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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MAY 22, 1902.
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BIRTHS. MARRIAGES
AND DZATHS,
RKCOHD OF 1IIH.T11S.
William F. and I JI. Shuttlew nh. SJ1S.V Fln
n'v, boy
Charles and N. Gan. 1119 De Kalb. Kir!.
m-l-ard II. and O Sutton !U Baldwin; bey.
Jam-? I, and A Ornian 1-uJ Monro1, boy.
-Martin J and E II Noli. ?A tioodfellow; boy.
Henrv and M Nlrla nd. It- Helen; twy.
l'uul R and M. AnJert. lloC North Sixth; bey.
Jr.hn and A Truk. 1)1) Carroll: girl.
B. D. and S. Mam. 1S07 Ituteer; girl
.Albert and L. Auchter. 14-9 Warren; girl,
a-hn and I. Srhultr. ::" rhl'lp: girl.
Otto nnd A Gropp. 2Crj Iinp; irlrl.
Sam and C CVttiii. 1106 North Eleventh; girl.
11 and A. Kathk-. 4373 Delmar: plrl.
John and . Htteene. C3I0 bouth llroadway;
boy
Henry G. and J l!los, 17H South Tnelfth; boy.
O and II. Gack. joy.
.MAHHI.Kii; I,ICi:.iI.
Joseph W. Oiarlcs
Laura M. I'ofter
Mathew Madison ,
Lee Mclteyrc'lda
Herri WKtt.up
Mamie Tehb"
A K. Cckl.ardt
Ida lioren
Oecrge H. '"ir'tello
Emma C. Hager
Joe J Srhlmpf-r
Ida Wleneekl
1'jl.rt Carstns
Anta M. lehr
R I". Thompson
'athern I'alltn
I. It. rell
Ella J. Ucnton
J. C. Moore
Annie Connolly
a. A. Miller
Ellzabtt! Schmits
A. II. llusrhman
Alvlne I Uchbeln
F. A. Berry
Tllllc Havenner
Alex. Hrhaeffer
U Hie Wand
William 11. King
Elizabeth M. Haralson..
itylrd 1'heas
Mamie Hawkins
Archie Nelson
Irene Belle ...'.
.1. II. Timmerroann
Frieda Hllblg
Robert Loch
Alma Boehmer
H. E. Dawson
Etta Balrd
Michael 0LoushlIn
Anna A. Roland
O. T. Gouer
ora Uooch
ITS Washington
43A Do'.mar
I.mbard
3 Wirr.bard
, 3725 KuKlusk)
C1 Manno
3';i Siuth Nlr.tli
all South Elghtn
..""to North Seventeenth
. .1113 North Thirteenth
...HOC North Twentieth
, 1-JL7 Can
Witt. Ill
St. Paul. Minn
Flat Itlver. Mo
Vandalla. M-)
.116 Stoddard
iW Morgan
Alton. Ill
Mtcn. Ill
3IM I.lfBM tt-
1'614 Calllornia
4711 I'Jire
4217 Mnri;an
Madison. Ill
21"OA Henrietta
...1S17A Stiuth Jefferson
3014 California
Ga.nsvllle, Ga
14J3 Gramille
IK Center
4ir.y Ixlnjtton
C6jjA Morgan
.. ..:10 South Sixteenth
"12 Fair
sat Fair
;sii MarnnlU
3M Sidney
,.1'crtnge de Smut, Mo
Black 'Valnut. Mo
2-01 Mlnneota
2)31 Nebiafka
....I South Sixteenth
Ill uih Sixteenth
IVe-dlnK Itl-ita (Solid Gold).
Finest quultiLS. $3 to $. Jlermo. & Jac
card'r. Broadway and ocust.
IlLUIAL 1KH3IITS.
Harry 1. Anslyn. 3 months, 4470 Eastcn; rneu
raonla.
Charles Adams. 72 3-ears. 153C Papln; pyaemtt.
Helen CKKecIe. 1 day, JttZl Thomas; marafmui.
Anthony J Wichuiann. C months, 14121 Kjoutli
Third; Inanition.
Josephine Ihrlstmann, S3 years, 29H Lemp;
strlctura Intetinl.
Sarah Weber. 45 years. CM Sidney; angina pec
torts. Cella A. Trail. 3 years, 4117 West Btlle; men
Incttls. i Johnson. S days, 1507 South Jefferson; pre
mature birth.
John B. Cody. 41 years. Insane Aslum; de
mentia paralytica.
John C. Nacel. to sears. 201S North Twenty
nrst; pleurisy.
John IX Cody, 43 ears. Insane Asylum; demen
tia paralytica.
Cassell Kimball. 1 day. City Hospital; Inanition.
Casselman Kimball, 1 day, city Hospital; ate
lectatus. Charles Ugsett. U years. City Hospital; pneu
monia. Francleka Itelchelt, 37 years. 1115 North Fif
teenth; hepatitis.
Fred Voetrel. 472 years. 2216 Adams; Brighfs
disease.
Richard Kerwln. M years. 14MH North Elev
enth; rheumatism.
Joseph Grable, 70 years. 4106 Lucky; heart
disease.
John Lechner. X days. Frank 1 farm: trismus.
Helan Bunroyne. months, 1413 North Tncfth;
meningitis.
Katharlna Schmidt, 77 years, 1407 North Tenth;
senility.
Anthony C Cablness. t months. 1114 Brooklyn;
spasms.
John Murphy. 8 years. City Hospital; mitral
regurgitation.
Ida I. Whitney. years. 4020 Leo; gastritis.
John Henry Stollte. t6 years, foot of Barton;
accident.
Ixnils O. Lauman, 25 years. Deaconess Hospi
tal: empyema.
Kathryn O. Caracocllc. 44 years. Mil South
Broadway; tuberculosis.
Clementine B. Rose. CI years, 3:31 Lawtcn;
apoplexy, sr
. WUUe Nlggeman. e days. 1S22 Whlttler: Inani
tion. Dorothy Phillips, t years, 2823 Law ton; pneu
monia. Lienors Herpen, C months, S23 Scuth Second:
bronchitis.
'Melna Hansen, 18 years, St. Luke's Hospital:
septicaemia.
.Charles Lang;. t3 years. 1120 North Third; ne
phritis. Nellie M. Glasgow, 37 years. 4117 Washington;
heart disease.
Johnnie Harper, t months. 1931 Olive- Inanition.
William J. Grelten, 1 year, 822 Walnut; scarlet
fevr.
William Stettemeler. 70 years. 2752 Caroline:
cancer.
Joseph Moshner. 20 years. 2105A Nebraska:
phthisis.
John Kxerle. 2 years. Alexlan Brothers" Hos
pltal; meningitis.
Txiulse Walch. 31 years. City Hospital; epilepsy.
NEW CORPORATIONS.
ILLINOIS.
nnruBLia special.
.Springfield. HI., May 21. Articles of Incorpora
tion .were filed to-day with Secretary of state
Hose by the Illinois Southwestern Railway Com
pany, with its principal olflce located in Chicago.
The capital stock la J2.200.tfM, and the object Ij t
construct a railway line from Crawford Cuuiity
through the counties of Crawford. Jaspr. Rich
land. Wayne. Hamilton. Franklin. Williamson.
I erry, Lnlon. Pulaski, Alexander and Jacksun.
tn a point In Jackson County.
The incorporators and first Board of Director!
are: Delevan A. Holmes. Evanston, III.; Lloyd
I". Whitman. Charles K. Selleck. Lavern W.
Thompson and Perdval Steele, all of Chicago.
.The State Auditor of Public Accounts to-day Is-1
Mied a permit for the organization of the Central
Trust Company of Illinois, located at Chicago
with a capital stock of J4.000.0oo. The permit Is
Issued to Charles G. Dawes. A. J. Earllnc
Charles Deering. B. A. Eckhart, Graeme Stuart.
Frank O. Lo-wden and Max Pam.
The Columbia Window Cleaning Company. Chi
cago: capital, 15.000: cleaning and renovating
buildings carpets, glass and metal. Incorporat
1 5'"la"? 9- Taylor. Charles S. Roberts and
Albert E. Taylor.
The Beunaventure Plantation Company. Chi
cago: capital. IW.O0O; to conduct a tropical plan
tation. Incorporators J. Warren Floyd. J. R.
MeQulston and Cors B. Wcoilruff.
The CooksvlIIe Telephone Comianv. Cooksvllle
capiul. JS.000: to operate a telephone system!
Incorporators Joe Arnold. I'. I Noggle and
fcamuel Sutter.
Tlie Crbana Light. Heat and Power Company.
Urbana; capiul. J1W.000; to operate electric light.
!5'e3 tat ana Power plants. Incorporators
f il IJuseJ' G'OI"Se W. Busey and w. I. Sof-
IIJFORMATlOJt AVANTED.
..ANT nens of Ben Tharn or his sister. Mrs.
Mary Scalf. or anv of their relatives would be
thankfully received by Mrs. Julia Stanford. 31c
I.ond. Ok.
LOIT A.TTU roDHD.
- - - - - . ---.-
.hi n i i.i
HnricTDTv t..i v..i.. i , .
....u.....-w,i, uuiiuiy ruiipe oreastpin,
with six sets. Return to 2603 N. Lefllngwcll ave.'
reward.
COMB Lost, ladles fancy hair comb, on the
car to Creve Couer Lake, last Sunday; fancy set-tlng-ln
shape of a snake: reward. 4721 Easton.
DOG Lost, fox terrier pup; blacK ears, black
on back and tall; strayed from 7C33 Pino at.: re
ward. XQQ. Lost, at Tamm ave. and Missouri Pacific
tracks. Monday last, small black spaniel; answer
name of Knox. Reward for return to 6148 Simp
con ave.
JIORSE. ETC Found, horse and runabout
buggy; horse dark bay. star In face, about 15
hands high. 3733 Manchester ave.
MARE tost, grav mare, bay mule and mud
jiagon. Return to 713 Market sr.
TOCKETBOOK Lost: J10 reward" for the re
turn of pocketbook containing papers of value
to owner only: no questions concerning other
"intents: was lost during accident on suburban
car. P. Rosenbaum. plumber. 105 N. Eleventh st.
exchange: axd haiiter.
FOR the purpose of winding up a part
nership, the undersigned, as master commissioner
of the Calloway Circuit Court, will sell at the
"ourthouse door, in Murray. Kv.. to the highest
and best bidder, on Monday, May 26, 1902, one
73-barrel roller flouring mill, electric light plant.
JI5 K. W. machines, together with franchise and
contracts belonging to same; elevator 30,"00
bushel capacity; also about 30 acres of valuable
property adjoining said plant. The above three
Plants are complete in every respect and are
o.sltuated that they can be operated together
and are In first-class running- order. For further
particulars, apply to M. D. HOLTON.
. Murray. Ky.
"WANTED to Exchange Dentistry for electric
fan, 110 volts, alternating current, or will pay
cash. C Hi, Republic.
"WANTED To exchange that dilapidated ol
vehicle for a swell "turnout" by the use of a
can of our Occidental carriage pclnt.
PLATT & THORNBURGH PAINT CO..
620 Franklin ave.
160-acre Missouri farm, near good town; good
frame house, bearing orchard, crops. Implements:
V) acres cultivation; want St. Louis Income:
2.50. 17 N. Thirteenth st.
MOSEY WANTED.
TOTTSO widow desires a. loan of COO to s&va
home- C 115. Republic
MINING INTERESTS.
DO 70a want to share In a mining deal, to be
epwmtad by well-known ST. Loulsans; No better
charce .than' this ever offered on Its merits Will
yield blj; returns on money Invested. 121, Re-oubUa.
STEASISHlrS.
IMlf M-P,IH PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. VIA
S. Co.. Occidental Or!-ntal S. S. Co. and
Oriental S. r. Co. Frcm San Francisco: Coptic.
May 27. Arrerlcan Maru. June 4; Peking. June li.
For passage and frelrhl rate. rcseratlcns, pas
tage or lets and information apply to L E.
Tonnsliy, Agent, 431 Olive St.. St. Louis. Mo.
TL.VTIONS tt'ANTKIl-KKM LK.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPEH Situation by x
pinenie.l oung ladv ?s .ls'stant Wy kVeeper and
stenngraphi-r. referttues. J 111. Republic.
i"H.MBERMAII Situation by colored girl n-
chambesmald In htel or roomlng-liouse. 1S19
Lui as, .ie. .
i"OOK Situation by llrst-clam cool:; no objc
tions t-econd'h work; best reference. 1S11 N.
T,.er.t-siciJlid t.
COOK A uoman wish-a a situation a flr't
elass conk; liuatdlng i private house. In country
or eilv. A U.. 13m, Chouteau ate
IIOl-SE':iP.I.-S:tuatt, n by a K rl to do geneial
hnusennrk in a small family. A 137. Republic.
HOFSEGIIU Girl would iVe hoii-worte by
the day, i-mall family: waahlns. 411S Finney nv.
HOUSEGIKl. Situation bv a neat cooud girl
to do houvwoik bv day. or lai-nJi r.ns. in ery
ymall f,'imll. at one. 4'i.S l'Inney av.
Htll'SEWOItK-IViltlon to in genenil h-use-toik;
no wajihii-g or irviims. '-? hittier st.
IIOI'SEKEEPEl: HouekeeiHT or nurye to tn-f-nt
or ltn.ill.1. would tran I: tlrt-rl.ii tefer
enecs. Call or address M. E Donnelly, tare
Mrs. Wr.i Faenncr. 1319 S. Ninth St.
NrRSEOIUL-Situatlcn as nurfeglrl. :Slll
Clark ai c
STENOGRAI'HER Competent ycuns lai'y sto
n.,f;rapher desires puitijn at once. I" Ho. Re
public. STENOGRAPHER Competent young lady ste
rographer desires pesition; accurate; willing to
v.Tk. It l.i. Republic
TELEPHONE Ligh Bros . 1025 Century, for
competent stenographers, bookkeepers and gen
eral i-ftlee help
WOMAN WANTED Work two or three dayi
In the week to help at housework. B 11.. Re
1'utilc STOVE REPAIRS.
a. o. BnAurn3is-3u k. Tiunn st.
SXTL'ATIONS AVANTZU MALE.
I5AHUKH A KCrnd union b.irber. at rresent run
nmi a sh-jt wants a tteady rubition. A. C
Kocbke. 1JJ1 SMnev st.
r-OOKKi:ni'Ei; Younc man, IS boorkrepr,
tyewrittr and K-neral offif' man. wants t work
evenings; any k.nd ct Toik 1) 113. KepuMlc.
l.UOKKKCrnH Experienced bookkeeper and
tahier desires ehanse; agel 40, active; goo J
habits; lest referenct-a rccir.iins chaiacter and
ability, bond. Y 116. Kcpubltc.
BCVJKKEnPKU Petition by an experienced
bookkccir and general ufiice man, at pri-s nt
employed; one ith outdoor collecting or aolictt
lng part of the time preferred. H lltf. llepu'jlic
OEIEIC Dmjr clerk; Ph. G. registered; expe
rience seen jenrs; will call In person. Y 131.
llepubllc
CX)LM:CTOn Situation as collectcr. with a
chance of adianeeme t. can fu nih boni and
reference; well experienced. T 131 llr-public.
IIOIISKMAN Man want permanent situation;
experienced horseman, cowe, gardens, furnaces,
etc.; ha dy refe ences; J25 month and board; no
lesa. Y 130. Republic.
MANAGER. Thoroughly experienced offica
manager, credit man or bookkeeper desires ro
eition; state parti. ulais in answer. I 115. Re
public. POUTER Situation by smart colored porter;
37 years. -.)&) Fairfax.
SALESMAN Position ns salesman or clerical
work; Al reference. V 119. Republic.
SALESMAN Position by young man as sales
man in department store; Inexperienced; will
pell on commission. O 115. Republic.
SOLICITOR An experienced fire Insurance so
licitor desires a position. M 116, Republic.
WATCHMAKER Si tuatlcn by a young man as
watch repairer and optician; best of references.
A 1C. Republic
WOODWORKER You ne woodworker wants slt
uatlon. city or country. R 113. Republic,
WORK Situation by boy of 14; withe posl
tlon In office, or to learn traje. B 139. Republic.
WORK Situation In office by young man 21
vears old; at present employed; good references.
C 118. Republic.
WORK Will work four or five hours day for
board, lodelng; attend horse, lawn or anything;
l-teady; gilt-edge references; age 24. T 113, Republic-
YOUNG MAN Good nt figures, desires position;
g;ood references. T 104, Republic
BUSINESS, SHOBTHAND and TEL.EGBAPH
SCHOOL, CENTURT BUILDING, corner Ollv.
and Ninth eta. Thorough Instruction given In the
commercial riranchea and he frltman and Gregg
ayatemo of shorthand. Call for circular.
HELP WASTED FEMALE.
The Traaea.
mvntTKr niltLS WANTED Experienced
bindery girls who can insert. S. 1 Myerson
ITtg. Co.. Tlilrd and Chestnut at.
Olltl WANTED To sew bartenders vesta.
Jackets anj aprons, hum i-arr.
irirnnlttssprts "WANTED Two first-class
hairdressers at Oonatoa, Carelton building.
"j'JMPEBMAKEKS WANTED To take work
home. Cubetter & Itichman, tiM N. Seventh at.,
upstairs.
SHIIIT FINISHBItS WANTED Experienced
high-grade shirt llnishers; steady work guaran
teed. Paul E. WoIfC Shirt Co.. 815 Washington
ave.
STRIPPERS WANTED Experienced tobacco
strlrptrs. Geo. Fehl Blue nibbon Cigar Co., 124j
S. llniaduay.
Dreiimakeri and Seamitreun.
DRESSMAKER WANTED A good dressmak
cr. Call at 3H24 W.ndsor place.
FINISHERS WANTED Two experienced lln
ishers on custom pants; steady work and good
wages. 1017 Morgan.
GIRL WANTED An apprentice girl for fancy
dressmaking. Mmo. M. Spl ker. 1818 S. Jefferson.
GIRLS WANTED That can sew on power ma
chines; steady work at good pay. 4M N. Third St.
HAND WANTED Experienced hand on shirts
and jumpers. 1303 N. Uroadway.
SEAMSTRESS WANTED A girl who can sew
and take care of ll.ien. Call at Granville Hotel,
tit N. Grand ave.
SEWERS WANTED Experienced hand sewers
on pants. 130S Arsenal.
SKIRTMAKER WANTED An experienced
skirtmaker nt once. Fadem'a Ladies' Tailors.
S4JC Olll a st
ijivHareasei.
IQ.ri fu uxji-Tu'irinr.' n-i --- ---
FINISHERS WANTED Ten first-class finish
ers on new work; steady work guaranteed: we
pay highest prices In city. Ferguson-McKlnney
Liundiy. lOOy L.ucas ave.
IRONERS WANTED Ladles' clothes and waist
lroners: also shirt fl I htra. experienced, and girls
to learn. Excelsior Laundry. Grand and bell.
LAUNDRESS WANTED
"STIi Olive St.
LAUNDRES3 WANTED A woman to do hand
washing. L.llon Laundry Co.. 1008 Morgan.
SORTERS. ETC, WANTED Co lar sorter and
bundle wrappers; girls from U to 16 years, to
learn. Excelsior Laund-y. 1012 N. Grand ave.
teSTitferB.
STENOGRAPHHR WANTED Experienced fe
male stenographer; ono that ha worked In mer
cantile house preferred; give reference. Address
Z 113, Republic.
Board of Education building-. Sll Locust t., con
tinues throueh the summer without change Id
regular programme; Individual Instruction;
twcnty-on years' exoerlence. Catalogue free.
Aanei.
NURSEGIRL WANTED Good wages; apply
at once. 3317 Olive et.
NURPK WANTED An experienced English
nurse, 25, for Infant or children; June 1; best
reference. &507 Vernon.
NURSEGIRL WANTED-NeaU young, experl
enced girl for nurse and light housework; good
wages; references required. E670 Cabanne.
Waltrenea.
ARM WAITRESS WANTED-1K6 Market St.:
somebody to work.
DINING-ROOM GIRL, WANTED Experienced
dining-room girl; good wages. 2221 Olive St.
DININO-ROOM GIRL WANTED Young girl
to make herself useful In dining room. Call 2.v9"4
N. Eighth St.
GIRL WANTED Girl for dining-room work.
IMS N. Taylor ave.
GIRL WANTED Experienced dining-room girl
for restaurant. 1311 Franklin ave.
darks CaltectsTS.
GIRL WANTED Small girl for office. Grand
Laundry, 3040 Lawton ave.
SALESLADIES We teach you by mall the
true principles of selling goeds. enabling ou to
command a good salary and hold responsible po
sitions: Information free. Address National
School of Salesladyshlp. Box 105. St. Lcusl. Mo.
Housekeepers.
HOUSEKEEPERS To know that a can of our
varnish stalrjr wll lmake an old piece of furniture
"like new"; It dries hard.
PLATT & THORNBURGH PAINT CO..
620 Franklin ave.
HOUSEKEEPERS When housedeanlng. use
our Occidental floor paint on the kitchen: Gloss
en for the parlor, and "The cares that Infest the
day will fold their tenia like the Araos and si
lently steal away."
PLA.TT & THORNBURGH PAINT CO..
820 Franklin ava.
lSl$ttfsM$m
IIUH' WANTED-FE31AI.E.
Ilouaevrnrk.
HOl'SEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work. 2217 S. Grand ave.
HOUSEGIKL WANTED Girl for general hcuse-wo.-k.
125'A Euclid aie.
HOL'SKGIHL WANTED Girl for general house
work. 2CC2 Cleieland aie.
HOl'SEGIRL WANTi:-AKirf7o do general
liouework. 4426 Ulalr aie.
liriUSEGfp.L WANTKI.-liirl for general house
work 4r2j N. .Fourteenth.
HOUSEGIKL WANTED-Girl for general houje
work. 2Tti Louisiana ave.
lKirSEGIKI. WANTEIT Girl for general
houseuork. 201 Gamble st.
IIOL.-EGIKL WANTED Girl for general house
wink at once. 4361 Ei.ms aie.
HOUSEGIRL WANTE1 Girl f jr general housc
work; ?ma!l family. 22"iJ Adams.
HOrsEGIKL WANTED-German girl for gen
cral lii,uevuili. Ml; Coi.U ave.
HOISEGIKiItWANTED-Tko housig.r's at
4"il N. llrnail'.iay; no coiklng.
HOI SEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
l-ou-ewi.rk. IW Mel'hersrn aie.
IKirsEGIKL WANT'ID A clrl to di geiural
l.i-UPfi.t rk Apply at 'OS I'nrr Ft
HOI SFGIIH. WANTi.Ii H'uassn lor general ,
linusjMik 21.-.S S Ccmpton aie.
HorS!:TlRI."wANTFD-AglrrT3ilo g n ril
liopuv.oik 4--7 Md'herson ale. J
HOrsifwo.MAN WANTeTi n'rmn for lUht
tnuco!k: p'Hii home. 11.23 Marke. tt.
HOrsEGHiL WANTEL Good girl for general
hous-eiicrl.. 1422 Wash st.. upstairs.
HOrSEGITil, WANTED-Ncat girl about 10 for
light lieu-iwirk. all :01s N. II gh tt.
HOl'SEGIRL WANTED A good girl to do gen
eral In uf nulk. 3Ni7 ashln;lon ait.
HOUHEGIRLWANTEO-Nont girl for house
work, family of live adults. 4(21 Uiclele.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-G'rl for general
hoi'seii.irl;; prltate family. 5271 Page.
HOUSEGIKL V.ANTED-GIrl to assist with
housework: no washing. 4120 Russell ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Gill for general house
work; small family. 2?43 St. Vincent ave.
HOl'SEGIRL WANTED-Gord German girl 'or
housework; small family. U'lS Sidney t.
irOUsTTltir'TvVNTElj-lllirfor general house
work, 15. 1017A I?onard aie., near Hell.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Gcod girl for general
huuiework; gooil wages Z0V La Salle st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good German girl to
do general housework. 1C"5 S Jefferson ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for . general
houfeuork; no outside work; J1S. 4241 Pine st.
HOfSEGini. WANTED Gil girl for general
housenork; family of two; 42-8 Maryland ave.
HOrSEGIRirwANTED A girl for general
hou!eAork; small family. 1S37 Kennett placc
HOrSiEGIRL WANTED A g'rl of 14 or 13
years to assist in homework. 7532 S. Broadviay.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl fo' general
houteiiork; liases 13 per week. 2T27 Lucai r.e.
"lIOUHKGIRL WANTED Girl for general hous
vrork. good waies. Apply 5130 Falrmount aie.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A Geiman girl to ill
housework and help with nursing. 431 Olivo st.
HOUSEGIRL v.-ANTED Girl tot general
houiework; good wages. Call 5353 Cabanne ave.
HOUSEGIrTJ WANTED Girl for general
I-oureivork: must be a good cook. 2203 Park ave.
IIOUSFJIRL WANTED Girl for hous-work:
family of two. Call morning. 2521 S. Hrcadway.
HOUSEGIRL-WANTED A sfl-I to do general
houfcwork or girl to a-si't. 3C32 Oeveland ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl to as
sift with general housework. 5122 Ramond ale.
HOUSlSlIIlT. WANTt-Ti Girl fr general house
vork: good wages; go home nights. 2531 Da ton
street.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young girl for ll?ht
housework; small family; good home. Sine Fair
mount. HOUSEGIRL WANTEI-Good . girl to do
housework; good home for right rarty. 1S31 Olive
street.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: good salary; small family. 2132 N.
Grand.
HOUSEGlivrJ WANTED Girl for general
hous-work; keep washerwoman: good pay. 2826
Gamble.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do general
housework, good wages: small family. 2711 Rus
sell aie. ,
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for genersl
housework; four in family; no children. 40)1
Malfitt.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work. 3112 Thomas St., c'mer Cook and Chan
nlng ayes.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work; no washing or ironing. Apply 1219 N.
Droadway.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl to do gen
eral housework: must be good cook. 4140 West
Belle place.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl tor general
housework: family of two; no washing. 1920 Ne
braska ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl to do
general housework; small family. Apply 2612 La
fayette ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good st-ady girl for
General housework; small family; good wages.
Ki Cora ai e.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Housegirl at Klon
dike Hotel, orp- St. Louis Car Shops, 6000 N.
Broadway.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl for house
girl; no cooking, washing or outdoor work. 1525
Missouri ale.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; family of three; good wages. BlOj
McPherron aie.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework. Apply to Mrs. Nash. 1106 St. Clair,
East St. Louis.
HOUSEGIRL WANTEDSood German girl for
general housework; also one for sewing. 1722
Mississippi ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl about 16 for light
housewoik; good home; good pay. Call morning.
23C2A Russell ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Experienced girl for
general housework; small family; good wages.
H3i Morrison ave.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED Colored girl for gen
eral housework, washing and ironing; age, 20 to
30. 1303A Oillo St.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work: no washing; highest wages; small family.
3653 Cleveland ate.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general
housework: small family; good reierences re
quired. 63i'9 Minerva.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl or gen
eral housework: family of four adults; good
wages. 2C31 S. Twelfth sU
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for general
housework in family of three. 1312 N. King's
Mghway; take Page ave. can
HOUSEGIELS furnished positions free of
charge. If you want a housegirl call on us. D.
J. Campbell & Co.. 1220 Olive.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Hou-eglrl In family
of two adults; no outside work; reference re
quired. 4127 Westminster place.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Neat colored girl to
do general housework: family of three; must be
good cook. Call at 1808 Cora ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl f jr gen
eral housework In small family. 1920 Loulslan
ave., east side Compton Hill Rcrcsvolr.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Competent girl for
general housework: with or without washing and
Ironing; family of four; good home; good wages.
5564 von Versen ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework in family of four: must be thorough
ly competent and able to furnish references; sal
ary ,33 Apply 4624A Westminster place.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED-Good colored wom
an to do general housework. Call at once. 3022
Bell ave.
HOUSI-TWOMjVN WANTED Middle-aged wom
an for general housework; good wages. Mrs.
Knoch. 1013 Selby place.
HOUSEWOMAN WAN TED Middle-aied wom
an for general housework: good wages. Call at
Mrs. Knoch. 1015 Selby place, opposite Carr Park.
Miscellanea-.
(j--L i.n.ru'i 'ninrii-iiii ------- -,
APPRENTICE WANTED Young lady to learn
halrdresslng. manicuring and face massage; good
opening to right party: open evenings till 11 p.
m. Talbot Halrdresslng and Manicure Pa2srs,
3524 Olive.
SSI9TANT CASHIER WANTED-A sensible
woman assistant cashier in kitchen; state experi
ence if any and salary expected. Z 116, Republic
CHAMBERMAID WANTED A flrst-cla-s
chambermaid. Call at Granville Hotel. 914 N.
Grand ave.
GIRL WANTED To help In restaurant. 3S37
Easton ave, ,
GIRLS WANTED To pick nuts; .teadr -work
(or good hands. 30 N. Commercial st,
GIRLS AND BOYS WANTED-Glrla and beys.
Third and Convent: to-morrow morning.
GIRLS WANTED Two girls about 15 years
old; must be quick at figures. Shaper Bros.
GIRirWANTED-GIrl about 1 to help at
pre"s. Inquire eighth floor, Mermod & Jaccard
building.
.-Y C -V"rnTl f.lrla .. 11 In lit
old. St. Louis Paper Box Co., Twenty-first and
Randolph sts.
GIRLS WANTED Girls over II years of ag
for factory 4 to SS per weok. R. E. Funsten ft
Co.. 300 N. Commercial st-
KITCHEN GIRLS WANTED Two kitchen
girls. Apply 514 Chestnut St.-
L'ADIES To learn halnlresslng. manicuring or
facial massage: or.ly fair wefks required: posi
tions waiting graduates: summer re.rt, palace
trains. ladles maids, traveling companions and
city establishments. Call or write, Moler Col
lese. 1141 Market st.
NHRSEGIRL WANTED Girl ta tend to two
elderly people and do upstairs- work; one who to
willing to leave city .for the "rummer. 1310 West
Belle place.-
PIANIST WANTED Youtur lady to play
p'.ano. Apply at ones st Horse Show. Midway
Park. Talcs Owuttss ave. car.
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LITTLE BOB'S STORY.
Thero was a little lad who was known as Little Bob,
who had a little notion that he'd like another job. He
saw a little "ad" for "a hus-tllns Ilttls man who knows a
little tljrures and does the best he can."
He wrote a little note in a little envelope and told a
little something or his budding; little hope. He put this
little note In The Republic answer box he hud a little
know ledije of the magic it unlocks. '
Next day a little letter was sent tho little lad. It was
a Utile summons from the writer or the "ad." "It's just
a Utile better than the little job you've got. If you're a
little imshinir, thouRh, we'll pick you from the lit."
And soon the little lad had the little job he sought. He
likrt a little labor and that wa: what he got. Hut 'twas a
little sad for the other fellows there that Hob. their little
rival, made a salary more than fair.
H- sot a little ralt-e in pay every little while, and hid
a little more to say this little Juvenile. He had no little
nays, anil he gained no little ken of all the little thinas
that make successful business men.
He savtd a little cash and in another little time he had
a little dollar to the other fellows dime. And not a little
tash for he got along so well was he a little later when
the houe was his to sell.
And that's the little talc of the little lad called Bob,
who tried the little "ad" in The Republic for a job. It's a
little tip for you-If you'd work, my little lads.
HEM) ALL Tlin MTTLH STOIIIES IX Ri:iaIIIII.IC
"IIKI.P AVAXT AIS."
.V."V.-""""."."--"-v""-"-v-Vm rmrm '
HELP WAATEIJ FEMALE.
Cooks.
COOK WANTED-Good cook; references;
good
wages. 4i2j Easton aie.
COOK WANTED A geod girl to cook, wash and
iron. 2yi6 Delriar 1 oulevanl.
COOK WANTED A first-class cODk; references
required. 3022 Washington aie.
COOK WANTED A good cook, for cooking
cnly:Jamlly of Jive adults. 4121Lac:e(ie.
COOK WANTED Girl" wanted for cooking and
gtneinl housework. 4OG0 Delmar bollleiard.
COOK WANTED Good elri to cook, wash and
Iron; good wages. 4ws Washington aie.
COOK WANTED Experienced cook who liaa
worked In liuarding-lioU'e before, lfrn S. Ninth.
rfinr." w.i ntt'ti rrlri tn rook anl asljt with
washing and ironing, good wages. 5o2. Ilirtmer I
aie, I
COOK WANTED A cook and a dishwasher at ,
restaurant, Vandeienttr and Washington boule- ,
yard. I
COOK WANTED Cook to wash and Iron: two
In family: call at once. 412S Washington boule
vard. COOIC. ETC. WANTED Two German or I
Swede girls, for cook and housework. 2312 Wash-
lngton ave.
.
COOK WANTED A good cook: no washlns 0
Ironing; good wages; references required.
51(6
Washington aie
COOK WANTED Won.an cook; must be clean
and orderly about the kitchen and not nfmd of
work: call to-lay. lietween II ar-1 12 o'clock a.
Irving Dairy Lunch Cafe. 411 N. Let.lngwell.
COOK WANTED Cook to aslt In housework:
family of n e: no children; In Southern Illinois
town of 5.000 Inhabitants: permanent home for
good girl; references required. W 131. Republic.
HELP WANTED MAML.
Clerks and Collectors.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED An experienced
bookkeeper; must have good references. R 131,
Republic.
"7-LERIIS AND COLLECTORS WANTED-C01-lcctor,
S12.50: grocry. hotel clerks. $12; office
man, J: assistant. I3; bookkeeper, salesmen,
55. Peerlesy, -j2 Chestnut, upstairs
MAN WANTED Young man to learn whole
sale grocery" business; $50 month to start. 1230
Olive.
OFFICEMAN WANTED Salary and commis
sion: must be willing to leave city and haie
1200: also good references. A 113. Republic.
OFFICE ASSISTANT. ETC.. WANTED Office
asslrtant and collector: wholesale firm, 115 week;
chance for advancement- 1230 Olive.
OFFICE MAN WANTED Man to assist tn of
fice; experience unnecessary: J100 cash required.
X 131. Republic.
The Trades.
BARBER WANTED Barber at 512 Lucas ave
nue. BARBER
street.
WANTED Barber at 611 ArseHal
BARBER WANTED-A good barber at 4C Mor
gan st.
BARBER WANTED-Good,
252IA St, Louis ave.
steady barber;
BARBER WANTED First-class barber at
once; bring tcols. 1016 N. Broadway.
BARBERS WANTED Two good barb-rs. with
license; one steadv, $10; one Saturday and Sun
day. 4. 2726 Market st,
BENCH HAND WANTED First-class bench
hand on blinds. Broadway Planing Mills. 3300 N.
Broadway.
BENCH MANWANTED-Good bench man t"
work In rash and door factory. F. C. Turner &
Co.. Mobile. Ala.
BLACKSMITH WANTED By a carriage fac
tory in one of the large Texas cities: must be
a good general smith; steady and sober; good
wages and permanent position. Address Texas
Carriage Factory, care B 114. St. Louis Republic.
BRICK MASONS. 55c hour, and carpenters. 4)c
hour, for Minnesota; steady work; free fare.
Koenlg's Labor Agency. 612 Walnut st.
BL'SHELMAN WANTED The Good Luck,
w. cor. Sixth and St. Charles.
RUSHELMAN WANTED First-class bushel
man. Werner Bros.
CARPENTERS WANTED Carpenters and car
builders. Apply 2800 De Kalb st.
CARPENTER WANTED Carpenter to put on
finish. Twenty-third and Olive.
CIOARMAKERS WANTED Mais or
clgarmakers. 439-411 Morgan et.
COMPOSITORS WANTED Compositors.
Shultz &. Co.. 1117 Pine st.
J. S.
COOK
ave.
WANTED Man cook. 3042 Easton
COOPERS WANTED Two coopers on slack
barrel work. Columbia Cooperage Co., 2713 S.
Second st,
DON'T wait until hot weather to brush up
the screens; the use of a can of our screen paint
not only adds to their appearance, but lengthens
their lives.
PLATT THORNBURGH PAINT CO..
6m Franklin ave.
LATHE HAND WANTED One first-class lathe
hand. 2 N. Main.
MARRLB CUTTER WANTED A marble cut
ter. 761S N. Broadway.
MARBLEMEN WANTED Marble and granite
letterers and cutters. Apply 1212 Clark ave.. H.
Marquard's, Marble and Granite Co.
MEAT CUTTER WANTED-FIr t-clasT" meat
cutter; single man. Call early at 3301 Franklin.
OPERATOR WANTED Experienced operator
on pants at once. Baer. Oliver & Singer Cloth
ing Co.. 1110 Washington ave.
PAINTER WANTED Carriage painter,
at once. 1123 N. Sixth st.
PAINTERS WANTED-Inqnlre ot Fred Dohr,
Kirkwood, Mo.; union wages.
PAINTERS WANTED rile good house palnt
ers; first class only. Spring and Washington
aves.; 8 a. m.
PAPERHANGERS WANTED-Flve first-class
paperhangers at once. Berg Wall Paper Co.. 2112
N. Fourteenth
PAINTERS. ETC.. WANTED Carriage ralnU
ers. roughstun rubbers and men on gears.
Young ti. Jet Carriage Co.. 4524 Delmar.
FAPKFHANGER9 AND PAINTERS WANTED
1252 S. Broadway.
PAPERHANGERS WANTED No. 1 experi
enced raerhancers at once P. Loire Wall Pa
per and Frescoing Co.. 4IJ9 Olive.
PRESS FEEDER WANTED Job-press feeder.
617 Pine st.. second floor.
PRESS-FEEDER WANTED Ponv-press feeder
(union). Louis C. Hesse. 316-1S Market st.
SHOEMAKER WANTED-ShoerflB,'er to help
out. Call at Theo. Blank's. 1114 S. Compton ave.
STONE MASONS WANTED Stone masons
laborers on Wells are., west of Academy. John
J. Smith.
STRIPPERS WANTED Exnerlenced tobacco
strippers. Go. Fehl. Blue Ribbon Cigar Co.,
1243 S. Broadway. '
STRIPERS WANTED Stripers, rough, stnft
rubbers and color vamishers. Peoria Buggy Mfg.
22- .
SHOEMAKERS. ETC.. WANTED Shoemakers
and cobbler, wages no object to good, steady
workmen. McNamara Shoe and Last Company,
N. Sixth st.
TAILOR WANTED-Al! round first-class tailor.
CM Olive st.
WH1TENTRR9 WANTED Five wMteners, "at
occe. H. Mahnken. 131 N. Tenth st.
Bar.
.BELL BOT3 WANTED Two jood bell boys.
Apply head bell man University Club, Grand
an wi
Vashlngton.
BOT WANTEO-Bellablt
Olive st.
boy. Splro's, 4210
."WJV
r
Hi:i.l WANTED MALE.
Hoys.
HOY WANTED-Strong boy.
210S Papln st.
Champ Paint Co.,
HOI' WANTED Roy to learn horse shoeing,
i April" 1113 N. Seventeenth
HOY WANTED-Ilright. hustling boy to drlie
wagon. 1213 N. Broadway.
ROY WANTED Office boy. i; years old. In
quire 505 N. Siccnd. i o'clock.
HOYS WANTED Strong boys. Apply Hall
Chemical Co., 3C8 N. I'Kteenth t.
ROYS WANTED Two good, stead bojs for
light Inside work. 2952 Cass an.
lOYS. ETC.. WANTED-E ght paste bojs and
paperhangers. at ence. '.226 Park ave.
HOYS WANT ED-Fifty bns at A, Busch Glasa
Manufacturing Company. Main end Dorcas sts.
BOY WANTED Bov. about 17 years old. for
furniture factory. Koenlg Furniture Co., 2C2J
N. Fifteenth.
ROY WANTED Smart, quick colored boy. 13 to
20 jears old; work In factory": good, steady place
for country boy; come now, 413 S. Second st.
"l)llIVERWANTED-Goo.I bov to drive dellv-en-
wniron. Call 6 n. m. lWVt Wlitttler.
I WANTED A bright bey to make his mother
! happy by pnlntlng the lawn furniture with our
i laun seat colors.
TLATT &. THORNBURGH PAINT CO.."
KO Franklin ave.
lialforers.
FARM HANDS. ETC., WANTED-Farm hands,
gardeners, milkers, man for private place, black
smith for Iowa: steady work guaranteed. Koe
nls's Labor Agency. 612 Walnut st.
LABORERS
Da Kalb it.
WANTED-Laborers. Apply 280
LABORERS WANTED-Laborers. J1.73 dav:
eight hours' work: city and out of city. 123')
Ollie.
LABORERS WANTED Fifty laborers on street
work, on Lucas and Jefferson aies.; pay S1.S5.
E. Whelan.
LABORERS WANTED 65 station men to work
at Grand Tower. 111.; free pats. Apply Wnl. J.
Campbell, 1200 N. Third st.
LABORERS WANTED 100 laborers; 75 station
men; work In Illinois: free pass. Arply Wm
Catnpbell. IMP N. Third st.
LABORERS WANTED Italian laborers, sta
tion men; work In Illinois: free para. Arply
Wm. Campbell. 12tO N. Third;
LABORERS WANTED SO tockmen. teamsters
and shoielers; work in Illinois; free pass. Apply
wm. J. campbeii. ijjo i. intra si.
ibell. 1200 N. Ttjtn
VAN I'ED .' iur
3 per Jay: elg:t :
LAUOKERS WAN I'ED 20.' union sewer laoot
ers. J2.25 to J3 per Jay: elgSk houra; pay eiery
Saturday, best digging in city. 7S00 S. Broad-w-a.
Buehler-Cooney Construction Co.
MEN WANTED 100 men for sewer work on
Main st.. East St, Louis. Kill & Gaynord. con
tractors.
MEN WANTED Fifty men o work for Frisco
Company: work In Missouri: free pass. Apply to
day. J. Brady, 1220 N. Third st. Ship In the
morning.
ROCKMEN AND LOBOREHS WANTED-Phip
to-day: free pass. Burke. Levee- and Washington.
Miscellaneous.
DIFUWASFIER
East St. Iouls.
WANTED SO. N. Front Bt..
DISHWASHER WANTED A good man dl.h
w usher; good wages and room. Oill 20. N.
Eighth st.
FOREMAN WANTED Comr-tent man -who
can manage help and understands door and tin
nn nmchlnpi-y. K 115. Republic.
HOUSEMAN WANTED Ycunj. colo ed man,
sinKle. to da houfewoik. 3631 WaiMnton ae.
"" IIOSTLER WANTED A gooi hostler, 3ai La
clede ave.
"lIOSTLER WANTED-Sober German to attend
horse and make himself useful about house and
yard. 3723 Finney ave.
HOTEL houseman, $22: yardman. S25; hostl-r.
Kitchen man. J5, $e. J": saloon poitcr; steady.
2 milkers, J25, room and boeird; steady,
t'olored men, private places, col. porter.
2 order clerks, $9, $10 week start: store
assistant, office man. $30; light mfp. co.
6 handy laborers for factory, $1.75, $2 day.
R. It. news agent, through W. Cannon-ba!l
train.
5rocery clerk. $25, $3o, room and board: steady.
Delivery wagon drher, $23. $35, room and board.
First, second, third cook; city and country.
3 steamfltters and 4 plumbers; country: free
rns.
Heavy man, $22; bussboyu $23; farm hands $21.
Hostlers, $25. room and hoard: steady woik.
Third cook for dining car, $33 start.
Assistant Janitor. $35. $40; large bide
Handv office man. $40; stenographer, $30.
200 laiKjrers, teamsters; Ozark ..Its.; free pais.
100 laborers, HI., $1.73, $2; steady.
CO laborers, teamsters. Oklahoma; ship to-dav.
All work at represented by the oldes and
largest employment company in St. Lou s.
NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT CO..
113-115 N. Sixth at.
MAN AND WIFE WANTED ATable man
and wife without children; man must be goal
bedmaker, moj. sweep and rent rooms; wife must
be good cook. 201 N. Twelfth at,
MAN AND WIFE WANTED Agreeable man
and wife without children; man must b good
hedmaker. mop. sweep and rent rooms; wife must
be good cook. 201 N. Twelith st.
MAN WANTED Sober, active rran for light.
cWn and steady work; careful attention to d
talli N the onlv requirements; nine hours a day;
salary $8 per week. T 115, Republic.
MEN" WANTED Toung men to run on trains.
Van Noy N'eirvs Co., Zl& S. Elghtepnth sL
MEN WANTED Rrlght ycung men to run on
passenger trains; good wages; permanent posi
tion. 1230 OlUe.
MEN WANTED Young men to spII goods on
passenger trains. Apply at 25 S. Twentieth; op
posite Union Station.
"MEN WANTED Four men of grit to make
good mony: th2 only sensible plan known. 1719
S. Eroadnay.
MEN ANDBOYSWANTED Young men and
boys to ork in machine cooperage factory; good
wages, rteady employment. Tloneer CVwperage
Co.. 2212 DeKalb st.
MEN WANTED To leirn birber trade. We
guarantee graduate positions at top wags a'tcr
onlv two monthv experience w th m; two years
saved, toos donatei, wa ef paid Sturday-H. Call
or -write. Moler Earbar College. 1H1 Market st.
MILKER WANTED-Oood milker. Keyes Farra
and Dairy Co.. 3&?3 OlHe st.
MILKER WAKTED-r.ip'rleni-d milker and
man to work In garden, at tnce. Call at 813 Gar
ner ave.
OFFICE MAN 'WANTED General office man
and rorrespondent; no trirlers need apply. A 1H,
Republic.
PORTERS 'WANTED Two colored sa'oon por
ters; only ones of experience need arply. S. e.
cor. Sixth and Market, at 1 p. m.
TEAMS WANTFD-50 teams, with M-foot beds,
an Lucas and Jefferson aves. c. Whelan.
TIEMAKERS WANTED 600 tlemakers on the
Fort Smith ar.d Western Railroad; now under
construction from Fort Smith west; flrst-cla'i.
urcuMei timber: nrrtTt pavrnents Tinnthlv: He
t stomp: no commissary; ship to McCurtaln on
Fort SmKh and Western. For further Informa
tion address A. McLeod Co.. Neosho. Mo., or
ranther. I. T.
WANTED Man wholesale grocery house, 113.
Driver. 112: teamsters. 10: truck-rs, $11.
Men factories, machine shops. 11.75.
Ten young men learn trades. $9 start.
12 colored factory laborers, Jl.eS: steady.
Men wholesale warehouses. 31.75. S2.
Assts bartender. J10: grocery cle-k.
Men around restaurant. 37.50 week: cooks.
carpenters. 33.75: helpers, handy men. 31.73.
Laborers, teamsters ship all points; rass.
??i wa5hers. hostlers, gardeners. 323 up.
All Kinds city, country Jobs open.
PEERLESS EMPLOYMENT CO..
l 302 Chestnut si.
Gold Platimum
4" fr .bought and sold: we handle all pre
eJouj. metal- Rowan's. 202 N. Tenth st.. at
OUls. aio.
AGENTS AXD SALESMEN.
S-tleMiuen.
! BXIT-RIENCED tailoring traveling salesman
f.r teeral Elates. Apply, with references, to
Ridgely-Walker Co., 7l IMne t. St. Loula.
i SALESMEN WANTED Well-dressed, experi
enced man, J20 to $1) week'y. After ?, No. Iv, 33
Market.
SALESMAN' WANTED Saltpan to handle
lire of Inj, and ch Idrens c othlng. Addre.s I.
Henlason. -VO Rroadway, New Yok.
SALESMEN WANTED To Fell m:r gocd- to
gfn.ral store clothiers-, dtugglsts and grocers;
tine ?Ile llu--; big profit1?; liberal terms. Model
irg. !.. uepi Ji ouln uena, inu.
A;ut.
AC.ENTS WANTED "Martinique Flood of
Fne .ml Ilurnlng Rain; the greatest horror t,f
moilern times: rmmen-e sates; harvest for
a-nts: best terms; credit giren; freight raid:
nutfit fre-. r W. 7Aezvr & Co.. 21 Dearborn
st.. Chicago. I1L
Solicitor.-.
PROMOTER WANTED-To solicit additional
capital to increase tsublit-hed mannfa.turm?
buwir.ri-. A LI. ItepufcliC
SOLICITORS or agent.- v,ho deire to lncreni
their salaries. all at ronm 3. Rurlintrton bid;.
SOLICITORS WANTEP Two Insurance men;
tw u-jt-lts '.! n. reeien.e. Room1 232-3-t, .OS1"
l'.ne Call S:.w .-harp
SOLICITOR.- WA NTEDOn .-alar7 or comTnls
slon. fjr thy and country, to call un buamess
and prcfe-lonal men. U Lictede bulidlmr.
SllatrettMBvo-i-i.
LADIEH WANTKI-$t; to $12 week; steadv.
clean woik, experience unnecessary. Rrom 4'(4,
S21 ChPEtnut.
EMl'LUVMEM A;h:ClK.
ALL those desiring help or seeking situation
may register with the Free Emplo.rnent Bureau
of the State Labor Eureau of Siatlstlcs. .I31,
Chestnut b; situations and !:elp furnished free
of charge. Tel. Klnloch A 5S1.
11 ohm; 5 A.-VI) VinilCLKS.
"Wanted.
ATTENTION Th best Kalde In St. Iuis to
board your horse Is at the Union station Hoard
ing arid i.ile stable, laige. roomv utatlt, well
entllat--d; hore; called for and -liclUfred. Kin.
73C. Ka-.naugh & Godfrey, Nineteenth and
Market.
TO buy baddle horse, cheap, give place and
!un it can be &een. A. J. Seewoster, 4200 John
For Sale.
ALL kinds of vehicle and storm buies;
our own nakt; wjgons equipped ith Wutlch
puient r.d gat-. Uz N. ceventh st.
AT a Rcrgaln Jtubber-tlred storm buggy. ued
but once; i.radley coupling, cost 1225; will sell
lor 5I3. 3S13 Latlcde.
liiALTIFFL black mare, lady broke; good
Uze; also nice trap. 2.3- Pine fci.
UEAUTIFUL new stanhore runab;ut and har
r.fs: will sli cheap. 4721 C.tiage ae.
REAUTIFUL chtstnut sorrel. IS hands; lino
traveler; lady broke; also big mule, runabout ad
harness; must sell. 2730 Morgan.
EXPRESS wagcns;full line of bus'nesi -ragoris
at.d trucks, special work bull; to order. ale
Cab. Bierman Wagon Co., 3213 N. Broadway.
FURNITURE, grocery, express r.u m.ik wag
ons; all kind business wagons; nw and second
hand. Young & Co., 1423 N. Broadway.
GOOD team horses, dirt wagon and harness;
all together or separate; cheap; must sell. In
quire 1613 St. Charles st,
GOOD marc; also horse, storm buggy and har
ness, at your own price: family broke; young;
rnt to good party. 2722 Pine.
HANDSOME new steam automobile, at sacri
fice. X 113. Republic.
HIGH-CLASS chestnut scrrel hors-. 15 years
old, 15 hand high, driven by lady; rubber-tired
runabout; fine harnehs. 2642 Llndell boulevard.
HORSES 533 buys large mare; $30 good horse
Coal yard, 3.13 N. Ninth.
HORSE Beautiful black horse; been driven by
ladle. Can be fen at 3420 Llndell boulevard.
HORSE, storm buggy andv harness, $100; also
new runabout; horse; Laigain. Saloon , 2723
Franklin.
HORHES Team light delivery hor.es; city
broke. 5 and 6 years old; will sell separate; and
large work horse. $35. 2S.0 S. Broadway.
HORSES Heavy bay team, 7 and 8. front Jef
ferson County: cheap for $375; absolutely pound;
weight, 2.675 lbs.; call after 3- ,311 Chouteau.
LANDAU, good condition: a big bargain at
$200; time payments given if wanted. Call at
310 Elm st.
MATCH team small delivery horse ; two good
work horses; large draft horse, 1,550 lbs.. 6 years
old; reasonable. 3063 Madison st.
SPIDER At a bargain, slightly used modern
rubber-tired spider; best make. Apply 4103 Lin
den. STORM buggies, light advertising wagns.
truck, spring, stake wagons and all kinds top
and open delivery wagons. John Tchlnka, 140
N. Seventh st.
THREE s-ets carrUg harness; six tets buggy
harness ; four sets express harness: acondhand
and all kinds of new harness. U23 N. Broadway.
THREE head fine saddle-broke horses; young
and sound. 2U2 N. Channlng ave.
TWO fancy delivery and park wagons; two
runabouts: two secondhand storm buggies. J. M.
Selzer, 1523 N. Fourteenth st.
WAGONETTES, cither glaw e!de or curtains;
pallbearer coaches, denot wagons and hearses.
McCabe Bierman Wagon Co.. 3215 N Broadway.
$33 for family horse and nice cut-under surrey;
rubber-tired top buggy, $43; fine repair. Mrs H.,
2543 Page bouleam.
USI1NESS
WAGONS.
LARGEST LINE. LOWEST PRICES
Studebi-kers, 915-917 N. Broadway
Repairing and Repainting Fine Carriages.
We have all facilities. Your business solicited.
WRIGIiry. Washington ave., cor. 13th st.
SECONDHAND CARRIAGES.
Latge variety, in good order; must be sold.
WRIGHTS, Washington ave.. cor. 19th st.
RAPP & M0LLER CARRIAGE CO.
Builders of fln pleasure carriages of every de
scription. CJ18. 222 and 222S Tlno st.. St. Louis.
Mo. Special attention given to painting and re
pairing. Telephones; Main M.A and C 775.
WRIGHT'S CARRFAGESTEST.
The largest variety; best quality; moderate price.
Washington ave.. cor 19th st.
SURREYS, Traps,
Runabouts, Etc.
OUR LINE IS AGAIN COMPLETE.
SUid.b.ke". 915-917 N. Broadway
IIISCEXLAXT-OI'S WANTS.
ALT kfnda of machinery, blacksmith's tools,
carpenter tools and all other tools; highest price
raid. Slgiloft Bros.. 102 Frank In.
AQUAl'trnA FILTER v... otand SS-R7 Union
Market. Slith tt. side: phone Main 2426 M; rrac
tlcal and popular filter at a moderate prlcf.
CASH paid for scrap brass and copper. 219 S.
Twentieth. .
FEATHER beds and pillows, about 500: abso
lutely highest prices; hair and moss mattresses
for pillow purpose.i ihuspltal). foBt&I card. T.
J. Ryan. Station D.
I WANT to buy for special order, lot of old
feathers, furniture, etc.; hlchest cash price. Call
or write. J. Benslnger. 113 N. Twelfth st.
LADIES and gents to brine their straw hats
to Martin & Son; have them cleaned equal to
new. 9"3 Olive st.
TO buy a chain scale, at ence. 823 Chestnut.
Tel. Kin. B 1723.
P. Sec adhand. of all kind, boorht
sua sola an mr; jrur touiivi. unj.
, un sCKmann. main ana valentine.
SILVER, NICKEL,
Gold, brass and i opper nlatlnr. pollrttajr,
lacouerlnc and repai.ing of all kinds. Kin. St
B. S SAtlLLE. 415 N. Seventh at.
CPRID mnil Bone etc. Harer rartlllxet
abllAr IMUB, Junk Co.. IN N. Twelfta
at.. St. Louis. Mo. Eat. 1S Send for prices.
FARTXEIIS WATTED.
-ii-n ----------.- ' - - -i -nn,-, 1 1 .Li.
LADT or gentleman with 3150. for manufactur
ing toilet articles. W 116, Republic:
EDUCATIONAL.
KORGES SDanleh School. Entrance cio r'nmn
Ttust Building Classes formed at any time: send
for circular; translations solicited.
c! MONGE. former Spanish teacher at Berlin
School of Languages, will give a free trial les
son: low tuition. 013 Holland building.
ELOCUTION Professor Clarke. 610 Unioi
Trust building: quick method; saves time; sates
money. Call or send for circulars.
FACIAL massaging, face bleaching taught:
Tuesdays. Mme. Stanley. 3027 Laclede ave.
SHORTHAND. Touch Typewriting day.. ladles
three months. 325: four months. J30: niche, la
dies and gentlemen. 35. Mrs. Barnes. 3M1 Olive.
VACATION" Classes A lady well versed In
teaching French desires pupils; term very rea
sonable. P 117. Republic.
TYPEWRITERS.
For Sale.
Tnn.rLTjLnjnn.n --
REMINGTON No. 6 typewriter. 350; Smith No.
2. 350; Oliver. 340; lowest rentals and repairs St.
Louis Typewriter Exchange, Chemical building.
JI talesnones.
PERSONAL.
Fifteen Cents Per Lin.
ALL nrlvate diseases a sDectaltv at the Pranto
Iln Avenue Free D.gpn.ary. 1214 Franklin av,
CONFIN'E'MBN'TS J10; tralnel nur-lns: eleffanl
accf-mmodatJons; free homes for Infants If "!e
frlred: ladls treated for J3; treatment KUarantee!;
rsu!ator 51 only; private, reliable, seclujed. U
rented home, whre jou art well treated and youl
care Ruaranteed; private diseases a specialty.
Dr. Annie Xewland, 3C3 Olive at.
CX)NF1NEMENTS free; homes found for Infanta
If oeslred: consultation and trial treatment free;
tak part pay in work if dtlred; private, se
cluded, licensed hom- whre you gret ycu- cisi
(Tunranteed before pnyment; ladles, try my regu
lator; treats irregularities: board, tt per wcelcj
all mall promptly answered: patient met at boat
or station In my vehicle. Mrs. Dr. Mu phy. ZIX
and Cl5 Olii e st. : phone Klnloch C 31.
POrron MERW1X. 2233 Olive at., treats aU
ladle troubler.
DH. DENNIS, resular licenced phs!cln. fu--cet;nv
treat. all female troubles; foiaranteoa
results: also confinements; prrfert 5ecluion la
my private home; con. free. 2533 Washington ae.
DOCTOnTpPENCnR. chiropodist, late of TCen
Ison's. is novr located at 715 Locust st., KokPD
bullillr. r
"ifOMR SANITARTUM-neijable. skillful nn 1
raln!e! treatment for female troubles: no ore a
tlon. pain or danpr, 6 ears succeful e-jcpTi-enee;
pi-iCert secrecy for cenfinements; lrdv and
Kentleman physirinns. rxcellent accommodations;
only private, reliable. Incorporated ho-ne; Infants
adopted; lowest terms. Office, 30) Iocust st.
IADIES My reputatcr never fall: one com
plete treatment free. Mrs. E. Ptnrr. 2923 Franklin.
IADIES! I pnltlvely puarantee mv Never
FalMnfr ERGO-KOLO Compound to safely rellv
th- ionaept. most obstinate ra- rf delayed
"Monthly Sl'kneV In THREE to FIVE Jiyi
without harm, pain or interference with work
Only St.50: double treneth. J2. Dr. PoutMne-ron
Rmcdy Co.. lock Rot 712. Kansas City. Mo.
MIDWIFE Receives during conflnem-nt: Tiomi
for infants; ladles In trouMe. call. 2SIS Lafayette.
MRS. BRIDGES Ladles' Doctor Hour 5 to
2. 100 N I-wing ave.; Tel. Klnlcch C 1664.
ilr. Drs. Murphy's Regulator tt: Gollen Fei
7c; treats ladies tU no cure, no par. 2125 OH'.e.
MRS DR IIOGAN receives before and dnrln
confinement: infants adopted If d.slred; lad'es In
trouble, call or write; term reasonable; consul
tation free. 2213 O'lve t.. St. Loul.
MRS HOT-iON Tadie private home during
confinement: absolute privacy and rafety as
rurfd. elpant accommodati' ns; trained nurse;;
motherly care and rpular pnytcian. si tif action
Euaranted. infants adopted. -iVlIId attention at
lowest terms. Call or write. 2201 Olive.
GOLDEN SEAL FEMALE REGULATOR
Relieves In three hour; Beware of ub.tltut--;
none penulne without s'gnoture cf Catu'.a Med.
Co. Price. $1.00. 2S23 OlUe st.
DEIlMATOLOfiT.
FalHnhatr.dondni-I I
HAIR
KUUi..lilH--.ipapCCU
tiy curea.
Call or write
JOHN H. WOODBURY D.I.,
Mermod-Jacear-. Bldff.. SUJLaaife j
3IEDICMS CLAinVOVANTS.
Fifteen Cents Per Li
MKDL COOTS, greatest fortune teller In the.
world: brings separated together; gives good
luck In horse racing 13 Franklin.
MEDICAT-
1ADIZS! Use Chichester-j English Pennyroyjl Piltj.
Bet! darot! O.Ir UeU.kle: T.k. .. .ther.
Jlay .rj.nr Dnggut. ..' t.sl 4c itaap. for Mr
Bl id fcKelurrorL.liM." 1. letter by return m J.
CUe-cster Cke deal C , l"kl id, 1"
HO.SEMOtJ) OOODI.
Wanted.
ABSOLUTELT hlgheit cash price) paid for sec
ondhand furniture, carpet?, ptoses and featheral
send postal. 113 N. Twellth at; Joe Uerlccer.
ALL kinds of furniture, atoves, carpet?, eta.
Dig or little lots; good orice paid. L. Jaeger,
-K3 Franklin ave.
ALL kinds of household (roods bought; entire
contents of houses wanted; full olue paid. Jones
Co.. 11 Olive St.; Main C 742.
ALL kinds furniture, pianos, carpet, contents
of houses. Bats, stores, bought; blithest price paid.
w olft". Z6tj Park ave. Phone C 4 ; Slain 15S0M.
ALL kinds furniture, manos, carpets, contents
houses, stores, bought: highest prices paid. J. G.
Woempner. Ml Cass; phone D 1117; call or write.
CARTEIt gives more cash for furniture, car
pets, pianos and household goods of any kind
than any other dealer. "-87 3. Jefferson ave.
FBATHEH beds; realize full value; obtain hon
est dealings; deal with honorable- dealers; postal
card. Globe Pillow Co., 3M1 S. Broadway.
OLD feathers; will pay 33 cents per pound;
send postal, s. Batavla, 116 N. Ninth.
SECONDHAND furniture, stoves, etc. large or
mall lots, bought at residence or store; good
price given by Gibson. 2219 Wash it.
WANTED Three old feather beds; own ue7
at once: market price. J. "V. Spears, 413 Z Fin
ney ave.
For Sale.
A LI. pictures, frames, at a sacrifice; few days
only; pictures enlarged: satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. 607 Franklin ave., Lydllc
Art Company.
AQUAPURA Filter Co.. stand ?6-S7TJnlon Mar
ket, Sixth street side: phone Main 2126M; prac
tical and popular filter at a moderate cost.
RIG lot of household eoods; will be sold cheap
for cash. 4207A East on ave.
FEATHERS Send fcr M. Speelman. 2525 Ollv-a
st.. If you want to get highest values and honest
weight. Send postal.
FOLDING bed, dresser; as goot as new: cheap.
703 y Eleventh gt.
NEW furniture, misfit new. etc.; big saving
for cash: time irlven if desired. New York Stor
ajce Company. 121. Wash st.
OAK .Ideboard and child's Iron bed; reason
able. Call at ence; party is leaving city. 42A
Cock ave.
OLD-FASHIONED bedroom set: solid roe
wood; also rosewood whatnot, cheap. SOI N.
Fourteenth.
OLD style mahogany and rosewood furniture;
sideboard (claw feet), dining- chairs (fiddle tacks),
paintings, curios. Gay, S021 S. Rroadnay.
"UPRIGHT folding beds. $10. 112; sewing ma
chine J12: cheap ice box; squire piano, t-rst
J450. fell $73. F. H. Fortman Storage Co., ls0
Cass.
$23 worth of furniture, carpets and rugs, stoves
and range, ice boxe and refrigerators, gas and
Caroline stoves, baby buggies and go-carts: IT
down, $1 per week. Finn's. 717-713 Franklin ave.
CHANDELIERS
Immense stock at retail.
Below cot.
Closing out our
HELLE-HICKEY MFG. CO.. 801 Lucaa ave.
GOLD, SILVER ASO SICKEL PLATIXG.
DOWNING replates and repairs silverware;
gold plates watches. Jewelry: good work: cash for
old gold, silver, platinum. 208 N. Seventh st. ,
GOLD and sliver plating in all branches; cash
for old gold and silver: rine gold for sale. See
kamp & Krause. 12H Pine st.
MACHINERY WASTED.
rj"j"urLrLi"i.i"i "i" """ '" y- V ij n
"WANTED Second-hand engine and boiler. In
good condition. Y 115, Republlc
MACHINI-RY FOIt SALE.
ELECTRIC motors rnd dynamos to rent: 1 t
63 horn, power Rose Electric. 204 8. Third at.
OA3 engine, nearly new; 13-h.p.; Dilon.
Geo. A. Rubelmann Hardware Co.. 905 N. Sixth.
MUST sell quick: leave town; 60 and 40 h.-p.
boiler and engine; $375. 114. Republic
SMOKESTACKS Lot Id to 35 Inches; necond
hand Phcetlron smokestacks; also upright boilers,
almost new. Ryan Eros.. 810 N. Levee.
Gasoline and Steam Engines,
Boilers, steam pumps, steam, gas and water sup
plies, M.wm.11 machinery. beltli.e, hose. etc.
FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO.. St. Louis.
DUSIEs WANTED.
.SS.'
AQUAPURA FILTER CO. Hand. S5.ST Union
Market. Sixth st. side: phone Main 242S M: prac
tical and popular Alter at a moderate cost.
HELLO. H 1433 We buy rags. iron, copper.
zinc. lead, sheet in n and wire rope. II. Nelson
- Sons. 2S1S-S N. Ninth St.
WOOD turning of all descriptions: sportlnc
goods a specialty. Emll Granberg. Sixteenth and
Market: Star Planing Mill.
YOU can dump your dirt, ashes and cinders at
St. Louis Cotton Compress, between ftutger and
Miller, on Levee. Columbia Wrecking Company.
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BIITCIITC Obtained. Hlgdon & Longan.
I'M I EH I 9 Patent Law Exclusively.
Rooms 605-?-f- Union Trust Building.
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BICYCLES.
For Sale.
uli'ii'i nm'"ee . -..ui...,.,.,!
ANPREA FlfTCLES They never disappoint.
Morgan i, Harding, agente. SS3 Olive: bicycle,
automoblle'-cnd tire repairing. Llndell 111 4 A.
CHEAP: four bicycles.
3423 Locust St.
LADVS wheel: In good order, cheap. 136J
Union ave.
OLD CLOTH ISO BOUGHT.
ALL kinds of cast-off clothing wanted: high
est priced: pay more than anyone: mail orders
promptly attended to. 8. Gordon. 717 N. Eighth.
HIGHEST cash price paid for ladles" and "-"
tlemen's cast-oft clothing: call or send postal.
Mrs. J. Miller. 07 Walnut. Kin. A 115: no branch.
JOU. GELRER can nse any amount of gentle
men a clothing; pay twice as much as anybody
tecause need thern badly. Send postal. M Carr.
OPTICIAX-.
we.ww.WAee..eM.ww.Mw.seMli
GOLD spectacles. 13.60 op: complicate, cam ft
Pelty; finest equipped, testing parlor la cT."
at. cula Optical Oomnanr. 70 Locust at.
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