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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1900.
IIDIU PUIUH PHILIPPINE ISLANDS VIA
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Co. Occidental & Oileutal S. S. Co. and Oriental
8. S Co. rtom San Frnnelsco: Chlrn. September
C Doric, Septcmb-r J5. Nippon Maru. Septem
ber 22. Fcr rates, freight or passage, applj- to
U E. Townsley. s-gt.. 431 Olive, or J. r. Aglar.
agt.. 903 Olive
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Three Lines for rivo Cents.
Eseh Additional Line live Cents Extra.
An accomplished joung lady desires a ration
as governess; references exchanged Address 1M0L
Ulghlh St., ivan-as v-n-.. -'"'
cnfiK-Situation by w onian
as cook. 1921
COOK Situation as cook and houcc1rl; best
city references. acrmin..Ai 1 miicj.
JIOUSEGIRI Situation br girl for general
housework. 2C2 X. Fourteenthst.
IIOUSEVOltK Situation by a respectable
elderly woman to do housework In small lamlllj ;
Is a good cook. T 55, Republic.
HOUSEGIRL Situation by Irl'h girl for houe
T.otk private familv. "ill a-lt with Ironing;
refereni.es. 13 Washington nve.
HOUSEWORK. ETC. Want" to do housework.
tltcl.cn work. scrubb'ng or washing, must sleep
at home. Address 1M7 N. Broadwav. Mrs. Birdie
HOUSIMVOMAN Situation by good, strong
noman. general housework; homo more than
wages. Call 2112 Franklin ave.
JVUNDRESS--AVashing to tnke home or go
out. oy me uuj. -s. -. -i-j ....-.. ... .
-Situation bv laundie-s or take
SifX Riddle Ft.
v . ..-..-..- CI... . I .. .... In.m.ncrp ti tr .1 1
ljAU.MJann isitun.iuii s wumum ... . ..-
hoi.s cleaning by German lad 2-ii Adaris si.
STENOGRAPHER Situation by lady sten
ographer, an oiit-rate Smith Premier or Eem
lngton mnchlnes. D St. Republ!
WASHING A neat German noman will take
.ashing at home. Mrs. Si heibig. 2iS2 Obcar ae.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Three Lines for Five Cen's.
Each Additional L'a- Five Cents Extra-
ALL kinds of experienced laundrv 1 tip. Anchor
Eteam Laundry. 20IS-25 lacs axe
BINDERY G1KL ANTEI Three blndery
trirls. F. Ji. nesso i-te. e,o . ' """"J"-
riMiii-Ti-viAlli WANTED Chambermaid;
go home nights. 3016 Pine st.
COOK WANTED Good cook; German pre
ferred. 4310 Pine st.
COOK WANTED Cook and washlrg and Iron
lng; good v. ages. 2121 Olive st.
COOK AND HOUSEGIRL, WANTEB-Ohe
best of wages, good home. 3!0 1 lnney.
"CREAM" DIPPERS WANTED-With some ex
perience. Flolir-Walter Candy Companj. Ill liS
DRESSMAKER WANTED Dressmaker on
lidj-s skirts, ut once. i-JS N. Elglitli st . 2d
FINISHERS WANTED-Flnlshers on coats;
steady work; gocd paj . nice cool place to won;.
21S N. Eighth st.. room 14.
GIRLWANTED Girl. 1C to IS jears old 2G11A
St. Vincent av e.
GIRLSW.'kNTED Girls for machine and hand
work on shop coats. 2633 Gravols.
GIRL WANTED Little girl over 12 jears old:
good home; will clothe and pay small wane, a
178. Republic ,
"GIRL WANTED Girl for general work In
restaurant; steadj position and good pay. .IOj
"gTrLs""H'ANTED Girts to sew on wagon cov
ers. Apply to American Tent and Awning Co.,
214 Chestnut st.
GIRLS WANTED Three jour.g girls to learn
machine Ironing; steady work for intelligent Klrls.
D. L. Parish Laundry Co.. 3126 Olive st.
GIRLS WANTED Three bright girls to learn
marking and assorting: must write a neat ant
legible hand. D. L. Parish Iurdry Co. Jl.t
COOK WANTED rirst-cla'ss girl for cooking,
washing and general work. 17. oQiO Cabanne.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
house work. Apply 4116 Cleveland ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl for general
housework. 3404 Pine st.
HOESEg7rLWANTED Girl to do general
housework. MS Market st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
housework. 4132 Castleman a e
""HOUSEGIRL WANTED Competent girl to do
general housework. S033 Cate ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
homework. 41 West Pine st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for
housework; no washing. M41 Maple.
HOUSEGUtL WANTED Good girl for gn"ral
housework; good wages. 502: Falrmount ae.
"nOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework. Call Wednesday at 341S Pino st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work. 1215 St. Louis ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to assist with
housework. 2651 Morgan SL
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl for general
h vsework. 4191 Washington.
housework. 231Sii S. Seventh st.
HOUSEGIRL "WANTED Girl to do general
housework; no washing. 3105 S. Grand ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework; small family; good wages. ES2C
iiOUSEGIRL "WANTED Good colored girl for
general housework: small family: good wages.
.Apply 1220 Goodf ellow ay e.
HOUSEOIRL WANTED Competent girl for
general housework; no washing or ironing; good
wagwL 434 j West Belle
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl for general
housework In Bmill family; cood pay; with or
without washing. SOOt. Maple ave.
""HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do general
housework. Call between 10 and 12 ut 211
Lucas ave.; good wages; German preferred.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl "for "general
housework: small family; good wages. 2914
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good German girl
for general housework; small family, good wage..
S40S Laclede ave.
" HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do general
housework: good wages. oKl Kensington !...,
one block south of Suburban cars.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do general
housework: small family; good wages. 3172A
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl for general
housework; small family. Take Park ae. or
Market ft. cars. 4167 Castleman nv e.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl to do
gercral housework; family of three. 3135 Ixng
HOTJSEGnuTwANTED-Reliablo girl to ecole
and general housework, no washing; at Fergu
on. Apply to P. Bain. 120 S. Main st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good German rlrl for
general housework; small family. Apply 1614
Helen st., between Mullanphy and Madison, llo
gan and Nineteenth sts.
HOUSEGIRL "WANTED A girl to do general
housework: good places; only two in famllv; good
weges. Take Tower Grovn or Grind ave. cars
south and transfer at Arsenal st. 4325 Rcber st.
"hOUSBMAEO WANTED-Colored "houemaid
second girl). In family of two; must come well
recommended. 233 Do la ave., corner Llndell
GIRLS WANTED Two girls to lacqu-r tin
palls. 1201 Cass ave.
IRONERS WANTED Expert shirt ironers at
laundry of Paul K. Wolff Shirt Co.. 4'jS-llO N.
Third St.. third floor.
LADY "WANTED A cood ladr dmonitrator:
must be a sooil talker and have experience
and put up good appearance J 123, Republic.
LADY WANTED To travel nnd represent a
n ell-cstabllshed art houe; pleitant work; gool
pay. Japanese Art School. 919 Olive t.
LATHES WANTED To do work at thIr
homes; pleasant and profitable. Call Japanese Art
School. S19 Olive St.. room 2.
LADIES WANTED Ladles to advertise bak
ing powder: salary J3 a week and commission;
also car fare; steady work. ilO Olive st., room
LADIES' to worlc at home: SS per week; no can
vasslnr: work sent prepaid: send stamped ad
dressed envelope for sample and particulars. R.
"W. Huttoa Co.. Dept, X. Phlla.. Pa.
LADIES WANTED To Introduce In St. Louis
our wonderful new dicovery for treckies: not a
iotlon; write for free sample. Amer. Institute of
ermatologr. Vlckery bldg.. 12tli Wabash,
LADY AGENTS WANTED-Sev era! responsi
ble lady agents; must furnish good reference:
excellent opportunity. Call at once, 102S Frank
MACHINE GIRLS WANTED Twenty-fiv e ex
perienced machine girls to sew shirts and bojs'
T gists. Cor. Glasgow and Montgomery st.
NURSE WANTED Experienced nurse for ln
fent; references required. 4522 Llndell.
NURSE WANTED White girl to take care of
child morning and evening. 716 N. Sarah.
NURSEGntL WANTED Competent nurseglrl.
ES33 Cate-t ave.
NURSEGIRL WANTED Neat, respectable girl
IS or 16 years old to care for one child and assist
vrlQi light housework; references. 1214A Olive.
"PETTICOAT MAKERS WANTED EinvrlTnced
petticoat makers; no others need apply. Wil
liamson Corset and Brace Co.. 1512 Locust st.
to either empl
Furnished Without Charge
employer or employed.
Machines Rented, Repaired and Exchanged
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER
Wyclcoll, Seaoans & Benedict
TXO Unit Street.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Throe Lines for rivo Cents.
Each Additional Line l'lve Cents Extra.
PRESSER WANTED-Prcsscr on coats.
211 N. Eighth, room 14.
PRIVATE families nnd boardlnr-houes can
Ret girls and girls get places and lodging at
Mrs. Ilummert's. ICOs Wash st.
SH 1 1 ITMAKERS WANTED Experienced shm
tuaktrs. ,flj N. Sixth st.
SHIRTMAKEP.S ANTEl-rirst-class shirt
makers, good pav nnd steady work: bridge tick
ets free to En"t St. IxmN handi 1'aul E. Wolff
Slilrt Co.. tl5-S17 Washington ave.
"STENOGRAPHER- WANTED Irfidv- sten
ograph! r. Apply this a. m. to Chelro, 3707 Ollvo.
WArri:irW'ANfED-Whito man waiter! TO 5
STENOGRAPHERS Free practice-room and
emtiovnicnt department. The Oliver Typewriter
Co.. Ontury bul'dir.g.
WOMAN WANEDoloredwoman tolean
hou for a couple of dajs. 50 Falrmount ave.
exivTleneed wrappermaker'; steady work, gmid
pav. Ciileman l.nvensttln. 713 N. Eleventh st.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Threo L'.ncs for Five Cents.
Each Additional Lino live Cents Extra.
ACCOUNTANT Rooki opened. examtnd. bal
ances jnd st.itements made; tlrmi or corporations.
J. J. Fischer. 31D Temple building.
AN experienced salesman with Al references,
wants situation to travel Ixroliana; shoes or dry
roc Is preferred til N. Uroad St., New Or
ll.KER--t-"las all-rourd baker wants slt
tutlun. F 12o, Republic.
BOOKKEEPER. ETC Position wanted by
joung man ai bookkeeper or shipping tlerk; ref
irei res S l&l. RepubPc.
TJOOKKEEPER lVltion ns bill clerk or bo. k
keei r. am oxrerienceJ in lnml,kecping tpe
writing and general office work; 21 jejrs old.
reftrences given. lfii. Republic
I!OY of 17 wants slruition. Inquire at store,
2C14 l-(clede nve
CARPENTER An elderlv iirai wants posit I .n
as Jobbing carpenter, leferences If required E
116. it. public.
COACHMAN Situation as coachman by joung
married man (white, good horseman, refer
enda. X 205. itepubilc.
DRUGGIST Can give two weeks for continu
ous relief wolk. registered, lest of reftreni.e.
T 31. RepuMii.
DRUGGIST'S APIRENTICE-Sltuatlon hv bov
of 16. gwl education, to learn drug bulnes. 11
'lAHDENER Situation wanted bv tlrst-class
gardener, all bninche-, and rare of horses and
fovvn, single man from the East. S 163, Repub
lic HORSEMAN, ETC Yourg Germnn. first-class,
wants hortman, watchman or unv honest work.
LT!. Rcpnl lie
MAN Situation by reliable colored man to
drive d'-livery wagon; no pav wanted if Ballsfac-tli-n
is not irlvcn 4 Mon:ro-e
"MEAT-" CUTTERsTtuation wanted by flrst
claas meat cutter and shop man. witb refer
ences. D. S. Malone, Hunts-, ille. Mo
PORTER Situation by young married man as
porter in wholesale drj goods or trocerj store.
M 132. Republic.
SALESMAN Situation as salesman, city or
country, by energetic Herman-American; Al ref
erences. 11 S3. Republic
SALESMAN Position ns traveling salesman by
an txiwritnced. reliable man. F 154. Republic
SALESM AN Position by salesman and window
trimmer at once; reference. O 119, Republic.
SALESMAN Position as traveling salesman
with St. Iouis house: have good trade hi South
cast Missouri and Arkansas; reference. M &0, Re
public. SALESMAN Situation as traveling salesman by
registered druggist of 15 vears" experience; have
vperitnee on the road; can give gilt-edge refer
ence. J 134. Republic
STENOGRAPHER Situation bv stenographer.
accountant und general oftlce man; tlrst-class,
thoroughly reliable und strictly temperate; best
refennces. Z ltll. Republic
WALL ffper to clean; eUht years' experience
In this work exclusively; tend postal; will call.
J. Ncal. 2?2 Marion tt.
WATCHMAN Re lable man wants position as
night watchman, moderate saiarj. Address
2t: Adams st.
WORK Situation by a mtddle-agd married
man; experienced grocery cleric Address H. W.
VL!knlU!i. 2551 Uenton st.
Three Lines for Five Cent
Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra.
ACTIVE man. 160 per month and expenses; per
roai.wit position; exjrlence unnecessary write
quick. Clark Co., Fourth and Locust sts., Phil
adelphia. HARDER WANTED Barber for Wednesday
evening, Saturday und Sunday; guarantee Jv.
232t Cass ave.
BARBER WANTED Good barber, competent
to take charge and run good-paving shop dur
ing absence of proprietor; must be steady and
reliable. 1W9 N. Jefferson ave.
JJOY WANTED A bright office boy. Apply 1J0
BOY WANTED Strong; boy to drive grocery
Wrfguu. Marcus and Euston.
BOY WANTED To run errands and learn good
trade: salary 11.50 per week to start. Cull room
423. SM Olive.
BOYS WANTED 200 boys at Anheuser-Buch
Brewery bottling department.
BOYS WANTED Experienced boys at Court
houso alley. Apply about 11 a. m., 10 N. Fourth
BOYS WANTED Hoy for plun'ber shop, heavy
bovs, bellbojs, busbov-s. National Employment
Co., 113 N. Sixth st
BOYS WANTED Fifteen bright, active, honest
boys, 11 to 17 years, to sell papers; good loca
ttons; ;4 to SS u week. D 111. Republic.
CARPENTERS WANTED Six more hou car
prnters. 20 to 40 cents hour. National Employ
ment Co . 113 N. blxth st.
CARPENTERS7ETC.. WANTED-Bridge car
penters. depot builders, mechinlsts. molders,
vojntiy. National Employment Co., 113 N. S!th
CHEMIST WANTED wro has liad experience
in manufacturing chemicals. Aodress U. iicller
6c Co . 24 S. Jeffen?on et., Chicago.
CI,ERK WANTED-Drug clerk, two or three
years' experience. W 127, Republic.
'CLERKS wanted who can use easy, styllsa
thoes for 12.95. Hirrls. 20 Pins St.
COLLECTORS. ETC.. WANTED-Industrlnl
collectors and sollcitrrs call i a. m. 20i-4 5 Do
!oto building. 7'iii Fine. H. R. Trowbridge,
ENERGETIC salesmen: school supplies; coun-trj-
work: 1100 salary and extras. It. O. Evans
A- Co . Chicago. III.
GRANITE letterer; steady Job and good wages
to right man.. Addrej T. G. Wits, Tavlorvllle,
HORSCSHOER WANTED-Mupt furnish refer
ence with application. S 101. Republic.
IF you are a Catholic, unemplojea. and will
work for SIS pir v.sek. write MacConnell Bros.
31 Franklin su. Boston. Mass.
LABORERS" WANTl5lTllil)orers. Apply Amer
Ican Car and Foundry Co , Madison, III.
LABORERS WANTED To saw cottonwood; $1
day and board; freo board on Sundavs; steady
work. Koenlg's Iibor Agencj, C12 Walnut st.
LABORERS'ANTED Ten good laborersat
Vandeventtr and Vista: I.indell powerliousc.
LABORERS WANTED-WO laborers, plcS and
sliovel. and concrete mixers, on rallruad track in
St. Louis. Apply on work, Broadway, north of
Franklin ave and south of Elm st. Fruln-Bam-brtck
MANAGER WANTED Man to manage branch
office out of city, salary S-'-O; expenses and com
mission; small deposit required. 103 N. Ninth st.
MAN WANTED Handv man to cooper bar
rels. Apply 31W N. Second St.
MAN WANTED One good man for outside
workv. will pHy S3. W 117. Republic
"MAN WANTED A married man In coalof
fice to do weighing nnd yard work and live on
premises. P S4. Republic
MAN WANTED To travel; $51 month and cx
penso; small cash deposit required. Call Jap
anese Art School, 319 Olive st.
MAN AND WIFE WANTED Man and wife.
without children, for general housework, etc.
Doctor Butt, KX)3 Washington.
MEN WANTED Good union men to sell so3p;
a good repeater. Apply room SI Koken building.
MEN WANTED Go with mulen to South Afri
ca. National Employment Co., 113 N. Sixth st.
MEN WANTED 100 rockmen and laborers to
work on new railroad; Union, Mo.; free pass.
Apply J, Dlgnan. 1200 N. Third Ft.
MEN' WANTED Two men to move household
roods on furniture wagon: must understand how
to load. 1?03 Sidney st,
MEN WANTED Fifty men to work on water
pipe in Walnut Park, half mile west Union ave.
and Florissant ave. R. J. Macdonald.
MEN WANTED Men desiring steady and per
manent employment are requested to address St.
IUs Business Bureau. St. Louis (Inclose stamp
NEWS AGENT WANTED Railroad news
agent, through Denver Flyer: position guaran
teed. National Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth St.
OFFICE BOY" WANTED Office boy with good
education and good home influences. Z 135.
OFFICE MAN. ETC WANTED-Offlce man.
traveling grocery salesman, grocery clerk, col
lector. Natloral Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth St.
PAVERS WANTED Fifty pavers for granlts
street work. Apply on work. Broadway. St
Louis. Mo. Frula-HaTiihrlck Cons. Co.
rRESSFEEDER WANTED-One Job press
feeder. F. H. Heso Ptg. Co.. 123 Locust st.
QUARRYMEN AND IBORERS WANTED
Free pass- ship to-day? no office fee. Apply to
Burke, Lovee and Washington ava.
Were printed in The Republic
during July, 1900, than in
A GAIN OF . . . 56
HELP WANTED MALE.
Three I incs for Five Cents.
Each Additloml t,no .'c Cents Extra.
SALESMAN WANTED At once, an active
man. n-ember of the A. r' i- A. M . on salary or
ominlrslnn. or both, must know what he can
do. and willing to do It, "Ilistorv cf rrcma
sonrv". bv Doetor A.! I ert Gallatin Marker. Thlr-tv-third
degree, inst. illation plan, seven volumes;
apply by lettrr or in person, Maonlc History
Co. 10 Olive st.. room 415. St. I)iils, Mo.
SALESMAN WANTED For the road, to call on
wholesalers, presenting mercantile agi ncv propo
sltlcn fcr company established tuentv ears; a
thorough course of Instruction given to injure
success fnm the stvrt: litM-class silesman, Uok
ffit'n, insuranc advertising and sp-clnltv men
van make big inonev; .1 few positions as Stvte
iraragers op"i lor the right parties. B. Friend.
Room 515. iVinmerclil building.
SALESMEN' WANTEDExp'rieneed soip sales
mm Applv room S4 ICoken building.
SALESMEN WANTED-Men to sell coffee and
tea and work up new route In citv. nil Frank
SALES-MEN VANTED-Salesnn n. pTddlers and
solicitors, with or without vehicies; rood busi
ness. I nlon Soap Mfg. Co, 19.'0 Moigin Bl
S ALESM EN WANTEI 'Ttm To--ell cigars;
city or countrv; salarv and comnil"lon, fine lint)
of goods. 103 N. Ninth st.. second floor.
S LESVHN-wTNTED-Falemen to callon
griicerlrs. s.,ioons. butchers and iotels; salary
J0 anil commisblon; steady woik. ilO Olive st ,
u om SO1!.
SALKSMUN WANTED-Two live, energetic,
hustling men to sell the Kurek-i cnp.v holler, new
tiling; indispensable to stenographers. Missouri
Mfg. Co., 203 Pozionl building. Ninth and Chest
SEVEN dollirs dally for first-class salesman
to Introduce our S25 standard make tvpewrlter.
equal of any one hundred dollar machine; lo.O-)')
lmve bten sold in the last sixty dav. C U.
Gnatlitney i Co. 1522 Broadway, BrooMjn, N. Y.
SHOVELERS. ETC.. WANTED Four shovel
ers and six pile-driver men. work near Baden.
Applj 525 Lincoln Trut building.
"SOLICITORS WANTED Good ccal solicitors.
Apply room 40 Koken building, 715 L-eust.
SOLICITOR WANTED Adv erasing solicitor
for city work: permanent position ear round.
U S. Advertising Co. 1503 Washington ave.
SOLICITORS WANTED Experienced men for
city ard country to solicit from merchants and
phsiclans for old-estnb. collecting agency: good
reference or bond required. 44-46 Laclede bldg.
STONEMASONS W INTED Stonemasons at C-"0
Washington, and Taj. lor and I.jston.
l Jli.-a.vit-.j'( vv a.n i r.w - amuse Trimmer: siaio
experience and where last emploed. W 130.
"'ESTMAKER, ETC.. WANTED Vest and pant
maker: also bushelman to go to Fort Smith.
Ark., good prices; steadv work Apply Tuesday
morning between 10 and 11 o'clock. Labs.ip-Cn.cl-.ncll
Woolen Co., 914 Pine st.
WANTED Two gocd solicitors. Inquire at
rooom ".-05 Centu-y building.
WANTED Men to list property for sale: city
or countrv-. National Investment Co, Rlcker
building, ijulncy. 111.
WANTED Ever where, hustlers to tack slgni.
distribute cirtu'ars, samples, etc.; no canvnssln-;;
good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chicago.
WANTED Men to advertise and Introduce
ct,r soaps and specialties, tack signs, distribute
cliculars. samples, appoint sub-agents. -u-ady
work. S12 weekly and expcnsi-s. Marvel Mfg. Co.,
" "K OODWORICER WANTED- Good carriage
woodworker: call In morning with tools. Yuns t
Co. 1425 N. Broadway.
HOTOLLEGE OF LAW"
Century building. St. Iouls. Day nnd night
school. Call or send for citalogue.
WILLIAM J. HOPKINS. President.
Lincoln Trust bldg.. Seventh and Chi'-tnut sts.
I.M11VIDI AL I.M'HI'CT10
Bookkeeping. Penmanship. Shorthand. Tjpewrlt
ir.c Arilhmttlc. Graiuirar. etc.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 3.
IprCALL OR WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
ALL those desiring help or seeking situations
ma register with tIiolreeEmp.ojmentltur.-au
of the Mate Labor Bureau of bUUIstUs. S35 Cen
tury building. Situations and help furnished
free of charge. Tel. Klnltxh B 17S7.
"CARRIAGE WASHER WANTED An exi-rl-enced
carrlngo wa-her. State Free Empl lyment
Bureau, k& Century building.
COLORED laborers for railway construction
work In tho Indlun Territtrj . wags S1.5' tj
J1.65 jer djy; liuiinl S2.!0 und S3 lr week, rail
road fare adv a ced. Stat 1'reo Emplojnient
Bureau. b!5 Century building.
COOK WANTED Mule rook for bomllng
house; in. Mate Free Kmplo) tnent Bureau, $JT
COOK WANTED-A ferrale e-ook for boardlng
houe. S2. per month. S'ate Frte Emplojnient
Bureau, S35 Ontury building
COOK WANTED-A muli -ook for hotel; out
of city; Ss jK-r week. State Fice Eniplnjnient
Bureau, b 5 Century building.
COOK WANTED Woman for boarding-house
to iok and help In dliilng-ioutu. Stite blee Em
plovment llurtau, S15 Centi rv buhdlrg
HARNESS rrUANER WANTED -Harness
cb aner: must be experience.!. Mate 1 ree Knip oy
mdit Bureau. b35 Century bulliling.
GIRL WANTED Girl to deThouse and dlnlng
muni work St-ite Freo LmploMnent Bureau, 615
Cei tury building.
"HOSTLER WANTED White hostlor; must b
experlenced. Stale l"iee Emiilojment Bureau, 835
"HOUSEGIRL AV'ANTEb-Y'ounif girl to a'Slst
with bou-ew-ork uml nursing; 512. Stnte Free Em
plojnient Buieau. Slj Century bulldiig.
HOT'SEKl'.EPER WANTED-a" woman to "go
to Flotence, Ala., as housekeeper. Mate Free
l.mplov incut lJurciu. S25 Century building.
HOrSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged wom
an to uo general hou'ework. Stite Free Em
plovni'nt IlJieau, ST5 Lentury hul dli g.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED-Mlddle-nged Swede
vvomn (or general houfcwork. to go to country
town. Stato l'ree Emplojnient Burciu, 8,5 Cen
"KITCHEN GIRL WANTEDGI iTo do kitchen
work in rect-iurnnt. StJte Free Emplojment Bu
reau. 835 I'ei.tuiy billljin.
LABORERS " WANTED-Brlckv ard laborers
Imniediatelr. State l'ree Emplojment Bureau, 3."
NURSE WANTED-Glrl ns nur-e for child.
State Free Dnplojment Bureau, 835 Centuiy
ONE firs: -class laundress who Is capable of
taklrg charge of laundry for Institution to go
to the countrj-. State Free Emplojnient Bureau,
$25 Centuiy building.
THREE waitresses for Institution In Central
Missouri town. State Free Einploj-mcnt Buteau,
S15 Century building.
AT a sacrifice, Krakauer upright piano. Dan'I
G. Dunker Piano Co., Fourteenth and North Mar
"HEAR the soul of a Krakauer 3lng"; to hear
It is to buy It. Sold only by Daniel G. Dunker
Piano Company Fourteenth and North Market.
PIANOS and organs sold, rented, tuned, at
lowest prices. The Kstey Co.. 18 Olive st.
RENT pianos 11, 12, J3 per month; rent allowed
If purchased. F. G. mltlv. manufacturer, 1012
Olive st.. A. E Whitaker. manager.
S65 buys full-size piano, cost J3T6, stool and
cover. 1114 N. Sixteenth St.
BUY WHEAT-BUY CORN.
There Is no safer business than buying Wheat
or Corn on all heavy declines. Send for onr cir
cular explaining our methods. No charge un
less we make money for jou A. G. Marshall
Co.. 324-5 Lincoln Trust building. St. uis. Mo.
NEW No. 4. J100: Callgraph, used few times,
$30 cash. St. Louis Tjpewriter Exchange.
LAIDIQ MFQ. CO., store, ofBcs and bank fix
tures, have removed from Tenth and Mulltnphy
to southeast corntr Eighth and Howard sts.
AGENTi To sell a new and useful article
that can be sold ut almost everj- house. P 85,
AGENTS I offer you the biggest money-maker
out, no capital required. Urn. II. 1 arrand.
It., Galvestrn, Tex.
AGENTS We sell the Monarch white metal
pluter for !0. including materials to plite 0
jlo7m pieces tHble ware; send for descriptive
price list. Monarch Mfg. Co , Ht. Ijuls. Mo.
AGENTS-WANTED Agents to sell a new nnd
useful article that enn be sold at almost "very
housi. T 5.1, Republic.
"AGENTS! WANTED Cnmralrn club badges
nnd buttot s; special ilcipns made to order; "end
for samples. Haskell, Mnf r, CIS Pine, St. Louis.
AGENTS WANTED To handle campaign but
tons; send for catalogue; sample, dozen. 10c. St.
Ixmls Button Co . St. Ixuls. Mo.
AGENTS WANTED Agents in city: best
terms; quickest returns: no experience required.
Call Mar Portrait Co.. 1931 Morgan st.
AGENTS -We pay J20 a, week and expenses to
men or women with rlcs to Introduce our jjoul
trv remedv-. Bxcelslor Mfg. Co.. Parsons. Kas.
AGENTS WANTEIi Litest campaign buttons.
In colors, samples, 10c; l'.-lnch size, 30e do7en.
The Ccnturj Noveltj Co, Uox 055, St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED Agents, streetmen; song
looks $1 per 100; latest hits, hot sellers; simples
fie. Ca'ter I'ook to., 311 S. Broidvvav-, St Eouls
AGENTS WANTED-Campalgn tumors, any
candlilate. SI per i, samples lire pink stamps.
tarter liooK &. .tws Co..
311 9. Broadwaj-, St.
AOENTS-J241 monthly selling Improved gas
light burner, fits kerosene lamps, no chlmnej;
sainplo free. Ente.prlse Mfg. Co.. A 50. Cln-ili-rntl.
AGENT.? WANTED Worderful Improvement
In poitable 100-candie-pow er gas lumps; no alco
I'ol heating; lights with match: low prices.
Planet Manufacturer. 2ia Pine.
AGENTS wanted In every count j- to sell Mos
san diamond studs; splendid profits: only rerfect
Imitation -if genuine ulnmond. terms mailed free.
Molssan Diamond Co , Cincinnati. O.
AGENTS WANTED Large profits selling fru'.t
strainers at 75 cents, tor cooking fine jellies,
catsup, etc.: takes seeds and shells from grjpes.
Aug. Foell, manufacturer, 33l!l California ave..
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS to sell our rubber collars, cuffs, nerk
tl4 ard shirt fronts; irfect imitation cf Unei;
n-ils .,t slfht: send 2. c ffr sample collar or i.cck
tle. Thread CItj Co'lar Co , SU Uenolst bu Idlnr,
AGE.Mb on salirj- or commission; the greatest
"gents' seller ever produced; everj user of pen
and Ink buj-s It on sight; 300 to 500 per cent prof
it; one agent's sales amounted to SCJ0 In six
dajs; another S32 in two hours. Monroe Mfg. Ca,
V 4t. Ixi Crosse, Wis.
AGENTS Wanted Wonder C some agents
won't read this ad. and say It's no good, then
answer another trat contains a b'gger promise,
'that's wrong, dollars on piper and doll irs thit
intlle are different. Agents carrj our articles
right In th!r pockits, sell at almost everv- house,
get the rash and pay no license. Particulars will
convince jou. sutluve Bros, Keokuk, la,
AN Intelligent. Industrious gentleman or lady
vanted to travel In Missouri and Kansas to ad
vertise "Stoddard's I.ectuies"; $70 fer month and
e-vp-nses, refennces required. Geo. I Shuman
Co., 315 Deaibom t., Chicago.
ANOTHER new patent: 125 per day guaran
tted lou. free outfit to tart right to work. Bra
1cm Jlfg Co, B tCSs, Cincinnati. O.
BE jour own bo--s; make $3 a dar cleaning
wall paper: this and fortv either formulas 10c.
MonarUi Mfg. Co , St. leiuis. Mo
GRANDEST elft ever offered to each customer;
ar-uts leaping harv-st vvlth our new- photo ticket;
pay everj night. Murillo. 1314 Olive at.
"MAGNETIC HEALING COMPLETE Wonder
ful book: lightning method: anj- one tan learn;
jLurnul free. Address National School. Carroll
NEW ticket: new prize; best moneymaker on
earth; everjtl.lng free; paj- every night. Murillo.
1314 Olive st.
STltEETM EN Fakers Gold" teth: fastest
selling noveltj- out. samples live 2o stamps. Car
ter Hook Co, 311 S. Broldw.ij. St. Ixjui.s.
STREETMEN We have money-getter3 for
fairs, blowouts, picnics; sample live pink "-taniis.
Carter Book Co.. 311 S. Broadwaj. St. Louis.
WE par SIS a wek and expenses to men with
rigs to introduce our Poultry Compound. Send
stamp. JuvWIa Mfg. Co.. Dept. 2. Parsons, Kan.
S25 weeklj. guaranteed made bj .jrcnts; new
C itemed, all met il, model breid fmi pastry
oard: mple free. A. V. Forsh-e, Cincin
$1,500 made during rampilgn season selling
campaign ties. Gn atest sellers ever IVruduced.
Territory going. Write Immedlute'v Full lino
white and faner rulber collars. Inclose stamp.
M & M. Mfg Co. Dept C Sprit gtlcld. Mass.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
AT a bjrgaln. three good work liores, two
good buggy mares; this Is no fake advertisement;
must sell. 3'J3 Chestnut st.
CURTAIN nnd glas wagonittcs: drummer
hacks and d!lverj wagons, ail kinds; rash or
time. MiCjIk Bieiiiinn agon Co.. 1217 N. ll'nay.
Fl'RNITl'RE vv igons. milk wagons, business
wagons of all kinds, new and secondhand. Young
A: Co . 1125 N. Rroadwar.
GOOD buegy or surrej- hirse; 7 to 10 a. in. WI2
GOOD light spring top buggy; for sale cheap.
Inquire at book stoic, 311 S. Broadwaj-.
HORSE, harness, rubber-tire runabout; stylish
outtlt; will --ell cheap. 14 !T 9 Ninth st.
HORSE and wago-i; cheap: also ash wagon
and light buggy. 2211 North Market st.
HORSE Cheap; hurt by cars; 5-yeir-old dnp
plo gray; vvelgnt 1.500 pounds; 16 handa high;
works anj where. Luehrm-inn Bros. Haj- ic Grain
Co . 21)2 N. Second st.
HORSE Bay hor.'e, 16 hands high, (I years old;
cltj, family broke; suitable fo storm buggj. surrej-.
doctor phneton or rar.cv delivery; trial and
catlsfactlon guaranteed. Grocerj-, s. e. cor. Gar
lleld and Sarah.
LARGE fine good-moving ccach horse; any
bedr can drive him; also fine brougham and har
ness; nenrlj- new; will sell together or separate.
Call at 3355 West Belle plure.
NICE driving horse, rubbcr-tlred runabout nnd
harness; will sell reasonable. Apply In rear 3C5)
SET of huggj- harness, $1 and J7.50; good single
strap buggy harness, $13; express harness, fC.50.
ISot N. Thirteenth st;
TWO good work horses, one express and two
coal wagons, cheap, or exchange for one big
dinft horse. 2001 Thomas
BUSINESS FOR SALE.
BIG bargain; confectlonerj'. Ice cream, cigar,
tobacco and good laundrj" branch; established 1)
vears; must sell; bad health; cheap. 1512 Frank
BRANCH bakerj-. confectlonerj", with soda
fountain, laundrj- branch; will sell cheap on ac
count of sickness, uos Ilajnrd nve.
"CONFECTIONERY "and fruit store doing good
ousiness; living-rooms: oargnin. .ius iT.inkll.i.
CONFECTIONERY, fruit and small grocery:
so laundrj- brarch; lino location; cash business;
ist sell nt once; cheap. 2213 I ranklin avo.
DAIRY"; account slckne.'s.
4710 Alsace are.
GOOD paving cigar stand and laundry branch,
stationerj- and candles; cheap rent. 2131 Walnut.
GREAT bargain In drug store; owner leaving
cltj-. L 74, Republic.
GROCERY and meat market; rare bargain; at
SW. E 117. Republic.
TWO or three -halr barber shot for sale or rent
with small pajmenton furniture. ISM S. Twelfth
HOTEL and saloon; first-class business; hare
CO boarders; selling account of bad health. For
particulars see J. C. Flj nn, 4371 Easton av e.
NOTION store and cigar stand; good location.
1913 N. Sarah st.
THE Snap of a Lifetime Corner grocerj". vvlth
saloon attached; will be sold to pay mortgage;
cash talks; J,). 1900 Carr.
STORE At a great bargain, a corner cigar,
tobacco and notion store; established 20 jears;
must sell at once; other business. 1250 Blddle st.
ONE blacksmith shop, cheap: good location;
owner wants to retire. IMS N. Broadway.
ATTEND Professor De Honey's select recep
tions every Tuesday evening. Ladles. 10c; gents,
15c. Positively finest floor: best music. Academy,
Eighteenth and Olive sta
OPENING Hashagen's Dancing Academy. 3300
Easton ave.. Wednesday, August 22; Classen open
for beginners: reception eveiy Tuesday, Tr.ur
day, Saturday and Sunday.
"WALTZ and two-step taught in private lessons,
SS full term; In classes. I. Professor De Honey
AcsJemr. lEisnttenth and Olive. Always ansa.
Fifteen Cents Per Line.
CONFINEMENT cies taken; port p-ivment In
work; trial treatment ard consultation free. 2125
Olive t. Mrs. Doctor Murphy. Klnloch C 831.
DOCTOR MERW1N, 2233 Olive St.. treats all
DOCTOR ANNIE NEWLANDS, 23 S. 14th St..
boards during conhrement; ladles In trouble, call
or write; confidential; terms reas.: treat by mall.
DOCTOR i;LlXALLENTTeading femilespe"
clnllst, treats diseases peculiar to women; 13
years' succe-sful experience; perfect seclusion
during continemi nt; milj private, reliable, incor
porated home. 2903 Olive st.
DR. MARY ARTHUR-Only pnjslcian keeping
a. confinement home in the city having a healthy
location, trained nurses, excellent accommoda
tions, motherly .-are nn 1 perfect spcluslon. Irreg
ularities successfully trentMl or no charge; gunr
anteed results. Consultation free. 2311 Morgan St.
FREE treatment for private troubles, pimples,
dl-chnrgcs. etc : either sex Med Co.. IT N 9th.
LADIES In trouble, call, private home before
and during confine' t. Mri. .Mejers. 112 S. 14th st.
LADII?:. Doctor Annie Newland"' Regulator
never falls; trlnl trentment fue. 205 S. lith st.
LADIES Mj' regulator never falls: one completo
treatment fn c. Mrs. E. Starr. 2920 Franklin are.
MIDWIFE Recotves during confinement: home
found for Inf.; ladles In trouble, call. 2123 S. 9th.
NO rhlllren: 'end twentv-five cents (colr.l to
Eox 'to. ht. Ixmls Mo , tor book.
MRS. DOCTOR MURPHY, private home befnrs
conflremint: before go'ng elsewhere, get my
terms, treats Irreulir!tle3: ginranteeil homes
found for Infants free, best of medical nnd
trnlned nursing; lidles, try mj- regulator and
nfegunrd 2123 and 2121 Oll-e st. Call or write.
MRS. L. HOTKON l.nd'es' private home du'lng
cn.: best place In cltv. having bealthr loca'inn.
trnlned r.urslnr. excellent arrnm-md'itlin.s. abso
lute protection and afetv assured, motnerlv rare;
irregularities success guiranteed or no charges;
infints adopted, lnformtlon free; ladles in trou
ble, call or write; German nnd Trench sfoken;
patients met nt station. 22)1 nnd 2203 Olive.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUNIV-On Friday, nt 7.15 p. m.. pocktbool:
in car. describe. A II';, Republic.
1Os.T Sundaj. t in-colorrd cape, braided, with
Snggs mark, will reward if returned. 274i Luc is
I1ST Brown Pointer dog; name on collar.
N.i-hvllle. Ill Return to 1221 Tjier st . after (.
p. in Reward.
LOST Diamond locket, with raled Initials C.
R., at Crove Coeur like or on Missouri I'.ielilc
train Return and receive liberal reward at 1222
IXkST Saturday, nt Union or Soulnril Market.
breatpln. gold crescent, sot with pearl", liberal
reward. 4131 Castleman .iv.
LOS-T Icket. watch chnrm. with hore henil
and slioe on front; set with diamonds, with R. I.
C on bick; picture Inside: finder will be -e-warded
Return to R. D. Caldwell, care I'ergu-hjn-McKlnrey
D. G. Co . cltj-.
LOST or Stoien Irish setter and dark brown
pointer. sCar on right shoulder. Liberal reward.
G. W. Sieving. 3001 S. .Ierfer.-en ave.
AT St. Louis Commercial College. Grand and
rrruklln Commercial, shorthand, Lngllsh. by ex
perts; for joung men and ladle;,. V. Rltner. pres.
HAID'r5 Business Acadmv for joung ladies
and gentlemen, 20 3 Thomas St.. new, elegant
upartments; shorthand, tvpevvrltlng, bookkeeping,
peuinanbhlp, arithmetic, grammar.
MISSOURtCollege "of La w Century building.
Call or send tor catiilrgue. Wm. J. Hopkins,
President. Diy and night school.
PRIVATE Ies'ons In still life painting. Studio
2711 Ilerrletta. Adriunus M. Bnum.inn.
I'RIVATE lesons in elocution: terms reason
able. Inquire of T. Ilerndon Brotherton, 816 N.
"SHORTHAND tvpevvrltlng exclusively: com
plete course until bept. 1, S.'j, afterwards tuition
advanced; tako beietlt of old rate. Barnes, 2045
STUTTERING and stammering positively cured
bu Doctors Randolph and McCollough, 3010 Eas
ton ave,, tio famous voice trainers of the world.
BUSINESS cards, SI; billheads, statements,
noteheads, SI.J per thousind. A. F. Vltrey, lus
N. twelfth at,
CRESCENT Printing Companj'. 907 N. Fourth
St.- Finn commercial Job work; popular prices;
send tor samples.
J. S". STEELE CO.. Book und Job I'rinters.
IS X. Third St. Legal blanks und briefs a b-pe-clalt)-.
Tel. Main 1470.
LOCO blr caids. 25 cents: billheads, noteheads. 75
cents; cut prices; mall orders solicited; samples
free. Benton Co , S25 N. Fourth St.
S1AC!II.ERY FOR SALE.
ALL kinds of machlntrv. Dullcvs. shaftlmr.
boxes, hungers, secondhand belts, unj length and
width deslrtd. Teusciur Son. 92S N. second.
SMALL gasoline engines, castings and parts:
spark colls. Igniting djnamos, repairing. S. P.
an Nort, electrician und machinist, 5 3th fcti
I'E. SIOS PATENTS.
l'ATENTS Obtained or money refundird. Keller
fc Keller, formerly U. S. 1'atent ufllcu Examin
er, 12 jears. Commercial blik Inventions wanted.
STOltE AMI OFFICE FIXTURES.
CHEAP; several complete salcon outfits, with
1 eer coolers; and cigar nnd tobatco cases; anj
i'7e3: must be sold at once on account of scarcltj
of rtom: don't miss tills bargain. Slaudte c
Rmckoldt Mfg. Co, Suulard and De Kalb sts.
WALNUT offico and storo futures. Faust,
Fulton Market, 414 and 418 Elm st.
DO j-ou want a legitimate mining Investment
that LIU return vou Id per cent In a jear? Then
call nn Ceori,e B. Clark, agent, 412-413 Bank of
Cuinmerce building, St. Ia-uK
THE Cooper Detective Service Co., 818 and SIT
Carlcton bldg.; Tel. Bell Main 2318 Legitimate
detectivo service at reduced rates. Incorporated.
Rl'UUER STAMPS, SEALS, STENCILS.
ADAMS, the stamp man. 314 N. Sixth St.. rub
ber stamps, seals, stencils, etc.; good, ch-ap,
DISTINCTIVE and effective advertising writ
ten. Yale Advertising Agencj-, 5trj N. Sixth st.
WE plan and write good advertising. Yale Ad
vertising Agency. f'V) N. Sixth st.
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLTTION Nntlcefc
herebj given that the partneiship heretofore ex
iting between the undersigned In the retail hard
ware, stove and range vustne-s. at Nos. 22)2 nnd
2204 Choutenu avenue, under the firm name of
M. W. Krlte & Bro . has been dissolved; and
that said busine-s will be ro-itlnued at said place
bj tho undersigned, Mori Is W. Krlte. in his own
name, he having u-sumtd all oblh-atlons of slid
MORRIS AV. KRITE.
I. II. KRITE. JR.
St. Louis, August 25. ll'OO.
CLEVELAND. Crescent and Clear blcj-cles:
St. lxnils Cjcle Co., '.'35 N. Second st.: ak for
Morgan. Telephone Main SSI. Klnloch A 716.
1900 Clevelani. Columbus. Crescent. Cae-.ar and
Anrirae liicjclesj repairing and renting. Morgan,
Harding (c Lning. J-5G Olive st.. Ltndel! 141 1 A.
BHDROOM set. $1; parlor, 52; spring machine,
$2; dressir. SI; lied lounge, $1, foldirg bed. ward
robe, tables, clocks, pu turps. 1704 a. Eleventh.
BEDROOM suit. $3; sewing machine, with at
tachments. SO; gasoline range. $7; gas range. $5;
also wardrobe, sideboard, carpets, tables. 205
ETOVES. new and secordhand furniture, car
rets for sale, time pajments; bis savings. New
York Stores- Co. I9 Wash st.
A. C. UIlAUKil. Keiiaira fur All Staves.
I,L klnJ-s of gentlemen's and ladles' clothing,
enrrets bedding, etc.; highest prices paid; call
or send postal. V. Kult. H24 l'ranklin ave
"ALL kinds secondhand furniture, stoves, oftlce
desks: gool prices given; send postal. Hamilton,
UVS Franklin ave.
FEATHERS Old feathers; will pay 35 cents
per pound. Send postal. S. Batavla. 112 N.
HIGHEST price paid for all kinds of household
goods, furniture, carpels and stoves. Send postal
lO 1. v-.. ...........
It! JOU WU1IL VU Bl-ll JUUr OlU ICilluct wt-, .
pillows see me before jou sell: I pay highest
cash price In city. Joe. GOO N. Twelfth st.
PARTIES declining housekeeping, sec me before
selling furniture, pianos, carpets, etc.; will pay
hlgrest price. Wolf. 18 S. Eleventh. Phone C 465.
SECONDHAND furniture, stoves, etc, large
or small lots, bought at residence or stores; good
prices given br album. SZU Wash it.
.. . . ..II . .. .,., ..n.kn.. h,wta n
ROOMS rOR RENT.
Three Lires for Five Cents.
Each Ad litlonal Line Five Cents Lxtra.
ACCEITABLE to the Public 75 elegantly fur
nished rooms at 2no a daj. SI 50 a ivcen. and up.
ThcGrace. 414 Market st.
ALL desiring nice, tomfortable rooms, .,; a
d.ij . il.s .i week up While llou-t. southwest
corner Ninth and Pine, strictly nrt-i I iss.
BELL Ave., 2225 Elugant southern w m; pri
vate famllj , pneu to suit thi tirms, everj con
cnienee. BROAIWAY. 105 and 107 N. At the "Rest."
20 rooms, 2',c. Id rooms, J5c. 10 room:. "Jc per day.
BROADWAY, ins S Newly nnd neatly fur
nihed rooms, all modern conveniences; lor gen
CHCSTNI T St . 3-NewIy und neatly fur
nlFhtd rowUis; all ri de-n tonvenlenc-s, tran
sunls; 50 to I per night.
CIIESTNI T St.. 15ii7 Nicely furnished rooms
with tvvo meals and i-undaj- dinner, SI v.-crtk up.
short walk from wholesale district.
COOK Ave., 1130 Front room, neatly furnished,
for one or two gentlemen.
DAYTON St , 2520 One or two fumlFhed rooms
In strtctlj pu. ate family: nice, larg.- house;
line rooms, extellent neigiiborheod. cars close
bj . gentlemen preferred; eall and see them-
i:STON. 215 Two connecting rooms, unfur
nlshrd; watci and bath
ELEGANT furnished rooms, single or en
suite, all modern conveniences, good location,
strirtlj private, beautiful for e-ouple or two
gems, c 1..1. Republic
ELEVENTH St.. 1410 S. Two nicely furnished
frent rnoms for light housekeeping, water on
snrri- floor. S7.50.
ERICSSON. 260 Locust Apartments for gen
tlenun. lias ilbrarj, gjinnaslum. blcjcle, stable,
hot and eoid batns.
F7iTEENTH St.. 50' A N. Second-ston-. new
Ij papered room, private famllj-. ge-nt or house
keeping, $125 rer weel;
FINNEY Ave, 3734 Nleelv furnished recond
storj lO'ims, southern exposure; tath; all modern
convc"ienec-, irlvate family, reason ible.
FOURTH St , 708-710 S Ten rooms, newly pa
iend. painted, clean. firt-ela;3 condition, water
ir.ld vvlth or without furniture.
FRANKLIN Ave . 1246 (Entrance on Thirteenth
St.) Stiuiid-ric-or largo room for light housc-
"FRANKLIN Ave.. 2631 Nicely furnished, large,
cool s. rond-story front and other coorns. suitable
for gentb men. or will rent for housekeeping;
FRANKLIN Ave.. 1711-NIcelv- furnished, largo,
cool suite of two rooms, single or en suite,
private tamllj : tine location, all conveniences;
FRANKLIN. 2oiA Two large cool conn-ding
rooms, private famllj-, furnished complete for
housekeeping, fine location; southrn exaosjre,
all conveniences, reasonable.
GRAND Ave . 211G N. Nicely furnished second
story room, with board If desired; references re
quired. GAMBLE St.. 2Sl&-One or two large, cool
ro .ms, furnished complete, for gents or house
keeping; private famllj; desirable Iocaticn; no
children . reasor.ubie
GARRISON Ave., 216 S. Neatly furnished
seennd-htorv room, suitable for gent or lady;
bath and all conveniences: only S5 per month.
GAIIR1SON Ave.. 622 N. Newly furnished
fn nt and other rooms, all conveniences, nice,
quiet place; visitors to citj- accommodated; mod
" HiFkORY St.. 1S16 Nicely furnished room, see-
, .... 1,.- l, . ...!......... mil,...,.,, 1t t f
onu Hour, wim all com curiii.ci, , iruutiwi, . ...v.
T-t,I. T , , , ,T,- , l:,r CJ Ann.-u.l,a Tn,
Grove I'ark) Lov ely room; superior beard, gen
I.X BEACME St.. 91G Two newly furnished
rooms for rent for gentlemen. ,
IX)CrSTSt.rsil. Next to St. Nicholas Hotel
Rooms for gentlemen; hot and cold filtered baths;
electric light; furnace heat; terms reasonable.
LUCAS Ave", 2735 Nicely furnished room fcr
two ?ent; all conveniences.
LUCAS Ave.. 3137 Two unfurnished front
rooms; heat, gas, hot water; two adults.
MORGAN St., 2CEt Second-story front, nicely
furnished, soutfi exposure room; furnished for
NICELY furnished rooms for gentlemen: mod
ern Improvements; bath, toilet; hot and cold
water; gas: best part of East St. Louis. bW
.-., it. c. c yi- II ei,.nlaiai. nurlnr. nrt flrnt
and second tioors; also basement, for wor
OLTTYE St2C0J Hall room, southern exposure;
gas and batn, etc.
ni.iVR St. 1222 Nicely furnished rooms at
reasonable rates; also nice hall room.
OLIVE St., 232S Two nice rooms on second
floor, single or together, for gentlemen; all ccm-
"OLIVE St., 12UA Nicely furnished, cool
room; southern exposure; suitable for two or
three gents; gas and batia
OLIVE St.. 1320 (opposite Exposition) Desira
ble, newlv furnished front room; bath, lncandcs
tent lights, filter; reasonable.
PENDLETON Ave. 132J-Second-stotT front,
neatly furnished: hall room; modern conveni
ences: private family: no other roomers; very
SELBY I'lice. 1017, opposite e-arr i-arn -h-ly
furnlsliesl rooms in private family, furnished
completo for housekeeping; reasonable.
THOMAS St.. 2343 Three, two or live unfur
nished, large, cool front rooms In corner house;
southern exposure; water and bath.
"SIXTEENTH St.. SOD N. Nice, cool, furnished
looms. $2. $2.50 week; al-o hall room. SL
SPRING Ave., 4 N.. Corner Laclede Elegant
front room; southern and western exposure,
t.-th: suictij- prlvuto; $3 week; gentleman, or re
TWELFTH St., 1505 8. Second floor: four
rooms, attic, laundrj: $12. Apply downstairs.
VANDEVENTER Aie., "ISA N.. Near Delmar
Nlcelv furnished room: all conveniences': rea
sonable. WASHINGTON Ave., 1603 Newly furnished
rooms; southern exposure; all conveniences;
WASHINGTON Ave., 1501 Newly furnished
rooms for gentlemen only: 75c to $3 50 per week;
bath; lunchroom; nil conveniences.
WEBSTER and Dickson. N. E. Corners-Two
rooms, connected for housekeeping: also other
rooms, furnished or unfurnished; all conven
WEST CHESTNUT St.. 3019 Elegantly fur
nished front and other reoma single or en suite;
modern conveniences; reasonable.
WEST-Whlttier St.. 1027 IBet. Finney ana
West Belle) elegantly furnished room; private
famllj-; mod. conveniences, couple or gentlemen.
"WESTMINSTER Place, 3744 Twelve-room mod
ern house; $75 per month. Inquire) of Little
Hays, .I'.V. Fourth et.
YOUNG man to Join us In newly furnished
rooms: rent S1.75. G 111. Republic.
ROOMS WITH nOARD.
ARISTOCRATIC boarding; river blutTs, always
treezj- and cool; lovely home, front room, exten
sive grounds; entrance to front orchard. 47ua S.
Broaaw a J-.
AUBERT Ave., 767 Select privnte family con
ncconimodnte 2 gentlemen vvlth nicely furnished
front room, with or without board; moderate.
"CHOUTEAU Ave.. 1334 Nicely furnished
rooms, with or without board; hot and cold
CHOUTEAU Ave.. H57 Two nicely tumMisl
connecting rooms, single or en suite, complete
for housekeeping; ulso room with lirst-clasa
DELMAR BOULEVARD. 411S Furnished room,
with board; private family, no other boarders;
FINNEY Ave.. 3S0O Nicely furnished front
room In private family; one or t-vo boarders.
FINNEY. 2C54 Large pleasant rooms; nicely
fi:rnlhed; good board; private family; reason
able. GRAND Ave.. 2570 N. Tvvo elegantly furnished
front rooms: southern exposure: with or without
bcurd; room for carriages and four horses.
GRAND Ave.. 914 N.. The MncPherson Elegant
apartments; modern couvenienees; telephone,
smrker. parlors, choice culine; considering' ac
coT.modatlons. lowest rates in citj: luerilion un
surpa-sed; sis. ear linen, day board special rate.
LACLEDE Ave., 4051A A suite of two elegant
rooms for gentlemen, with or without breakfast;
"LOCUST St.. 2810 Very nicely furnished secord
nnd .bird story front rooms, tlrst-class table and
service; all conveniences, moderate terms.
LOCUST .t.. 2i)10 Elegantly furnished second
nnd thiid storv front, all conve-nlences; first
class board and service; verj moderate terms.
IX)CUST St., 20"'1 Nevvlj- furnished front and
other rooms, excellent board; large lawn: all
conveniences; visitors to city accommodated.
LOCUS'"? St7 2035 Desirable, wcll-furnlshed
front rooms; tlrst-class table and service; all con
veniences; location unexeelled; reasonable terms.
LOCUST St.. 15.0 and ltVrt-EIegantly furnished
fn nt nnd other rooms: first clas bo.srd: modern
ctnvcnlences; visiters to city accommodated: rea
LUCAS Ave.. 2211 One or two rooms, single or
en suite, with board, all conveniences.
LUCAS Ave.. 3iia Desirable furnished rooms;
self t board. m"dern conveniences; visitors to
citv- accommodated; moderate terms.
McI'HERSON Ave., 4245 Private famllj- de
rlivs four adults to board; first-cia's; references.
McI'HERSON Ave., 4115 Tvvo nicely furnished
or unfurnished adjoining front rooms; good
board; gents or couple without children.
NICE. large front room; will rent to accommo
date milliners, and also give board If wl3hed. 'A
OLIVE St.. 4010 Couple wanting handsomely
furnished rooms and board can secure same.
OLIVE St., 4205. "Barringer" Superior rooms,
en suite or separate: excellent table; good serv
ice: reicrence; can acvuiiiii.siu s.io us-.isicta.
n, Mn c tc-.l TVoct Ma rcell-f ilrnlshed
first-tloor front room, suitable for gent or
couple; southern, exposure: very reasonable)
"PAGE Boulevard. 4335--South front room: all
conveniences: to gentlemen or couple without
cnnarcn; very re-asonauic.
v..v..f . n- tn.iMnllv e,, nlthMl fnniM
with first-class bosxd; opposlts Lafav.tts Park;
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Three Lines for Flr Cents.
Each Additional Lire Five Cents Extra.
ROOII-3 "WITH HOARD.
I'lNF -t 2215 Select boarding; will accommodate-'
famllj . no objection to children; refcr
enee exchangi d
PINE st. 21'27 Strangers coming to city can
git "desirable well-fumlshed fn nt nnd other
mums! siiurnern e-viiosui--, i,i, w. msuuute
RUTGUI; St . 1005 Two nice. airy, second'
st.iv- room-; -outhern er"sure. verj cozlly fur
ni'hed. with orvvlthout botrvk
SARAH fct.. 716 N. Nlcelv- furnished front
mom. iverv eonvenience. private family; coupla
or gentlemen; board if eieslred, motlerat".
SARAH St.. 610 N- Two largo nicely fur
nishes! rooms, complete for light housekeeping;
lot and cold baths, all ce nvenlcnecs. $3.50 week.
SPRING Ave.. 51 N Neatly furn'shed room
on secopd floor; vvlth bord.
LRNON A-.e.. 5252 Want to board two or
three gentlemen: every convenience; telephone;
desirable location; references.
TOWER GROVE Ave.. 1610 Furnished rooms.
wtth board, for two gents; southern exposure.
WASHSt.. 1735 NIcelj- furnished, large, cool
frcnt and other room", with first-class board;
fcent'emen or nice enuples; southern exposure.
WASHINGTON Ave., 222S Nicely furnish
rooms, tlrst-class beard; $4 per week; baths.
WASHINGTON Rotil-vard anl Vandevent-,
N. E e'or Il"te. e-ornfort.ible. cool rooms, with,
or with-iut imaril. cafe connected: cars pass door.
"WASHINGTON Ave. 2322 Desirable. well-Citr-nNiieil
2d nnd 2el Kocr front, select lioard; iay
boarders aeconmodate ,1; nifHicrutt terms.
"WASHINGTON Ave.. 15oilNcwly furnished
roe ins for gentlemen only; 75c to J2.o0 per week;
bith. Iunchrconr. all conveniences.
WASHINGTON Ave. 23. The Alma Desira
ble, eeol rooms, excellent board-all conveniences!
d..j- boarders "ccom-nodated; mmlerato terms.
WASHINGTON Ave. 2W7' j Larg"." w etl-fur-nishtd
front room, southern exposure: for gents
or couple; visitors to cltj accommodated! ery
"tVHINGTON Av e, sToO Select boarding:
will take five or six more gentlemen: front
rooms; daj lioarilers accommodated; reafonabls
"WASHINGTON Ave.. 1316-Deslrablej, nice.
corl rooms, vvlth first-class table; all conveni
ences, visitors to city accommodated; very rea
sonable. WEST BELLE Place, 4:i Nicely furnljhed
rcom with board.
WEST BELLE Place. 4300 Nicely furnlshol
room, with first-class board, by day or week.
"tVFST BELLE Place. 4024 "Victoria" Far
nlshed rooms; excellent table; near Suburban
cars; summer rates; da- boarders accommodate,!.
WEST ""CHESTNUT "it2'2S- Largo sccond
storv front room; suitable for couple, or theo
gentlemen; vvlth first-class beard; ail convetil
ROOMS AXD DOARD "WASTED.
ITJENISHED ROOM? WAN-rEIV-One slesp
lng room, one ruljoinlnir room, for light house,
keepinir. neir Goodfeliovr ave.. state terms. Ad
dress W7 Ge-odfellow ave. Clarkon.
ROOMS WANTED Two furnlshel or tmfur
nisheel rooms, near Easton and Euclid. Apply at
Cremer Phar.. Easton and Euclid.
TWO good rpoms and good table boaftl for
lady and two gentlemen; references exchanged ;
southern part of town, east of Grand ava; pre
ferred: price not to exceed $20 per week. Ad
dress oartlculars to command attention to Z 117.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
OFFICE. Apply at Mulkey McHale. 22a Ml
KENNETT Place. 1S20 Two-story ar4 man
sard, containing 11 rooms; In good order; $35 to
APARTMENTS, FLATS, ETC.
GARRISON Are.. 60S S.Three largs roc s-newlj-
papered; second Coon; largs yoxfl, oelloA
ST. CLAIR. 1517
Four-room Hat. with screens.
A PLEASANT home, good land, west of city
three miles; fruit, the best wateri rest cheap
Lydlk. 1028 Franklin ave,
J3T0 at once, on good ptrsonal se)enritv frota
private party, at 8 per cent.
e. TO. Jtepubllq.
MAN of S3 with thorough business e-rtwrtsne!
has $5,0"O to S3.0-Q to Invest In soma paylne busU
ness; no manufacturing wanted; ofnes business)
pref erred; advertiser to becomo active. M 169
PARTNER WANTED-With $200: $75 montH
guaranteed; well-established. legitimate btnSL
Call E. M. laiwarda. 919 Olive ot room 2.
PAItTNER at once with J2.000 tcTk an Itv
terest in hardwood sawmill in Southeastern Tex
as; a splendid chance to step Into a paylnr bust
nesa. Y 21J;. Republic
FERSONS wishing to dispose of thetr betstness.
city or country, for cash, desiring additional can!
ltal or partner, also promote patents, consult
Williams & Willis. 3 -SIS Fultertoa bulldln.
CASH for uncanceled postal cards, coins, post
age stamps; premium coin list. 10c St. Louis
Stamp and Coin Companj-. 709 N. Eighth st
PnnDCDAPC A11 kinds bought nnd sold all
bUUrtnAU- year round. Geo. Brueckmann"
wwwi -unwe. , anJ Va!eQtlne !tB "-
JOB printer, with complete outfit, wants floor
space, with power for one press. In exchangs tot
work; centrally located. L 54. Ropubllc
FOR cash, five acres of land near city eo
line. Address E. J. N.. 3230 Frisco ave.
World's Fair Rabbitry
Ml UJVt. ST.
oil ,j ui..ii ii. a.i. . i.
din diiu maiivei oi. Mgonis naniSDs.
rOULTRY", EGGS, ETC.
TRIZE barred FIvmouth Rock eggs; hens and
springs for sale. Otto Schumacher. Sf24 N. Third.
BOOKS I want to buy 'aw.medlcal other good
tooks. John Llnahun. bookseller. Sixth & Market.
DOGS, CATS, PETS.
VOX terrier pups, very handsome ard fine brad.
for sale cheap ijlS Cote lirllliante ave.
FINE Mexican rarrcts, Japanese goldfish,
globes, pigeons, rabb.lp, cages, seed, etc.; cheap
l.cuis Dclckmann, 20 S. Fourth st.
I'OR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
j-'N SxlO Peerles3 Camern and a No. 3 Bees;
lens, both in perfect order; cheap. Bishoo
Stkelo. 150.J Washington ave.
BUY your secondhand building materials frota
American Wrecking Co., Vandcventer and Ea.
ELEGANT Brunswick pool and billiard tables,
sell or rent reasonable: also all kinds of suii
plles on hand. J. L. Fowler. 1321 Market st.
FRUIT How to can without cooking If "no
a, Ids used; recipe guaranteed for 25c. Address
Ciu'.ncy Graves, room Zl OgJen House. Council
I MAKE jour own fire extinguisher, 10c each
, never freezes, wcrk while you sleep; one will
sTriorher r. tire, fnrmtll.i. nnrl .Mm. ,.nn o-- .
I Wood. SOS Mound St., Cincinnati. O.' "
PHYSICIAN'S suruical chair; new 'Harvard.'
cheap; has all tho latest improvements and la
perfect order. Doctor Rush. 15o3 Washington ave.
ATTENTION Picturei Enlarged at reduced
prices. 1'inrnts to order. I'hoto Buttons, all styles
Work guaranteed. Ljdlk Art Co.. U23 FrannIinT
"CLAVIER, cheap; used only a few times; earn.
as new. Z 134. R.subllc.
"gENTI.EMEN'S solid gold Waltham watchl
pawned $21 recently: ticket. $5. O 102. Republic.
"FaWNED for J45. laelies diamond brooch; sell
ticket for $5. H 77. Republic.
To Republic. Want Ads.
May Be Left
'A.t Nearest Drug Store.