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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

11 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APEIL 1, 1900. ' ' T. 13-' vVfVfftkVVfiVmrfVcVE Center Tables, i'.TCllv like I'M. oak O! in.i1iOK.im , l(i-tnch lo. wrll (unshed, 64c S Jtn.,'1 emSsB Ifet.? r 'Ji&M ',K.C J t 5 IjVl uyjsaini. Qti'ck Sleil ao1 Sieves and Rang 0 Jiou w i i i l..r9im ii-m.' JVW.'iWTU ul j I m --tr J JE.'58T'iStvir IT P ISII SHU $ 11.1s. Prices. KU.ir ii.m'J. Ersee the celebrate d . i.dt Gt-oII'ic Stoves, no pipe to 1 ut t cud. i. al ways re.i'ly to us. ji 1 su'am J lor two seals.. n Iron Beds, nil -i"r. l.rass knobs and tun -mtnss.whuo CO OR enamel Oiiod Solid Oak SlueboauK jjolden llni&li. l"ren. a plate class. tJO 0C lined dra.wors..vU. UJ Intension Tables. pil lar leS C icet 1' pf' polish" 0 7fi llnish wH-. JU Cano sial flini'A trace arm, others ii at. iss; fjr; only...... u " Cano Feat Urace-Arm Hookers to CI If ..VII G The Fit Is Perfect in the clothes we make for yotu We won't send 3 garment out that doesn't give complete satisfaction to ' a cnstoi jer. It wouldn...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

12 TIIE KETOBLIC: SUNDAY. &PBIL 1. 1000. AMERICA SHOULD PROTECT BOERS. fThis Krntimont Adv-nu.'.. by South African lU-piibli.-V. Aleuts, in London. AN APPEAL TO STRENGTH. The riro.iM'M ot Ki'piiblii-N Is; Looked To by l'li'-iiiViii Ktu- ger for PioUviion Aji.iinM Tiical r.iitnin. sritriAh nv r.ni.n l,ondon. i-ilurdav. Match .11 -n'opv tight. lPOO. b tin- Ni Aork lid. il.l evunpinv 1 At" the time it i" lim testing J""' nov. '" hear. s 1 lnve lmn heiuuc iinnK tin last few elivs. ltoer opinion m the pi.-. il turn of aff.iiis m the South Urican eim palgn J fir Republic ii.i- alio ulv jmitlf-heil u in terview with one cuiiluuii which w is copied In cverv r.ipei or the I'niteil King dofn. 1 gatheied fiom whit lie s.ivs :li it there jre two ll-ui!Kt si e. to tin l.ci question nou. The tiri is tint tin liv r arc undisnuved 'Ihcv c in so on lichtuiR and. will !ih sum nder tint K to the English. Their 1 ilrcd of tee Kik'Mi he pays. Is unending. .Hid the will rather trek mav than submit 15...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

.w . ,t ht THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 1, 1900. 13 x 1-. :i V7 V w 4 X I As J I 1 I M CURES WEAK MEN FREE. Sind Name and Address To-Day You Can Have If Free and Be Strong and Vigorous for Life. INSURES LOVE AHD A HAPPY HOME. - Hov.- iitiy man uta (juhUU euro li'ms. If aJter ye.u't. of sufrinff ..!!! s. w w, k nei.!., lot.t '.Unlit), nlclit 1. srs irieo .11. rtc. and enlaigi small neik on; ins to full ize arid lgor. Simpl si nd 011r name and address to Doctor t. W Knapp 14'j Hull hulldlnir. lletroit. Mich and he will si idly end the fue receipt with full directions so that anv man may e.isilj cure himself at home. This f5 rertalnli .1 most c n rou offer, and the follow inj, traets taken fiom his dallv mail bliow what men think of his generosity: "Dear Sir: Pkase accept my sinrer thanks for ours of recent .late. 1 hae cKen your treattmnt a thorough tc-t and the benefit has been cvtrnordinary. It ins TELLS HOW BRITAIN SECURED 00B CODE. niiir&in Oflir.uil Cipher Bouk at Bogota, Col...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

14 THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY. APRIL 1, 1900. f - - .8 Our WILL TAKE PLACE Wednesday and Thursday, April 4 and 5. Vc offer our sincere thanks to the mail thousands of our friends ami patrons who have .so generously patronised and appreciated our business enterprise during- the past six months of our career, and we extend an urgent and heart invitation to you to favor us with your presence at our .spring opening-. We desire to state the event will be one of enjoyment and of interest to every one who appreciates the beautiful. It is with pardonable pride we state that the beauty of our store, enhanced by the most elaborate and artistic floral display, has never been equaled by any house in this city or surpassed by any house in the United States, while a select programme of choice music will make your visit an enjoyable one. This array of the beautiful is in keeping- with our magnificent display of Fashionable Wearing Apparel. Sufficient to state that the foremost manufacturers of our great...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

lJSWVmfiWK'''i LOUIS REPUBLIC. I TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: The Special Malt Edition h Printed In Three Parts, . C Tic Sunday Maaztee is 'Z Printed In One Part. , k!wisw& PART II. 8 PAGES. COI'YIMOIIT. lf. I5Y 1'1'HMSHHRS. r.EOUOB KNAri .t COMPANY. NIXET Y SECOSI) YEAH. ST. LOUIS. MO., SUNDAY. ATEIL 1,1900. price five :e;tk mTTTH 1 ii V4 QTP 11 I I. B i Y: t! ft. I- a P STRANGE CAREER OF A GERMAN BARONESS. Driven From Fatherland by Revolution? She Came to America and Acquired a Snug Fortune as a Music Teacher. The tassli!? rf r:,i -s l-edcrlrk.i GlyeUherr Txuiki. v. h .. .1 n li i h"iii J-o. :; s-'cjili I iitt i.ti. Mr. :. M.iith Jl. tn.irkcil thr '1"-p f .in !ifl oaree: The end of her hie - ii, f Ik'ni; ouiili.tM with her udenl into llio tturld, mi i.u as ur-iouniilnf-s wir c i.."p:iii-i1. Willi ;o-.'--..'il "I Hi'.llieiont oi the orld'. eoods to supply lier nouN. ami to pio!de for funeral ap icliitment". her burial tajis iiiipretentiors. ''or l!ili t. -li r- vi hi- had lived in tin. h...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC. SUXDAY, APKIL 1, 1000- m k r; fc fi tl If" M ?l !i BIKES WITH MOTORS. There Seems to Be a Clamor for a Self Propelling Two-Wheeler. Types Now Being Exploited The Designs Now Placed on the Market, and a Discussion of Their Relative Merits News Notes of the Horseless Vehicles. wniTTEN row Tin: fi'Ninv urn r.i.nr From tin. standpoints of ii'laptnlullty to Roiior.il use ami of low liri-- it is imUtildc t'l.'it the motor liicyclo will oie long liceoine the greatest fiirwr in the Hiitoniohlle bubl-m.-s. lntUv.1. public imosi-.-t m tin various l'onn of such vehicle winch have made llH'ir :.ruvoar:ince tip 'he present tlnt-o Is m intense .is to warrant tin statement that the first lnnnufar'urcr in a position to siip I'ly the demand therefor will ie.ip a bounti ful harvest. Several nirtor bicv.Ies of more or loss- merit have recently ! n described in tluve columns, ami in eaeli instance the number of inquiries for further particulars which followed have indicate. a opposition m...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

3 ELBERT HUBBARD COMING TO ST. LOUIS TO LECTURE. tl it; piolublv neer would hue thoiubt of it lint il not b. 1 11 foi this mhiiii; tm an's (ouliil poltums-s 1 lduml tin diiii ti,r. as MiKf.t.sttil b lit 1 loiiiid tin d" sirid address, whit It, suie inoimli, li id lit en 111 ittii lib (h inid. And "SI. K" will Kit bis watih and rinu. His iicirt will lit. glad; his fi tends will bo pleas, d. And a" btp.iusp of one h tiul-iinti', .r.i ilous and t ileattil ouim v 11m m, who hid tlm to ho pollto to .1 strangir. 1. X. S. THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. AFEIL 1. 1900. ii if V & Mi mn hi ' X i 1 Leader of the Roy Crofters Will Speak at Me morial Hall on April 13 Some thing About Him. M Elbert HuMirrd. the IiooUmaLor, ts try no means unknown in St. Louis, but his mm ins here on .April 13 to locum- .it .Mum lial Hall is looltcJ lorn aril to with Hie keenest intcKst, both b hi- few personl friends and t'ie :njn lovcts of his "books mid thlnsi! " Opportutiitv for person il ion tact with .-o unique .1...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. APRIL 1, 1900. 1 -7 ft kl I Marvelous Ctlf New Methods in Restoring Lung Tissues. Treatment to Our Readers. Br T A. Slocum, the eminent sl-ntist ami authority on ronsump tlon a'.d -aho'iury dLcases. is at Lt able to announce his complete victory over th- deadly bjeilli. After long years of scientific rcsear. It. lit"" new system of medicine has bc.n pcrf.ctej. Thousands of Jrlril treatments V.ivo bc-n rent to sufferers and physicians In all parts of tlu runntry. and reports coming in prove that there Is no longer room for doubt tliat complete Immuni ty front tuberculosis is uovrassuiiil. M-vrv c Yoik X Durham. X II.. testifies: "For eight msnth I was a lirwiF.s t inMiinp::e :'!id two physicians save m- up after exhitistmg their skill in vain 'l"e n'wuiuper published m nianv accounts of tli i-v lr. lo urn Kv-trm f '"leutiuent ana Its wonderful Micces that 1 sent f r n fro-i-uuir-e. and It curd me. My lungs are mnv sound and fully as strong as oier " W O fiame Fa...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

1 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. APRIL 1, 1900. 5 Fi H S li v 3 V V ll'? lii H Vio T At Ki I i Free to the Ruptured. Dr. AV. s. nice, tin- WplMCuonn .Ati- tliorltj. SrmlN Truil of Hi" K- intiiiM Method l'ree In VII. There arc people who hive bi"cn torturing themselves loi vo.us with tn.-ni It " loped tlnlr attention will be drawn to l'r. lUcc's rrtc offer. An cldcrl) and icllrcd & Ji,Pk4 2SMST H r? a . H WrV" as" iivca MM IMt S P.AI.I.. PljJElclan. Pr ? Hall or Marion Ala Is une of the liundiods .atti.ict. 1 so tin- K n erous. announcement .md a-' a r. suit, ho now ccmpietili ei-inl of a bad iiiptuio lilch was vtiv'hard to hold Although - ears of ago. he hiil the coinage ami lete inunatlor. lo tr thi.s now ami novel method, and lion ho lives in peace, inntent nieiit am! sxiiiitv JJi Hall looks luck to the old dais of crude nie the els and. in eom litifn hiils thP ivondeiful mrthod of Dr. like as a caivelou ilod-seid to the lires-i'nt gene i.it.uiis Hi -ill means, write t once to !r S 1!I...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 1. MOO. In J I THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC l-Miei! Every Pa In th Tow. rUIU.lSUEKS. CKOKfii: KNAl'l - CO Chariot VV Ktu.pp. Vn sl.lem .ml t-i. Her. George 1- Allen. ice frtsl'Uni. VV. It Citr. Seer, t rj OfVc. Cirite r seventh and .'live streets. IKHPI'MLIC l".l lU'lNd ) ti:kms or sI'Iisclii'tion: j)LT AND fcU.M) VI -si:VLN Is-SUBS A w ki:ic. in Mall In Ad.in.e ljstire rrcpaU. One Year Hli ininth Three mo-ilhs -"" An three tliv escort sunibev. ore ar f-un'lJS. Willi Macezluo oclil mall lHJtliu. Sunln Nima,.. Xli.crfiylllc .. , 5 IX 3 r.t r ; () i jiy iwumnis m- louis ani sbiintrs JVr neck. dattv oiS .V""!" IVr w.ek. e'.illv an! simi 11 cents 1 VI lCU- V-W 1:1 K 1-ssl 1-ruhll-hed Mendiv ami Tlmr-'.i - tenr.. $' 3 rirj-lt Ii lnnk draft. cpri-ss. mono orJer. or rcrtninil letter. Ail m 'i Tin: iti:rfit;.ic si Louis Mo rKrJoctrfl communications; cannot bo rcturn-d LnJcrali iltcir l-tnnr-ei.. fntried at the Pvt oRlce at St Louis Slo.ai t tt nn"!-la mcet'rr :omi:tii...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE !JE public snxDAr. atotl i, tnoo. M IA II; I V. 1 ISH . .ill. II 1 e'l'ti! 1 BOOKS m SHEET MUSIC 2 The- aooroach of Easter is I beautiful display of Cards, Fraycr Rosaries, etc., etc As to iosancs, note tnese prices: We ni.U'k ISosaiios. i-tool oh iin. .V oi. Mi- Child".- 15os.it te.-.-tivl chain. Sr i. Wo Pent I 15o-ari. ", -' each THe 1 Villi ISo-nilr-. :t..e e.irh. AS TO PIJAil-H i'"i; have M'.W liOUKS ASli M. Klin (1XS tin Sword ll.iinl. ' ' It'unic U"li. "To books at our em pi to -- SS5. SHEET MUSIC HERE Til Be an Old Man's Darling, - be a faithful vv ifo to him tin - to his 7.i. - 1 t . --1 Mi i crave, I'd rath rr 1" LffJIlSal, ItT3. Vy 31. To ntroiliiee this- hi- nittft I vv i."ng "lomoo U lSo-onf.1.1 thr wi'HUvwn S 15 c moms. jE- J-TZ SI I'll lc an old man's ilar-lm;;, not a bSrf3e5-Hat --- s v-sT J "".n ": SCld I a tlior of "T.iko lt.if 1; Y ur i.olil 1 m .l.il T Mci olI. Miirv." ard a -o!. or otlio: potmlnr pnnp- ill -oil M"in3 :1 Topio- "ril ! fM M.m"- liirlir :md Kot...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: STJKBST. KTBIE J. 1900. Cancer With Soothing, Bnlmy ells. Cancer. Turner Catarrh. Piles Fistula. I'lrrm. i:c2cma and all Skin an.1 Womb lisvu-.'S. Wii.e for Illustrated Hook. Sent l"r.f A.Mroi-s int. it. i:. vooiui. 502 Main it.. Little Rock, Ark. BEN BARNETT & OS. 607 PINE STREET. Money to Xioan. Q OS PMSOXAL I'KUI'kKlu t'NKEU UE.MIU) I'LlsDUUS POR SAUL'. ItuMne. Cnnlidcntijt. SPECIAL SALE. Ovorconls, Ouerconts. DUSN'S Q 0 oii.Ql.1 Fr.ir.kllr Ave. 1V arc new leslnp ut c ur -x-v-V. of m-dlum-wclsli' "! '' I"'' hot'.i !" tt -inJ - ''!" lmiid. In "idcr i iii.ik. r m i ui m-.v spring .took Pat" . $1 m "oats ar..l vc-ts j: 50 P. ' ' "- " "I' Xlwiey InaVcii on dll nrti' Irs of vain- lowest rate of Interest T Pur.n Loan & 11"-. mm.' o ST. LOUIS IHFfRKIARY OF OSTEOPATHY, IN CHARGE OF I)R. H. T. STILL, 407 Commsrcial Bldg.,S. E Cor. Gii.5 & 5 th Streets, - St. Louis. Oflicc Hours!' s 30 .a. in. to 4 p in. TAPE-W6Hi'2 r.S-i.Ei. vr .11 CJ .lii rlttl A -.1 . e. v..,v1...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

.' -M- jMMMVMMMMM-'? THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. PART III. 12 PAGES. I TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC! i Thm Krrlml Mmlt rjtULtm fm Printed la Three Parts. The Sunday Magaalaa at Printed la Oae Part COPYRIGHT. 1SO0. BY PUBLISHERS. GEORGE KNAPP &. COMPANY. WWWWWiWW AWWWWWWWWAflfl NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. SUNDAY. APRIL 1, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. r its 1 1 av ii "V 'i ORATORS NAMED TO MEET NEBRASKA. Missouri University's Representa tives Selected After a Contest. 2JIIIvav iillllllllllllllllll UIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUI Iillllllllllllllllll WILL DISCUSS SOUTH AFRICA. Urratij-euieiits Completed for the Annual Shakespearean Kutey tainuient at the Colum bia Opera-house. i:i;ruKUc prnoiAi. Columbia. Mo.. March ."1 The annual Shakespearean contest of the University of Missouri will occur April at the Haden Opera-house The contest this car will oo unu.suany close and interesting. .111 1110 contestants ate h.iil at work on their se lections. The following juogi amine hah been arranged: "Hamlet." Act 2. S...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 1, 1900. f SOCIETY. Many Prominent Educators Were in Town Last Week Entertainments for Miss Haz ard Card Parties, Dinners and Musicals Notes. Visitor- and e-nterPiiumeiiis for them oc cupied last week to a large extent. The presence In town of iiunj piornlut nt edu cator, a laigc- proportion of whom wore women, has naturally :eulte-d In the, planning of semisuiial affile lor them. Miss Caroline Hazaiet. pi.-sldeut ot Welles lex College, received peilups the greatest asiount of .social attention. Tliue was lu ll; time during her three eln.vs visit that was not occupied IJ some i-nteitaiunicnt n ..thrt given lor her 1 the various clubs ho fell cspiclallj honor. .1 1 hei com ing Allss Hazard exeinpHited dm ma her visit that a woman ma li presi.l. nt of one of the larb.st college fn w.un.n in the ouuU. ma have ieielv."d tl-re-e decrees Horn Institutions, of learning for tr ad vanced scholarship, and nuv he 'll(' fcUl-'-.essful author of vital aluahle works o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

r THE EEPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 1, 1900. 1 !.' r I"' ii 7 V ME. YAIvK, Queen of Beauty, JW inent cities of the world before vast audiences and lias Decn pro nounced bv all newsinners lo be the most perfect woman in form and feature now living, .spe.ikb to the women of the world and confesses to them that the secret of her beauty lies m perfect healtn and the secret of her health lies in the use of her own remedies. Among them Fruit cura her great and wonderful tonic for curing all female ailments and building up the system. Fruitcura restores all weak organs to perfect health. It cures the many complaints of women that only women know of. It restores the vitality, makes the eyes bright, the step elastic and brings the bloom of health to the faded cheek. It renews the nerve tone and makes the flesh firm, hard and velvety. In fact, jts use is the royal road to perfect health and beautiful womanhood. It cures their com plaints and nervous troubles of any nature and revives the vitality ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 1, 1900. II UAH IONS AND HELP WANTED. i' STEAMSHIPS. JAPAN-CHINA Philippine inlands- via HONOLULU, leucine Mall s P. Co. OcclJertal R Orleiral S s Co and Oriental S. S. Co. From San FrnnciFco: China, April 7. Doric April 1. Nippon Mara, April t Por rates, tretflit or passage, aypl) to L 13 Townslcy art.. 421 Olive, or J. 12. Algar. ant. t Ollxe SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Till?? Ll-rs 'or Fixe Cent'. Each Additional Line. Fixe Cents Extra. HOUSEKEEPER Situation a- hou-ekrej or or companion by middle-aged lndy xerx quiet, and actlxe. nist Mid tastj a n! e -.anr-tiess, hah had )ears' experience, hi th In families and In fctltullon; In or out oil) xorx lih-lic-t c.l) ref erences. Call or uddress Mrs. B. l"s Lucas llaco COMPANION Ladv of education, unincum bered, dcbtres position u- compinlon to pari) going nLroad. letoremos T ll Republic COMPANION Educated xperleiieoJ voui.g woman ilo.sir, s positlun as ln.lv s o-npanlon or nurse, will Itaxe' the citx C l'u R...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

. t- .-, ""r? .,.,-.-. ,-! THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. APRIL 1, 1900. ROOM 04M PL47 iG i to cX2s AGENTS WANTED. ,99a3993d393a93939 FOR RENT. FOR RENT. ia, A -3q K V k X M BS . l?s TV RT . t cv11 mu " R" A . f n,r ir. iloeft A. Tnliln. . reck court, (-menim vr want a tho-nuchh relish- partv tn ev-rv coiintv '1 vii w.inf a nice, d.an business fi.it will mal.e Voii n pvod livlnc. address )!!t A CO., ft IUS WE Don't Want Hoys or 1Oafers to writ-, hut men or ithilltv . 5:o" to J'-oo per nontti: sales-nun srid neneral nc.nts. salatj or mtnmlln, excep tional Inducements. Racine Fire Ericlne Mfc- CO. RaCl'lo. Wis I."" mo-tLlv selllm; spool iliv soap, imp'.- nut fit free Leas- Soap Co.. Cincinnati, o JJCr. monthly i-u.irnnteoii rell tli nrcnts lntrr "fiuolnc Gtsrs itreai Hoard, t itiii! fiw. Central Supply c . H 7. Cincinnati, o T141 tnonlhlv-: permanent position. sell'T.c alum inum ci!i, cnjrraved case and 1 o.ntaved ards posRivoh fee. is. II. I.iwrcnce X nrtlv Co., Cincinnati, o. 3;n weokiv to p...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, APRIL 1. 1900. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 'TH m PTT em TTV TF IMPROVED CITV PROPE11TT. nn Ail FOR U W REN nY N - i -r.fijrung ACE i H4k 21 AGENTS' RENT LISTS. Continuing Business o f Anderson-Wade Realty C& WeSo licit Co flection of Reits, no Charge for Advertising -"esidence.-. N ( or' Etvtr"- ami I'm I morn and lull, old M . A bulldlnc S12.. 00 f, R42 rih inn- 1 rooms nl m kiwi 1W STW Westminster. MshCd S701 Westminster. S3vl Franklin die in it.ims, t-taoir. iui- 1M ! 75 7. i 7uuJ i.i tlo u jfunilsht d . . 31 rooms, ajurs lease. occupied 1101 Pine t . 12 rooms . - 13.k''asl..iiUon tie. 13 room- 'e . -.. II..U . m 1 ...vOII. ll'tie lird J7T ClM-Vinm ;:. Tl rooiri, !1 contcm.nces C).0 440 Host 11,11.' pncc- n ;""'. - hous, complete open 5f"i Wn.'iincton .ne. 1 n m -rm,l ivimar aw 10 ro tns. all criitriilonce .,1 ,ij f . in Sn ltusstll. 32 rooms and stable UM) Citm fi- kv'.. 1 rout is. 1"-". tears' lease . .. SMI rinr.ey .ite. 1 r nnn. all coin I 0) tliroo 31 m r...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

w1. ? - - V- THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAT. 5&PRITJ 1. 1900. f vtVVAvs S T, eV' , A -1 U! r ; r ? IP V REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. lMPKOVED CITV PROPERTY. . ArELArE Ave.. r.!2.V-Two-story slx-rn-m fcrtck dwelling: lot ;'x;o, price ti.Oi. SlroJunau : Strodtman, ."017 N. Rroadwiv. KLAJR Avo.. 4312 Two -nory nine-room brick; all Improvements made. prUvj JJ.WJ- J-lroJtman - btrodunari. HIT X. Broadway. CLE31ENS Ave.. BK'! lvlSS feet. S-room frame, attic gas. b.th laundrj. furnace, fruit and hade trees; J1.3W. COOK Av e tW-A substantial f-mm ,1 tnchid brick h u-e. hall. k.is and hath: llftl. house fast of Pendleton a.io.; $3.SW. J. J. 31c Bunald. 1'iS Lai led" building DAKOTA St.. IKSAt a. barg-iln. 4-room brick house; lot e0xI27lU DOUBLE hoU"e for eight famill'A In good lo cation: chmp. O llc. Reput.ll. EASTON Ave. 4""1 llous. large Miirvrojrn nd 6 rooms an J bath oitr Mot p. barn, tn McKEE-HAHi NAGEL K l: CO. HJtOitstnut ft ET-TTI-RXTII S!. 3713 N 27.X13.".. tHo-Ty. -It- room brfi-k. two famllin....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

8 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 1, 1900. PERSONAL NEEDS. oi.n ci.otiu norHT. "aIAVATS "end postal to M Sp'ell;l.in. 2C2S Ollie st . he I1 " blithest prices lor i-iJ Indies' aind a-cnticmcii . ilnlnii".. leathers vIl VrTFNTION-lIichc'U pi he I'ai.J fT ladles' nil ciiitlcm.ii .lothlnc .ut ts, Irl-tlng ttc. .itl ir FetiJ piMJl. W K.1U. 1421 1-ranklln ale "HIGHEST cash price paid for ludl. V and urn (!,inrn' oust ofT clothlm. nls arret '"nil or .end postii 1. Mill. r. i.. Waln:r. M. Kin. A 213 mr.i.-w.. ci,i:a.mm: ami hi-i-aihiag. l'l 1! silks, carpet" -.rntlcnien'- and lidlrs" ..its oh iiiballi ol.aid. .Ivy ! niiliii; rui-jn-i.s d lace cui-t.tfn- ": rsi Ivtii. A 1""s s 1 Flllott. '!' Pelmsr I.M'ir. :ou ran bai itn- oU list" or mv J. n.l c'caned or dyed nni cob r. or Mi-aped like new Uniiri Straw Wo-ks ,17 Lucas aie "OFIt clothes clen! djrl nnd repaired at wfJiM price'. H--t-rH worn Paris Djfln i.n,i ClcmiltiK Co. 1-2. Franklin an. Phone. Hlu In h P i)iii:mi.ums. SPRING ts.llo--n nd" rai...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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