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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNALWEDNESDAY EVEXTING, MAY 2 1007.
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HAS A GOOD START
Tonpta Orchestral Society
Makes Its Initial Bow.
Delights a Large Audience at
the Auditorium.
TRIUMPH FOR MR JEBE
The Conductor ProTed Himself
Most Capable.
Mr. Klingenberg and Mrs. Jebe
Score Personal Successes.
It Is now a certainty that In the
Topeka Orchestral society Kansas
may lay claim to something more than
the nucleus of an excellent symphony
orchestra. The concert given by the
organization at the Auditorium last
night exceeded the most sanguine ex
pectations of those of the audience
who had not been present at re
hearsals and who were unprepared for
so finished and artistically satisfying
a performance as the society gave un
der the direction of Mr. Halfdan Jebe,
organizer and conductor. To say that
the orchestra is not in some respects
amateurish would be, of course, to
stretch the truth unnecessarily for
such weaknesses as the performance
showed were inevitable, considering
the youthfulness of the society, and as
the defects were undoubtedly as evi
dent to the conductor and the musi
cians as to the listener any criticism
of them would be entirely gratuitous.
What may be said of the orchestra
with absolute sincerity is that Mr.
Jebe has succeeded in collecting from
rurely local sources some superior or
chestral material and that, in spite of
lack of experience in. ensemble play-
ior trie society uas oeen in ex
istence only a few months his play
ers last night proved their ability to
cope with a programme of serious in
tent and considerable technical de
mands and to master both the intel
lectual content and the mechanical
difficulties of the sccre.
That Mr. Jebe is a finished musician
Topeka audiences have had abundant
proof In his several concert appear
ances since he came to the v ashburn
music school last fall. As soloist, com
poser and conductor his work is
equally distinguished. Last night we
had him in the two latter roles only
and his achievement was- sufficient to
arouse extreme enthusiasm. As a
conductor he is earnest and unaffected
and while everyone might not agree
with his readings there could be no
doubt as to the sincerity of his con
ceptions. In his hands his orchestra, com
posed of forty more or less inex
perienced and amateurish players, be
came a peculiarly plastic medium of
expression and he achieved with them
effects always intelligent and some
times brilliant to the verge of elec
trifying. Mr. Jebe has the faculty of
skilfully vocalizing a score and the
performance was singularly- and grati
fyingly free from any suggestion of
confusion o: Incoherence, faults which
would have been condoned, and are
even to be expected in an inex
perienced organization.
Mr. Jebe conducted the entire pro
gramme including Gluck's Iphigenia
Overture, a Lohengrin Fantasie. Dall
Abaco' Concerto da Chiesa for
Mr. and Mrs.
strings, piano . and organ, the Grieg
piano concerto opus 16. Beethoven's
Turkish march' and. his own tone
poem on Tennyson's Rizp'ah without
a score, and although .there will al
ways, perhaps, be two opinions as to
the artistic necessity of this it is a
certain proof of musicianship.
Mr. Jebe had played compositions of
his own solos in Topeka before but
his dramatic tone poem on Tennyson's
Rlzpah revealed him in a new light.
The composition has more. than a little
of the Norwegian flavor which charac
terizes all his work and . Its appeal Is
universal. Mr. Jebe's compositions
previously heard here have been for
violin alone but he writes even more
ably for orchestra, beihg" more " than
clever at counterpoint and orchestra
tion. Those of his audience who had
expected his Rizpah to be a mere ac
companiment to his wife's reading of
the Tennyson poem were agreeably sur
prised to hear a broad, comprehensive
and ambitious composition entirely free
from the banalities, and extravagances
of the Strauss imitators, a work of
much intellectual and emotional distlnc
tion.
Mrs. Sofie Bernhoft-Jebe in her read
ing of the Tennyson poem made her
first appearance on any stage in Eng
lish and her second appearance before
a Topeka audience. Mrs. Jere was for
years a professional actress of the na
tional theater or Chnstiania. Norway.
Shortly after she came to Topeka last
winter to Join her husband she appear
ed with Mr. Klingenberg in a Grieg
BJornsen tone poem at a recital at
Washburn when she completely en
thralled her audience with the beauty of
her voice, the grace and nobility of her
rare, expressive features and the mag
netism of her personality, although her
reading was entirely in Norwegian. In
a few months she has so far mastered
the English language that her reading
of Tennyson last night, while Invested
with the charm of a quaint and pretty
foreign accent, was perfectly intelligible.
and her pronunciation and Inflection
pure and flawless. ; Her interpretation of
tha Tennyson poem left nothing to be
desired in the way of dramatic fervor
and convincing realism. Her art is of
the quiet, repressed, intense description
that leaves an impression of enormous
reserve power and her art lent much to
her husband's brilliant and powerful
score.
The feature of the concert was the
Grieg piano concerto opus 16 by Mr. Alf
Klingenberg and the orchestra. Topeka
concert-goers have learned to expect
much of Mr. Klingenberg and they
have never been disappointed in him.
He is a musician of the first class and
at every appearance he strengthens the
impression of his powerful gifts and
achievements. The Grieg concerto
which was his number last night con
tains little grateful passage work and
no showy bravoura with which to elec
trify an audience. It demands rather an
exalted poetic conception self-abnegation,
almost, and a subordination of the
soloist to the symphcijic whole. Mr.
Klingenberg's reading displayed a fine
illuminating insight into its spirit and
to its interpretation he brought his re
markably clean, clear technic, fine sense
of rhythm, beautiful touch, exceptional
command of dynamics, precision, verve
and controlled and carrying tone quali
ty. He held up the orchestra wonder
fully, too. seemed to give the youthful
players new confidence and zeal and
they achieved some of their best effects
in this number.
Mr. Klingenberg's mastery of the
piano Is complete. He draws marvelous
tonal effects from an instrument which
is undeniably unplastic but never forces
it. beyond its power of sonority. One is
not always being overwhelmed by his
sound waves for at times his tone has
an ethereal quality of exquisite beauty.
His poetic conception and artistic man
ner of delivery unite to make his play-
ing of telling effect and brilliancy and I 525 Kansas avenue; or J. C. Fulton, De
the beauty of the adagio movement, ' pot Agent.
J to 1 A&T' i I
Howard Gould. Ylio Arc in the Divorce Courts.
"KMT
JAD MISCELLANEOUS ADS.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFER
C. C. Moore to J. A. Waugh, lots 277
- and 279 Strait ave., J. W. Morris'
add $
L. C. Mammond and wife to J.. Col-
linge, lot 56 Peter St., Crane's add... 1,075
u. . " Clammer and wife to Pet
Rhodus, part lots 366. 368 and 370
Monroe St., Ritchies' add 600
Pet Rhodus to L. A. Clammer, same 600
A. Youngs to L. Bryant, lot 227
and N. 229 Polk st 3,500
ii. v . cnanee and wile to H. stran
berg, lots 1 and 3 Franklin ave.,
Mai Donald a Grand View Sub-div
M. M. Johnson to C. Sooysmith. lots
194 to 204 inc . Lnfust at . Parkdali-
add S00
C Sooyysmith to E. E. Roudebush,
same
H. I. Sell to J. H. Sell. lots 50 and 52
Locust st. north, Webb's add - 500
Or. V . Grimes and wife to Shawnee
county, part of the S. W. M 17-11-16 L400
i. . Harts and wife to M. Smith.
. lot 0 Polk St.. Higelnbotham's
add. 123
Bank of Topeka to M. Conture. lots
340 and 342 Lincoln St.. Lafayette
Place add 600
International Imp. Co. to G. H.
Hoyes. lot 2S7 and the S. V, of lot
25 Lincoln st Westlawn add
J. L. Catham to H. Ekblad. Jots 46 .
and lot 48 Western ave.. Watson's
add 1,250
The College of Bethany to L. M.
Nellis, tract in section 27-11-13 1,000
a. j. Jonnston ana wire to L. L.
Taylor, the S. W. of the S. E. i
23-13-14 2,000
J. Armstrong to E. T. Armstrong,
lots 193 to 219, inc.. Winter ave., Ste- .
phen's add 1
M. A. Hoaeland to M. C. Kulo. lot
112 Chandler St.. Metsker"9 2d add.. 1,100
B. AI. Hall ana wife to J. Roach, lots
33 and 35 W. Norris St., Evans' 1st
add 450
C. E. Jewell and wife to vv . Tollver,
lots on Grant and Fillmore st.,Kaw
reservation
W. Toliver and" wife to G. Hama-
ker. iiama 100
especially, of the Grieg concerto last
night will long linger in the memory of
his audience.
BOUGHT BY JONES.
Take in Mail Order Business of Kein-
por-Pax ton in Kansas City.
Kansas City. May 29. The Jones
try Goods company has purchased the
mail order business or the Kemper
Paxton Mercantile company. - increas
ing the capital stock of the former
company from $150,000 to 1500.000.
W. T. Kemper retains part of the pre
ferred stock in the company.
The new business will be run dis
tinctly separate from the business at
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Main and
Walnut streets, but the two will oper
ate in the closest harmony.
That Calif ronia Trip.
Now is the time to make your Cali
fornia trip $50 there and back. One
nrav through Portland $12.50 extra.
Tickets on sale every day from June 8
to 15. and June 22 to July 5. Tickets
good in either Pullman Palace or Tourist
Sleeping Cars. By taking a tourist
sleeper, passengers can materially re
duce the cost of a California tour with
out sacrificing the slightest degree of
comfort. Tourist creeping Cars run
daily to California via Union Pacific.
For reservations and all Information
tnaulre of F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Ast
WANTED MAMS HHP.
WANTED 100 men with teams for grade
work ir Oklahoma. Steady work. A. L.
Fin-man, 811 Kansas ave. --- -
A. A. A. COMPETENT BU8INESB
men of large affairs, -one of the largest
concerns in America is desirous of arrang
ing for representation with a number of
the highest class solicitors. Only men
accustomed to making hot less than $8,000
to $10,000 or $20,000 per annum and to hand
ling bonds, real estate or Insurance deals
in the tens and - hundreds of thousands
wanted. That is, the kind of men who
can by introductions or social standing of
their own Interview people of wealth and
position would be the onljr one likely
to make successes m the line we have.
Address of call MR- BLISS, Room 226, 9
East 26th Street, New - York City. -
WANTED Man "to run a moving picture
show. 520 Kansas ave., room 5.
HIGH class representatives wanted. Ap
plications are invited from men of the
$5,000 a year class to act as local corre
spondents and fiscal agents, highest
grade of character and ability reauired,
remuneration -consistent, r Those familiar,
with stocks or brokerage business prefer
red. Address W. A. Fisher, Temple bldg.,
Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED-Carpenters for California.
steady work, free transportation. Capi
tal Employment Ageney. Sll Kansas ave.
CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Wants car carpenters and reaairers
bridee rarrntars. mechanics and labor
ers to ship to shops, farm hands, farm
couples, man and wite cooks, noiei neip,
men cooks laundry man wasner.
PHONES 6fi2. Sll KANSAS AVE.
W4NTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Competent girl general house
wont, must cooat. nu i
ings 511 W. 8th st.
WANTED Girl for general .house work.
Mrs. E. H. -Anderson, -nui ij ier ii.
WANTED Competent girt for
housework at 77 Harrison St.
general
WANTED White nurse girl,
required. 1257 Topeka ave.
references
WANTED An experienced dining room
birl at 127 W. Gordon st.. N. Topeka.
WANTED Experienced help in several
rtpmtrimfnia hand ironers for ladies
clothes esoecially. Mutual loundry, 3d
and Quincy.
WANTED A eirl to do housework. No
washing, no ironing, no children, good
wages. 315 Topeka ave.
WANTED White girl to cook In family
of 5. no washine. wages a secondary
consideration if can get: right kind of a
girl. Inaulre S35 Fillmore st.
WANTED White girl for general house
work .22 ToDeka ave. - -
CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Wants dining room girls, $20 mo., board
room and Dass; house, girls, chamber
maids, woman cooks, kitchen help, laun
dry help, girls lor MopeKa noteis.
PHONES 662. 511 KAASAS AVK,
WANTED Lady bookkeeper, also sorter
and marker, ivletu laanory.
WANTED White woman, to cook for
familv of 6. eood waees will be paid for
a cook of experience who is not afraid of
work. None other apply. Ai woooiawnav,
WANTED Housekeeper 13. W. 8th St.,
2 in family. , ". ;
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral nousewora at font st.
WANTED SITUATIONS.
WANTED Position as. .salesman, refer
ences. Address VV . M.,- care Journal.
WASTED MISCEL,LAXEOCS-
WANTED-.
Good municipal, state or school bonds.
and first class loans on farm or city prop
erty.
KNIGHTS ft LADIES' OF SECURITY.
W. B. KIRKPATRICK, President.
WE pay highest cash prices n.;- yimr cast
off lcithlns:. ahiw2. hiu. overcoats. DroD
us a card cr cnll Ind. tel. 2538. Aba Jacob-
son. 600 Kansas art.
WANTED To boy, seli and repair elec
tric motors, door bells and all kinds of
supplies for sale, to do electric work, all
kinds, low rates, work guaranteed. J. H.
Taylor, 1630 Topeka avenue. Ind. phone
3683.
I PAY highest ensh prices Tor your cast
off clothing, shoes, ba'm and overcoat
Drop c card o.- call Inti. tel. 10- Gordon
Bros.. 435 Kansas ave. -
WANTED To buy a good family horse,
one for lady to drive and safe for chil
dren. Address giving price ana age. o
E. I-, care Journal. -
WANTED By. a young married couple,
7 room modern cottage or house, close in
on West side. "Modern. care Journal.
WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. tl.
14 Bush. Ind. phona 3U4. U4 K. 4th st.
FOR RENT ROMS.
rOR'TRENTUpsuili
room, large closet. , 310 W. 6th st.
FOR RENT-1-Furnished room, modern.
206 E. 8th st.
FOR RENT 811 Topeka ave.,
down stairs. Water, gas.
3 rooms
ROOM and board, pleasant furnished
front room in private family with board,
modern; 2 gentlemen preferred. 1102 Kan
sas ave. "
FOR RENT 1 2d floor room at The Vir
ginia. 420 W. 10th st, .
FOR RENT June 1. desirable unfurnish
ed rooms for housekeeping S09 Monroe.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms.
single or en suite, private family. 710
W. Stb,
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for house
keeping downstairs. $7.50, 805 Adams St.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms 719 Quincy.
Newly furnished. -
FOR RENT 3 furnished light housekeep
ing rooms, witn gas, iu. w. aoor io
W. 5th st.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
with board. 520 Harrison st.
FOR RENT Furnished room, everything
modern. 422 W. 7th st. Cor. Tod. ave.
t furnished rooms for libht housekeeping.
301 Monroe st. uooo neignoornooa. .
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms, al
so housekeeping rooms. 816 Kansas ave.
rort RENT norsEs.
FOR RENT 829 Monroe, modern house 7
rooms, first class condition. Inquire 92S
Monroe or M Snattinger. 115 W. 6th st.
FOR RENT Furnished modern flat. In
quire 216 E. 8th St.
FOR RENT 4 room cottage 522 Lake St..
good well and cistern. 4 lots. $10. Inquire
Voight Bros., bakery. 6th and Lake sts.
FOR RENT
7 room house, bath, closet, gas, city wa
ter, cistern, grass, shade, 1276 Tyler" st.
Inquire first house east.
FOR RENT 6 room house 315 W. 12th.
Adults only. No barn. .
STRICTLY modern cottage, also modern
house, both in good condition. 700 Lane. sC
Dyer What did your wife say when you
told her that you wouldn't be home till
late? .
Rownder I don't know. I hung up the
receiver as soon as I was through talking.
Brooklyn Lif. - - .
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
IOC WILL SING
. If you want to see something absolutely new hi the way of
nwin plan, new in -decoration and new in many ideas, you should look at 828
West" "st: "Here's .why".- ' ' ; - .
First It's, in- Westlawn. - -. . .
Second When West street is paved this summer 'twill make one of the pret
tiest locations in town.
Third The lots are terraced, slose to the rear' and all sodded.
Fourth-rHouse has the prettiest finish you ever saw maple floors, birch doors,
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selected pine casings.
; Fifth Double cellar; ;one room for laundry, another for furnace, attic fin
ished into splendid room, with closet. -
. Sixth Three handsome bedrooms, very large bath room. Refrigerator, closet
oft kitchen, large porches, all rooms papered, all light fixtures in. -
Seventh If $5 more'ean possibly be spent on this property to make it com
plete, will spend It for you. " .
Eighth Two lots and this home ready to move" into, for $3TS75 Built throughout
of the best materials.
GEORGE D. LTTLE, Mgr., SOS Lane.
THE STRAUSS AGENCY, Sole Agents,
- 107 E. Seventh St. . .. .-'
$500 CASH
Balance like rent, buys nice home in
Oakland 4 rooms, 4 lots, shade, fruit, per
fect title. Let us show you. Bennett &
Charles, Crawford bldg., both phones 277.
FOR SALE V lots, modern 7 room
house, barn. 421 Polk St. Make offer.
FOR SALE Suburban cottaae home with
good water, barn and other belongings, 3
iois. a oargam at fc casn. Hinitn
Agency, 50 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE OR RENT
6 room house, 2 east front lots, well, cis
tern, gas, near shops.
H. C. BOWMAN,
Ind. Phone 6SL Columbian Bldg.
FOR SALE At once, on Buchanan, eight
room modern house. H4 lots. barn, east
front, shade. Parties moving to Kansas
City; $500 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
BAILEY BROS. CO..
Office 990. Residence 515L
WANTED Offer on lots 530 and 522 Park
st. Most desirable buildine site in N.
Topeka.
UAV1U I hAKl.V, iu w . sixtn.
PART CASH
Balance like rent, buys nice Van Buren
street home. 8 rooms, reception hall, bath.
gas. modern: come see about it. Bennett
& Charles, Crawford bldg., both phones
tii. ;
-SPECIAL BARGAIN
On 10 acre tract, fine 5 roomed house,
11 under woven wire fence. Reason for
selling parties are leaving state and will
mate Dargam.
FOLK ACRE TRACT
3 roomed house, choice location, parties
desire larger tract near city. Both of
these properties are bargains and prices
are low.
C J. NAt MAN,
North Topeka, R. R No. 5.
Bell Phono 3SS1 3. i
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 5 room house and barn,
eood condition, eaa. LIS Fillmore St..
$11 per month. A. P. Wilson, 41a Kansas
ave., Ind. pnone li4.
FOR RENT 6 room cottage, piped for
gas. Inquire T28 Branner st. Call Ind. 4033.
FOR RENT Modern suite In Lenox flats.
S. Barnum, Ind. phone 29s3.
FOR RENT Nice 5 room house, barn,
cistern, well, cellar, gas. 1175 N. Kansas
ave., $10 per month. A. P. Wilson, 415
Kansas ave. ind. pnone 1334.
FOR RENT Largs brick bouse corner of
6th and Polk. Just the location for a
nice private boarding house. Inquire 711
W. 6tb st
FOR RENT 3 houses and 2 barns,
Lake and Locust sts. Phone 5704.
FOR RENT 5 room ctttage and barn 500
Lawrence St., $iu 1. J. Brown, li Colum
bian bldg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BALM OF FIGS, a positive cure for all
forms of female diseases. Susie Battey.
mgr., 1119 W. loth St. Phone 1126 I rings.
FOR SALE A gas range in good condi
tion, cheap. 427 Monroe st.
FOR SALE House 6 rooms, closets, house
to be moved. 220 Taylor St.
FOR SALE AUTO
$1,209 j Smith touring car 1906 model
type "G." Cost $2,500. Will sell for $1,200.
For cuiek sale.
H. C. BOWMAN,
Ind. Phone 6S1. 42 Columbian Bldg.
FOR SALE Surrey, splendid condition.
newly painted and upholstered, at 510
Western ave.
FOR SALE I will sell my store on E.
13th st. Also 3-room houses 825 and
827 on E. 12th st. Prica $2,000. F. Popple
tno. FOR SALE Runabout $16 Van Buren st.
BICYCLES FOR SALE
3 NEW BICYCLES. $15 EACH.
"RACTCLE. COASTER, CLINCHER
TIRES
3 BOYS BICYCLES. $10 AND $15.
SIMPSON BICYCLE CHEAP.
4 GIRLS' BICYCLES.
BICYCLE TIRES. BEST ON EARTH,
$3.25 EACH. '
BEST REPAIR DEPARTMENT IN
CITY.
H M. CROSS CYCLE CO.,
123 WEST SEVENTH ST.
FOR SALE Shorthorn milk cow.
phone 6702.
Ind.
FOR SALE I good driving horses, 4 and
S years of age. J. Thomas, 21$ W. Cth.
FOR SALE -60 business earls for $L.
lot envelopes $l.i: 600 letter bead $1.50.
Bee them; it ci ass printing at propor
tionate rates. TRAPP, 714 Kansas- are.
I.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. -
ITS PRAISES
modern home.
FOR SALE t room cottage, 2 lots, fruit,
i.nw. viaDasftave.
EXCLUSIVE
1020 Jackson, 2 story. 11 rooms, hall,
Datn, - pantry, electric light, hot water
heat, city and cistern water, shnde. fruit,
barn, close in. very desirable. We'll take
jvm mrougn it. Bennett & Charles,
crawiord Bldg., phones 277.
FOR SALE A fine 10 acre chicken ranch
or exchange for city property. Will give
eussrssiun any time, m. w ard. 817 N
FOR SALE 4 best lots in Melrose at firs
cost, east fronts. A. C. Long, 122 E. 6th
GREAT BALLS OF FIRE.
"anted. to give away quickly my de
sirable modern corner noire, two squares
south Capitol, on electric line. 10 rooms,
bath, vestibules. lot hundred feet on Har
rion, 81 on Twelfth; (room for another
house); handsome combination chande
liers, 3 beautiful mantels, $760 hot water
iiirr, aouoie plumbed, city, cistern
water, closets (with windows), every
room, can include two smaller houses
next east and two next uouth, making
live on six extra long lots, or sell any
separately, suiting corner purchaser. ' All
clear, titles perfect; insured 5 years. Ideal
ixntuicni, capitalist, smaller town, de
siring educate children, medicine, law.
etc. Must change climate account asth-
ij -onle aicKer; your own price; any
uiu terms; casn. time, or monthly pay
ments. Best offer. 30 days, accepted. No
latiers. ruooers nor agents. C. L Quick,
1 ' . jw riarrison st.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 8 room bouse.
jimuire mv IOLK St.
- , A COZY LITTLE HOME.
2 LOTS, o ROOM- COTTAGE. BARN,
FRUIT. SHADE. ONLY $I.15oO. ,
' - - SHELDEN & CHAPMAN.
71o Kansas Ave., Topeka. Kan.
FOR SALE OR RENT Big bargain. 8
room house in Auburndale, barn. well. 2
i-ninius, uuhi inwH. zju v.assas ave.
GEO. M. NOBLE CO,
ESTATE, LOAXi!, INSURANCE
Soms Special Farms anJ City Bargain
435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICB.
FOR SALE 5nS CELL ANEOUS.
We have Just received a car of
NATIVE COMMON LUMBER
mostly cottonwood, . running in length
twin o ikj id leet. mostly s and 10 ieet.
n m, ii v r ( 1 1 1 1-r at low price.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.,
Phone 12. Third and Jackson St
FOR SALE 6x7 camera, eood ronrtltlon
or trade for smaller sise. 1231 Clay st.
FOR BALE Nice 5 vear-old bar mare.
city broke, also a rubber tired runabout
ana single narness. A. r. W ilson, 415 Kan
sas ave. ind. pnone 1384.
FOR SALE Two stylish young .driving
norses; also cnoice ot z run-aoout Dug
gies. C. G. MeClury, cor. 3d and Jackson.
FOR SALE Ntcenew clean alfalfa hay,
deivered. 113S 2 rings.
FOR SALE 2 typewriters,' $10 and $15.
H. M. Cross, 123 W. 7th st.
FOR SALE Boarding house furniture
and fixtures, 12 rooms, best location In
the city. 212 W. Sth. Call 1:30 or 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE Furniture of 9 room board
ing house, fine location, good business-
Address Business, care Journal.
DON'T FORGET the daisies for Decora
tion. The Houston field is open to the
public this season. Bell phone 3723 L
FOR SALE Full set of Kansas suoreme
and court appeals reports, original prin
with digests ana compuea laws. c. O.
Knowles, 111 W. 6th ave.
FOR SALE 4 ' fresh Jersey cows. very
choice. 1 family mare $Sw. 12 viulncy st.
FOR SALE High grade 4-year-old Jersey-
cow, 4 gall., just iresn. 613 E. 2d st.
FOR SALE Cow. Call at 1616 College ave.
or phone Boll i43.
SIXESSCHAXCES.
PARTY with $500 to $1,500 can realize a
large profit in a few days. Investigate
closely and act quick. Address Business,
care Journal.
IF you have $150 I can put you on the
road to fortune, fullest Investigation,
absolutely wonderful opportunity. I am
not trying to give away $1,000 bills to see
if people will take them, but if you can
invest as little as $150 and $30 a month I
can satisfy you that I can make you a
fortune. J. M. Randall, P. O. box 205,
Madison Square. N. Y.
CARPENTERS AND BTTT.DER'?.
BOWERS & KEARNS, contractors and
builders; Job work carefully done. Li
W. 7th. Phone S553.
J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder
Job work promptly done. 120 E. Eighth
St. Ind. phone 1244.
ITSCELLANEOCS.
FOR CEMENT and brick walks, base
ment floors, porch piers, steps. Call
Call John Doubek. TeL 3742.
LOCT AND FOCNP.
LOST Fox terrier dog, all white except
head, which is black and tan. Worn a
tan muzzle. Reward if returned to Mrs.
. Geo. Hurlburt. 617 Taylor st.
jLEGATj.
First published In The Topeka State
journal May 20. isoj.j
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. - Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The To
p,a. &. Northwestern Railroad company
w 1!' he held at the office of the company
in the Office block tn the city of Tooeka.
bltawnee county, - Kansas, on Tuesday,
the 13th day of June. 13u7. beginning at
10 o clock a. m
H A. 3CANPRKTT. Secretary.
JAMks HAVDiSN. Jeweler and Opu.
:ian- Complete stock of watches, dia
monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined
ano spectacles properly fitted
tK?-' machinists and paitera
- , ,. '"iJ1" -rounary. ais, ajo
322 Jackson st. Both phones 499.
Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 7i
sas ave. Phone 80S.
CAPirALcrTyvrrtti
Guiding, paving and aUdewalk brtclL
FATENTS.
A KUSi-N. tatent . uiorivv 4 -1 Wa "
sas a vu. Topeka. .
REARS' experience. Advice free. E. A.
.. . wiv-nur vi patents, ow ft., ave. .
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
R- O. KHOAUfc-H. J4. JL, Pilea 8peciaUt,
1;eniia- Ino. phone 4a. Hours!
10 to 12; 2 to 5; 7:30 to 8:30.
IDA C BARNES. M. D.
Office 726 Kansas eve. Residence Thir
teenth and Clay. Office hours: S a. tn. to
11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Both
phones 16 residence and Ind. 13U office.
DR. H. H. KEITH. ir?vnn .1 , .
5.7i Kansas eve.
the Woman Doctor. 31$
nansas city. Mo.
FREE DISPENSARY.
MONRO R KT lrw L- i a t, i-x-rC'
- -- - - - viabiioAni,
. , - . ow vuuuuieu v y regular
practicing physicians and surgeons. Med
ical service free. Medicine free in some
cases. Office hours 2 to 6 p. m Caila
snswered nisht or day. Ind. phone 3413.
.niaiB HOSPITAL COTTAGES far
the care and treatment of nervous in
valids, alcohol and drug habitues and
mild cases of mental derangement. W. a
Lindsay, M. D.. 829 K. A.. Topeka. K.n
FOR BALE Any one with $5,000 wishing
to buy an estiblished business paying 54
per cent on investment. (Owner has good
reason for selling.) Address Snap, Ijare
JournaL w
FLORISTS.
HOME Gi,uVN CL.TTLOVVLtsT'noral
uvcuiu iiiLcuuim given out-of-town
orders. James Hayes, iu7 W. 8th st.
J ,C" R?DMAJf' blooming plants, cut flow.
Eighth. TeL 37. Greenhouse 12th and Mon.
HUBBARD'S Cut flowers: bloomina
plants, ind. phone 42. 6 JO Kansas ave.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
MKthAAiS IHAAiKhHAKlllKAi.rf
CO., Dacks. shins nnri ni.a K.....&knt-
goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner, oi
Quincy st.
ATHERTON BROS.-Office 216 East Sth.
, " - . tfuwAAiQ Hiiu storage.
All kinds goods packed, stored and for
wsrded to any point In United States.
STALIJONS.
ARENA, :mi, champion Kansas trotter.
at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Beil
Phone 762. R. L Lee. 1
TO WHOM IT Sf AY CONCER!?.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap
plication for a permit to sell in toxical-
mg liquors, according to law, at 732 Kan
sas ave., in the ad ward of the city of
" wu uio in me orxice or me
probate judge of Shawnee countv U".
sas. The hearing of the same is set fox
Tuesday at 9 o'clock a. m., June 4, 1907.
mi. tt. ax jo.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap
plication for a permit to sell intoxicat
ing liquors, according tolaw, at 414 E. 4th
street, in the Second ward of the city of
iwptaa, xa now on nie in tne omce of the
probate judge, Shawnee county, Kansas.
The hearing of the same is set for Friday
at 10 o'clock a. m., June 14, 1907.
TXT T 1 li,r caw.
MONEY.
VI I I V .- V ,n 1 r, "I I i V . I . I
--" " --" -- " -- - - -v-. k, iiionw, per
sonal security, household goods, typewrit
ers. W. E. Segmne. 413 K. A. Both phones.
MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also
personal property. You can pay back
by the week or month. Topeka Invett-
r,r. a. Tjian Pn Tlnnmi 1A. 9 Vn. I. k. 1 1-
MONEY to loan on personal property,
payment $L2s week will pay oft loan
In 25 weeks. G. H- Flint halm, notary pub
lic, 906 E. 4th it. Either phone $77.
MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or
gans, typewriters, household goods and .
personal security. L. Biscoe. 633 Kan. ave.
NTJERTAKERSL
L. M. PEN WELL, funeral director and
embalmer. First class service, reason
able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 192.
G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's
temple. 621 Jackson st. Phones 146.
ABSTRACTS
WILLIAM HALL JENKINS.
Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa
pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan
of $2,500. Must be city property. 433 Kan
sas ave. Fhone 1577.
S
PLUMBING AND nXTINO.
DAN LEAHY, Plumbing, Heating
and
Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St. -
LOUIS LOCKOWITZ Plumbing, Heating
nd Gas Fitting. 219 vv. Sixth st. ind 1079.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING.
U. f. CYCLE CO., 118 S. Eighth. National
Iver-Jonnson bicycles, supplies, repairs.
VETERINARY SCRGEOyg.
DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY. veterinary
sure-eons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones.
' ' MACHINE SHOPS.
MOWERS ground, factory process. 76a.
Tel. 504. Harry a. nowara. iiu nan. ave.
"fT'LirrT
U Kaniutve. All welcome and inviteo.
Meaia or tihort orders.
TTTTT trnif avfo
DR. ACKLEY,
Junction bldg..

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