Want Ad Department The Lake Shore News
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 May 1913, p. 8

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Help wanted advertisement: maid for general housework, 514 Washington Ave., Wilmette; girl for general housework; 926 Michigan Ave.; girl for office work, experience not necessary, must live in Winnetka

Situations wanted advertisement by M. R. Moritz,curtains washed, colored and mended; will need the services of a thoroughly competent mothers' helper during the hot weather? A trustworthy young woman, who is competent to take entire or partial care of children. who sews and embroiders exquisitely, and who is kindly and Christian, will be at liberty after June 14; fine cook and baker will come to your homes by day; to young girl, successfully experienced young woman desires position as traveling chaperon. Address Miss Florence Hale, Wheaton, Ill.; trustworthy, refined woman will take care of house diring absence of family for use of one or two rooms
For sale advertisements for Shetland pony with cart and harness. Thorsen's Livery, Kenilworth; Singer sewing machine, 1137 Greenwood Ave., Wilmette; black soil and compound; Victor phonograph, 1 dozen records, oak table, 621 Elmwood Ave., Wilmette; sewing machines, Patterson Bros., 1522 Sherman Ave.; Houses in north Evanston, phone number
Various advertisements, some with illustrations for Evanston businesses.
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8 May 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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Want Ad Department The Lake Shore News