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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MABCII 4. 1900. B K 1 THE GLOBE'S GREAT ALTERATION SALE t v i i t? a S ( I it '' mk W4(m 4 fa iwiii lis; Preparations for a Great Contest on French Roads. KTiiTTEN- ran tiie fund vr p.nrrnur The speed contests' for the automobile blue ribbon, which will take place over tho rrench roads about Paris durirg the romlnc summer, has set the raotor-racln;r world by the ears, the foreign enthusiasts especially golrg to apparently unlimited ex pense In their efforts to secure what is llke Iv to prove a winning machine In an ar ticle upon this "sport of millionaires." which leccntly appeared In the Automobile Maga zine, the statement I made that speed in. an automobile depends not alono upon the de velopment of great horse-;xwer, as niscrted fy tome, nor upon the Mze of tho driving tnon of speed is the racing "projectile" of M. Jenatzy (holder of the world's automo bile kilometer record), an electric machine constructed as the result of a wager that ho could design and ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

.;V - f T THE REIFTTBXjia: STT IP- ' I: ti erf WTtof fta s i s I 8 I l'.l I s in If i.t t I: 8 t-s tL. I s&.i Sf?L- 1 lf.SJ E.-.S- Pfl I Ml? i H sv Bi & i Jpfe &!- J fif' We should not think of repeating here what the doctors say, except by their full and free consent. Doctors are particular about physicians of the country have in Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Is there another single medicine advertised to the puHic Give Quick Relief "I have used both your Cherry Pectoral and Cherry Pectoral Plaster in cases of! bronchitis, and I have found that they give quick relief. In deed, I cannot praise both of them too highly. J. J. Patterson, M.D., Jan. 24, 1900. Marshall, Ala, Others Failed " I have found Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to be a most excellent remedy, especially in coughs of an irritative nature. I remem ber one case in particular where the cough had battled all other remedies. I tried the Cherry Pectoral and it gave quick and permanent relief." H. T. Drake, M.D., Jan. 27, 190...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

"'-si ..?.'' trarixfiLir, imacisc 4, 1900. dttt'iJt'jS do cto rs say v i i I i m 'M v' & bout these things. Every day, and every uBlic which can show such a record Cough from Pneumonia cMy son, aged 18, had been rcry low witn pneumonia. A rough with soreness of the lungs remained. For this I 'gave three-fourths of a tea spoonful of Cherry Pectoral four times a day. Before one bottle was used he was able to go to work. I also like your Chpmr Tprfnral Plnsfpi-- nnH have used it for rheumatism of I the muscles and chest." . J. M. Carlton, M. D., Grovespring, Mo. Jan. 23, 1900. Spasmodic Cough f " I have recently used Ayer's (Cherry Pectoral on a severe case of tonsillitis, and it gave "immediate relief. Italso quickly relieved a severe case of spas- - modio cough. The Plaster I Ny have also used, and found it 'first-rate in every way." "N J. L. Fleck, M.D., J Jan. 25, 1900. St. Louis, Mo. Pleased with Plaster ""Your Cherry Pectoral has given me excellent results. It would be diffic...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

TIIB REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1900. t is'l . a 11 1 m N GREAT BATTERS OF TWO GENERATIONS CONTRASTED. Figures From Which the Slugging Stars of the Early Days A.ay be Compared With the Skillful Hitters of the Last Baseball Decade. in- j. is. shkiupax. It is very much f a habit, a deal of a fashion among the anient discusser.- of hafceball. particularly tlio old-line fanatics, -nho wi-n- quite as familiar with the star of the '7 s '' they are with tho-e of the '.. to .-.tr.nuousiy. vigorously, violcntlv. often -Ueicui-'y. debat. the merits. : the j.layer-? of lor.g ago. a." compared with tb-vse of to-da. World progress in any line Is always a Eubjoct of finite discission. The natural Improvement and advance of. baseball Is never a tedious topic among thoe who lovo the same. It Is but reasonable that the old-timers thou! J cling io the stars of their da, it is- not a wry remote day. whllo the boys of tin- new .-ehool as natur ally favor the plnjers of to-day. Happily, baseball is so y...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: ST'XDAY. INARCH 4. 1900. 4k Mt w w i i I irasa CURE uf I DPAHPD If C" a!" afftictM with any f.fa.-s. r wj !. .i f .Ii--.-KCrtUUtv, a -u at cr Ulile 1o the Mi Kin M- I . il ! ".:. r . . Mr, tcfore taKtrj? Trcatinent tlvwhrr. fa tin - puit-ij.:. r a n;i v ,-vl in sPterr ca t they acr-pt fur trairotnt. .-r ik n l. l -ir.f1tL ms cr ivfcrt-,MnaI sic. Oilier j4iici.tn want von i , i.t curt u of nc', ur ivh- t.tr t ("iifut Jvju orn T e ! - i-i ' ' Mi In-tltutf " ua j-T f f cur-; If tXey ianai.t cire . t..- ii fra-t V.:x-u.ttfn Ii fr to all. a DK Yftll Nt'Uj an-t ! i,ivtl.-nt n-". r J i-Ui'af. 1 !. I n i tc , iv .hlii.n ufM-tJMSily ftifij. ...,-. r-. ?,'A. J 1 - . ,: cxcltfcbl i it .-.? or recUr-n "AVC ww j- Miii-"i rM ..r Marrrl-in.l' uj.tri!i . w - in.i,... n h r,intl jt it th -tifhililattiiir ji Min- tti ! -..ui.il 1 - -. in t wtNiiai. " u vif -hJ or 1.1 -r - l!mtrn r mi. if.-r -. -nj i r urtnc pain- i a -v any bU-Mr -r f Jn-r ir-u" r ' - TIhj- F0:? m t-s r any inate in rw ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

s THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1000. II r-t. THE ST. LOUIS REPU BLIC Jsnod r,-erv lay In tl- Year PUBLISHERS: GEOItGi: KNAI'I' C(;-, Charles W. Knarr. VresMont and f.en. ' Goers" I. Allen. Vite rronlent. W. H. fair. sV.rtl.-iry. Office: Corner Sevent. n.i Olive Streets. nnprni.li- in iumsh TERMS OK stl-IlSt-rSIITIUN. iailt and s-u.vf seven issues a u i:i:k. ny Ma!) -In Advano ,-rotaKe lTrpaM. One vear Six months Three months .. Any three d.iF. ecert Sunday, one -ar Sunday with MaKaxlne ecls! mall editlcn. S-,nda Sunday Marasln.- ... 2 0-1 l.t -t.v 1 i BY CAKIIIKIt ST. IvOflS AND srW'ltllS Ter wk, dally or.lv cents I'er week, riailv an4 K-m.tvv n tnl TViri;- UKKIw ISSfE TuMlihcd Monday and Thiirsda) -one jesr 1-0' Itrralt be lnak draft. rvpr. money order, or rcpiMcred litter. Ad.irtT-s Tit:: r.riT'tiJi ; . St. l.ouis. -o. C3"rtfJT-trrt mnmidnllra canirt It icturritd ender any circumstances. Entered at the rot office at St. Isuls. II"-. tccond-clars matter. domestic fo.stage. rr.r. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY.MABCjI 4. 1000. 'k V fr. 5 I I MY HAVANA BELLE. n mi SELL 1.000 IMS OF THIS EE5UTIH1L two-sup THIS 1KI II , smn mri fl COPY. - u-i - tr -3i J-Lj JJJg i en 1RYI1 OH YOGR SECOND 4 (KHE3 - . POR. -. J-H1 BROADWAY AND WASHINGTON AVENUE. St. Louis, Mo. Mercantile Trust Company, Eighth and CAPITAL, SURPLUS, OTUrTOSS: Ijoteozo E. Aniirsoa, Geo. Varrcn Brou-n, James ""ST. Bell, Paul Brown, James G. Butler, James Campbell, L,D.Dodcr, C F.Gauss, Kenry Grieseduxfc, Jr., CH. McMillan. WILXJAM F. HOMES. 1L J. DIUKNEITK. IVrsIdcnt. Sccretan-. ESTABLISHED IX 1S. Missouri State Mutcal Fire ani Marine Insuraice Company. Offlro No. TIT CSestaut St. M. IwK Ito. T-L B!1 Jlaln KT1 TrL Klnlwh A l". rolirti Aro W'rfttea ca Eitticr Suk cr JSu tual Plan. 4w Paii on yu Savings Accounts 1 Tima C2rlifica.es - of Deposit. y. DIRECTOIIS. , p C Inom. Aurutiis XlJrhut. "'?. D. tVaUter Hnry IX llnarstick. Jjrns W. Bell. Jme E. Kalmc, II. U. OrthKrln. TVro. F. lloon. KTHE eeley I$MLttitr!t. St. ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

jCT'tJ-V 3i- l. :i 10 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4, 1900. i I r i r 1 I 1 J- : r i. A cola is daOgf us. Doa't let It ret the Mart ot yon. A. few doses of raf Cold Cure will breast op soy form of cold la f boors tad present grippe, diphtheria cad pneumonia. It shanld b In rrerr home snJ every vets Socket. It Is better isn a life Insur ance policy. . .n a i. . im. (Woe t Una . . .. iT.-, ee SVtt Ares st Palls 0 MONEY TO LOAN 4r wVYatchtR, Diamonds, Jtn fir j. KU. The, mest liberal advances made a' C-" lowest ratea of interest. Business strict connd-ntlal. S. VAN RAALTE & CO., 213 N. Seventh Street. Branch at 12 and H South rourth Ft. jy Private .ocn department, al- r vite ea trance from rotund of Holland llldg Jjl BEN BARNETT 6 GO., 9 607 PINE STREET. moxioy to Ijoaa OX PERSONAL PROI'EKTV. UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE. Business Confidential. CI-UT-R & 3". Sfll'TS II.-" Tels. Slain MM ne atcii. 345. SKEtcxvnhere. I OT iIate I lift V Ttccrtw.. I IK1 Market St EaNIb l' ICKETS. AS...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

rVAAAVVWVvVjV PART III. 12 PAGES. T T. LOU I S REPU TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: S Prtnhitlit TSrre'jrt. 77ie Sacitir .Virvbe i PrtaieJIi OeeParf. JMVWWWMAMAM copyihght. iso. by I'unMSiiKits. unonor, kxapp & cojipa.:v. &rVASWJSWSAtf'VStAi'Af$i KINBTY-SEC02fD YEAR ST. LOUIS. ItfO.. SUNDAY. IMAKCTE 4. 1000. T'lMeHFIVH CEXTS. THREE YEARS OF McKlNLEY. sum tiiit:tmiiiiimi.-'tiiii!iiiiiitiii!iit'vtt''!iti!iiiimiiitiiii iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiv'r'fv'uiHiiii;iiiiiiiiiirtm Administration's Work Reviewed and Ana- 1 lyzed by Four Eminent Students of the Times. ViMrrrrrHrrV HE BLIC. vviv4 4 frlBHilWni MTJMMW T 'ssTTsTssfssTr '"issTPi Fit fllftoTlM 1 fcfa?z3b2&g33auGW1t&Tti3jLrilT ' r VMU'fSf.r iCTTAJ yIsSmm' 3-TiiV nv tt mrM''7mrr lm ' . t-- v. mcv Bfk. a .at". iamm a esll' mm m. a lywwfwyr rcrftm tir 'rJ s& -r .4 RL K i. r- BY WILLIS J. ABBOT. New York. March 3(Copyright. W. V.". If. Hearst.) McKinloy's administration came Into power ns the result or a cam paign In which all the mot who o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

t- THE KEPUBLIO: SUAY. MAKCH . 1900. s I i IK I f l?5 I I M If t Is II? I& m a ! IT- m- ft E- I SOCIETY. Lent and Bad Weather Combined to Alake the Week an Uneventful One From a Social Standpoint Opera and Theater Audi ences Informal Entertainments and Personal Notes. ljsi wejk's rccUl U-'rress.on. iuc to two Important reasons the beginning o: ..en. rr.d tho unprecedented turm of several days was noticeable la all scctirr.s of towi r-r.d lr. n'.l so-called "sets " Even those yr eor.s who do ret oluirva th penitential reason were marked quiet, illspiatlng ab solutely ro Interest In :ullic entertain ments and a decided iniiiff trvr.ee to private affairs. The unreliability or street cars, which were bccmlngly paralyzed by the sivtn. made every cme who do.-, not own a broag'i r.m and pair tomnvhat chary about ven turing out alter nirhlfali. rlr.ee the idea of .rf-cli i Iptcp i-"ii,T cl the late "Ve- Kptota a large P-..H.3 ci uie un . lilac on street car, or. worse ytt. wattici: on c...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

4. - THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 3LKCIT; 4. 1000 N. I. & i V ft r LA. H f: ce i ' I N V . irora I I 4- is 5! T m&tiMmNtiMMNii ; """"""' jt'sr south of olive sr. f I Order TiMcs e i 'v 1-1- euit, tj-ln.-a r-.ni-.-ls room r-.-cs. mm CIO ill koi top la ".ik and ir-.!i 'i-u.. ECf SIM.- . .wlIU Sn-Wy Ct.-M .,,,., r,.-,, n,,-.. Tr,.iMi M 111 EnlM rak Mn" -n m ". iln--cr. C-n. OC pat.. in? . VWiOJ n! ly Ct.-'M FolIJ oak OUT -n t-. ". lnv cr, XK.Lch lu.Kit wih f,uw. .:.". 5ii a: Q Jonl i! r .!.! . c.ne4 van., two dnnvri iu bj'-.n. M 7fl .iy 2i.!U Kltor 1P Mt'fln taMf. Q b icct lcr; xucc.y liu.c.. .... . Cano rat e-.H" oali e-talrs. br.i ami Cajifc sat. brocei arm rtvkrrs a match . 85c ...SI. 20 .... S2.I0 S Stall Kla. r.-l(h tire- el-jubis fcoos. '"reach plal ji vS n.Ww ff g -, .o tfeSiia iLtfCJ - -y rrii; R"?rr- -S .frS;S "S S-."iLK '-----s-t'SE5viJi J PfJ2iSJiiw 5! fSsaBSSBESrnll -- .fi -FjS-vr-- Li, -.h IU.N.. Willi -.Me-,. : 'J'UJ Ilru-n. rartwj... .n . Irc.nt lm. flCi. SOLID OAK BEDR...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

If- - 1 THE REPUBLIC: StJXDAY. iTJC8CH '4, 1900. ft NEWS OF THE OLD W0RLD--BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC. FRANCE DECORATES ALEXANDRE DUVAL, LONDON DELIRIOUS OVER VICTORY, SENTIMENT AGAINST NAVAL BILL GROWING, AMERICANS GIVEN CORDIAL RECEPTION. BRITAIN ALREADY TALKS OF REWARDS. P I- I CARPBTSl TA I if ft- - V .1 s. 1 E t I. 5.. J i-' If 4. s fc I?- Government Is Grateful for His At titude During the Siege of Paris. GRAND AUTOMOBILE DISPLAY. Exposition Commission Outlines a Plan for a World's Exhibition Wife Attends Hus band's Club. SPECIAL BT CABLE. Paris. Saturday. March " (Copyright. 150). by tho New York HcrOd Company. lis French Govcrtment has Just conferred ca M Alexandre Duval, manager of tho company controlling the celebrated Bouil lons Duval, tho deercrallon of the Legion of Honor. M. Duval Is S3 vears old. nad Is tho son of tho founder or tho rcstauriint Uo was a butcher, who wartcd an enter prise, which has since become such a valua ble property, by serving In his butcher shop a...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1000. v I. sK 4K ' kwn li I ,1 5' ?! f Jjw - if- - "'"' ' -. 1 s--- ' -r CURES WEAK Send Name and Address To-HSay You Can Have II Free and be Strong and Vigorous for Life. ENSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOiV.E. I- TV. K3fArl 31. D. How any man rcr QlcXIy ear JmIf after Ytvca of KzSTtritx trozn FfxuM u aXa. lost Tlialltr. i.!gfct lobars, vaxleocfl. etc., and cn larr smaJL wmJi crpacs to full Mi and tJeo Simply aesid your naxxm acJ address to Dr. 1 V. Kn&pp 1S Hull bide. Drctt, Mlrh.. nd ba '111 Iadlir nd the fr receipt with mil dl rrctloaa -no that any" man may easily cur h!ra If at home. This Is certainly a xnot jrnerous cCTer. and th following extracts taken from fcla dally mall bow what men thlrJc of bin cnroi lty. 1ar Blr: Pleae accept ray lncrr thrA for youra cf recent date. I hav tsXvn your treatment a thorough tst and the benefit has ABSOLUTE SPECIFIC on ' Indigestion, Censtipatioa, COLDS, SHATTERED NERYES. A. Del Is a tin. red clU. mto onlr by ' t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

( r - 6 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, lAKCIT 4. 1900. ITU AT IONS AND HELP WANTED. ; t ' i I t if I- r it I! I r. r. t i I I I i - r. : STEAMSHIPS. iibiii nuiui Philippine islands vta Co.. Occidental & Oriental S. s. Co. and Oriental K. fi. Co From San Francisco: Hong-Kong. -nlna. Pcklrir. March i: Gaelic. March t. Hone-Kong Maru, March .1 1 o- rates, frelgt-t or passage, apple-to L. E. Totrnly. gt. s-1 u.ite. or J. E. Algar. act.. Jul OUte SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three Jnes for Five Cents. Each AJdltlcnal Um. Five Cnt Extra. COMPETENT German on.an want situation to do general hou-o:k. -713 Suliltau ate "COMPANION Highly refined, educates Sou"i eni toung bulv desires situation -s companion to lady cf wealth, lirst-elise referea'-es Elten. i li. "Republic. COMPANION I .dv of education arul gooJ ap pearcr.ee tvltl.oul incumbrance, wants poMtlun as companion or am-no-neiie with p-rt going abroad, would co for nv Isngth of tune, ref erences given. K SRipubli.. COUNTRY woman vants good ila...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

SCJl ROOM PLA1 El THE REPUBLIC: SUXDAY. IUAIaCH 4, 1900. BOAMD, (Lsoa -0c, 9 IK A. R00MSJF0R RENT. Three Uan tor Fir Cents. Each Adtl Line. F1t Cent Extra. ALICE Ave.. 21MA Five moms, with bath and its: near O'Fallon Park; S16. ALL desiring nice, comfortable room. 25c. a cay I'-1 week "P. 'hltc Houc. soatswftt corner Ninth and Pine; strictly tu--t-cl--s. AUBEHT Ave.. -757 Select private family will no: furnlshr-d room Kith light (team heat and bath to gentleman. "l-EL-LAve-. SII4 Nicely furnished front room, aultabla for one or two gentlemen; references. EEIA Ave.. S016-Two New England basement rooms, very cheap, a coy furra-hod room Tor gentlemen. ?6; furnace heat, gas and bath. BERNARD flt. 2727 Front rooms, furnished for light housekeeping; also other rooms; test from 7ic to S2 per week; all conveniences. 13ROADWAT. 105 and IK JC At the "Rest" 2 rooms 25c: 19 rooms 2Cc. 10 rooms W- per cay. CAF.R St.. 1721 Xewly furnished rooms for ho-kcepin;:: also handsomely furnished parlor: r...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

w 3 H THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4, 1900. MUSICAL AGENT nr FOR I A 01 S h H .1MU LLsfo tmve st- P "TV ' Y BTS. IT ND Al w m . U 4-- - F I ' 1 W T 1 l AGENTS' RENT LISTS. FOR RSI.T. 800 CRESTHUT STREET. 943 ra-k -ly-, .-.rtx-n Mone-fnr-t; itam htitr. Jerr a n bathr, e.i'lnt xmin-t--.s. ell nwl'tn; --tory br.c cx- JU- hoU" . 5" "H S e.xtb ku, ?--- li u. i room .. . 1 iCS- Ttocas St.. T-Mtry b-ick. rooms. . cna. iin ., . ... ... 1 w fl3 Ivnrosc- i-t., hjtii ir-roe c ttase . ... fc .12 011ie e . Uri- yyii.. ;.rj fcrkk. IS yon al! . .-n em n Tl.X f2 lark ace, ; M-r .r..k. 6 roofr-...- -. &IJ Pi." tu, liJK- 4'Hit." i stcry brick. J rooms, til con.n-rc-s ,-N U-0 fche dan av--. . tn sin?- front. S rooms, all co-.x: rea, Nrs 1J Sin rd p-od rtj.tj'- 2 W 1U1 l!rmrn ae . t-stuzy trlcK. roonw: ail conenirr.c C0.- JSO V uar!r. lc . 2 ptcr slo-v-font, - ., nwrit, ull c i nir:. . - '' 2540 lleb-rt bi., 2 itry . -.ck. 4 ivotz . . . 33 ' HCC I'oi'xr st. I i-vy fciUi.. 3 rooms. ... t i'OOVb ANM I...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY, MARCH L 1900. V : t 1 &:- .- - IV X VL HORSES AND VEHICLES. l"OK SALE. A Hamb!clan -Mcs-rac-r rre colt. ! ' th pld- it Is a nr.e antnl. A; ply -r write to -Creph SilJ. Edwar..vie. H"- 1I1ESTXUT mt-1 I-", "''two S?cf: one a rubber-tired spl-er. ""--J, -' . th otter a i-u-rey; Ii-i-iki iur tx.tn xchi-'es. ap ply at Kejc.s - WatMaa. VanJm.ntvr t-tabl-. CUPI jf oVcoJ horses, cheap, it It "to price. "G0 ?.'. fri-vr-itu st. ,..,.,- -,.,1 clss waronette. dr-rntner IS. MeCl-Bi YVast.- t-o.. l-li ... Jiroadway. "pINE rubb'r-tlren trap, secondhand. In flrst ria order. Wxa. Yov-s C-rrx-se -.. s Dcl- ITXC secondhand T" wacon. newly painted: this "is a barg. Wa Wan; Crrie Co.. 4' Dcimar ave. Mit Sals or KXLhar.E Good rnulu; sult-blo for tllvery wasoa. etc- K-31 Mas-olla. ave. """roll pairHas mare. 1C bat-da, 5 sears .IJ, fciii Dcadid. -tvlisb choice sinplo surrey dr-ier; SSSnn. U ban.'. ar-. ri --. mi s-iJl. r two t i i r vi ken. one - ica 1U . l"OUR lrK craft bor- and ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH '4. 1900. IS 35 11 Si i II Ml fc.-si I ft to ... lit fa! i? Mi if- it Pi If ill ' & ii 5 I- gt Free to the Ruptured. Dr. V. 5. Ktcc. the WcII-Ivno-rn Au thority, r-r-xid-, n Trial of 111" l'a uioiih Method Fro- to ll. Out of the chaos of oid-litne failure enrncs T)x7 and startling cure for rupture. lr. W B. nice. 4S N. aialu St., Adams. N. V.. has 4fV JS;; ; rilW ; hi I 4 - -&SE- 'i!i? Mi: OH S LNGE Invented a m -thod that lures without pi:n. danger, operation or an li.ur-; l"ss -f tl-no from the day's work. To ave..d ail question-! of doubt lie scnus fr. c to cver -..merer a free trial . f his method, and tncre can b no earthly reason why nnj on", rich or jvr. should not avail themselves of this gLneroas offer As an Instance of this rcciarfcab o method, the cu-e of e'har es I-ang,-. Morri son. 111.. !s a welcome piece of Intel-h-euci- Jlr. Lange Is a well pn served old gentle man, 73 years of age uml for Igtitt en tars had a bad double rupture...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

if I t 4 1 FfiAJl THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 4. 1900. 11 FINANCIAL. FINANCIAL. FINANCIAL ar". CHICHCSTCH'S CoI0LI3H Pennvroyal fills H VV OHctnAl i J Ualr -K-tanlstw AMSri. ' niHCIIKsTKK SGLIS!I rtT'ii I.I.I M Itl iViSt- Vt s--l k - t ii - t 'loir nsnf.rr. Refa-i 17 " tJ n "" 'nfc-"tli-tlo ami tmlta I f!j fl-. -& ? j-wr tikii if-i.4r.iii I - Jf -.nm r tr(IfUrv. Tflni-tlU TT r Hi " Rr.lf r frr liHt."!-! f r (nrr-i. -A If tun Vtll. I n.iYONi Tt --- !. ioitf T f Dn,-- 4 hlh-.rr hrmWI f .. U3tirat';3j--f "t-oJ- nnrr. Vtlt J'A. GELLA COMMISSION COMPANY. BOATMEN'S RANK CIS, BRO. & CO., (l1COItl'oItATi:). tPITI.. s.-i.m:. m. lii IP., L. A. Cells. IrtiL c. A. Illlei. "tc I'rest. S. H Adler.Sei.'r sadTrcis. COTTON, GRAINTFRIvISIONS, STOCKS. We exn ule onlet? promptly In ZZ b.il-s Cotton 1 (Hut. lots Grain, i) bblst, l'.irk. and W sliJnn Sin l.s ami upwards, fur jsh or n i:i:ir.p. t'ominlisloiii Cutt 11. i Mlnts. tlrain. 1-K: Provisl-.i .. I'cei.t-s. Htt-cks. '.. Svl.il linliicriii.-...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

Ut 12 THE REPUBLIC: SUXDAY. MARCH 4. 1900. ft:- CONSCIENCE HAS CONQUERED PRIDE AFTER TWELVE YEARS. QUICK MARRIAGES THIS PREACHER'S STRONG POINT. These Four frepajations FreeToYou. Fin:ni:nn' poksey his vi!oxa. ADMITS UK IS ALWAYS OX TJAXI") I'OIt TUB WOICK. m I- ti ll Ml W ft Hi i I n i a 3- i ait S' I li j?r-. lit 5 b i m SMSi . "I tf 1 J'- b I kK .- mm !!- fl Clmri'Ii I'tom Wlii.lt Ho Wiiliiln-w in :t St'iis-uiuiiai .Milliner Will Krceive Him Anew. WE I II I IH I W Dr. Plocuni, the famous sc:eriti;'-,'t.ho;:e lectures anil de:nontrations in Hew York an J I.ondoa this wister have atnuiilel niolic.il circle,has at last perfected his new sy.item of trc-atiueul for the absolute cure of tuberculosis sud all pulmonary disease. This triumphant victory orcrthc deadly bacilli is .far reaching in its effects, for there is no longer room for doubt that the Rifted specialist has given to the world u boon that will ae millions of precious lives. Dr. Slocum's System of Treatment is both scienti...

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