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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1902.
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES
AND DEATHS.
nncoiu) of mirriis.
John and M. Ilohmann, sill South Broadway;
boy.
a. W. and J. Schalch. E373A Easton; girl.
J. C and M. Glrard. SIS Brantner: girl.
Joseph and P. Tlomolka. 3157 Portls; girl.
Mr. and Mrs. I.enn. 1-.6 North Tenth: toy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilunn. 126 North Tenth: boy.
Joseph and A. Borrman. 306 West Stein: girl.
John and D. Russell. 2815 South Broadway;
bey
Charles and K. Kramer- S123 Pennsylvania;
girt
W and M. Klott 2630 Robert: boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lange. 1236 North Tenth; boy.
Frank and N. Kdcrum, 7S27 Minnesota; girl.
A. and A. Nareski. 216 West stln: boy.
1'er.ry and J. Matt. T;u South Ninth: girt.
J. and L. Rick. 310 Wet Courtols: girl.
M. and A. Schlllnski. 7S2S Water: girl.
L. and K. Ljoz. 7827 O'Reilly; boy.
Mr and Mrs Smith. 1236 North Tenth; girl.
John and L. Manley. fc301 Water; girl.
Edwin J and M. K. Ililler, IKS Lafavette; bov.
Charles and K. Reinhardt 133 Shenandoah:
boy
J. B. and A. Sanders, 310O Magnolia; clrl.
Henry and M. Miller, Mil Siuth Second: Klrl.
Joseph and A. Kndrlck. 1241 South Third: boy.
L. and D. Fcatherbaum, Ml North Eishth:
w". M. and B. Anderson. 2TC3 North Ninth;
girt.
Albert and A. Krncht. :7a South Tenth; boy.
Temple and E. Havener, 2714 South Seventh;
boy.
W. C and T. A. Tettenhcrst 1422A Penroe;
.ir. and Mrs. Jones. 3743 Marine; clrl.
TV and SI. Seiffert 352S Soutn S.-cond; girl.
Jol-n and T. Edwards. 3613 Cozens: Klrl.
a. and E. BuEchmann. 1700 North Broadway;
Joseph and S. Flelg. 43J2'4 Easton: girl.
John and I. M. Ichr. 2330A Ronton: boy.
3. J. and M. A. Neu, 2021 Riddle; boy
Henry end A. Kettler. S22G Morgan Ford: boy.
Frank and E. Schnorlbus: hoy.
John and SI. Oberts. (315 Pennsylvania; boy.
J. O. and M. Albrecht C81 South Broadway:
T and L. Mrt-s. 24M Siuth Second: Ctrl.
MAHItlAGE LICENSES.
John Clemens
Bertha M Selbcrt .. .
Patrick J. Cleary
Jdamle Duffy
Edward F Mleger
Ida Meyer
Coral L. McFarland ...
Ada F. Feehan
William J. Henry
Edna B. Englleh
TVllliam II. Gre'n
Mrs. Ella C. Nelson ...
Fern Williams
Mary Lewis
Joseph I Etter
Man M. Schwartz ....
SI! Al'en
Fayettevllle II
, 21C3 O'Fal'cn
1537 Hdile
1344 South Broadway
317 Lafavelte
, 43C3 West Belle
, 270 Arlltigloi
451 Shiw
4319 McRia
Kewane Ill
Kevvane., 1.1
3.VT2 Bmtrl
3332 Bcrnarl
..1243 South Thirt. en-h
3sl4 Texas
. IMS North High
Benjamin M. Moses .,
Josephine. SI. Kramer
12(j8 North High
Kaxmless SIrochkokl ..
...Ashley anil COI. ins
..Ashley and Colllis
fruru8iawa uorgie.FKa .
Joseph Wlnlger
Emily Nicholson .
Julian SI. Day
Grace. E. Mlctey
John I. Doyle
Mary E. Gallagher ....
Fred L. Rademacher .
JJxzi Hanrahan
Fleming R. Oros
Slary SI. Fltzsimmons
John P. Crawford
Mrs. Bridget Powers ..
Aaron Kelly
Mrs. Lucy James
5111 Klein
,...2216 North Eleventh
261) Gejer
Blggnllle. HI
1377 Hcd.anv.nt
3167 Sneridan
1817 Franklin
....334 North Broadway
STS Vista
331 VlsU
r7 South Third
la; STjth Third
170? Chestnut
. 170C Chestnut
Wcddlnc Itinera (Solid Onld),
Finest qualities, $3 to I2u. Merinod & Jac
card'a. Broadway and Locust.
IlLIUAI. PERTIITS.
Mar Amram. 26 years. 1501 South Broadway;
phthisis.
Fehllg, 1 day. 193S Chcrokre; con vlab!e.
Jamas N. Neeley. 33 years, 3515 Cozens; tu-
mnzuitmis.
Margaret Lyng, 61 years. 2209 Hebert: senility.
Twenty-third: remittent fever.
Merer Wnauer. 4 veara. 714 North Twelfth:
nephritis.
Frank Ahrens. S months. 1314 South Thirteenth:
congestion of brain.
i3.Ua Herman. Z, Yearn. 1L3G Panln: hpnatltl-
MatUo illddleton. 45 years, 1611 linden; heart
51sease.
Mary Bteube, Z years, 22S1 Knapp; tenticae
mla. Henrietta Brandt, 75 years, nc$ North Tour
teenth; C right's disease.
James Conway, CO years, 2C24 Whlttler: bron
chitis. Margaret ilonlnger, 74 years, J20S Charless;
hemiplegia,
Harry Wright, 3 months, 2S23 LaTrton; Inani
tion. Iorothea Lambrecht, CS -ears, 1817 South
Twelfth; fatty degeneration of hearti
-orrnac ami in.
4 months, Femal Hospital;
inanuion
Ellen Williams. 2S veara. TVmniA T?orifs.-
abecesa. "
Thocnas Nehrlng; 23 years, 1411 South Second;
pneumonia.
NEW CORPORATIONS.
MISSOURI.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Jefferson City, JIo.. June IS. Secretary cf
Buue Sam U. Cook to-day Issued certificates of
Inccip ., ir.e tollowlns companies;
Plttsbure Vitrified Paving and Uuilainc Urick
company of Kansas City; capital, sii.oio all
paid.Incorporators-ISobert Nexih. J. 11. lilch
ards. DavlS D, HoaS and otheis.
Self Helper Puolisuir.K and Educational Com
pany of bt. Loula: capital. W.0UU. one-ha.f paid.
lncorporators-Kreaerlck A. riorne. Lee A. at
Lean and Eldon lloran.
. , 5?t3i County Lumper and Mlnlne Company
of St. Loula; capital. ;5.0oa. all paid. IiTcSjra-tSK-?"!!1?,
B- Tolli- Jobathen W. gVjb?-.
Wlllard p. Heath and others. "wsr-.
Cherry Valley catUe Company of Kans'a
City; capital . K9.0H), all paid. Incorpo.ttors
Oiarle. IL Bill. Adolph Bttllncer. Slugh T.
Voods and Bmanuel EtfllnBer. "" x.
amS J-'uor Company cf St. Louis; capital.
S3.000. all paid. Incorporators Edward Scnlwltz
Am JVetdlneer and Charles El Haunauer.
l?.8oJ0li?w"'Bi.?mpaP'M aUd statements of
Increase of capital stock:
ILLINOIS.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Springfield, m June IS. Certificates of lnene-ISSetl0a5,foef,eow.,-U,!d
t-d"y by 'retaVof'SSte-
A Odfalfn01: .nde'ef
Incorporators-Davld B. Nichols. Frid s Vn?'
lett and Charles R. Lackmore. - Xot
,.?.k .4S?.rican POiKe Company. Chlca
to: capital. J5.O00: manufacturing and mercari-
Md T!nMr&rVyB"L- U C"rtlS' W.lT Glbb.
.'l,?o?t-,'Lo?1' House Furnishing- Com-SJSJ-
f1 .St- Lmi"i eP'. JW.00O- hoSs. fur
rtlshlnc business. Incorporators-S. 6. Kej-s D
BKeys and Mary L. lieyn. ' "
MTES;n"uVac!uJr? ofwearfnpf. Tnc'o
Kn"JTI?o,ren?ana " " M" Col "a
T?.' . 1Yrirt.?rn Aquarama Company. Chlcajro
l&J?AiCpgnilre tIflcM ot rauent:
Incorporators N. H. Hanchette, O. B. McBean
anu a. j. j. Aicoean.
The A. IT. Hill Lumber Company. Wenona
"PIU1. I20.000: dealing; In bultdlnmaterlals coll
and feed. Incorporaton A. IL Hill. C E. Green
lee and T. O. Anthony.
The Symposium Club. Chicago: social In-garators-WllUam
T. Bird, O. Oleson and C
fcorpora'tloni Increased their capital stock as
follows: Edmond-SIetzel Manuf acturlnir Com
pany. Chicago, from S10.000 to W0.100; Pekln Trot
tlnjc Aesoelatlon, Pekln. from l,m to 12.00Q:
Sca-ndla Fish Company. Chlcaco, from r23,0C0 to
fcO.Ooo; the Aurora Gas Llrht Company, from
JJ00.000 to JWO.000; the Central School Supply
. Company. Chlcairo. from rs.CO0 to J150.O00; Ben
olck & Burnham Brass and Corper Company.
Chlcaso. from JlM.000 to JIM.OOO; hevlew Print
Ins and Stationery company, Chlcairo. from Jio.
COO to $25,000: Reeves Taylor Company. Chl
caco. from J10.O0O to tr.COi.
STOCKHOLDErtS' 5IEETIXGS.
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THE Mechanics' National Bank of St Lnola.
Bt Louis. June 10. 1302. Notice Is hereby given
that -a meeting of the stockholders of this bank
will be held at the banklng.house. soutbeaet cor
ner of Fourth and Pine sts.. St Louis, Mo., on
the. iCth day of June. 1902. between the hours cf
ia a. m. and 12 m.. for the purpose of voting
upon a proposition to Increase the capital stock
f the bank In the sum of 11.000.000. makinr the
total capital S2.000.000.
C. O. AUSTIN. Cashier.
EXCHANGE AJiD BARTER.
i i .
UNITED STATES natent for furniture tr imm.
lncrhouse. Address Bennett 2S37 Morgan st
MISCELLANEOUS goods: lands and lota: pay
ing business; Investigate. What have youT Alt
oilers considered. ' 810 Madison st
LOST AXD FOUXIJ. "
fcs......
HOUSE Lost, one sorrel horse, with large
blaze face: 7 years old; 16 hands high. Return
to C- A. Bruemlene & Son. 2239 Gravels ave..
and receive reward
CERTIFICATE Lost certificate No. 11.465. for
tXt). due June 5. 1802, at German-American
"Bank. I hereby give notice to the public not tn
negotiate or purchase said certificate, the same
never having been Indorsed by me or has value
received for same. C. J. Roemer. 4845 Delmar.
WATCH Lost, silver watch, between Llndell
Laclede;- Initial ''L. D.": gold fob. with diamond.
Return to 4363 Laclede; liberal reward.
srriJATioxs waxted female.
CIItaSTlAN lady will take charge of n in
V1M gentleman's home or a young lady going
abroad: people of means only need spp.y; has
studied medicine: practical nurse. K 20L Re
public COOK Situation a cook.
pq. Pleasant at
, COOK Situation by arsUclaas cook! beet ref
ertncey, 1234 N. Fourteenth st
COOK WANTED A plain cook and girl for
Boardlng-hoaae. 2022 N. Broadway.
COOK Situation to cook In prlvata family or
boarttlnc-house. call 7a N. Jefferaon.
STOVE REPAIRS.
,JL a. BRAUER, S1S-3U N. THDZD ST.
STEAMSHIPS.
TtnVOt.T:i.TT T.,-ln V1I S.
S. Co.. Occidental and Oriental R. 59 On. and
. Oriental S. s. Co. From San Francisco. Hong
J Kong Maru. June 28; China. July S; Doric. July
iw. ror passage anu iretgnt rates. reserva uons.
?assage orders and Information apply to L. E.
ownsley. Agent, 431 Olive St.. St Louis. Mo.
SITU.VTIO.NS WANTED FEJ1ALC.
HOL'ETSGIRL Situation by a colored eirl to do
light housework. 1717 Lucas ave.
HOUSEKEEPER Situation a housekeeper by
lady for old couple or gentlemen: good managtr
and nice furniture; can be useful If necessar,-;
pest ox references. 62T3 Sllnerva ave.
LAUNDRESS-Situationby a first-class col
ored laundress, to take home. 4313ti Coziens.
LAUNDRESS Situation wanted by a colored
laundress to ro out by the day. Thursday and
Friday. Call at 2641 Lucas ave.
NURSEGIRI-GIrl of 16 wants a position to
take care of children. Call Lang. 3703 Locust st.
"NURSE Situation by Rood, reliable nurtejMrl:
good references. Content. Twt nt y-second and
Slorgan.
NURSE Situation bv a German girl. 19. a
nursn or walking child; willing to travel or
housework; 113. Address 2C66 Plow st.
"SEAMSTRESS Children's or plain sewing, or
will go out by the day. 30J6 Franklin ave.
SEWING Situation by a yotine- lady In pri
vate family for plain sewing. S3 N. Nineteenth.
SITITATioN-C.Irl of 16 wishes situation for
board and clothes. 2109 N. Thirteenth st.
STENOGRAPHER Wishes position; will work
for small salary to commence. R 195. Republic.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
BOOKKEEPER Will pay W for steady posi
tion: twenty eais experience, bookkeeping and
office work; no bad habits; no bad habits. A 10,
Republic.
COLI.ECTOR-Posltlon as collector; bond or
cash security. W. J. O.. 913 Warren
COLLECTOR" Position as collector: will do
other work when not collecting; bond or cash
security. W. J. O.. 913 Warren.
COIJ.15CTOR Situation by young man. 29
years old. as collector or to do oftlce work: ex
perienced: can gUc bond and best of references.
Address or call 1043 N. Lefflngwell ave.
COOK Situation by chief cook for restaurant:
experience in management of kitchen in all
branches: city reference. W. I. U.. 802 S. Seventh.
DRUG CLERK Position as drug clerk; five
and one-half years' experience; references. P S,
Republic.
EMPLOVMENT Intelligent. neat, trusty.
Christian man. 55 jears old. desires light, re
munerative employment; tend any light busi
ness part or entire time. Box 73L
SIGN writer desires situation with wholesal"
house or department store (inside work); willing
to make himself generally useful. 2505 N. Grand.
m$ffittti?i4M(
Board of Education bulldlr.r, m Locuit !.. con
tinues tbrouch the summer without chance la
rcuUr programme; IndlvldusJ Instruction;
twenty-cn years' xnerlenc. Catalcgu re
IlCIiP AVATED FE31ALB.
Nnries.
XT7I1SB WANTED Tounc girl to cara for
children at 5211 Maple ave.
Na'nSEGtRUWANCDEx.icnt nuTMglrl
to assist with llpht housework; Germ tin pre
fcrrcxl. 493? Wat-hlngton ave.
NITRSHGIRL. WANTED German nursesirl;
rpeaks German and English well; 20 to 39 ear
oxd; asist In hcuaeTvork; pood place for right
party. Mrs. Lemp. Jr., 33U S. Thirteenth st.
The Trade.
GIRLS WANTED To pick perans; S cents;
etcadr wcrk; cood par. R. E. Funsteu & Co..
3i)0 N Commerrtal st.. corner 01!r.
OPERATOBS WANTED Suspender operators,
experienced on "Wheeler & Wilson power ma
chines; steady work, rood pay. Hurst Zucker
Neckware Co., 702-704 Washington ave., dt
OPERATORS" WANTED Fourbuttonhole ma
chlne operators: two on Standard and two on
Sincer machines: four ODerators on detached
collars and cuffs; experienced operators puttlnjr
on wrlstbinds; four experienced front makers.
Ferguson-McKlnney Shirt Factory, iocs Lucas
ave., third floor.
"SKIRTJIAKERS WANTED Experienced sklrt
makers; steady work; good pay. 817 Franklin.
VAMPER WANTED Vamper on two
needle Singer machine; men's heavy -work.
Hound City Boot and Shoe Co.. 1537 S. Elghtn st.
Laundrenes.
I-AFNDRESS WANTED Woman to wash.
2003 Franklin ave.
LAUNDRESS WANTED Good, steady latm
dress for small family washlnr. 4721 Cottage.
LAUNDRY GIRLS WANTEDMangle girls.
one body troner. one experienced marker and
sorter. Westminster Laundry. 4117 Olive st.
STARCHER WANTED One good atarcher on
new work: good wages. Ferguson-McKlnney
Laundry. 10C9 Lucas ave.
Wnltresaesj.
DINING-ItOOM
Market st.
GIRL For restaurant. 2123
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED Apply 1515 N.
Taylor nve.
DINING-ROOM GIRL For private boarding
house. 2559 Pino Et.
CINING-BOOM GIRL WANTED $3 per week:
free Sunday afternoon. 1437 N. Broadway.
DINING-ROOM GIRLS WANTED Two dining-room
girls. Twin Restaurant, 3323 Olive st.
"LINING-ROOM GIRLS WANTED---TWO good
Fills for dining-room work and dishwashing; ap
ply at once. GG33 Manchester ave.
WAITRFSS WANTEDSoutheart corner Ninth
and Morgan sts.
WAITRESS WANTED J5 per week,
rccm. 205 N. Ninth st.
Cooks.
COOK WANTED Pastry cook. 1015 Olive;
per week.
COOK WANTED Woman cock for restaurant.
109 N. Ninth st.
COOK WANTED A cook at STS Laclede are.:
good wages paid.
COOK WANTED A good cook with references.
Apply 3S21 Pine st
COOK WANTED An experienced cook for
restaurant. 517 St. Charles st.
COOK WANTED Steady colored woman for
kitchen work; good home to suitable person. 1631
Locust.
COOK WANTED A middle-aged woman for
cock and a clrl about 14 to wait on table. 4272
Cook ave.
COOK WANTED Good cook for kitchen and
pantry; keep bouseboy; good wages. &J24 West
minster. COOK. ETC. WANTED-Glrl to cook, wash
and Iron. Call at Convent Twenty-second and
Morgan.
COOK WANTED Girl for general hourework:
small family: must be good cook; highest wages.
5670 Cabannq ave.
COOK Situation by experienced cook, working;
housekeeper, with girl 7 years old: good family;
references; city or suburbs. 2808 Morgan st
XlouscUeepers.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-Housekeeper for
private family. 2S00 Washington ave.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Working house
keeper for rooming-house: good wages. 404 N.
Eleventh st
Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
CORDERS AND TUCKERS WANTED-Expe-rlenced
corders and tuckers on ladles' shirt
waists: steady work. Isaacs & Rubenstaln. "03
Lucas aye.
GIRLS WANTED Two neat girl to assist
dressmaker; steady. Call room 404 Emllle build
ing. 904 Oliver at
MACHINE AND HAND GIRLS WANTED-On
pants. 2713 Chippewa st.
SEAMSTRESS WAITED Experienced girl to
aew awnings. F. R. Landman. 112S S. Broadway.
SEAMSTRESS, ETC.. WANTED Toung wom
an to do sewing In store and make herself use
ful otherwise. lllO N. Taylor ave.
SKIRTMAKERS. ETC.. WANTED Skirt and
walet makers. 2741 Olive.
"SKIRTMAKERS WANTED-Experlenced sklrt
makers: aJpo girls to learn. St, Louis Corset
Company, Nineteenth and Morgan, sts.
WAIST AND SKIRT MAKER WANTEDAt
once. Mme. Hunt singer. 4255 Finney.
WAISTMAKERS WANTED Experienced
walstmakers; also learners: will pay nhlle learn
ing; steady work. Isaac & Rubensteln. 703 Lucas
ave.
Stenograph era.
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GERTRUDE HARTSOCK. expsrt teaeher ahort
hand, touch typewriting: special rates for sum
mer, 4 months. 139: 1 month. S19. 710-71 Hol
land bldff-
. SnORTHAND. typewrltlnc-trTummerT M0:
heelnnlnc class: call to-day. Thirty-am and
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Tounc man or
boy as stenographer and office assistant Apply
by letter oiUr. Planing Mill. Sll Monroa st
STENOGRAPHERS. WANTED Competent
lady stenographers; lumber. SM; atenorraphers
and bookkeepers 5). Jto, J30: ja to ISO vacancies
dally. Leigh Bros.. 1025 Century.
RUB! GAM SHORTHAND COLLEGE
Union Trust hulldlnr andUOJ N. Grand ara.
gxcluslyeiy for Tromen. Individual Instruction.
Ilonaeirorlc
JU?U!5GtSL' w-MTE-airl for general hou
work. S701 Finney.
JS9US.EQ1?,J 'WANTED-Olrl for reneral house
work. 29SS Eads ar.
iS"8,01?11 WANTED-Glrl for general house
jrorlc. Sj05 Lemp Ave.
. HOUSDQIRl, WANTED-Glrl
housework. MCI DsJmar.
geaerml 1
nEI.P AVAXTCD FE3IALE.
iaMiSpiM"
IIOESEGIRI. WANTED Girl for general
hnii4in-nrk. 4"irJ MntTBn.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl
housework. 4340 Etans ave.
to do general
HOrSEGIRL WANTBn-GIrl at once, to do
general housework. W2S Delrr.ar.
HOfSEUIRL TVANTED-Oord girl for general !
housework. 3525 N. Grapd ave.
HOFSEgFrL WANTED Girl to do general j
housework. Apply 1316 Blddle.
"llOFSEOIRLTVANTErwiTrl for general houe- j
work In small family. 4;3S Ielm-r.
HOrSiEOIRL WANTED Girl to assist with
general housework. 432i Cook ave. !
HOUSEGIRL "WANTED Good drl for "general ;
housework. Call at 40S7 Gibson ac.
HOUSEGIRL TVANTED Tl.lv German girl for J
general housework at 3616 Finney ave.
HOfSKGIRI. TVANTED-Good girl for general .
'housework. 4216 Maffltt; no washing. ,
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house-
work: small tamuy. iisa -Morrison ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Clrl f.T general house
work. three In family. 1203 Gratlan st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work. 4 N. Jefferson a'e . dry goods More.
ITniJt.ntTH. V IVTI'tl liirl fr. PMivral t.n.iPk..
work or to assist with housework. 4423 ruge.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTEDl-Gh-l for general
housework; nocooklng; good wages. 1519 Carr.
HOUSEGIRL WANTEDWhite girl for Kneral
nouseworK: two in tamuy. i. ?i. vamieemer.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Whlte girl In family
of two: general housework. 516SA Falrmount ave.
HOUSlMIRl7VANTED-Glrl for general house
work; no washing or Ironing. 4133 Laclede ae.
HOUSEGIRL TVANTED-Arlr! to do general
housework: no laurdry. 3.41 Westminster place.
HOUSEGIRL TVANTED Girl for
housework. 26C3 Arkansas; one block
Grand.
general
east of
HOUSEGIRL TVANTED Girl to assist with
housework- no washing; good wages. Apply 41H3
West Belle.
IIOUSBGini. WANTED-Colored girl for cen
eral homework; email family; good wages. 47liA
v;uok ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young clrl for gen
eral housework. Call at Convent. Twenty-second
and Morgan.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl about 18 to as
slst with general housework; no washing. IK5
Morrison ave.
HOrSEGIRL WANTED A half-crown girl for
light housework; good home; small family. 5105
Falrrrount ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Experienced house
glrl; no washing cr Ironing; references re
qulred. 3121 Washington.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Colored girl for gfn-
era! housework; small family; good home; bring
reference. 2724 Sheridan ave.
HOUSFGIHL WANTED-Experlenced hou;-
girl to assist -with light housework; German
preferred. 4937 Washington are.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED ToungglrI nbout15
years old to nssist In housework: no washing or
Ironing; good home. 2420 Dickson.
HOUSTGIRL WANTED Competent girl for
general housework: llrt-class wages; take Su
burban Park car. 5037 Falrmount ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house"
work; experienced cook: no wahing. Ironing;
bring references. Arply 1215 N. Grand ave.
" HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIr! for generafhouse
work In the country; family of four; no waFh'.ns.
Arply Trlday. 11 a. m.. ilC2 Washington ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for housework In
small family; no washing: good wages: elderly
woman preferred. 717 N. Eighth St.. third floor.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Competent -white girl
for general housework: family four adult; light
work: good pay; call In morning. 4424A McPher
on ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Young girl almut 15
years- old to assist In housework: no washing or
ironing; good heme to suitable person. 2120
Dickson st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for house
work and store; no vashlng or Ironing: light
work; evenings and Sunday afternoons off. 3535
N. Broadway.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged wo
man to do general housework: references. Apply
at millinery store, 1S23 Franklin ave.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED M!ddle-agdGer-
man womin for general housework; must be first
class cook and have references. Address 3624
West Pine.
Miscellaneous.
DEMONSTRATOR WANTED-Lady demon
strator for dry good' store. Call S to 9 this
morning, room 402. S21 Chestnut st.
DISHWASHER WANTED Womandfshwasher.
1447 N. Broadway.
DISHWASHER WANTED Woman dlshwash
er. 2814 Olive slu
DISHWASHER WANTI3D Woman dishwasher.
Call at COS Market at.
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED-For restaurant.
353S Easton ave.
GIRLS WANTED To learn halrdresslag at
Hlrsch'E. 252S Olive.
GIRL WANTED To make herself generally
useful; with references. 519 N. Vandevcnter ave.
GIRLS WANTED-Frcm 11 to 16 years old. In
overall departmtnt E. & W. Mfg. Co.. 140G S.
Eighth St.
GIR.LS; ETC.. WANTED Ten girls In label
department and Ave women to wash bottle. 114
Market st.
GIBLS WANTED Girls for soda stand anl
flower stand. Apply at once to manager of the
Eldorado. Delmar Garden.
KITCHEN
Call early.
GIRL WANTED Soutaern Hotel.
SPLENDID chance for ladles to learn hair
dressing, manicuring, facial maesage: four -we-iks
required. Call or write. Moler College. 1141 Mar
ket st.
WOMAN WANTED An honest young tveman
to wait on counter; experience unnecessary;
J3.W per week and room;, reference required.
132 Market.
WOMAN OU GIRL WANTED To
boarding-house. 2612 Chouteau ave.
work In
HELP WAXTED SIALE.
Stenographer.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED-Male stenogra
phers; dry goods. 125; foundry. 125. 150; insur
ance, 140; railroad. 165; miscellaneous, 130 to
16i. Leigh Bros.. Iu25 Century.
Bookkeepers.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED Assistant book
keeper for wholesale house; J50 month; chance
for advancement: young man preferred. 1231
Olive.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED Toung man to as
sist on books and write sale sheets; must wrlto
good hand and be correct at figures; state age,
reference and salary exrected. G 4. Republic.
Clerks nnd Collectors.
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BRIGHT young man, capable and accurate at
figures; must write neat hand. AdJres in own
handwriting and give reference. K 8. Republic
CLERK WANTED A German grocery clerk;
with reference Apply to Wiedemejer &
Strelt 2.9 N. Broadway.
DRUG CLERK WANT ED Junior drug clerk;
two or three years experience; German pre
ferred. S 5. Republic
MAN WANTED A young man to work in
grocery sore; must have experience. 2245 Man
chester road.
OFFICE CLFRK WANTED Stenographer pre
ferred; who can furnish $250. O 9, Republic
OFFICE MAN WANTED Assistant. J45:
bookkeeper, irrocery and railroad clerks. Peer
less. 802 Chestnut.
TWO men to sell goods on passenser trains;
dally run. Terminal Division, 1707 Market
TOUNG man to aslst in office and do collect
ing; 415 per week. 123d o.lve
IIOJ'S.
BOY WANTED Strong boy.
teonth st
312 N. Seven-
I30T WANTED In furnishing cood3 store. 61S
Pine st
BOY WANTED Boy II jears of age. 41i
Mermod & Jaocard building.
BOY WANTED Good, reliable boy. Call be
tween 8 and 9 a. m. 90S Russell.
HOY WANTED Experienced boy to distribute
job type.J.J. Vitt409 N.Thlrd st
P.OY WANTEI-Gerrnan hoy 16 years old to
work In grocery rtore. 1816 N. Jefferson ave.
HOY WANTED Colored bnv to assist with
house and dining-room work. 2215 Lucas ave.
ROY WANTED Colored boy for house and
dininc-room work: references, 4152 Washington.
BOYS WANTED Ten 16-year-old hoys; light
work; J4 week. R. IS. Funstcn & Co.. SOD N.
Commercial.
BOYS WANTED Four oys, between 15 and
Co., 452S S. Broadway.
EOY WANTED On. .t.i.,.j i ..,..,-
arfdsIwfn'g9 mlchVn'ebe.tpre"
A, tt. ... -m.. wv.. Hug .4IU 1TJI O. ,Igntn t.
Laborers,
BRICKYARD LABORERS WANTED-Ten
brickyard laborers; also day-pit men. Peerless,
502 Chestnut.
LABORERS WANTED Laborers.
De Kalb at
Apply 280J
LABORERS WANTED Ten handy laborers for
factory work. 510. 312. Peerless. 802 Chestnut
LABORERSWANTKD-Flfty laborers. 51 .73.
32 Indian Territory: free pass, 'bus at office.
Peerless, 502. Chesinut
Tbe Trades.
BAKER WANTED-Good baker. B. C. Schout
en. Keokuk. la.
BARBER WANTED
At 512 Lucas a.Te
BARBER WANTED-A gcod barber at C0J Cass
ave.
BARBER WANTED Good barber. Apply 1247
. era n Klin.
BARBER WANTED-Bteady If ralUMe.
1 Franklin.
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With Indifference to our Needs and we cannot afford to
let our Wants so Unfilled. Little Things make the Bis
Bum of Life. Llttlo Needs, If neglected, become the Great
Necessities of after years, and Llttlo Wants not satisfied
grow to Mighty Opportunities Overlooked which Is why
WE) MUST ACT while It 1$ yet Time why we must act
NOW, to be plain.
To begin right at the Start, for we arc all more or lesj
handicapped in the Steeplechase of existence, we should
not bo Backward about telling ieop!e what we Want, As
the Irishman say?, "Don't be backward about coming: for
ward." That's what the Policeman advises also only- he
tells us to "Move On" and when the M. P. (not Member ot
Parliament, merely Metropolitan Policeman) gives us a
remedy for our troubles. It's supposed to curs us. or back
ward we go to his Starting Point, which Is the Station.
But that's not the Station In Life we want to reach,
fo we've got to move forward and keep moving. Every
Day Is Moving Day In the, World of Progress, and we
must mount the old Steed and get over the hurdles at once.
Anything we want we should have, provided It Is within
reason and legitimate reach, and we will get It If we go
about It the right way. Suppose, for Instance, we (we have
assumed the right to use the editorial "we" here) are a
business man and want a clerk, a bookkeeper, a salesman,
nn ofllce boy. a porter or even a partner with plenty of
money, we know that the easiest and surest way to 1111
that want Is to advertise It. And. quite naturally, when wo
want to give It the widest publicity, we use the newspaper
In SL Iouls that has the largest circulation, the largest
"want ad" patronage and tho best record for filling wants.
Therefore, we use The Republic. Vice versa, if we don't
harpen to be a business man, but do happen to want a
job as a talesman, clerk, bookkeeper, porter, partner, etc.
etc., we advertise In The Kepubllc, where the greatest
number of employers are sure to see our want nnd an
swer It.
Advertising !n The Republic Is a good rale for It work")
both ways and without It we simply cannot move forward
in the business world we can't do anything without it
can't act at all.
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The Trafles.
HABBEB WANTED Good barber at once. SS17
Easton ave. '
BARBER WANTED A good barber at once.
SIl'.i Locust st. .
BARBER WANTED Ptiturday and Sunday.
2715 G ravels ave.
BARBER WANTEDilQod barber; steady work.
2S Missouri ave.
BARBEn WANTED Saturday and Sundoy.t
54. 706 Market st
BARBER WANTED Steady Job and good
wages. 4a34 Easton ave.
BARBER WANTED A good barber; (10 guar
antee!. Apply at SI0 Pir.o.
BARBER WANTED-Good barter for Saturday
and Sunday. 200 rark ave.
BARBER WANTED Good barber; j-oung man
Preferred. 226 Manchaster.
BARBER WANTED Saturday and Sunday: Si
guaranteed. Ill N. Fifteenth.
BARBER WANTED Good barber for Satur
day and Sunday. 1700 N. Tenth st
BARBER WANTED Good barber for Satur
day and Sunday at 819 N. Sixth st
BAUBKK WANTED Por Saturday and Sun
day; J3.33 euaranteed. lSi) Market st.
BARHEll WANTED A steady barber at once;
Kood eagres guaranteed. SH N. Ninth st.
BARTirn WANTED A j;rxd barber Saturdays
and Sundays; jcood wages. 3707 N. Droadway.
BARBER WANTED Saturday and Sunday;
$4.ro guaranteed. Ctomer Sallna and Pestalozzi.
BARBER WANTED A good barber at onca;
bring tools; $19 guaranteed. -57S4 Manchester ava.
BARBERVANTEDA first-class barber; $13
guaranteed; steady Job 1429 Old Manchester road.
?o to
12 S:
la.; secondhand. R. G. Ycnge,
SL CharlfB.
BARBER WANTED Good barber for Satur
day and Sunday; wages, $4.0. 4323 Clayton ave.
BARBER WANTED Saturday and Sunday;
wagca $3.50, with board and room. 3S24 N. Four
teenth st.
BARBEISpWANTED-Gtiod barber for. Satur
day and Sunday; union Lhop; $4 guaranteed. 1404
Franklin.
BARBER WANTED First-clas barb-r
Saturday and Sunday: steady If eulttrd.
Chouteau ae.
BARBERS WANTED Two firet-rlaM barier
at enc3: non but the lv-st. M. L. Hays, I'a'mer
Hous" barber shop, l'adtrah. Ky.
IIRICKI..YYER WANTEP-One cond brick
layer at onrc. Tenth and Wash sts.
RUSIIELMAN WANTKD-At once. Arply Ea
ward Hart. Jr.. Broadway ai.d Olive.
CABINETMAKER WANTED Cahlnetmak-r.
lth furniture-factcrj- experience. 2yj N. Fif
teenth st.
CARRIAGE lUNTi:RV,-A.vrED.";ipiyTohn
Toblnka. lliti N Seventh Ft
COOK WANTED
Good man cook. 2S14 Olive st.
CUTTER WANTED A lirt-clas cutter, one
that can irlmp preferred. Missouri Slipper Co..
2521 N. Ninth.
CUTTER WANTED Experienced skirt cutter j
and designer: pood pay: steady -work to the :
right man. 712 N. Tenth st. j
ENGINEER WANTED-To take charge ot Ice
piant; give references. C 4. Republic.
HAND NAILERS WANTED-Experlenced
hand nailers. Columbia Box Co., Nineteenth and
North Market sts.
JOB-PRESS lnEtiFIt WANTED On Gordon
press, siepnemv i-nno. to., cecona ana vine i
streets
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HEEL TRIMMER WANTED Experienced !
heel trlramr on the hussel machine, lennent i
Shoe Co.. Twenty-third and OTallon.
HOKSESHOER WANTED Good all-around I .
horseshoer or blacksmith. Aug.
Kropp, Klrk-
V(U1Q. MO.
HORSESHOER WANTED Young man with
about two years' experience at horseshoeing. 3S1S
Garneld ave.
M.VCIIIN1STS WANTEDAprly American
Car and Foundry Co.. Madison. El.
MARBLE CUTTERS WANTED First-class
marble cutters and letter. Basil Monument
Vlorks. i037 Gravoln ave.
MOLDER HANDS WANTED For sash and
door factory; steady work. Sll Monros st
MOLDERS. ETC.. WANTED Molders, mold-
rTa ,e'Pra. nnishcrs, chlnpeis, coremnker ant
DOVtc,,o,r"stAPP,r G'0le f 3Di F0Uniry
SHOEMAKER WANTED
1114 S. Compton ave.
hllOEMAKERS WAITED Four shoemakers at
once on repairing; steady work all year around;
good wares. ioi oilv. st.
.SAWYERS. ETC.. WANTED Rip-sawyers,
52.50: crosscut sawyers. 32: nail-machine men. 32;
steady work: free pass: shin to-i leht: call early.
Goode. Sperbeck & Co.. 1626 Maiktt st
WANTED A shoemaker; new work If p:a
ferred. B. T. Sapp. Jopiln. Mo.
Illacellaneoaa.
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.11 TLS,TS VTANTED-ren and wash; rfits
all particulars. X 6. Republic.
ESACA1 WANTED-Colored
with references. 1121 Rutger st
coachman
rfclPJ man around grocery store. 310.
rSnt,'?,2cr. 511: assistant 512: saloon porter.
FHJfHL?ri!ifr- teamsters, truckers. 310. 314.
fSSS.I,'-?' ,men- Ptlrate places. 322.
rSfiSS.13; ""'-ilst ' helpers. 31.75. 32 day.
JSm?"1 tMm"ers: piss to all points.
Sl;fi!..cVpeE.t'!rs- l2-M. M: helpers. 51.75. 32.
t-eeriess Employment Company. J02 Chestnut st
MAV 11'lMlVn .. .. . " L-
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J Thirteenth, juid st Charles, this 7 a. ns.
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3IlicclIaneoaa.
FARM HAND "WANTED Experienced farm
hand; no harvesting. 2913 rranklln ave.; apply
after S p. tn.
MAN WANTED Sin gl a German man to &
etabla work. O. Eyermann & lira.. 306 Iowa ave.
MEN WANTED Four or five atout young men
for light factory work; U.7S per day 1230 OUve.
MEN WANTED Trucker?. wagon helpers,
drivers, hostlers and men for light labor. 1230
Olive
MEN WANTED-rrty men with hatchet Fri
day morning. Seventh and Olive. Missouri Wreck
lng Co.
MEN WANTED Two young men to run on
? avenger trains; good wages; permanent posl
lon. 1230 Olive.
MEN WANTED Tourg men to fell poods on
pafpeneer trains. Apply at C5 S, Twentieth, op
posite union station.
MEN WANTED To learn barber trade; new
. r.e.a ror our Kraauaie:; eigni weens preparer you
j for S15 weekly Job; best trade In exlitenc for
a,-tsut itiaii a.sti'fvUTi Ufaiivu f.m v aiiuiu m wr-a
College, 1141 Market st.
OFFICE MAN WANTED-Toung man. 16 or 18
yearn old, to do office work; must be a good
writer; state salary. 2 5. Republic
TWENTY-FIVE sawmill men. Alexander. La..
J1.60. Jl.75. J2.
500 hatrest hands. Kansaa. Oklahoma; shlD to
day. Men. private places. J20. J25; mrdeners. J23.
Two boiler firemen, 510. 512 week: steady work.
Men for wholesale houses. $10. 512 week.
Grocery clerks. 530. 533: assistant bartender.
Blacksmith. 52.SO day anl board; helpers.
Two colored chefs. JoO. $60. city and country.
live hostlers. 520. 522; lURgy washers. 545. 5."0.
Kitchen men. 56. 57 per week: storeroom man.
Janitor for institution. 523. board, room.
Butcher, country. 533. expenss. free p.iss.
60-J railroad laborers, teamsters. Ozark Mts.
10 teamsten. 525. room and board: free pass.
Young man. learn grocery trade. 523. room. bd.
All people wanting work, please call at the old
est and largest employment company tn the West
National Employment Co.. 113. US N. Sixth st.
YOl'NG MEN WANTED Two young men to
run on trains. Van Ncy News Co., 216 S. Eight
eenth st
AGENTS A.D SALMSME.W
Ajrcntff.
AGENTS WANTED Six good agents to repre
sent he only reliable studio in city handling pho
to cupons; pood pay Murtllo Studio. 1311 Olive.
AGENTS WANTED Live agents to write or
contract territory anywhere In the Un.ted States.
Prospectus anl club rates sent free. Addres
Chns. H. Flint, Supt ot Agents, Oxark build
ing. St. Louis, Mo.
Snleamen.
PHOTOGRAPHERS WANTED Two good call
ers for view work; big money. Wlllyerd. 1121
Dodler.
SALESMEN WANTED I want to engage five
middle-aged men. not boys. a salesmen, perma
nently; good pay: bright tutnie. 4J7 Holland bldj.
SALESMAN WAN! EI-Fcr the new "warnrr
Library: fast preposition; new scheme; postal
card lends biir money. F. D. lfav.r. M.rmrt.1 je-
j Jaccard building.
SALi:sMAN to rell first-class nursery stock;
all gc.o.1. cuaranteea true to name; gcod sal-arie-
Laid Write fir terms to !lmt Hi n. Nur
series, IiiMcnce. Kas.
Solicitors.
SOLICITOR WANTED-Advertising solicitor:
hotel register experience preferred; call Friday
morning. Room 7, Hotel Moser.
c.m TctTons -wi-t- r- "- Tu
SOLICITORS VI ANTED Experienced Hnm
Savings Bank solicitors to plnce out rew-tjls
steel sifes. Inqulr- as to commission at Sitings
Deirtmtnt Germanla Trust Co.
I.nily Agents mill Scillrlturs.
SALESLADY WANTED Krn.pl.nr.il Ln-elt-v
saleslady: none other need apply. The Palace.
512 Locust st.
Mlscellanenns.
LADIES Pleasant home work: 33 to 811 weekly;
no experience. Room 101. S2I Chestnut st.
EMPLOY.1IENT AGENCIES.
ALL those desiring help or seeking situations
may register wlui the Free Employment Bur-au
of the Suta Labor tureou of statistics. 11314
Chestnut at: situations and helo furnished free
of charge Tel Klsloch A JfL
LABORERS WANTED-Fcr new railroad in
Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and Indian Ter
ritory: free pass. Koenlg's Labor Agency. 613
Walnut St.
TEAMSTERS. ETC., WANTED Teamsters,
camp coorfs. camp waiters, camp blacksmiths,
steam-drill runners, farm hand, gardeners, milk
rs. etc. Koenlg's Labor Agency. 613 Walnut st.
TYPEWniTERS.
rf.st
For Sole.
TYPEWRITIUtS-Smlth. Remington. Ollrer.
Williams typewriters: 515. 523. 330; lowest rentals
and repairs. St Lou's Typewriter Exchange,
Chemical bldg.: all telephones.
WE have 1.000 typewriters for rent cr sale. Call
or mall or telephone your order: satl-factlcn
guaranteed. The Typewriter Exchange. 203 N.
Ninth sti St Louis. Mo.
CAnPET CLEAXIXG.
TMPtrtl? 5tteara CXmet Cleaning rA rn,.t.
taken up. cleaned, made over and laid; best
work, lowest prices. 2123 Lucas. Main 1131: C38S.
ENTERPRISE Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.
Special attention to altering, rewlng and relaying.
Easton and Pendleton. Lln. 374il; Kinloch U 33).
noisi-.iioi.u oon.
Uantt-il.
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ABSOLUTELY fun alue paid Tor entire eon
tents of lious.es. Hat-, etc. il. Dickson. 342J Lu
im -ne. iviamcn
I2S7.
ABSOLUTELY hishest cash nrlre ccld for s-c
ontijiand furniture, i-pers sto-s and fe-ithers;
send postal. 113 N. Twellth st. Joe Bens-inser.
ALL kln.1i of household (roo.ls biught; entire
contents of houses wanted, full alue laid J.ncs
i Co.. 1113 Olive st. Klntocli 742: Main 157.
ALL kinds of furniture, piano, carpeta. con
tents of houses, flat. t.-res l.oji;fct- hlsne't prlre
paid. Wolff. 2S45 Park. Ph. ns C S3: Mala luv.M.
ATTENTION! We accept hou.-eh.l.l Roods in
tJ? E".,.or.n,.vl:'!r- '""". Mrkinir: bonded
J2j.0i. Tol. Loul-lana Sti.rat-e Co.. 2tl!l Morgan.
l-EATHElt betls J5 t. J13 each; pmrnpt relT-
Sl'I,.. d5?,1,"l?s:,K,-!:" carU- t:Iob! -'"l0"' Com
pany. 2021 s. Broadway.
;rr.v.w.M.ii.i; lumiture. stove, etc. large or
small lots, bought ut residence or store- good
prices gliea by Gibson. 2213 Wash at.
I'ir Sale
ALL household furniture: leainz to-an c-ill
at once. 4)13 N. Grand.
FINE folding bed and Singer sewing machine:
good rendition; cheap. 2?15 N. Newntra-I av...
ITil.DING UkI. chill's lel. dresser. r-frTgerai
or and sewing machine. 20X Lawtt-n ae.
GASOLINE range, self-generator, twin burner
almo-t new; worth 2S: sacrltlee for S5; f.ur-hule
gas rar-te. chf.ip. 1?J1 Compton.
lIOrsi:n)i,D gcNvl. on account cf leavln-r
city. 12-Jl Old Manehtster r,ad.
HOUSEHOLD gowls for saleT "chcapT cn ae
count wife's death. Iniulru 133 Century building.
LARGE efdee-fite lockers, bookkeepers' desks,
fiat-top desk. ty-ew titer stan! chjtrs, car
pets. Room 723 Odd Fellows' building.
NEW furniture. m:ent rues, etc: t'c eaUng
for cash: time given If desired. New York Stor
age Company. 2219 Wash st.
PARLfllt bedroom set. sideboard,
range ar.d linoleum. 1127 S. Twelfth.
carpet.
RARE til. antlyue Chippendale, DavenroTt
ar.d Colonial furnluire. i a'ntlres. clocks, mir
rors, candlesticks, cut glass, pewter. Gay. C0J1 S.
Broadway.
TWO gas rang-?,
small restaurant;
suitable for large family or
.ap. i I N. Third St.
WHITE Iron beds, mattress, fashstand. 4"C1A
Cook ave.
SewInB.- MacUinrs.
TWO new drop-head singer ewing machines,
125 each; als" Wheeler A: Wilson. J15. Elngei
Mfg. Co.. $ S. Broadway.
IIOHSKS AMI VtllHCLnS.
se'aIFNsSsJs-se.'--
Wanted.
GOOD horse; must be rftrnp. or Trill tnuie ?ur
ry and cash for hor-; and runabout. CW3 Gar
lit M ave.
For Sale.
BIO pluff draft hor?e. l.l rounds: S23; hiv
no us for him. 5C04 X. Ilevnth.
I.KAND-NHW cne-hcrse Tocry wagon, cntao.
4J0t IN'. Twenty-itfth st.
CE.Ti;rtl'S Cyclopedia Dictionary andAt!n-.
in ten vommes; latest euui
GlbFon ave.
CHEIAP. work horse. 120; sound: also cov
ered express wagon and almost mw single Sit
heavy harness; sell separate; rear. 1S2 Olive.
FINE end-sprln? top buggy: good as new;
cheap. 3oOT ci. Second, tear.
FINE black imported Shetland rony; broke for
children to rldo and work. 2116 Mullanphy.
GOOD wagon cheap. J. II.-Brown. ITU lior
gan st.
GOOD pony for sale; price W. 24I0A Bacon
street.
GOOD mare, phaeton and harnest $73; as
saddle and bridle; cash or time. 310 Bell ave.
HARNESS The largest asiortrjienroVairklnls
In the cltv: sew and secoadhand. A. Tucke'.r.
Ii22 and 1521 N. Broadway.
imitSB, storm buggy and harms. J"V"; cheap;
runabout, delivery horse, fctt; bargain. 2707 Mor
gan. LAHGB roan pony, cheap,
street.
ZX N. Ninth
LABGn team draft horses. J.1J0: fine mule, $5);
two good wagens. 2S51 Lucas ave.
LIGHT ray horse. 5 years old; 15 hands high;
suitable fcr runabout. 45CJ Llndell.
NICE, light top business delivery wagen. $y;
bargain. 30S Gratiot st.
ONE covered, one-horse delivery wagon; been
used one year, cheap. .504 Cass ave.
ONE draft horse, one driving horse, surrey and
tiot-ivoa. u cn-np. j in .. lmrreemr. si.
ON'R fif thA hitf ivimhln-itlnn ai.llla nn-1 ,1-IT
Ing horses in the city: black: 16 hands h'gi;
weight 1.200 pounds; sound and afraid if noth
ing. Apply Watkins Eivery CU, 3024 Ptndletcn
RUBBER-TIRED runabout, horse, hirns; 3-year-old
trotting colt; leaving city. 27..S Frank
lln ave.
.fn0'0 cPen oaggy. cheap5sTBook store.
311 1?. Broadway.
STILISH hanre; 5 years; Tadv cin drive; g-n-tle;
without a blemish; rubber-tired runabout.
2S34 Belt ave.
TEAM welshing 2.CSS pounds; Iron wagon and
harness; been hauling at iron store: lost con
tract: sell separate; suarantee.i true pullers:
win woik to suit purchaser; rvady to go at any
havy hauling; targaln. 1517 N. Eighteenth st.
THE finest 'Ine ot ball-bearing, cushlon-tlre
yehlcles on th- market. See our line of harne.
Deeds A Manley. 2S0 and 202 S. Eighth st, b-
..i iiaiuui .ua i.i.(k ave.
hi73 f-?1 IIkhJ"'s- 2.3M pounds: good eon
dltlor.; 5.5. 2CS S. Seventh St.
TWO pood delivery horse, one ponv nnd pfod
mule; also runabout, cheap; must "sell. 2720
iuiiAn &i.
TtVO heavy draft horses, one dillvery wagen
horse; also Shetland peny: must sell to mak.
room. E. F. David, contractor. 104 S. Jefferson
iH?' .w "l,S f ,0: g"p; patent end gates:
all kinds vehicles sold and built to order. 1222
N. Seventh at
BARGAINS.
BARGAINS.
BARGAINS.
SPIDERS.
STANHOPES. TOP WAGONS.
OPEN WAGONS.
REPAIRING OF ALL. KINDS DONE AT'
SHORT NOTICE.
WM. DISCHERT CARRIAGE & WAGON CO..
1820 MORGAN ST.
Spring Opening Sale of Ve!iic!es,
Fine ore-horse cut-under surreys, tiapn. Stan
hopes and stcrm buggies, driving wagons, runa
outs. covert wapons, park wagons nnd delivery
wagons. Deeds & Manley. 2fc) ar.d Z.1 3. Eighth
it. tttween Wa nut and Clark ave.
RAPP & MOLLER CARRUGE COMPANY.
Cullders of fine pleasure carriages of every de
scription, 2218. 2120 and 2222 I'lne st. St. I.OU1.
Mo. imperial attention givin to painting and r.
palling. Telephones: Main WSA and C 773.
HA.R K ESB,I,B,.,,',n'' ""''' n
E. P. KR.ILMUN, atiltT CASS AVE.
HflrtvtreifcF"" vehicles; Stanhopes, runa
lU I CK iSbouts. traps, surreys, etc. fo
sjle In bt Louis exclusively by T. F. Reynolds
Twenty-first. Washlngtcn ave. and St. Charle'
McCABE-BIERMAN WAGON CO.
ttagxmettes. di-pot waron-., pallbearer carrlage-a.
1215-121 V. Ilrcsdway.
SECONDHAND CARRIAGE
Laige variety. In good order; must be sold.
WRIGHTS Washington ave.. cor. lHh t
WRIGHT'S CARRIAGES BEST,
The lAirest varuty; o-st quality; moderate rric
AVayfcmyton ave, cor 19th t.
Repairing and Repainting Fine Carriages
W' J?,".:,;1:""l'"- Vour business aolleiteo.
WRIGHTS. Washington av.-.. cor. Utl st
DOGS, CATS, PETS POIl SALE.
TAME monkejs. talking parrots, magpies. Im
ported birds. Angora rots, dogs. iets. etc Wehr.
man's. 417 Walnut Branch S2S N. Uriadway.
STORAGE ASH 310VIXG.
"'' ------ - -. - 11- -, i-ij-Li-inn
AMERIWX StcraRC and Movlnc Company, 231S
Oilve St. racklnR. ehltplnj;. itonacr. srrrat
ronm. TeL ilaln 2S31. W. H. laugdale. prMl
dent. UONDED Warehousii-lly. C. Vtrh Stomas
and Moving Company. No. IS 12-1 KranklSn vi;
LINDELL Storage and Moving Company nov-
furniture with care by experienced men send
postal.1227 N. Taylor, or Tel. Kinloch B lSCti.
NEW YORK Storage Company. Office 311 Union
Trust Bultdlng-Move. pack. ship, store tins fur.
nlture in private rooms. Phone Main 2S4.
60UTH Side Storage and Moving Co 1S01 list
ana HQi Sidney t Tel. Hldner Ui- iCtn. c itii
STORfirtE ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. New
alUnHQE Warehouse. Grand and Laclede foe
safe-keeping of furniture, planoa. trunks valu
ables, boxes, etc; strictly Srst-clars: movlne
t-acklng. snipping, etc Our Are Insurance "hi
I-est Moner advanced. Ship goods our rare
Ertlmates free. Get rates. Phonic MaTn
167SA. R. V. LEONORI JrV. &CO
. 1213-21 Olive st.
MINING IXTEHESTS.
im .....-.--.-. .-. -.-.-- rrj-i.i-iLri.ii-v-,.--,,i,
VErtDE GRANDE copper, lowest prle-; Ll--coln
Copper Mining Co.; 23c; Kansas I!ion
Gold Shafe, 2c: Eoultable Oit 4c: Sam Houi.m
2Hc; Globe Oil and Gold. 2c-. Volcan slc?T
as Investment Co, 110 Laclede bldg.
DEXTISTUY.
iMjaiur Dieaia -cental ltoom. 415 - n.,, .
wnj nu i inn w; painirss extrjet'on a!
br.dge work 52 Open Sutday until t? '-
way. between Locust and St Chcrles- r.r ,M?
PERSONAL.
Fifteen Cents Per Lin.
AUSOLUTn seclusion before and during con
I fmeTiiTt. Y- r partuul us. call or write Mrs. Dr.
- ' ' ' phyi-"ian anJ surgeon. Sdt. fcaston:
- t suarant-e satisfaction.
' ALL prlxate diaes a specialty at the Frank-
.c. l I!n Avenue Free Df-pensiry, 1214 Franklin aTe.
ALL blood diseases, pimples, sore, dlicuargsa,
etc.. either sex. cund without fee. 107A N. ttn.
A-v V-VPI-I7T Tlt-.Tir.'-T-T'T: DAPS all klrds cf
, Investigating and "-haiowing; strlotly confiien-
t.rti: terrt. reasonan'e. nnesi nin-i'w,. ."..-mliHll-n
free. Ad.lrta P O. Box 77. St. Lcnla.
.1NF1NLMI-NTS s!0 trained nurjlni; elegant
necemmo.iati.-ns: It- l.ms for Infant- if ds-sire-i:
ladles treated fir J2. treatment guaranteed;
regrlati r $1 o-!v. private, rel able, secluded, li
censed 1-rme where vou are well treated and yout
care guannteei, private dlse-nes a specialty.
Dr. Annie Newland. 2S." OUT" t.
nrtvrrvT..Tt-Ta '.. K..n. er.i.efl 1r Infajirs
if desired; rr-isT-liitlcn ar.d trial treatmect free;
I take part pay In work If deired: private.
elided !Ie.nsl h-me where you get your caw
guaranteed t-efnre payment: ladle, try my regu
lator; treats Irregularltle: Josrd. 12 per week:
all mall promptly answered: pat'ents met at boal
or station In my vehicle. Mr Dr. Mu-phy, Zlv
and 2123 Ollv st : phone KInlcch C CT.
DOCTOR MURWIN. 2233 Olive St.
treats all
female trourles.
PR MRY ARTHUR Speelnl'st-Ln-Me s
trouble, call ar.d get prompt relief: confinement
cafe taken: Infants adepted 27!l Washington.
nit DENNIS. 2JT5 WaantcgtonAve. Licensed
rM-slr'an treat? nil f'-male t-enh'es: guaran
tees result: private some 'or Indies during ccn
tinernert: perfect e-reey an I seclulon: Infants
adopted: ladle in trouble, call or "write.
LADIES Mv regunror never fall- ens e-ra-plete
treatment free. jir. V Starr. 2J Franklin.
MIDWIFE Receives daring confl-ement: home
for Irfani- !'!! tn trouMf. call 24! Lifsvet!.
MRS BRIDGES Ladle In fnnble won't regm
calling: no medicine, jno N. Twine. C 1W4.
Mr. Dr Vtirnhvs Regulator II: Qelden Fesl
Zr tr-lts ladle Jl; no rure. no pay. 2125 OHv.
MRS PU nON reeelv" b-for and durlnj
e"rnrment; lnftrt adortd if d!red: ladte 1
tt nb!. i-nii or write; ternr- ranable; conul-
MR! !IOT?0-Ij,dles" private rre durtre
eonlrerrrnt aholut rrfvacv rd safety as
jr.l, elerant aoc&mtnoTatlins; trained nun";
mother'v rare and teinilar rnvMHAn; ?tlfartlfn
ruj-srti-M: .nf-irtji adnt ted. W!-d attention at
lowest trms Oal2 cr writ. iDl Oil.
Golden 5en1
ren-Te Herulatir: rat en t nppri fr; rlievei
in thre h-'wr: (evfir- nf iitltut': rne een
nine with--it x of nMn Fnl M-d. Co. Prlc
ii Pr rfb.i- ?S71 Ta-lptrtn ave
SPARHAWK RHEUMATIC CURE
Cuts Tth"iin.-tti. Lumbnso. INVurilsrla. Bladder
an! KMpv troubles and Is a Tin Mood purifier.
GuaranTii i cure. 5V 3parhawlt Chemical Ca..
vB ht--tntit y; . St. Ismlf. Mo.
GOLDEN SEAL FEMALE REGULATOR
Believes In three hours Beware of substitutes;
none genuine will out signature of Catula Med.
O. Prl-e. II " i ?s Olive jt
MUSICAL.
A LMOST riving thm away this week to
make room fur new stock new arriving; nice
square-. 120 J2T. and $43: fine squares, Jt5. JT5.
SS: some of them cost four or five times as
much as we are asking for them. Call and get
a bargain. F. i; Smith, manufacturer, 1C13
unre st- A. E Whitaker. manager.
AN Inducement to Buy of Us $100 saved pur
chasing a nuno from us. Jos. F. Ilunleth Music
Company, s P. Broadway.
I'ARIjOI organs. J2o and JC0; come early and
get a bargain J Placht & Son. 113 S. Broadway.
BARGAINS in New Pianos-ho to J. Blacht &
Sons, lu S. Rr.-adw.riv. St IouK Mo. Old Instru
ments takn in exchinge.
'BARGAINS in graphi.r.nanes; 51 up; musical
instrument1 repaired and exchanged: records. 2Sc
each. Ilunlcth Music Company, 0 S. Broadway.
HXIJ upricht pianos for rent, 13. 53.M and SL
Daniel G. Bunker 1'iaro Co., northeast corner
Fourteen;?! and North Mark-t 5ts.
"HEAR the soul it a Kxakauer sing"; to hear
It Is to buy it. Sold only bv Daniel G. Dunker
Piano Co.. Fourteenth snd North Market tts.
IIENRT F. MILLER. Buh & Gertp, VIctorani
ether hish-grade pianos rnr pa'c only at Klee
Ivamp Bro. I'iano Co.. 2207 Park ave.
JOHN FELD sells only reliable planes Schmer.
Newbv & Evans. Monroe and Majestic only at
11 St. Louis ave.; Kinloch phone D H13
NEW Upright Pianos In all the latest stvlea
and choice woods at prices $5 to $109 less than
dealers: we manufacture and sell direct to the
purchaser Call and see cur elegant assortment
and our extremely low prices. F. G. Smith.
manufacturer. 1-M2 Olive st. A. E. Whltaker.
manager.
"TROFE3SOR WENNER'S Vocal Studio. 1W7
Gejer Ac. Teacher of Italian method: prepara
tory school for optra. churches and concerts.
SECONDHAND cornets. $5 up; altos and t-nora
57 up. j. Placht & Son. Hi 3. Broadway; B-flat
helicon for $ltf. a bargain.
5 buy a fine SL Lous-made full-size piano;
coft 5i6j. with stool and cover. 1U4 N. Sixteenth
street.
51. 52. J3. 51 per month for rent planes; at F
G. Smith, manufacturer. 1012 Olive st A. E.
Whltaker. manager. Elegant assortment: lowest
prices Jn town; rent allowed If purchased.
J330 Gabler Upright. In fine tone 31 Ci
J32S Jenett. in splendid condition 5165
53.10 l'radhury Upright. In line order S17i
And other line, used uprights at 31S5. SIM and
51?I: are special bargains this week in used Up
rights at I". a. Smith, manufacturer. 1012 OUve
st A. E. Whltaker. mana ger.
mm FOR RENT
AT LOWEST RATES.
Large Stock to Select From.
THE ESTEY CO., 1110 Ollre Street.
roil SALE. MISCELLAXEOUS.
A 510 pressure filter for J4 30; every cne guaran
teed to glv crvstai pure water; germ-proof stone
siphon niters 23c. 70J Pine.
ALL kinds river hooks, all six?: M kinds go
as low as So rer hunlred standard Tool Co.. 3-3
N. Sixth st. next to Hilts "
BUUJ31NG Stone 1.C00 perch cf building stcne;
also any qurfctlt good lumper: can saw you
Rny length 3nd width you want: all very cheap.
Columbia Wrecking Co.. Rutger and Levee.
CHEAT Timber-, all lxe.Talso kindllngl
C. II HUFF & CO.. S12 S. Twellth at
ELEGANT Brunswick pool and billiard tablet
sell or rent reasonably: also ail kinds of sup
plies en hand. J. L. Fowler. 1321 Market st
GOOD paper route.
Call at So S. Grand ave.
ICE cream freezer, six gallon. ; f.ying -wheel:
candy furnace. large size, with copper boiler:
portable oven; tiled bottom. 1021 N. Compton ave.
LUMBER for sale at n low price; have to
move it off ground ot once. Come quick and
pet your pick of S.OOO.tKO feet. We can saw. any
thlrg you may need Columbia Wrecking Co..
Rutger and Levee.
LUNFER prism. In first-class, condition at
cne-half regular price. Adam Roth Grocery
Company. Seventh and Poplar sts.
MEN'S hoes half soled s.nd heeled; work gtiar
anteej. 50c a pair. American Shoe Repairing
Oc. 2333 Market
MILL End iale Rubber hose. 21.CCO feet on
hand: svll 50 r-et for 52. worth 53. Jaffe Brca..
C17 Franklin ave.
NEW ana secondhand billiard and pel tables
for sale or rent. The Brunswlck-Balke-Collender
Co.. Iv6 S. Fourth st.
f??"'K m""'J Mk ;r:r'a ice box. gold as new;
will sell cheap. Apply at Page and Ferguson
RENT receipts in books of fifty. 35 cents DOt-pald-
Williams Trlntlng Company. 7002 s. Broad-
' t-c'.tt''A'!yat Western Paint and Color Co. for
. Sl.eiwIn-tVilllams paints. Northeast corner ot
J Twelfth and Pine sts. Kinloch O 7; Main 1025A
SIT machines: all the het mi.-... nw .
secondhand, for sale cheap: repairing done. St
lmis Novelty Works. 2SW) Lucas ave.
H
SODA fountain, shn-v - r.i. ..-i.... ...
sale or exchange. 2:W Olive st
,,fT9v repnlra for "any old" stove. Forsaaw.
1U N.J-welfth st. Kinloch C 37. "".
STItlCTLY pure oil. 61c: turpentine. 52c: leai
4c to c: get prices. Nleman Bros.. 1311 park
ave.KlnIochp131; Sidney 4M.
T.'Ar,ON scalo for sale, cheap, inquire at 21C3
- t.rand ave.
MT LEADER FOUNTAIN PEN. 14-ICARAT
ItANTEl)?.LD l'INT- N1'Y 'J CE-N4-5 WAR
HY. IJEWENSTEIN
THE SAT1SFAI-TORY JEWELER.
1231 S. BROADWAY.
-.,... J ST- LOUIS. MO
TIC)N "DC'lS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTEN
MY "CATAlXyGUB FREE.
FIXTURE BARGAINS.
1M counters. 130 show cass. 30 cigar casi. 101)
revolvirg stools. - butcher blocks. 40 Ice t-ox-s
W bookkeepers' desks, ofrlce rail and partition"
wan cases, shelving, grocers' bins, mirrors, ta
bles, drug sets: large-t stock In the West at
lowi-st price.; new -vork to order. American
tureWorks. S0S-S03 N. Jvee. Kinloch D 1554.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTsI
CAMERA Mutt be In good condltl.-n chean.
send p-trtlcnlars. 2213 Washington ave.
CASH paid fcr unused postage stamps- w also
buy old stamps: rremlum list. 2c. ilu-sman
Stamp Co . room 415, Fullerton building.
HIGHEST cash prices pain ror scrap Iron hot.
ties, rags and n-.MaJs. D. Wolff. 1207 a Broad
way. Thone D ISO. --. nroaa
SKELETON steel afe. about 45 inches high 21
deep. 23 wide. 7. 4. Republic. 'jugn. i
TO buy a dl.imo.id ring; state price and how
I can see you at once. L 4. Republic.
ft.
Also gold, silver, trass and copper plating: re
paitlng. oxldUlng and lacquerlSg at reisonaals
prices. D-.csf .-, Mcslck. ilJ.Jij Jlarket "
SCRAP IRON. J?0'1?' itc- w"r Ferttlljer
?, i, r ,,,!r if i.Jmk Co.. ins N. Twelfth
st. St Lauls. ilo. Est ICC Send for prices.
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