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THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
GLOBE ADS
Make Business
Come Easy
READ OPPORTUNITIES HERE
A Few of the Branch Off ices Where Ads Are Received for
The Globe's Paying Wants"
CONGER BROS., Druggists. Selby ave
nue, corner St. Albans; 499 Selby
avenue and 349 University avenue.
CAMPBELL BROS.. Druggists, Selby and
Victoria.
S. H. REEVES, Druggist. Seven Corners.
L. J. ABERWALD, Druggist, corner Rice
and Iglehart.
STRAIGHT BROS.. Druggists, Rondo
and Grotto streets.
SEV&K WESTBY. Druggist. Maria ave
nue and East Third street.
W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists, Selby
and Western avenues.
RIETZKE & CO., Druggists, Selby and
Western avenues.
A. J. SCHI"MACHER, Druggist, 499 West
Seventh street.
J. W. NELSON, Druggist, Dale and Uni
versity.
C. T. HELLER. Druggist. Willard, St.
Peter and Tenth streets.
C. F. RUTHEUFORD. Druggist, St. Peter
and Fourth streets.
J. P. JELIXEK it CO.. Druggists, 961
West Seventh street.
J. P. JELINEK & CO.. Druggists, West
Seventh and Sherman streets.
W. K. COLLIER, Druggist, East Seventh
street, corner SSbley.
A. A. CAMPBELL, Druggist. Louis and
Rondo streeis.
H. L. MeCOLL. Druggist. 483 Broadway.
DRIES PHARMACY, coiner Ninth and
St. Peter streets.
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO., 972
East Seventh street.
H. W. DICKMAN. Druggist, 830 East
Seventh, corner Beech.
A. L. WOOLSEY. Druggist, Prior and St.
Anthony avenues.
DIED
SAECKER-In St. Paul, Minn., Wednes
day. Oct. 26. 1904. at 9 % m., at his late
- residence, 576 Charles St.. August F. A.
Saecker, beloved husband of Augusta
Saecker. aged 47 years 9 months
and 25 days, after an illness
of five and one-half weeks. He was a
member of Washington lodge No. 1.
S. O. H.; Vorwaertz lodge No. 107, A.
O. U. W.; North Star camp No. 1637,
M. W. A.; Concordia Singing society,
and the Plattdentschen verein. Funeral
from above residence Sunday. Oct. 30,
at 2:30 p. m. Interment at Roselawn
cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
ARNOLD—David, Thursday, Oct. 27. aged
fifty-six years. Funeral from family resi
dence. 913 Hastings avenue. Sunday.
Oct. 30, at 2 o'clock p. m. Interment at
Forest cemetery. The family who re
main to mourn his death are his wife
and four children, Mrs. W. J. Thone.
Misses Susia, Mary and W. H. Arnold.
KATH— Friday. Oct. 28. 1904, 6:40 p. m..
Florence Kath. daughter of Charles and
Frd*hces Kath, aged three years and
eleven months. Funeral Sunday from
residence. 792 Wells street, at 3 o'clock
p. m. Interment at Forest cemetery.
HENDERSON—In St. Paul. Minn., Oct.
29. 1904. William H. Henderson, aged
fifty-two years. Funeral under Masonic
auspices, from No. 313 Wabasha street.
Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 2 o'clock p. m.
A.UGE —At St. Joseph's hospital, Thurs
day. Eli H. Auge. aged thirty-three
years. Funeral from family residence,
Egantown. at 10 a. m. Sunday. Services
at St. Peters church, Mendota, at 11
o'clock.
THUET —At St. Luke's hospital Saturday,
George Thuet Sr., aged fifty-four years.
Funeral from residence. South St. Paul,
at 1 p. m. Sunday. Services at St. Au
gustine's church. South St. Paul, at 1:30
o'clock. Remains will be taken to Bos
cobel. Wis., for interment.
CANNON—At Pocatello. Idaho, Wednes
day. Oct. 26. J. M. Cannon, aged forty
years. Funeral from residence of Hugh
Malloy, 655 Plum street. Monday. Oct.
31. at 8:30. Services at St. Mary's
church at 9 o'clock.
J. G. DONNELLY & SONS, funefal di
rectors, have established themselves in
elegant new quarters, 174 W. Fourth st.
SAVARD BROS^S
Lady Assistant. ; , Telephone Main 2333-Jl..
Floral Emblems and Wedding Flowers
RAMALEY FLORAUEXCKANeE, S?i n s^
VITAL STATISTICS
Marriage Licenses
Exaria Martin and Matilda Sirosier.
Adolph Kost ami Matilda Larsen.
Sam Kelley and Manda Lefere.
HORSES AMO CARRIAGES
LUMBERMEN TAKE NOTICE—BAR
rett & Zimmerman have constantly on
hand from 400 to 500 head of horses
weighing from 1.500 to 1,800 pounds.
If you need any come and look them
over and select your kind. Barrett &
Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market,
St. Paul. Minn.
MULES MULES MULES
100 hend of good big work mules have
l>een consigned to us by H. Balch &
Co.. and must be sold at once; part
time given if desired. Barrett & Zim
merman. Midway Horse Market, St.
Paul. Minn.
BARRETT <£. ZIMMERMAN. MIDWAY
Horse Market.-; St. Paul, have the larg
est assortment" of horses \in the North
- west;-part time given if desired.
IF YOU HAVE ANY HORSES TO SELL
remember that Barrett & Zimmerman, at
Midway.. St. Paul, : are always • ready to
buy and pay cash. .-.- -~ --. i
BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE IN
- stallment plail. He.rd Times Harness
.Factory. 544 Rice st. ;■ . :" l' ~ '-i.:,.
FOR SALE—TWO SECOND; HAND.
buggies and a: handsome^T-cart 'trap*
"'•: all. in ;good repair; $7. $12 and $25.-Twin
- City. Carriage Works. ,-~ ::_.'■-': --■
STORAGE
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES - ON
.'. household ■". goods *to._ Denver,*; Spokane'
. and Pacific coast '■ points;, frequent = ship
ments and -lowest: possible rates. The
Boyd Transfer, and' Storage' Co., Mm■
' Tjea'^olis. - : ' -'■'-"'-■ v ■•■.•■•"-'■•■■•'■ .'•-*-•■•;
IGO' EXPRESS^ AND STORAGE CO.—
;Cheapest. best storage in city;, call for
terms. 51 West Seventh st. Phones. .;
the"peoples express and~stor
v age Go.'make a- specialty of packing and;
storage.* 452 St. iPoter;'-both!phones.^^:'.'.:
/Packing Storage, forwarding
EXPERIENCED PACKERS; SEPARATE
■ room storage; - Pacific^ coast assembled 1
-
carloads. Fk'eliiy Storage Co.
' THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS.
P. H. MIDDENTS, Druggist,-472 Waba
sha.
JOHN BODIN & CO., Druggists. 881
Payne avenue.
B. A. TREAT, Newsdealer, 442 Broad
way.
M. S. COURTNEY, Newsdealer, 478 Wa
basha.
W. E. LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist,
corner Twelfth and Robert streets.
J. A. BATTOM, Druggist. 309 Jackson
street.
A. H. SONNEN. Druggist, 574 Rice.
L. H. LUCDERS. Pharmacist, 879 Rice.
SUMMIT PHARMACY, 254 Rice, corner
Summit.
WALTER NELSON, Druggist, 896 Rice
street.
WALTER NELSON. Druggist, 1946 Uni
versity avenue.
CAPITOL DRUG CO., Druggists, Uni
versity avenue and Rice street.
DR. MARKS, Pharmacy, 118 S. Wabasha.
HALL & KRAFT, Druggists. 428 S. Wa
basha.
HANS MADSON, Druggist, 156 Concord.
ECLIPSE DRUG STORE. 113 S. Robert.
G. A. WOLFROM. Druggist. 572 Kent.
D. £. KISSEL. Druggist. 561 Thomas.
F. A. HOLCOMB, Druggist, 954 Payne
avenue.
CENTRAL PHARMACY, Tenth and Wa
basha.
EDMUND J. FUCHS, Druggist, 798 East
E. E. KEIPER, Druggist, 450 South Rob
ert.
G. F. UMLAND, Druggist, 441 University
avenue.
INSTRUCTION
i^J^^M//i^C^i>\
Practical Business School. Globe bldg.;
thorough, progressive and reliable: indi
vidual instruction; successful graduates;
catalogue. Day and
c^^m^^^L:-
NICHOLS EXPERT SCHOOL,
Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping.
BUREAU of-AUDITS and ACCOUNTS,
Department of Advertising
and Proof-Reading;
REPORTERS' POST-GRADUATE
COURSE
For Stenographers.
MALCOLM, EMORY NICHOLS.
Court and Convention Reporter.
New Quarters, 339-353 Endicott Building
St. Paul.
We pay railroad fare to St. Paul and
guarantee employment chances for
many to earn expenses.
MRS. ST. JOHN-BRENON, PRINCIPAL
of Lyceum Dramatic School, will give
lessons in St. Paul in the Art of Speech,
Voice Building. Elocution and Reading.
Defects of speech speedily corrected.
Prof. Titcomb's Studio, O'Halloran
Bldg.. Mondays and Thursdays, 2 to
6 p. m.
BAKER'S DANCING ACADEMY, LITT'S
hall; class and private instructions; we
are convinced that ours is the best
dancing school in the city; let us con
vince you.
EXPERT TELEGRAPHY
And School of Railroading.
Courses by Train Dispatcher and Supt.
of Telegraph.
Positions for Graduates. Night Classes.
WALLACE SCHOOL. Ryan Building.
RASMUSSEN PRACTICAL BUSINESS
School. Globe Bldg.; day and evening
school: enroll now: catalogue free.
SHORTHAND FREE AT THE HESS
Business College; day and* evening
classes formed Nov. 3; most wonderful
system of shorthand ever invented. Call
or write for information.
WILL OPEN A NEW CLASS MONDAY,
Nov. 7. S:3O p. m.. Reiner Dancing Acad
emy. 185 Rondo sL. where all learn to
dance: course of 16 lessons. $5; second
term free, if you need it; no visitors to
look on while you practice.
Y. M. C A. NIGHT SCHOOL—FIFTEEN
courses, expert instructors. nominal
cost; stenography. electricity. teleg
raphy, drawing, languages, mathe
matics; get prospectus.
FINANCIAL
5 PER CENT AND 6 PER CENT
MONEY
IN ANY AMOUNT,
with the "on or before" privilege, to loan
on St. Paul improved real estate.
* WARE & HOSPES,
Successors to
ROBERT L. WARE & CO.,
201 Germania Life Building.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE WITH
out mortgage or indorser. Only se
curity your name. Others on house
hold furniture, pianos, etc.. without re
moval from your possession. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., 316-317 Pioneer
Press bldg.
SHORT LOANS at lowest rates
onuni luaho on easy payment plan .
Furniture, pianos, etc. 730 Globe bldg.
MONEY! 111" IVIONEY!
MONEY!
LOW RATES. EASY PAYMENTS.
We can accommodate you, strictly con
fidential, $10 upwards, on your plain note;
also on household goods? pianos, etc.,
without removal.
SALARY LOANS
FURNITURE LOANS
We guarantee absolute privacy. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
American loan c0...^
- -:,;- 512 Manhattan :Bldg.- -- ~■■':■*■':.
--• MONEY TO LOAN -AT > 4/2 TO 6 PER
cent on St."; Paul- or Minneapolis proper-
; ty; any amount; prompt replies ■ on air
amMi cat ions. SU3s*]3f& D°°ltttle &
~. McCall,-• 130 Endicott Bldg. , '■-'■■ -: , -.„ :,.„
TO LOAN—SSOO, $700, ; $1,000 at 6 PER
cent: expenses low; close loan-quick
anil . want - good; security."Ti H. & Val. J.
- _Rothschild, 313-319 Pioneer Press.-■/■■.•>
AN- UNLIMITED AMOUNT" OF MONEY
'/: to loan on St. Paul Improved real es
•tate i at 5 aiKl f< per cent with the "on
' or before'! -. privileged . Robert L:" ware
.1:. & go.;. Germania Life ? Bldg.. St. Paul. ::
: MONEY ON HAND FOR LOANS OF $500,
' :\ $1,000,' $1,300 and $.'.500 on Ramsey coun
: •i'ty realty;.no «leiay. 3; Bentley's Insurance
Agency. 401 Endicott.^ -V---" *- y:^r'j«?^
our Guaranteed investments
t% pay 4: to 8 : per cent '. monthly on $25 j and;
upwards; f highest j references ; and testi
?.- monials. Industrial Guaranty Company,
1 .v 1045 First National Bank Bldg., Chicago.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1904
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
HELP WANTED—MaIe
WANTED—BUSINESS MEN TO
know that we have registered
first-class stenographers, book
keepers and clerks, in all branch
es of business; when in need call
on us Endicott Clerical Em
ployment Bureau. 424 Globe bldg.
AGENTS AND MANAGERS WANTED
everywhere; exclusive territory. "One
dollar a year protects you." We issue
more accident and sickness policies
than any other similar company in the
world, because we issue the most popu
■ lar and cheapest insurance written; new
plan; $1 a year pays for $600 policy;
no assessments or dues; other amounts
in proportion. Death benefit; weekly
indemnity; specific indemnity for loss
of limbs or eyesight; free medical at
tendance; many other original and pop
ular features. Issued to either sex
without regard to nationality, color or
occupation. All claims promptly and
liberally settled; insurance assets $500,
--000. Reliable representatives wanted
everywhere; good territory still open;
liberal, permanent contract to capable
agents; previous experience not neces
sary. International Company, 231
Broadway. New York.
MANAGER WANTED, EVERY SEC
tion, to appoint agents for new Scien
tific Game replacing forbidden slot ma
chines in public places, evades law
everywhere, played with nickels, finish
beautiful, like cash register, rented or
sold on easy payments; sample sent on
thirty days' free trial; proposition will
please you if we still have opening in
your section. Independent. Cash Regis
ter Co., Department 87, Chicago. 111.
WANTED—IO MEN IN EACH STATE
to travel, tack signs and distribute sam
ples and circulars of our goods; salary,
$60 per month; $3 per day for expenses.
Kuhlman Co., Dept. B-24, Atlas Block,
Chicago.
DETECTIVES—SHREWD MEN NEED
ed everywhere. Write Training Depart
ment, United States Detective Agency,
Milwaukee. Wis.
WANTED—MEN EVERYWHERE; GOOD
pay; to distribute circulars, adv. mat
ter, tack signs, etc.; no canvassing. Na
tional Adv. Bureau. Chicago.
$20 WEEKLY EASILY EARNED—(PO-
Pition permanent), distributing circulars,
saidples, etc.; send 4c for particulars.
Commercial Advertising Association,
Philadelphia, Pa.
AGENTS.WANTED IN EVERY LOCAL
ity to represent us and solicit orders
from the consumer for Woodland whis
key, 12 years old.. Adopted by U. S. gov
ernment and leading hospitals. No li
. cense required; samples free. Write for
exclusive territory at once. Woodland
Distilling Co-., 148 Cooper st., Coving
ton, Ky.
$800.00 TO $1,800.00 A YEAR IN THE
railway mail, postal and other lines of
government service; we prepare by mail
for examination; nearly 20,000 appoint
ments last year. For particulars ad
dress Civil Service School, 914 Walnut
St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTED—A LARGE MANUFACTUR
-1 rig concern about to open distributing
depot in this section, desires services
of responsible man to take management;
salary $1,500 per annum and commis
sions; applicant must furnish first -class
references and $800 to $1,500 cash; mer
chandise furnished. Address Manufac
turer, care Nelson Chesman Company,
Chicago. 111.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO TRAVEL
for Minneapolis firm; previous experi
ence not necessary; good chance for
advancement; permanent position; sal
ary, and small commission;
references required: stamped pnvelone
for reply. F. W. Potts, Sykes blk, Min
neapolis.
WANTED—MAN OF GENTLEMANLY
appearance about twenty-two or twen
ty-five years of age as night clerk in
small hotel in city; must give Al ref
erences. Address N 184. Globe.
IF YOU ARE INTELLIGENT, ABLE TO
read and write, you can earn $50 to
$100 monthly; no canvassing. For par
ticulars address Northwestern Press
Company. 1910 Sixth st. north, Minne
apolis. Minn.
WANTED — A MAN TO PLACE
samples for a jobbing house; salary, $18
per week and expenses; chance of pro
motion; references required; stamped
envelope for reply. Manager, 507 Sykes
block. Minneapolis.
A PLEASANT SMILE, CIGARS AND
music at Bennies. Fifth and Wabasha.
WANTED—BOOKBINDER; A FlßST
class ruler who can forward; steady
work and highest wages. R. C. Mast,
Superior, Wis.
WANTED — CITY SOLICITORS—GOOD
proposition to Tight party; commission
to start; only persons of good address
need apply. Call morning Bto 10. Co
lumbia Phonograph Co., 386 Wabasha
St.
GORDON PRESSFEEDER WANTED AT
Abbott Printing Co.. Union block.
BOYS WANTED; MUST BE SIXTEEN
or over. American Can Co., West Side.
WANTED—SALESMEN TO SELL AD
vertising matter, signs, calendars and
novelties; biggest house in United
States. Address Scioto Sign Company,
St. Paul.
BOYS WANTED—AT ONCE, TWELVE
good, hustling boys to deliver papers -on
the West side for a morning newspaper:
boys must be fourteen years of age or
over. Apply room 603, Ernst Bldg.
TRUSTWORTHY PERSON, EACH DlS
trict, to superintend business for whole
sale house; $20 paid weekly and ex
penses; exper.se money advanced; posi
tion permanent: previous experience not
essential. Manager, 820 Como Bldg.,
Chicago.
$18 PER WEEK AND EXPENSES~TcTa
hustler to distribute samples and col
lect for Manufacturer in Minnesota;
expenses advanced; salary paid weekly.
Adv. Dept.. 702 Star Bldg.. Chicago.
EXPERIENCED SEWING MACHHNi
salesman, on salary or commission, be
tween 8 and 9a. m. 675 Wabasha at.
SHINGLERS WANTED; 70,000 TO LAY
by the thousand. Apply Sunday, 270
Maria ay.
MEN WANTED. 211 WEST SEVENTH
St.
SALESMEN
WANTED—EXPERIENCED PATENT
medicine salesman; good paying line;
salary or commission; state age. experi
ence and Teferencess. Box 555. Chicago.
SALESMEN TO SELL ROYAL PRUS
sian White Lead on commission. Four
ounce sample. Fine side line. Best
terms to the trade. H. G. Beedle, St.
Louis, Mo. .
SALESMEN TO SELL WHITE LEAD.
Good commission. Liberal inducements
to the trade in districts and advance
datings. Good salesman can earn
$300.00 per "month. Merchants White
Lead Co.. St. Louis. Mo.
CAPABLE SALESMAN TO COVER MlN
nesota with staple line; high commis
sions, with advance of $100 monthly;
permanent position to right man. Jess
H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich.
EXPERIENCED TRAVELING SALES
men; new Cleveland jobbing house, with
large capital, wishes to increase its
corps of salesmen Nov. 1; high com
mission, with $35 weekly. W. S. Merle
& Co., 90-96 Prospect st., Cleveland,
Ohio. ■;
SALESMEN—EXPERIENCED SPECIAL
ty preferred;opening for two;one for Min
nesota; must be competent; no sales
man in our employ paid below $250 a
month; permanent. Address Manufac
turer, Postofßce Box 1053, St. Louis. Mo.
EXPERIENCED CALENDAR SALES
men for 1905 to Qarry bgst combined
line calendar &Ti3 novelties before pub
-15o; making contracts now; only suc
cessful men need apply, with full par
ticulars about themselves. Spotswood
Specialty Co., Lexington, Ky.
HIGH-CLASS EXPERIENCED SALES
man to sell established line to retail
trade; Jiberal pay to right man and run
ning expense account. B. M. Arthur C 0.,,
Detroit, Mich. _^
WANTED—SALESMEN; LIBERAL PAY
weekly; permanent; established trade;
no capital needed; fast selling special
i ties. Brown Bros. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
f- > THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
« 1
HELP WANTED-remafe
WANTED—A LADY AS ROAD MAN
ager to have charge of representatives
from the lakes to the coast; a fine open
ing with a jobbing house; references re
quired; salary $15 per week and ex
penses; stamped envelope for. reply. A.
E. Weidenbacker, 254 Hennepin ay.,
Minneapolis.
LADIES TO DO PLAIN SEWING AT
home on collars; nothing to buy; ma
terial sent free; send addressed enve
lope. National Mfg. Co., 250 West 116 th
St., New York.
LADIES EARN $10 WEEKLY COPYING
letters at home; address stamped en
veiope for particulars. National Distrib
uting Co.. Albion. Mich.
WANTED—LADY FOR CENSUS WORK
and distributing sample magazines;
steady employment (home work); salary
$15 weekly. Address E. E. Sprague,
Mgr., 270 Wabash ay., Chicago.
I LADIES HAVING FANCY WORK TO
sell, embroideries, Battenberg, drawn
work; also to do order work; stamped
envelope. Ladies' Exchange, 34 Mon
roe, Chicago.
LADIES TO DO PIECE WORK AT
their homes; we furnish all materials
and pay from $7 to $12 weekly. Send
stamped envelope to Royal Co., 34 East
Monroe st., Chicago.
LADIES—S7 TO $10 WEEKLY EARNED
doing plain sewing at- home; material
sent free everywhere prepaid; stamped
addressed envelope brings particulars.
Union Company, 1215 Filbert St., Phil
adelphia, Pa.
WANTED—NURSES TO REGISTER IN
free nurse directory at Reeves' drug
store. ' -- ■
WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 586 South Robert.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE WORK;
no washing. Mrs. Cannon, 956 St. Ciair.
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER, ONE WHO
is employed during the day. N 186,
Globe.
WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; one who understands plain
cooking; good wages. Apply 603 Holly
ay. ■
WANTED—COMPETENT MAID WHO
can go home nights; good wages; light
work. Apply Flat No. 3, 117 Mackubln
St. *
WANT ED—LADIES TO DO HOME
work; also a few to travel; $6 to $10
easily made. Call at once to secure
position at 17 Iglehart st.
WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; family of three; easy place;
good wages. 528 Portland ay.
WANTED—LADY FOR WORK JN~~sT.
Paul and vicinity; salary, $30 per month
and commission. Address 336 West
Third St.. upstairs. _
WANTED—GIRL TO CARE FOR BABY
afternoons. 690 Lincoln ay.
WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages to competent
girl or woman. Apply 8J35 Holly ay.,
near Victoria st.
LADIES—S3O THOUSAND COPYING
letters; no mailing to friends or fur
nishing addresses; stamped envelope
particulars. Gem Art Co., Dept. US,
Chicago.
A LADY AGENT FOR RAPID SELLING
article; sells at sight; big profits; for
free sample and particulars address
Marietta Stanley Co., 41 Fourth st
Grand Rapids, Mich.
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We purposely print in a number of classified [or "Want"] ads THE
which will be found in this section, an extra word. Read the ads
carefully and find the extiu words. 1111 319 Eli 3 V
NOTE-There are ten of them. gli I ill la \II
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they will { make a * .
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One of tjio extra words of the quotation used today is CURE, First Prize— Two Tickets
and will be iound in the following ad as an illustration: to the Grand,
FO r sale Miss Theresa Griemann,
Horses and Carriages 7Q w Cook St
LUMBERMEN TAKE NOTICE—BAR
rett & Zimmerman have constantly on
hand from 400 to 500 head of horses . .
weighing from 1.500 to 1.800 pounds.
If you (cure) need any come and l«'ok
them over and select your kind. Bar
rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse <i*»^r»nrl Prirf* Onf* Pnn.
Market, St. Paul. Minn. SeCOIICI rriZe JJIIC B~Op
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When you have ; found all the words, fill out the accompanying blank. In the left-hand column write the JUIIIi 1. lllgllVWl &Wl*
word. On the corresponding line in the middle column, the name of the ad in which the, word appears. If no -'. -t. 1114 Selby Aye»
name is used in the ad, give the letter and the number. In the last column write out the complete quotation, and: . y\
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For your skill in solving the puzzle we will give to the person first sending a correct solution, cne set of # _ .-■. r\ n ■
tickets to the Grand Theater this week, 1 cloth bound novel ; for the second correct list, 1 cloth bound novel for | hird rriZC— UnC r OpUidr
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THE GLOBPS
PAYING WANTS
AGENTS AND AGENCIES
AGENTS WANTED WHO ARE LOOK
ing for an article of merit that will sell;
we manufacture a fountain pen retail
ing at 10c; you can easily make from
$3 to $5 a day; we are not offering free
sample, but require 10c for one; money
returned if not satisfactory; send for it
today. Economy Fountain Pen Com
pany. 148-012 State St.. Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED—SELL OUR $1
bottle sarsaparilla for 35 cents; best
seller; 200 per cent profit; write today
for terms and territory. F. R. Greene.
115 Lake St.. Chicago.
DON'T ACCEPT AN AGENCY UNTIL
you get my free samples and big of
fer. Sayman, 2137 Franklin ay., St.
Louis-, Mo.
AGENTS—S2O TO $50 WEEKLY; EVERY
business man buys new vest pocket in
vention, $3; experience unnecessary;
scientific salesmanship free. Standard
Company. 1276 Spitzer, Toledo, Qhio.
AGENTS—WE TEACH YOU FREE HOW
to make flavoring extracts, creams and
perfumes; send for big catalogue to A.
Wil-Low. 351 Atlantic ay.. Boston.
WANTED—IMMEDIATELY, GENERAL
agents for your own and surrounding
territory; very profitable proposition;
experience not required. Lindon Cereal
Coffee Co., Benton Harbor. Mich.
I FEEL LIKE A MILLIONAIRE,
writes one agent; commission and ex
penses paid. Farmers' Account Book
Co., Newton, lowa.
WE START YOU SELLING DIAMONDS;
don't fail getting our liberal offer; $5
daily sure. Carbon Diamond Co., Syra
cuse. N. V.; mention paper.
AGENTS STARTED ON SALARY AND
commission selling our "New Idea" self
sharpening principle shears, cutlery and
kitchen specialties; goods guaranteed;
business established. U. S. Cutlery Co.,
Fremont, Ohio. *
AGENTS MAKE 500 PER CENT PROFIT
selling "Novelty Sign Cards," merchants
buy 10 to 100 on sight; 800 varieties; cat
alogue free. Sullivan Co., 1139 Maple
wood ay., Chicago, 111.
OUR NEW HOME ENTERPRISE EARNS
' $15 to $25 weekly, anywhere; no can
vassing; either sex; easy money. For
full details address C. M. Coen, Nor
mal. 11l
WANTED—SOAP CREW MANAGERS
on road, $230. Parker Chemical Co.,
Chicago. L __
| WANTED—BY GENTLEMAN, LADY AS
housekeeper; one that wishes home for
the winter. For particulars address V
115, Globe.
WANTED TO RE&T
WANTED TO RENT—STEAM-HEATED
flat or house, suitable for rooming;
down town district preferred; references.
Box 6. Pcstoffice.
WANTED— BY FAMILY OF TWO, TWO
or three unfurnished rooms. Address X.,
420 East Seventh st.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
REEVES' IRON PILLS ARE JUST THE
thing for people sick of being tired and
for people tired of being sick; try them.
S. H. Reeves, Druggist. Seven Corners;
money cheerfully refunded^
MISS HULL REMOVES SUPERFLUOUS
hair, moles, etc.. by electricity; only
positive and permanent remedy; refer
ences given: established ten years. 54
Mannheimer Bldg.
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
SITUATION WANTEC-Male
WANTED—A IS PLACE ON A FARM
by a man and wife without children.
Address M. C. S., St. Paul, care Bethel
hotel.
EXPERT BOOKKEEPER AND AC
countant of fifteen years' experience, of
residing in St. Paul, desires a perma
nent position; best of references. Ad
dress N 185, Globe.
GOOD, RELIABLE MAN IS LOOKING
for work as houseman or fireman; un
derstands steam,' hot water or furnace
heat; is handy with tools. Address
Charles Freeman, general delivery.
CARPENTER IS LOOKING FOR WORK;
is a first-class mechanic. J. Austin,
General Delivery, city.
MAN WANTS PLACE FOR GENERAL
work. Call at 507 North Wabasha st.
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE WORK OF
any kind. Address 838 Edmund st.
A MIDDLE-AGED MAN WOULD LIKE
work of any kind. Address 435 Lafond
st.
WANTED—POSITION IN WHOLESALE
house, freight house or factory, by
young man. Address H. J. W., 771 Fau
quier st.
YOUNG MAN OF EXPERIENCE
would like to take care of furnace
during the winter. Address J. V. M.,
634 St. Peter st.
WANTED—BY BOY FIFTEEN YEARS
old, position with good carpenter to
learn the trade. B. McCaslin, 270 East
University.
WANTED — JOB OF CARPENTERING
by swift, first-class carpenter. Address
Carpenter, 505 Wabasha st.
YOUNG MAN, SEVERAL YEARS' EX
perience, wants-position In packing and
shipping room. H., 467^ Wabasha st.
A BOY SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD
wants a place to work for board, while
attending school. Please call or address
550iA Decatur st.
STRONG, SOBER YOUNG MAN WANTS
position in wholesale house, reliable.
Address Willy, 771 Fauquier st.
WANTED—A POSITION AS APPREN
tice to learn the butcher trade; lins
three years' experience. Chris. Rich,
200 East Fifth st^
COACHMAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
In private family; can furnish refer
ence; please give me a call. R. J., 470
James st. ,
A YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY-THREE
yeais would like a position of any kind;
can give the best of references. Address
N. C. Rose, 97 Smith ay.
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION AS
coachman or driving of some kind; has
had experience; well acquainted in city.
Please call or address 480 North Rob
ert st., city.
WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN OF 21,
with experience, position as stenogra
pher and bookkeeper: no objections to
leaving the city. Address J., 259 West
Fifth st.
A STRONG BOY OF 18 DESIRES WORK
of some kind. Address R. M., 892 Euclid
St., St. Paul.
WANTED — POSITNON AS HOTEL
clerk hand; can furnish fust-class ref
erences. Address 1116 Mississippi St.,
T. A. S.
DYEING AND REPAIRING
CITY DYE HOUSE — FRENCH DRY
cleaning; largest and best dry cleaning
house In the Northwest. 420 Wabasha.
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
SITUATION WANTED
Female
WANTED—PLACES FOR GIRLS; 1
second girl on hand, German, Swede,
Irish; ladies leave your orders. 308
Phoenix bldg.. Cedar and Seventh.
A WOMAN WANTS HOUSEKEEPING
or day work; wages reasonable. Write
or call at room 16, over Mealcy's store,
12 East Seventh st
WANTED—TO TAKE IN WASHING
and ironing. 507 Wabasha St.
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE WORK BY
the day, washing, ironing or cleaning.
Address 550 Wabasha st.. state car line.
WANTED—POSITION AS NURSE BY
young lady who has had experience in
that line of work; also experienced in
sewing and teaching. Address 27 Gar
field St., city. Good references.
WANTED—SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper by a trustworthy woman; good
home more of an object than wages.
Address 577 Cedar st.
TWO FIRST CLASS COOKS, WOULD
like situation, one meat and the other
pastry; both want good wages and good
work out of town. 253 East Seventh st.
TWO GIRLS WANT PLACES FOR
waitress or for laundry work. Call at
507 North Wabasha st.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
would like a position. A. H., 162 West
George, city. __^__
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DE
sires position at once; had several years'
experience and can furnish best of ref
erence. Address M. 8.. 315 Baker st.
WANTED—PLAIN SEWING TO DO AT
home. Call or address 562 Cedar st.
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
wishes a good, permanent position at
once. Address Stenographer, 1019 Pio
neer Press Bklg.
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
' wishes position; can assist on books;
moderate salary, or will take half day
position. Please address J. E.. Room
:-■ 309 McClure Bldg., 61 - East ■ Sixth st.
LADY WITH SEVERAL. YEARS Ex
perience in bookkeeping and .^stenog
raphy desires position at once; moderate
.'• salary; willing to leave the city. ; Ad
dress E. C 528 Cedar st. . ■
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
wishes'position at once. D. F., 124 West
. Fillmore ay.. city.
EXPERIENCED LADY STENOGRA
pher desires employment; hard worker;
neat and accurate; references furnish
ed. Address M.. 953 Jenks st. " ,
A COMPETENT GIRL (SWEDISH)
wants work: as cook or general house
; work. Call at 113" Edgerton st.
WOMAN COOK WOULD LIKE PLACE
in hotel or boarding house; city only.
Call or address 130 Wabasha, Room 20.
Mrs. G. M.'D.
WANTED—WASHING AND IRONING
in private families by the day, also
housecleaning and washing storm
windows. Address M.,-259 West Fifth
.st. --.■--■•■■.■- .': ■ ' _ :
AN " EXPERIENCED OFFICE GIRL
: would like position at once. G. T., 42
East Indiana ay., St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED— ' AS HOUSE
keeper in or out -of. city; good worker.
Call or address Mrs. N., 442 Olive st. .
BRIGTTf~GIRL OF SIXTEEN WOULD
like a position in doctor's, dentists oi
other office. Apply 26 West College.
HOUSECLEANING OR ANY KIND OF
work by the day. 27 East Ninth st. :

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