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THE REPUBLIC: THTJESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1900.
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September 3: mo at Janeiro. uturr -."-rr"V-j
October 10. For rates, freight or passage apply
to L. E. Townsley. set-. l Olive, or J. t.
Aglar. act.. 901 Olive.
SITUATIONS V.li:n-Fi:MAlE.
jnree me iw r "--- -,-.
Each Additional Uu Five Cents Extra.
COMPANION A r-Aned yours woman. "
reader and fair -oribe, wants ix-Itl a" eom
ranlon to an elderly womin or invalid, refer
r nee. Eox 37. Mlnneola Mo.
COOK-Sltuatlon toy competent cook an 1 J10."."
maid. : N. Sarah st. Phones Klnlocn A 1163.
Fell 1133 A.
COOK ANT) HOUSrOIRL-Sliuafon n- eo-k
and houseglrl: last piace three vears. 1.113 .
Jefferson are. .
COOK Situation by elderly vrrmsn. willing to
mak? hcrsiif uraf In .mall fan. n. -good
cook, baa beat of referents. Call lib Howard
street. -
DRESSMAKER Situation a-. lnf-na!:lnc by
dav In family-. SLtS: wort Kuaranteed. car .are
Ut railing. 2to Locust at.
COOK AND HOUFEOIRL-Pltustion T-s cork
and houseglrl; best of city ref.rfnoes. -! I
ney ava. , .
I-trNrRESP-Flrrt:!as laundress -''"j"
washing to take hone. Mary Lambert. 3-.30 raw-
iv la. .
T l-NPRESS-First -Ha- iund-s warn
'irk Mondsy- and Tcidav: msWW brought
ne. M. Tyler. 10iced-
NTRSE Situation by thoroushlv experienced
rained mure. Call S3) rentmi ft
NURSE Sltualll as nurse t walking chll
den: can sew; references. A 11. Republic.
. "nCRPE Tiy a core petertt nurse to "v' "r"
of Infant and assist with bouev-.o:k Addrtfs II
2J. 1C4 N. Nineteenth at.
POSITION" WANTED-Ry ' abl Vsi" v."
slilon of responsibility at fci;' i"n. D 1.1. l.e
puhlle. "KTEXOCJRArHER - Situation ZT.? 'fur
stenographer with rtr ??;? eiper.enr can fur
rleh test references: willing to w tk hard II ".
Republic.
' 'iVlilliNTS Situation to d- -arM-g ''?ni"5
or eewlng by flay or week. Apply M N I.lghin
street.
TOUNO LUT Tbtl la.1v wishes a sltuMt.-n
to do upstairs Tit and sewing, wages reason
able R. IKS Olive rt.
HELP WAVTCT-rCM VLH.
Three Unes for ri " .
Kach AddlUonal Une Kie Cnt Ex.ra.
"CAN-VASSERS VASTirI -'.Vomrn cam jsser;.
on Ta sliaiy. for hcueehold nerelty; new plan;
a sure moneymaker. WIS Olive t.
CIIAJlHEKMAin TTANTEI- An '"?
chambermaid, crjored prefesrxl: ttejdv .rk.
f!00a nsfirs. vwi i '-
cvilf WANTED White cr ccfored.
Gil" Falr-
rrcunt ava.
r-cw-wv- xrivmrt Cook fir family of two.
Apply "K2 Chestnut
-"COOK WANTED-Wcman Sf"" , c.n!
Call at o'clock a. m. 10j N . E I cht'e-t. st
COOK WANTBD-A cook tha: sVj-m at hone.
Call at 'The mile Restaurant,-" 11 N. 'rand.
"COOK AND nOUSEGIRL W.VNTED C a-a
Jiou-eglrt. colored; good wages. SJ lltnej h..
"cOOKTcTa. ""WANT in-C-ok.. .orncutter
and farln -and. on my farm. C II. Evar.s. VI.
i J ic.U-t St. .
"ctibic WANTED Flrtt-cla cook for -rnFonlr:
nferlice. required. Apply at once,
42l Lack-Je are.
(YfliT WANTED Woman, tlact or white,
-good cSbk: vrtU pay gooJ,-8ge-. Addre. K. L.
13-e n Jt Soa.Allamo3t. III. ,
"" rnOK WANTED Colored weman to cook and
flo housework ; ramtly of two; liberal wages;
no washing; references. 3311 Locust.
i COOK WANTED A tlrrt-elass cook, with ref-
relncerGerman preferred, in hih11 family, ju
"Zshuig a lrontrg; good wages. A i9.. Ripubllc.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED-Good dining-
room El". .JW "juuirau ..
WBLS WANTED To wa.-h bottles.
130 S.
Jialn su
r .".. TT. SSJ'VV'TE Tn frlS 14 tU
:; years;
".':. ''Tv fi.iV
steaQy vor. ahj -- -"
itiRT. -WANTED Girl. II to 14 lears; small
wages, more for a home. s83 Osrllne.
Gmi7WANTEDGood girl to work In lrd-Isg-house;
aennan preferred. 3S16 a. JiCerson
ave. .
GIRLS WANTED-Glrls not over .IS for light
m-r ufocturlnr woik; 13 per week while learning.
1. ft. Republic
GIRLS WANTED 25 girls to -work on custom
pant.; steady employment; gooa ray. Call at
ence. S N. EUveiith st.
"HOUSEGtRT" WANTED-Cook and ho-:egtrI
st 530 Berlin ave.
HOUEIRL, WANTED-GIrl for tousewoxk.
3C7 Page boulevard.
HOUSEGIRX. WANTRD Girl for general hoase
work. 3637 Finney ave.
HOUSEG1T.L. WANTED-Glrl for general
housework 3vl6 Pine at.
roTISEGmL WANTED Girl for general
houaework. J737 Olive sr.
1IOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl
housewDik. 3T02 Dlckscn sr.
for general
IIOUSBGIRL WANTED A girl to at general
housework. tlS9 Raymond ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl for gen
eral housework. 31 Lotus ave.
IIOUSEOIRL WANTED German girl for gea
eral housework, tjii Morgan st
IIOLTBEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work: email ramll y. KnS Evans ave.
""iIOUSEGIIlL "'ANT)lb t'lrl for gencral
houseworic 430 Morgan st., Thursdays
HOCSEGIRLi WANTED Competent girl In
family of three adults. Apply at I12o Page.
HOTJSEQIRL WANTED Tcung girl for gerer
al housework In small famllv. It& Iifaette.
I'OUBEOIRL WANTED-A go-Kl girl for gen
eral housework. Apply 4)1 N. Kewateal ie.
""HOUSEGIRL W'ANTEDGIrl for general
housework; family of three. 2201 S. Grand aye.
HO-SEOIRL, WANTED-Houseglrl; also good
cook, at onoe; colored; good wages. 3S70 Ilnney.
HOUSEGIRL A competent girl for general
housework la very small family. 431 Washlng
ton. HOUSEGIRL WANTED I6-yerM)ld girl to as
slst with seaeral housework, sleep at home. "4
Victor at.
HOTJSEGDUj WANTED Girl for general
housework, wiUi references; small famll). 4H
Waahln gtoa.
HOUSEGIRX. WANTED-Good girl for general
housework: good home; farndy of three. Apply
SfOO Fine st.
. HOUBDGIRL. WANTFJ-Gemn girl for gen
earl housework: must assist with washing. 4477
Washington a-ye.
HOUSEGIRL WANTEfJ German girl for gen
eral housework In small family; no washing.
2112 Lafayette ate.
HOU8nOIR WANTED A good Catholic girl
frr general housework: no washing. Call at 3721
Cote Brill ate aye.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl to do gen
eial hoasewortr. In small lamlly: gol wages and
home. 1735 Wash st.
IIOUSEOIRL WANTED-Good girl to do gen
eral no vework; will pay good wages to good
girt. 1 Csjt st.
HOUliEGIRL WANTKD White girl to ersk
and assist at hoework: no washing; faml'y
small. 34 Maple ave,
""HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A good houte
keeper. Apply after 7 o'clock In the evening at
2X45 Montgomery, upstairs-
""HOUSEGIRL WANTED Neat, honest girl. 11.
to work In three-room flat; S1.2S week. Call at
once, 700A N. Twenty-flrst st.
HOUSI3 WOMEN WANTED Two women to
do general housework; private family; refer
ences. Apply 3866 Washington
5 OUSEWOMEN-WANTED Two mldlle-ac-d
wonr.en to do general housework; good wages. 233
235 Colli: rtlle ave.. Bast St. Louia.
HOUSEGIRL. WANTDDGIrl for housework
and assist In dlrJ.- -room; go home at night.
German preferred. 3213 Washington.
" HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girt fcr general
housework; four in family; wages $14; otner girl
helps; easy place; call at once. 2S2 Hickory st.
HOUSEGIRX. WANTED-Good German girl to
ecok and do general housework In Hmejl family:
good wages: no washing; nice plate. Apply
Thursday. 3C31 Botanical ave., near Grand ave.
LADIES WANTED Ladles to advertise toilet
articles used In every home; salsry S.1 a week
end car fare: steady work. $10 OUve st., room
r.
LADIES WANTED Ladles to advertise for
baking powder; salary 3& & week and commis
sion: also car fare; steady work. $10 Olive st..
room 609.
NURSE WANTED A night nurse for invalid;
old lady; experience unnecessary. 1123 Dolman tt.
'"OPERATORS WANTED Good eperalora on
power machine 315 Olive St.. second floar
PANTS FINISHER WANTED-Dxperlenced
girl pants finisher. Call at 1011 Mound st.
-- rRIVATH families and boarding-house can
ret girls and girls get places: and lodging at
Mrs. Hummert't. Ifrft Wash st.
SIintTMAKER WANTEDExperienceil shirt
rnakers: steady work and good pny guaranteed;
5 pedal Inducements to tirst-class hands; Enst M.
.oula bridge tickets free. Paule H. WolIT hhlrt
Co.. US-SUWs-hlngtoD ave.
SIIIRTMAKERS WANID Experienced shlrt--rrakera
and girls to learn. Apply P. A. ilasey
ft Co.. 713 Washington ave, or at workroom,
4211A Evans ava;
TENOGRAPHERS
. rnlsd Without Charrc
to clth',P,,ye,'1or employed.
jVicl41 iea. Repaired end xcn-ne-
Ri3'uJ-Tf!BARD TyPEWRlTEB
"m'Vif tXIrnont t ieneaicL
iiivA.. .
s aHcni
T J
Fesuue VT.
II K I.I1 WASTED- rCJIALU.
Three Lines for Flva Cents.
Each Additional Lino Flv Cents Extra.
STENOGRAPHIC WANTED-Uust b expe
rienced; salary 15 a week. Answer In own hand
Timing. T 111. He public
bTEXGORAPHERS Fre practloo-room and
employment department. The Oliver Typewriter
Co.. Century bulUln.
tVAIST AND SKIRT IIAND9 tVAJJTED-Ex-perlenced
waist and skirt hands; steady work;
best of waste Call this afternoon. 3553K Olive.
WAITHKSSES WANTED Flvo waltrees at
the HreltlliiB fafe. 411 N. Broadway, upstairs.
""WASHERWOMAN WANTED A woman to do
washing two daja in week. 1189 Raymond ae.
WOMAN WANTED-Good vfhlte or colored
voman to assist with teneral housework. It"
Cnuutt-.iu ae.
MTl- TIOS WASTED MALE.
Tlire- L:nr f r Kl Cents
lilch Additional Ltne ne Cents JSitrsu
ACCOUNTANT Would like to call and lost
ard balance lx.ks: bekt f rejerences; terms rea
iurublc. II lul. Republic
ACClirNTANT Il-ioka cpene.1. examined, bal
arces and statf merits made, firms or corpora
tions. J J. FUl.er 310 Temple building.
AUDITOR Eu'wrlenced In manufacturing,
commercial, banking and railway business, with
irlltil?.' references. Have jour books examined.
A 1CS, Republic.
RAKKR- Oood. ounir haker wants situation;
cits or countrj II US. Republic
R'Y Sit by colored boy to work in rfSre or
tto e. 18 ears of ge. Apply SMS Morgan st
"coMWITOR-Iori compositor wishes position
It rlr!;-cIa''S ofllce. sober and reliable; 10 jears'
experience. Address E. B. Woolsey, Chllllcothe,
Mo
DRIF.R Situation a- driver by young man.
II. S.. 3007 Neuiho st.
DRUG CT.ERK Situation by young physician
a. drug clerk, experience. Address Box 7T3.
CarroIIfn. III.
EXGINErn Situation bv a licensed statlorsry
ei cm. er with Al city references. K 1. Ro
rtbllc. HOTEL CLERK Situation as hotel clerk, day
or night, by experienced man of W; small salary;
good references. S 46. Republic
MAN Situation in facfry or wholesale houfe.
with chance of advancement, by solrtr, steady
man. K S3. Renuhllc.
PAINTER Ialnler and gralner wtnts work.
A IK'. Republic.
PORTER olorf-d man. experienced, wants
poVtim as porfr in store, or waiter In private
family, or as officv man. A lis. Republic.
SALESMAN Specialty alemcr, five ears en
the roid. wlhe a Chang. Address A 11. Hall,
Llndell Hotel.
SALESM N Situation with some wholesale
hardware cr hanuss tltni to sell gools solelv on
f-T:mii".Ion In thv Mate of Texas. Address
Business, West Texas.
WALL irper f clean; elpht years experience
In this work exclusively; send postal; will call.
J. Nc 2ZZ Marion st.
HELP WASTED MALE.
Thr Unas for Five "ents
I"ach Additional Une I"ive Cent Extra,
ACTIVE min bv estnbllhed house worth JW.
OOi. duti-s hiring help, liberal salary and ex
pensr advatied to rtght p3rty Addrefs William
J. Uhl. manager. :t ClKstnut St. Philadelphia,
l'a
AITI5ENTICES WANTED Apprentices,
klr gton, engrav er. 33 Iocust st.
El-
RAKER WANTED A good bread and cake
baker at 911 N. Tailor ave.
DAKER WANTED Secondhand baker on bread
and cake, day work. 31C0 Easton ave.
BARBER WANTElPBarlr forSaturday and
unda work. ,Pe3 Morgan I)rd road.
' BARBER WANTED Iiarbtr Toer union shop.
Wednesday. F. M. Thomas, 101 J N. IVurteenth
Ftreet.
BINDERS WANTED Cut binders. Call thts
niurmng before 7; steady woik. E. S. Haes,
3322 Caroline.
ISLAcksMITII WANTED One Srst-clata
blacksmith. P. J. Coony. 9-Ai Cass are.
BL.CK5MITH"WANTEDU2 week; country:
no ca-h required. National Employment Co., 113
:. sixth et.
BLACKSMITH?! ETC. WANTED-BIa ck
smlths and gosl wood-working mtcnlne Jinter
hand, on farm wagon work 1721 N. Broadway.
"BLACKSMITH Agood all-round" blacksmith;
steady Job and good wages to the right man.
Apply or address at once. W. J. Nlvert. Glas
gow, Mo.
"tioXMAKER WANTED First-class boxmakcr.
Sehll Bros.. 192J Waih st-
BOY WANTED-Boy In meat market; about
13. 1024 Hodlamont ave.
BOY WANTED-Office boy; bright and honest;
t2.yt per week, call about o'clock. 213 S. Sev
enth. LOY WANTED Good German boy to work
around place aU take care of automobile. 233)
Washington ne. j
b6y"waNTED Boy. 14 or 18 years of age. to
drive delivery njid make htmielf generally use-
tui. call JSI2 t-f. cranes st.
BOYS WANTED Fifteen bright, active, honest
bojs, 14 to 17 sears, to sell papers; good loca
tlons; Jl to 3S a week. D 111. Republic
"rRICKLAYER. ETC.7WANTED-One brlck
lajer and laborer, with hod. 610 N. Eighth.
"liUCKLAYERS WANTED Twenty-"brlcklay-ere.
outside city; fne transjwrtntioa: 43 cc ts
1 cur. Y C7. Republic.
-aNVASSRS WANTED Canvassers to" sell
from tv agon an article used in every household.
Apply Kryslln Mfg. Co.. &)! Madison st.
"CIGARMAKER WANTED
182S4 Market st-
CLERKS wanted who can use easy, stylish
shots for 32.35. Harris. 520 Pine s
CLERK WANTED Young man as stock clerk
In wall paptr store; mut understand paj-r; ref
erence required. S i Republic
"COMPOSITOR WANTED-EtraTght matter".
Brchart Bros. 1316 Locust st.
COOPERS WANTED rour good coopers;
steady work: good pay. Apply at once. Relchert
Milling Co.. Frebuig. Ill
DRUMMERS WANTED ESperlenced men to
travel with full line of standard advertising nov
elties, on ccramlslcn; or will give part of line
tt good drummer as side line. Address, with
references Inclosed, Spotswood Specialty Co.,
llarrodsburg. Ky.
"FIXTURE MAN WANTED Experienced, all
cround fixture man; references required. K 77,
Republic
IIARNKSSMaTERS"wANTED A few harness
and saddle makers and harness cutter. Apply
Meyer. Hanncnnan & Co.. eiS N. Sixth st.
HOrSEBOTANDCOACHMAN, ' WANTED
Colored houeeboy. also coaebman. crll for
Steve Hennes.ey, at Ely Walk-r D. G. Co..
rrlday morning.
IF ou are out of work, see Mr. Kelley at 1315
Olive st.; av3 a plan whereby )ou can make
a fair salary.
LABORERS. ETO.WANTEIV-I , laborers and
teamsters, Indltn Territory. National Employ
ment Co.. 113 N. Sixth st
LABORERS WANTEI-Iaberers and team
sters for Iowa. $1.75 day. laborers for extra
gtngs: railroad company work, free pass. Koe
nlg's Labor Agency, 613. Walnut st.
LA BORERS-WA NTKD-5W laborers, pick and
shovel and concrete mixers on rallroid track In
bt I,nuls. Apply on work. Itroadway. north of
I'ranklln ave, and south of Elm st. rruln-Bam-fcrick
Const. Co.
l.EAGLIOLAPOLisiIERS WANTEDApp'y
to George Henrv. at St U)uis Trust Co.'s new
building. Fourth and Locust sts.
MANAGER WANTED Man to manage branch
office out of city; salary $30: expenses and com
mission, small deposit required. 103 N. Ninth st
MAN WANTED Young man for kitchen work.
2339 Franklin ave
IAN WANTTD-To a'tist in offlce: salarj'
J7.&0 week; $15 cah required. C 147, Republic.
LAN WANTED A bright young man. age
alx'Ut 21; rfilce work; must wilte good hand;
mode-ate salan: good growing position. Y 63.
Republic.
MAN AND WIFE WANTEDMan and wife
to cook ard di general houeworK In private
family; must understand milking; references.
Apply 3stS Washington.
MATTRES -MAKER WANTED-Gcol rrattTe"
maker. Apply at once to Mar Featner Co , 712
N. Commercial st
MEN WANTED Men for South "Afr'cj "leave
to-night. 113 N. Sixth st.
MEN "WANTED- rren for extra gangs" for
Frisco company, wages 31.W per day: worK near
Clinton. Mo. Apply J- Dlgnan. 1200 N. Third st.
MEN'WANTEK Ten men on Fourih "and
Choutesu ave. and ten men on Seventh and
Wash sis. Tim Moloney.
MEN WANTED Two men; suburban homes:
). private places. National Employment Co., 113
N riixth st
MEN WANTED City and country, to report
property for sale or trade and otherwise assist
us. Adjustment Agency. Qulncy. 111.
"MINERS WANTED- O :il or c'av miners. Arnly
Room SOI. northcajt corner Ninth and line sts.
NEWS AGENT WANTED Railroad news
agent; through run: place guaranteed. National
Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth st.
OFFICE MENWANTED Two young offlcemen,
whclesale hou.e; $15 start. National Employment
!., 113 N. Sixth st
OFFICE MAN WANTED Man for offlce work;
salary $S5 month. $75 required; money well se
cured. II 117. Republic.
PAPERHANGERS WA NTTED Pajierhangers
who will work cheap. 3135 Caroline.
rORTER WANTED Good porter In barber
shop. Apply to 927 N. Eighth st.
QUARRTMEN AND LABORERSWANTED
Free pass: fhlp to-day: no office fee. Apply to
rurke. Levee and Washington ave.
)ujvjsI)vX
.MCHCA.VMLE COLLEGE,
Lincoln Trust bid?.. Beventh and Chestnut sts.
isDiviuiiAi, i:sTiiiJrio.N
Given In
Bookkeeping. Penmanship. Shorthand, Typewrit
teg Arithmetic. Grammar, etc.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL NOW OPEN.
E7CAL- OK WRITE ITOR CATALOGUE.
HUM1 WASTED MAI.E.
Three Lines for Fl Cents.
Each Additional IJne Hie Cents Kxlra.
SALESMAK WANTED WelWresned. eTiperl;
enced man; ambitious one only. Room. W. w.
Market st.
SALESMEN AND SALESLADIES WANTED
rirmanent pooltlon. kooJ pay. Call at Hotel
Wehl. East Ht. IxjuIs.
SALESMEN "WANTED Men to sell el rs:
city or country, salary nd commission: line line
or K"oa-. j'w r inm St.. iw'i i-"i-
l" a T Tcm i - --. I.i - .a1-ia ne ffAlfl
1 P.VULOJIA . A 1 r.l- l'llfVai'1 'it J sh.--
tPi,eman to m1I as nldr line new ..nttnteil cor
1 et. st value In America; Ik nmmtssiim.
m ....a . ... &.. .... .. nn..ld . n. ta nn
1. AlUir CC V-O . O. 1111 JiaMJIllv: Avmi'tv. ......-,
III. .
S.IUHMEN WANTED-Sevenl g'xid rat-r.t-riclit
men to fell county and tnte rlpl ts. experl-ihc-
and reference rMiuired: will fviv i-altry r
commisslcn; iztl th!n for the riKht man Ad
dress the Garry Motor Co.. Kort Smith. Atk.
SALESMEN WANTED-Ity mercantile agency.
establlhed 31 ears: will tn'truot those not
familiar with our work; several positions as Slate
manak-ers sllll oi-n fr right turtles. II. 1 r.end.
cl Commercial bu:ldinc.
SOLICITOR WANTCD-Sclieltor to tale Jnb
priding and a lvertlMng specialties as s.de line.
. Art Printer. AlMo'i. Mich
SOLICITOUS WANTED - Experienced men to
solicit for premium books; good ray. H3 N
Vindevcnterave. '
"OlJCITORSWANTnD Experienced men for
city and country to solicit from merchants and
physicians for old-estab. collecting agency: good
reference or bond required. 44-4C LacledeDIdr
SOLICITOR WANTED- Alv ertl-fce roticltor for
citv work, permanent poltkn jear round. V. a.
Advertising i'o.. lt)3 Washingtonaw
... . . i.i . .. ... .. .-. J .., .nlti-ltfl..
I Ul.ltllllltM WA.MMJ l,ooa v."i r'i'v..w.-.
I pleasant work and good ns to butlen tall
i between S ard 10 a. m.. lSl Washington ave.
SOLICITORS WANTED Be the International
Registry Company: must be able to furnish flM'.
class reference or bond. 417 Pine st..room x
-TAII)R WANTED At once. KC-id all-around
roan. Apply 332 Olive st.
TEAMSTERS and laborers for Iowa; 11.75 dav;
also fifty laborers for Chicago and Alton Ralb
road; free pass. Koenlg's Labor Agency, ei
Walnut st.
"TWENTY rlledrlverii rnd brldgemen for Ala
bama; also three foremen. 3". brldgemen for In
dian Territory. Kocnig'a Lalier Agency, ci
Walnut st.
"WANTED A coatmaker at once. Address Ju
lius l"riedrlcb. Union Ut. Tenn.
"WANTED-Expertenced reedwo-ker. capable of
taking hold of our shop; good saliry. Rich Hrcs..
VX S. Howard st . Hlltlmo . Md
W4NTED Everywhere -Hustlers to tack s!-ns.
distribute circulars, namrl.a, etc . noeanvassms,
good pay. Sun Advents ng l!urrau.Chlcago.
"WANTi: D-MTn tn advertise and introduce rur
soaps ami specialties, tack Men, distribute cir
culars, sarrrles. apiniint subager.ts. stpa. work
$12 weekly and cxwnses. Marvel Mil, t-o., Chi
cago. "WAITERS WANTEl-Flftern flrst-clafs wait
ers wanted during the fair bv M"-Kinnon .v Nell.
itz Main st., Dal'.as, Tex., salary Si perdaj
""WANTED Ten good harnessnakers and strap
hands at once. Hicks Saddlery Co. Dallas. Tex.
"WANTEI-N1ne jountr men to prepare fw the
November St. I.mls Postal Service examination;
thorough preparation; charges reasmatle; Ineloi
sti-mp: writ" to-.!a Interstate Coriesiwndtnce
Institute, Cedar Rapids, la
"TARDMAN WANTED Young man about place.
3W N. Talcr ave. corner lieiiin ae
$50 per month ard expenses to experienced said
men. The Greeley Nurseries, Greeley. Colo.
AGESTS WASTED.
'"AGENTS WANTED-To sell street fair but
tons. Sc each: 50- dox.. 83 per l'V Si. Louis
Button Co.. St. i-iuis. jio.
AUwtl.'i Hrt,UI.y-l F.-M J" ,'t,;1 .,
bouse to house, great seller; big profits. 1. h.
Sixth st.
AGENTS WANTED-Seil the latest rovelty
campaign tops. &.? each; 40e doi. , $3 ier IJ. bi.
Louts Button Co., St. Louis.
" AGENTS nake rroney selllnit our visiting cards;
100 Sw:: 25. 15c: novelty and wedding cards. Uulck
Service I'rlnting Co.. 1207 Oiliest;
AGENTS WANTED To sell hand-pjlnte.1 me
dallions of Bryan and Mclililcy. Sc each. l.
Louis Button Co., Sc Luuls.
..-.... ... .--T-r ..- II Chnn Cf ..,..'
AJlxUlo ro nanoie campaign i-uivojia, "u
10c for samples and price Il-t- Crescent Art
Studio, 121 S. Broadway. St. Loul.
"AGENTS WANTED To sell bachelor button,
te each: 50c drz. , 13 gros. St. I.ou!s Button Co..
St. Louis. Capacity. l-w.OOO buttons dally.
AGENTS-WANTED-Slreetmen. fakers. Bryan
photos $1 per 100. $3 per 1 0X1. umiilw, 10c In
SiaiUPS. V-AllCI 1WW -" ... ..". "
. u- ... . .-... -nlt m
lamps, $2 53; martels. 9c: write for catalogue.
Eckerle Electric Ca. 21C N. Fourteenth ft.
"AGENTS WANTED Campaign buttons: any
candidate. $1 per lO: samples, 5 pink stamps.
Carter Book and News Co.. 311 S. H.-oadway
AGENTS WANTED-Carrpalgn club badges
and buttons: special designs trade to order, send
for sampUs. Haskell. Mfr.. 615 line. St. Imls.
AGENTS WANTED Agents, street men: ?o-g
book: Jl per 1: latest hits: hot -ellers; deposit
on C O D. order. Carter Book Co, 311 .
Broadway. St. Louis
AGENTS, either sex; srteet and wagon men;
don't miss it: for the greatest money-puller on
earth without investing. Address j. rranklm,
V.ndalla. 11.
AGENTS WANTED To rell Bryan and Mc
Klnley lithographs, 2UH Inches, 10c each, three.
25c; twentj-tlve. LM; 1.0, $3. J). St. Louis But
ton Co.. St. Louis.
AGENTS Callfnrnla Fruit Juice outsells all
drinks at fairs; pearly all profit; big money sell
Ing recipes for making it; write for particulars.
Gray & Williams. San Antonio. Tex.
"aOENTS WANTED To sell campaign but
tons. $5 per 1.00J; campaign belt buckles, some
thing new, 25c each. fct. Louis Button Co , Si.
Louis.
AGENTS on salary or commission: the greatest
agents' seller ever produced; eery user of pen
and Ink bujs It on sight: W to &J0 per cent prof
it; one agent's sales amounted to $420 tn six
das: another $32 In two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co
X 43. La Crosse. Wis.
ACnVBAbENTS WANTED To sell our rub
ber collars, cuffs, neckties and rlilrt fronts; r-r
feet Imitation of linen: sells at sight: send 25c for
sample collars or necktie. Thread City Collar Co.,
M3 Benclst building. St- Lou's.
CAMPAIGN buttons; even' kind In stock; but
tons made for clrbs: send for circular. Riley
Mfg. Co.. 615 Locust St.. St. Louis.
CAMPAIGN Supplies-Flags, banner, badges,
terchta. caps, etc: 10 assorted buttons, 11. Na
tional Company. Box 93. St. Lo uls.
FOR a 2-cent stamp we will send you complete
explanation of a thousand ways to malre money
that sou never heard of before; new and oriff
iral: nothing like It on earth: fer rich or poor.
Address to-day, Box f44, St. Louis. Mo.
GRANDEST gift ever offered to each customer:
agents reaping harvest with our new photo tick
et: pay every night. Murlllo. 1314 OUve st.
NEW ticket: new prize; bet moneymaker on
ertth: even thing free; pay every night. Murlllo,
1314 Olive st.
PAJ.ESMEN Hot campaign goods: house-to-house
sellers; no buttons: two big samples 10
cents. Wayne Supply Co.. Piedmont, 310
STREETMEN We have money-getters for
fairs, blowouts, picnics; sample rive pink stamps.
Carter Book Co.. 311 t1. Broadway.
STREETMEN. Fakers-Gold teeth: fastest
selling novelty out; samples, live 2c stamps. Car
ter Book Co., 311 S. Hmadvvay. St Louis.
$25 to 55i dilly esslly made by our live agents,
men or women, sluing our latest novelty cam
paign waterproof neckties; goods entirely new
and patented, agents delighted; sales unlimited;
wnat others do you can do, time Is short; write
to-day and secure exrluslve territory, guaranteed
best i-eller. Aodrees. with stamp. M. & M.
Macfg. Co.. Ipt. C. Sprlngfleli. Mass.
E3IPl.OY.MEST AGESCIES.
ALL those desiring help or seeking situations
may register with the Free Employment Bureau
of the Mate I Imr Bureau of statistics, 835 Cen
tury building. &ltuat!ona and help furnished free
of charge. Tel. Klnlocn B 17i7.
BAND LEADEIj'WANTEU A cornet plaer
as leader and instructor for town in country.
State Free Kmployment Bureau. 535 Century
building.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED For hotel in city.
State Krre Empiojmenl Bureau. 835 Century.
COLORED laborers for railway construction
work In the Indian Territory, wages $1.50 to
$l.t5 per day; board $2.50 and $3 per week .rail
road fare advanced. State Free Employment
Iluuau. 25 Century building.
COOK WAXTElJMalc cook for boardlng
house. $5. State Free Employment 'Bureau, 5
Century building.
COOK WANTED A female cook for boarding
house; $20 tier month. State Free Employment
Bureau. s35 Century building.
COOK WANTED Woman for boarding-house
to cook and help In dining-room, state Free Em
plojment Bureau. 835 Century building.
DAIRYMAN WANTED An experienced milker;
$20 per rcontn and board. State Free Employ
ment Bureau. 835 Century Building.
ENGINEER WANTED Stationary engineer.
State Free Employment Bureau, 815 Century
building.
DISHWASHER WANTED A man to" wash
dishes and attend horse. State Free Employ
ment Bureau. Ji33 Century building.
ftlTlT. W1VTP11 Tlli-I tn An hMt.. an.l .Mntni..
room work! 'state Free Employment Bureau. sj5
1 Century building.
HOUSr-l.IRl. WANTED Young girt to assist
with housework and nurtlng. $12. State Free
Kmployment Bureau. 1CS Century building.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A woman to go
to country ns housekeeper. Stale Free Employ
ment Bureau, 835 Century building.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged wom
an to do general housework. State Free Em
ployment Bureau. S35 Century building.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-eged
Swede woman for general housework to go to
country town. State Free Employment Bureau.
835 Century building.
KITCHEN GIRL WANTED-GIrl to do kitchen
work in restaurant. State Free Employment Bu
reau. S3S Century building.
LABORERS WANTED Brickyard laborers
Immediately. State Free Employment Bureau, 833
Century building.
"WOOD-' SAWYERS WANTED Five experi
enced wood sawyers. State Free Employment
Bureau. 135 Century building.
4,564
14 Help Wanted" Ads were printed
in The Republic during August.
swwss---. 4Bs. ss.eV
Secure your HELP through
The Republic. 21 -words or
less, 5c. Any drug store.
ROOMS roil HEST.
Three Unes for Five Cents.
Each Adlltionnl Une Five Cents Extra-
ALL ilesrtng nice comfortable rooms. 25c a
day. SI.2.". a week up. White House, southwest
corner Ninth and Pine; strictly first-class.
BELL Ave.. 40- I rpe furnished room: south
ern exposure, detached house, all conveniences.
"llELT Ave.. UK Two furnished roams, one
suitable for two gentlemen. $10; the other fur
nished for one gentleman. $5
rmOAim-AY iik", 107 k. At the "Rest-"
j 20 rooms. 21c; 10 rooms, jjc: 10 rooms. Wc per day.
CASS Ave., 2S24 A "nice five-room apartment,
unfurnished; reasonable.
CASS Ave 2S09 Nicely furnished, large, cool
second floor front and otner rooms; rtrivite fam
Uj. complete for houekiplng; line location.
CHPSTNUT-St 63-Newly and neatly fur
nished rooms; all modern conveniences; tran
sients: to $1 per night.
CTHOLTEAU Ave.7 1304-NewIy famished front
room for housekeeping; 11.73; also hall room, ,5c.
PEIJ.IAR Ave. 4241 Second-story front room,
southern exposure, also back parlor, well fur
nished: private famlii; terms reasonable: refer
tnces exchanged.
DICKSON St.. 2310-Two"
rooms :or .lght bousekeeplng.
nicely furnished
EASTON Ave, 331S- Nl"ely furnl'hed double
parlor and hall room; all conveniences: rent
very reasonable.
""EIGHTH "ft S4T"s.Nlcey furnished rooms,
from $t to $2 t"r vteek; also two unfurnished
connecting rooms, $7 per menth, with bath.
ERICSSON" 26.iSLocust Apartments for gen
tlemen; has library, gymnasium, Llcjcle, stable,
hot and cold baths.
" FINNEY Av e3T3 Large second-story room;
all conveniences; detached private house; gentle
men preferred.
FRANKLIN Ave.. 0n One furnished front
room for one or two gentlemen.
"FRANKLIN Ave.. 2315Two large light rooms
for light housekeeping: strictly quiet; private
family: to adults only: reference
GARRISON Ave.. 9l N. Nicely furnished and
unfurnished rooms; gas and bath; reasonable.
GARRISON-Ave 622 N. Newly furnished
frcnt and other rooms; nice, quiet place: visitors
l city accommodated: moderate terms.
GARRISON Ave.7 216 S. Neatly furnished
second-story room, suitable for gent or lady:
bath and all conveniences; only 15 per month.
KfNGrHHToHWAY. 2SI7 a. OpnoslteTow er
Grove Park Elegant suite, two rooms: com
lets for ltd keeping; gas. tath and furnace;
reference.
LAFAYETTE Ave.. 2 Two ntc;ly furnlshd
serond-iloor front rooms for housekeeping; gas
range.
""ljOOUST St.. MC-lMS-Elegant fnmlshed rooms;
double find single, week or month.
LOCUST St-. 1507 and 1535 Cool rooms, with
first-class board; visitors accommodated
LOCLVT SL. HI. Next to St Nicholas Hotel
Rooms for gentlemen; hot and cold filtered baths;
electric light; furnace heat; terms reasonable.
I-OC'UST St., SO'.C Desirable well-furnlehed
front and other rooms: modern conveniences;
nice, quiet place; best service; reasonable terms.
LOCUST St., 2122-Front parlor and other
rfms. modern conveniences: handy to Union Pta
llji., wholesale district and Exposition, visitors to
city accommodated. ,
LOCUST St.. SII.Next Doer to St Nicholas
Hotel One large rc-orn for two gentlemen, vest
em and southern exposure: furnace heat, elec
tric light, electric fan. tittered bath; room con
tains two Iron beds two wardrobes, etc
LUCAS Ave.. 2730-Nlctly furnished rooms; all
modern rcnvenlences:, reasonable.
"i.UCAS Ave.. 341J-De!rable. well-furnished
flr.t rooms, second floor, single or en suite,
rrivatM famllv. southern expourr; gentlemen
I referred, references exchanged.
MISs-ISSIPP Ave.. 171S Nice small room; rea
sonable to quiet gentleman.
""MISSISSIPPI Ave.. 142S Nicely furnished room
fnr gentlemen, with all modern conveniences;
oppcslte Ioifayetle 1'ark.
MORGAN St.. H19Neatly furnished front rar
lor. also hall room: connecting rooms for houte
keeplng; modern conveniences; terms very rea
sonable. NINTH St.. 21'sl N. A nicely furnished frcnt
room, private family.
OHIO Ave.. 1723 Newly furnished second-story
front and back rooms; also hall room: st.-lctly
tint-c-sss.
OLIVE St.. 1222 Nicely furnished rooms nt rea
sonable rates; also nice hull room.
OUVE St.7"272S-C)ne large unfurnished second
story front room; own house; reference required.
OLIVE St.. 222c r- Well-furnished jecond-ficcr
front and other rooms, from $1 to $1 per week.
OLIVE Ft . 131A Three desirable rooms for
housekeeping; all conveniences; reasonable terrre.
OLIVE St., 2325 Four we ll-furnlped rooms on
secend tloor. single on en suite; all eonv.. gents
only.
OL1VB St.. S331 Two rooms, first floor; water;
U month; three rovnu, third-floor front; south;
bath; $10 month.
OUVE St.. 2653A Students and others: larg
conrectlng parlur rooms, single or en suite: good
locations; very xeasonable terms.
OLIVE St., 14)7- Large s-cond-fioor front rar
lor and other rooms; hot and cold bath: l'JO lect
from Exposition; very lea-orublr.
buv St.. 1214A- Several nice, clean, com
fortable single rooras; souther-. exisure; suita
ble for gentl-men; gas and free bMh
OLIVE St.. S555 Iarge. neatly furnished rooms,
hot android bath: homelike; best of service; prl
xate family, also rooms for housekeeping; reas.
C'LIVE St. 2205 Will accommodate three or
four students with newly furnlrhed connecting
rroms; also front room; modern conveniences;
reasonable terms.
OLIVE St, ISIS One elegant front nm. Ilrst
floor, and othi roems: slrangers In the citv can
Is; accommodated by the day. week or month at
rem onable rales.
"PAPIN St.. I'M. Cor. of Seventeenth St.
Newly papered furnished rooms. $1. r.ni up.
IAPIN St.. 1551 Two nicely furr.l'hed cocl
rooms, second floor; with all modern con
xeuiences. "pING St.. 1017V4 Newly furnished rooms for
r, rt.
TINE SU. 3226 Secflnd-stery front room, ruita
ble for two gentlemen.
I INE St.. 3300 Nicely furnished second-tlocr
room; S")ulhern exposure: molern conveniences:
suitable for two gentlemen; terms very reason-
aoi
TINE St.. 2927 Deslraoie, weu-iumisnea ironi
and connecting rooms: southern exposure, mod
ern conveniences: private family: tine location;
terms very reasonable
ST. ANGE. 1212 Two unfurnished rooms, $6;
couple i Ithout children. r
TENTH St. HIS S. Furnished rooms, with all
conveniences; quiet locality; very reasorahle.
Tl ;TH St., SIC N. Nicely furnished largo
ool room; suitable for three gentlemen: Tae a
week each: private family: downtown district.
TENTH St. 8C8 N. Newly furnlshd. large,
cool rooms, suitable for gentlemen or nnv
couples; private fimlly: downtown district; all
ccnvenlences; reasonable.
THERESA Ave., tie N. Nicely fumlehed second-story
front room: H conveniences; terms
l casunable.
f
THIRD St.. 115 P. N'ceSy furnished rooms, .,
$1 and 31.25 per week.
THOMAS St., 2SI3 Three unfurnished front
rooms; gas and' bath: comer hou.e.
"VANDEVENTER Ave.. 71SA N. (Near Delmar)
- Desirable room, nicely furnished; all conve
nl nces: reasonable.
VANDEVENTER Ave.. 521A N. Furnished
front room: hot bath; water Altered; fuel, lisfci
and kitchen; equipment for housekeeping: $2.u0;
no children.
WARREN-SU 1411-Front rocm for light
houekeeplns7 southern exposure; M a monilu
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2S37-Double parlor;
touihern exposu,e; other rooms; good batn.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 1301-Fumlshed front
rooms; $1 to $2.50 per week; southern expoauri ;
bath, etc
WASHINGTON' Ave.. 3132-FurnIehed or unfur
n'fbed looms for light housekeeping; reat onable;
reference exchanged.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 1503 Newly furnished
rooms for gentlemen only: i6c to $3.50 per week;
bath, lunchroom: all conveniences.
WASHINGTONAve.. WIS Nicely furnished
front and other rooms, suitable for milliners or
either visitors to city, or gents; respectable; ren
aonable. WASHINGTON Ave.. 180$ Cool, desirable fur
nished rooms: gas. bath, hot and cold water:
best service; strangers to city accommodated:
v try reasonable-
"WASHINGTON Ave- 1533 Large first and sec
ond story front rooms: southern exposure; rooms
for housekeeping: visitors to city accommodated;
!. per we end up.
HOOJIS FOn HEST.
Three Unes for Five Cents.
Each Additional line Five Cents Extra.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2631
l enlences references.
-I.arge room; all con-
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2627 Respectable widow
vlll show newly urnlshed front and other
rooms: southern exposure; hot bath; homelike;
for gents; reasonable.
WEST CHESTNUT St.. 3337 EIegantl fur
nished second-story front rooms: for gentlemen,
v 1th gas bath and all other modern comenl
er ces.
ROOMS WITH nOAHD.
Three Unes for Five Cents.
Each Additional Une live Cents Extra.
AUBERT Ave.. 767 Select private family can
sccommodato a gentleman with nicely furnished
front room, with or without board; moderate
BKIJT. Ave. Very desirable room, with or
without board; excellent location; near two lines
of cars. Y M. Reiubllc
BELL Ave., 2130 Entrance front room, with
board, two gentlemen or couple; other rooms;
modem convenience.
CHESTNUT St.. 2333-$! week; elegant second
story front room; excel.en: Ixard; all conveni
ences; private famil; own home.
"CHESTNUT M 3Vn. Wellington Hotel
Students coming to city, first-class rooms and
board, meals all hours; modern conveniences;
reasonable terms.
CL. RK Ave.. 2214 Nicely furnished back rar
lor for gents or couple: also vacancy for room
mate; board If desired.
COMITON Ave.. 1113 N. Nicely furnished
rooms with or without board modem conveni
encts; also rooms for lignt housekeeping, rea
sonable. " COMPTON Ave . ion-NNIcSy furn!shed!
ltrge parlor", with or without board. In small
Jewish family; aNo rooms for housekeeping;
large lawn; low price.
DAYTON St..
without board:
class; carB near.
2830 Furnished rooms, with or
private family; everything tlrstV
DELMAR, 422S Hand;mely furnished room,
with board; for gentlemen o.ily; private family.
DELMAR-Axe.. 422 Handsomely-furnished
room and board ttr gentlemen only; trivate fam
ily. DEI.MAR, 4fOS Beautiful suite of rooms; no
children takeu. excellent table; convenient to
ais.
DELMAR Ave.. SS54 Nicely furnished second
floor front room; other rooms, wlih beard: mid
em conveniences.
DELMAR Ave.7 3752 Nlceiy "furnished "second
story ro.m, good board; hot and cold bath;
l'llvate family; gentlemen preferred.
FINNRY Ave..""2S3Firct:lass board by day
or week; very reasonable.
"FINNEY" Ave., 3V Nicely furnished front
room In private family; on or two boarders.
FINNEY Ave, 3C54 Large, pleasant rcoms;
nlcily furnished, wlih good board; private lam
lly, reasonable.
FOUNTAIN Ave. 4S44 Two newly furnished
end ncjaly rsir-ered front rooms: bath; every con
venience, good toard: rrivate family; moderate.
EUGENIA St.. 2517-NlceIy furnished rooms,
with good table bjatd: plenty fruit, vegetables:
bath. gds. furnice ne.-t; day boarders accommo
dated; nil conveniences'.
FRANKLIN Ave.. 301S Front room, furnished,
with board, for two gentlemen or man and
wife; all conveniences; terms reasonable.
GRAND Ave, J421 N. Excellent table board
by day er wek: pleasant rooms in neighborhood
uay er
desired.
ic
GRAND Ave.. 253 N. Two elegantly furnished
front rccms; southern exposure; with or without
beard; rc-oms for carriages and four horses.
GRA.ND Ave.. 9u"N.7TheMacPhersan-Elegant
apartments, modern conveniences: telephone,
snoker. parlors, choice cu sine; considering ac
commodations, lowest rates tn city; location un
siriiarsrd, six car lines; day board, special rate.
HICKORY
on back row
St.. IsW-Nicely furnished
good board.
rooms
HICKORY St.. 151s Nicely famished room,
second tloor, with all conveniences; reduction to
two, with or without bcard-
I.INDELL Boulevard. 3910-Large. elegant
res ms. with first-clasa bosnl. in modern house:
t convenbnl to Olive and Suburban cars.
UNDELI. Boulevard. 2(5--ThI beautiful fam
ily hotel, now ready for guests; elegant apart
ments, with board.
"LOCUST St.. 27l Nicely furnished rooms, with
loferd. for gents or couple: $3.50 per week
IX; ST St.. 2S27 Nicely furnlsned room, with
fini-e.Iass fjoard; day boarders accommodated.
LOCUST St.. 2930 Newly furnished front and
ctl-er rooms; excellent boarl: large lawn; alt
ee.nienienj; visitors to city accommodated.
"LOCUST Ft3)'6 Well-t-rnlshel, large, eec
ond floor front room; first-class table: modern
coMenlences; two or three gents; reasorabie.
" LOCUST " ft- 2221-Deslrable rell-furnlshel
front and side rcoms; modern conveniences;
choice table: best of service; moderate terras!
LOCUST St., 222-Verylarge, handsomely fur
nished second-story front: select board: all ciin
venlences, location unexcelled; reasonable terms.
LOCUST St.. 2113 Desirable large, cool rooms;
select board; mod. conv.: southern exposure;
xisltors to city accommodated; terms reasonable.
LOCUST St.. 320O and 3146 Select board: front
rcoms- mod. conv.: location unexcelled; visitors
ti city accommodated vety moderate terms
LOCUST St.. snieWell-furnlshcd large sec
r.dfloor front room; ltrst-class table: modern
unvenlences: two or three gents; reasonable.
"LOCUST St.. 1520 and 1603 -Elegantly "furnished
front and other ronms: first-class board; modem
conveniences, vtsltois to city accommodated; rea
sorabie. IjOCUST St.. 2227 Handsomely furnished first
and second story freni parlors and other rooms,
with board, bath: rates to merchants; southern
exiosure.
IJTCUST St.. 2936 Nextly furnished front and
connectl-g rooms; nil cenveniences. select bo-ird;
e'ny hoar.lers accommodated; location unexcelled;
reasonable
LOCirST St.. 3042 Will accommodate gentle- !
men or couple; newly furnished rooms; select
board modem conveniences; lawn; day I-oarders
ace ommodated -reasonable.
LOCUST St.. H04 Desirable rocms; select
board; convenient to Union Station. Expltijn
building, wholesale and retail district; visitors
tj city accommodated: reasonable.
LUCAS Ave..- Sit Nicely "furnished Tk-ond-story
front and other rooms, with board; all
conveniences.
LUCAS Ave.. 22I-Strar.gers and students vls
ltlng city can have Rrst-cU's hoard, room and
service; all conveniences; very moderate terms.
LUCAS Av. 3111-Deslrable, well-furnished
front and other rcoms; select board if desired;
medern conveniences; location unexcelled; reason
able terms.
MenrnRSOX Ac, 4I4-Two adjolrln. front
room, v.lih iMW-td; other pleisant room; fcood
table; hot luth. porce'ahvtub: handy to cirs.
""McPHEnsON" Ae.. 4ZtVety nice thlnl-story
front room, toil table tor t.i Kentlemen; ptood
board; prlate family; bet vccommodatlons.
MORfSAN St. Clt-Etrletly prUate family vWU
loerd two jounc min; Jl.. tvrrj comfort.
MOKCJAN St.. 3H7 SIH.t board; connecting
rooms; firt floor; front and sido entrances; othn
rooms; nodern conveniences; Kood location; tnol
-rn horcc
OLlvn Ht. ?35. 'narrlRger" Superior room'.
en suH or tparate; excellent tall-; pood serv
Ice; Tefften?; can accomroo'late table boarders.
PAGE Ae. 4123 Nicely furnished cond-tory
front room; also connecttnir rojm; southern ex
tture: with or without board.
PARK Ae. SOT Elegantly fiirni?hed coo!
frcnt and other rooms, with ArM -class bojrd;
oi pcftte Lafayette Park.
PINE St.. 2S20. The Cbarlemont Will sliow de.
slrnblrt rooms; select board at reajwnable price-.
PINE St., 3006 Handsome front room with
board, for two gentlemen or coupl-. referenee-i.
PINE St.. 331S Students and ether, select
.oanl; nlcelv furnished rooms, modern cenveni
ences; homelike; very reasonable terms.
ROOM AND BOARD-JewHli family; me or
two connccttnc roome; West End. B 5U6. Itepub
Iie SARAlt St.. 508 N., Corner Olite-Ntcely fur
nished second-story front rooms; southern and
TYralsTTTl t-AJ-V-riias., Jll.il, LrUtLIU !. Us7i a et- -"
9UJ1JU1 Ate., ell. call OL ou r ui iiiaieru
rooms, with boarl: strictly modem; terms mod-
rrL., aw. ,.......
TWELFTH St.. 2300 S. Rooms. 7. II. 1.1.
JI.W and 11.75 per week; board, S3; meals, 15c;
nice for married couple.
TWENTIETH 31 90 N. Nicely furnished.
Targe, cool rooms In prtvate family, with cr with
out board; for gentlemen or couplea; all conttn
lences. 'WASHINGTON Ave.. 1215 Plrst-flon- front and
other rooms; finl-claaa table: all conveniences.
" WASHINGTON Ave.. 292J-Select boarding; nlc
hall room for gentleman; gas, bath, screej. etc
HOOJIS WITH DOAHD.
Three Unes for Five Cents.
Each Additional Ltne Five Cents Extra.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 3IT-Studcnts and others
coming to city, first-class roomie and hoard:
modem conveniences; terms $1 is?r week.
"WASHINGTON-Ave.. 1303 Newlv furnl'lied
rocms for gentlemen only; TV to J3.50 per week,
bath, lunchroom, all conveniences.
WASHINGTON Ave. 3115 NewTv furnlshe.1
room, with flrst-class lioanl; all mo-lern conven
ience; southern exio&ure; two gentlemen or
couple.
VASIHNGTON .TT7"20:3Dcslrabi well-fur-rlohed
front and other roon-s: elect loard: rcml
ern conveniences; southern exicsure; location un
excelled; best of service.
WEST BEIJ.B Place. 41l2-Svond-story rcomT
r.lth good board, nicely furnlshetl.
WEST" BELLE Place. :i-" Victoria" Fu
nlshed rooms; excellent table: near Suburban
cars; day l-eurders accommoilated.
WIT BELLE Piace. 40 Nlcelr-furnished
rooms and flrst-claw IsMrd; by day r v.eek.
Mrs. Tultle
WEST I1FI.LK I'lre. IWL-XlreW furnhil.id
irsms ami gtoI Nard for two r thre- gentle
men; ail conveniences, desrib'e location, rroi
erale. WEST CHESTNUT St . 2S2SXewly fumlsbe,!
fr'ir.t loom, eecrnd fl.s.r, with lirst-class tviaril;
all modern conveniences
WIIITTIER St.. 1117 Nuely furnished seeon.I
Kory front and oher rcoms. with good loard:
n ilern conveniences.
IIOOMS ASD HOARD WASTED.
PI.F.ASANT room with full I oard for n.n ladi;
J20 p-r month.Addres 1 W . 120 N Grand ae.
I'OH REST tlWHTIIESTS.
BOARD In private n-rimn family, where thr
Is only one other boarder: state terms. B l-t. Re
public. ELEVENTH St.. 1112 nd"i3i SEetnL-nouteau
Ave and Hle'nry St. Fats, each with tvo nice
rooms and kitchen; reasonable rent, apply next
door.
NINTH St , 25fs N. Three rm. laundry and
cellar: g"oil order; enly $3; water Ineluded.
Rcsentauui & Kausehulie. 247 N. Broadway.
PRIVATE board with widow lady: must
nlc an I cheep. Call cr address Rcom K Moer
Hotel.
ST. CLAIR Av.. 911-Sirlctlv modem flat. Ap
ply en premises or Barbour Hardware Co.
WEST BEI.LE Terrace. 4563-3Idenl 4-rOom
flats; fos,esirn 15th rr 1st; every ronvenienee
nnd Janitor s-rvlee, $3-. Kes ;dl Marcus. ad
Joining FOR REST nWEI.I.ISG.!.
KEXNERI.Y Ave.. 1510-Ilve-room cottage and
ir.indry. newly papered.
KENNETT Place. ISM Two-story and man
sard, eontrlning 11 rooms; in good order; $35 to
good tenant.
OLIVE St.. 272S Ten rooms, has all modern
lmprovem'nte. $50.
SCOTT & FARRAR. 715 Chestnut st.
SOMETHING fine, new tbree-rnom cottage in
East St. Louis. Key at No. 13 Co'linsville ave.
MJITH Side storage an.1 Moving Co.. 1501. 1S0J
tnd 1905 Sidney st. Tel. SUcey 2;5.
UNATTACHED seven-room rel brick house,
-.ard and barn; modern conveniences- one block
from Lxfaette Park; $25. Inquire 1107 Dolman
street
UTAH St., 2109 Four-room house, $ per
menth; south of Benton Park. Inquire next door.
TO LET FOR BUSISESS PlTtPOSES.
BROADWAY". Ml S- Lolge and socletyraU:
every second and third Tuesdav. second and third
Weanesday. first and thud Thursday and every
fcaturdxy and Sunday: rent $3 per mosth.
RROADWAY. 60t S. Lodge and soeletyTalf;
every se-ond and third Tuesdsy. second and third
Wednesday. flr-l and thlfd Thursday and every
Saturday and -aunilay; rent $2 per month.
OFFICE. Afply at Mulkry Mcllaie. 323 Mls
KUri ave.
OLIVE St.. 3555 Part of room, suitable for la
dles' tallGting, watchmaker, etc. or light manu
lecturing. low- rent.
(Tablets!, buildsng
OUVE AND SIXTH STS.
The location th choicest.
Th-s conveniences unsurpassed.
The class cf tenants the best.
VACANCIES AS FOLLOWS.
One room on third floor.
One room on fourth floor.
Three rooms on fifth floor.
One room en seventh floor.
Three rooms on eighth floor.
One room on ninth floor.
Three rooms on tenth floor.
Call at on-e If you wish an office In the best
office building In the city.
We Invite inspection of our second flnor .Ele
gant quarters for merchant tailors, millinery,
wholesale Je-selry. etc.: nothing In city equal
these room. JOHN C IIAI.U Agent-
KAR.MS FOB REST.
GERMAN family to take charge cf a wll-lm-rroecel
farm and stock. For particulars, address
Geo eSoodrich, McRae. Ark.
FOR REST MISCELLANEOUS.
TWO-STORY brick stable; room for 20 head
horres; wrgnn jard, under cover, rent $35: at
2113-27 Carrst.
STORAGE ASD MOVISG.
AMERICA27 Sterage and Moving Co.. 315 Olive
St. Packing, shipping, storage, separate rooms.
Tel. Main 2531. W. H. Langdale. President.
A FOSTAL to W. W. rortman bonded ware
house. 4427 Manciretta. for low prices on moving,
packing, shipping or storage. Tel. Tyler 624M.
BONDED Warehouse He. C Wlhe Storage
and Moving Company. 1513-18 Franklin ave.;
money advanced vvr-en desired. Klnlocn C 963.
F. H. FORTMAN. Storage. Moving, Packing
and Shipping i'a . St Xxuis and East St. Lcul.
Kin. D 1217jBelI Tiler 269A.fCce. 2801 Case.
UNDELI. Moving Company. 1227 Tavlor ave..
will move furniture carefully and promptly at
lowest rates. Phone Undell 69.
NEW YORK Storage Company, of (ice. all
Union Trust building Mive. pack. ship, store
fine furniture In private rooms. Vhene Main 254.
RELIARLE Storage. Packing and Moving Com
panyLowest rate.; mothproof rooias. 4210 and
4212 Easton ave. I'hcnea Bell 1071A. Kin. 504D.
Storage f-
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF New
karehouse. Grand and Laclede
avea.. for the safA-kre-ln'. of fnr-
rdtvre. pianos, trunks, valuables, boxes, etc:
careful moving packing, shipping, etc. Money
advanced. Consign goods to our care. EsttmaiM
free. Get our rates. Phonsa C 830. C 1493.
R. U. LEONORI. JR.. & CO.. 1219-21 Ollre st.
CAHPET CLEAMNG.
At-t work (niarnnt-rcl. J. X. rdlr Pteara
Carrot Itpat.r and Renovating Co. Xlnctffnth
anl Pine. lowest rrlces. Ufll Main 63.; Kin. D 74
CARrnTS takfrt u ctrflnM. made over and
laid; ht work; lot.t rrls:?. Empire Stfitra
Carpet Cleaning Co.. 2123 Lucaa. Main 1131; C95..
KNTERPRI.SC Steam Carpet Clean. hit Co!
Srcla.I attention -fo altprlrp, Fewlnp. relaying,
haston and i'endleton. Undell 27.M. Kin. D SJ.
ST. lOUIS Steam Carret CIean!njr CdOv-i
f rM-clR, work at rfsasonaWe prices. neU Forest
2PIir. KlDlcch E IK.. 4.75 naston a.e.
GOLD, SILVHU AND MCICLL PLATING.
DOWNING replates and repairs silverware:
go'd plates watches. J'ftelrv. good work; cash
for old gold, sllier and platinum. 203 N. 7th st.
GOLD and sllicr plating In all branches; cash
for old gold and sifter; fine gold for sale- bee
kamp &. Kraiwe. 12lj I'lne su
WALL. P.Vl'KR.
RHJ Reduction Fifty rolls while blank paper
for 11.25; ne and two band border, wc a roll
liummtll Wallpaper Co., 26o j( ijroadwaj-.
ROBERT--IEDEMANN, Paperhangerand Dec
oratorEstimates cheerfully giien; satlsfacttun
guaranteed. Ad. postal. 1419 North Market st.
WALL PAPER Here jou are. I will paper
jour room from S2 up. work guaranteed. It. B
tlregotv, 2327 lark ave.
WALLPAPER cleaned, Jl room up: also-fresco"
water color, taiierlry, etc.. cleaned. Excelsior
leaning Comrany. 3120 Nenstead. Phone D
ZKIINER A CO . 1(20 Papln St. Paper hang
ing, whitening and plastering; all work done at
luv.en rates; satisfaction guaranteed: send ooita'u
PAIITNEIIS WANTED.
PARTNER WANTED Partner with me cap
ital, enter p ris. rg bus.ness. H in. Retubllc
PARTNER WANTED A-irtnerln a good
rlng tuelness. Addie-'a G. W. Evans, 20J Cen
tury buildinr-
IlljSIA'nSS WANTED.
CASH for uncanceled, printed or addressed pos
tal caids or have them cleaned; made like new.
&unuard stationery Co.. Mermod & Jaccard bids.
SIISCKLLAAnOlS WANTS.
A. J. WILD Jewelry Co.. Mfrs. and Jewelers,
104 N. Slith st., pais highest cash price for oli
gold, watch cases, jV-eiry; open till S p. m.
CASH for uncancefed postal cards, coins, post
age stamps; premium coin list, lou. St. Louis
Stamp and Coin Company. 203 N. Eighth rt.
TOUNO housebroko blue skye terrier; state
kwest prico and age. A lv. Republic
TVPBWniTEltS.
For Sille.
OLIVER tiTewrlter: nearly new; used but Ill
tie: big bargain, call at once- 104 N. Twelfth.
" REMINGTON. Smith. Callgranh typewrtters.
lis to 150. Et. Louis Typewriter Eichaagt,
Chemical building. Tel. 31 11C2.
r;ftecn Cents I'er I Ice.
A FREE treatment dispensary for private dil
ea-es. soies. discharges, etc.. either ., jjj v.
Ninth st.
CONriNKlIENT cases taken: tort payment l,t
soil; tnal treatment and consu't.'itl n free, cjj
OlUe st. Mrs. lxxtcr Jluri-hy. Klnlcch kl.
POCTOK MERW1N. 2233 Olile st.
lediee troubles.
treats clt'l
DOCTOR ANNIE NE.VIANlS ,!. . uti- -
boards durmp -onnnen.tu. ladlrs in trouUe. call
cr write; confidential; ttrms reus.; treat by mail.
DR. MARV AKTUl'i: Only pli. pici.inI,eepUi
a t-unSrcment home in the ilty. havlnc-a health?
1 jcatlun. trained nurr excellent ac omm-iC i
tlfn. nuitheily caro an.l prffct seeusioa; irrei-ularitfcj-.
successfully treatd or no cnare zu;r
a ntced results. Conxultatitm free. -311 Morcaa sf.
DOCTOU KI.IA AlIr.iLvri'aJlDsfiiniMe sp--lalivt
ror all f-mile iU?T--ie; ! tfars suw-,,-ful
ex;ii-nce; perfct ehil''n iunnz -onfln-mnt.
orly I rHatr. tirt-lasR, re'tablt- and in-frp-'rated
home; i-ositively the b--t location -commo,latlon,
and nc Heal KHI in the clt
dh! rat terms ttj all, .i. nit truyt jour money
r-ealth. life and character in th Itan-N cf thi
Incompetent and uns-erupulou'-,; v. ill tnk one t
work, write for full particulars before Kom
e.ew here. ZT03 OlUc U
INDIES My regulator n.er fahs; -n wmp!?;
tr-.ttment free. Alts. E. Starr. S3 Franklin ae.
I.ADIKS in tr-iMe. trull; pnate hoire lefor-
a-il fluring conetin't Mrs. Mejcr. 112 S M. st.
I-DIE-? flolden aal l a never-fairni: reu
l?tor. reTnn-s irre;uaritl from an cau ta
S to 12 hours; ent secure fnni obsfrtion; com
ple.e treatment. Jl; satisfaction jiaranteL Cv
S. fourteen th st.
MIP. DOCTOR MURPHY, nrlva: hem- befor
eonfinemtnt; befre polnc elwire set my
ter-ns; treat Irregularities: iruaranteM horn
f(.und for Infant .'ree; Lt of med!eal ani
trained ntirlnr; ladl. try my r--;lator anl
tafeguard 2!2 and flr. Oh- . Cap cr write.
MRS. L. HOTSON lnd prtvat ben tlnrtnc
r'n.; best piac In city, ha vine healthy location,
trr.lr.-d rurInr. eTCHnt accom'n-vlatifjns. abso
lute prot-ctln end afety arwrM: mctie-T rare;
IrrpKtJiaritles succ-.s sniamntees-1 or no chwite;
Infant j!rrted. !nfrrnvt!n fr-; l.idi in trrsj
He. call or write; Grmir and Kronen spoken;
patent nt at t,-tIon rr.i "d ZZXi Olive.
t.ost ,M) ror.n.
IjOST IIver and white oolnfr bitch: retimi
tn I, it KunVel. Ztffl I-Kiist. or 3J8 P.ne;Iibtrat
reward.
LOST A erecnt Mar diamond fin: larpe ston
In center, surrun'leil by smnllr me5 Tusday;
!2 reward If returnHl U room 13H s)3im-rclal
1 ulhlln
STRAYED-On Friday nltrht. fmm V4 Oleve
lard ave., one Gordon sMtr dor, a bom s months
old; annwrs to nam rf Punch Finder will tren
fr a faior by notifvinsr J. V Kar.h at abore
adtlres?. or at The RDubI'e ofilce. Reward.
IIICCLEi.
" For .Snlf.
CLSVEI-AND. Crescent an.l Cair blcyclei;
Ft Xouis rvcle Cc. ins N. teconii t.; ak for
M or Kan. Telephone Main CS4. Kin loch A TK.
"SECONDHAND whl-Tchap: expriTrepilrinJ
promptly done; singles and tandems for rnt
Cnlumbla Hieycle 'o.. 3XA OUve IJndll H14A .
EI1UCATIOVAI.
AT Ft. I-euis Commercial CMlece. Grand ;nj
rranklin CommerclaJ. shorthand. EnRlIsh. by ex
peit; for oung: men and ladles. P. Ritner. pres.
HAID'S Business Academy, for youcc Hdles
and centlereen. J035 Thomas st.; elegant apart
mem; shorthand. tJT-erttlnK". bookkreping. pen-xna-ishlp.
spelling; grammar, arithmetic.
MISSOURI College of Law, Century btUdtnt,
Call or send for catalogue. TVm. J. Hopkins,
president. Pay and night schools.
PRIVATE lessons, shorthand, typewriting-; cnlif
eich'five shorthand school in city; compkta
ccurse. J3: shorten method used; Investigate.
Barnes. t5-l Vashington at a.
MCSICAL.
"HEAR the soul of a Krakaser sing; to hear
it Is to buy it. finld only by DanlM O. Dunker
Piano Company. Fourteenth and North Market.
MUSIC TEACHER has beautlfnl nprlght"!
8xr of the latest make for sale; it '. full sire,
mahepany wood, and guaranteed by manufac
turer for ten eara: will rive purchaeer -r chil
dren thre months lessons fr of charge; harsj
to sell the piano for half price. G It.
Republic.
ONE 71-3-octave upright piano. J115; one 71-3-octave
upright piano. 1&); standard make. G.
Groteguth. left N. Twelfth st.
PIANO tnnlag, 11.50; long erperlence: LOW ref
erences. John Atark, 3615 Lecieds ave.
PIAN03 and organs sold, rented, tuned, at
lowest price The Estey Co.. MS Olive St.
THE Newby & Evans, a high-grade artlstlo
piano; the price Is right: for sale only at 1W1
Ft. Louis ave.
THE old reliable Emerson piano sold only by
Pan'l G. Imnker Piano Co.. northeast corner
Fourteenth and North Market sts.
THR jvhmer piano have meritoriously gainst
the unqualified Indorsement of the musical spe
clallsLs; for sale only at 1501 St. Louis ave.
WE have an elegant assortment of slightly
used upright plaros. all guaranteed. In flrst-cisa.
order, at very low terms; :t to CM. T. Rahn
sen. 1SH Olive St. .
3 buys full-size piano; coet J435: stool and
cover. Kit N. Elsteenth st.
IIOUSEHOUf GOODS.
IVantrd.
ALL kinds secondhand furnltut-. stoves, offlc.
clesk-; good prices given; send postaL Hamilton.
14; iSranklln ave.
"ALL kinds cf household goods, contents of
steres and ruts bought: full value paid: call or
send postal. W. Jonea. 1143 Olive st.
"FEATHERS cleaned and ticks laundered Sc. per
pour.dsend postaL Address the Nichols Mattress
t,c, " as.u .. .'
HIGHEST price paid for all klnda cf household j
goods, furniture, carpets and stores, bend postal
lo L. Hecker. 1KT1 Franklin. J
OLD secondhand feathers: will pay 53oroun ' l
send postaL The Nichols Mattress Co 433 Ea-
ton av e.
l'ATtTiES declining houseaeeplng. see me bo-
fore selling furniture, pianos carpeta. tc.rislll
lay highest price. Wolf. IS 3. Eleventh. Fhon.
C 465.
OLD feathers: will pay 35c per'pound; aendi
postal. B. Batavla. 113 N. Ninth st.
SECONDHAND furniture, stoves, etc.. la fj
cr small lots, bought at residence or stores; good
prices given by Gibson. 33? Wash st.
"to buy a lot of used feathers at a Tilgh. caafc
trrlce. See me before yon sell. Joe. 1 N.
Twelfth st. , f
TWO or three old feether beds for pillow.. 39
per pound: no secondhand dealer, need an;..
Mrs. N.. 137 Finney.
WANTED stoves, carpets and fumltl : sm
pcsltlvely pay th highest possible prices. Jo.
(0 N. Twelfth, st. . !
For Sale.
!
RFDROOM suit, dining tatle. sideboard, ru s
carret and other furniture; cheap. 4X Page.
CIlAltTIilt OaK coosowe, in pirn, u,,,
at JC; cost SB. CO N. Twelfth st.
"COMPLETE outfit of sample brass gas chande.
Hers; must be scld cheap. -31 N. Compton ac
"ELEGANT "Radiant Home stove. No. X. As
riv .,! i(.
FINE Radiant Home stoves, used but short
time. J7 up: heating stoves from Jl up. u
Stern. --4 rnumna ...
1' L KI1 l-'itrj. E.1V. 11K Wl. luuiiiuir .,...,
rtlrlng tables, center tables, kitchen safe, lila
Olive rt. "
ONE automatic) Singer sewing machine; 130.
SIS Market st-
SRWING MACHINE Singer sewing machine;
perfect condition: e. IOC Vandeventer. near
Kinney.
bwm'PC .. ... A wn iSfc.nf en tftire. beSU.
-..- r s,srsi silts'. . ln e. .1 !.-. h f4fssl'Jfc41
tlful tnisfit carpets, rugs, etc.: time pavnients.
New York Storage Co.. 3313 to 331 Wash St.
SUPERIOR cook: stove. In perfect order. a
16: don't miss, this bargain. 613 N. Twelfth t-
THREE high-arm sewing reichlnea; K e-vch: la
perfect order. J Gravols ave.. comer Jeffersoai
open for Inspection until 9 p. m.
no"cooirs;oves. all kinds. B up: 75 steel range,
all kinds. Matestlo and Home Comforts: at jow
own price. M. Stem, 3713-44'Franklln ave.
t . SB) -S-Sk. r tS -P( ATHr- mI lsifsMfll tl
R.MyVty 316-18 Nf hlrd.
A. U. UBAIEB. Repair, for All StQT.s.
HLSI.NKSS CHANCES.
MAN WANTED A man who thoroughly un
derstands the. ttreprooUng business and the Nan,
ntng of steel work for concrete fireproof "oor
and can take off quantities, make estimates ana
one who has an experience and acquaintance- j
with architects; a good salary to the right man. I
no others need waste time answering this. W t
140. Republic
TniVATEdetectlve. with 10 years' experience;
In city solicits work from corporations and
rrlva'e "individual: all correspondence confidential-
best city references; terms reasonable. Ad
dress P0. vox. 9W.
TO Invest JiOoO to JIOO) In a sifc, proilMbla
business. Address P. w. K.. P. O. Ro I'll- .
. BUY WHEAT-IUY CORK.
There Is no safer business than buying Wheat
or Com on all heavy declines, tiend for our cir
cular explaining our methods. No charge un
less we make money for jou. A. G. Marshall
Sl Co.. 334-5 Lincoln Trust building. St. Loul-. Mo-
i)A.cixn.
ATTEND Prof. De Honey receptions every
Tuesday evening; ladies. Iijc; gents. c. Posi
tively finest tloor best music, nth and OUve.
ECLIPSE Dancing Academy. Uhrlg's Cave Hall
E?e ecv iiuincB ..j i"'ui4j cni.iif..
day afternoon and evening; lessons eyery Tues
day and Friday evetint
"PUPILS WANTED Young lady tearh-r wtshe
a few more private pupils In lanctig. two-step
or wait! guaranteed; term ft 2 Locust st.
VISIT Professor Sehulte's rew and beautlfnl
dancing academy. 17:1 Iranklln ave.: lesson".
Monday everlngs; 13 per term; select receptions!
Tuesday evenings
WALTZ and two-step taught In private !'
sons.. lull term; In classes. 31. Professor V
Honey. Academy. Eighteenth and Olive. Al
wajs opes.
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