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The Daily Booster from Topeka, Kansas • 3

The Daily Boosteri
Topeka, Kansas
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MOST UP-TO-DATE SHOP IN THE CITY RED FRONT SHOEING SHOP vwr 11 1 1 1 .1 We call tot horses and deliver them. Phone 1 652 W. M. Lary 918 N. K.

A. Will she remain true to the land of her Or to some foreign castle be bound? CHORUS. Who will get the thirteenth? Who will get the maid? Three crown jewels to select from, And they are gems 'tis said. It will not do to pass them by, For Europes Nobelmen, The one that gets the thirteenth, Will surely get the gem. J.


PATCH, Proprietor, 808 KANSAS AVE. Topeka, Kansas. ll PROUDFITS Candy Specialty Shop AND CHILI PARLOR Fruits and Nuts Feb. 27 and 28, and March 1. Third precinct, second ward, Corbin's drug store, 900 East "Fourth.

First precinct, fifth ward, Woodford's drug store, 1634 Buchanan. Third precinct, fifth ward, Cox's planing mill office, 611 East Tenth. 'First precinct, sixth ward, Terry's grocery store, 205 Stephens. Second precinct, sixth ward, Shoaf's drug store, Tenth and Morris Ave. March 3 and 4.

First precinct, sixth ward, Edel-blute's- drug store, at Potwin Station. Telephone 718 FOUR CHAIRS AND BATH OBSERVATIONAL. The "man on the beat" weilds the club in either case, but the man who beats the carpet is seldom "called" onto it. An employee is liable to get docked for watching the clock, while the jeweler gets paid for it. I have long since discovered that when you elect to befriend someone, as a means of self preservation it is well to provide an armor plate for the seat of your mether garments.

The difference between some men and a jackass is that sometimes the jackass don't kick. If vou want to find out what a mis I232 Kansas Ave. Easter Sunday, March 23 Order Your Suit or Overcoat This Week- 300 New Patterns to Choose From. Tailored to Your Measure North Topeka The North Topeka "Booster" baseball team has organized for this year under the management of C. Spangler Originators.

All Garments-Union Made $15 F. E. SPETTER Best Line of Novels, Candies, Lunch Cigars and Tobacco 84154 N. Kansas Ave. the $15 Idea fit you are in this, world, attend an advertised bargain sale.

The surest evidence that I think a deal of my wife is the fact that I wear the neckties she buys for me. We're here today but we have no 53 Kansas Avenue Tom C. Powell Mgr. The Palmer Transfer Co THE SMOKER Billiards and Pool way or knowing wnetner or not our carburetors will be working tomorrow. While everybody takes a fling at the bald headed man, there is this to say of him: He doesn't part his hair in the middle.

That auto driving in Topeka is, producing an alarming increase of nerve-strainitis is evidenced by the large Delivers Day and Night of Mayetta. If any. teams wish games with the Boosters, write to Louis Fie-ger, as Spangler is out of town on ball business. The following line-up has been chosen: Catchers Levett and E. Ogee.

Pitchers Fieger and Kirkwood. 1st Base Shipman and Lux. 2nd Base Bartram and Downey. Third Base Carter and Lordon. Shortstop Johnson and Dotty.

Left Field Alderson and Lumberg. Bight Field Reahl and Armstrong. Center Field Greening and Ogee. The "Boosters" challenge any out-of-town team in the state of Kansas, Missouri or Nebraska. Miss Bessie Bigham returned to her work today at the White Swan Bakery after a ten days' illness.

Mrs. G. C. Collins is ill at her home on Park street, with the Lagrippe. Mrs.

G. M. Brassfield is ill with rheumatism at her home at 1025 North Van Buren street. Mr. Kelso Bloom is the guest of his grandfather, Mr.

G. M. Brassfield. Fine line of Cigars, Pipes and Candy 837 N. KANSAS AVE.

F. M. WARD Real Estate Insurance and Rentals 817 N.Kansas Ave. Office Phone 3285 Rei. Phone 2642 1 PHONE 189 410-412 Quincy Employ Men Only If you want to move i Call us roll for terms.

696 amount of "automobile paper" which the banks are said to be carrying. About the only, way faces are admired is in a mirror. The man who buys a safety razor usually gets skinned twice. Sometimes the grass will grow over your feet as well as under them. -It takes more than a needle and thread to mend rent when its past due.

My idea of the "poor settlement worker" is the bill collector who calls on me. BARBER SHOP HAIR CUT 15c SHAVE 10c Booher Moving and Storage Co. E. 4th St. JUST SIGNS "But all Kinds FRICK CRAIG 502Kans.

Ave. Phone 1558W WANT AD. WHERE DID HE SLEEP? Carl T. Robinson 841 K. A.

I saw a great big policeman A-struggling through the snow, He "wasn't trying to get anywhere For he was walking slow. I saw him going out West 6th, He was trying every door I think he was looking for a warm place So he could sit and snore, 3Best theatre Best Moving Pictures, Best Equip-ed House, Always a Good Show 4th and Kansas Avenue FOR SALE Holton Mellophone (new) Banjo (small size) Mandolin 1 1 1 FOE SALE Three counters, 2 showcases, small stock of confectionery goods for quick sale $50.00. Inquire Booster Grocery Store, Phone 3142. FOR SALE OR TRADE Candy makers outfit, horse, wagon and harness; Kreso Deming Sprayer; Modern Bungalow; four and five room house; four quarts of Coco Cola flavor; and hotel with forty rooms. FOR SALE Modern Bungalow, store building on rear of lots.

A snap. North Topeka Personal Exchange Co. Phone 4135, 834 N. Kansas Ave. Eight beautiful lots in one body in choice part of Garden City.

Will sell at a bargain if closed out at once. For information write L. Gager, 1811 Lie street, Topeka, Kan. A young man with best reference wants clerical job, or would like to clerk in store. Call 4135.

If anyone has lost a fox-terrior, they may get information by calling phone 2488 Red. W. A. ALLMON The Horse Shoer We send for horses and deliver them. Phone 643.

212 W. 7th St C. M. Walter's Old Stand. 1 Architect's Level with tripod American Loan Co.

307 Mulvane Phone 645 His steps were slow and weary, And the snow was awful deep, He is supposed to be a-looking For a place where he eould sleep. He comes in from his beat in the morning, Saying he served the people well, But you bet I know the place he was at, But don't worry I won't tell. Written by Samuel Yonnkin. CASH GASH $21.50 "THE MAID OF THE BUYS ONE OF OUR Gyco Bicycles Complete with Adjustable handle bars, Trussed saddle, standard pedals, non-skid guaranteed tires, and coaster brake. J.

C. HARDING CO. 106 E. 6th St. FOR SALE A-l residence building site, close to two car lines, south and east front, 46x75 feet.

Close in. A bargain. Call 4135 for particulars. Now all of the prophets in this land of ours, Can prophesy this thing for me; Who will get the thirteenth maid, The maid of liber-tee. The White-house soon will have three maids, That 's worthy of Europes best crown, PLEXOTILC KING OFFLOORS Flexotile comes in 20 colors, the colon are strong and true and guaranteed not to fade.

Flexotile has seven times the crushing strength of ordinary concrete and is very much more fire proof. You will be su-prised to discover what a beautiful floor you can have at a small cost. The Shawnee flex-o-tile Co. 114W.8thSt. Phme 1905 Black FOR RENT Five-roomed cottage, bath, gas, near Washburn.

Rents for $12. Call phone 4135. FOR RENT Five room cottage west of fair grounds, two lots, city water and gas. Rents for $11. Call phone 4135.

regg Shorthand List your rentals with us we have calls every day for houses. Phone 4135. FOR RENT Four-roomed house on E. 6th well; coal house, two lots; half block from car line; rents for $7.00. Call phone 4135.

is far superior to any other system. Let us prove it to you. Strickler's Topeka Business College E. 8th. J.

B. RE A 116 East 4th Street Feed and Seed FOR SALE OB TRADE Two lota, clear, in College Place. Call phone 4135. 1.

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