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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. JUNE
RECORD OK BIRTHS.
r. I. and K. Lohme.v.r 13 Giabara: boy
AV. A. and M A. Eoland. J1 X L-rJng.vci';
Louis II. and O. M. Kammar.n. 43)2 Flo-iffa-.t.
girl and bcj
Joseph and E. Kipper. 1517 I) strcbaa: loy
Anton A. and C. Landgraf. 20- Division, girl.
II II. and 3. Hu-tmann 1S1I Benton, girl.
Edwin and C. Dawson. 4U.V! Easton, glrL
Mr and Mrs. II. 1' PhUlb.-rt. 1G0 North Six
Anton, and S. Klein. KC! Dodlfr; boy
John J. and T Mc'sel. 2IW Elliot: girl
Thomas P. and A. L. Stanton. 3013 Vine Grov":
rdwin T. and M Wells. ',ttl Kennerly. clrl.
William and r Jones. 12I3A Olio. girl.
J I, and B Hynes 2513V, Matden Lane; bov.
Simon and M. Wolt, 311C Sjuth Seventh; clrl.
Nicholas and A C Bnack 1527A Cass: lov.
Frank and It Motnn. 1119 North Tenth, girl.
Iiuls and M Punn, 7itl Tml: clrl.
Karl and A Hammer 22 r.von. boy.
Iv-onarJ and L. Armstrong. 14iT Luca; bor.
Paul and T. Ja.-Ksm. fC7 Norrh ritteenth. girl
Charles K and D II. Witt Tnll.V Palm: clrl.
If 1 and L. C. NilMJn. 2G27 Ruteer; boy
1 F and 8. Freehmann. 29 "Warren, girl.
Albert and L. Dockler. 2:01 Bnlcn; girl
..ames and L. Merrick 2201 Randolph, girl.
Janko MejaskI ,
Amv N Holland ...
Tien r TlnJell
Mary L. mil
Frank r. Illmes ....
Wilhelmlna Bier ....
Paul n Albert
Clara M. Easel ... .
...153 South Second
.. IS South Second
, St Paul. Minn
...4025 South Eighth
V-"eduInjr RSnjrsj (Solid Gold),
Finest quaUtlen, 13 to VO. Mcrrood & Jac
card'a. Broadway and locust.
Ann DIs. 3C cars 2S11 Parneli; nephritis.
Karl SuJmanKiwlc2. 1 month, 24-J3 North
i:jla White. 3S ears 21S Valentin: pneumonia.
L'lliau Ley. 23 years. City Hospital; suicide.
Jseh Tiem-y. 7 months. 2.27 Bernard;
Arthur R Ritschel. 1 year. 510 Shaw: whoop
lri; v ugh
iliku Lahey. 21 years. Irsane .Vsvlum: phthisis.
John Bartasch. 7C jears. 2S13 Iichlsaa. apo
t.lexv r .-liratas A4axn C2 sears. 2S11 fouth Twelfth:
Oer.ige A. Vesthaus. 3 months. 313 Kansas; in
an'tion. H-l.lgct Connelly. U years. 1312 North lour
teemli. Seart disease.
Mrgil Juini.cn, 4S years. City Hospital; clr
l.mjatnln Wa'er. 25 scan. City Hospital: pneu.
mnu. ,. .
jnm Sln-rcermao, 31 years. City Hospital:
pneumrnla. .. . ,.,
Fiank- J Nix. 11 days. 1116 OTallon: inanition.
Mau.l .Holfmann, 3 nvnit'" 2311 N-braska. ma-
iiitam C. Keith. I year. 221J Franklin: brorj-
'- - niermann. 1 day 85S OTillon: cyanosis
."-tph Weber. 70 jears. 2013 Newhcuse: ne-
I,hr.Vf- Johnson. 2 months. 1236 North Tenth;
lr"la'bunbal bu. 1 year. 1235 North Tenth: dlar-
Ttl !?n.. Rlehewn. S3 years 2133 Pine: MpSritto.
irah Tiiorp. M years. tSM Thtodosla: senility.
Springfield. III. Jure 20 Certificates of ln-rut-irauan
wen issued to-day b tecietan" 0.
fcrte Rose as follows. .-..!,.-...
The Hllrois Optical Company Waukegili.
cal)Vtal it., to sll and .leal n optical and
other coods Incorporctiis R. M. lrgalls. it
. liarnum and C K inralls. i,.t
The Readable Signal Company. Chicago; .capital
23.v, manuf.ictur.nc. ,.'nrP0:at0L5T,IiSr.
O. rtolderni-s.", Cl-ailea II Greenough and Ed
ward 1' Gretnough. rtLt ,,,
Perry's I-aunar Company. Chicago; cap. la.
ISo o5. general laundry buslress Incorpoiat-ois-Jtseph
Terry Wiztatman. Uertha M. Vilght
m.i:i and Henry J. Heldbrlnk.
'.HE llei nanl'V V.itlonal Ink of St. Lou's.
Bt l)Ul? June 10, l2. Notice Is hereby gen
that a rreetin-: '! t " stockholders of this bank
will Le I :,. at the 1 iking-bouse', southeast cor-ne-
of Y nrU! ar.l Pi- si-.. St Liuls, Mo., on
tb 2sih da of Ji.ne. 1'02. ltwecn the hours rr
31 a. ni. and 12 m.. fnr th purpose cf voting
uson a pnip-isit n to increas the capital stock
of th- lank In f.e .urn of ll.OTO.'W0. making the
total capital 12.. r Q AVSTEI a!te
Ikutiee of SJoct-boldtrV Mectlnc
itxcial n.icting of the stckhoders of the
UNIOS ELECTRIC LIGHT AN1 POWER COM
PANY will be nll at the office of n!1 company.
sojlbeaM cornn rt Icnth and St Charles streets
City of St- Lous Ml"srur.. on Mon3a. the 4th
day of August. l.'C2 Oncnlng at the hjur cf
nine -o'clo '.. in the ftrfnoon o( said day. for th
run"se of otisldeiing and v.itli up.nl a priro
hitiun. th-n and tbei to be submitted, to in
crease the bonded Indebtedness of the company
from nothing to the turn of Ten Million Do lars
ISIU.OlO.uOO) tr.t. tarn to consist of Ten Million
dollars, par aim of First Mortgage Flie Per
t'ent Bondr. to be stcu m! by a Mortgage, or a
L-eed of Trust in the nature of a Mortgage, upon
all the proprt. real, personal and mixed, in
cluding all rights, fraach scs and prltl'eges of
whateer nature and kid. new owned and pos
sessed, and which may b hereafter acquired bv
the company, the forms cf whb-h said Bonds and
Mortarago will bo submitted at said meeting for
approval, and to transact such -ther business as
may prcperl come bcfoie tlie meeting.
Bl order of the Board of Dlrectrirs.
JULIUS S. WAL-H President,
II P (1 COATHS. Secretary
Julius S Walsh. H P G C.wte. William F.
Nnlker- John H. Drabelle, William J. Lemp,
Samuel M. Kennard. a majority of the Directors
r.t. lou. Aid , .May jui, isa.
CFNTRAL Coal and Coke Company, a Wall
rt.. New lork. Ninth and Walnut sts , Kansas
City. -Mo. Tile thirty-sixth regular quartcr.y
dividend of 14 per cent on the preferred stock
ot the comrany will be payable on July 15, 150I,
to stockholders of record June 23. 1352.
The seventh regular quarterly dividend of 1U
per cent on the common stock will be payable
July 13. 1902. to stockholders of record June 30,
Checks will be mailed from the general of
fices. Kansas City, .Mo.
Trarsfer books will close June 30, and reopen
July 16. 1902. E. E. RILEV. Treasurer.
THE Public Library Station at Fourteenth and
Uonroo will be removed to Peterson's pharmacy,
Klftttnth and Chambers.
LOST AND FOUND.
CItTIFICATEost, certificate No. 38.463, for
SL5rri, dun June 5, 1903. a.1 Gtrroan-Ametican
Bank. I hereby give notice' to the public not tn
negotiate or purchase said certificate, the same
llev cr hav lag been Irdorsed hy me or ha. value
received for same. J. Romer. 49 Delmar.
EYEGLASSES Lost. Thursday, gold eyeglasses.
In Erker case Reword if returned to room 42S.
PURSE Lo'L a purse, on Twentieth st.. be
tween Grand and CLllege aves Finder return to
1S67 Alice av e. Reward.
WATCH" CHARSI-Lost. watch charm. Tues
day; monogram O. F. B ; reward. Return to
11W Chestnut st.
WATCH Lost, on Jefferson ave.. between Olive
Ttc: Locust, on east side, with fob with name
FrHPk. Please return to 410 N. Ninth and r-.-clve
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
CHUI5TIAN lady will take charge of an ln
al)i ceatlerran's home or a younc lady going
abroad: people o me ana cnlr need apply; has
studied medicine; practical nunc K. t)i, He
pubilp, COOK Situation by competent cook: best ret
etenca furnished; hotel or restaurant preferred,
P 6, Republic
COOK Situation by experienced cook, -workinc
housekeeper, with filrl " yearn old: good family;
references; city or wiburbs. 230S Morgan st.
JOUSK(3IKL Colored girl V7ants situation to
oo llEht hftusowork. 1707 Lucas ave.
HOUSEaiRL-GIrl wants situation to do gen
eral housework in small family; no washing.
2331 St. Vincent ave.
HOUSEGIRL Situation by a reliable girl tor
geaeral housework, without washing and ironing.
Convent. Twenty-second arid Morgan sts.
HOUSEWORK Situation wonted by competent
young lady as houseglrl in small family; no
washing or ironing, a c. Republic
LAUNDRESS Situation to do washing or
cleaning by the day. Address 1111 S. cardinal
LAUNDRESS First-class laundress wishes
laundry to do up first two days out of the week.
Call 3S Bernard st.
SEAMSTRESS Children's or plain sewlrg, or
will go out by the day. 30J6 Franklin ave.
STENOORArHER Wishes position: will work
for small salary to commence. R 133. Republic.
A. O. BRAUER, 3W-31S N. TTIIRD ST.
SITUATIONS 1VANTED 3IALE.
si"'s.r'Mii'iii -m i.. i--u-y
BAKER Situation by a good second-bced bak
er; sood worker: V 7, Jtepubiic
BAUER Situation by a baker as first tact
on breed or cake. Ada. 400 N. Twelfth st.
BARBER Situation br a good berber. In col
ored trade. Call at J52 Morgan st.
CLERK AND COLECTOn-SItuaticn ns clerk
and collector: best of experience ard reference:
If years old; can give bond: have also solicited.
O 5, Republic
COLLECTOR Position as collector: bond or
cash security- W. J. p., 913, Warren.
COLLECTOR Position as collector; will do
other work when not Electing; bond or cash
securlly. W. J. p.. 911 Warren.
nMP-OTMENT Intelligent, neat, trusty,
ChrUtlan man. 56 yearn old. desires light, re
munerative employment; tend any light busi
ness part or entire time. Box 73L
ENQINEER Situation -want by engineer who
knows about electricity ana machinery; has been
(t present place 10 years. C 6. Republic
IbOHU.flUVAH PHILIPPINE IFLAND- VI v
JRrHn'httmR Honolulu racitu Man s.
13. Co.. Occidental and Oriental S 9 Co. ard
Orlcrtal IS. f Co. From Pan Francisco. Ronl
Kcng Maru. June :S; China. July S: Doric. July
16. r"or passage and fre'g'it rates reservation,
passage orders and Information apply to I
lowasler. Agent. 431 01!e at.. St Loul. Mo.
SITUATIONS WAVI'ED MALE.
rARMER-Situntinn by practical, experience!
fanner, married. German. trietlv ternp'iante
habit, ns manager of lic stock or noultiy Jam
would work for shares or icasonab'e wls. F
nnrsniv-.tMri.pr in rttv wants steady
Job: housework, dinlng-rocm or to take care o'
horse. Address 3721 Vista ave.
SIGN writer desire situation with vv-ho'esol"
house or department store (Inside work); willing
to make himself generally useful 2505N. Grand
WORK Man" ard wife want work: women gool
cook; man handy with tools, country preferred.
K 7. Republic
WORK Situation b a c-lared man lnflrst
elai9 private family, best of referenced l'i N
CcM of EdueatJnn building. 911 Loctiet t.. con
ttnucfl throuh the auiKmw without rhanr lo
rtRiilar prcrrarame: Individual !nitnictlon;
twenty-on year" experience. Catalogue Iret.
RU6INHSS. SHORTHAND and TELCORAPH
SCHOOL. CKNTURT BUILDING, corner OiUe
and Ninth st. Thorough instruction given in the
commercial branches and the pitman and Gregg
si stems of shorthand. Cal! f cr circular.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HOUSEQinLWANTTID-Glrl for general house
work. 2921 Henrietta
HOUSEGIKL) WANTED Girl for general house
work. 2323 N. Grard ae
GIRL WANTED-Good girl, family of three.
3S12 N. King's highway.
HOUSKGIRI. WANTED Girl for general house
work. S3 La Salle st
HOUSIX3IRI. WANTED-Glrl to do general
housework. Call ISOS Cora ave
"lIOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
housework. Apply 2313 Parle ae
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work; good wages. 23H Park ae
HOrsEGIRL WANTED Country girl to do
general housework. .333 Morgan su
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
housework. Call at 43S7 Gibson ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework. Applj at 42I3A Euss.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work; threo in familj 1203 Grattan st
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work: good wages paid. 4133A Russell ate.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good German girl for
general housework; no washing. 1803 lientoa st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general house
work; no wasblrg or ironing. .135 Laclede ave.
GIRL WANTED-Good girl for two to three
weeks; liberal wages. Apply at once. 4533 Berlin
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general houee
work; small family; good wages. 1I20A Morrison
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Vi hite girl to do gen
eral housework: private family of adults. 2021
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework. 2OT2 Arkansas; one block east of
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to cook and do
light housework. Mrs. Harry B. Clark, Tuxedo
irmtfimTnT. wanted Girl to do general
housework, cook and Iron; no washing. 157 St.
lncent ave. m
HOUSCGHUTWANTED Girl to do general
housework; good wages. 21 Loughborough ale
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Colored girl for gen
eral housework; small family; good wages. 471SA
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work; IB or 17; family of three. Call at one".
SolWi Allen ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
housework; no washing. 1252 Aubert ave.; take
Page a e. car.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED Toung girl for gen
eral housework. Call at Convent, Tweoty-seccnd
HOUSEGIRL WANTBD-A girl to do general
housework. Call northeast comer of Jefferson
and Hebert st.. upstairs. t
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Neat white girl to
assist in housework; small family and: good
home. 42S8D Cook ave v
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Colored girl for gen
eral housework; small family; goer home; bring
reference. 2724 Sheridan ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
housework; no washing: assist nurse baby: J1&
a month. Call la afternoon. 1224 Goodfellow
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged Ger
roan woman for general housework; must be nrot
class cook and have references Adlress 3t24
HOUSCWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged wom
an to do light housework: 32.50 per week. 1G1S
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED A mlddle-agM
woman for general housework; small family.
Call at noon. 41G5 Juniata sL
NURSEG1RL WANTED With small family;
must-understand washing and Ironing. Call be
tween 9 and 10 a. m. Mrs. Holeer, 15 Franklin
COOK WANTED Good
cook. Apply 4003
COOKWANTED German girl to cook. 14
Old Manchester road.
COOK WANTED Woman to cook, at once
Western Hotel. Third and Carr sts.
COOK WANTED A plain cook and girl lor
boordlng-house. 2022 N. Brosdway.
COOK WANTED German girl: good cook; no
washing. 4.967 West Pine boulevard.
COOK WANTED Good woman cook and to as
sist with general housework. Call 25 Nicholson
COOK WANTED-Good cook for kitchen and
pantry; keep hoviseboy; good wages. 024 West
mtnster. COOK. ETC . WANTED Girl to cook, wash
and iron. Call at Convent. Twenty-second and
Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
CORDERS AND TUCKERS WANTED Expe
rienced ocrders and tuckers on ladles' shirt
waists: steady work. Isaacs Rubensteln, 703
MACHINE AND HAND GIRLS WANTED-On
pants. 2719 Chippewa, st.
SEAMSTRESS WANTED Exper need girl to
ew awnings. F. R. Inaraan. 1433 8. Broadway.
"" WA.ISTMAK RS "WANTED Experienced
wals tmakers: also learners: will pay while learn,
lag; steady work. Isaacs A Rubensteln. 703 Lucas
GERTRUDE HARTSOCK. expert teacher short
hand, touch type rtting: special rates for sum
mer, 4 months. 330: 1 month. 310. 720-221 IIol
land bldg. "
SPECIAL Bummer rates: call or send for cata
logue. Draughon's practical Burners College.
Emllle building. Ninth and Olive.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED First-class lady
stenographer; good salary. C 6. Republic
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Toung lady,
with some experience; $K (o start. H 7. Repub
lic. STENOGRAPHER "WANTED Thorough sten
ographer Smith Premier): young woman about
20 or more; one having office experience; wages
to begin. K. - 6. Republic.
RUB1CAM SHORTHAND COLLEGE
Union Trust 'Wlalng and Jls N. Grand are.
Exclusively for women. Individual Instruction.
NURSDGIRL WANTED Olrl about 14 years
to take care of children and be useful. 1223
GIRLS WANTED To pick pecans: ! cents;
stoady work: good 'pay. It. . Funstes & Co..
300 N Commercial st.. corner Olive.
HAIR DRESSER WANTED Toung lady ex
perienced in hair dressing and manicuring. Tal
bot's Hair Dressing Parlor. 21 Olive st.
OPERATORS WANTED Suspender operators,
experienced on Wbseler Wilson power ma
chines; steady work, good pay. Hurst Zucker
Neck are Co., i)2-704 Washington are., city.
OPERATORS WANTED FourTuttaihole rna
chlne operators: two on Standard and two on
Slngtr machines: four operators on detached
collars snd cuffs: experienced operators putting
on wristbands: four experienced front makers.
Fergssoh-McKlnney Shirt Factory. 1001 Lucas
aye., third floor.
SKIRT-LAKERS WANTED Experienced sklrt
makera: steady work; good pay. 117 Franklin.
LAUNDREEB WANTED To take irashlnf
home. Call at 3732 Olive.
LAUNDRESS TTANTED Good white laun
dress Mondsy and Tuesday. Apply 4505 "West
LATJNDRY GIRLS WANTED-Mangle girls,
one body ironer. one experienced marker and
sorter. Westminster Laundry. 4111 OUre sL
STARCHER WANTED One goo"starcher on
new work: good wages. Ferguson-McKlnney
Laundrr.-lWJ Lucas ave.
DISHWASHKIt WANTED-Wciran dishwasher.
Call at 5"S Market s.
GIRLS W.ivren To learn hairdrcse'ns at
Hlisch's. 2323 Oltve.
GIRL"? W.NTrDSmnTrTlrls t". cov-r rani-.
St. Louis Confetti Co Apilv if ir 11 N. Ninth
GIRL WANTED-Tu iral.- herself gcnera'ly
useful, wltll lrlerer.ccs ,19 r. vanaeventtrj.
DISIIW Vpiinif " WANTEIVGlrl or woman
dl'hvasher in small lunchrat.m. 1437 N. lrul
wav. "SCRUBWOMAN WANTED Woman to scrub
and clean oflices thtce das out of week. Apr'
at 2611 Locust tt t
WASHERWOMAN WANTED-Good washer
woman Apply at 226 S Eleventh st.
WOMAN W ANTED Middle-agsl woman for
roomlng-hou-e 1021 I'ranKHn ave.
WOMAN WANT RlVlaman to work In room-Irg-house.
1123 Washington ave
WOMAN OR GIRL WANTED-To
boaniing-licuee 2'12 Ohou'e. u ave.
practical -. 1 1 irirrc;oPEN DAY
Emllle building, corner Ninth and O'ive. St.
Louia. Noshville.Llttle Itoek, Fort Worth Gal
veston. Shreveport. Montgomery and Atlentn in
dorsed by buslnc-s men from Me to Cal'f Mav
deposit money in bank till poslth n U secured, or
give notes for tuition: 2.l" stutients pas lear
Author 4 textbooks en I'l-okketpirg, tales on
-amc 123 to to) per day. Enttr mi timr. Car
fare paid: cheap board Bookkeeping Shorthand,
etc. taught by mall Send fir catal.gje
TOUNG MAN WANTED Toung man. aged 1.
for stenography, collecting and cffli e vvoru. (Ol
iver machlni), no idler can hold this position;
wags to brgin. 37. gd chnnce to ribht bo.
A 5. Republic.
BOUICKECPEn WANTED Intelligent young
man to assist bookkeepers; wholesile hardwaie
house, jj) month. iit Olive st.
Clerks and Collectors.
BRIGHT young man to nssist In office and
collect. 315 wick, permanent. 1230 Olive st.
BUSINESS man to manage b-anch office out
sjde city. Vi month; expenses. 1"30 Olive st-
CLERK WANTKD-Clerk for grocery an!
saloon or active man; no boy. 1333 Pine st.
GROCERY clerks wanted. $12 week: collector,
office assistant. 313. Peerless. 832 Chestnut sL
STOCK CLERK WANTED Experienced stock
clerk, about IS. In wholesale jewelry and notion
house: good opportunity ror advancement, aq
dtess, with refererce, 11 6, Republic.
TOUNG MAN WANTED "i oung man for of
flce, must he quick at figures X 6. RcEUbl'c.
BELL BOTS WANTED Two good bell boys.
Applv to tr-e head bell man. University Club,
Grand and Washington.
BOV WANTED Boj at 313 Carr it. Frislnger
Mfg. Co.. at 7 a. m.
BOY" WANTED Boy to wcrk in kitchen of
reitaurant. 2123 -Market st.
IJOV WANTED Boy in meat shop, with some
experience. 3310 Park nve.
BOY WANTED-Good strcng boy to work in
brass fourdry. Call 2310 N. Ninth st.
BOYS WANTED For learning drawing and
modeling in Schenk'a Drawing School, 330 Mar
BOY WANTED Boy In drug store: must have
some experience and live near store. 41C1 Eas
BOY WAITED Good, strong boy for grocery
store; prefer one with crpsrlsnce and living In
South End. Address, with reference. C. E. S.,
7001 Michigan ave.
BUSBOY-WANTED flood busboy. 704 Pine
FACTORY LABOREaiS WANTED Delivery
drivers, teamsters, freight handlers and truck
ers. $1.75. $2 day. Peerlsss Co.. Sl2 Cl.estnut st.
LABORERS WANTED Laborers. Apply 2SM
De Kalb st.
LABORERS WANTED-Laborers. SI 75. $2; In
dian Territory; free pass. Peerless Employment
Co.. T3 Chestnut St.
MEN WANTED l'-O men to work in Frlsci
t?ompaaj: work In Missouri anl Indian Teirl
tory; free pass. Applv J Bradj. 12.'0 N. Third
St. Ship in the morn.ng and nignt.
BAKER WANTED Goud baker. 11 C. Schout
en. Keokuk, la
BARBER WANTED-Coloied bart-er at 2M3
BARBER WANTED ror Saturdav and Sunday
at 819 N. Sixth st.
BARBER WANTED For Saturday and Sun
day. $4 70S Market St.
BARBER WA NTED Barber Saturday and
Sunday. S03 N. High st.
BARBER WANTFD-Saturday and Sunday: 31
guaranteed. 113 N Fifteenth st.
BARBER WANTED Good barber: bring tools;
steady If suited 2336 Manchester.
BARBER WANTED Good, steadv barber:
good wages guaranteed. 9"4 N. Nlnth'6t.
BARBER WANTED-Batber for Saturday and
Sunday, wages guaranteed. Cass ave.
BRBER WANTED ror Saturday and Sun
da . $4 and meals, bring tools CSi s. Grand
BARBER WANTED For Saturday and Sun
day; for steady $10 rr week. 3S17 Enston ave
BA.RBER WANTED Barter "for Saturday ani
Punday: $4 guaranteed 1906 Wsomins st.
BARBER WANTED Good barber for Satur
day and Sunda; $1 guaranteed; union shop 1404
BARBER WANTED Good barber to help Sat
urday and Sunday: CO cents on $1. $4 guaran
teed. 1502 Franklin nve.
"BARBER WANTED LIceneoT'slngle barber:
Eood place to work. Take Tower Grove car.
'alton and Arsenal at.
BLACKSMITH HELPER WANTED-Good;
steady Job: good wages Sto S. Twelfth st.
BLACKSMITH WAITED Blacksmith for
carriage and wagon work Apply early this
morning, ready for work. 1013 Morgan.
BRICKLAYER WANTED Brlcklajer for Job
work in old Arsenal grounds. Scond and Ar
senal sts. Apply to Burt Wolf, foreman, Fran
cls McCabe. contractor.
EDGE SETTER WANTED 13dg setter on
woman's work. Peters Shoe Factory, Twelfth
and North Market sts
'ENGINEER" WANTED Night engineer. St.
Louis Dairy Company. 2C0S Pine st
ENGINEER, "WANTED Wit, experience, to
take charte of Ice plant; gle reference. - 7,
"irEElT TRIMMER WANTEDEsperienceJ
heel trimmr on the bns?l machine. Trnnentr
Sho Co.. Twent -third and OTallon.
MACHINISTS "".ANTED Apply
Car and Foundry Co.. Madison. JIL
MAN WANTE1-Eiperlenced block man to
cut counters; also counter ckivers. 315 N. Sixth
t.. second floor.
MARBLE CUTTERS WANTED Flr.-t-chns
marble cuttera and letter. Basil Mtnument
Works. 7037 GravolP ave.
MOLDERS. ETC.. WANTED Movers, mold
era' helpers, finishers, chlppers, coremaker and
cupola man. Apply Globe Iron and Foundry Co,
vui viciar si.
-i -v.t-A--.crt Ai i --rar.iiaiaKr ror
the country- Call Saturday morning:. Henry
Brom-chwis & Co.. 117 Olhe st-
ROUNDER WANTET-RouBh rounder on
men's welts. Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co , Twenty-first
and Locust sts.
SAWYERS. ETa. WANTED Rlp-sauyei.
$2 50; crosscut sawyer. J2: nail-machine men. $2;
steady work; free pas; shin to-night; call earl.
Ooode. Sperbeck i Co.. JC2C Market st.
SHOEMAKERS WANTEIV-Four shoemaker at
once on repairing; steady work all jear around;
good wages. 101S OIiv .
STAIR BUILDER WANTED-Stnlr bullJer to
put up work In building. 3 S. nftemth Pt.
OODWOnKER WANTED-Steady carriage
and wagon otvl worker en Nineteenth and
DISH-ASH-R XYANTED The Granville, 514
Helper en ice wagon. 11 Hebert st
HOSTLERS. J : tear iters. 25j bcardvv ashers.
Store porter, 511: two order clerks, J12 week.
Heavy men. busmen and billiard-room men.
Traveling grocery and clear salesman. J.
Two boiler firemen, 535, JW. board and room.
Two R. R. tinners. $3 per day. free pass.
76 mechanics' helpers. $1.75. 52.
Grocery clerks, . 520. saloon porter. 5.
Klrst, second and third cooks, city and coun
try. Two assistant Janitors. 73S, 3t3 and board.
R. R, news agent, through IV. cannonball
Private place men, 520. 5". 53$. board, room.
Factory laborers, 51.75, 51. So. pay weekly.
0 Italians, extra gang, long Jo1 steady.
100 laborers, teamsters. Colo. R. R., West,
AU people out of work please call at the old
est and largest employment company West.
iv&uuxuu mpioyroenv v,o., lis-iid r. ixtn si.
nuia iiousesian. u. Dcara. room.
Bartcndor. 514: assistant. 512: Janitor.
Ten young men, light factory work. 51-
Handy factory machlnle ' helpers. 51.75,
1 borers, teamsters, pass to all points.
im 1 a K.' r, . c -s , n .
HmiiiA .., i. iiiu. ici.. pas
sJJ5UL,!l,,0,,'' A-75- J- to1- Ter.. pass.
PEERLESS EMPIOY NT CO.. S02 Chestnut.
MAV TvrAsrcrrv nn ..... .. .1. 1.1...
704 line st.
MAN WANTED Man to wash dishes and
work around house. 118 .N. Twelfth st.
MAN w NT-0 Man or "out boy. Missouri
Feather Co.. 411 N. Third st.: third floor.
MAN WANTED Handy old man to do chores
around house. Apply at once, 1631 Locust,
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Gets the best the House has got; the Star Boarder's
Is, indeed, a happy lot; the Star Boarder pays as the
Star Boarder goes, and tho Landlady smiles the while.
The Star Boarder's room is the Brightest and the
Best; the Star Boarder gets beef and all the rest; the
Star Boarder lives and his life enjoys, and the Land
lady swells her pile.
The Stnr Boarder landed on his snap through an
"ad"; the Star Boarder wanted the best that could be
had; tho Star Boarder's "want" in The Republic was
soon filled, and the Landlady got a prize. The Star
Boarder wants ail his friends to know how the Star
Boarder fills all his wants here below; the Star Board
er's "ad" is the Star Boarder's boon, for it Always
If yon wnnt a room rllrt tioi rd,
Or good bonrd frith out a. room,
The Republic Is the paper
Where the room and bonrd "rants''
HELP WANTED MALE.
Mt-sr Wf."TOn-ln!r vnunr nun. Urht facto
ry work; S10 week, steady work. 123) olive.
"MEN WANTED Two young man to work on
p isserorer trnln; steady work: good salary. 10
MEN WANTED-Toung men to sell goods on
pas-eneer trains. Appi av -a o. Aciinciii. vy
posli Union Station.
vniT. MAV WAKTED-. Tounr man to work
I in groce y and attend to horsos. 1243 Old Man-
YOUNG "MEN WANTED Two young men to
run on trains Van Noy News CO , 216 S. Eight
AGENTS AND SALES31EX.
AGENTS WANTED Live agents to write our
contract, territory anj where In the United States;
proi-pectus and club rates' sent free. Address
Chas H. Flint. Supt. of Agents. Oxark building.
St Louis. Mo.
I WANTED Trustworthy person in each county
! to manage business, old established house: solid
1 financial standing; straight bona fide we-kly
cah salarv Sis paid by check each Wednesday.
with all expenses direct from headquarters; money
j advanced for expenses. Manager, 379 Caxton
Want el Ac-nts And street men; sell amuse
ment fane: when opened the usual way appears
broken; -when opened In opposite direction are
not broken- A Foell. S349 California ave.. St.
SALESMAN WANTED Exptrltnctd cinir
salesman. Call promptly, W. T. Bishop Cb., U
SALESMAN WANTED For the new Warner
Library; fast proposition; new scheme; postal
card leada blr money. F. D. Mayer. Mermod fc
SLESMAN to sell ant-dan nursery stock;
all goods guarantees true to nam.; good 1
unes paid. T rite for terms to Mount Iicpa Nur
riep. Lawrence, Kas.
TWO experienced canas-er of ability and re
finement for special work in St. Louis city and
Mlovrl State. Apply to th BOoklovera Libra
ry ft!9 Qlle st.
ACTIVE advertising solicitor wanted In St.
Louis for a syndicate of religious pubtlcatlona;
particular only to applicant furnishing; satl
factorv references. Adreis Secretary, P. O. Box
T.ADTT-S Pleasant home work? tl to 310 weekly:
no experience. Room 4W. si cnesinui ..
ALL. those desiring help or seeking situations
may register 1th the Free Employment Burau
of 'the State Labor Bureau of Statls ties. tlJVi
Chestnut si.: situations and help furnished free
of charge Tel Klnlocn A i .
LABORERS WANTED For new railroad work
in Iowa. Illinois. Missouri. Arkansas and Indian
Torrltorv; free pass. Koenlg's Labor Agency,
612 Walnut st
TEAMSTERS, camp cooks, camp waiters, camp
blacksmith, steam drill runners farm hands,
gardeners, milkers, etc. Koenlg's Labor Agency,
G13 Walnut st.
ABSOLUTELY full alue paid for entire con
tents of houses, flats, etc, M. Dickson, 5450 Lu
caa ave. Klaloch C 15S7.
ABSOLUTELY highest cash price paid for sec
ondhand furniture, carpets, stoves and feathers:
send postal. 113 N. Twelfth st. Joe Benslnger.
ALL kinds furniture, pianos, carpets, contents
houses, stores, bought: highest prices paid. J.
a. Woempner. ISO! Casa aye. Phone D U47.
ALL kinds of household goods bought; entire
contents of houses wanted: full value paid. Jones
Co.. 114J Olive st. Klnloch C "tt: Main 1ST.
ALL kinds of furniture pianos, carpets, con
tents of houses, flats, stores bought: highest price
paid. Wolff. 2C45 Park. Phone C OS: Main 1H0M.
ATTENTION! We accept household goods In
exchange for moving, storage, packing; bonded
523.000. Tel. Louisiana Storage Co.. 2011 Morgan.
FEATHER beds, 55 to 5 each; prompt reliable
dealings, postal card. Glebe Flllow Company. 301
SECONDHAND furniture, stoves, etc. large or
small lots, bought at residence or store; good
prices given br Gibson. 22U Wash st.
ALL household furniture; leaving town. Call
at once. 4018 N. Grand.
"NEW "furniture, mtsllt rugs, eta.: Wg saving
for cash: time given if desired. 2s York Star
ago Company. 2218 Wash st.
-TWO gas ranges, snltablo for large family or
small restaurant; cheap.' Ml ? 1"'
WHITE Iron beds, mattress, fashstana. 40B1A
GOLD spectacles. 52.-0 up: complicated cases
specialty: finest equipped testing parlor In city.
i. Louis Optical Cc lpanr. 705 Locust su
TYPEWRITERS Smith. Remington. Oliver.
Williams typewriters: 515, $2j. 339. lowest rentals
and repairs. St. Louis 1ypwrlter Exchange,
Chemical bids.; all telephones.
OLD CLOTHING BOCGIIT.
ABSOLUTELY highest price paid fcr ladies'
and gents' cast-off clothing; mail orders promptly
attended to. S. Gordon. 717 N. Eighth st, Kln
loch B 6SJ;
HIGHEST cash price paid for ladles' and gen
tlemen's cast-off clothing; call or send postal.
Mrs. J. MUler. W7 Walnut. Kin. A 215; no branch.
JOE GELBER can use any amount of gentle
men's clothing: pay twice as much as anybody
because need them badly: send postal. 1321 Carr.
lU'SIXKSS OK SALE.
A WELL-EQUIPPED bakery In the West End;
good counter trade, li 5. Republic,
owner must eel! raying
restaurant; good location; bargain. M i.
BARBER shop, connecting bathrooms: also llv-Irg-rooma;
cheap rent, 13 N. Broadway.
CONrECTIONERT: an oMstablished sund:
Ice cream, laundry, cigars, etc; must sell this
month. 1512 Franklin ave.
DRUG store: best location In South St. Louis;
splendid opportunity for a physician. H i. Re
public GROCERY, barber shop, cigar storo; good
choice. 3041 Easton ave.
GROCERT ; neat cash grocery; stock clean
and fresh: good fixtures; nice place for lady;
5-173; no agents. L 8. Republic
LUNCHROOM, near Union Station, doing good
business; sell for best offer. 1614 Market.
MACHINE shop for sals or lease; profitable
business: good trade; cheap, n 5. Republto.
NEAT, small bar; strictly buslntss. L J. Re
public. NEATLY furnished 12-room boarding-house;
filled with good-paying boarders; will sell part
or all or trade for cottage near city. 2737 Lu
NEW drug stcre. in lead belt. St. Fran
cois County, Missouri: Invoice 51,323, sal-s 200 to
5450; fine outlook. Address Box 2S. Flat River,
ON account of death, contents cf four rooms;
furniture, carpets, stoves, etc. IS b. Eleventh st,
ON account of death, a well.establlshed tailor
ahop; call at once. Chas. Frchland, 207 N. Thir
RSTAUR.VNT-One.half cash, balance time.
Call to-day: cheap. 15 Market st.
RESTAURANT Well-furnished. Taylnir busi
ness; will exchange for saloon; bargain. 2307
ROOMING-HOUSE, full of good-paving room
ers: 11 rooms: bargain 1S14 Morgan sL
ROOMING-HOUSE Corner rooming-house: fur
niture In good condition; permanent roomers;
clears over 5100 net month: must sell at once, ac
oount of sickness. 2130 Olive st.
SALOON outfit, consisting of messures, glasses,
wine, eta Y 6. Republic
SALOON; good location; Anheuser-Busch beer;
also Faust beer. K t. Republic.
SALOON: World's Fair driveway- three years'
lease: reason for selling, sickness. C 1. Republic
SALOON with World's Fair lease. In centor
of city: owns fixtures and cash register; cheap;
leaving city. 07 Market st.
THE best Ice and coal yard In the county.
M 5. Republic
THE Crave Coeur Lake Tark, World's Fair
lease, complete summer resort. Inquire 22
TWO greenhouses, with complete heating ap
paratus; also boiler shed, hotbeds, hotbed sash
and empty flower pots: must sell at once, as
present owner Is going to vacate. Call at St.
Matthew's Cemetery. Bates and Gravols ave.
STORAGE AND MOVING.
A POSTAL for estimate to Wm. W. Portmann.
4427 Margaretta ave.. or Bell Tyler 624M; pack
ing, storage of furniture and moving.
AMERICAN Storage and Moving Company. 2515
Ollvo St Packing, shipping, storage: separate
rooms. Tel. Main 2331. W. H. La ngdal e. presi
dent. BONDED Warehouse Hy. a Wlehe Storage
and Moving Company, No. -1512-16 Franklin aye.;
money advanced when desired. Klnloch C S6S.
F. H. PORTMAN Storage and Moving Co
Separate room: low price on reliable moving and
storage. Office. 2S01 Casa; phone D 1247.
LTNDELL Storage and Moving Company moves
furniture with care by experienced men; send
postal. 1727 N. Taylor, or Tel. Klnloch B 15C&.
NEW "YORK, Storage Company. Office 111 Union
Trust Building Move, pack, ship store One fur
niture in private rooms. Phone Main lil.
EOOTH Side Storage and Moving Ca, -0L IN)
and IS Sidney at. Tel. Sidney 3: K . C 111
CTfiRAftn ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, New
dIUnHUC Warehouse, Grand and Laclede, for
safe-keeping of furniture, pianos, trunks, valu
ables, boxes, etc.: strictly first-class: moving,
packing, shipping, etc Our fire Insurance tho
lowest. Money advanced. Ship goods our care.
Estimates tree. Get rates. Phone C 596: Main
1S78A. R. tJ. LEONORI. JR-. It CO..
1211-21 Olive st.
UIBiK 11TL0R STORAGE AHD M0YIXS CO
New warehouse, 3523 Washington ave.: 509 pri
vate storage-rooms: moving packing and shlp-vlSE-
Kin. c 741 or Main 2CSJ. and get our rafs.
HORSES A.ND VEHICLES.
A xmv iinntms,i trt r.f single wagon harness;
enst J3J. soil for J.5. 3313 La Cede ave.
ACSOLUTi: bargains, large horse, worth JS7,
for 1C3. mart. J. peddler wagon. 310; storm
buggy, szi. furniture van. J110. 310 N. Ewing
ALL hinds of wagons, top and open delivery,
furniture wagons, ftc repairing a speeiajtj.
Young a Co ii N Broadway
BAY mare. tw. spriag stake wagon, 363. I317',i
N Ninth st.
BERLIN coach, rubber-tired: good as ntw.
Ask fcr Boehm ccach. 207 S. Ninth st.
HRAND-NEW one-horse grory wagon, cheap.
4WI N. Twentj-fifth st
CHEAP work horse. $20. sound; also covered ex
press wagon and a!moi new single set heavy
h.irncs: sen separate. in Olive s:.. rear.
EIGHT head nice driving and delivery horses,
aNo good surtev. 711 N Theresa.
FINI3 pvv runabout, rubber tires; lcns-dlstance
axles. 31u3 S. Ilro-vd-vav.
FINE buy horie K handr, 7 jears old, sound;
fine driver. 4-51 1ston.
HA RN EftThe laigest assortment rt all kinds
In the city r.ew and secondhand. A. TucJtetr.
1322 and 1321 N. Broadn ay.
HORSE Light bay horse. 5 jears oldTTsliands
high; suitable for runabout. 4265 Llndell.
LARGE roan pony for sale, cheap. 3316 N.
LIGHT top burlness delivery wagon, at rea
sonable offer, bargain. 3-JS Gratlct st.
MUST rell mv two horses, one delivery and
comlinatlon raddle iml bugy horse. 2013 S.
ONE rcod horse, harness and buggy; $33. 1103
ONE-HOKbK spring wagon, good condition;
reasonable 1117 . Eleventh st
IlUNAIiOlT In good cordltlcn.
413S Cook ave
STRONG op-n buggy, cheap. S . Book s'ore.
Till, finest Mne of ball-bearing, cushlon-tlre
yehir!s on the market. See our line of harness
Deeds Manley. 200 and 202 S. Eighth st.. be
tween Walrut and Clark ave.
TWnNTY-riVEhorsesnnd mares for heavy
ana light work, five two-horse stake wagons,
illrt wagon, runabout and harness 418 Wa h
TWO good work hrrses. 2.400 pounds, gocd con
dition: 375 2J07 S. Seventh t.
.F?E W'tlch's top wagons: patent end gates;
all kinds vehicles sold and built to order. 12
N. Seventh st.
WAGON scale: cheap. Inquire at 1103 N
$35 buj s Brewster spring surrey. 31C5 S. Broad
way. $tt bujs fine rebuild ladles phaeton; light con
struction. 3103 S. Broadway.
. Ml) buys rebuilt, roomy runabout: rubber tires,
ball-bearing axles, gear red. body black. 3103
!C) One new steel-tire runabout: flrely paint-,!.
3115 S. Broadway
J60 bujs fino light family surrey; blue cloth
trimming 3103 s Broadr.ay.
STANHOPES. TOP WAGONS.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE AT
WM. DISCHERT CARRIAGE & WAGON CO.,
1530 MORGAN ST.
Spring Opening Sale of Vehicles.
Fine ore-horae cut-under scrreys. trapr, Stnn
hops and storm buceies, driving wagons, run
jouts. covert waponi. park wasons and delivery
K&cona. Deeds tt Manley. TOO and Zft H- Eighth
st.. r-ctween Walnut ana Clark ave.
RAPP & M0LLER CARRIAGE COMPANY,
Builders of Mne pleasur carriages of every de
scription. ItlS. 20 and 2222 Pine st. St, Louis,
Mo Special attention given to painting and re
pairing. Telephones: Main OSA and C 775.
Latere variety. In good order: must be sold.
WJEUGHTriL Washington ave. cor. 13ti t-
WRIGHT'S CARRIAGES BEST.
The larrest vamty: best Quality: moderate rrtc--Wajhlnfton
ae.. cor 13th at.
McCABE-BIERMAN WAGON CO.
Delivery wagons and business wagons of all kinds.
1215-1217 N Broadway.
Repairing and Repainting Fine Carriages
W have all facilities. Your business solicited.
WRtGHTa Washington aye., cor. 15th st.
1TKDE GRANDE copper, lowest price: LI--coln
Copper Mining Co . 25c; Kansas Pioneer
Gold Shale. 2c; Equitable Oil. 4c; Sam Houston.
24c; Globe Oil and Gold. 2c; Volcano, 2y-c. Tej
as Investment Co.. lit) Laclede bldg.
7SOSTON Steam Dental Rooms. 412 r. Rms.i.
way Sets of teeth S3, painless extraction. 2ic;
bridge work 52 Open Sur.day until L
BOSTON Steam Dental Rooms. 415 N. Broad
way, between Locust and St. Charles; Est. IS71;
gold filling. 51 up Dr J H. Case. Prop.
DOCTOR A. E. MOSER. dentist, has removed
from 1324 Washington to CIO Fraikiin, crown and
rjnoge wont a specialty, consultation, ex. tree.
If ach'rg should re saved If possible, by flIUag
er crownlcg. Bridge work and plates at moder
ate price Gas or freeslnc gums for painless
extracting. S. cor. Sixth and Locust sts.
DR. E. C. CHASE,
EMPIRE Steam Garret Cleaning Co. Carriers
takes up. cleaned, made over and laid: best
work, lowest prices. ; Lucas. Main 1131: C2t.
ENTERFRIisE Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.
Special atteatlon to altering, sewing and relaying.
Easton and Pendleton. Un. 374M: Klnloch L 5).
INSTRUCTOR of oratory and practical speech
making: special attention given to cultivation of
speaking -voice. Don C Summers. 515 Century
MAACIC3 Summer School. Eighteenth and
Chouteau All grades; children behind may work
for fall promotion.
MISSOURI College of Law. Century building.
St. Louis. Mo.: midsummer term now commen
cing. Call or send for catalogue.
THE Illinois School of Photography teaches
photography and furnishes materials and chemi
cals by mall: write for particulars. School of
Photography. East St. Louis. HI.
tsifi i ih"-hsi -iin iii-iifi -- r ' -1 -r ii -1 in iwW slWlAjXJI-H.
HELLO B 1453. Klnloch We buy rags, copper,
brass, xlnc, lead, wire rope, sheet Iron, bones and
bottles, a. Nelson. 2SU0 N. Ninth st.
LAWYER, reputation unquestionable, secures
divorces without publicity; time payments; terms
this month, evenings or ly. 513. Call residence, -Ji
DRESSMAKING; children's clothes a specialty.
4031A Cook ave.
patt-nts. PENSIONS, back nay. dlseharzcs
notary public: advice rree 11. Lf tt.
O'Brien, 421 Che'tr.ut St.. St. Louts, Mo.
I,.. .K.. n,i.,.MSWS.SWS..SSl
BIZ cards. 1.O00 only 50c: blllhds , notehds.,
envs., 51; cut prices. Benton Co.. 331C Pine.
BUSINESS cards. 51; billheads, statements or
noteheads, 51.O0 per thousand. A. P. Vltrey, 10J
N. Twelfth st. Send for samples.
CRESCENT Printing Company. 107 N. Fourth
St. Fine commercial job work; popular prices;
send for samples.
nwrip ninv'T mr&nteea .alts and two-stln
for 53. private lessons any hour. 1210 OUve st.
RCBBER STAMPSTSEALS, STENCILS.
ADAMS, tho stamp man. 314 N. Sixth st,: rub
ber stamps, seals, stencils, etc.: good, cheap.
quick, write iar new 1 -
.. c-t cms u,.t,rll Works. 312 OUve. Is vhtr.
you get steel stamps, stencils, burning brands.
rubber type, seals, brsss. aluminum checks.
RUBBER stamps, rubber type, sign markers,
brass and aluminum checks at lowest prices.
Kaspor Stamp and 9eal Companr. 1 Tcust s-
srar -err , STTTTTl Man with small business as.
slst In orflce;desk. sale ry.D, Republic
DYEING, CLEANING AND REPAIRING".
LADIES and gentlemen, have your garments
cleaned, dyed and repaired: ladles' jackets re
modeled. Paris Dyeing and Cleaning Company,
1320 Franklin. Main 13C5A.
WSSSSrf IIS.S 1
CENTuR-a cyclopedia, Dictionary and Atlas.
In ten volumes; latest edition; brand new. 4397
"CHILDREN'S latest erase, a handsome sticker
Album, now ready, 64x14 Inches. 32 pages; price
5c St. Louis Sticker Co.. 123 Locust.
ANDREA Bicycles They never disappoint.
sfn, n A- Hflrdlnir. agents. 2f&S Olive; hlevcl.
auto mobile and tire repairing. Llndell 1414A.
Fifteen Cents Per Uu.
ABSOLUTE seclusion before and during eon
rineai'nt. ror particul-s. call or write Mrs. Dr.
Smith, physician and surgeon. 3043 Eastos;
ALL private diseases a specialty at th Freak
lln Avenue Free Dispensary. 1214 rrnnklln ave.
AN KJCl'BRT DETETIVE DOGS all kinds of
Investigating and shadowing: strictly confldea
.t.t. .... MssinaMn. htchrst references: f n-
sultatlcn free. Addresi P. O. Box ..0. St. teals.
riiVPivfVECTS s'.Or trained nurslrrg: elerani
scccmmodatlons: fre homes for Infants If de
sired: ladies treated :orw; ircainiTii svmsqi i;
rect'lator $1 only: private, reliable, secludeiu.
censed home, wnere you are wen irrjim w ni
care guaranteed: private msnscs a i any.
ijr. Annie rsewianq. .r vjuve
rnpirMPVrs rre.! homes found for Infi
If desired: consultation and trial treatment free:
lakes part pay In work IC desired: private, se
cluded, licensed home where you get your ease
guaranteed before payment: lad.es. try my regu
lator: treats Irregularities: beard. K per wees::
all mail promptly answered: patients met at boat
or sr.Mttn In my vehicle. Mrs. Dr. llusphy. 213
ard 21 1 Olive st.: phcre Klnlcch C 331.
"DOCTOR MERWIN. 2235 Olive St.. treats all
female troubles. ,
DR.MART ARTHrn. Speclallst-Laflles a
trouble, call ana get prompt rcuri; luunur cat
.-t.... i.s...- -.-. -m VVTasfilnvtriTt.
CBa (aeiii iinftu ouu... -.. . .- n.- .
nrr tvrvnik es Washington Ave. U'nssd
physician, treats all female troubles: guaran
tees result: private ho-re for Isdles during con
finement: rerfect secrecy ani recluslcn: Infants
adopted: ladlea in trouble, call or "srlf.
TvDIE6! Mv reguii'or never falls; cne ctti
plete treatment free. Mrs. F. Starr 2S23 Franklin.
MIDWIFE Receives durlrg ronfleernenf homes
far Infants- lndls In t-snM-. call 2"4s Tyifnyefe
3KS. RRIDGFS Ladles n trcuhle won't regret
calling; no medicine. 100 N Ewing. C 1P4.
Mrs. Drs. MnrnhvVs Regulator tl- Oelrt-n Seal
Vic: t ats Isdles $1: no cure, no ray. 2125 Ollv?
MRS DTt HOGAN receives before and during
confinement: Infsnts adonted if desired: ladles Im
trouble, call - write: terms reasonable; consul
Istlen free. 2211 Olive st 3t. Lonls.
MRS HOTSON Ladles' private home during
ennfinersent: absolute privacy ard safety assured-
elegant accommodations; trained nurses;
rr.other'y care and regular physician: sstlsfaptlen
euarsr.teed: infants adopted: skilled attention at
lowest term-. Ca'; or write. 2201 O'lve.
Frmale Regulatnr patent applied for: relieves
In thre hours: bewar nf si lititnts-: rone gen
uine without sig. or Golden Real Med. CO. Price
H T Arthur 2ttv WnsMrrrion ave
Relieves in three hours Beware of substitutes;
none genuine witlout signature of Catula Med.
Co Price. Jl m. sS7s olive st.
SHIPTONS read your life bv cards, palmistry,
graphology and astrology. 1452 N. Nineteenth st.
Call or write
JOHN H. WOODBUBYD.U " ,
Haraed-Jacoar- Idg.. St. . j
CASH catd for unused postage stamps; we also
buy eld stamps; premium list. 3c tlussavan
Stamp Co.. room 415. Fullerton building.
GOOD 7x11 Pearl job printing press wanted:
must be cheap. M 6. Republic.
HIGHEST cash prlcespald ror scrap Iron, hot
ties, rags and metals. D. Wolff. 2207 3. Broad
way. Phone D ISt
HOUSEHOAT from 23 to 51 feet long: must be
cheap and In good condition. C Peake. 7C2
ZEISS or Leiti microscope wanted: late model.
L 6. Republic. .
sRR-t3IRi1N BONES, etc Mayer Fertiliser
ObriiirinUHi junk Co.. Iu23 N. Twelfth
sUSf,LoulaiMo.Eet, 1863 . Send for prices.
ILLINOIS Hotel. 510 Lucas Ave. Nice, clean
rooms. 25c, 56c. 75c and 51 per day, and 51.25 per
week and up; dally papers fre.
JIOXEY TO LOAN.
On Perional Properfr-
"A" PRIX'ATH party loans monev on furniture;
eay pament3; conbdentlai and proper treatment,
531 Chemical building. Eighth and OUve sts.
GENTLEMAN having surplus tends will ad
Tanc money on furniture. jjs.nos and to salaried
employea 513 Centnrv bide. Ninth and Ollvo. -
LOANS on otrsonal eeufltv. furniture. t..
5 per cent; confidential, fair treatment and fall
terms, j-oom an wainwrignt cuuain?.
MONHY loaned salaried people without secur
ity; lowest rates, repayment easy. Drake, 10
MONEY 1o loan on furniture, pianos and all
zood securities; lowest rates in the city: business
strictly confid-nttal: est. 1573. 1001 Morgan at.
mmYi mm 1
EASY-PAYMENT LOANS ON PIANOS. HOUSE
HOLD GOODS OR ANY GOOD SECURITY.
We will make you the CHEAPEST LOAN In
the city on our new BUILDING ASSOCIATION
PLAN, which Is the easiest PLAN In the wort
The PAYMENTS can be arranged so that you
can repay the loan In easy WEEKLY. MONTH
LY or YEARLY payments.
Our PLAN enables you to repay your account
without an trouble or Inconvenience to yourself.
REMEMUER. WE NEVER RFMOVE GIK)S-
We will give you ALL THE TIME you want
ana wut carry 3 cur laja? as long as asirea.
Wo pay all your hllla and advance you more
money, it is easier to pay one tnan a numoer.
IN CASE OF SICKNESS OR OUT OF CMI'LOY-
5IE.VT. WE WILT. K'TRSn YOUR IOAN.
Remember. In dealirg with us there are no ad
vance charges whatever.
LIBERAL DISCOUNT IF PATD BEFORE DUE.
If you cannot call. WRITE or PHONE and wo
will send our agent to ycur place with the money.
NEW YORK FINANCE CO.. ROOMS 207-iOv-JM.
AND 210 ODD FELLOWS' BLD. NINTH
AND OLIVE STS. TELEPHONE MAIN 293 ,
MONEY TO LOA
ON FVRMTCnE. PIANOS, HOUSES.
W's r-AV and WTT.T. e-tv. vftii ft CHEAPER
RATE of Interest than any other company In th.
city, and you can choose YOUR OWN TIME for
paving back the loan and AMOUNT OF PAY
MENT you wish to make, etther weekly or
monthly, and you PAY FOR ONLY such time as
you have hal money. GOODS REMAIN In your
own possession, and ir you GET SICK or OTJx
OF WORK we will hold payment, so there U no
danger of losing your goods. There Is NO PUB
IJCITY OR INCONVENIENCE7 papers can be
signed at house. Tou get money same day
you apply. We will pay any Indebtedness on
your groda and give you MORE MONET.
If you cannot call, write or telephone and we
will send agent to explain our- system.
Tel. D 454. FIDELITY BROKERAGE CO..
Room 1, Mansur bnlldlng. 514H Olive s
Moneyl Money! Money I
Loaned on Fnrnltnre, Pianos, Etc.
You can SAVE MONEY by borrowing from us.
DO.N'T PAY a HIGH RATE of Interest, OUR
RATES areJHE LOWEST and OUR TERMS
the EASIEST In St, Louis. If you GET SICK or
OUT of WORK, we EXTEM) the tune, so you
run NO RISK OF LOSING GOODS. Call, write
or TELEPHONE MAIN 2764M or KIN. B Ml.
and we will send the money to your house.
NATIONAL TRUST CO .
201 AND 213 MERMOD-JACCARD BLTXJ .
107 N. BROADWAY. COR. LOCUST STREET.
WE LOA!. klQi-EY
On household goods. ANJ AMOUNT; LOWEST
RATES. No removals. No recording. EASY
PAYMENTS. Liberal DISCOUNTS. Extensions
of time In cases of sickness. NO EXTRA charges.
You receive the FULL AMOUNT In eiin. On
SHORT NOTICE. Our practice Is SQUARB
DEALING. Call write or telephone.-
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO..
Fullerton bulUing. Seventh and Pine sts.
Second floor. Rooms 2OO.201-20
TELEPHONE KINLOCH B 11U.
OUR STOCK IS MONEY.
We will give yeu credit cheaper than others. la
amounts from TEN DOLLARS to TEN THOU-
where no oclectionable Inquiries are made and
your bu?!nt Is strictly confidential? Do yoo
uv wnai tms means? vjaii or vmte.
Tel. Main 2S7S. 511 Century bulldlnrf,
LIVE AND LET LIVE.
That Is our way. We advance money on sala
rise and furniture at lowest rates In the city.
Name your own time, date and amount of pay
mnt. Discount 1! paid befcre due. If sick 01
out of employment we carry you. No removal.
Strictly confidential. Will take up your loan and
advance more. Will call on request. Mound Cltr
Finance Company. 402 Beaoltt building. Ninth
and Pine sts. 'Phono n 453.
Money to loan tn any amount on all kinds en
pertoa-l property. Bargains irr unredeemed
9f2 FRANKLIN AVE.
Money Advanced Salaried People
eamstcrs. bjardlng-nouie keepers without sect
TiKierB. DrDiiiiujrc Keeum wunonr MM
ity: easy payments: largest business In princi
pal cities. Tolraan. 301 Uouscr bldg.. 03 Chestnut.
MPrHANlT'S FINANCE m
. 104 OLIVE. ROOM 209 EMILIE BLDG.'
Lends money on rumiture. pianos, ranges
sswlnpr machines, horses and wagon. wlthou
jnovaT: monthly payments: discount If pak
fore due: business confidential. Phone cim
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
lowtrlte?'!l5ai,'0P,.tD- without security.
i t?7rfJfhS:SiL.M blt ln maU wtti-
mjraiAri4 Equur F,aloci '
KEY FOR SAUR1ED PEOPLE.
tlailv JS,,ou "' oulckly and confidta-
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