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THE -REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1900.
AGENTS WANTED Oklahoma, free homes. ;
Franklin ave. city.
AGENTS WANTED To sell -Shoo Skeeter";
houso to house; great seller; Lie rrouts. 23)
AGENTS for household necessity; e-ay seller;
no cash required. Adjress C A. Eced, it Fulton
V.., .., IVIO'
.... , I . . Illl T. ...-t.1.w, !,,
ance; quick teller and large commission. 417
Pine St., room b.
AGENTS WANTED-Ji duly selling Kofene
Coffee; every family buys, inclose stamp. Hoose
Co . Corydon, Ind.
AGENTVVANTEDl-Enenretle agent by one of
the largest Insurance companies; must have ref
erences. T til. Republic
AGENTS" WANTED-Caiivra'gn buttons; while
they last J1.30 per gross, samples 6c superior
life. Co.. Belleville. 111.
AGENTS I offer greatest moneymaker out;
double our Income; iw capital required. Win. II.
1'arrand. It. Galveston. Tev.
AGENTS WANTEIe--To handle campaign but
tons; send for catalogue; simple, dozen, inc. St.
Louis Button Co.. st lcum. aio.
a T WT . 1 nnt. 1.ini' rwtf .inT& PAntl '
Aiw'Udio iiuiti; ii.u-rj mi'" ..-.
IW. Sue; 23. lie; novelty and wedding cards. Quick
fccnlca Printing Co.. 1207 Ollvo st
AGENTS To handle campaign buttons: send
10c for samples and price list. Crescent Art
Studio, 1S1 b. Eroadaa). St. Louis.
AGENTS Imp. self-heating sidlrons: oulck
paying sellers: i2u) monthly, easy, convenient
economical. Johnston Co.. Qulncy. III.
AGENTSVANTEf-5lustlers make 1'A) before,
election selling our great campalcn book; write
quick. Central Publlblrg Co.. St. Louis.
AGENTS-HVANTEIV Incandescent gasoline
lamps, JI.5J; mantels. Sc. write for catalogue.
Eckerle Electric Co., 216 N. J"ourtesntht.t
A1ib.M& Diarc Iran onji-r utlirea it ........
on business principles, also buy and sell patents
lor us. lupld Introduction Co.. Chicago.
AaENTS-WANTErStrettrien. fakers, Bryan
photos. Jl per 100: Ji per l.tsW; samples. 13o la
stamps. Carter Hook Co.. 211 3. Broadway.
Ar.pT5 st nileitv Gasoline Mantle Lamps
cheap; send adJre-s for Qualities, prices, photo
engravings; nice girl. Morey. LaGrange, III-
AGENTS Article of unusual merit: nicest
awards: government Indorsement: naif muuoa
old. Agency Dept. 312. " William. N. x.
AGENTS We pay 20 a week and expenses to
rnen or women with rigs to introduce our poul
try remedy. Excelsior Mfg. Co.. Parsons. Kas.
AGENTS WANTED Agents, itreetmen: song
books M per 100: latest hits; hot sellers; samples
tree. Carter Bock Co.. 311 S. Broadway. SuLoula.
AGENTS WANTET-fn-.palgri club badges
rind buttons; special desieus made to order; send
5r samples, Haskell. Mfr.. Cli line. St. Iguls.
AGENTS WANTED-Ladles and gentlemen:
K-ch's medicated vapor bath cablet: J""9
coixmlsslon to agents. Trlsch. .Mfr.. " N. Igatn.
AGENTS-Male and female; best seller on
earth; Just out, sold In every house; big profit.
sens iveu. . tiuuu. - ,4ii.w. r, "
. ... ... . 1 L..,.n.is. 1AV
candidate; U per luO, samples i pink stamp.
Carter Itooi and News Co.. Ml S. Uroadway.
. ..... ... . &.H.-!. .. V. f M 10
cUanlnir wall paper: this and a book containing
oier SiO formulas for 12 cents. Monarch iSnis.
Co.. si. iouis.
. . . ... . .... .. .1... n4 rtOnlfnr
work, no rddllnK: b!e inducements; new con
tract. II. A- Bradford, room 1M. ComrcercUI
bunoing. M. UB
. ....w. ... . -.i-r knnK In mrnp emlfltV
In Missouri for the beri accident and sick
beaent pollcv wrl'ten. 31. J. Chatitrton. Supt.
cf Agts.. tei-alia. H'j.
"AGENTS WANTED To handle our standard
coodn; also latest campaign novelty: gjods un-eo,us!-J
sellers, write for terms. C & T. ills.
Co.. FprinaneiG, .aias.
... -....fKi-r-k ... hanrtta TJrtVnl
-VVbtto ilepl riatfr. compete ftrmuUs vlth in
llcTgan t.,t. Louis
agents" lhWlJut the South tand West for
Chemist. 3111 i-uens ae.
. . .. . ..-n .l. mwrttt n.hTl4r.
UENT5 11.1.MI.1'-rt-c ....v.. ---.
rlrran and Roan-Sttvenson. Iockery-Lee; real
IotofrHi campaign button". Century Noielty
Co.. Hox S St. Luls. Mo.
. -Mb-i . .. 4 ., vVtltK mat al
fAUC,. 13, we P-l vil jnniitu """ "- -
rUter xnaterial mtuch to rUto .0 dazen pleoes
arch Mnfg Co , M. Louis. Mo.
AGENTS wanted !n every county to sell Mols
san diamond studs; splendid profits; only Perfect
ImlUlion of genuine diamond; terms mailed Ire.
-. . a J tr-nnff 1
JtlOlSMin ilOIUUna VU-. Utifcv-
. :-.. l... ..tirl.. i--rt.- Tlrll-
Ait.i IT liT' HM'HHliJ rctlttlB ,,i.t.v.
Uant Gasllett llurner; Ilts kerosene lamps; beau
tiful gaslluut without chimney; saroplo tree. Ln
ttrprise iffg. Co . A SI. ClncinnaUJJ;
"AGENTS s'll our aluminum card case and
csrds. ao our Dun letters, big profit-, clean
work circulars and samples free. Hunker Ptg.
Co.. brpt. K, liunKer bldg., KanMCltyilo
"" AGENTS-We will send ycu one dosen. assorted
McKlnley and Hrjan badges for .wo dimes: 10J
trxJay. American No.elty Workw. Kokomo. Ino.
AGENTS to'H our rubber collare. cuffs,. -neck-tl8
and fhlrt front?; rrfect Imitation of 1'nen;
1J at isht. ttna 2c fcrfcamrle collars cr neck
tie Thread Oty Collar CO., 13 DenaUt bulWlaK.
..r-xiwBi ti I'T v . ?nrTlll1 Ttv
AUUA 1 w 4 t-J viwvi. tv.-. -
furanc order mn wntc3; afien'j who can pro
duce bualnbs; best contracts and choice tern
tory. Arply Crescent Lite Aisociatloc. East M.
. .... ii i.i... v. i.a i, a t-iu-.l 1 1 1 ni.ir.
antee to stmlghton kinky nro hair Nwlr
alt pront and m!1b en rfehtj Y11!.,.105 i
Chemical Co.. Richmond. Va., for territory and
. . ....- .i MiHhulm Yirhsl
AUI-rvia uur juicit-m"n j-mu'c" .
tics are m"neymakcrs: automat'c badges: match
safes, buttons,, souvenir r-ns. etc: send ror
catalogue. Afumlnum Novelty Co.. 325 Broad-
ivay. rvew lorn.
yj GENTS WANTED To handle our late lm
iroved gasoline lamrs. mantles, chimneys,
i hades, aas burners, eic-: satisjacuun jjuain,.
teed or money refunded. A. E. Qleason & CO.,
1C15 Ollva st,St. Louis. Mo.
AGENTSWANTED Ever where to sell as a
.l1e line on commission tho well-known Koyal
Pepsin Stomath Bitters. For pattlculars address
L. A. Schsrff. St. Louis. Ma, solo agents In
tho United States and Canada
AGENTS- We want one good agent In every
county that Is net already taken) to sell the
flrest line of family medicines ever soM; no ex
perience necessary; big money for anvone . Ad
dress ltellanco Mfdlcal Co.. Dept. K. Detroit.
Atil-,.i Ir liUJniii w-r rmm-w .uv-..-
descent por gas lamps; simplicity itself: me
chan'cally perfect: mo"t fconomlcaU quickest
lighter. Ludvvle burners fit any lamp and wo
guarantee not to cleg. Ludwlc MTg- Co., Kansas
AGENTS-Best line novelties. trlck. puziles.
pencil pocket, lighter, cal-xeyed needles; fast
selling, domestic goods, etc: Illustrated cata
logue: sample lie. Union Mfg. Agents Supply
Co.. Haworth. N. J.
AGENTs'tVANTED JI0 dolly made by agents
s-lllrg our Claim File: usd by sviery merchant
and physician: no competition: permanent em
ployment; exclusive territory given. If you can
sell an article of merit writs Sayers & Co.. D
H. 0S Olive at. St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS on salary or commission: the greatest
agents seller ever produced: every user of pen
and Ink burs It on sight; 30) to &) per cent prof
it; one agent's sales amounted to $20 In six
days; another 333 in two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co.,
X 41 La Crosse. Wis.
. b t fU -hATa v.ab InAn.
AGENTS WANTED A few good agents to
represent tho Union Life insurance Co.; our
new plans are first-clns. with tho best of con
tracts: live arents can make money with early
promotion to the right men for St. Joe and Se
dalla; other good territory. Call or address A.
II. Beckwlth. Manager. 3U Benolst building.
ACENTS WANTED ThorouEhly reliable- agents
In every country town to rcDresent us nlaclnir our
goods with business houses and selling also direct
to consumers a fire lino of goods and ready sell
ers; write us and we will make you business
proposition that will pay you well. Laumann
Ta')l Company, Holland building, Et Louis. In-
Close stamp lor reiy.
AGENTS WANTED Male and female; wa
bandle teas, coffees, spices, extracts and bak
ing powders, and we want our p-oods sold in
every town within a radius of 500 miles cf St.
Louis. If you ar responsible, wo will set !iou
up In business without cost to you. and will
enable you to make good money. Fr full par
ttculars address tn Great Western Coffee ana
Tea. Co.. a t-Tanann ave.. r-u acquis, jvio.
ifiRNTS ran make J1W ner month selling Yo-
semlte Crystals, made from the famous Yosemlte
Spring water; two tableepoonfuls after each meal
cures catarrh and all stomach trouble: you can
build up nice trade; your customers can have at
home the cams results that would cost
thm hundreds of dollars to visit the Springs:
send SOc for a box cf the, Crystals that wo will
mall you for a ten days' trial Crystal Ox, HI
Bauchet at.. Lo Angeles, CaU
AGENTS "WANTED Flying Peacock: Just Im
ported: has created enormous sensation: Die
seller for street fairs, country fairs, picnics and
political rallies: 18 Inches long, bright colored
tinsel-tipped wings, genulna peacock feather tall;
IS big value; Sh6wS big value; sample post
paid, 1C with our K-rag catalogue of ,n.YeI
tles. puiilcs, household and offlco specialties.
Smith & Smith. 130-132 Dearborn St., Chicago.
ANOTHER new patent; JJ5 per day guaran
teed you; free outflt to start fight to work.
uianaxn aisg. v.. .tv, wuvut. w
. .... . . ...... t ... ...V...A.4 ..-l.nT In.
alii proms nanuiins h;bi uiiwtu f.- -
lamp; sella at sight; beats ttrMty.chaxt
than kerosene: retail J up; 12 different stiles:
exclusive territory. Standard .Lamp Co.. manu
BOOK AGENTS Engineers and firemen prs
terred. Geo. A. Zeller. Publisher. St. Louis. Mo-
rTT Ttri hnti. ift nt tmv niuiorted. sent
prepaid for jl.IS. National Button Company. VOX
, llorton place, St. Puis.
riVfPllnV hnllnnn! everv VlnA in StOCkl bUt-
fnn marie fcr rlrbs! send for Circular. Riley
Mfr. Co.. 615 Locust st. St. Lcals.
citroiTntf Oi-m-iIh n... ksmiprfl. badires.
torche, caps. etc: IC aESoned buttons, -Jl a"
tionai company, uox 3. au lcu".
COPYRIGHTED gamo: patriotic, instructive,
axnuslcg; will cell outright or on royalty: a-."
moneymaker. Address M- A. Holland. Bloom
win scents and direct mall orders from small
Western towns, not reached by dallies. ,dv
tlsa In the MAIL ORDER MOJTOILY MAXJA- .
ZINE. St. Paul. Minn.; resulta will surprise youj
Sroven clrculauon S59.0M: fifteen cenU nei wcrt.
m? ." iftg'nt.s '! eTery locality in United
S S i?J5SKnt . ,arB? cncn.' appointing
wTfhn lric.tl,r faIary b-, "t !i5 per month.
r-aVk o'v'e?.raNew I'gF" "aM' V 197
ncinAT ncT 07erea "ch customer;
agents reaping harvest with our new photo tlck
Uayjcry nlght.3urlllo. ui, olive il
T .vn- -i .v.. .. --
InTro:inHn- iTit- jm?.n N-152 "Ml six month-t
S.l!?h ,!& "?"1ada Marvel Waterproof, shoo
v?,. iw Jf;8?1"."1?' ""T1 anl Wack. Why not
i?n .n",nw,,'tt.,"5 5amP' fee. Holladay & C..
rMmJ-jsMonroe St., Chicago, sole- manf-,
Tate'0 kJPt? TSJtVANTED - To selPMraZ
imiM Jii'lS.Il mM"8 and Natural Beautlflers;
t 21flnlJilr can make " the way from $21
iSn- -LWwmior raof.'' ."" depend, on the ner-
. fi'tfT-ia'iri-..". -
-- -.vinivn aye., vnicago.
T.1-ATJV ... Mi t " T . . '
,,T""" "."" mirrors ana make nig money
at home; pirtlculirs for stamp. l Macnuwteis.
!- 3. I-catur. 111.
rH-'t,l''una.UEK-Men "i womvn to take
prden frr good requlre.1 in everv r.ou-e!iol1:
large proflt. sieady work. T. M. 'Sajman. St.
MAGNETIC HEALING J-OMl'LETE-WondTr-fui
b.xk. llBhlnlr.g ir-thj.1. anv one nn larn.
Jou-ral free. Address National School. Carrollton.
Ni.U tlck.tv, new prize. bc.t monrym.iker nn
?Ji. ';e'""rll'lng free, iiay every night. Munllo.
m uiive st
SENECA Filter Co.. Seneca Ma., mfrs. Water
Filters; men with ability make money selling
SOLE and heel protestors (patent in-ndlng);
preserve: Khoes ears. elist c, nol-flcs. Invis
ible. Indetructlble; far outvviar ruhlr h-els
and Iron plates; quickly and iermantntly at
tacbsd by any one to any shoe, uni reciilenti-d
sales; exclusive territory, $10 to ir. dally; out
fit and samples, prepaid. lo Bradley Mfg. Co.
HI Kenton St.. Cincinnati. O.
STARK Nursery pays cash weekly If sou sell
Stark trees. Louisiana. Mo.: Danville. N. T.
STATE AGENTS WANTED-4-t. Iuls or
SprlncfleM. Mo.; for particulars address G. F.
Atwcll, 12 Chestnut St.. Su Louis, Mo.
STREETMEN We have money-getters for
fairs, tlonout". picnics; samrle Ova flak stamps.
Carter Book Co.. Zll S. Broadway.
STT.EETMEN. Faker. Gold"" teeth: fastest
selling novelty out; samples five 2c stamre. Car
ter Book Co.. 311 S. Broadway. S. Ia)uI.
TWO wonders of the p'ant kingdom. "Living
P.ork" and "Slrmpravlva" plants; one agent
filing LW a week. Border Imp. Co. Box C.
San Antonio. Tex.
WANTED Lndy agents to sell Mexican drawn
work handkerchiefs, dollies, resurrection plants.
cacti, etc Border Imp. Co . Box C, San An
WANTED Drummers who are now traveling:
sell our canned soda and two grade baking pow
der: grocers direct: good commission. It. T.
Koyal Soda Wks.. Louisville, Ky.
WANTED Agents to handle "Thunder Canes"
for campaigns; great noiso; harmless; b ier
cent profit: sample, express raid. vc; ii caps
with cane. E. U. Palmer. Detroit. Mich.
J10 dally; no failure; newest, greatest celling
household necessities ever produced; big assort
ment; samples free. Bradford & Co., E 72, Cln
$25 to $30 dally easily made by our live agents,
men or women, selling our Jatest novelty cam
paign waterproof neckties; goods entirely new
and patented: agents delighted; sale unlimited:
what others do you can do: time Is short; write
to-day and secure exclusive territory: ruaranUel
best seller. Address, with stamp. M. & M.
Manfg. Co.. Dept. C. Springfield. Mass.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Knights' stick pin Finder will be lib
erally rewarded at 2(32 Olive.
LOST Orevhound pup. black and white bitch.
Return to &M Olive st. and receive reward.
LOST Tilack purse, containing crucifix and
money. Please return to 1221 Taj lor and get re
ward LOST Near Exposition building, a rlaln col
orwl Jacket. Reward If returned to Exposition
building, room 309.
LOST Femnle hound, black and white with
tan hrart, hazel eves. RewHrd if returned to
C. Morris. 3723 N. Twentieth su
"STRAYED-On Friday night, from W4 Cleve
land are., one Gordon setter dog, about 8 months
eld; answ-rs to name of Punch. Finder will con
fer a favor bv notifying J. I. Farlsh. at above
address or at Republic offlco; no reward.
Fifteen Cents Ter Line.
ADVICTJ on Ufa's affairs; Udlcs only; woman's
"CLAIRVOYANT, Medium Advice on aff-Ura
cf life and business; charges. 2Sc 035 Easton.
MISS-JESSIE MAJER. Medium Test circle
Monday. 2 to 4; magnetic healing. 2SM Easton.
"MRS. A. CROWLEYTfortune teller; satisfaction
In business and family affairs. 912 N. Broadway.
MRS. BADARACCO. rredlum, clairvoyant and
magnetic healer: all diseases cured without medl
rlne; chronlo case a specialty; sittings daily.
23 Easton ave.
jrtl Mme. La Veta. Call or send fl ar-1
.UsT- date birth It In trouble. She Is
patronized from far and near: has a wide repu
tation throubcut the Unlttd States, 233 S. Beau
moat St.. St. Louis.
MRS. DR. 3PEER
Z13 CASS AVENUE.
Reveals everything you wish to know In Tcganl
to jour future; tells your name In full: gives
advice In securing your desires In love, marriage;
reuniting separated; property, family troubles,
rraterlallzlng of sex. removes all obstructions
that may retard success and happiness. If you
have been unsuccessful In gaining ynur special
desires, call on this gifted lady; she will llchten
the burden that oppresses you. Parlors arranged
so you meet no strangers. Fee. (",00 and $1. Call
early and avoid waiting. Hours, la. m, to 8
p. m. No elgn.
ALL the a desiring help or seeking situations
may register with the Free Emplovment Bureau
cf the State Labor Bureau of Statistics, S35 Cen
tury building. Situations and help furnished
liee of charge. Tel. Klnloch B 17i7.
COLORED laborers for railway construction
woik In tho Indian Terrltoty; wages J1.5P lo
ll.CS per day: board J2.S0 and tl per week: rail
road fare advanced. State Free Employment
Bureau. 31 Century building.
COOK WANTED Male cook for bcarding
Icuse: $6. State Free Employment Bureau. 133
COOK WANTED A female cook for boarding
house: M) per month. Mate Free Employment
Bureau, 835 Century building
COOK WANTED Woman for boarding-house
to cook and help In dining-room. State Free Em
ployment Bureau. 83! Century building.
DISHWASHER WANTED A man to wash
dlsbcs and attend horse. Slate Free Emplovment
Bureau, 835 Century building.
GIRL WANTED Girl to do house and dining
roemwork. State Free Employment Bureau, 8J3
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young girl to a.lst
with ousework and nursing; $12. State Free Em
ployrnent Bureau. 835 Century building.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A woman to go
to country as nousekeeper. State Free Employ
ment Bureau, 83S Century bulldlns.
IIOUSEWOMAN WANTED-Middle-aged wom
an to do general housework. State Free Em
plojment Bureau. 833 Century building.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged Swede
woman for general housework, to go to country
town. State Free Emploj ment Bureau. S3S Ccrf
tury building. "
KITCHEN GIRL WANTED Girl to do kitchen
work In restaurant. State Free Employment Bu
reau, 835 Century building.
LABORERS WANTED Brickyard laborers
Immediately. State Free Employment Bureau, 835
MAN WANTED Colored man for private place
to take care of horse and cow. Stats- Free Em
ployment Bureau. 835 Ctntury bulldltg.
NURSEWANTED-OlrI as nurse" for child.
State Free Employment Bureau. 835 Century
B""J Drug Store
K want ads.
MORE WANT ADS. Were Printed
in The Republic in August, 1900,
than in August, 1899,
A GA1W OF 52.
ALL the late 50-cent music at 2 rent. See
u ixfoie purchasing. Row De Yens H. Co.. 1101
AI.L the lat W-cont mule nt 2i) cents. Si
u Kfore purihufclm;. Rola Del one A. Co.. IVii
A IlKlJlM:lNa&DlEIIt. F.:iiHrerorth$2i.
this vvteK for le i than unc-Lalr Its valae. ut
1W1 St LcuU ave.
"AlVLL-O" and "Pevrlev pneumatic piano
Placrk. bt and latest on tho market, cash or
lime; daily conorts.
K1ESELHORST PIANO CO..
VH Olive st.
BAItGAIN A slightly u-ed upright piano, war
ranted live years, ror iVfj. in m. Louis ave.
BEAUTIFUL mahogany upright 1 lino, as good
as new. Une tone and rich ctt, $175. F. G.
Smith. Manufacturer, 1012 olive st. A. 11 Whlt
BRADBURY Piano Catalogue price 5500; has
been usd thrco months, and 1 now- offtred for
$2Ct); large lze and alt Improvements. Don't
miss this rare chance. K. G Smith. Manufac
turer. Ull Ollvo st. a. E. Whllaktr, Msr.
CABINET grand upright piano. Emergen make;
ccst JSOo- sweet tone, good conJlllon; sacrifice;
$125. Call li; i'h.o st.
CASH paid tor secondhand band Instruments
and double bass violins. Tony J. plarht, 10u3
EMERSON piano., full scale, top and bottom
moldings, excellent condition , unlv Sli. rah or
tlma KlESELHOllaT PI VNO Co..
1 Olive tt.
EXCURSION prices on secondhand pianos from
$) up; everv riano guarantee-1 to te in perfect
condition; Decker Bros., Emerson. Singer. Kra
kauer. Great Union. F. O. stoner. St Li-ul Pi
ano Co.. etc.; cash or time. O. A. Field 1'iano
Co., 110! Olive tU
HAVE jou hard the new scale VOSE piano?
Have you seen their new ani artistic cases? The
Vose piano pltases the eye, dellgl.ts the tar. and
we satUfy vou in the price; catu or time, exclu
sively represented by O. A. Field Platjp Co.. EuS
HEAR "Missouri Girl"; to hear Is to sins It.
For sale at Grard-Leader and music-houses.
IF j cur piano need tuning, send us the order:
we guarantee cur work ns we do net ..mo-v-y
cheap tuners. O. A. Held Piano Co.. IluS Olive st.
LARGE, beautiful mahegany caso upright pl
cr.o at a sacrifice, for c oh only. leaving city.
233A S. Eighteenth St.
NEW Planoe In tt-c celobrate.1 Bradbury rSaVe,
with a record t.f seven term in the White
House, the popular Webster. Whlttl'r and Hcn
nlne makes. and a h..st of other". Being manu
facturers on a large scale, with three factories,
the largest case factory In the vvorl 1. and vvaie
rocms In nearly all of tnn large cities, we are
In a position to gtve you uncaujled Inducement
In variety cf stvles nni close prices. We claim
to be able to save you 54 to 310e frcm what
you woul-1 be charged by regular dealers. Call
and we. the beautiful new soles now arriving,
and with every piano purchawd we give a gujr
anteo as good as United States bond O.
smith. Manufacturer. 1U3 Ollvo st. .. E. Whlt
ONE handsome, large, line, rrscwood-rase up
right piano, slightly awd, $115. Monday only.
Kleseinor.1 -tano eo.. yn vine ec
O. A. FIEI.Ii PIANO OU will rent -cu a bet
ter piano for the money than nny store In town;
a jear"a rent apt He to rurchasc. O. A. Flell
Ilann Co.. 1105 Olive st
ORGANS This week we wish to rlose out a
few organs we have taken In exchange, tome
of which are as good at new and very fine In
strrjnenta. We will offer them fcr ls than
halt cost and at price, from $15 to $. Don't
ml-s this If you wish a genuine bargain. I. Jl.
Smith. Manufacturer. 1J12 Olive st. . K. vnjt
e-tx-i- i.e . utn
Apply at iJSSA Clark ave.
n-K snnnre tilanns nt $23. 135. t'J). $S ind
hlcncr, at jour own terms. T. Bahnsen, 1ZJZ
GENUINE Sohmcr square. In excellent condi
tion, must be sold this week. Apply at 1M1 St.
Xouls a ..
"LOWELL TUTNAM. teacher violin, mandolin,
guitar, banjo; largest exierience: lnstruinerts
loaned free, sold and exchanged, lessons Wcea.cn.
MANDOUNS and Kultars. To reduce our
stock we will close them out at cost. Rott. Do
Yong & Co.. 1103 Olive st. '
MANDOLINS and guitars. To reduce our
stock we will close them out at cost. Robt. De
Ycng ; Co.. 1I0S Olive tt.
"MANDOLIN and guitar lsson. 25c: quick,
thorough course; instruments loaned free, for
sale or exchange. Miss Putnam. 1121 Leonard
"iilSS BUTLER. Pst gra.Iuate of Beethoven
Conservatory, desires pupils on piano. rl. Cook.
ONE 71-3-octave upright idano. $115; one 7J-3-octave
upright rlano, $12Q: standard make. G.
Groteguth. li N. Twelfth rt.
TIANO tuning. Jl.U; long experience; 1,0 o ref
erence". John Stark. 2615 Laclede ave.
PIANO Want to sell my rlne Chlckerlng up
right piano for cash; mahogany case; only used
a few months: very cheap .f taxen this week.
Call at 317 Kraus St.. Carondelet.
PUI'ILS for piano. Sc a le.son. SCO Cottage
RENT rlano. $3.M to $J for choice new up
rights, secondhand rnuih less: rent credited on
purchase. KIESKL110RST l'XANo CO.,
Sit Olive st
RENT P!ano-$I. J2. S3 and $4 per month: el
giT.t Instruments: rent allowe.i If purchased. 1 .
;. hmlth, Manulacturcr, 1412 Olive it. A. E.
V I ltaker.Msr.
SEVERAI. secondhand world-renowned "Kim
ball" pianos at griat bargains; tah or time.
Kicselhorst Piano Co.. 5I Olive st.
SQUARE piano, with cover. Mrs. rake, 2615
N. Eleventh st
SQUARE rianos Closing them out this week
to make room for fall stock now arriving; $53,
$T5. , $93. $103, up to $125. Bradburv. Chlck
crlng" and other nrt-chwH makes. This is a
fine chance to get a good piano for little inonev.
F. G. Smith. Manufacturer, 1012 Olive tt. A. E.
THE Newbv & Evani. a high-grade artlstle
plane; the price Is right; for salo only at 1W1
St. Louie ave.
THE Sohmer pianos hae meritoriously gained
the unqualified Indorsement of the muical sic--
clausts; zor sale oniy hi iii si. iouis ave.
TITNINtl and repairing bv experienced factorv
workmen; reasonable charges; prompt and cour
KIESELHORST PIANO CO..
311 Olive st.
UPRIGHT piano, rather odd and I'cullar stIe;
good enough to itr.ictle on: $23; cash or time.
KIESELHORST PIANO CO..
i 14 Olive st.
UPRIGHT Pianot Wo have a number of
slightly used secondhand upright plano-t that
we wl.h to dote cut to make room for iur fail
stock of new plinos. now arriving. We will
ntTer them this week r.t 1S1 to $225. GabUr.
Bradbury. Wheelock a-d other makes it will
p-ay ou to call and examine the-e, as every one
is gu-irantecd and worth much more than what
we are asking for them P. G. Smith, Manufac
turer. 1012 Olive . A. E Whltaker. Mgr.
WE have a Reglna music box which we
will sell fur $10 this week. Robt. DeYong & Co..
-US Olive st.
WE have an elcgint assortment of slightly
useo. upright pianos, fill guaiantce-d. In flrsti It-s
order, at verj low terms; HO to 1J30. T. Bahn
sen, 1522 Olive st.
WE have a $) Reglna music lx which we
will Mil for $10 this week. Robt. DeYong & Co..
110S Olive st.
WHEN In need of anything in the musloTlna
see ui before purchasing. Robt. DeYong & Co.
llu Olive st.
A PIAXO IS Till: IIOUSi: nmkci It
more homelike anil clieerfnl. It reati
the tired father nnel the weary moth
er) It brifthtena nnd etlucntea the
children. A good l'Inno Ih a Ilfelanrr
AN KSTEY riANO combine nil the
points necear- to a perfect instru
ment. Thousands of families) hnre
been made happy by bnylnsr them
thonsianda more Trill be. Our prlcca
and terms are right.
. THE ESTDV CO.,
910 Olive Street.
ill ' i j tt n virLraix3
WH17N In need of anything In the mutta lino
se us before purchasing, llobt. DeYong & Co.,
il'jS olive st.
WHY pay 2 cent' for the late popular music
when wo sell it for 207 Robt. DeVont & Co.,
1101 Olive St.
WHY pay 2'. cnts for the late popular mu-lc
when wo sell it for 207 Robt. DeYong & Co.,
11U Olive st.
S5 buvs full-sire piano; cost 135; stoe.1 and
cover. 14H N. Sixteenth st.
$123 will buy a fine upright piano; mahogany
case; full size; good as new. 3302 S. Jefferson ave.
$.50 buss a Lester upright grand piano: new
rcale: hlchest grade In the world. Stell & Mxtcr,
1414 N. Sixteenth St.
$i buys a good square piano. In line condition;
stool and scarf; fully guaranteed. II. Eisner &
Sun. Itt Chouteau.
155 buys a beautiful walnut-case "Decker
Ens." upright piano, with stool and scarf; a
his snap. Kleselhorst Piano Co.. SH Olive.
(1(0 will buy a beautiful mahorany case, large
sl:a upright piano: .lightly snopworn. at the
KIESELHORST PIANO CO..
SU Olive t.
17. 20, 25. 33 and up will buy excellent
square piano next weet: cash or time: big stock.
KIESELHOaST PIANO CO..
Hit Olive st.
17 buy a beautiful rosewood case, square pl
ar, with stool nnd cover: Monday only, nt
KIESELHORST PIANO CO..
SH Ollvo St.
1S79IW0 Twenty-one long years before the
St. Loult public: good values, backed by a good
guarantee, at tho
KIESELHORST PIANO CO..
811 Olive st.
ALL kinds secondhand furniture, ttove. olnco
deUs; good prices given; send postal. Hamilton.
Ifji 1-Tanklln ave.
ALL kinds cf household goods, contents of
etores and Hats bought; full value paid; call or
send pobtal. W. Jones, 1143 Olive st.
AN upright folding bed. sewing machlno and
cook stove at once. 2735 West Chestnut St.
CARPETS, furniture and feathers; will pay :ric
a ixiund t-r feathers; see me before selling. "D.,'M
4 Ejfrtcu av e.
CASH advanced; consignments solicited (large
or small. Sell jour surplus furniture, pianos,
carieu. etoves and household gooOB. at auction,
at our auction salesrooms, sale every Friday.
It. U. LEONOKI. JR.. t CO- 1218-21 Olive St.
"FEATHERS cleaned and ticks laundered So jrr
pound, send postal. Address the Nichols Mattre-sa
Cv, 4 S Easton ave.
FURNITURE at ence; parties celling out can
re.tl.ze good price. Send postal Monday or call
425 Easton ave.
lilGHEST price paid for all kinds of household
good?, furniture, carets and stoves. Send posUil
to I Becker. 1531 lTanklln.
HIGHEST irlc i Id for furniture, carpets.
stoves and all kinds of household goods; postal
vt tel. D 1221 Klnloch. L. Brash. 2133 Franklin.
LOT stove., carpets furniture and feathers;
will i ay highest possible prices; see me beforo
vou sell. J. B-. 613 N. Twelfth st-
NO. 1 or No. 2 Radiant Home base burner In
good ccnJltlon; cheap. E 124. Republic.
OLD recondl-and feathers; will pay iZa pound ;
send postal. The Nichols Mattress Co., 422 Eas-tc-n
1'ARTIES declining housekeeping, see me bo
fore silling furniture, pianos, carpets, etc: will
lay highest price. Wolf. IS B. Elivcntn. Phone
TWO or three old leather bed for pillows. 35o
per pound, no secondhand dealers need upp'o.
Mrs. N.. tZIl llnny.. i
TO buy household furnfturc. Including bed
room set and kitchen utexzs lis; must be at a bar
gains C lit. Republic
"A'lVRGE"lct of soft and hard coal base
he-iters. Ibadiant Home. Garland. Acorn. Buck's
Brilliant and many other good makes: line steel
ranges, cook stove., bedroom sets, folding bed-,
sideboard, bookcases, carpets: cheap at Slack's,
2107 Franklin ave.
ALL kinds sewing machines, part., attach
ments, needles and repairing at naif price, o.
W. D. & Co., 203 N. lltlijst. I'hcns Klnlovh C 5.
"BARGAIN Sideboard, extension table. Char
ter Oat store, baby huhchalr, a fine goat. Call
to-day. 1CU S. Broadway.
BEDROOM set, S3; parlor, $2: sewing machine.
$2. dres-er, $1: bed lounge. $1; folding Led. ward
robe, tables, clocks, pictures. Ii04 S. Eleventh.
BIO saloon cr restaurant Ice box: also large
bake oven for hotel or restaurant use; cheap. WS
B. Fourth st.
CHARTER OAK cook stove. In perfect order,
cost $20. at $5. 6e9 N. Twelfth su,
CHE.VP Furniture of three-room Cat. CI7.V
"" FPATHims WANTED Old feather.: will par
35c per xound; send postal. S. Batavla, 112 N.
FEATHERS WANTED I.ot of usd feathers;
will positively pay the very hlghe.t prices; see
rue Lefore selling. Joe. 0t N. Twelfth s
FIFTEEN Domestics. $3 up; new- drop-head
Kin.,- iu.fiti nil. 120- new drotvheatl ma
chines." direct from factor', only J17.W. 1210
lYanklln av e.
FINE folding bed; Wndsor make; SIS. 221J
Sidney St.. second floor.
""FINE Radiant Homo stoves, used but a short
time. $7 up; heating stoves from $1 up. M.
Stern. 2742-44 Franklin avo
TOI.DING bed; good as new.
FOLDING bed. wardrobe, sideboard, carpet.,
tables, dresser and wusiutand, gas fixtures. vi
"LARGE six-hole range; line baker; have two:
roll cheap. 2733 Dayton st.
MAHOGANY parlor set, S pieces; best material:
old st le. 3512 Easton ave.
MAJESTIC steel range. In
$13; cost K3. HI N. Twelfth st,
range. In perfect order, at
NEW range, hot-water connection; folding bed
and other furniture. SWA N. Grand ave.
OAK bedroom suit, cheval dresser $14; sewing
machlno with attachments. S. 2f0$ OUve st.
"ONE Buck's Brilliant hard-coal stove; good as
new. 2245 Warren at.
ONE parlor set. one upright piano, two soft-coal
stoves. 42S5 Finney ave.
ONE mantle, nak foiling" bed. two walnut beds.
Call Monday. 2715 Madison.
ONB No!16 "Climax" air-tight soft-coal stove;
fine condition, tact Finney ave.
RANGES Slr-Jiole-Charter Oak ranee, water
conrectlons. neirly new. $7.50: four-hole Majes
tic range. 14.50; delivered; open Sunday. 2331
RL'G and carpet. 51 yards; nearly new. Call 3133
SECONDHAND folding beds, bedroom suits,
wardrobee: all kinds of household goods, cooking
stoves; bargains, sll N. Seventh st.
"sECONDHANTTTlaJe.tlc range; water connec
tions; also Home Comfort. Quick Meal; god as
new, all kinds of cooking stoves. Sll N. Seventh.
gEWINO Machines--Ten Improved Singers. $2
up; 5 New Homes, $3.50 up; 10 Whites, $3 up; all
guaranteed. 1210 Franklin ave. Klnloch D !
SEWLNO Machines One Singer. $1; one Do-m-6tlc.
$7; one New Home, S: one White. JS; all
Improved and guaranteed. Singer office, 1013
Vandev enter, near Finney, Open evenings.
SPECIAL sale of heating stoves: also large
lot of misfit carpets and rugs; must be sold;
cheap. Z725 Franklin ave.
SPECIAL bargains In btse burners, misfit car
pets, rugs, furniture, cexk stoves and ranges;
see us before purchasing. Corner, 2743 Franklin
STOVES, bedroom, dlnlog-room furniture, rugs
fld.l mt,,ln(. 4il.l lnna
. uia.uit,, TJ, A Ufcc.
oiutr.il, stoves, kioves, s-iuw, biuvcs, khjh
stoves, basa burners, hard and soft, air tight;
2 up. o. Cohen. 1634 Franklin ave.
STOVE-Square Radiant Home. Buck's bril
liant. Garland and Superlnr hard coal baaeburn
ers: from $2.50 un: ouen Sunday. 2331 Franklin.
THE only place In city to get good secondhand
and new sewing machines of all makes, from $2
up: satisfaction guaranteeed. 1210 Franklin ave.
THREE-DRAWER Domestic sewing machine:
all O. K.: onlv $4. C. W. Hajner. 2wj5 Gravels
ave., corner Jeiierron.
THREE high-arm sewing machines; $3 eaoh; In
perfect order. 2m-5 Gravols ave.. corner Jefferson;
cien for Inspection until p. m.
TWO walnut folding beds: good condition; rea
eonable. 81M) Easton ave.
150 cc-ik stoves, all kinds, 2 up; 75 steel ranges,
all kinds. Majestic and Home Comforts: at your
own price, if. Stem, 2742-44 Franklin ave.
123-year old portable walnut wardrobe, with
mirror; this must be sold. Call and make an
offer G. Cohen. 1634 Franklin ave.
rCC.lVliJVI.IJ 316-18 N. Third.
A. U. BkLXVUO, Kepalrs for All fltovss.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ACME LODGE. NO. 21J. It Or P..
J meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock
Kr sharp, Burlington building, 10 Ollva
street. Work In ranks always on hand.
VlsMars cordially invited and members expected
to attend. JOHN W. SHEVLTN. C C
Attest: William II. Melton. K. of R. S.
3- BURLINGTON LODGE, NO. 33C. K. OF
V5, m-et every Weiine l.y evenine- at 8
'-J o'clock at Llght.tone's Hill. Eleve-th and
e" Franklin avenue. All r-iemlM-re n-quested
and visiting knight, cordially invited tr ittend.
W.M. K. HAUCLAY. C. a
Atteit: Jas. J. More. K. of It. & S.
CASTLE HALL ROBERT E COWAN.
No. 131. K. of I'.. West Hal. Century
Building. Ninth nnd Wive Sir"ct-On
Momlav. S Member 10. at R n. m sham-
Work in the rank of Esquire VNItlng knights
coitliallv Invited. SAM S. HARRISON. C C
Attest: Harry Rotrf. K. of P.. & S.-
HALL MOVrrOR Ivlir.E.
..fls.. No. ft. K.
CSeWr venlns: in hill No 1. Onturv liulMinE. ,
N n h and r.jne rtr c- v olt in Erquln
rank at our next neetlt -r. Meiiter. rfre reitifteti I
to be precnt and vlsltlnc knlshi sre eo-dlally I
ir.viieo. (,r:t. n. r;e.ui;i:. c c
W. J Otto. K. of It. & S.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 221. K. Or
P.. meets -very Tuesday evening at 3
o'clock Castle Hall. Century building,
tenlh floor, hill No. 1. Ninth and Olive
strert.. Tue. lay. Septemlr 4. bu.lnes. of Im
portance to all ii.e'i.bers; d i not fall to attend.
JOHN II. SCHULZE. c. C.
J F Dempsev, K. of R. & S.
S- CONFIDENCE LODGE. NO. 121. K. OF
V- I , rn-"t rverj' Thur.dsv evening at
Nirfy Lnfaiette Hall. Seventeenth and Cass
avenue. Work In rank e,f page Thur
dfcy. Augut 2. Member expected to attend ail
visitors cordially Invited.
JOHN M. HUDSON. C. C.
William Faber. K. of It. S.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 2S. K. OF P.,
ibnm every Wednesday evening at Fra
ternal Half. Eleventh and Franklin ave
nue. Hall 'il 1. Wortr In rink nf Pnce.
Mmbers are requested to be present ani visiting
knights cordially Invited
FRED TOENOES. C. C.
Attest: II. R. Bermel. K. of It. & S.. 2743.V
FUTURE GREAT LODGE. NO. 275. K.
j?fV of P.. meets every Wednesday evening at
'ska Howard's Hall. Thirtieth jirl olive
' streets. Next Wednesdaj' evening. Sep
tember 5. work in the rank of Page. Visitors
, ROBERT P. FRITSCHLE. a C,
vv. a. itooeris, k. or Jl. & s.
GOLDEN GOLDEN CROWN LODGE. NO. 62.
at meets every Friday evening. Hall No.
V, 2. tenth floor. Century bulbiirg. Ninth
LsKi'P.and Olive streeti. Work in rank of
JiQ FqMlri it next regular convention.
Friday, September 14. AH members
CROWN, expected. Wltors ccldlsllv Invited.
C. A WILLET. C. C
Henry C. Scctt. K. of R. & S.
Q HOPE LODGE. NO. 15 K. OB" P.,
' meets ever iuuimi.; eveiiing ai ip, jn..
northwest comer Ninth and Lami
streets. Visiters alwavs welcome.
DOCTOR E. 11. FREHI.INGSDORF. C C.
Ed C Braun. K. of R. & S.
LAFAYETTE LODGE. NO. 12S. K. OF
P., meets Wejresday evening. August 15,
' at Burlington building 8:o OUve street,
eighth floor. Work in rank of Knight.
WALTER II WIIXIX. C C
Attest: Trt-d Horn. K. of R. & S.
Mrssni'Ttr I.ODGE. vo s tr or- p..
'Elks' Hall. Holland building, meets every
I rl.lay evening victor, always wel
come. JOHN J. MTERiJ. C. C.
Charles C. Fink. K. of R. & S.
MONROE LODGE. NO. 341, K. OF 1.
meets every Friday evening at S o'clock
sharp. SchlapprUxl Hall, southeast cor
ner rS Wenkulc and BrnAilwaT. Work la
ranks alwa on hand. Visitors cordially In
vited and members expected to attend.
CHAS. I.ADENP.ERGER. C a
Attevf John P. Thul. K.. R. 4 S.. 3632 South
n PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 354. K. OFP.,
:, meets every Wednesday evenlrg In Cen
Kw tury building. Ninth and Olive streeis.
J Work In the rank of Page en Wedne
dav evening. September 32. Member expected
and visitors Invited. F. W. FOLK, C. C.
J "V. Campbell. K. of R. St S.
PARAGON I5DGB. NO. 53. K. OF P..
meets every Tuediv evening, hall No. X
Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Olive
streets. Next Tuesdar. rank of Knight.
Members and visitor, cordially Invited.
O. M. RUTHERFORD, C. C.
Attest: rrank Johnson. K. of It. & S.
PREMIER LODGE, NO. 243. K. OF P.
Important All members are earn-.t!y
request) d to bo present at regular meet
ing. Thursday evening. September 13.
Work In the rar.k-cf Page. Hall No. 1. Odd Fel
lows' building. GEO. E. STUCKEY, C C
Attest: Chae. E. Williams. K. cf R. & S
ITTHAGORAS LODGE. NO. XI. K.
of P.. tree's every Wednesdiy at north
west corner Grand and Eouton aver-ues.
8 p. m. Vlsitl-c knights ecrdlclly invited
ana memters expected.
II. ETTINGEIt, C. a
Attest: Edln Ettlng.r. K. o! II. i S.. 33!3
RED CROSS LODGE. NO. 84. K. OF
P.. meets every Wednesday at Odd Fel
lows' Hall. Ninth and Olive streets. Next
Wednedav. regular aesvston and work In
rank of Esquire. All knights are Invited.
M. F. DEAN. C. a
Alfred Boyle. K. of R. & S.
REGULAR MEETING CF CHEVA
HVr Ix!ge. No. 70. Knights of Pjthias.
will le held on Wednesday evening. Sep
tember 12. l!il. at Odd 1- ellows" hulldlnr.
eighth floor, room No. 2, at I o'clock sharp.
W rk In the rank of Esquire. All knights fra
RICH. B. 1IAUGHTON. C. C.
Attest: Loul". w. Sorgenfrel. K. of IC & 8.
Address 2&53 Arsenal street.
WABASH LODGE. NO. 24$. K. OF P..
will have work In the rank of rage Tues
day. September 11. at hall. Broadway
and Beaten. Vis tors are welcome.
J. n. KEUA1UN. c. c
F II. Sachleben, K. of R. & S.
WALNUT LODGE. NO. 23. IC OF P.,
meet, every Thursday evening at s
o'clock sharp at Druids' Hall, southeast
corner .Mum ana -iarKcL eireeas. visit
ors cordially Invited and members expected.
WILLIAM WAS.JMAN, C. a
W. J. II. Perkins. K of R. & 3.
O- WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 133, K.
)Mk of P.. meets every Friday evening, west
tS halt Masonic Temple, Seventh and Mar-
ket streets, fourth riocr. Work In rank of
Es'tuire l"rlday, September 11. 1. Members are
requested to be present. Vl.itlng brothen. always
welcome. GRANT LUCE. C. C.
J. P. Dummlch. K. of R. & 8.. 3104 Clark ave.
S'.ULEMA LODGE "NO. $21. IC of P. MEETS
every MonJay evening at S p. m.. Burlington
building. Eighth floor. Rank work every meet
ing. F. J. VOLI.MKR. C C.
Attest II. J. Conway. K. of It. & S.
KNIGHTS OF FA1 HER MATHEW.
SUPREME COUNCIL. KNIGHTS OF
Father Mathew. Ofilce lsu3 Locust
Street Executive Hoard meets nrat
tnd third r Tldajs, S p. m.
DANIEL O'C TRACT.
Fupieme Cilef Sir Krlght.
Tho". S. Bowdem. Supreme Recorder.
ANCIENT ORDER OF
X)VENANT Lodgri?. Xo. 60. A. O. U.
r,s mf?f h MCfllia n,l fnriifl. Tvirfi
fc Xh at Wcnwl's Hall No. 3. Eljtita
JS M. DALTON.
V M. W.
J. C. Kendall.
MISSOURI HISTORICAL son.
ety. lUrt Locust Street Regular
monthly meetings held on the
second Thursday of each month
at s p. m., from November till
April, lncluslv e. "The building Is
open dally from S a. m till 5
p. m. The public are cordially
invited to vult the library and
JOHN il. TERItr. President.
P. S. O'REILLY. Secretary.
Wm. IC Clendenin. Librarian.
FIREMEN'S HISTORICAL So-
rUfit mga itert U. ..., . J
-.'-, ... u.au .tiuima) U
'-hi . sasaw vi sTra muall.IL, WJ"J AAlCUIl II.
MeeUncs adjourned durlnj: the Bummer until
third Sunday in October next. All St. Louts
oluntier Uremen are Invited to attend.
P. U GAUESCUl ITesldent
Tbon.a.9 Lynch. Secretary.
AEGIS TEMPLE. NO. 3. RATHBONE SIS
ters, meets every second and fourth Monday of
each month at Fraternal Hall. Eleventh street
and Franklin avenue, visiting sisters eordtaily
Invited. SISTER M. SOLOMAN. M. E. C
Sister Verona Kraas. M. of It. A C.
ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS.
COUNTY BOARD. A. O. H.-REOI'LAR
meeting third Sunday each month at Father
Mathew Hall, i02 v'ahli:gton ave.
T. It. FIT-UIUBONS. President-
T. J. Creedon, Sec
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
ST. LOUIS AERIE. NO. 41. F. O. E..
meets every Thursday. S p. it., at Ma
sonic Halt Seventh ana Markut sts.
Visiting members heartily welcome.
F. M. KLEIBER. W.u
li. W. McChesney. w. s
LEGION OF HONOR.
BONAPARTE tvUNCIL, NO. li. LEGION OF
Honor, meets every second and fourth Satur
days In Burlington building,
cays in xur Ha , ciJveb. Chancellor.
Jno. X. Stocknell. Recorder.
ANCIENT FREE AND
funeral of our late brother, John H. 'ogel.ang.
Master Masons cordially Invited.
J NO. HARNESS, W. 31.
C C. Walton. Secretary.
A CORNERSTONE LODGE. NO 323. A.
7c ". A A. M. Regulir communication Mai
7J dvy evenlrg. September 17. S o'clock, at
Grand Avenue Ma-on'c Temp's, Granl
?.nd,. Flnney avenue.. Work In F. C Degree,
visitors cordially welcomed
, HT. L. ERMATINGER, W. It,
M. W. Smith. Secretary.
aid Finney avenre.. Work In the F C .l.ree
Members are tarnestly requ.te to attend. VL?
ltirs alwavs Weome.
W. U REYNOLDS. JR.. W. M.
H'nry Uhou. Secretary.
Missouri ijodge. "noT" iTCt-TTa.
M. Stated communication at orinthlan
TkT Hall. Grand Avenue Masonic Temp!. n
'Tr Thursdcv. Septemler 20. 7 p in. F C
ileeree. Members requested to attend. VIsl'ing
brethren fraternallv invited llrmlert rcrember
Mil Inst. GREGORY S. MILLER. W M.
John 11. Deems, Secretary.
GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI
Roynl Arcanum. 3CS-311 Holland
Building A cordial welcome to vis
itors, friends, brethren and members
from abroad. L. J. MEISEIt O. R,
Cbas. B. Cox. Grand Secretary.
rvS, BENTON COUNCIL. NO. Ii3. It A.
zissy Meets second and fourth Fridays at S
,35 o'clock p. m.. in Odd Fellows' Hall No.
1. corner Ninth and Olive street.. Ister-
estlng meetings assured members and v litors.
I G. DEUBACH. Reg.
IL J. Braun. Secretary
!& COTE B1ULLIANTE COUNCIL. NO.
12C9, Royal Arcanum, meets first aid
third Thursdays of eaeh month at O'Con
nell's Halt Marcus and Easton avenues.
Visitors cordially welcome. Next meeting Thurs
day. September &, at 8 p. m.
' v p. H. BAKER. Regent
r. W. Reader. Secretary.
&. DELMAR COUNCIU NO. S64. ROYAL
itJ? Arcanum, neets regularly on the second
j?-'-? and fourth Mondays of each mo-th at
"" West End Hall. Finney and Vandeventer
avenue.. Visitors cordially welcomed and pleas
antly entertained. J. H. BRACKEN. Regent
W. E. Newman. Secretary.
XSS. LACLEDE COUNCIL. NO. VS. ROYAL
Sf )X Arcanum, meets the first and third lion.
CA-K days of each month at Howard's Hall.
" Garrison ave. and Olive st Members
expected and visitors cordially Invited to attend.
A choice programme at every meeting.
GEO. F. D1MITRV. Regent
Ben Weldle. Sec.
EUCLID COUNCIL. NO. 77t MEETS FIRST
ami third Fnys in each month in Burlington
building. Sl Olive street Visiting brethren and
all Arcanumltes cordially Invited to attend our
meetings. HENRY L, WIEHE. Regent
Attest: J. F. Ryan. Secretary.
OLIVETTE Council. No. 733. Royal
v5 Arcanum, meets every first and third
ViSfV Mondays cf each month at Burlington
wS2S; building. No. 810 Olive street A cor
WI1B' dial welcome Is extended to all vle:t-
Ci?T Inc and local members of the r.rder.
. W. P. HOURIOAN. Regent
W. II. Rolf, secretary.
OF ODD FELLOWS.
ANCIIOU LeOdge. No. 3T. I. O. O.
V mts even- Monday evening at
I iirs-nhiAh'i Hall nrtrtheaiit fornif
-rr'-!- .--.. ". - "-" "i 7" -
'imm or uunion euw (wiuijr.
VMtoi. always welcome. Q
W. M. Clarfc. Secretary.
BENTON LODGE, NO. 275. L O. O.
F.. meets every Thursday at lodge
halL No. 2S Arsenal street Visi
tors are cordially Invited and are al-
wajs welcome. JACOB BECI1TOLU. --S. u.
C- c uoeuue. aecrevary.
.K-i. HALL WILDET LODGE. Kft 2.
ti0mi&'- L O. o. P. Wlldey Lodge meets
25r39S every Tuesday evening at o'clock.
WkivS" hall No. 1. souteast corner Nlntii
' and OUve streets. All visltin
brothers are most cordially Invited to attend.
Members are earnestly requested to bo present
Work even' meeting. Per order.
GEORGE KOFFENBERGER. N. G.
Dave Swan. Secretary.
JEFFERSON LODGE, NO. 119. I.
O. O. F.. 3C2S North Broadway Of-
JBSSr quested to meet In our hall Sunday.
September 9. at 1 o'clock p. m for the l'urfe
of attending the burial cf our deceased brother
(P. G.). Leonhard $ iTHRSCHMa'n. N. G.
Edward Ltnhardt Financial becrerary
MARTHA WASHir.uiTJ.,v. .,
... .- . r. t c mtft, rtf?t ana
J -SBkL -y-."r.- "".'" "A
yCEVT? tniii iionaayp, p. u;-. " ";
jt$ Hall No. 1. All memlers requested
SSlHSE-DEIMINaER. N. G.
Mrs. I-ouIso I. Breuer. 11- S.
w.itv-r- miT rvrAMPJn?T.
il j.- x.a. -- .... .-- -.
No. :. I. O. O. F- meets every
S&S52? second and fourth Wednesdays at
'.JSasev.- union jiait, .vumjwj. .mm. w.
Broadway and Benton street. Work In the de
grees. Visitors fraternally lnvltsd.
A. A. STOLTZENBURO. a P.
E. W. Kempln. Scribe.
SUMMIT Lodge, No. ITT. L O. O.
- . , Viim'iu wis..
rVTVt? 2WM MancbMter avnue- Membr
7&fiCi .r, in tril- Vliltcra alwara
welcome. Work ev,ry "fgfan K. G.
C. L. Paul. Secretary,
.v nr.r v VP . .TT.TT .TV CrV 1
k, I. O. O. F.. meets in Hall No. 1. Odd
reiiUMS LUIIUIUft, awv.. nuv . , iT
3Trkti'- Monday evenings a; j?-
- "." September 10. woric ia tn- o-jr-archal
Degree. Members urged to attend. Ms
Iters cordially mvlted. sICK& & p
Ambrose 1.1 nn. Scribe.
BARONS OF RUNNYMEDE.
ST. LOUIS LOCAL COUNCIL, NO.
4 Iturlanl nrTfav llafi-TI if It'lnnv.
tfB medo will hold a regular meeting at
i jKM S o'clock Thursday evening. Septero-
W.'llr Kr e,v 1hin at thetp b.ll. Kty 1 nl.l
Fellow's building, southeast corner
Cfnth and Olive streets. Three can
didates to be Initiated. Comp. S. Daukel will
trwnir on "Unlust Acaulsltlon cf Territory and
Its Consequences." Visiting sir knights are fra
ternally invited. JOHN WEERTS. Lord Marshal.
Attest: I A. Hall. Baron of Records.
CC1 Fullerton building.
CLIFTON HEIGHTS COUNCIL, NO. tSJ. NA
tlcnal Union .Meets the first and third Mondays
at Vera Hall, corner Wilson and Cllftcn avenues.
Members requested to attend. Visitors ccrdlally
invited. W. F. SHERMAN. President
H. W. Ke.-shaw. Secretary.
"FUTURE GREAT COUNCIL. NO. 2S5. NA
tlonal Union, meets second and fourth Monday
cf -sch month at p. m., at Howard's Halt
illve st and Garrison ave. Members expected
to attend and visitors cordially Invited.
THOS. LAIRD. ITesident
George G. Huttt Secretary.
LOOKOUT COUNCIL. NO. 60S. NATIONAL
Union, meets first and third Frldav. r.t S p. m..
In Bowman's Hall, northeast torner Eleventh ad
Locust streets. Members are earnestly requested
lo attend and visitors cordially Invited.
A. J. SCHIENE. Pres.
J. Deeman. Pccj
MISSOURI COUNCIL, NO. 2S4. NATIONAL
I'nlon. meet, the first and third Saturdays at
Howard's Hall. Garrison ave. nnd olive st
Members requested to attend. Visitor, alwavs
welccme. D. F. MITCHELL. President
E. A. Benson. Secretary. 1903 La Salle st
STANDARD COUNCIL. NO. 339. NATIONAL
Union, meets first and third Mondays of every
month at Lueken's Hall, southeast corner Ar
eenal and Iowa avenue.
HT. HANEWINKF.L. President
Jac. Emllng. Jr.. Secretary.
VALLEY FORGE COUNCIL. NO. (114. NA
ttonal Union Mrets second and fourth Tuesdays
at 8 p. rn.. Hall No. 9. fraternal building. Elev
erth and Franklin avenu. Members are earn
estly requested to attend and visitors fraterrally
Invited. FRANK SCHWARTZ. President
Hugh Noble. Secretary.
C. K. of A.
ST. AGATHA BRANCH. NO. 407. C K. of A
Meets every second and fourth Wednesday cf the
month. S32 Utah street
GREELEY COUNCIL. NO. 111.
Royal League, meets second and
fourth Wednsslays cf eath month at
hall. SO) Burlington building. 810
Olive street. Next meeting. Septem
KARL F. SCHOENFELD. Archon.
IL II. Jcnes. Scribe.
OPECANCANOUOII TRIBE. No. S0-Meets
every second and fourth Monday: sleep at Ori
ental HilL northeast corner Jefferson avenue and
Adams street Members expected to atterd and
visitors cordially Invited to sit around our council
R. It NETIIERCOTT. Sachem.
B. L. Seeley. C. of R-
"STANDINO ELK TRIBE. No. 3!. IMPROVED
Order of Red Men Meets ev ery Tuesday evening
at Druids' Hall, corner Ninth and Market streets.
Visiting chiefs are cordially Invited to be pres
ent at cur council meetings.
HARRY D. RODGERS. Sachem.
A. Leek. C of It. 1154 South Fourteenth ot
A BENTON LODGE. NO. 333. A. F.
!f vr A- M- Special communlcvtlon this Sun-
day afternoon (September I) at 12:21
' o'clovk. for the rurw-e of aitendirir te
UNIVERSAL FRIENDS OF AMERICA.
GARFIELD COUNCIL. NO. 4. UNIVERSAI.
Friends of America, meets first and Third Tues
day evenings of each montn at Tenth and Carroll
sts. Members expected to attend and friends
cordially Invited. . , .
DR. CHAS. It De GROAT. Chief Counselor.
W. II. Johannes. Secretary.
" GEORGE WASHINGTON COUNCIL. NO. 1,
Universal Friend, of America, meets second ana
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at Jef
fercon ave. and Carr st. Members expected t
attend and visitors cordially Invited.
JOS. A. MCMILLAN. Chief Counselor.
A. Diedcrlch. Secretary.
JEFFERSON COUNCIL. NO. 3. UNIVERSAL
Friends of America, meets erst and third
Wednesday evenings of each month at Fourteenth
and Benton sts. Members expected to a Usui
and visitors cordially invited.
MARTIN LEONHARDT. Chief Counselor.
Ed Knutppe. Secretary.
LINCOI.N-COUNCrL. NO. 2; UNIVERSAI.
rnondj of America, meets second d fourth
F-:!ay evening, of each month at Flfteerth st.
and Oss ave. Memlcrs expected to attend and
vl-ltcis cordially Invited.
MRS. AUGUSTA BISCHOFF. Chief Counselor.
John H. Mlchelmann. Secretary
W. 0. w.
ELK CAMP. NO. 277. W. O. W.. l'Hi
every Wednesday evening at Wentz's Hall, south,
east comer Eighteenth and Lynch etreeta.
. r. .v ,i,E'uv weise. c. a
J. C. Hagenlecber. Clerk.
LIVE OAK CAMP. NO. 112. W. O. W.. MEE7T3
second and fourth Wednesdays every month.
Bowman's Hall, northeain corner Eleventh aoil
Locust streets. WM. MOI.T.KTT. C. C.
Ed F. smith. Clerk.
MERCANTILE CAMP. No. 14. W. O. W..
meets Arst and third Saturdays of each month,
at Bowman's Hall, cortceast correr Elereaia,
and Locust streets. Visitors welcome.
G. A. MADISON. C C .
William Urian. Clerk.
MONTEFIORE CAMP. No. 223, W. O. 'Wr.-.
Meets every second and fourth fondar of each,
nontn. To-morrow night there will be two In
ltlatlons. Visitors are always welcome, (jama
me.ts at Fraternal building. Eleventh st. an4
Franklin ave. IL S. CROHN, C, C.
L. Rosenblatt. Clerk.
MOUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. B. WOOD
raen cf the World, meets at Kicker's Hall. New
stead avenue and North Market street rst and
third Fridays. Visitors welcome.
DOCTOR D. r. rice, a a
C. W. Tacke. Clerk. .
TERMINAL CAMP. NO 234, WOODMEN OT
the World, meets every Tuesday evening at t
p. m. at Anchor Halt southwest corner Park:
and Jefferson avenues Visitors always wtlccrae.
W. C. WHITACRE, a C.
C. G. Cross. Clerk.
CAMP WASHINGTON. NO. 1. GUARDS 09
Protection, meets In Hall No. X on fourth floor
of Fraternal building, flrst and third Tuesday!
evenings cf each month. Comrades Invited.
F. C ALT. Commander.
FRATERNITY supriles for all societies; flags
and banners. l"arsor & Co.. 1010 Pine trt
LIBERTY COUNCIL. NO.'sTjrTo. U. A. MU
meets every Tnursdsy evening at Garfield Halt
Thirteenth and right Visitors welcome.
E. H. OTTMER. Councilor. 1919 Sullivan ave.
Attest: L C. Rimmey. Recording Secretary. TBI
THE BLUE AND THE GRAT
meet at the rooms of the Mis
souri Historical Society. 1M
Locust street upon call of tie
JOSEPH BOYCE. Captain.
E. C. Robbies. First Sergeant.
Fifteen Cents Per Lin.
MlVOPPPfi EASY TERMS: conft
UIVUKlCO dentlal. Prompt Reli
able Attorney, 1902 OUve st. second floor.
A GROWTH of superfluous hair, moles, warts
permanently destroyed by the electric needle op
erations at 12J2 Olive st New York Electria
Parlors. Call or Inclose stamp for book.
CONFINEMENT cases taken: part payment "in
work; trial treatment and consultation free. 1135
Olive t Mrs. Doctor Murphy. Klnloch C ttt
DOCTOR MERW1N. 2233 Olive St. treats all
DOCTOR ANNIE NEWLAND3. 205 8. 14th st,
boards auring connnement: ladles In trouble, call
or write; confidential; terms reas.; treat by malt
DR. LOTTIE-FRICK1913 Chouteau-Ave.
Graduate two colleges; 2v vears successful prac
tice; the only reliable plare la the city; board 31
to 14 per week: receives In confinement; ladles la
trouble, call or write; strictly confidentlat
DOCTOR ELLA AJ.LEN. leading female spe
cialist for all female diseases; IS years' success
ful experience: perfect seclusion during confine
ment: only private, tirst-class. reliable and In
corporated home: positively the best location, ac
commodations, and medical skill In the city:
moderate terms to all; do not trust your money,
health. life and character In the bands of the
Incompetent and unscrupulous; will take one to
work; write for fall particulars before going
elsewhere. 2S0S Olive st
DR. MARY ARTHUR-Only physician keeplns
a confinement home In the city, having a healthy
lccatlon, trained curses, excellent accommoda
tions, motherly care and perfect secuslon; Irreg
ularities successfully treated or no charge; guar
ajteed results. Consultation free. 911 Morgan st
DR. ANNIENKWLAND. MS S. Fourteenth st.
leading femile specialist; the oniy reliable ly-Ing-ln
Institution In st Louis; established over
41 years; perfect seduxen iur lades tefore and
during conhnement; skilled medical attention: ab
solute protection and safety assured: motherly
care: home comforts; infants odepted free. Ir
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Charges in all cases reasonable. Will take part
payment in work. Consultation and Information
free. Get my terms before going elsewhere.
Don't be deceived by alluring advertisements cf
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the oldest institution In the State, where satis
faction Is guaranteed or money refunded. La
dles in trouble call or write. Patients met at
train or boat
FREE treatment for private troubles, pimples.
discharges, etc.; either sex. Med. Co.. HfTN. Jth.
LADIES In trouble, call: private horn before
and during cenfine't Mrs. Meyers. 112 S. llth st
LADIES My regulator never falls; one comple:
treatment free. Mrs. E. Starr. 2329 Franklin ave.
LADIES Your bust enlarged six Inches; faliura
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LADIES. I absolutely guarantee Ergo-KoI
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LADIES Golden seal Is a never-falling regu
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Z to 12 hours; sent secure from observation; com
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S. Fourteenth st
LADIES, Attention We own forrauUs of the
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standard articles: Skin food, face bleach liquid
powder, natural color renewer for hair, war
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per package retalt can be made home for on
tenth above prlcee; will mall single formula on
receipt of 12c. or any three for 27c. money or
stamps. Hood Specialty Co.. 7S Schmidt building;
NO children: send twenty-ave cents (coin) t
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trained rurstng. excellent accoramodationji. abso
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Infants adopted. Information free; ladles In trou
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FOR ADS TOO LATE FOR CLAS
PAGE TWO OF PART ONE.
Former St. Loulsnn Honored.
Dallas, Tex., Sept 8. John H. Hllkene,
formerly a resident of St. Louis, has been
elected Senior First Lieutenant of the Dal
las Artillery. Lieutenant Hllkene served
with Battery A of this city on tha expedi
tion to Porto Rico, but when the battery
was mustered out of the volunteer eervlca
ho rcmove'l to Dallas. In that city he was'
elected Second Lieutenant of the Dallas
Rough Riders and wo3 afterwards pro
moted to First Lieutenant of tho same or