ten Western States Will Meet Jn Kansas City Slay 22. Kansas City, May 14. A conference to dicusa the newsprint situation as It affects the editors of papers in mall towns will be held In Kansas City, May 22. The conference has been called by the Kansas Newsprint league and ac cording to Herbert Cavaness of Cha nute. It is planned to organise a mid west print league Invitations to attend the conference have been sent to newspaper publish ers in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. The conference, Cavaness stated, will plan a campaign for legislative action to relieve the acute newsprint famine now prevailing among pub lishers In this section. Jason Rogers, publisher of the New Tork Globe, has wired that he will attend the conference. INTRODUCE TIIKM TO PRATER. Rev. C. J. Fox Say's It Is Stranger to Average Church Member. Prayer and sone are sadly neglected by the average church member, the Rev. C. J. Fox. evangelist, told his hearers in a meeting at the First United Brethren church last night. "You church people of Topeka must bring back the vessel of prayer " ho said "Prayer and the average church member haven't met for so long that they are total strangers. "Bring back the vessel of song it Topeka is to be saved. No operatic singing is to be used to win souls. I would Just as soon hear It at a revival as to hear a torn cat rende.one of his high tenor solos at midnight." A mass meeting for women and girls will be held at the church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tonight the Rev. Fox will take as his subject "No Man Careth for My Soul." EXPECT TO TAKE THREE FIRSTS. Five Topeka High School Athletes to K. U. Invitation. Five Topeka high school cinder men left for Lawrence today to compete in the invitation high school track meet at Kansas university this afternoon. The men are Anderson. Crosby, Bruce, Oates and Campbell. Topeka expects to take first place in the hij:h jump, relay and 440, according to Coach J. E. It. Barnes. . EAST SIDE NOTES Notea and personals frtfw East Sid bjr Fruuces Jones. Telephone 3530. ! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Iteilenhaugh. of Toil to 27, announce the ninrriatfe of their daughter, Eva lay, to Mr. John I. Urown The marriage took phwe nt Topeka, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I'.rown HI -will niiike their home for thf time be- lng with .Mr. and Mrs. ueuenuauifu at tnttir home. Mr. Hownid Nnvlor. who Is nt the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nay )or, recuperating from the effects of an operation which he underwent several weeks ago. exnects to return t hi school vnrK at ijflwrence me unit or me wets. Mis I.eriileee i'eterson, won has ieen ill for h. fdmrt time at. her home, Grattan treet, is Improving. Mm. Walter Cu mining and little daugh ter. Kelt a May, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Cumniings parents, Mr. and Mrs. WUHnins, Seward avenue. Mr. Cum in lugs expert to leave St. Louis in sev eral weeks for California, where he will make his home. Mm. Cu minings will join him later trt the Rummer. Mrs. Uilcv Jroso. who has been 111 at ner home. East Eighth avenue la recover In ir. Mr. Harvey Stover, who hn been quite 111 with the erysipelas at his home, Klein fctreet. In improving. Mrs. Charles Suit Is in Manhattan at tending a meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Kn stern Star. Mrs. Willtnm Courtney entertained at her home, 02.1 Monroe street, Wednesday after noon for the members of the Osage City (tewing club. This club has been recently organised and the members nr former retlentR of Osage City. The guests Fear Prevents Fat PeopEe From RedueJiur Weight The Fear Is Needless When Arbolone Tablets Is the Treatment To Be I'sccl. Proven Safe and Sure. Hundreds of thousands of tubes of Arbolone Tablets have been marketed In the past five years and not a single case has ever been reported of their being deleterious in any way. On the contrary many are grateful and write letters similar to this one. which was received from Mrs. Lilla Hichards, Plttsfield. Maine: "Dear Sir: Two years affo I tried Arbolone Tablets. It not only reduced me, but cured my headache and heart palpitation, and removed that bloated feeling. Recently my weight again Increased. I began Arbolone again and one box reduced me from 199 rounds to 182 pounds, and I feel so much better. I shall continue untS my weight is again normal, etc." Buy Arbolone Tablet.) of drustgists In sealed tubes with full directions. It is the. one safe, sure, dependable obesity medicine. A genuine guaran tee of entire satisfaction accompanies every packapre. Adv. Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight ry me i mole u e of Bon-Opto, ays Dr. Lewis, I have seen eyesight 60 In a week 's time in many instances, and quick relief brought to inflamed, aching, itching, burning, work-strained, watery eyes. Read the doctor's full statement soon to appear in this paper. Bon-Opto ia sold and recommended everywhere by Druggists. This oottiln.v, hrMnr. penetrmt inir wufdj tkM U of the murv ln pm out ol burns, vld, cut. Smtu. etc, and quickly bia e Injury. Get 36c or Toe botU t&dvy from your drutfstst. Tully-McFarland Drus: Co.. Cnmnbell Prns Co. A. C. KllnSaman & Co, Klinga mso & Hoover. vrrrr WANTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS OUT OF TOWN advertisements must tw acconipsnled with case or check In full fiaymeut of the same. Note the foregoing ustructioua aboot counting the words and the rate per word for Thn Topeka ta.j Journal. ADVERTISING RITES: The rate for Inaertlng Want Ads In The Topeka etnte Journal Is 1 cent a word each insertion; minimum 10 centi : by tns week 5 ceota s word minimum 00 cents. COUNT THE H'OIIDS ot Tour ad includ ing four words for State Journal address. When address ts used count each '"initial" letter sud each number or combluatloo of figures as one word. CLOSING HOUR:' Want Ads to be classified properly must be In Th State Journal office before 12:20 o'clock. Want Ada received after 12:30 till 1:1'' p. m. will be inserted under the bead: "Too Late to Classify." REAIi ESTATE TRANSFERS. C. itlssman to G. W. Sumpter, pt. se. Vi U-12-1C $ 1 H. Welsaer to C. Itlssman, lots 551, pt. 53. Van Iinren St., Orchard I'l 8,000 To M. C. McLaughlin: J. Linden, lot 1404-2-4 Ohio eve., - Highland Park 1 H. o. l'eok, lots 134-30 Ohio are., Highland Park 1 W. II. Houser to C. W. Garrison, lots 45-7 College are., Elmhurst 8,600 A. F. Wrtttnian to A. 8. Maxwell, lot 5S) pt. 87, Buchanan St., Tlirooo's 4tll add 4,500 H. A. Skull to O. Fulmcr, lota 417- 19-21 Morris ave., 8. & B. add 1 A. Aucompmiyh to W. L. Hamilton, lots 701-3 liranner St., Orchard PI.. 1 B. F. Whitney to W. T. McCormick, pt. sw 14 2-12-15 1 I. D. Alderman to B. F. Whitney, snme 1 O. w. Sumpter to F. B. Smith, lots SOa-5 pt. 7 Grand ave., J. Norton's add 1 C. H. Hall to K. M. Vedel, lots 1G8 pt. 6-S Chandler st. Metskers 2nd add. 2,400 II. R. Lntjuti to F. A. Klrkwood lots 49-.rl Tyler St., Maple Or 3,000 M. K. Hell to M. Eittrelm, lot 12S Polk st 2,600 A. A. Miller to G. Ivesler, pt. sw. y 31-0-13 7,500 C. O. Kilmer tn W. E. Applepate, lots 2,7-70-81-3 ltTtnois ave., Highland Park 8,500 J. Ash to E. K Price, lot 124 Qulncy st. 3,500 Shawnee Inv. Co. to W. C. Kendall, trt. 7" Garfield Place 1 H. W. Seery to O. E. Walker, lot E Westlalce 1 A. nvis to C. Itlssman. pt. lot 553 Van Buren St., Orchard 11 1 W. H. Nlecnm to J. K. Niccum, pt. nw. V, 29-12-1B 1 LOST -AND FOUND. LOST I'air of aluminum rimmed siec tacles near 10th and Van Buren. Name Robert Huuter on card ia case. Finder cnll JH(t for lr. Hunter. STOLEN Bicycle painted green, trimmed in brown. Flndur please phone White 2518. Keward. "LOST On Oakland car. pnrae containing small cnange. tall z-iis n-i, at Ait) Wa bash. LOST Pocketbonk containing money and check made to M. Schulte. Reward. B190. FOI'NU Eastern Star pin. Phone Blue 1HH. WASTED SlTOATIOItS WANTEDLawn mowing, yard cleaning, trash and cinder hauling. Phone Black WANTEfr-ddd jobs carpenter work. Phone 3156. WANTED Odd Jobs and house cleaning. Phone Blue 4SS.1. MALE AND FEMALE TOPEKA MEN-WOMEN wanted. Hun dreds Railway Mail Clerks. $120 month. Vacancy list free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 131 E, Rochester, N, Y. WANTED MALE HELP. TREE TRIMMING And topping, tree work in general. PHONE 4383. WANTED Advertising solicitor and copy writer. Must be A-l. Good position lor right man. WALES ADVERTISING AGENCY, Topeka, Kansas. Wednesday afternoon -were: Mrs. Albert J. Knox, Mrs. Arthur Pahlene, Mrs. Oscar Anderson. Mrs. J. S. Martin, and daugh ter, Dorothy. The next meeting will be held next week with Mrs. A. H. Tucker, 2i00 West Tenth avenue. OAKLAND NOTES. Notes and personals from Oakland by Frances Jones. Telephone Z53Q. The Oakland schools closed today with, a picnio field at Garfield park. Mrs. Harold Lepper, who Is ill at a local hospital, is improving very slowly. Miss Leoaa Edwards, of Klrwin, Kan., Is Tisitinp her cousin. Miss Gladys Edwards, 21 Forest avenue. Mips Gladys Edwards, who was the vale dictorian for the praduatlnfr class of the grades at the Oakland school had an averRRe of 97 in her term's work instead of 9;t ns was stated last night. The display of pupils work in the school rooms Thursday afternoon wm very inter t est in sr and was viewed by many of the pnrtftits and friends. Mrs. A. K. McGarrnh, of New York City, Who lias been visiting her husband's brother, 8. W. McGarrah, left Frlady morn ing for her home. The Rev. A. F. McGnr run is one of the leaders in the New Era movement of the Presbyterian church in New York City. The commencement exercises of the Onk land eiphth grade were held laot night In the school auditorium. The proj-rnm open ed with the processional by Miss Virginia Biscoe and was followed by: Song, "Come Thou Almighty King," by the class; class history, William Northup; Faithful Friends, seventh grade; vltflln solo, Walter Dawson ; "Yo Ho, Commencement,' eighth grade bovs; Class Prophecy, Evelyn Bower: Springtime Sen and Brothen Row. Willing Warblers : saxophone solo, Forrest Rich ardson; "Wanderer's Evening Song.' Hazel Goodrich and Evelyn Bower : address, I..eUe K. Edmonds; instrumental trio, Flor ence, Gustavis and Virginia Ash; "lo Backed Car," "Linden Tree' and "April Folk," eight grade gifls ; presentation of diplomas. Prof. S. W". McGarrah; "Fadea the Llchr," Hazel Goodrich, and benedic tion. Rev. G. G. Home. Those receiving dlplomns were: Gladys Edwards, Minnie Louise lnvin, Mary Evelyn Bower. Veria Jessi Lovell, Inez Lovell, Florence Gus tavis, Oliver R. Mfckev, Alfred Smelser. Opal Fern Reld, Naomi Margaret Hllner. ThPlma Connor. Donald N. Tnvlor, Helen Whitaker. Willla Northrun. Mvrtle Hast ings, Forrest Richardson. Rot Jackson. La Verne Erwin. Virginia Egerta Ash, John Northnp, Walter Dawson, Gertie fchaw. Alma Cnrllle, Walter Hart. Haze! Goodrich. Harry Wright, Easter Prury and Molvin Hawyer. SANTA FE NOTES. Notes and personals from Santa Fe by Frances Jones. Telephone Mrs. Willism Sawyer, of Burden. Kan., Is visitine her danphter. Mrs, George Mc Kee and lainilr. Mr. McKee. who has been ill several weeks is recovering but will not be able to return to hia work for some time yet. Mrs. Fd Stitt and dangbter. Miss Hascl Ftitt, will leave Sundnv to mnke their home in Albuquerque. N. Mex. Thy will Join Mr. Stltt who has been there several weeks. Mrs. R. M. Jones was pleasantly surprised Wednesdav ereninir bv number of rela tives and friends who gave a party for her in honor of her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Jones was presented with a number of pifts. Mr. R. M. Jones, who has been 111 sit the company hospital, has been released and has been brought to bis home. Mrs. Jones daughter. Mrs. H. P. Llllev, of Knrsaa City, who has been visiting her wuuier, au reiarneu soma. BRINGING UP FATHER r-U?"b. JICi-YOOft HUSBAMD t A.WF(J11V KIND TO WWT TO PA.-V MV TtllTKSM TO e:o (SS34 tO EUROPE AND COMPLETE WANTED MALE HEXP. WE WANT TAXICAB DRIVERS No experience necessary good driv ers who know the streets. Wo teach the taxi business; $21.00 to $40.00 per week. 205 W. SIXTH ST. WANTED First class man dishwasher. $90 mo., board and room; freight truckers; molilers ; cabinet makers; bricklayers; sheet metal workers; man and wife, farm work ; married coaples for hotel ftnd in stitutions; cooks; waiters; kitchen help; hospital help; contractor laborers, 60c hr.: 2nd cook, $:;5 wk. Furmaa's Agency, 100 West 8th. WANTED Men with selling experience to sell life and accident insurance in Topeka. Income guaranteed. O. T. Cropper, man ager, Ketna Life Insurance Company, To peka, Kan. WANTED Boys 16 years and over. Kaw Package Mfg. Co., Curtis and Qolncy St. BOYS for weeding. Truck at Gordon and Kansas ave. 7 a. m Cbas. Rude. Phone S7K0. WANTED Messenger boy with wheel. Apply Crane & Company, 110 East Uightb street. WANTED Printer, country newspaper ex perience. 805 North Kansas ave. Phone 38CT, Topeka. BOYS WANTED Eagle's cigar factoryt70S WANTKD Driver City Hand Lsnndry. WANTED FEMALE; HELP Salesladies wanted $10 per week. F. W. Woolworth & Co. YOUNG WOMEN for Local and Long Distance Telephone Work NO EXPEHIJINCI REQUIRED OS APPLICANT GOOD PAY WHILE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOIt ADVANCEMENT MANY COMFOKTS AND CONVENIENCES CONGENIAL ASSOCIATES "AN IDEAL OCCUPATION FOR YOUNG WOMEN" APPLY IN PERSON TO CHIEF OPERATOR 812 JACKSON ST. SOUTHWESTERN BELL. TELE. CO. SCHOOL GIRLS Our evening class in telephone operating prepares you for a. per manent, well paid position in a short time. Pay while learning. It you are over 16 and can give references, see the Chief Operator at 812 Jackson. WANTED-50 neat girls for dining room and lunch counter work, experienced or inex- ?erlenced, 40 mo., board and room, free ransportation : chamber maids; kitchen help; institution help; man and wife cooks; family help; bouse keepers; colored women cook: colored dishwasher: white cooks. Furman'8 Employment Office, 10b West 8th. WANTED Dining-room and lunch counter girls for Topeka and many other towns; housekeepers; family belp; chambermaids; institution help ; colored couple cooks. Fnrman's Hmployment Office. 1011 West 8th EXPEIUKNCED CHECKER 11:30 to 1:30 and 6:15 to 6:45 p. m. No Sunday w.ork. Apply Immediately Y. W. C. A. cafeteria. WANTED Competent girl for general housework, two in family; no laundry. Phone Red 432. WANTED- White woman or rlrl for gen eral hone work, small family. Phone 31H. WW Harrison WANTED Colored cook and dishwasher. No phone calls answered. 11 Kansas ave. WANTED White woman or girl for en- eral house work, small family. Phone SS2. 141S Harrison. WtlMEN AND GIRLS under forty wanted . at Eagle's cigar factory. 70S Jackson st. WANTED Diet kitchen maid. Christ's hospital. Wanted waitress. ant. Cremerie restaur- WANTED TO BUT. . Junk, Rags. Iron. Metals Higher prices paid. Will rail for sotir Junk. Phone 2tW l'VAL BROS. CO. Topeka's Ql.Kst Junk Dealers. DISCHARGED SOLDIERS Will buy your' serge, whipcord or gaberdine uniforms. Phone 1104. It Highest prices paid for rags. jy-fLP- magazines. rubber. roetnl. scrap iron. W will call. Phone 57X1 505-5fl7 E. 4th st. Leon Rubber & Metal Co. CASH REGISTER, nsed. in good conditioa. Irwin Motor supply company. THAT NS r-rr -vocu EDUCATION- BUSINESS CHANCES FOIt BALE Good stock of groceries at in voice price, doing good business. A. J., care Journal. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED Four or five room modern bouse near Kenwood or Potwin by young couple, no children : best of references. Phone 55H7W. JUNE 1st Three aduits want furnished house or would share a furnished home jn good locntlon. KKAI FSTAJrWANrKl); Notice Property 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 37, Columbian Bids?., Snd Floor. WANTED M1.SCK1 l-ANKOUS WE PAY the highest price for cast-off clothing, shoes, bats and overcoats. Drop ns a card or call Gordon Bros. Loan Of fice. 400 Kansas ave. Phone 1097. WANTED Machine work of ail classes at 304 Kansas ave. POULTRY WANTED E. C Wise. 1127 t&ansas ave. rnone vol. WK2 HASTY AflTO SX PRESS. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT On West side, nice large modern front room, newly furnished, Tn frlvateifamily; breakfast and dinner served f desired. Two business women preferred. i-noue j. FOR RENT 2 strictly modern housekeep ing rooms. Phone White 441B. FOlJ RE5JT Two light housekeeping rooms, l'none w nite nzi Monroe. ONE modern furnished front sleeping room. 407 Tyler. Phone Red S0T3. FOR RENT Large furnished room, 42S Harrison. Phone 1410. FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT Suite of 8 front rooms, sec ond floor, 812 Kansas ave. Exxcellcnt office location. Phone 94. FOR RENT Two unfurnished light house keeping rooms. 227 Harrison. FORREXTHOCSES THREE rooms with private bath on first FOR EXCHANGE FOR TRADE State Journal route. Mel rose-Gage Park district, paying $10 per week for property or stock. Call 2032 K-2. FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS CALL 3749 If you have any used furniture and atovei for sale. CHEAP JACK will be right on hnd. . 109 E.nt Sixth- SEE US! Before you buy your linoleums and rugs and all kinds of used furniture. Specials on new beds and mattresses. Logan Furniture Co. Phone 3182. 322 Kansas Ave. CALL 1048 When you have any furniture to sell. SHERWOOD'S SECOND HAND STORE, 300 East Fonrtb St. FOR SALE Beautiful bound books, sec tional bookcases, chairs, rugs, magazine rack, cupboards, flower boxes, garden vase, buffet, china closet, dresser, bed cots, writing desk, electrical lamp, lce box. step ladder, kitchen cabinet, toya. pictures, stove, wash tubs, wringer, rummage. 12o2 Van Buren. FOR SALE Fumed oak dining room fur niture, table, buffet and 6 chairs, J100; fumed oak rocker with enne back. $10; new brown silk draperies for 5 windows, $15: lady's mahogany desk. $10; white Voile enrta Ins cheap. 1122 West 8th st. RUGS FOR SALE If you want to bny rugs or sell your rugs, see Wesley Bunce. 80S Clay. Phone Blue 1700. FOR SALE Dining room table, good as new, $12. Call after 0 p. m. 1W4 N. V'l'ncy Bt. FOnTSAIJC One 9x12 Wilton rug. good , new. Call after 3 p. m. 514 W-6. FOR SALE MISCEL1.ANEOUS. FOR SALE National portable typewriter. 301 Leland. Phone 5S11-W. BLOOMING PANSIES. dozen, assorted 00c, tomato. 100. 70c, phlox, dahlias, verbenia. salvias, petunia, tobnevo. pepper and other plants sold right, l'hone Red 2395. A. M. Rock. lS2ti Mulvane. FOIt SALE BA'RGAIN. Two suits of clothes, sizes 34 and 37. 507 West Tenth. PLANTS FOR SALE Cabbage, cauli flower, egg plant, preserving fig toma to, garden huckleberry. 150S North Van nuren MOTORCYCLE Good old Harley. single. fine condition, new tires, $K. Call after 6 or Sunday. Butler. 1214 No. Polk St. WANT EI" Watch repairing. Main springs $1 : cleaned $1 : rystais 2.jc. . Armstrong Jewelry Co.. 429 Kansas ave. FOR SALE New home. xlH. bnllt on separator truck, at Feed Yard, 010 North Kansas ave. Thone .T7Q8. FOR SALE Delivery horse, wagon harness. Call at 1K5 Lincoln. and FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle. 1300 NorthCentral. Joi HNAL ROUTE for sale, close in. See Wley Bnjice. WWJClay. Phone Blue 1709. FOR SALE Ttckei to Portland, Oregon. . Addresx I 27. enre Jonrual. BABY itf'GGY for sale as good as new. Phone 5ft25J. FOR SALE Journal route, pays $11 per week. Phone 21-Vi Ring 2. lu&2 UA8I1 AUIO SAPKElta. VWtH CWT - CVEI - r ONE FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES. Paige Touring Buick Model 17 $775 Buick Model 17 $550 Ford Touring $450 Ford Roadster $275 Reo Touring $1,000 Chevrolet Touring $525 Allen Touring, $425 Overland Model 90 $650 Maxwell Ton Truck, $675 Terms to Suit You. Phone 96. 1113 to 1119 West 6th St. PAIGE HOME Bargains in Used Trucks ALL IN FIRST-CLASS MECHAN ICAL CONDITION, GUARANTEED AND PRICED RIGHT. - 3y2 ton Republic 2 ten Republic l1 ton Republic 1 tori Republic 34 ton Republic lio ton G. M. C. 1 ton International 1 Ford Commercial REHKOPF BROS. Phone 994. 212 West Sixth St. FOR SALE 1914 Ford Touring; $186 1918 Ford Touring ......$300 1917 Ford Touring $350 1918 Ford Speedster ,.$265 191S Maxwell Speedster $300 Starter and Lights. 1917 Dodge, Touring $600 Will Buy, Sell, or Trade. CHAS. JAEBCHKE 219 Kansas Ave. , Phone 3744. SOME-GOOD BUYS FORD TOURING CARS FORD LIGHT DELIVERY TRTTK OVERLANDS LIGHT TOURING 41S1 CHEVHOLETS ONE LATH iIODEt FORD COUPE 1917 MAXWELL TOURING 1020 SAXON We Buy, Sell and Exchange. LIKNU AUTO COMPANY 410 Jackson St. Phone 1448. TIDTC repaired, vulcanised and re 1 IrVLlJ trended. All work fl-tiarnntepil. Auto supplies of all kinds at a Dig reuncnon. WESTERN TIRE & RUBBER CO., 214-210 Kansas Ave. Phone 1508. FOR SALE By owner, a Hudson Super Six, looks and runs good as new, with a new set of tires. Will sell for less than half the cost of new car. 318 Topeka ave. FORD touring car, i flue shape, all new tires, muse sen ; two extra tires, one new extra inner tube. $:WK; will take part lib erty bonds. Home evenings. 1011 North Mamson st. ONE VIM truck, Studebnker 4, Studebnker 6 top, with new back curtain. 930 Monroe, Phone3177. OAKLAND SIX, slightly used but Just like new: rcn less than 10,000, 5 tires. $040, at330 Tyler. Li" CHEVROLET ENGINE overhauled,- new body, good bargain. Blue 2049. FOR SALE Automobile, cheap for cash. 1R21 Western. MUSICAL INSTRl MKNTH ATNTTTlOrilOrthsTret say: We hare the same highest grade pianos, players and the Aeollan-Vocnlion phonograph, as we. had In the Residence Piano Store. We ar giving our customers the same dependable and reliable attention. Come in and -ice our Instruments. Tel. 3280. after ti pm., WJlitelS79. FOR" QUICK SALE 1 L'enor saxophone. nearly new. Big bargain. PhoneS071 jr. FOR SALE Piano, a ; bargain, excellent condition. Call 424fl N-l. FOR SALE: IJVEsnOCK FOR SALE OR TRADE S extra large black, fine, high-hred trotting stallions, all in good shape, clear of Incumbrance and priced to sell: can be seen st my barn, block north of Oakland car line. H. G. Shore, owner, .128 Wabash ave. Phone 220s FOR SAI.K Two ml!-h row, one Just fresh.heifer calf at side. SIS Topeka ave. FOR "ALE 2 milk cows, just fresb. 318 Topeka. Full SAI.K KfcAl. ESTATE Best Yet Rental Investment bringing $50 per month; can be bought for $4,5c0; owner needs money on another deal and will sacrifice for quick action. Phone 444 or Black 2S98. Beautiful Modern Residence S'x room modern Queen Ann in Elmhurst. every convenience; restrict ed district, on Garfield Ave. For those who care. Only $5,600. Certainly a bargain. Call J. J. KING. Phone 995. Three Houses $650- Rent for $12.50 a month; North To peka; no repairs. ROBERT B. KANE. Phone 444 or Black 2898. j j ig DRAWN FOR THE CERTAIN Lf - I vrfANT HER TO CO TO EUROPE AN" WOOY- FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. SHOP Bungalow, 5 rootUR, gat, electric HfrMR, 2 lots, east front, new bomp, beautifully papered, finished floor, built-in conveni ences. Price (3,660 Terms. COTTAGE with aa acre of jznrdu ground, mime fruit, 4 large roouia, floored attic, good cellar, well, outside hltrhen and wapb house, close to shops. Price $3,000. Terms. , MODEST gnoi as new, all made over 4-room cottage, ! blocks from down town, pantry, f Ion red attic, electric liebts, city water, 1 lets, close in. Price $2,2B0. Terms. JUST off Seward Ave., electric llsrhts, gas, 14 lots. 4 larg3 rooms, cellar, pantry, In fine condition. Price $2,S00. Desirable terms. $4200 TSeven rooms, 3-piece bath, furnace, base ment. eat Tront, old shade, close in, fine neighborhood. Price- $4,200. $10,000 New residence. Just finished fireplace, large living rooms. 3 extra larse bedrooms, fine sleeping; porch, breakfast room, base ment, fnrnnce, 2 lots, Washburn location. Price $10,000. Terms. $9000 Elmhurst, 2 lots 6 rooms, sleeping porch, fireplace, well planned large rooms, oak finish, garage. Price $9,000. The Shawnee Investment Co. 634 Kansas Ave. Phone 6090. Special Prices for Quick Sale A nice (-room cottage, modern ex cept furnace, west front, nice location, on West side. $3,700. Good 5-room cottage, modern except furnace, sleeping porch, basement, east front; Washburn neighborhood. $8,800. Five-room cottage, modern except furnace, east front; good location for creamery or Rock Island ' people. $2,300. Two cottages, one a good 6-room house, the other 8 rooms, coal house, garage, 3 full lots, fine old shade. East side, shop district. $3,000. Five-room house, electrlo lights, gas, city water, basement, old shade, nearly two full lots. $8,250; $500 cash, bal ance like rent. Six-room .house, fully modern, full cement basement cistern, garage with front drive; fine location In Elmhurst $5,250. , GEO. H. THOMAS C08 Kansas Ave. Phone 28S. Near Saa brook 20 Acre tract. Seven room house, good barn, poul try house, arch cave, good young or chard Just beginning to bear. 10 acres alfalfa, balance In cultivation. Im provements almost new, in fine shape. One horse, buggy and harness and some tools go with this tract. Price $7,500. C. H. BOWMAN & CO. Room 27, Col. Bldg. Phone 1120 Big Bargain Ten-room str'ctly modern residence; one of Topeka's well cared for old homes on paved street, half block off Tenth avenue West; surrounded by good homes and ove -looking an open, large size private park; bath on first and second floor, den and open, fire place first floor, largo sleeping porch and private study third floor; big barn and garage, old elm shade, 50 foot east front. Owner going to country, and orders us to sell, until June 1, for the knock down price of $5,300. A. A. RODGERS & CO. 110 West Bixth St. Phones 418 or Blue 2800. Oakland Line Five choice lots (fenced), l-room cottage, hall, porches, cement cellar and walks, laundry, furnace, bath room, gas, electric lights. Cistern and well witn pumps, sewer connections, good barn poultry house, fruit gar den, shade, car close. A nice home cheap. For quick sale and immediate possession $3,100. J. E. TORRINGTON 109 West Sixth. Tel. 228. FOR ALE 719 Morris avenue. 8-room hoase on 3 lots. batb. hot water heat bam.gamce combined, full cement base ment Fnone VOO. STATE JOURNAL BY VOO KN$W VERY WELL HER HQWLItVi KEEPS AKAK Nld,HTt AJSO t NEVER VrtUW KNOW MOW TO rOR SALE REAu EST AT R. Sacrificed By absent owner, his home of 8 rooms, on Buchanan street. This Is not new, but a good, comfortable old house; has full 8-piece bath and furnace, 1H lots, fruit and Bhade trees, barn, etc. Mis nriee was fl.aOO, but insists on our selling; $1,000 will handle his equity; balance like rent, $12. $2 tor 9 years. Here Is Another Seven-room house, modern except c,rn.tf.a vMinnd lit Tl. fistem and pump, nice shade. Price $,000. This can bja handled with $500, balance like rent How Is This One? Five-room cottage, modern except furnace, near Third and Western, new bath, new paper, shed for garage, ground $1Hx160, stood basement Price $8,500, with $800 Cash, balance Ilk rent Lane Kive-room house, modern - except furnace. It's & bargain at only $1,600, with $300 cash, balance like rent. Kansas Reserve Investment Co. ED F. GROTE, Mgr. Real Estate Dept. 824 Kansas Ave. Office Phone 1798. (Call Woodcox after 6 p. m. 1242.) FOR RALE 500 Jefferson street, S rooms. electric 'ights, gas, etc.. 82.000 : 50!) Kast Fifth street, 6 rooms, electric lights, rss, city water, $1,900. Rental value of both houses. S31 ner month. Also two double houses, Occupied by four families, o rooms each, electric ugnts, gas. etc.. on tract 105 feet on First avenue and 1.10 on Qnlncy, rent for $H per month. Fine manufacturing site, sine thicks ot z ronns In front Sure to greatly Increase In Value. $d.ooo. " All these properties ordered sold bv the Shawnee county district court See me or phone :tl4r,. FRANK O. TRKNNtNO. Attorney, 623 Kansas Avenue. Close In $6,000 An up-to-date east-front home, well located, southwest, close in, strictly modern, with sleeping pt rcn, garage, newly decorated Inside and out within walking distance downtown and In first class location. Shown by appoint ment only. The Wingett Realty Co. E. M. Rogers, Salesman. Phone 1(44. 108 West Sixth Ave. Owner (moving away) wants to dis pose of home on FILLMORE ST. Six rooms, all modern, 2 large porches. t lots 1(5 feet deep, garage; in one of the best blocks In Flumore street; in Al condition and priced right. W. II. EASTMAN 41 4( Or (41 701 Jackson St. Shop District Five-room cottage, corner, cistern, electricity. A dandy home for (1,800. Five-room cottage, in splendid con dition, garage, cherry trees, chicken house, 2K lots. Price $2,(50. Part cash, balance $1$ monthly. s The Wingett Realty Co. E. M. Rogers. Salesman. Phone 1(44. . 109 West Sixth Ave. Near Washburn One of the neatest five-room house In the city; oak finish first floor, oak floors second, thoroughly modern, fit e sleeping porch. Owner leaving city. $5,250. L. W. WILSON Phone 83. Beautiful Suburban-Bargain 28 acres Improved, one miles south west, on rock road. room bouse, barns, hog and poultry houses, blue grass pasture, alfalfa, fruit Horses, cows and crop goes. Possession. Let me show you th s. Call J. J. KINO. Phone 95. FOR SALE CHEAP Eight room house and garsge on paved street East side. Practically modern 2 lots. 428 Liberty Street. Call Owner. 117$ or 5332. FOR SALE Fine home, 3H acres. 8 room house, good condition, high pressure gas, 2 chicken houses, 2 wells. one cistern, large barn. Variety of fruit on car line, close In. Inquire of Owner. Phone 83(2 or 1173. Jast listed snd want to sell 100 acres good erssa land for pasture or mslnw. In the southwest corner of Jackson eoeuty. Possession now or guarantee ef $700 cash rent. Phone m 1. JC BCZBKB. 42 Kan us Are. GEORGE M'MANUS ( I KMOW IT-THAT VAlT I -WANT I I HERE TO CO TO EUROPE -SO I 'l I WE CAN gOTH tLEEP- j ' . . jf , 1L mm? IMP r mrt, wwm anrrm. Mm. j $lf. FOR BALE RKAL KSTATE Bungalows and Cottages . I've art em. slso some and 7-roona houaea. See me belore buying. it. p. HiciiAims. Phone 2671. 423 New Englsnd Bid. ' CUT $.VK 00 mnrr hwib ub uinurj ui una cut off the price for quick sale. Two lots, eight moms strictly modern, sleeping porch, gar ntre. Topeka ave. location. Now (6,000. I'll one owner, 3017. FOR SAT.F CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Ilouse, 7 rooms, modern, new ly papered, hnrn, one snd one-half lots. Price $ oik. Call owner, 14427 Van Kureu. Phase laso . r"t!t HALR Near Christ's hospital, 2 lots. 0-rot.io dwelling, floored attic, u closets, 2 large porches, 2 fine sleeping porches, bullt-ln clipboard, full basement Intimity snd furnace room, good hot air furnace, finished ia oak, nice old shade, barn for two cars, cement walks, brings big rent Price $,".noo. Want $.5o0 cash: terms bal ance. Kurinan Real Katnte,100 West 8th. 012 WfcNT 7fH. 7"rnom. nil mociern", neetls painting and redecorating If this were done It would be In the .".ooo class but you ran buy It as It is for X4.H00 little over balf cash, balance is in build ing loan. 1 FOR RALK 5-room cottage, gas. heti house. 3 lots, one block csr. ('J.000. 8 rooms, modern except heat, Washburn. $4. 200. oth-r hargalst all parts city. J. F. Blair. Phong 705. FOR FOUtt PAYB7OBSd. - All mo.lern seven-room bouse, low Monroe. Hfive reliable client anxtona to leusa at (nio a year. Orab this bargain. II. A. Shall. l'hone 4245. FOR 8ALK I70S Fillmore-l'ive rooms, large reception hall, 3-plece hath, full basement, two lots, all newly decorated lnslile. Prlce$1.700. Terms. FOIt SALE fi-room house, 2 eaat-frent lota, located In 1.300 tiTo.k. Qnlncy street; paving and sewer paid out. Trice fl.Min. A. L.Furman Reaj Estate, 106 West th. FOIt SALE Two five-room bungalows! A12-51U Lafayette st A bnrgaln If sold this month. Inquire 1410 Kaat 6th at GOOD five-room house, swell location, near Holy Name church, rheap. l'hone 424S Fort RALF3Sood house, North Topeka, Phone White JMsM. MO.fFT MONET TO MAJT ON ALL RINDS Or , PERSONAL PROPERTY. Rortet, cattle, pianos, diamonds, hons. hold goods, libraries, typewriters, tutor, carriages, machinery, and to salaried peo ple. F. S. Thomas. 614 Kansas evens. Tel. SOT. 7 f& Money to loan on city property. OUPRT B. KANR. Phone 444. LOA.VS MADU od personal security ; also in saiariea persons. lj. niseoe. ft-'A K.. A.. INSURANCE. L. W. WILSON Fire, tornado, plate Slats, Insurance. Phone (aa. in Columbian Bldg. fclltE. tornaiin, hall, auUimohile. Oen. 1L Thomas. Ao Kansas ave, l'hone 25. SFTt VICKS OFFERFjl IF YOU want yonr wall paper snd fresco work cleaned like nw call Bin 1882. J. I,. Marshall. CEMENT WORk contracted. Itoyd, IMS West st. Phone SM. PNDEBTAEINO. THF) L. M. r EN WELL Undertaking Co., B0fl-80-ftl0 Qiilncy streef. Telephone 192. !t. W. nOMOAKONEtt: Phone 14i. MACHINE SHOPS. LAWN MOWEKB sharpened, factory ma chine process. Howard Machine Shops. Phons lfttT. PICTURE) FRAMINO. FRAMIKO, reglldlng, mat soaking, moimt-, . Ing done by Rulllvan Art Store. 122-124 V . A t, FXHRTER. JOHN PKTltZILKK, The Fnrrier, moved to D?v western Ave., remoorariiy locatei. MOVlkO. FENIMORE MOVING CALL PHONH 4S41. TYPEWRITERS. TYPEWRITE!! of all makes, new and re built Agency for the New Royal Type writer snd Victor Adding Machines, ft as pics Repairs. Phone 223 Western Type wrlter Co.. 24Kansaa ave.. Topeka, Kaa. ALL KTA.SllAKll MAKKS Sales or rent Uepalrs by factory trained mechanics. We lead: other follow. CRANE V COM PANY, no years In business. LEGAL (First published In Topeka Stste Journal Friday, April 23, 1820. IN THF MATTER OF THE VACATION OF" CERTAIN STREETS IN THIS TOWN OF WAKAULBA, FOltMEULt KINGSTON. Notice is hereby given that F. M. Baxter Snd Martha Raster. Soloman Maggart and Marlon E. Mcraddea have filed heir peti tion, with the County Clerk of Shawnee County, Kansas, directed to the board of County Commissioners of said County praying for the vacation of Wakarusa Avenue; the alley between Wakamsa Ave nue and Railroad Street; Kast Third Street; Et Second Street; Aver Street: Tin Street; snd all alleys between said streets, nil ot the above Darned streets being located la tbe town of Wakarusa, formerly known aa Kingston, In accord ance with s I'lst of said land snd afreets, as recorded In Plat Rook 2. page A, in tn offli-e of the Register of Deeds, in Shaw- , nee Coitalf. Kansss. On the first day of the next regular session of said board after the completloa ' of this notice, to-wlt: Msy 17, IfJO. 10 A. M said Petition will be presented to asid -iiosrd for a bearing thereof snd that at said time ond place all persons -interested may appear and be heard upon sold peti tion. feigned F. M. TIAXTFR. , MARTHA J. RAJCTKR, KOI.OMON MAWAItT. MARION . M FADDEN.