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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. 'AUGUST 29. 1902. '
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BIRTHS. MARRIAGES
AND DEATHS.
record of mirrns.
L. and B. Dulle, 1337 Menard : girl.
:. and S. Krlte. 2715 North Twelfth: girl.
;. and M. Gustofson. SS Clark: boy.
M. and JL Morton. 3735 St. Ferdinand: boy.
K. and I Worn. Mil Emily; girl.
J and I Flatherson. 1117 St. Aug-: girl.
V. and L. Johnson. 2603 North Lefflngwell; girl.
1L and J. Miller, 3405 Caroline: girl.
U. and M. Calhoun. 3744 Lindell; boy.
J. and V. Lewis. 2203 olive; girl.
P. and K. Burke. 4043 Co-ens; boy.
F and E. Kalme, 100 Miller: girl.
;. and B. Kraft, liU South Tenth: boy.
I" and R. Zack, 170S South Broadway: girl.
G. and L. Scherer. 1C13 Ljr.ch; boy.
.T. -od M. Foley, 4033 Easton: boy.
r and I Backlaus. 2S43A Keokuk; boy.
I', and J. McIIale, U16 South Eishteenth; boy.
F. and K. Fisher. 2712 MeNalr: boy
J. and S. Gardner. 4927 Pennsylvania: girl.
O. and N. Follen, 713S South Seventh; twins,
bo vs.
T. and n. Cole. 2C44 Fnpln: cirl.
"R. and A. Filler, 8720 O'Reilly; girl.
IF. and M. Melr. 128 East Stein; boy.
F. and M. Kerel, 715 East Shlrmer: girl.
TV. and M. Burner. 142 North Sixteenth: girl.
II. and A. Engelsmann, 2131 South Compton;
cirl.
J. and C. Slnbaca. O02 Pcrjisylvanla; boy.
T. and A. Hgan. S22 Minnesota: l'oy
J. and B. Whlttlngton. 5219 Wilson; boy.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
TV. L. WatL 5737 North Market
Eleanora Luckett 1737 North Market
Alvin Elchler 2203 Shenandoah
Emma E Tyrrell Jefferson City. Mo
Charles E. Locwe ISIS North Fourteenth
Frieda Oster 122S Cass
Louis Ploudre 2121 Olwar
Virglnia Ccrjran 1017 Garrison
Edward Edwards 427 South Theresa
Sarah Nathan 3223 Lasalle
George Fuck .. 2710 North Ninth
Katie Teck 51G Manchester
George Ehrhard .....1S07 South Seventh
Anna Oth Wellston. Mo
T. IV. Howard Bed Oak. la
Mae L. Drake 1013 Monroe
Bah a tore GeracI 1103 Carr
Cong-tta Catanzaro Cheltenham
"William Steiniger 2H01 Gevr
Katie Slmonscn 4700 Pennsylvania
Fr-d.Kuhn I'ercy. Ill
Katherlne E. Thoraa East St. Louis, Ill
Sam -Walden 2G14A Easton
Iva McKean C250 Suburban
Albert Merrill 1325 Baron
Rattle Watklns 1323 Ilarnn
Paul Klossner Potsdam. Mo
Jolianna Rodemske 21S East Catiln
X II. Brunson Spokane. Wash
Ella Nachtweih .'. 22 South Second
Wrddlns RlnC (Solid Gold).
Finest qualities. S3 to $20. Mermod & Joe.
card's, Broadway and Locust.
RCRIAL PERMITS.
,i,,ii...... - .... f i-ii-ini-ii-Lri.r.rxfXM
Herman Wonnlns, 30 jears. City Hospital; sul
c'de. James II. Flood, 2G years. Oakland aad Mack
llnd; accident.
Chas. Kelly. 26 years. City IIcEpltal: apoplexy.
Frederick .Mullenkamp, 1 year. 7S57 Morgan
Ford: convulsions.
Eleanor Knapp. SO years. 4030 Lindell; senility.
Ja. W. Johnson, 65 years, 2306 Chouteau; heart
trouble.
Tamea ConpUn, C5 years. 2202 North Ninth:
consumption.
William De Larcntzla, 52 years. City Hospital:
cirrhosis of liver.
'Edna Dotzman. 1 mnnth ifwt Wrtti T--tT..
pneumonia. '
pomlnlck Delabar, 1 years, 1743 Waverly; tirae
znta. Thomas Twlcddly, SI years, Poorbouse: nneu
xnontru "
Lillian Lee. 34 years, 1337 Benton; uraemia.
Susie L. Smith, 33 years. 1D04 North Taylor:
fatty degeneration of the heart.
Harry R. Ayer, 11 years, 3323 Mullanphy; scrof-
Marcaret Culp, 49 years. Insane Asylum; con-eumpt-on.
i?!p!rT B,reseh., a-ears. 200S North Thirteenth:
phthisis pulmonalls.
cn?crel!Siuk rCe' 7 m"t!lS' 61U South E)ehth:
Jas. T. Munhcn, 44 years, 2530 Glargow; hemm
pugia. ..JIPTS'v?,1!?' 17 J"3- Et- Ann's Asylum; con
I;e7iltal debility.
NEW CORPORATIONS.
ST. LOUIS.
t-0?alP'ew' Ho,rt Company filed articles of
in-orporatlon yesterday wiUi the Recorder of
.Tf-! ,ThS all-ln caplUl stock of S4.000 Is di
vided into forty shares, valued at J100 each. F.
Mi Allen holds thirty-eight shares. Odon Gultar
Jn. one; and H, H. Bridgland. one.
,.H1.iT.po?ari?li?J,ard Company ha' paid-in
capital stock of J150.001. consltlng of 15,000 sharei.
ralued at J10 each. James R. Waddlll holds joo
shares. R. 8. Doubleday 100. T. F. Blount 1OT. P
K. Pylrcrter 100. Edward d'Arcv 25. E. II. Was
ner 25. nnd IL J. Cantwell 14.4io.
The- Rlalto Grain and Stock Compaiy has a
pald-ln capital stock of 123.000. divided into 250
2h?J"C8vXalued nt l0 erh- Joseph S. Ught
holder holds 209 shares II. D. Nlsblt 1. Ltwrincs
Talley 47, a A. Smith 1. and Frank A. C. Mac
Manus 1.
The Miller and Teasdale Commission Company
"SKA Pald-In-capltal stock of J25.000. consisting
of 250 shares, -valued at JIM each. Harvey p.
Miller holds 124 shares, Everett P. Teasdale 324.
and John W. Mllby 2.
LOST AND FOUND.
LTUKTlil. , .iii.. I11 ... ..i .
. . .J . .. ". " be uy me mem
bers of the family for the recovery of the bidy
f trs.' "inci!:1'a nischoff. drowned in the Mis
sissippi RUcr. Apply to Andrew lYanx, 1225 N
Thirteenth st.
rOCKETBOOK-Lost. black pocketbook on Sub
urhan car. Finder return to carpenter shop at
Jvcwstead ave. and Suburban road. Reward.
e-1?tT9PK-ros,, Pocketbook, containing
h bill and change; also order for chiffonier on
Joseph Peters and other papers. Finder can keep
"ny If they return book and papers. F. C.
.u,... , uKif, o Aseauinunu
RING Lost, weddlne ring: Inscribed A. If, to
J. Sixth St.; reward.
TERIHER-Lost, English bull terrier, whlteall
OTer. long ears; suitable reward. 3130 Clifton
place.
GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
POSITIVELY no work done by the American
Bhpe-Repalrlnc Company. 2355 Market St., on La
bor Day. J. B. Rless. proprietor.
PROPOSALS Sealed proposal will be received
by-D. E. Morgan. City Clerk. Hobart. Ok., until
oeptember 15 to make orellminarv survey and fur
nish" plans and specifications: also estimates cost
Stwater-works system sufficient for a city of
4,000 inhabitants.
EXCHANGE AND DARTER.
CARPENTER work for horse.
teenth st. Phone M 61S.
233 N. Seven-
uT HAVn notes, stocks and money that I want
to trade for nice homo. Z 235. Republic.
WILL trade good dividend-paying realty stock
ioc farm. L 221. Republic
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice is here
by given that a meeting of the stockholder of
the St. Louis nnd Meramec River Railroad Com
pany will be held at tha office or the company,
at De Hodlamont, In the city of St, Louis, Mis
souri, on the 24th day or SepterJi.r. 1S02. at the
hour of 9 o'clock s, m., for the purpose of voting
upon a proposition then and thero to be submit
ted to lncrea the capital stock of Fald company
from Two Million Dollars (H.ooo.ono.no). its pres
ent authorized capital, to Three Million Dollars
i$3,0O0.CG3OG): also for the purpose of votlnr: upon
a. proposition then and there to be submitted to
Increase the bonded Indebtedness of the company
or the Issuance ot bonds to the amount of Three
Million ($3.CO0.0M.O() Dollrs (of which bonds Onn
Million (H.OW.OOO.tvi) Dollars shall be reserved
for the sole purpose of retiring bondi of the com
pany to the same amount, beln all Its bonds
now outstanding), and to secure the payment
thereot by mortgaire or deed or trust upon the
property and franchises of the company; and also
to take the vote of the stockholders of the com
pany upon any other matter that may be brought
before said meeting pertalnlnc tn said pmpo'ed
Increase of raid capital stock, or to the dlspo-il
thereof, cr to the lsuance or or securing thq
payment ot said bonds or the disposal thereot.
or pertaining to the construction and equipment
ot Its Una ot railway or any portion thereof, or
any other matter pertaining to the busines af
fairs or said company that may be brought before
said meeting.
... . - s' KENNARD. President.
Attest: T. C Klmber. Secretary.
'STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice ! here
oy given that a meeting of tho stockholders of
the St. Louis and Suburban Railway Company
will be held at the office of the romnanv. at De
ITpdtarnpnt, In the city of St. Louts. State of
Missouri, on the twenty-fourth day or September
1S02. nt the hour or 9 o'clock a nt- for th" pur
pose ot voting upon a proposition then and there
to be submitted to Increase he cscltal stock of
said company trom three mlll'on dollars ($3 003.
000 00). Its present authorlred caoltal. to seven
million five hundred thousand dollars (J7.5W. 030.01) ;
and also for the nurpose of votinir upon a propo
sition then and hert to be submitted to ln-reaR
the bonded Indebtedness of said clmpany bv the
Issuance of bonds to the amount of seven million
five hundred thousand dollars O7.500.0M.00).
(of which bonds two millions three hundred thou
sand dollars shsll be r-served tor tho sole pur
pose ot retlrlnc; bonds of the company to the earn
amount, being all Its bonds now outstanding) and
to secure the payment thereot by mortgage or
deed ct trust upon property snd rranchlses of
said company, now owned or which may be here
'ter nroulred: and also to take the vote or the
stockholders or said company up-n snv other
matter' that may be broupnt betire said m-tlnr
pertalnlPK to said nropoed Increase rt said capi
tal stock, or to th disposal thereof, or to the
Issuance of or securing the pavment of said
bonds, or the dIsposl thereof or pertaln'ng to
the construction and eoulnment ! its lines of
rallwnv or to the acquirement or other prop
erty or any character, or any other matter per
taining to th? business affairs of sa'd company
that may be broucht her-" said metlig.
.... - 3 3L KENNARD, President.
Attest: T. C Klmber. Secretary.
DENTISTRY.
BOSTON Sttenm TVenfnl Tfnnrrt US W TMn
S?-Sela tMth. : nalnless 'extraction. 23c:
bridge work. $3. Open Sunday until 1.
,DR HARTMAN, dentist: examination frei;
special rates to working; people: plates J7; best
teeth. U to $7. X. w. cor. Eleventh and Franklin.
BOSTON Steam Dental Rooms, 415 N. Broad
way. between Locust and St, Charles: est. 1871:
cold flllinr, $1 up. Dr. J. II, Case, prop.
STTCAMSUIPa,
JAPflN-GHINA
PHILIPPINE ISLAND3 VIA
HONOLULU Paclrle Mall S.
B. Co.. Occidental rnd 0-ler.tal S. C Co. nnl
Oriental S. S. Co. From San Francisco: Gaelic.
September 3: Hong-Kong M.iru. September It
China, September 19. For passage and freight
rates, reservations, passage orders and Informa
tion apply to J. II. Lalhrop. general agent, 9J3
Olive st., St. Louis, Mo.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
COOK Position as lunch cook. 3)7 S. Four
teenth st.
COOK Situation by colored woman as coolc.
028 Evans.
COOK Situation by first-class cook In private
family; be.t of references. M 224. Hcpubllc.
COOK Situation by experienced cock, also
laundress or housemaid, or waitress. 300S Mor
gan st.
COPYING Lady would 1ik any kind of spy
ing work to do at home. X 177. Republic.
HOUSEKEEPER Situation by a rood colored
woman as housekeeper lur nice single man. Sa
dleliibbs. 1'JOl Franklin.
IIOUSEKEEPEB Situation bj housekeeper or
cook for resjectable parties; best references; ex
perienced. Call to-day. 4221 Lucky fit.
LAUNDRasS Situation by first-class laundress
by day cr to take home: or good place for cook
ing; wants work at once. Address 2S33 Howard.
SITUATION by honest woman; co home nights.
H22 Papln.
STENOGRAPHER Young lady de'lres a posi
tion as stenographer and to assist in office. K
224. Republic.
STENOGRAPHER Young lady stenographer,
file J ears' experience, wants position with re
liable firm: fuml-!! machine it necessary; rapid
Smith operator; lifbt-class reference. M 211, Re
public. UPHOLSTERING and repairing; mattresses
renovated. 75c up, in our house or In shop. 1753
S. Seventh st. adasky.
WORK Situation by colored lady to do family
washing at her home. 610 Morgan.
WORK By to-morrow, situation without laun
dry, best references. 515 N. Theresa.
STOVE &EPA8RS.
A. G. BItUER. 316-3U N. THIRD ST.
SITUATIONS WA XTED M A LE.
BARBER Wants position In good shop; Odd
Tellow or Free Mason preferred: would room
and board: haio tools. II 224, Republic.
CARPENTER Situation by first-class carpen
ter aj foreman or Inside work. X 221, Republic
COLLECTOR Young man of neat appearance
wishes iwsition as cutslde man. collecting or
1 epresenting . good references. E 222. Rcpublic
COOK Situation by excellent all-around white
male cook in family of boarding-house; best ref
erenccs; moderate wages. J.. 3KS Cook ave.
ENGINEER Situation bv competent engineer
and mechanic: knows electricity and willing to
work; license; references; In or out of city. Ad
dress Engineer. t353 S. Tenth st.
GOOD boy wishes to learn trade, tailoring pre
ferred H 223. RepuDlic
JANITOR Situation bv flrst-clas colored man
os janitor or porter. 704 N. Jerterson ae-
MACHINIST German, practical machinist,
wants position. Iniuire Martin Hoock. 501 S.
fcc en:h U
MANAGER rnsltion as- manager bv physician
and druggist; references. Doctor. 25C1 'Morgan Ft.
PORTER Situation by ilrst-cla33 all-around
porter or drier. T 225. Republic.
lOUTER Pitnatlnn hv n nMt uWn n pl.ih.
house colored porter, eood wages preferred. 1317
Chestnut.
POSITION Young man. 21. bright nnd not
arrald of work, wants position In o:Sce or to col
lect. X 223, Republic.
REPAIR MAN Situatlrn by an all-round house
repair man, w. Joo. 1123 Wagner aie.
SALES3IAN A lerv Industrious steady tnlddlo
nged man. with many years' experience in d'f
ferent tranches, wishes position In store as sales
nan. Address I. Behr. 511S N. Broadway, city.
WATCHMAN Fltuation as night watchman cr
caretaker by a respectable man; can t well
recommended; bend if necessary. K 205, Repub
lic. WORK Situation by j-ounc man in general
store or any business in country town. L.. llli
Francis st.
WORK A nice, elderlv gentleman wants nice
home, not afraid of work; small wages; Al ref
erences. O 230. Republic.
VORK Young man desires a position In a
real estate office: ha exptrlepce and can give
good references. K 230. Republic.
WORK Situation by young man of 2.1 In who
sale house or railroad offi': can furnish best of
references; honest and willing worker. F 230.
Republic.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
wsv,y.
Nnraes.
NURSE WANTED Experienced nurse: alio to
assist with light housework; good pav. 4473 Mor
can st.
NURSEGIRL WANTED Neat, joung. expcrl
enced girl to nurse ard do light work; refer
ence. 5670 Cabanne.
WET NURSE WANTED A healthy wet nurse
Apply with babv tn Doctor Hardy. 76.M S Broad
way. Office hours. 9 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m.
WOMAN WANTED-A middle-aged woman to
care for lady during confinement, 4S15B Easton.
Lnuxtdrraaes.
GIRLS WANTED Two rtrong young girls to
run operating machine. Unten Laundry 20,S
Morgan.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Strong girl for laun
dry and housework; small family. 3444 Pine.
IRONERS WANTED-One body Ironcr. on- la
dies' clotbo3 lroner. 4113 Olive st. Westminster
Laundry Co.
LAUNDRESS WANTED White laundress, to
take home washing for gentleman and wife; must
N flrst-clas and have references. Apply E5i8
v,i.uiiuv;,niii tvie. lurur iaraj.
MARKER AND ASSORTER vVANTEDFirst
clnai marker and sssorter; steady work; good
wage: references required. Imperial Laundry.
2S07 Chouteau ave.
WASHERWOMAN WANTED For lace cur
taln laundry. 2007 Olive.
WOMAN WANTED To wash and Iron.
Gibson ave.
4233
Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
APPRENTICE WANTED One who under
stands sewing, to learn ladies' tailoring. 92S
Sarah st.
GIRLS WANTED Girls to sew on coats.
Ohio av e.
2seo
GIRLS 'WANTED To work on top skirts and
petticoats. St. Louis Corset Company, Nine
teenth and Morgan.
"TlCHINEIIANDS WANTED-On pants. Ap
p!y 2719 Chippewa st.
MACHINE GIRLS WAXTED-To sew on pants
Apply 2216 Keokuk st.
OPERATOR WANTED Experienced button
hole operator: highest wage; steady work. Boul
evard Shirt Company, 616 N. Seventh st.
OPERATORS WANTED Experienced machine
operators on ladies' wrappers; good waes;
stead" work. M. B. Lovvcnstsln & Co., 713 N.
Eleventh st.
SHIRT-WAIST MAKERS WANTED We ray
highest prices In the city; steady work. Oilan
Bros.. 717 Lucas ave.
SKIRTMAKER9 WANTED-Experienced skirt
makers; steady work; irooa pay. Apply Meyer &
Goesallng Cloak Company, 717 N. Eleventh st.
Tlic Trades.
BUTTONHOLE MAKER WANTED Experi
enced buttonhole maker on custom vests- best
wages; steady position. 1403 rranklin, second
floor.
CHOCOLATE AND CREAM DIPPER AND
CANDY PACKER WANTED-PIows. SQlj Market.
GIRL WANTED Girl to dlpp'ng enamel; only
experienced need apply. St. Louis Enameling
Co.. Ninth and Monroe sts.
OPERATORS WANTED Experienced machine
perators on ladles' wrappers; Rood wages; steady
work. M. B. Lowenstein. 713 N. Eleventh.
OPERATORS WANTED Experienced operators
on Singer power rr.acnlne shoe stitchers pre
ferred. Apnlv Ferguson-McKInney Suspender
Tactorv. 411 N. Eleventh rt.
PRESS FEEDER WANTED-Experienced girl
feeder for job and pony press. 320 Locust st.
TAILORS WANTED To work on first-class
custom vests. Anplv- room 05. 421 Olive St..
Third National Bank building.
"WOMAN WANTED-Fo7light pressing and
finishing: good wages. Apply at encs. St. Louis
Cloak Co., 704 Washington ave.
WRIST-BAND HANDS WANTEDTeiTexperl
enced wrist-band hands. Apply Ferguson-McKln-ncy
Shirt Mfg. Co.. 1009 Lucas.
EXPERIENCED WAISTMAKERS
Can make from $7 to $12 a week at Isaac &
Rubensteln. 703 Lucas ave. Take elevator.
Coolca.
COOK WANTED
4346 Pine.
COOK WANTED A good
Pine st.
white cock. 2732
COOK WANTED Female cook.
Carr st.
Apply 1913
COOK "WANTED A good white cook, with ret
erenees: good wagM. 41(0 West Belle.
COOK WANTED-GIri for cooking; some'heuse
work; no laundry work. 4331 Washington.
COOK WANTED-Good woman cook, white
preferred: kitchen service only. 3303 Pine.
COOK WANTED Experienced girl for cooking;
mutt assist with washing and Iron. 2040 Victor st.
COOK WANTED Colored cook, with refer
ences: to go to country: wages $25. Apply 231S
Morgan.
COOK WANTED-Good girl or mlddle-n?ed
woman to assist with cooking and general house
work; no washing; cool wages. 4272 Ccok ave.
GIRLS WANTED Two rood girls, one to cook
and one for dining-room. 29W S. Seventh st.
Clerks and Collectors.
BRIGHT younc lady with business college ed
ucation, assist In office: $8 week. ISO OUT.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
SS.".---.
IIonneTTOrlf.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work. 3131 Franklin.
HOUSEGlRL "WANTED For small. private
family. 3135 Franklin.
HOUSEGIRL WANTBD-Girl for general house-
work. 3117 liaston ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
housework. 1523 Elliot ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply 761 Euclid ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
housework: $13. 2300 Victor.
HOL'SnGIRI WANTED Girl for general
housework. 4120 West Pine.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl for general
housework. 4155 I,arlede.
KOI'SEGIRL WANTED Girl for hcuro and
laundry work. 3Sus Morgan.
HOUSEGlItL WANTED Gcod houseilrl. 23W
St. Vincent ae.. downstairs
' HOUSEGIRL 'W'ANTEDGood girl for cer.era!
housowcrk. Apply 2715 Locust.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl for gen
eii tiuufrewcrk. 3510 Lawton ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIri for general house
work; no washing. 4571 Cuok ave.
HOUSEGIltL WANTED Girl for housework
in family of three. 23P3 Eads.
HOUSEGIRlT WANTED A "girl to do general
housework; no washing. 4211 I'ine
HOUsT:Gfl:i7VANTElwYounc girl for house
and dinlng-ioom wotk. S.ju2 I'luu st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Competent girl
general housework. 3417 Franklin.
for
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for
housework. 4131 Delmar boulevard.
general
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Rellable girl for gen
eral housework. Call 1327A Aulvrt ac.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
housework, good wages. E 2J1. Republic.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work, small family; Jlti. 26oS Morgan st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Gorman girl to
general housework, at once. 5140 Cabanne.
do
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework no washing. 4I33A Russell ae.
IIOCSECSIIIL WANTED Glri for general
housework: tour-room fiat. 3137 St. Vincent.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl for gen
eral housework; small family. 311 Locust.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good "girl for general
housework. C330 Clifton ave.. Clifton Heights.
"HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do general
housework: no washing or Ironing. 5233 Maple.
HOUSE WOMAN WANTED Woman fc
housework. 1225 Hodlamont ne.; OlUe st. car.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework, flat of four rooms. 103 Hickory.
HOUSEGIRLV.-ANTED G!rl to do general
housework, no washing or Ironing. 23i2 Lucas.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A neat girl to help
with housework; must be cxperlencei, 23J7 Lucas.
WOMAN WANTED A German woman for gen
eral housework; small lamlly. 4j62 Morgan tt.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
housework; no washing. 1016 Cass ac, upaCulrs.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for
housework in family of three. Apply 22
general
7 Lucas.
WOMAN WANTED Middle-aged woman for
housework and care of children. 354 Russell ac
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
housework: small family. 2JJ3A St. Vincent mc.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Willing girl for gen
eral housewctk; go home nights. 2&iv.Y Sallian
ae.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Strong, experienced
girl lor general housework; good wages. 42iS
Blaine.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work; no washing or Ironing; goou wages. 2iU
Laclede.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do house
work In fiat; small lamliy; no washing. 51CJ Fair
mount ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl far general
housewoik; rmall family; good wages. 4232 Cas
tleman ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A German girl t'i as
sist with general housework; good home. Sit, La.
Salle ft.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general
licusevvork; family of two; good wages. 3315
Maple ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
work: with or without washing; good wages.
3330 Page ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Reliable German plrl
for general housework; good wages. 2337 Si.
Louis ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to di general
houwork: good home to right person. 1302
Hickory st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young girl to assist
with housework: no washing or Ironing. S53S
Law-ton ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house
woik; colored or white; wages $15 month. Apply
1453 Diddle St.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl for gen
eral housework; small family; no children. 1223
Morrison ae.
HOU9EG1RL WANTED Good German girl for
general housework; srnall family; good wagej.
571S Vernon ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED German girl for gen
eral housework; family of three. Apply at 2ol7
Lafayette ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Whlt Klrl for gen
eral housework in fctnatl family; no washing.
4167 Cleveland ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
housework in a small family; German preeried.
3S31 Cleveland ave.
HOUSEGIRirwANTED Good rlrl to do gen
eral housework: no laundry; smill family; gjod
wages. 5127 Falrmouut av c.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED GoodgTrl to asVst in
light housework; small family; good homo to
suitable person. t0 O'Fallon.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED First-class woman
to do general housework: small flat, three in
family; good pay. 203 Morgan st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Competent German
girl to do housework; no outside work; keep
other help; gocd wages. 4!5G Washington.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
houwork: German preferred; good place: must
go homo at night; no children. 3C05 N. Ninth.
HOUSEWOMAN " WANTEDMIddle-aged mm".
an, German, for general housework. Call at 1531
Hogan. 1 to 3 p. m.
HOUSEWOMAN 'ANTEDWoman for gen
eral housework; small family: good permanent
home, with Christian. S024 Lawton.
UtcnoGTapliers,
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Young lady ns
stenographer and general office assistant: must
be willing to work for experience at start. Ad
dicss. stating age, L 224. Republic.
ShorihandJouchTypewrifitig
Private shorthand collese. d'y and night
school; exclusively ladies In daytime; nights,
ladles and gentlemen; Individual instruction; po
sitions secured graduates; call; Investigate. Mrs.
Barnes, 3501-SM3-Ca5 Olive st.
""COLLEGE OF'COMMERCE.
3101 MORGAN ST.
Positions serured: shcrthand, $7 per month;
night school, $5. Call or write.
BUSINESS
Iz&quasJ)
tttU, COLlF. OF.
.
102 N. Fourth St. (Opposite Planters Hotel)
Tuition six months, night $21. Instruction In
shorthand, typewriting, boukkeeplnz. penmanship,
grammar, spelling, commercial law, commercial
arithmetic: cay and night sesaicns.
'mwd&MmMMm
EsUbfisced 20 Years. 907 Lccust Street. ST. LOWS.
Thorough Courses in Bookkeeping, Short,
hand. Touch Typewriting- and English
branches. Instruction individual. This school
furnishes a first-class preparation for business,
and Rrcurcspositionsforitsgraduates. SO-paga
illustrated catalogue free
T
BfiY SHD NiQBT S0H8DL.
Day school, 6 menths. $50; one month. 110;
night school. 8 monlrs. $25; 3 months. 51 S; one
month. $3. Shorthand, bookkecplnK, touch type
writing, penmanship, etc Individual Instruction
a spec.alty; no classes. Largest shorthand col
lege in St. Louis. Positions trorured for grad
uates. Call for catalogue, Hartsock & Jones's
Business College. 7H. 715. 71C. 717. 71S. 715. 720.
721 Holland building. Seventh street, between
Olive and Pine streets, nnd Olivia building.
Grand avenue and Windsor place, opposite Hih
School. Telephones, Lindell 1249. KInloch D 2078.
Klr.loch A (Til.
Waitresses.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED-Experienced
dlnlcg-rocm girl. Restaurant. 300S S. Jefferson.
GIRL WANTED For dlning-rocm and general
housework. 2615 Olive.
GIRL WANTED Experienced colored girl for
dining-room and chamber work for private boaid-Inc-r.ouse:
must go horn? at night. 220-1 Pine.
WAITRESSES WANTED Burlington Restau
rant, IC1S Market.
WAITRESS WANTED An
waitress. 517 St. Charles st.
experienced arm
Miscellaneous.
CHOCOLATE AND CREAM DIPPER AND
JANDY PACKER -VVANTED-Flows. 20H Market.
DISHWASHERS "WANTED Luytles Lunchery.
S14 N. Sixth st,
DISHWASHER WANTED Woman for dlsh
washlng. 105 N. Sixth st.
DISHWASHER WANTED Woman dishwasher.
Hotel Betnent. 1402 N. Broadway.
"DISHWASHERS WANTED Two women dish
washers. Southwest corner Ninth and Morgan.
V -4S II V y J ir JJ I
f X. r -n- - --
ALL
That look upon tliee Wanfs that People
ADVERTISE
Will find that what they're seeking within these Want Ads
LIES.
ALL
That listen to advice from those who've known
FOR YEARS
Will use Republic Want Ads when to them a Want
APPEARS.
ALL HANDS
That toil for daily bread in these Southwestern
LANDS
Can through these Magic Want Adlets supply all their
DEMANDS.
All Eyes See, All Ears Hear and All Hands Feel That
REPUBLIC WANT ADS BRING RESULTS.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Miscellaneous.
DISHWASHER WANTED Female dishwasher.
The- lirietlliig Restaurant, 411 N. Broadway, up
stalrs. DISHWASHER WANTED A good colored
woman to vih dishes. RU Ing'n Hotel, Seventh
and Walnut sts.
GIRL WANTED Pantry girl. The Brietllng
Restaurant. 411 N. Broadway, upstairs.
GIRL WANTED-Strong girl to washdislies
and scrub: $3 per week. 2912 Washington.
GIRLS WANTED 100 girls to pick nuts; week
work; good my. Apply 51S N. Second et.
GIRL WANTED Girl to wash dishes nnd to
assi&t in housework: no washing. Call 6121 Eas
ton ave.
GIRLS WANTED Week work, $3 to $3 per
week, according to ability. Ar.ply 100 N. Com
mercial st.
GIRLS WANTED Fifty girls; steady work all
summer and winter: good pay. Apply at once.
Funrten's. Commercial and Olive sts.
Ori7liiTOESWANTED-ExperIenced opera
tors rn muslin underwear; none others need ap
plv. sterling Manufacturing Company, 1421
Olive.
SCRUBWOMAN WANTED
At drug etore, 2J1 Morgan st.
WOMAN WANTED-A
work. 2333 Franklin ave.
weman for kitchen
HELP WASTED MALE.
BARBER v ANTED
44is";N Broadway.
I'.ARUER WANTED Good
Broaawa.
bather. 1307 X.
BARBER WANTED
S19 Chestnut st.
BARBER WANTED-Good. steady barber at
2524 A St. Lcuis ave.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber: $10cuaran
teed. ,OI7 Morgan.
BARBER WANTED Steady barber: Saturday
and Sunday. 1124 Cass.
BA EBEE "WANTED Young barber. ApplyMS
S. Hlgn st.. Belleville. III.
BARBER WANTED-Unlon
Clair ave.. East St. Louis, 111.
scale. 1502 St.
BAHBER WANTED Barber for Saturday and
Sunoay; $1. 70i Market St.
BARBER WANTED Klrst-clats barber; steady
Jou. hoou wages. -ot4 N. Tajlor.
BARBER VA2;ti:d Young Larber for Satur
day and Sunoa. JJ2 S Broadway.
BARBER WANTED Barber tor Saturday and
Sundav . 4.&J guaranteed. I3j5 Cass.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Satur
day and bunda ; $4. 317 Walnut st
BARBER WANTlTDForSaturday and Sun
day, guarantees. Apply 1013 O Fallon.
BARBER WANTED A gcod barber for Satur
day una &unJj , 1. li'jl S. uroauvvuy.
"BARBER WANTED Steady man. with tools.
Cu bt. Louis ave.. Last M. Louis, III.
BARBER WANTED For Saturday and Sun
day; $4 guaranteed. J04 b. Fourteenth.
BARBER WANTED Union barber: Saturday
and bunday; $l.5) guaranteed. ?20 Lyncn.
BARKER WANTED Baiber lor Saturday and
Sunuay; $1. ll-i O'1-nlloii St.; bring tuuls.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Satur
day und sunaay; $1 guarumecd. 25 Utah.
BARBERS WAN1LD Two barters; one steady
and one lor Satuiday tnu aunjay. 4J4 astun.
BARBER WANTED A good tarber for Satur
day and aunuay; $4 guaranteed. 15iJ Pranjiiiu.
BARBER WANTED Barber for Saturday and
Sunujy; 4 and boaru. itrjv .Natural uridxu road.
BARBER WANTED At once. Apply before 3
o'cioei.. aixteentn ana Brcaawai-. Kai,t St. Louis.
BARBER WANTED with llcense;"?4 forSat
uruuy una buuaay, bteaay 11 bUlted. 2Ui Lu-
Clfcdfc.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Satur
day ana cunUa . t cua.ianteeu. 1)01 TankJin;
union shop.
BARBER WANTED-1701 N. Broadway; steady
job; good wages. William Wennch ptcferied.
Cull at once,
llARDER WANTED-Good barter at one:
sleaay job; $pj guaranteed. Nu.Hu. Hotel bh-p,
ituj Market st.
BARBER WANTED First-ciass barber for
Saturuay and Sunday. Iwtmlet.i Century Shop,
1721 iuaiket st.
1IAUBUK WANTED A young man, with one
ana a uai: or mo gears' experience; $b per ween.
Lao.: W. orand.
R,RnER WANTED-Good barber wanted for
Saturday and funuay. H.t KUarantcea. Corner
of I'estalozzi ana rtattna.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber. Saturday
and Sunday; must be iirat-ciass; wugea 5. Call
tniiav. j, 1,3 n. tSTvj.iv.uy.
BARBER WANTED-First-cIass barber: gcod
v.ugt-3, half day on; no tunaay work. Call
Mouuay or Tuetday, Pujerer a: Dreyer, 222 E.
Malnbt-, Beiievibe. Hi.
BARTENDER WANTED First-class tartend
er, steady position; top wages; also saiuon porter;
tjtrman prdeired. 12.0 ouve st.
BRICKLAYERS WANTED Twenty-five brick
lajcrs; Suburbjn power-house. East St. Louis.
1IL . lunK Joo.
BUfcHELMAN WANTED Ed Hart. Jr.. Broad
way and Olive st.
BUTCHER WANTED Butcher that can work
In slaugnter-house. cuas. ilentz. sixteenth and
O'Fallon sts.
CABINETMAKERS WANTED
22i Lomtard.
CARPENTERS AND CARBCILDERS WANT
ED Apply it'jo Do Kalb st.
CARPENTERS WANTED Steady work. Apply
at Armour a Co., national stov xarus, r.ast
tt. Louis, ill.
CARPENTERS. ETC,
WANTED Carpenters
ana car buiisete. Arply
Foundry Co., Madison. 111.
AU.erii.an vrur ana
CARRIAGE PAIN'lER WANTED Young car
riage painter. 2621 S. Jefferson.
COMPOSITORS WANTED J. 6. Shultx 4 Co.,
U17 Pine st.
COMPOSITORS WANTED Compositors,
ply S13 Olive st.. room 17.
Ap-
cDoiCWJ
VANTED White man cook. CaU at ait
Olive et.
COOK. ETC.. WANTED Male cook and dish
washer. 306 N. Eleventh st-
DRAUGHTSMAN WANTED Young draughts
man to work on fine architectural drawings.
Joseph Conrad, 810 Olive st.
EYES
EARS
Anr druggln will
telephone jour ad
to Tho Republic.
HELP WANTED SIALE.
"- ---f-ar-M-ii-i-ii-i n n n
The TraUca.
'J''' " " , -aJara-a-aiLsmai
ENGINEER
wanted Licensed engineer;
. , iJii miu' 'man plant; steady Job. T 3, Re-
sHl WANTED -Good gear finisher.
BrechtAutomoblIe Company, 1207 Cass ave.
.TF11 WANTED-Good custom boot and
shoe titter: must be teady. McNamara Shoe and
Last Company. 2JC N. Sixth st.
. JIfPIlIST . WANTED-One that und-rstand
small greenhouse furnace, cutting and flowers:
to be generally useful on gentleman's place. A
.ln7iEC? TITERS WANTED-Must b- flrst
Broadw mC"' P y ll- We::hU3- 1 s-
pSii:?1-iKEIk. WANTED-Goo.1 gearmaker.
PiperCarriageCo.,Seventh and Poplar sts.
HAMMER MEN AND BUCSBr'cpS WANTED
Granlte St"!ailV: Amcr,can ht"!l 'ndry Co..
HAKXES?3IAKER WANTED-Call
Janssen. 1300 N. Thirteenth st.
H.
.t?IflAr'NS5MAIlE,lsL'vv'ANTnD-At once, twen-t-iivo
Uj first-class hame"smaker3 for new fac
r"NI App y slmmons Saddlery Company, 314-310
. liBAZ CUTTER WANTED-Younc meat cut
ler. 102g Hodlamont ave.
PArERHANGERS WANTED-A11 rrembers of
Local. 211. to meet at Llghtstone Hall Monday,
a a. m., to participate In Labor Day parade- get
uniforms at Famous. L. H. Lacey. Rec. Sec.
RANGE MOUNTER- WANTED-rirst-ciasi
lange mounter; must be steady and a good me
chanic. Address P. o. Box Si), city.
SHOEMAKER:ANTED-lratciass shoe
maker; has to do a good eew job; half what be
makes: single man preferred. 4561 Delmar boule
ard. TINNER WANTED
S10 S. Fourth st.
UPHOLSTERERS WANTED Three good up
holsterers. II. O. Donlgan Upholstering and
Bedding Mfg. Co.. southeast corner Fifteenth
and Pine sts.
BARBER WV D A flrst-class barber:
wages $14 n week: permanent position. Apply at
vnvtr Kr .u, o. XldJl, VlLUIl. 111.
WANTED rour experiencea men to lay out
steel structural work: marr.ed mn preferred.
Colorado Fuel and Iron Company. Pueblo. Colo.
Stenographers.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED-Competent male
stenographer; one with own machine preferred :
about six weeks' work; state terms. D 221. Re
publics poys.
BOY WANTEDBoy. Apply 522 Pine St.. third
floor.
BOY WANTED To work In kitchen.
CS5 Olive.
BOY WANTED-Bcy to work In drug store.
4575 Delmar.
BOY WANTED Pantry boy for Allen's lunch
room. Cll Tine st.
BOYS WANTED Three boys that understand
Job printing. 123 N. Broadway.
BOYS WANTED Bootblack and porter in bar
btr shop: steady work. S627 N. Grand.
BOY WANTEDBoy to work in drug storefe!
perience preferred. 363 N. Boyle ave.
BOY" WANTED Experienced boy to drive de
livery wagon. O. A. Dessner. 50i4 Page.
BOYS WANTED Bell boys. National Hotel,
East St. Louis. Call at once. Good pay.
BOY WANTED Neat, bright bov. about 1$
years old. Progress Mfg. Co.. 717-713 Lucas ave.
BOY WANTEDBoy to work in carriage paint
shop. Elrick. Davis c. & W. Co.2010 Market st.
BOY WANTEDBoy to wTork in drugstore:
fine chance to learn the business. 52 230. Repub
lic. BOY WANTED-Good. henest boy to learn the
drug business, in neighborhood of Union and
Easton ave.
BOY WANTED Neat, clean boy to work In
meat market; one with experience preferred. 1313
N. Sarah st.
BOYS WANTED Boys about IS years old to
wa-h bottles. Standard Bottling Co, Ann and
MeNalr aves.
BOY WANTED Bright. energtic office boy:
must be a hustler. Apply 9 a. m.. fourth floor
Gav building. The Haskell-Bragdon Co.
BOY WANTEDBoy 17 to 11 jears: good
penman; wholesale grocery; state age. experi
ence and salary expected. A 22. Republic
BOYS WANTED Distillery. s.-.me office experi
ence, rapid advancement. $3: wholesale office, $3.
54. $3: two large loys. $5; telephone boy. Insur
ance. S3: onlv- bright, neatlv- rtresed. wWI-m-in-nereil
boys need npply. Leigh Bros.. 1026 Cen'ury.
BURNISHER WANTED Burnisher and l.ovs
In bottomlng-room. Pete'er Shoe Mfg. Co.. north
cast corner Second and Pine sts.
BUSBOY WANTED-The Brietllng Restaurant.
411 N. Broadway, upstairs.
OFFICE "BOY " WANTED-Bright office boy.
Apply personally. Herf & Frerlchs Chemical Co.,
45zS S. Broadway.
Clerks aptl Collectors.
ANTI-TRUST IUNDRY. : N. Broadway
Shirts. 7ic; collars and cufTs. 2Cc dozen; under
wear. 5c; socks, 3c; work guaranteed.
CHECKER for hotel storeroom. $45 month,
room and board: young man preferred. 1220 Olive.
CLERK WANTED Experienced grocery clerk;
single; must speak German; nave reference. A.
M. Beckerkord. 9J6 Cass ave.
COLLECTOR WANTED Real estate brokerage
compnnv: J12.50. Miller. S19 Olive st.
COLLECTORS WANTED Five good collectors,
ever 25. with soliciting ability preferred; perma
nent. Call 4)7 Holland building.
DRUG CLERK WANTED-Good pay to right
man. 2231 Franklin ave.
DRUG CLERK WAITED Junior drug
or apprentice. 2201 Fianklln.
GOOD debits open and no lapses for Insurance
men or others with soliciting ability: b:lght fu
tute. Call room 2J1-204. Benolst balldlng.
MAN WANTED Abrisht. Intelligent man to
collect, etc: good compensation: references re
qulied. II 211. Republic
OFFICE MAN WANTED Assistant. $40: bock
keeper. $70: traveling salesmen. Miller. 313 Olive.
OFFICE MAN WANTED Young man. 17 to 13
years old. for office work; one who has some
Knowledge of bookkeeping preferred; must live
with parents: $5 per week to start: exceptional
opportunity for advancement. Address, in own
handwriting, F 229. Republic.
RAILROAD record clerk: young man, some
experience. $10. $45. Leigh Bros.. 1026 Century.
YOUNG man to manage branch office outside i
r-'r?-?-iiswmrxrVTcm limn
HELP WANTED MALE.
I.aljorcrs.
LARORERS WANTED-Laborers. Apply 2s03
De Kalb st.
LABORERS WANTED Aprly American Car
and Foundry Co.. Madison, III.
LABORERS VA.NTEU-Al rock cruhr. on
lot. Lucas ate., between Twentieth and Twenty-
LABORERS WANTED Steady work. Apply
at Armour Si Co., National Mock lards. East
St. Louis. III.
1 lAi.iuGiis waxteu Fire-clay loaaers. i:ouio
fn ll.nrtter friUiMn Jln. nmt Pin. k,
MEN WANTED Twentv-tie men. 2" c"nts per
liou-. J. W. Thcrarsnn. Main and Miller sf.
MEN WANTI3JJ 21) mn for comranv .ork.
M.. K. & T R It. work in Indian Territory;
free payi. A"p!y 1J20 N. Third st-
31EN WANTEI Twenty men for B. Lintary
Son' work m Indian Territcr . free p.i. Aply
J. Brady. 122J N. Thlrtl st. Ship to-night
QUAIUtYiinN AND LVBOItTSlS-WANTED
East St. Iiuls stone Co. Quarry. I'alllnc Sprtias
III. Ghi:r S. Itrnshaw surwrlntendent. City
oftlce. 40 Missouri ae., Eat St. Louis
',v. ... !. . , A.v n. iVI. ..-. i. .. ..tt.... n
i v 11,1, irt a'fuui u.iAr lumi ,. .- i,..-.t.. ...
, ply on Job at St. Ferdinand and West Talor. W.
j J.' Redmond.
Bookkeepers.
feIm
ctiktjfi i,r; a.M,.
Will rpn Mondav. September 1 The commercial
and English branches, the Pitman and Grerg
systems of shorthand, telecraphy. business writ
ing, etc., will be thoroughly taught by competent
teachers. Apply at the cnltege, fifth tiMr of tho
Century building, corner OHe and Ninth sts.
Walters.
DINING-ROOM MAN WANTED Experienced
dining-room man: colored preferred. 2035 Park
axe.
Miscellaneous.
ATTENDANT WANTED A first-class lady
Turkish bath attendant. P. De Donato. Carlctoa
building
"rLORIST WANTED Competent and reliable
florist; married man. Sd) IMmar ave.
HOSTLERS WANTED Two gocd hostlers. 2S01
Laclede a', e.
HOSTLER WANTED Single man who thor
oughly understands cire of horses and vehicles;
mut be sob-r and lnuustrlous: no other need
apply; references required. Apply at 1215 S. Jef
ferson. HOUSEMAN WANTED Colored man for housj
and dining-room work, city references required.
3741 est l'lnu.
HOTEL, cafes and saloon waiters: good wages.
Good tish and oster man, $10. $12 week.
Fireman and assistant tnslneer. J4J month.
Bugywashers and hostlers. $45. $5o; driven,.
Dellverj' drivers, S10. 512 week: stoie patter.
Handy man around store. $J5; board and room.
Young shop butcher. $.. S3u; boaid. loom.
Colored couple, private place, $J5. JO: steady.
Two married ccupies, farm v.orK, $35, $10; board.
Farm hands, milkers and gardeners; stead
work.
'Bu. bell and billiard-room men; posters.
Bartender, $40: board and room; porter. $35.
Men fcr private places, $20, $25, steady.
llrst. second, third cooks; city and country.
Hotel houseman and hotel yardman; steadj.
Kitchen men. $6. $7, $8: hotel porters, $25; board.
Two good grocery clerks; gocd wages; s'eady.
100 laborers, teamsters. est Mo., $1.75 day.
SJ laborers, teamsters. Ind. Ter.; free pass.
All l.lndi laborers; North. South. East. Vtt.
All people out of work call on the oldest ani
largest employment company in St. Louis.
Natloral Employment- Co., 113-115 N. Sixth st.
-KITCHEN MEN WANTED Ncrmandle Hotel.
Ttn-iutii st. and Franklin ave.
MAN WANTED To attend horse and cows.
Call by 15 n. m. 3i01 Magnolia ave.
MAN WANTBD Young man to work In fac
tory, southwestern Straw Woiks. IOuU N. Broad
way. MAN WANTED -
permanent iiosltion.
3I Manchester.
To distribute circulars: is
Apply at once. The Fair.
MAN AND WIFE WANTED No children: gn
eral work; suburbs; references. Apply 123 X.
Eleventh st.
MAN AND WIFE" WANTED Man and wife or
widow with a daughter, who have some experi
ence running a first-class b anllng-house. either
on salary or hair prints, neeu no capital but ex
perience and w illn.gness- to work. E 220, Re
public. MEN WANTED Ten 1-anJy men; factories and
machine shops. $11. Miller. 510 Olive.
MEN WANTED Young men to sell goods on
passenger trains. Apply 25 S. Twentieth st.
MEN WANTED Three young mm for through
daylight run on passenger trains; good wages.
12.0 Olive.
MEN WANTED Stout younc men. factory
work, $10 week; also truckers and wagon help
ers. 12M Olive.
MILKERS WANTED-Experienced milkers. 333
Oliv c.
" OFfTFe MAN WANTED Thoroughly compe
tent office man by corporation manufacturing
workingm-n' clothing, to man with nionev win
make profit-sharing contract. M 217. Republic.
PACKER WANTED Young man with some ct-
rerlence in packing glass and china ware. Apply
lall Chemical Co.. 30S N. Fifteenth.
"rORTER"lVAXTED-A" man porter. 1212 N.
Broadway.
PORTER WANTED A good tiorter fcr barber
6hop Call at once, 2112 Chouteau ave.
STABLEMANW.NTED- S!rglm!ddlMzed
man to do stable work. 23j$ Iowa ave.
WANTED Laborers, carpenter . machlnis-s
anud teamsters to read Solar Furnace ad under
"Business Chancei-"
YOUNG man learn grocery business. $3; b., r.
Janitor, porter, d-lver. wholrs-iie hous.
Young men learn trades, iy w -eT.
I'antrj man. yaidman. Nll, 'bus h-yr.
4!arpenters. helpers, planing mill hands. $1.75
Col factory laborer. $10; porter. $0.
Other places: all work guaranteed.
Miller Emplojmer.t Co.. 913 Olive st.
Mercantile College. Lincoln Trust buildins. Sev
enth and Chestnut srt3- Individual liatxiictloa
riven In nookketpinc. Penmanship. Shorthand.
Tj pewrltlnp. Ar.thmetlc. Grammar, etc. rait
teim. day and night, open fcept. 1. Call, tele
phone or -write for catalogue
AGEATS AXD SALCSMEX
VlWWMiWwv.i.
Azents.
AGENTS WANTED Men agents. Call at 2J43
S. Jefferson, nt 12 o'clock noon, Friday.
AGENTS WANTED To i-ell our gold, glass
and white enameled letters; blue steel clgns. C.
T. Hubbart. 1202 Ciark. St. Louis.
AGENTS WANTED Agents to ell stocks ot
high-standing Investments that will pay big
monthly income; eitraridlnary Inducements und
pennarent position to right party. Address Wis.
Stock Co.. c $3 Michigan St.. Milwaukee.
MAIL-ORDER Men or Agents We are closing
out our stock at 5-tc on the dollar to make room
for other lines: chance of a lifetime to secure.b'g
tiargalns In all kinds stap'o and novelty gcods.
Consolidated Surply Co., 1113 Locust St.. SL
Lou.s.
Salesmen.
MEN of good business address and ability; none
others need apply; salary $50 per week; call to
day only. 323 lialland building.
SALESMAN WANTEI-Ftrst-clas experienced
cigar salesman. W. T. Bishop Co.. 213 s seventh.
SALESMAN WANTED Experienced salesman
for established trade with weal.hy famines.
1'aul fhortrldge. Room C. The Odeon.
Solicitors.
HUSTLERS WANTED For tea and coffee
routes; family trade; liberal Inducements to
competent men. Apply afur 10 a. m. at orncc or
Great Western Coffee and Tea Co.. 1117-1113
Franklin ave.
MIsccIln neons.
GIRL WANTED For stamping; gTod pay: taks
work home; no experience. Store. 2S30 Olive.
rART.VCRS 1VAXTED.
PARTNER with small capital to manufactuse
gasoline engines and automobiles; established;
investigate. 4157 Easton.
PARTNER WANTED A partner with $2'0 to
manufacture quick salable necessitv; large profits
and quick sales; call to-day. 2050 Dickson st.
PARTNER In pajlng secondhand furniture
store, located in heart of secondhand dlstrlct
Easton and Franklin. M 225. Republic
EMFLOVMErtT AGENCIES.
tWs'Mmmi
vsii
ALL thesef deslrlni? heln or peeklnr situations
may register with the Free Kmploment Bureau
of the ctate Later Bureau cf Statist!'?. SIS1-
Chestnut at.: fituatlnn and help furnished frc
of charce. TeL Kinloch A 3S1.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.
COINS. United Slates and foreign: unused
United States and fore.gn postage stamps wanted
tor cash. St. Louis Stamp and Coin Co., I'XS
Pine st.
HOT-AIR furnace
public.
cheap for cash, a 230, Re-
SECONDHAND cabpet file fcr letters: must be
cheap. Y 229. Republic.
TO adopt a oun Infant: good home; personal
conference desired. Y 225. Republic
Also gold, silver, brass and copper plating; re
pairing, axtdizlnir and lacquering at reasonable
prices. Pegge & Mustek. 717-713 Market st.
CPDAO IRnU BONES, etc Mayer Fertlilxer
dUnfir InUn & junk Co.. 1023 N. Twelfth
St., St. Louis. Mo. Est. !. Send for prices.
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nORSES AND VEHICLES.
Wanted.
BOX-WING wncon. 2-Inch axle;
good shape. 2710 Market.
must c ta
GOOD plug horse: must be cheap; also light
spring wagon. 237 S. Leflingwell. third goor.
SECONDHAND grocery wagon; in good condi
tion. Apply 7i)13 Old Manchester. Thone C ISS3.
" WANTED secondhand automobile, light; must
be cheap. 23-1 Cass ae.
For 3ale.
AT all times a number of flna horse of all
klr.d3 and prices. Soaford & Jones, 711 N.
in"rtra av.
BARGAIN: good horse, suited for any work;
good drUer. also mare. J."0. 23130'Fallon;
BLCK horseTKS. suitable for light deliery:
new .:eel-tired runabout. 25; ako harness. Rear,
1C20 Ohe;
CHEAP Hor. wagon and ham Aoply at
renroee and Wabash tracks, Schllllnser Bros.
DKLIVERV horse. 1G Lands, for drMng horse;
bring horse. 815 N. Lecnird.
GOOD three-quarter buggy for sale cheap. 44J1
Easton ave.
HARNESS Do tan nam a rood set for llttla
money? The best a-crtment lr. the city: new
an I secondhand A. Tm-ki-tt. 1522 N. Broadway-
HEAVY team draft horses, two delh ery horses,
furniture an, good storm bujtgy and harness.
iX F David, contractor. 104 S. Jefferson ave.
HORSE, weighs 1.40). sound. J13; farm or
work mare. scunJ. J33. 1617 Carr st.
HORSE, harness and storm buggy, cheap; rld
Ine nnd driving pony: delivery mare; bargain.
1S14 Mcrgan.
MULES Fine span. ' years old. suitable for
fast dellverj wagon, price J25U. 1623 Olive st.
ONE mule, for ash wagon; cheap,
queue-.
311 puchoti-
ONB newly
Chouteau ave.
painted storm buggy. $20. 233S
PEDDLER wagon and harness for sale.
N. Twentieth st.
4231
RUBBLKTIRE storm buggy, never been run:
cost ?'J: will sell for J135; bargain that cannot
bo found every day. 3313 Laclede ave.
RUNABOUT. In first-class condition, cheap. J.
II Brown. 1713 Morgan.
SORREL hone. 13 hands high, a beauty for
storm buggy or runabout: cheap. 202S Market st.
SOUND, gentle mare, brass-mounted harness
and newly painted runabout. 4411 Easton.
SPAN mall mules and harness; guaranteed
sound pullers: can be sen at 716 Morgan at.
STORM buggie". gro-eri. pedJler. milk, under
taker, light advertising and truck s.rin;r stake
wagona. John Tobinka. 14-H5 N. Seventh st.
TEAM horses. $55. delivery horse. $25: mule,
$25: wagon and harness. 2710 Locust St.
TEAM work horses: work single or double:
worth $100;se!lfcr $120.261tS. Broadway
THREE horses, one good suckling colt. Call
1020 N. Seventh st-
THREE horses can be bought at a bargain;
exprcs wagon and harness. 1S12 Morgan.
TWO good driving horses: yceng and sound and
city Lroke; also cheap work plus. 27i3 Pine, rear.
TWO nlug hors. $15 and $23: two-horse spring
wason. $25. newly painted park wagon. $20; pony
cart. S7.5.i: CuLan shepherd dog, 3 months old.
1421 Cass ave.
McCABE-BIERMAN WAGON CO.
Wagonettes, denot waffom. pallbearer carrtacea.
1225-1217 N. lircadway.
ON account of alterations to our bulldlrvr. w
are obliged to vacate same and seek temporary
quarters tI?enhere We desire to move as few
Euods as noslMe Tho opportunity to bay fcar
FUIns in the efclcle line Is therefore now offered
vou. We have the meat complete line of Pleasure
and Cuslr:e?s Vehicles In the city. Be sure to
se u thts. ncek if you are in the market for a
Vehicle of anv kind.
STUOESAKER'S, 915 N. Broadway.
IIOCSniIOLD GOODS.
AVautcil.
ABSOLUTELY full value pal I far entire con
tents of houses. C3ts. etc- M. Dickson. 3430 Lu
ca ave : Kinlorh C 1IS7.
ABSOLLTLLY highest cash price paid for sec
ondhand furniture, carpets, stoves and feathers;
sen ' postal 113 N. Twelfth st. Joe Benslnger.
ALL Kind furniture, pianos, carpets, contents
hous. store, bought; higl.est prices paid. J. G.
Woempner. :V1 Cass ave. Phcne D 1247.
A I A, kinds ef furniture, pianos, carpets, con
tents of houses, fiats, stores bought: hlgnest price
paid. Wolff. 2C43 Park; phone C 465; Main 1SS0M.
rEATHERS Send fcr M SDfel.nan. 20-S OHv
St.. If vcu want to get the hlgnest values and
lio-rt weirht- en-i p s'al.
FILL value paid for all l.Ir.d of furnitur".
stoves, carpels. feath-r. his or little lets: send
postal. Slack. 2T25 Franklin ave.
SECONDHAND furniture, stoves, etc: large or
rrr.all lots, bought nt residence cr store; good
prices given by Gibsrn. 2219 Wash st.
For Sale.
CONTENTS of a f:ur-room flat; separate or tn
bulk. 4713 Delmar uve.
TINE Radiant Hem- stove;
cheap. 283 Hasten ave.
aho round oak;
FIVE beautiful new gas fixtures. 2.
and kitchen light; $i2.50. 3.CJ Pine.
4 ball
GAS fixtures for ten rqoms; also screens. 2532
r'.ne st.
HAIR mattress, box spring- leather seat arm
chairs, at a sacrifice. 1205 Olive st.
MEN'S shoes half soled. 35-; rubber h-elj put
on. 35c: work cuarar.teed. The Electric Shoe Re
pairing Co.. 1SJI Olive st.
NEW furniture, mi'fit rrgs. etc.: big saving
fcr cash: time slven if desired. New Y'ork Stor
se Company 2213 Wash st.
NINE-ROOM house, ro-npl-t-dy furn'shed; gool
locttron for boarder', very leas.nable. 4173 Y,Vst
Belle ptac.
SIX ialrs lace curtains, four pairs portieres;
cheap. 120f. Olive rt.
THREE heating stoves: make effcr.
1206 Olive s
1'-) rew lrcn bed sprlnvs and mattress, $3 31
wh'Ie tbev- !a-t. II G. uonlgan Upholstering and
Be Ming ilfg. Co . !5 2 43 Olive st
CHANDELIERS OMSStt
o'tr !mmpno sto'lc at retail.
r.KI.I.E-IIR'KKV JI11J. CO.!U LUCAS AVE
MATTRESSES. SI. 48.
Cotton tops nt $1.43. reversible at $i delivered to
anv part cf the city free of chaige. H. a. Donl
gan UphoNteiinir and Bed ling Mfg. Co.. 1512
and 4X3 Olive st ; factoiv ro. theutt corner cf
Fifteenth and Pine sts. Phjp-s Kinloch I it
and A 20S7: Bell Main u7M. Ring us up. Coun
try orders a specialty.
1IICVCI.CS.
For Sale.
. ANDREA Bicycles They nver dlsarpolnt.
Morjran & Harding. Agents. 3S B Olive. Hlcyclc,
automobile an.l tire repairjig. Lirdell 111IA.
TYPEWRITERS.
WE have 1.000 typewriters for rent or sate.
Call or mall or telephone your order; satisfac
tion guaranteed. The Typewriter Exchange. 20$
N Ninth st.. St. Louis. Mo
MACIH.VERV FOR SALE,
.
ELECTRIC motors and dynomns to rent; 1 to
SO-horse poer. Rose Electric. 201 S. Third st.
IjOT of secondhand siaftlnir. pulleys and hang
ers, standard Iulley and Foundry ca, 1210 Col
Hns st.
ONE thirty flve-bors power steam crglne; good
ns new Inquire 735 S Fourth st.
Gasoline snd Sieam Engines,
Boilers, stcsm pumps, steam, gas and water sup
plies, sawmill mach.nerv-. lieltlng. huse. etc
FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO.. St. LOUia.
RUDDER STAMP. SEALS. 5TEMCILS.
t vnvr QtriTr !tnf.ii Wnrk 3t5 niive- is whers
you get steel stamps, stencils, burning brands,
rubber type, seals, brass and aluminum checks.
RUBBER stamp-'. rutbr type, sign markers,
brass and aluminum checks at lowest prices.
Ksiper Stamp and Seal Company. 918 Locust u
OLD CLOTIII.IO BOUGHT.
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ABSOLUTELY highest price .paid ror lajieT
and nents' cast-off clothing; send postal, s. Oor
don. 7IS N. Ninth st. Kinloch C 20".
ABSOLUTELY highest price paid I for ladles
and gents' cast-off clothing: snd postal. S. Gor
don. 800 Morgan st. Kinloch C 231.
-HIGHEST"cah price paid for- ladles' and gen
tlemen's east-erf clothing; call or send Postal.
Mrs J. Miller. 6u7 Walnut. Kin. A 21; no branch.
tor GFLBER can use any amount of gentle
man's clothing: My tw'ce a, much as anybody,
because neel them badlr: send postal. 1321 Carr.
DANC1.TG TADGnT.
rtrtANn orrfnlng of Mr. and Mrs. Franker
dancing academy, 1441 Chouteau ave.. Saturday
cvcnlns". Aug. 30; Join classes Sat. & Mon'y evgs.
MISSltARDY'S academy. 3204 Lucas; classes
for beginners and advanced pupils: private les
sons by appointment: halls for rent. Kin. C 722.
FROI". PARKE guarantees waltz and two-steu
for S3, private lessons any hour. 1210 Olive su
AN elegant diamond-set ring will be given
away bv the Eclipse Dancing Academy at Har
monic Hall. Eighteenth and Olive sts., Saturday
evening. August 3u; parties Thursdays. Saturday
and Sunday evenings; lessons Monday, evenings;
Care opens Saturday, September 6. Ancrn St Al
bers.
GOLD, SILVER AXD SICKEL FLATITIQ.
4jsrstfsryiJir-i ruu-i1,rsij i-u"u"b'"sS1J"'-""m''i" i i """lX"sEW'ii.
DOWNING replates and repairs tilverware;
gold plates watches. Jewelry: good work: cash for
old gold, silver, platinum. 208 N. Seventh it.
GOLD and silver nlatlne In all branches es.H
ror old gold and silver: fine cold for saj.
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