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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. 'AUGUST 24. 1900.
I1D1U PUIHA PHILIPPINE ISLANDS VIA
JftrAn-bnlnA Honolulu, pacific Man s. a
0. Occidental Oilentai 8. S. Co. and Oriental
F.g Co. from tan Francisco: Hong-Kong ilaru.
ugut 2?; China. September C, Doric, fceptem
Jur 13. For rates. freight or passage, apply to
1, E. Townslcy. act.. 431 Olive, or J. P. Aglar.
ngt.. S03 Olive.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Three Lines for ri" Cents.
Each AdJltlon.il Line live Cents Extra.
COOK-Sltuatlon wanted bv- first-cla-s cook:
re objection to eountry. 233o Biddic n.
-OOK Situation by first-Mass German cosk;
nln bv German girl as waitress or maid; best
city references Sbi'S MorganEt.
""OOK Widow cr, baclulor or party of gcntle
TOMi: Rood cook, neat: be-t references: four
stars in lit place. O 131,Republic
-DRE.--SMAKER-Flr--t-cIa.'-s dressmaker delres
fe. more ingagem. nts In families at 51.) ier
!ay; satisfaction and tlrst-dass references given.
13 Webster ave.
""lioCSEGIRL Situation by clrl to do general
licuseworl:. washing and Ironing In unall fnm
llj. 413S Gibson.
"IOESEOIRL Situation by competent German
girl for general houiwork. aIo by i.erm-in girl
.f IS as nur-i; refers nce.3bC) Morg.-ntt
"1 IOUSEWORK Situation by middle-aged wom
nn to do general house-work; fcood rlain cook.
LVENDRESS-Mlddle-aged white woman
svants i-ltuatl-m, is good laundress and a-in
svlth housework or sewing:. Please nddrei-s T
73. this office.
NURSE Good nurse Is open for an engage
ment: terms reao:iahle; J!r--t-class references.
Mrs. Mason. G12S Michigan axe.
PIANIST I.ndv. Jntural and educated mul
clan with experience, wishes nn inj-agemcnt ns
1'Iin'ln with an orrhetra for the coming theatri
cal season. Addret. L. 15 . 3PS Nokorois. Ill
WASHING WashlrK and inning to take home
cr go out by Cay. i&lC Piuc st.
Three Lines for Five Cents.
Each Additional I.me Five Cents Extra.
APPRENTICE 'WANTED Apprentice to learn
dressmaking; pay while learning. 731 S. Broad--irsy.
"aSY ladv out of employment can find eav
nnd proitlable work by calling on Carr, 21S
Benolst building Ninth and Fine.
"CHAMBERMAID 'WANTED A good experl
n;ed chambermaid for rooming-house. IClu Lo-
COOK, ETC. WANTED Girl to do cooking
onl general housework where another girl assists;
family ot four. 4233 Lindell ave.
CSDRD-ER WANTED-Experienccd corder for
St.indard cording n-achlne. Isaats S. Itubenstcln.
703 Lucas ave.
CHAMBERMAID "WAITED Girl ff.- cham-bei-raald:
very best wages. Call at onco. 292J
COMPOSITOR WANTED Lady compositor;
temporary work: state experience, speed, wages
jeciulred. etc G 123, Republic.
DISHWASHER WANTED Girl to wash dishes
Jn restaurant, come rnady for work. 3210 Olive.
IINING-ROOM GIRLS "WANTED Two expe
rienced dining-room girls. In small restaurant:
bteady work; good wages: at once. 2333 Olive ft.
GIRl-WANTED-Two-glrlB. Apply t""0 N.
GIHL WANTED Girt to work In restaurant.
Alply 1713 Market st.
GIRLS WANTED Girls for machine and hand
work on shop coats, 2633 GravoU.
C-IRLS WANTED Glrl9 to sew wagon oorers.
Apply to American Tent and Awning Co., 3H
GIRLS WANTED Tw enty girls to sew on pow
er machines; uteady work; nice, clean, cool place;
electric fans. 107 .. Ninth et-. room 7.
"GIRLS WANTED Experienced girls to do lac
quering and painting In Japanning department of
tin- are factor. A. Gelsel Mfg. Co., Second and
EOCSEGIJU, WANTED Girl for general
liousew one 4243 Delmar ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
hotsework. 3S3S Cattleman ae.
EOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl fcr general
hotsework. 22A Si. Louis ave.
KOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for dining-room
met housework. 4109 Mancheater ae.
ifljUSEGIRX. WANTED White girl for general
housework. t22 Pundleton.
HoUSEGlkL WANTED Girl about 15 to assist
with light housework. 2343 Chouteau.
liOVSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for general
housework: no washing. 4251 Page bojletard.
liOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
liot'scwcrk. Apply 4156 Glareland ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTEDGh-i for general
hoiiB.work; small family. 1935 Russell ave.
EOUSEGIRL WANTED A good woman or
gin, to do general housewcrk. 7S Cottage ave.
EOUSEGIRL WANTED-Girl to" do general
houework; no washing. Apply HB1 S. Second st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
hoisoMork: no washing. Apply at HC1 S. second
HOUSEOIRI. WAN1"ED Competent girt for
rmeral houseirark; small family. SiCl Wash
ington. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; German preferred. Apply Jls Wal-
ITOUSEGntL WANTED-Good girt to do gen
eral housework; good wages; bakery. Z343 Cnou
teau. EOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: three In family ; brine; reference. 423
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A German girl to do
general housework. Call at 2S16 N. Twenty
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good German girl for
general housework; small family; good wages
HOUSEOHHj WANTED Girl to do general
housework; German preferred. Apply S)C8 Bo
HOUSEGIRI. WANTED Good girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages to good girl. 2734
HOUSEGIRI. WANTED-Good girl for gneral
housework In small family; to good girl win Ely
Kood wage. 2S25 Dickson.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
houeowork: good wages. E0C2 Kensington, one
block from Suburban Railroad.
HOUSEGIHL WANTEDWhlte or colored girl
ror general housework; must be good cook: no
washing or Ironing; references. 2437 Russell
HOUSEKEEPER A nice, respectable woman
to keep house. Inquire between 5 and 7pm
Friday or Saturday at 4213 Racecourse ave.'. In
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged wom
an, for genera housework, family ot four: no
children. 4052 Russell.
IRONERS WANTED-Three body lrcnera for
Perfection Steam Laundry. 193 Cherokee st.
. KITCHEN GIRI. WANTED-Good "girl "for
Jcltcihcn. South Side Hotel. Broadway and Pes
talozzl. LADIES Vi'ANTED To do work at their
homes: pleasant and profitable. Call Japanese
rfWl. UUtUVI, Bl? JklTS Clw, 1WHL.
T.intpaMVP?c i.ji . . : .
MV-- .' w -uies 10 aavenise Daklnjr
powder: salary S and commission: Jlso car
-. -. eh..j nwti o.w uuio du, room CtVJ,
IiAnv WAArrr-'nc.n.. i .i.l..TrT
gai-ement; long eeason; experience not necessary
ntcrprise managed by a lady. Call 205 S. rour
..RJ0?3, WANTED-Lady agents to
;el! Doctor Schcnk's monthly regulator; never
5; no rubber or Internal medicine; handsome
" "-" - , .cuuii.
"M ATVT"T r"rr t-ax-.. .--.
: - ., Hn.wi.u r.xperiencea
ma-ker and assorter: steady work, good wanes
coolest laundry In city. D. L. Parrlsh Co., 3126
"nURSBGIRL WANTED-Nurseglrl. capable of
taking charge of Infant, only experienced p-rson
peel apply; bring references. 4522 Lindell ave.
'OPERATORS WANTED-Fltty female opera
tori on shirts, oalls and jumpers; good wages
steiidy work. At Premium Mfg. Co.. loos st!
OPERATORS WANTED First-class shirt op
erattrs: good pay and steady work: bridge tick
ets free to E. St Louis hands. Paul E. Wolff
Shirt Co.. aE-817 Washington ael
PASTE GIRLS WANTEDIn paper box fac
tyry. Call 203 Pine st.. second floor. Brown &
JEni;le. Steady work.
petticoat makers; no others need apply. Wil
llameon Corset and Brace Co.. 1512 Locust st.
SHIRT-WAIST MAKERS WANTEDExperi
enccd hands on shirt waists; also small irlrls
to sew on buttons. 617 N. Fourth st.
CinRTMAKERS WANTED-Shlrtmakers to
-oik In our workrooms: nicest, coolest, cleanest
woikrooms In city: electric fans and power ma
ctliies; stead)' work. New Era SMit Co., 3uu-7
STENOGRAPHERS Free practice-room and
rai.ioymcnt department. The Olher Tj-pewrlter
Co. Century bul'dlng.
WOMAN WANTED Woman to help In kitchen
and hake herself generally useful; steady work;
good wages. Call to-day. 2335 Olive.
"WAISTSIAKERS WANTED Experienced
waljtmakers: good pay; steady work; cool
place Isaacs & Rubensteln. 703 Lucas ave.
Furnished Without Charge
to cither employer or employed,
machines Rented, Repaired and Exchanged
FlEMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER
Wyckofl, eamans & Benedict
, JIO Ixcat Street.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Three Lines for Five Cents.
Each Additional Line Fle Cents Itra.
ACCOI'NTANT Books opened, examined, Kil
ances i.nd statements nindt, tlrms or corpora
tions. J. J. Fischer. 310 Temple bulljlns.
ADVERTISING m-inager of splendid edc
tlon will make connection with first-class nier
cantile house. Address Aderti!lng Manager, 503
N. Sixth st.
APPRENTICE Younir man of IS want to learn
goo.1 trade: Kiinent-tuttlnc; or printing preferred,
tf li. lUpub'.Ic. ,
BILL CI.iatK Man with cllt-eilffe rerere-ees
wants a polt'nn with a imnuf icturlnjr or jobbini;
leuso as bill or entry olotk or gener.il ofllce man
AdCnss A 1C7. Republic.
BOOKKEEPER. ETC Young nnn wants posi
tion as loot.ke( per and stenographer. W. II. B.
2S10 Missouri ae.
CLERK Young man of 21 desires position In
gents" furnishing goods or shoe store; s! ear"
experience; best of reference-. II nn, UrpuMle
COLLECTOR Po-ltlon as colleoto-; hae httl
two ears of experience; can gie btst of n ftr
ences. K Zl. Republic.
GAUDENEU Situation as gardener: lir-t-cl.i's
In all branches; single man; from the EaM. D
HORSEMAN, ETC. Ynur.g German. ilrst-cla.
want" linn man, watchman or an liomyt work.
L 7.'. Republic
MEAT CrTTER-SItuatlon wanted bv first
class meat cutter and shop nun. with refer
ences. 1). S. Malone. IIunt!lp. Mo
SALESMAN 11301 n salesmnn In cigar tore:
lnd ors or out or both; large experience and .ic
quaii.tance: can lntluence trade. .1 M. Republic
WALL piper to clean, eight ears experience
In this work exclusively; send postal! will call
J. Neal. 222 Marlon st.
Three Lines for Five Centf"
Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber. 1W1A Pine
BARBER WANTEI'-Good, steady, honest
man. Call at 2259 K Ji-fferson ae
BARTENDER WANTED A pood man. married
pn ftrred, to attend lur. W 151, Republic.
"ItAKllR WANTED A IlTstTclass" bread and
cake baker: glw reference and terras; quick. A.
Will Faerber. Edlna. Mo.
BOOK SALESMEN WANTED-Sale.men of
ability: new plan. i3Iob 1'ub. Co . Room 7U',
Mtrmod a: Jaccard building.
BOY WANTED To work in bakery. 1S15 Mo
nard. BOY WANTED An experienced boy or young
man to w .jrk around restaurant 1723 Market &:.
BOY WANTED A boy to stay In plumbing
6hop. Call nt 252 Lafajette.
BOYS WANTED That understand soldering
tinware and can-. Apply to A. Gelsel Mfg. Co.,
Second ar.d Clark u e.
BOYS WANTED Experienced running mirhln
ery in tinware factory. Apply to A. Geisel Mfg.
Co., Second and Clark ave.
BOYS WANTED By a St. Louis machinery
manufacturing concern, two or three bovs of
ability, well educated: Manual Training Schiul
graduates preferred, to learn business prepara
tory to advancement. II 41, Republic.
"BUTCHER WANTED Young butcher. Inquire
Nectho and Michigan.
COOK WANTED Young short order cook.
1713 Market st.
COOK WANTED Experienced cook In small
restaurant. Call ut once; best of wage". 2335
COLORED LABORERS AND TRACKLAYERS
WANTED For Indlin Territory: l-lRhst wages;
fare advanced. Koenlg's Labor Agency, 612 Wal
CIGARMAKER WANTED Cigarmaker ot 3 S.
Tw er.ty-tirst st.
CASHIER WANTED Neat appearance, with
good reference, for cashier's position; state sal
ary expected. P 117. Republic.
CARPENTERS ANlTcAR BUILDERS WANT
ED American Car and Foundry Co.. Madison,
CARPENTERS. ETC.. WANTED-Carpente.-s
and blacksmiths and helpers-; laborers. 2500 De
CARPENTERS WANTED-Carpenters and
chlppers. Southeast comer Tuentj -first and
CHEMIST WANTED who has had experience
In manufacturing- chemicals-. Address B Heller
& Co.. 243 S. Jefferson st.. Chicago.
CLERKS want"d who can use easy, stylist)
shoes for $2.95. Harris. EM Pine st.
CLERKS. ETC . WANTED-Grocerv clerk" ho
tel clerks, newsagent, bartender, oltlc" man. Na
tional Employ ment Co., 113 N. Sixth st,
ENERGETIC salesmen: school supplies; coun
try work: $ino Ealary and extras. R. O. Evani
& Co.. Chicago, 111.
ENGINEER WANTEDEnrtiefainTliar with
Corilss engire. to help out for lew days, wages
13 per dayjise. Republic.
r-ARM HANDS. ETC.." WANTED-Men. private
places: farm hand-, gardener-; hlghst wages,.
National Employment Co., 113 N. Slstli st.
FARM HANDS. ETC . WANTED rarm hands,
gardeners, milkers, highest wage; eteidv wo-k.
coVred cabin boy for Government bot; work
guaranteed. KocnIg"s Labor Agercy, CI! AVal
ICE WAGON HELP WANTED-Help on lee
agon. 350 N. Ninth.
IVBORERS WANTED-I.nborers. Apply Amer
ican Car and Foundry Co., Madison. III.
LABORERS WANTED Stonemason laborers
at 520 Washington; also Taylor and Easton.
LABORERS WANTED Packlng-houso labor
ers, $3 week start; steady. National Employment
Co. 113 N. Sixth st.
LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS WANTED
For Iowa: $1.75 day: work till Christmas; tree
pas3 dally. Koenlg'e Labor Agency, U2 Wal
LABORERS WANTED-EC0 laborers, plcl and
shovel, and concrete mixers, nn railroad track In
St. Louis. Apply on work, Broadway, north of
rranklin ave. and south of Elm st. Fruln-Bam-brlck
MARBLE WORKER WANTED An all-round
marble workman and granlto letterer at once.
W. Ed Hill. Benton, 111.
MAN WANTED One good man for outside
wortu will pay- $3. W 117. Republic.
MAN WANTED Young man between 12 nnd
IS; bring reference. Missouri Mutuscope Co , 1011
-ii.i.-i fl.iii(L--nj ii.ittri; joy momn anu ex
penses: small cash deposit required. Call Japan
ese Art School. S19 Olive St.
IT. V HT1VT1.H T ....... - .. I
MAN WANTED Young man willing to make
himself generally useful around paint shop,
steadywork. C. A. Sherman, 223 Shenandoah st.
MAN WANTED-Mnn to call on grocers. 7a
lo..r.s, butchers and hotels; salary $50 month
and commission; steady work. 510 olive st.,
MANAGER WANTED-Mnn to manage branch
office out of city; salary $50, expenses and com
mission: small deposit requlrod. 103 N. Ninth st.
MEN WANTED For brickyard and mlr.o.
Room 501, northeast corner Ninth and Pino sis.
MEN WANTED Few good, honest men who
aro willing to work sir hours a day; gooy pay.
Call H22 Olive st,
MEN WANTED Two neat-appearing men;
salary $5 first week. Call before H::0 a. m., 1C0J
MLN WANTED Brickyard men; Colorado; free
transportation: $2 day. National Employment Co.,
113 N. Sixth st.
MEN WANTED Two men to move household
roods on furniture wagon; must understand how
to load. 1303 Sidney st.
MEN WANTED 100 rockmen and laborers to
work on new- railroad; Union. Mo.: free pass.
Apply J. Dlgnan. 1200 N. Third st.
MEN wanted by the United States on lock
and dam construction; long Job: no contractors.
Apply on work to Win. Parkin, U. S. Asst. Engi
neer, Batesvllle, Arkansas.
MOLDERS WANTED Fire-brick molders: Col
orado; $2.25; free pass. Natlftnal Employment Co..
113 N. Sixth st.
Apply 2500 De Kalb st.
NEWSPAPERMEN WANTED-Good men In
f:ood towns to start newspapers; we furnish cap
tal. Southern Publishing Co.. Memphis. Tean.
PIANIST WANTED To play piano" In saloon".
Address Grant Hcatherllng, Centralla, III.
PRESS FEEDER WANTED Apply Ihla morn-,
lrg.llU N. Btoadnay. '
Southeast corner Twenty-llrst and I'apln.
PAVERS WANTED---FH typav era" for granite
street work. Apply on work. Broadway. St.
Louis. Mo. Fruln-Bambrick Cons. Co.
QUARRYMEN AND LABORERS WANTED
Free pass; ship to-day; no office fee. Apply to
Burke. Levee and Washington ave.
SALESMEN WANTED Men to sell coffee and
tea and work up new route In city. 1111 Frank
SALESMEN WANTED 5f en to sell cigars;
city or country: salary and commission; fine lino
of goods. 103 N. Ninth St., second fioor
SALESMEN WANTED-SalcsmenTpeddlcrs nnd
solicitors, with or without vehicles; good busi
ness; Investigate. Unlun Soap Mfg. Co., 133)
SALESMEN WANTED-High-class salesmen
In every town In the United states of over 0,0i-0
to sell the EUREKA COPVHoi.uHil', Next to
the typewriter THE EUREKA Is the most use
ful article ever Invented for ottlce use; good com
mission; apply by letter only. Missouri Mfg.
Co.. St. Louis.
STOGIEaiAKERS WANTED Hand stoclc-makeri-.
Call at once. S03 N. Fourth st.
TEAMSTERS AND LABORERS WANTED
For railroad work In Iowa: $1.75 dav; work till
Christmas: free pass. Koenlg's Labor Agency,
612 Walnut St.
TEAMS WANTED Twentv-flve teams to haul
sard; $3.50 per day; foot of Plum St., Inquire at
lending. J. Murphy. Long job.
TEAMS, ETC. WANTED One hundred teams
to work on the grade of the St. Louis, More
house and Southern Railroad; also 50 station
men and loo Uemakers: also subcontractors to
take part of the work. Write or apply to Larsen
& Forrester, contractors, Morehouse, Mo,
HELP WANTED MALE.
Three Lines for Five Cents.
Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra.
WANTED Eierjwhcro-Hustlcrs to tack signs,
distribute circulars, triples, itc: m canvassing;
good nay. Sun Advertising Bureau. Chicago.
WANTED Two good carriage blacksmith:
good wages' and steady einplovintnt olferrd 'or
respond direct to the Lilly Carriage Company,
WANTED Salesman by n loading Louisville.
Kv. whisk v house for Missouri and Oklahoma, to
sell the siicx.n nnd drug trade; only those hav
ing an est lbllshed tind n-eil applv ; good sal
ary to proper part; reference reijulied. M 13.',
WOODWORKER WANTifp One fir"t-elnss
woodworker for carriage and buggy work. F.
Ilarieka. M3 Cass ae
WOOD TFllNER WANTED Experienced wood
turnei in a sash and door factorj. Apply at
1502 Market st.
YOUNG MAN WANTED Younvr man to run
rittlnir saw. Hell-r & Hoffman Clialr Co., 713
lur.NT. MAN WANTED To alst In plillne:
experb nc.i niiiirr. s":irv : Jl" week to btart: 5-
cas r niiirrd w 100. Republic.
AGENTS Male cr female. In cverv town; will
double jour licome. in. II. FaiTand, It, Gal
VI Moil, fix.
AGENTS W.CnTED To hindle campaign but
tons; sent! for catalogue, s.anide, dozen, 10c. St.
Louis Button Co., i-t. .niK Mo.
AGENTS- v'e have got the finest nione
n .ilifrx on tli.- ln-irket: write foragui'v; iucluso
ht-mp Anitriian ""Upplv Co.. St. Umls
AGENTS WANTED l,uest eat-ipilgn bultuns.
In colors, samples, liic, l-lneh btre, TOo il07n.
The Ccnturj Novelty Co.. Bos ".'55, bt Iillls, .Mo.
AGENT.-? WANTED Agents In city; best
terms, quickest returns; no (xperunce tequired.
Call St.ir Portrait Co.. 1WI Morgan st.
AGENTS WANTED Stieet men, fakers, Bryan
photos Jl per 1. SS p-r 1.000, simples Uc In
stamps. Carter Book Co , 311 b. itro.idiv ly.
AGENT.? -We pav $J0 a week and xponsss to
men or women with rics to Introduce our poul
try romedv lcel"lor Mfg Co., Parsons, Kas.
AGENTS WANTED -Ag nts. sireumen. snng
books SI per lt: latest hits, hot sellers; samples
freje. Carttr Ik-ok Co., 311 S. llroaduny, St. Louis.
AGENTS WANTED Campaign club badges
nr.d buttons, special designs nride to onltr; snd
for samplis. H.isKell, Muf'r, t l'ine, s-t. luls.
AGENTS WANTED Arents make $10 per dav
si lliui; our noveliv niaclnnLs. on application vmII
send prices. Thts. 11. l'ooto Co., Loa Angeles,
AGENTS WANTED Campaign buttons, any
candidate, Jl pel 100; samples live pink stamps.
Carter Book & News Co.. 311 S. Broadway. St.
AGENTS WANTED Agent" to handle our Jew
elry and imitation dMmoi.il. time jayments, big
i.nmev , Inclote stamp for terms. American Supply-Co
. fct. I.iouK
AGENTS WANTED Sajers" Claim File sells
evenwheie; almost every merchant buvs; retails
lor f5; $2.50 proll': J10 dallv Sajcrs A; Co.. D.
22. 415 Olive st . St. I.OU15. Mo.
AGENT.-? WANTED Worderful Improvement
In portnble 100-candlc-power gas l.tmps; no alco
hol heating, lights, with match; low prices.
Planet Manufacturers. 202 Pine.
AGENTS to sell our rubber collirs. cuffs, neck
ties and sluri fronts, perfict Imitation of linen:
sells at sight, s, nd 2"c for sample toilnr or neck
tie. Thread City Collar Co.. 513 Bcnolst biiildlnff.
AGENTS on salarj' or commission: the grentest
agents' rii'er ever produced, every user of pen
and Ink buvs It c.n slcht; 200 to 50) per cent prof
it; one agent's sales amounted to TG-M In six
das: another 32 In two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co.,
-V 43. li Crosse, Wis.
AGENTS Wanted Wonder If somo agents
won't read this ad. and sav It's no good, then
answer an ther that contains a bigger promise.
That's wrong, doll in, on piper and dollars that
rattle nre different Agents carry our articles
jiqht In their pockits, sell at almost every house,
get the cash and pav no license. Particulars will
convince you. uiiuve i.ros., iveoKuu. iiu
-. intelligent lnuusvrious genili-nian or lauy
v anted to tiavl In Missouri and Kansas to atl-xertl--e
"Stoodard's Lectures"; $:o i er month ard
expanses, references required. Geo. 1 Shumnn &
Co., 315 Deaiborn St.. (.hlcago
ANOTHER new patent. $2". per dav guaran
teed you- free outfit to stirt right to work. Bra
lam Mfg. Co. B 2i6'. Chvir.natl. O.
CAMPAIGN supplies; photo buttons; apt In
scriptions; lWn., 30c dozen; catalogue free. Na
tional Button Co., 5152 Horton place, St Louis.
CAMPAIGN caps, lettered MeKlnlcv-Roosevolt
or Brian-Stever-on, $1. J2 Kj'I and Uw per
doz; rapid sellers. Chapman's Business Bureau,
CHAPMAN'S Business Bureau. St IMils, is
1 1 vdquntters for all kinds of agents' supplies
and novelties; samples of campaign novelties 11m;
GRANDEST gift ever offered to eaeh customer;
agents reaping harvest with our new photo tlck;t;
pay every night. Murlllo. 1314 Olive st.
MAGNETIC HEALING COMPLETE Wonder
ful liook; lightning method, any one can learn;
jcurnal free. Address National School, Carroll
NEW tlrkit; new prlzs; best moneymaker on
nrth; everything free: pay every night. Murlllo,
1311 Olive st.
"rilOTO "AGENTS WANTED Silan : latest
nnd best give-awav prize tickets; big monev;$2j
a. week. Bishop Studio. 1503 Washington ave.
"STREETMEN." Fakers Gold teeth; fastest
selling novelty out. samples five 2c stamps. Car
ter Book Co . 311 S. Broadway, -St. Louis.
STRE ET Jl EN We have money-getters for
fairs, blowouts, picnics, sample five pink stamps.
Carter Book Co.. 311 S. Broad.vay, St. Louts.
WANTED Agent In every- county In Missouri
for best accident and sick benefit policv writ
ten. II. J. Chatterton. Supt. of Agts., Sedalla,
WE pav $1S n week nnd expenses to m-n with
rigs to lntroduc oif Poultry Compound. Send
stamp. Juve-llo Mfg. Co.. Dept. 2. Tarsons, Kan.
$2C0 per month nnd expenses introducing our
good?: f-nmpln ahsol'itelv fre.-. Odorbss Dlsln
fectant Co . B 335. Clrelnr.atl. O.
525 weeklv guaranteed, m ido bv agent?; new
patented; all rectal nv-del hrend and pastry
b -rd, samile free. M. G. Forshee, Clticln-
$1,500 .n.ide during campaign season selling
campaign ties. Greatest sellers ever l.n'roducd.
Terrltorv going. Writi- imn'odl.-ia'y Full lino
white nud fnnrv rubber collars Inclcse ptamp.
M. &. M. Mfg. Co . Dept. C Sprlnglleld. Mass.
ALL thoso desiring help or seeking situations
miy itglster with the Free Employment Bureau
of the State Labor Bureau of htatlstles. S33 Cen
tuty building. Situations and he!j furnished
free of charge. Tel. Klnloch B 17Si.
COLORED laborers for nilway ronttrucUon
work In the Indian Territory-, wages $1.70 to
Jl.CS per day: bo ml $2.50 and $1 per week, rail
road fare advanced. State Free Employment
Bureau. 625 Century building.
CARRIAGE WASHER WANTEDAn cxpcrl
enced carriage washer. Statu Free Employment
Bureau. 133 Century building.
CHA.S1BERMAID-WANTED First-class cham
bermald for high-class boirdliig-hoi.se. State
Free Employment Bureau. 825 Century building.
"COAL MINERS WANTED-Evperlenced roal
miners for Illinois coal li Ids. State Free Em
ployment Bureau. S33 Century building.
COOK WANTED Malo cook for boarding
house; $0 Stato Freo Employment Bureau, ET.3
COOK WANTED A female rook for boarding
house; $;o per month State Free Employment
Bureau. 35 Century bldg.
COOK WANTED A male coolTTor hotel; out
of city; $S per v.eek. State Freo Employment
Bureau, S35 Century bldg.
COOKWANTED Woman for boarding-house
to cook and hi lp in dining-room. State Freo Em
ployment Bureau, "S35 Century building.
GIRI. WANTED i.irl to do house and dinlmr
room work. State Freo Employment Bureau, S33
HARNESS CLEANER-" WANTED Harness
cleaner: must be experienced. State Free Em
ployment Bureau. S35 Century bull ling.
HOSTLER WANTED White hostler: must be
experienced. Stato Free Employment Bureau, S35
HOUSEi.IRL WANTED Young girl to assist
with housework and nursing: J12. State Free Em
ployment Bureau. 123 Century building.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A woman to go
to Florence, Ala., as housekeeper. State Free
Employ ment Bureau, S35 C-ntury bldg.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED-Middle-agcd wom
an to do general housework. State Freo Em
ployment Bureau, S33 Century building.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged Swede
woman for general housework, to gj to country
town. State Free Employment Bureau. S33 Cen
KITCHEN GIRL WANTED-Girl to do kitchen
work in restaurant. State Free Emrloyment Bu
reau. i35 Century building.
LBORERs" WANTEDBrlcky ard Liborers
lmmcdlati-lv. State Free Employment Bureau, t33
NURSE WANTED-Girl as nun e for child.
State Free Employment Bureau. 833 Century
ONE first-class laundress who Is capable of
taking charge of liundry for institution to go
tn tho country-. State Free Employment Bureau,
63u Century building.
THREE waItrcs.sesfor Institution In Central
Missouri town. State Free Employment Bureau,
S35 Century building.
ATTEND Professor De Honey's) select recep
tions every Tuesday evening. Ladles, 10c; gents,
"C. Positively finest fioor; best music Academy.
Eighteenth and Olive su.
OPENING Hashagen's Dancing Academy, 3300
Easton ave., Wednesday, August 22; classes opea
for beginners: reception every Tuesday, Thurs
day, Saturday and Sunday.
WALTZ and two-step taught in private lessons,
$3 full term; In classes. Z. Professor De Honey
"Wcm -iKa.eenin ana unve. aiwu'i
Willie: "Tho pnrer pays ono slioultl keep
the head cool. I'll Ret tho scissors."
"It 5-ay.e. too, that Iipht, pleas-ant occupa
tion is bafe.st. I feel all right."
Little Aiif-elina: "Cut Willie says ono
should not get angry in hot weather."
I'ARTNER WANTED With 1300: J73 month
guarantied, well-established, legitimate business.
Call E. M. Edwards. S19 Olive st., room 2.
PARTNER WANTED For shoe repairing. Ad
dre -1122 North Market.
WANTED Partner with $300 or $100 to take half
Interest In goenl paying downtown saloon and
WA NTED Partner with $3,000 to $10,000 In
safest, best paying manufacturing business; It
will pay to Investigate. C 10.', Republic.
YOUNG lady wnnte partner with $50 to $75;
nice, legitimate and profitable business. J 103,
HOUSES, IIOOMS, ETC., AVAXTED.
THREE unfurnished rooms with occupant
owners, by middle-aged couple, west of Garrison
ave.; reasonable terms. O 217, Republic.
SOME good proposltlor.-i from reliable business
Rims; if you aic l,oi: g into nusmess-, now Is yuur
chance. Particular.--, jaii Olive st.
CASH fcr uncanceled postal cards, coins, post
age stamps; premium coin list, 0;. St. Loul3
Stamp and Coin Comrany, 203 N. Eighth et.
TAKE your straw hati to Martin to clean. 15c.
COS Washington ave-., opiKi-dto Lindell Hotel; ho
will not turn them yellow or spoil shape; ladles'
sailors a specialty; cleaned while you wait.
TO buy a set of line drawing Instruments,
chi-ap; only first-clis-j Instruments wanted. E.
Melbeck, 714 N. E'ghth st.
AP n ....tH.n irwilf nltnl- nnrli.l-1 -I... -. .,
.a it (S4S..1IS';, ..IB-"..!.- -.f..e,t yiauu. xan i
G. Dunker I'lano Co., Fourteenth and North Mar
"HEAR the soul of a Krakauer sing"; to hear
It la tu buy it. Sold only by Daniel G. Dunker
I'lano Company Fourteenth and North Market.
RENT pianos, $1. $2, $3. $1 per month; fine as
sortment: rent allowed If purchased. F. O. Smith
mfr., 1012 Olive St.: A. E. Whltaker, mgr.
$35 buys fine piano; cost $375; stool and cover.
1414 N. sixteenth Bt.
of slightly used ai.d second-hand
Pianos and organs.
$;5. $.3. $:o, $100.
$15, $20. $35. $50.
Pianos for rent at lowest prices.
Teimsi to suit all buyers.
ET'Call and hear tho "Angclus" play the plana.
THE EbTEY CO.,
915 Olive t.
AT St. Louis Commercial College, Grand and
rranklin Commercial, shorthand. English, by ex
perts; for young men and ladles. P. Rimer, pres.
BORGEirSpanislTschoal, Suite 3t3-H-15 Union
Trust Building Classes formed at any time;
send for circular; translations solicited.
HAID'S Business Academy for young ladles
and gentlemen. 303? Thomas) St.: new. elegant
apartments: shorthand, typewriting, bookkeep
ing, penmanship, arlthmetle.grammar
MISSOURI" College "of Law. Century building.
Call or send lor catalogue. Wm. J. Hopkins,
President. Day and night school.
PRIVATE lessons given In shorthand, book
keeping, typewriting, penmanship, etc; month,
day, night, $5. Hartsock & Jones, 2S0O Ollie
SHORTHAND typewriting exclusively; com
plete course until Sept 1. $.: afterwards tuition
advanced; tako benefit of old rate. Barnes, 2643
STUTTERING and stammering- positively cured
bu Doctors Randolph and McCollough. 3010 Eas
ton avu the famous voice trainers of the world.
ill tmmHi limb
i i of i m 1 1 i i i vn i m
fit! S 1114
Vy nv rsiXG Jl
XkK V.:T AIJS. sr
ROOMS R)R RENT.
Three Lines for Five Cents.
Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra.
ALL desiring nice, comfortable rooms. 23c a
day; $1.6 a week up White Hiuse. southwest
corner Ninth and Pine, strictly Ilrst-cla33.
ACCEPTABLE to the Publlc-75 elegantly fur
nlshed rooms at A.o a ,iay. $l.;o a week and up.
The Grace. 414 Market st.
BROADWAY, I3.T1 s. Small room, ground
floor front; reasonable rent.
BROADWAY. 311 SKoom and kltch-n for
housekeeping; also cool lull room for gent.
BROADWAY. 105 and 107 N.-At the "Rest.
20 rooms. 2.ic; 10 rooms. 23c; 10 rooms, 60c per da
BROADWAY. 403 S.-N. wly anil neatly- fur
n Bhed rooms; all modern conveniences; for gen
CASS Ave., 2SI3-NIcely furnished large cool
room complete for houieke-plng; tine location; en
street car line; all conveniences; reasonable.
CORA Axe, 1900 Two fine-rooms "suitable for
ll,hf llfMUAlrunnl .. M . ... I. 1 1.
.-,.. -'uBi-nve-t'iiiK, lurnisnej or uniutowoeu
buth. gas; private family, nice neighborhood.
COOK Ave., 3S2-Neatlv- furnished scconil-
luiy muwiem exposed room: all conveniences;
private family: han-ly to ears; niodeiate.
DAYTON. 2725 Four unfurnished cool rooms or
"in nirnisii lor gentlemen or housekeeping;
everything complete; southern exposure; desirable
t-r t-. ..,... ... -.. -- . I . .
i.e.i. I..S1M ri.. m ?.. Elegantly rurni"n--ii
front room; southern exposure: cool: convenient
downtown; nice bath: rent itasonable.
EASTON Ave., 3130 Tno large, cool unfur
nished rooms, northern and southern exposure;
water anu natn; very desirable; reasonable price,
r!ASTnV A.J. 1IDC tl-nn.l.. .. I.I...1 1-ircn
seennd-story front and connecting rooms: re
fined private family, ran accommodate tran
sients: southern exposure.
ERICSSON. 2C0S L-vust-Apartments for gen
tlemen; has library, gymnasium, bicycle, stable,
hot and cold baths.
ELEVENTH St., 1110 S Two nleelv furnished
front rooms with water at door, $7 per month;
housekeeping: all conveniences.
FIFTEENTH St.. S03 N. Furnished front room
for lious.UepIng or for two gentlemen.
FRANKLIN. M26A Two 1-irge cool ronn"ctlnc
rooms, private family, furnished complete for
housekeeping, fine location; southern exposare;
all conveniences; reasonable.
TINNEY Ave-.. 3'2S NIcelv furnished rooms.
2I floor: houso s-.reened throughout; modern con
.ir.lcnccs: visitors accommodated: strictly prl
FOURTH St., 70S-710 S. Ten rooms, newly pa
peted, painted: clean, first-class condition: water
paid; v. lth or without furniture.
FRANKLIN Axe., 2e31-Nicely furnished. 1-irge,
cool second-story front and other rooms; suitable
for gentlemen, or will rent for housekeeping;
FAIRFAX Ave.. 4133 Neatly furnished rooms
for one or two gentlemen; 73c a week.
GAMBLE St.. 2e03 Will guarantee good home
for somo one's child or children and give them
mother's care. Mr.-. Henrietta Hansen.
GAMBLE St., 2S1(- One or two Inrge, cool
rooms, furnished complete, for g-nts or house
keeping; private family; dt-slralie location; no
GARRISON Ave.. -22 N. Nicely furnished
large second-story, cool front room; tour screened
windows; gas, hot and cold bath; housekeeping;
GARRISON Ave., 21S S.-Neatlv furnished
secend-storv room, suitable for gent or lady:
bath and all conveniences: only $5 per month.
GARRISON Ave.. C22 N. Newly furnished
front and other rooms; all conveniences; nice,
eiutet place; visitors to city accommodated: mod
.lEFrERSON Ave., 203 S. One- or two rooms
ar.d bath; furnished or unlurnished; convenient
to all car llres.
" KENSINGTON Ave.. 5032 A nicely furnished
front room, with alcDve, second story: all con
veniences; private family; tine location; terms
KING'S Highway. 2517 S.. Opposite Tower
Grove Park Ono elegant suite of two rooms,
complete for housekeeping; gas, bath, etc.: ref
eietcc. LACLEDE Ave.. 3313 Two nicely furnished
rooms, complete for housekeeping; all conven
iences, " LEFFi-NGWELL Ave.. 112.3 X. Nicely fur
nished front rooms and kitchen; housekeeping;
second lloor; bath.
LOCUST St.. 2S3S Elegant rooms: modern con
veniences; neighborhood unexcelled: two car
LOCUST St.. 1105-EIegnntly furnished front
nr.d back parlors; for g.nts or linht housekeep
ing: also hall room; modern convs.; reas.
LOCUST St., 3)16-Nlcely furnished front and
other rooms: first-class service; all modern con
veniences; very reasonable to permanent parties.
LUCAS, 2736 Nicely furnished rooms; all mod
ern conveniences; reasonable.
MORGAN St.. 2124-ln our own cozy nome.
West End. comfortably furnished rooms, with
home comforts; references exchanged. Blamce,
413 Locust Bt.
""MORRISON Ave, 1(131 Room suitable for one
cr two gents; also suitable lor housekeeping.
OLIVE St.. 2730 Nicely furnished, comfortable
OLIVE St.. 2317 Large front room; cool; south
ern cxposuie: alo Hat with three rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished.
OLIVE St.. 132-. Opposite Exposition Desirable,
newly furnished tront and back rooms; also hall
room; bath. i-a, filter; reasonable.
PAGE Ave., 4:C' Elegcntly furnished room:
single or en suite; eool and comfortable; de
tached house; for light housekeeping; low rent.
I'APIN St.. 1J3J. Cor. of Seventeenth Nicely
furnished bedroom and kitchen, first lloor; house
keeping; $2 per week.
PINE St.. 2920 .sice, large front room, with
privilege of kitchen, for llgnt housekeeping; rea
Bcrcble to nice couple.
PINE St.. 3401 Wanted gentlemen or couple
w.Uing to pay fair trice for most hanJromely
futt 'shed rooms; first-class rervlee. Call and see.
SIXTH M . 310 S. Boo.ns furnished cmplete
for housekeeping, also rooms for ladles or gets.
SARAH St.. S. H. Cor. Sarah and Finney
Nicely furnished re-oms for gentlemen; conven
ient to cars; terms reasonable.
SARAH St.. 303 N. Nicely furnlrhcd s"cnr.d
ftory front rooms; southern nnd western expjs
ure, batn; modern conveniences; reasonable.
SARAH St.. C19 N. Two elegantly furnished
rooms; lor gentlemen or light housekeeping;
handy to cars; modern conveniences; moderate.
SPRING Ave.. 4 N., Corner Laclede Cod. clean
front room; southern and western exposure: bath;
private family: $2 per weak; breakfast If desired.
TAYLOR Avci". 1S27 N. Neatly furnished room;
ras, bath; second floor: private family; vcy rea
sonable. Taylor and Spalding cars pass uuor.
-PTJ-smr C 111": R VIotv nrnlshfl .-vims
bath and all conveniences.
THERESA Axe., 521 N. First-class furnished
secend-story front room; suitable. If desired, for
two gentlemen. '
THOMAS St., 2S43 Thre. two or five furnished
or unfurnished rooms; corner house; southern ex
posure; with water and bath; reasonable.
TWELFTH St.. 1S61 S. Two rooms, kitchen and
bathroom, third floor; $6.50 per month.
-VANDEVENTERAve7,-71sA N.,Near Dclm-ir
Nicely furnished room; all conveniences; rea
sonable. WASIIINGTON Axe.. 2837 Double parlors:
southern exposure; other rooms; go-jd bath.
Ave., 1603 Newly furnished
exposure; all conveniences;
WASHINGTON Axe., 1303-Newlv- furnished
rooms for gentlemen onlv: 73c to $2.50 per week;
bath: lunchroom: all conveniences.
WASHINGTON Ave. Nicely furnished, large,
ccol room: all conveniences: block west of Jef
ferson; rent low. Address T 211. Republic.
WASHINGTON Ave., 1703-Nicely furnished
rooms: all conveniences: southern exposure; vis
itors to city accommodated; terms very reas.
WASHINGTONAve.'" 2C07U Desirable, well
furnlshed second-story front room; bath; south
ern exposure: suitable for gents, couple or light
WASHINGTON Ave. 3303 Remarkably cool
second-floor room, adjoining bath, completo for
housekeeping; gas stove, gas; lino location; very
WESTWhItt!er St.. 2027 (Bet. Finney and
West Belle) Elegantly furnlhcd room: private
family; mod. conveniences; couple or gentlemen.
"WES-TCHESTNUT St.. 283S NIcelarge"second
Rtory front room with good board: gentlemen or
couples; also milliners accommodated; strictly
WEST CHESTNUT St.. S007 Nicely furnished
double parlors, single or en suite; also nicely fur
nished second-story front; southern exposure;
WEST CHESTNUT St., 3011 Two rooms and
small kitchen, unfurnished; water paid; southern
cxposuie; newly papered; rent $9; nice for small
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
ARISTOCRATIC boarding; river bluffs, always
breezy and cool; lovely home, front room, exten
sive grounds; entrance to front orchard. 4708 S.
"CHESTNUT St., 2923 $4 week. large second
story front room, furnished; excellent board;
hot bath, gas; private family, own homc
CHOUTEAU Ave., 1437 Nicely furnished ad
joining rooms on second floor; with or without
board; all conveniences; ulso room for house
keeping. DELMAR Boulevard, 4243 Southern, front and
back; superior board; home comforts.
DELMAR Ave.. 4000 Nicely7urnlshed second
story room: bath: gas: all conveniences; nice
location; good board; rates reasonable.
"DELMAR Ave., 4360 Two elegantly furnished
rooms; good board; couples or gentlemen: shady
lawn: small private family: reasonable.
DICKSON St.. 2432 Nlce-y furnished. large, cool
rooms In corner house, with board: private fam
ily; quiet location: all conveniences: reasonable.
EASTON Ave., 3C5x Nicely" furnished rooms,
with or without board, for two gentlemen or
cot pie; all conveniences: $5 per week
FINNEY Ave., 3654 Nicely furnished rooms:
south and east exposure; with good board; rea
sonable. FOURTH St.. 122 N., East St. Louis, 111.
Nlcib furnished room, with or without boar.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Three Line for Five Cent.
Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra.
nOOMS WITH HOARD.
GRAND Axe.. 911 N.. The MacPherson Elegant
apartments; modern conveniences; telephone,
smcker. parlors choice cuisine; considering ac
commodations, lowest rates In city. location un
surpassed; six car lines; day board special rate.
LINDELL Boulevard. 3910 Large elegant, cool
rocm; southern exposure; suitable for gentle
men; with first-class board; In modern house;
"louTsiaNA Ave., 1900-Large room, with al
cove, fronting on Reservoir Park; all modern con
veniences; hoard If desired. Fourth st. cable
LOCUST St.. 1S04 Desirable room smle cr
double: excellent board and service; electric fanB
In dining-room; centrally located
I.OCt'ST St.. 2113ElegantIy furnished front
nnd other rooms: ttrst-cla,ss board, all conveni
ences: visitors to city aecommodaled.
LOCUST St.. 210 Very nicely furnished second
nnd third story front rooms; first-class table and
hcrvke; all ion-.enler.ces. Moderate terms.
LOCUST St.. 2221 Hmdsomely furnished front
ami other rooms; southern exposure, Iirst-ctasa
table; visitors to citv accommodated, reas.
LOCUST St. s-i-,T-vrvvlv furnished front and
other rooms; ixcillent boird; large ltwn: all
conveniences; visitors to elty accommodated.
IXK.TST St 2925 Desirable, well-furnished
front rooms; first-class table and service, all con.
xeniences, location unexeelled; reasonable term.
IKUST St.. 304 Deslrat le well-furnished
rooms; first-class table; day boarders accom
modated; all conveniences; very reasonable
"LOCUST St.. 13C0 and lC03E'eg-mtly rurnlshed
fn nt and other rooms: first-clas bo.srd: modern
ctnvenler.ccs: sislt-.rs to city accommodated: rea
LUCAS Ave., 2733 Nleelv furnished room for
two gents; nil conveniences.
LLCAS Ave.. 3414 Furnished rooms; southern
exposure; single or en suite; with or without
LUCAS Ave. 3439 Desirable fnrnlr---d front
rooms; first-clasq board and servlep. modem
conveniences : visitors to city accommodated.
MISSISSIPPI Ave.. 1132 Secrnd-storr front
room, furnished, with or without lioard: two gen.
tlemen preferred: opposite Lafayctts I'ark.
MORGAN St.. 2107 Furnished anl unfurnished
rooms, first anil second floors, with Loard line,
modern home; flrst-cla"s board and service.
McPHERSON. 414S rieasant rooms, -lth
board: good table; hot bath, porcelain tub; handy
to Suburban and Olive cars.
OHIO Ave., SC5. East St. Louis Rooms with
boird: front room with alcove; bath, gas, all
modern conveniences; for two persons.
OLIVE St.. 4363. "Barringer" Superior rooms,
en suite or sep irate; excellent table; good serv
ice; references; can accommodate table boarders.
"OLIVE St.. 3312 De3iraUe.we!l-furn!"he.f front
and other room", with tlr't-class b..ard and serv
ice; all conveniences: visitors to city accommo
PAGE Ave.. 4333 Nicely furnished second-story
front room: newly decorated; southern exposure;
all conveniences: with good board; moderate.
PARK Axe., 2033 Elegantly furnished ronm-i,
with first-class board; opposite Lafayette Park;
PARK Ave 2)33 Elegantly furnished rooms,
with first-class board; opposite Lafayette I'ark;
RUTGER St., 1003 Two nice. airy, second
story rooms; southern extosure; very colli fur
nished; with or without board.
SARAH St.. 715 N. Nicely furnished front
room; every convenience; private family; couple
or gentlemen; hoard If desired: moderate.
SECOND-STORY front and connecting rooms;
private Jewish family; will board. A 173. Repub
lic. TWO or thre milliners who want and will ap
preciate nice rooms with best of board; low
rates. L 194. Republic.
VERNON Ave., 5263 Want to board two or
thite gentlemen: every convenience; telephone;
desirable location ; references.
WASHINOTONAx-eT7 3203 Very desirable cool
rooms: excellent table board; cars convenlcnt-
WASHINGTlNAve.73229 rJesIrableT" rooms
southern exposure; board optional: fine location;
WASHINGTON Ave.. 1303 Newly furnished
rooms for gentlemen only: 73c to U.S0 per week;
bath: lunchroom: all conveniences.
WASHINGTON Ave.. WlS-Deslrable. nice,
cool rooms, with first-class table and Eervlce: all
conveniences: visitors to city accommodated;
WASHINGTON Av. :?23-S-Iect boarding:
will take two or three more gentlemen: front
minis: large and small; southern exposure; de
WASHINGTON Ave.. 223S-4 Well-furn!hed
front and other rooms, with or without board;
modem conveniences; visitors accommodated;
WASHINGTON A v.. 2923. The Alma-Deslra-ble,
cool, comfortable, large rooms: excellent
board; all conveniences; day hoarders accommo
dated; moderate terms.
WEST BELLE Place, 4112 Nicely furnished
room with board.
WEST BELLE Place. 4310-Nicely furnished
rcom. with first-class board, by day or week.
ROOMMATE WANTED Young ladr room
mate; cool room: good board: reasonable; cen
trally located. B 2W. Republic.
ROOMS AXD BOARD WASTED.
BY working girl, plain furnished rcom, down
town: $3 or it per month. O 132. Republic.
ROOM and board by couole In North St. Louis.
2711 N. Ninth st.
ROOMS WANTED Two furnished or unfur
nished rooms, near Easton nnd Euclid. Apply at
Cremer Phar., Easton and Euclid.
TO LET FOR Hl'SIXESS PURPOSES.
$3 per month will rent elegant dek. room or
half office. Call Standard Stationery Co.. 422
M.exmod & Jaccard bldg.
OFFICE. Apply at Mulkey & Mcllale. 220 Mis
FURXISIIED HOUSES AXD FLATS.
TEN-ROOM furnished house. West End; four
car lines, home comforts: owner will occupy two
rooms If desired. 413 Locust St., room 202.
APARTMEXTS, FLATS, ETC.
CAROLINE St.. 2S21 Flat of 3 rooms, water
closet, bath, newly decorated; large yard.
COMPTON Ave.. 1613 S. Elegant flat: 5 rooms;
Ompton Heights district; gas. bath. h. and c.
water, yard, porches, gas grates, screened, fur
nace. GAMBLE St.. 2SSS Seven rooms, finished laun
dry and attic; $23. BRADLEY & QUINETTE,
GARRISON Ave.. 60S S. Three large- rooms:
r.ewly papered; second floor; large yard, cellar,
TWO very desirable seven-room flats; south
ern exposure; water, bath and laundry: only
$16 per month. Call 2711 or 2719 Sheridan ave.
KENNETT Place. 1S20 Two-story and man
sard, containing 11 rooms; In good order; $33 to
NEW 6-room brick in Carondelet, near school
and car line. G 113, Republic.
TEN-ROOM modern house, large yard nnd sta
ble; first-class condition. Inquire P. H. Blerman.
1217 N. Broadway, or 8I64 Chestnut st.
FOR COLORED PEOPLE.
MORGAN St.. 1110 Three unfurnished rooms,
fltst ficor, for colored people; with water; rea
sonable. HORSES AND VEHICLES.
CURTAIN and glass wagonettes: drummer
hacks and delivery wagons: all kinds: cash or
time. McCabe-Blerman "A agon Co.,1217 X. B'way.
FURNITURE, wagons, milk wagons, business
wagons of all kinds, new and secondhand. Young
& Co.. 1423 N. Broadway.
SET of buggy harness $4 and $7.30: good single,
strap buggy harness. $13; express harness, $6.30.
1306 N. Tnirtcenth st.
HORSE suitable for grocery or delivery; also
1,5.0-It. marc: small mare: storm buggy and
harness: no use for them; cheap. 302S Chestnut.
BUGGY At a. bargain, strong; hand-made storm
be.gry. In first-class btyle ana shape. 3VJJ West
GOOD top buggy and fast horse; cheap if sold
at once. 1437 S. Seventh st.
LIGHT delivery horse: good condition; cheap;
buggy and harness. 2009 lYanklln ave.
ONE fine secondhand rubber-tired storm bug
gy; can be seen at Long's, 3323 Locust st-
FINE sorrel driving mare. 13 hands, city broke,
C years old, lady can drive; sound, stylish; $ict.
Norman Windsor. Clayton. Mo.
LARGE-fine good-moving coach horse: any
body can drive him: also fine brougham and har
ness; nearly new; will sell together or separate.
Call at 3935 West Belle place.
$10 top wag-m. suitable for any kind of busi
ness. 2237 Lynch St.
23 First-class storm buggy; must sell: need
room. 1924 Goode ave.
"THREE extra driving or delivery wagon horses,
also heavy draft: gom-r out of business; will
Eell cheap. 4(CS Cote Brllllan'.e ave.
SECONDHAND sulky, with bicycle tlre: rood
CsstuilUoa. 213 N. Twenty-third.
"nfteen Cents Per Lla.
CONFINEMENT c:x-e3 aken: p-irt navra,, .
work: trial treatment ard consultation fr. iS
Olive st. Mrs. Doctor Murphy. Klnlccn Hot.113
. DOCTOR MERWIN. 2233 Olive St.. treaTT-77
ladies" troubles. ' rea--- ---
DOCTOR ANNIE NEWLAND3. 203 sliiT
boards during confinement: ladles In trmiM- .-
or write; confidential: terms reas.: treat byVl
DR. MARY ARTH'-R-OnTy pnyslc-a-TwTT-1
y. confinement home In the citv having E!?
Iccatlon. trained nurses, excellent acco-S.1--'
tions. motherly .-are and perfect seclusion reg
ularities successfully treated or nn" chare.'.
nteed results. Consultation free 2911 Jlorga
FREE treatment for private troubles. olmr,i."
discharges, etc. . either sex. Med Co.. 137 X 9S
LADIES. Doctor Annie Xewian,-.. r . -
fver falls; trial treitment free. 205 s. 14th st
LADIES My regulator never falls: one enmi T
treatment ft-ee.Mrs. E. Starr. 292 Frank iS ? '
MIDWIFE Receives durlniTcon.-lneinMitTtr""
found for Inf.; ladles In trouble, call, zzj S jSJ
XO chlllren: send twenty-five ccntarii .
rox 360. St. Louis. Mo . for boot. (COlr l
1TH2 rj-f"-i-r-iT irnntrT- TTT '
eonfir'e'ment: before g'olnV 'elsewhere ""l?.?0'
terms; treats irregularities; guarantee t, mr
found for infants free; t I'L-w
trained nursing; ladles, try my reIl-iSJ "2
safeguard. 2123 and 2123 Qll-e st. CaTor -Sri,?0'
MRS. L. HOTSOX Ladles crlvate w T " -rrn.:
best place in citv? having l?hTB
tralnea rurslng. excellent acccmmr-datioiw.?-late
protection and safetv assured: mot1eriV2.!2"
rregularitle, success guaranteed o? no char..:
Infants adopted. Information free; Iad!-CI-7':
ble call or write: German and French SJSS.Z
patient- m-t at station. 2201 and 2203 Qu'E? n;
Cai?MS?3c.l!5eanui0aCvte.a hcMt' b"W-
STORAGE AXD 3IOVISC.
rirtc-r- t t4-Mti - .
warehouse. 4427 Margaretta ave.. fo low p?ieS
TyleWMl " "hl"1CC 0r ". T"
2315 Olive St
-IacKir.g. shipping storage. i?&
e.. Main 3."!T xx- lr . ?V ?P
roomi. Tel. Mala iai. W1-- -V","?!-
. -unguals, m
BONDED Warehouse Hr. c. WIeh- -,.
and Moving Com.iany. 1312-16 FrinkV-v f
money advanced when desired. Klnloch c sSi "
II. PORTMAX. Stcrage. Moving. PacklM
Shipping Co . .. Louis and East St. haS!
D 1247: Bell Tyler 263A Offlr. "u, rir?"!t-
Kin. D 124
LIXDELL MOVING CO.. Taylor and FlanT?
ave3., will move furniture carefully and nromnZ
ly- at lowest rates. Phcne Lindell O. Bron-S1-
..NEvV ITOiaC Storage Company, oface sn
Luton Trust bulldlng-Moxe. pack, ship stoVi
fine furniture In private rooms. Phone Main 1 3 : 4
RELIABLE Storage Packing and Movli.
Company- Lowest rates; moth-proof roomi 45
.nli,SSsV3ra?f,g?,-.7U-l CC1S0-. ISO,
. .-...,, A--.t. ti.-iui:. -iJ.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF New
,..!. ,-tl"u. a"Q jjacicd
ell'i P--"-?'. trunks, valuables, boxls ett
careful moving, packlnjr. shipping, etc Monti
advanced. ConslgrT goodS to our're? EstlrSSj
" L- 1-EONORI. JR.. & CO.. 1213-21 Olive st.
r?-S Reduction-Fifty rolls whit, blank paper
for $I.2j; one and two band border 10- a. Sit
Hummell Wallpaper Co.. 3606 N. Broadway. ""
...lu i rt t,r.-xiere you are. I will tw
,?" rm-roT? "?J work guaranteed.1 h!
.-ow.j. -w-. a ail. ait.
tnES.FU. & co- -' Papln St.-Paper han-r-in5'..7hU!r-,n,r
an- Plastering; all work done It
lowest rates; satisfaction guaranteed; send gSltal'
Carpet aeaninycor liucasfMata li": C s
T1XTV.TITT711ZV CVTf4-if i. -r-.,- 1 "--
CO.-Speelal attention to aUergf sewlVVixr:
Iofh d'sId? a0d Pen'-Ieto-1- eIlW274M.rKta:
,-T?1.-1-!,-? c,t9,lM-r ri-r-l -"or steam carpet cleao
Ing. best and largest: capacity 3.000 yards nr
day. Eagle Works. 1312 tt- Charles stT Kin? C
COLD, SILVER AXD SICKEL PLAT1XO.
Pllj.3 n?d "Pairs silverware:
Eli ,.1 ,tes.iwatrhc? J-"tr10-: good work; cash for
old gold, silver andplatinum. 203 N. beventh st.
GOLD and silver plating In all branches rn.h
" - -"-.. - m. - - . .J-ini.
deltloT-the?, p5S qurckiranaoroughly'S
ii-&lNi.sS cards, $1: billheads' ntntimv.
"TelfEh's? P" auAaa - S?5
CRESCENT Prlntlnjr Company, JOT N. J-ourth
St. Fine commerri-ii -fK .-... -...il 'rr-
secdforsamnles f-w pnei
J. XV RTrt-T XT' e -i-i t. . - - . "
i sr irnTi3 rtJr.0" vy- -ml- ua joo irintars
"afty.Tel! $&&. " " brie" 5
FOR Sale-Patent No. 634.267; latest fievrlc. ! -travelers'
telescopes. A. Mleden. Seattle. Waah.
O- LANGER. Consulting Mechanical EnrlnM "!
and Draughtsman-Worklne out and pertSoS
LouislnMon. a ,--ec-----'- Itiki it!. 8 1! :
FATENTS. pensions, bounty, hack Day. dls.
O Brlen. 421 Chestnut St.. St. Louis. Mo.
r7FST? ob-a,-n!-. money refunded Kellrr
fr 1" ?eSrSrm"ly U- S- Patent Office Examl" "
er. 13 years. Commercial bid. Inventions wanted.
MACHIXERY FOR SALE.
ALL kinds of machinery, pulleys, shaftlnc
luh- i1.a"-ePv!CC0-ldhani1 -"-& any le'Trth IS
width deslreiLTeuscher & Son. 92S N. SecondT
SAFES, VAULTS AXD SCALES.
ARGE wason scale for sale; come quick. MM
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Rc-bmi c" rio-nn.1 ?, " ' .?:.cl H"'r i
and up. '' r 'i-ow tKr wsea
Tin Tnn Tt-ns-i n i.ii .- . . . y
thn. w'hi r ,, S. . :cfc-"-F?- .n--- nresrmat
"..- .. v. """,'-" Jer cent in a yean "i-aen
call on George B. Clark, agent. 412-413 Bank ot ?
Commerce building. St. Louis. '.-
r7nSSfST DS.te.ctX.e Service Co., 81 and SIT
..lf.i0n b'dg;: Tcl- Bc" -u--- 2S1S-Le--Itlmat
detective service at reduced rates. Incorporated.
RUBBER STA3IPS. SEALS, STEXCILS.
ADAMS, the stamp matt, 314 N. Sixth St.. rub
ber stamps, seals, stencils, etc; good, cheap.
A NEW or rood secondhand merry-co-round.
-. m. Mjtamviu, ivicntm rails, lex.
NEWSPAPER nnrl n.TnltA-.T n-...l.'n
P.lvn-et-o-Jni wrl"en. Yale Advertising Agency.
wri N. blxtb st.
HIGH-GRADE BELCIAS HARES.
ELSTUS HltO j., aoir COOK AVE.
World's Fair Rabbitry,
91 ULIVt 3T.
9th and Markat Sts. Hgtnts wantid.
$J?,KTSrr '-r-1' -W 'aw.medlcal A other gcodj
tooks. John Llnahan. bookseller. Sixth & Market.
FOR SALE MISCELLAXEOUS.
.ATT1?TI0:; '-Pictures Enlarged at red-iced
prices. I rames to order. Photo Buttons, all styles.
Wk guaranteed. LydlkArt Co.. 1028 Franklin.
A5Sr"your,.,,ec,0?----,--- hu'Idlng materials from)
ton Ives v,reck--'. Co. Vandeventer and Ea-
..rF'JSPiVSf? .B"-Trick pool and billiard tahles.
1 ytamrTt?" swu;.,' j -b
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