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TH E'^WWHUD'SW^tR CITY" VIEW
ED BY THB/tPP,EAL, MAN|,
A Compllst*** of a Number of Happening
Social aad 0Mhenrls, Among the Afr.
Americans af the Second City of Th
jlorlous Caje. y*
Green Smith, its your-turn now.
Mrs. Oscar Mack is on the sick list
Mrs. Anne Cobb has returned fron
Pine Bluff. c,
Miss Cora Hawkins is Very sick wit1
If you wish everybody to.see it put
it in TJJE APPEAL.
Miss Sarah Stewart is visiting
friends in Frankfort, Ky.
The Appeal is on sale at Faulkner's
Afro-American news stand, 3104 State
Miss Gertrude Shreeves and Mr.
Joseph Shreeves, Jr., are both on the
Miss Gertrude Bradley, a prominent
young society lady, is soon to be mar
ried to Mr. Samue.l White.
The APPEAL is on sal at C.
McLain's cigar store and cut-rate tick
et office, 428 Dearborn street..
Mr. Julius N. Avendorph/is again at
his post of duty after a week's,illness
with an abscess in his right ear.
THE APPEAL is without question
the best advertising medium through
which to reach the Afro-Americans of
GERTRUDE IMOGENS PALMER,
violinste. Concerts^ musicales, instruc
tion. Room 86 Auditorium, and 680
Miss Mattie Johnson, who resides at
3241 Wabash avenue, has been on the
sick list, but has recovered sufficiently
to return to work.
Mrs. Sybil White, of Terre Haute,
who has been visiting friends and
relatives in the city, returned home
Subscribers for THE APPEAL who
wish to discontinue the paper must
send written notice to the office, prop
erly dated and signed.
Miss Eudora Fisher is making quite
a reputation as a contralto singer.
Her voice is deep and musical, and she
sings with perfect expression.
Mrs. Anderson Lewis, of Indianap
olis, who has been visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Albert Ford, 250 Sangamon
St., returned home Hast Sunday.
Mr. Bernard Irving and Miss Bessi*
Harris were\quietly married this week
Mr. Irving is an ambitious, stead:
young man, and will make a very fine
THE APPEAL has fixed advertis
ing, and will not cut them to secure
advertising. However, if you wish to
reach the people yena must use THE
C. J. Chambers & Co., manufactur
ers and wholesale and retail dealers
in fine cigars, are doing a rushing busi
ness at 2958 State St. Pluck and
push will tell.
A farewell reeeption was tendered
Mrs. G. M,. De Baptist-Faulkner at
Olivet Baptist church, Sunday. Mrs.
Faulkner left Monday for Africa to re
Master Harrisfca Emanuel, of 6352
Rhodes avenue, is confined to his home
with an attack of "grippe." Harrison
will be missed at the coys', club meet
ing, as he is president.
Do you want to preach? Learn at
home. Send two-cent stamp to Prof.
R. B. Hewitt for catalogue of Corre
spondence Bible School, 2908 Maga
zine street New Orleans, La.
Miss Leona Winborn has left a
string of aching hearts behind her.
Prominent among them is Mr. Harold
Ransom, who will do his best to hasten
her return, and make her stay perma
JAMES JOHNSON, Teacher of vio
in, room 86 Auditorium building. Miss
Gertrude Imogene Palmer and Mr
assistant teachers Wed
nesday and Saturday, Tuesday and
Miss Jessie Williams of Denver,
Colo., was in the city a few days this
week visiting her aunt at 3133 Armour
Ave. Miss Williams left for Indian
apolis Thursday to visit relations and
If you wish a loan on household fur
.niture, horse, wagon, diamonds, Jew
elry or real estate and are holding a
salaried position, call on John U,
Grant & Co../Room 311, No 36 Soutt.
Rev. E. J. Fisher formerly of^Nash
ville, who has taken charge of Olivet
Baptist Church, conies
mended, and says it will be his aim
to make Olivet the leading fhurch of
the connection in the country.
Mr. Reginald Williams and Miss
Bertha Bryant were married Thurs
day, .laniiary 8th, at the home of the
bride. The bridal party was composed
of Mrs. W. Dyer, as matron of honor,
and iVIr. Harold Ransom, as best man.
Parties having money to Invest on
chattels, diamonds, etc., callon John
Q. Grant & Co., Suite 311, No. 36 Scuta
Clatfk street They will give two per
cent ner month on all moneys left
with ithem to be loaned on above se
Ihfiftrmatioi Is wanted of Miss oi
Mrs. Kate White, who left Omaha? &
few years ago and is supposed to be fr
Chicago. She is a bright mulatto
weighing about 125 pounds. Miss
White's parents live at Atchison, Kan
Any information will be gladly re
ceived y Dr. P. C. Kebble, Pittsburg,
Master Melville E. Mitchell, of 6348
Rhodes avenue, who has been confined
to his hoane since the 23d of Decem
ber with an attack of "grippe," will be
out in a few days. Melville was the
happy recipient of a beautiful bouquet
of flowers last Friday from his school
mates at MeCosh school, Sixty-Sixth
and Champlain avenue, which was an
evidence of Ms popularity with his
Mr. E. H. F^ullmer and Mr. P. H.
Htxon, proprietors of the Afro-Ameri
can news office and shoe shining par
lor at 3104 State street, deserve much
credit for the energetic manner in
whiefe they have, conducted their busi
ness. All the Afro-American papers
are n 3ale there, besides cigars, can-
-.dies, bootblack supplies, an artistic
shibe and good treatment from pro
S*T prietors and employees.
"v^i Prominenl among our young' colored
^business meit are Mr, X^narles Taylor
ijfaekey and Mr^ Virgil Mackey. These
iwo young:ieE-)}ye managed^ a sue-
WEST SUPERIOR WIS.
KENNETH CLAKK, President
C. BIGELOW, Vice-Prestdent
-Cor. 6th a
Our New American Mammoth
THE BEST AND LARGEST MAWGLE
FIRST ONE IN THE STATE
L,o\A/^st Prices on F^lat Work
SHIRTS, lOo COUUUI3 and OUFFS, 1o
State 5team Laundry^
Phone, Main 1609 mWmt 8#ventli Street
EVERY STYLE OF MACHINE.
Nsw Moulded Records Talking Machines.
Alii* PENNY AND NlCKEIi-IN-SIiOT iflACHiNES.
EDISON PHONOGRAPH PRL0R,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc.
Cor. Seventh and Jackson Sts.
T. L. Blood & Co/5
ARE THOROUGHLY RELIABLE.
ST. PAUL, MINN,
AT RIGHT PRICES.
..CASH OR CREDIT..
ST. PAUL, MINN.
JEO. H. PRINC E, Cashier
H. W. PARKE R, Asst. Cashiev
398-T-410 Jacksorx Street,
WESTERN FARM LANDSfOfi SALE.
on basis of sales
of any beer en
Tl. M. 2104-L2. ST. PAUU MINN.
FLOAN & LEVEROOS,
^Ti -^%j*f.-\.fc^^si. *$$*m* st**%*s
j: ij^ I have for sale over 80,000 acres of choice fanning lands
inlitfinnesota and in the Red River Valley of North Dakota
at $11. to $30 per acre, as good farming lands as any in' the
world. I also want to call attention to\the 20,000 acres of
fine grazing lands in Western North Dakota at$2.75 to$4.50
per acre. This is th placeif you love to.keep atockr*-tbat
"^oushottid invest yonf money in. ,t Call on or address, ?w"
E. -G. MEL,L,EM.-i" S"
d Jackson,, 3gK JT. PAUL MINM.
tailoring business ori Thirty- i
Sixth street for aboutiour years.,, They
'have .proved themselves to^bVhoneBt,
fright, steady workers. Mr. Charles
Mttckey will soon lead to the altar Miss
Louise Mitchell, a rfcflned and highly
respected young lady. We wish them
Now, all who have the*time- spare,
To read THE APPEAL'S news so rare,
Should to Faulkner's, 3104 State, re
And leave the price of the paper there.
Then, homeward with your prize please
Read THE APPEAL yourself and to
And when the news they3 wishA to know,
know where to get itaint that
E. H. Morris Entertains.
H. Morris, of 2712 Dearborn
street, entertained at a Cafeteria
Luncheon Tuesday, January 6th,' from
1 o'clock to 6 Mrs. Morris, having a
reputation as a charming hostess, en
tertained her.guest* with the latest
parlor games, awarding prizes with
each game. Five prizes were awarded,
Mrs. C. S, Washington, Mrs. U. Y.
Blair, Mrs. L. B. Anderson, one each,
and Mrs. J. N. Avendorph, two. A pro
gramme was contributed by the guests.
Those present were as follows: Mes
dames U. YV Blair, H. A. Duncan, C. S.
Washington, W^ T. Jefferson, P. Banks^
H. J. Parris, Geo. Townsend, L. War
ren, Julius N.. Avendorph, N. D.
Thompson, L. B. Anderson and Miss
Yellow Reynold's Place.
The place of entertainment opened
by Mr. Reynolds at 2252 State St. bids
fair to be one of the most popular
pleasure resorts in the city. It is
handsomely fitted up with all the nec
essary conveniences that tend to pro
mote the pleasure and comfort of vis
itors. The attendants know their busi
ness and strictly attend to it. Mr.
Reynolds, for a number of years, suc
cessfully ran a pleasure resort near
Cleveland, Ohio, and will doubtless
maintain a high standard of amuse
ment atvhis present place.
Mrs. Charles Kaufta, male, 1238 In
diana avenue, Mrs. Dora Wischman.
Mrs. Lucius Butler, female, 5442- But
ler street, Mrs. L. Glover.
Mrs. Wm. Caswell, female, 3001 Ar
mour avenue, Dr. R. S Bently.
Mrs. Edward Taylor, male, 2724
Dearborn street, Dr. A. B. Schultz.
Mrs. Edward Young, male, "2824 La
Salle street, Mrs. L. Glover.
Hattie Wright, age 46,' 2955 Dearborn
Andrew Ladd, age 49, 2545 State
George Morgan, age 23, 2831 La Salle
AMONG THE RAILROAD MEN.
Where They Are and What They Are
Joe Nail is steadily improving and
hopes to be able to take his run soon.
"Little Billie" Williams was in from
the Northwest this week seeing his
Tom Grayson, an old timer about
Chicago, now has charge af Moore
Bros.' new private car.
"Bert' Lewis is nQW running on the
"Florida Limited" between Chicago,
and St. Augustine,, Fla.
Charlie Brown, formerly of the
Moore Bros, private car, is now run
ning for Pullman out of Jersey City.
James Thomas, of the Canadian Pa
cific, who has been visiting relations
and friends in the city left for Hot
Springs, Ark., Wednesday.
Richard Ellison, an employe of the
Pullman Co running between Chicago
.and Boston, died suddenly Friday of
last week of heart failure^
Robt. L. Knuckles, age 47, 5220 Lake
Kate Haggins, age 42, 661 E. Sixty
Louise Johnson, age 57, 2423 State
Lizzie Lester, age 29, 3709 State
"Bob" Thomas has returned" from
his first trip to the coast over the Mil
waukee & St. P. new route.- He be
speaks great possibilities for the new
line.- _" Y- \'i-^'JJ.,Jt
Stole a March. '*-*-J
Mr. William Porter, the jui. mem
ber of the Porter- Embalming and Un
dertaking establishment, stole a march
on.his friends on Thursday evening of
last week, and quietly tooV unto him
self a life partner in the'per*on of ^Miss
Mr. anC Mrs. Por
ter have many friends in the city, and
The Appeal joins in- the congratula
tions and good wishesIv-ClV-Vr ^ll?T
^REAp THIS CAREFULLY.^
If ybu are troubled with kinky or
curly hair lwe Ozonized Ox Marrow
it will make\your hair straight, sof
and beautiful. If'you are troubled
with hair falling out. Ozonized Ox
Marrow will stqp it. If you have dan-,
draff and itchlrig in/the head, Ozon
ized Ox Marrow Will'give you instant
relief, and make the hair grow. -Ozon
ized l4 Mftrrow its a hair food ana
Imparjs to the'hafr that healthy^ life
like appenrance^jBO much desired.
Sold over 40 yearri. Never fails.
ranted harmlei ?f5nd us 60 cent*,
and we will shlp-itju bottle expren
paid. Address Oionized Ox Marrow
Co.. 7^V7ab^^e.,cyMfo.^lI^ 4V*
f* The Flexibility of a Dorothy Dodd.
ITHevqy step^fljedle|^rti mtgxw&t
^bendr^The proper ^J^e Jfor. it id bpad is f\
at tfie baiT'M the p6t?^rtiever at the-i^ep. $
*r To make fk'hend^at the "ball" things, are|f
^necessaty:-^-the sole mW be extremely.flexible^*
while the sharitpr arch must be extremely rigid.
Most shoes bend,at the shank, thus losing their
shapelmess and thing the weak arch of the foot*
That is what makes walking for most women so
The "Dorothy Dodd" shoe has a shank that
supports the weak arch firmly. It will not bend* The method
of sewing the shank is different frotn.the ordinaryit Is sewn
through and-throughmaking a strong, firm shank than cannot
be obtained any other way. has a sole that is extremely _,.
.flexible and will bend.
Every step, in such shoes is,
Builders' Hardware, Tools, Tinware, Paints, Oils, Glass.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Workers.
63 East Sixth Street,.
delight & Jo 0x\ r.
.Tney dost $ f^^^M^^ g
A few special .styles. $3.50. V-'A^ VZ?-
The Plymouth Corner, Seyenth and Robert.
Agents for the
Red Cross Stoves and Ranges
And Thatcher Furnaces,
519-521 Uniersity Av*v, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Frozen from CREAM.
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS TO 'LODGES ANti CHURCHES.
The Crescent Creaanery Co.,
A. D. THOMPSO N DRU GO
COR. THIRD ST. AND FIRST AVE. SOUTH, OPPOSITE POST OPFIC*
41 Touches? the Spot
3rd and Minnesota.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Llk Lxpress Company.
G. D. CHARLESTON, PBOP.
Packing, Shipping and Storing.
S WOOD AND COAL..
ST. PAUL, fllNN
Combination of Comfort
Luxurious^ 'Travel ani|
Inquire for rates and information,
should you contemplate a, trip well
rounded out with, pleasure.
T. W.TFASDALE, Gen. Pas.Agt.,
St. Paul, Minn.
jcoerr^roRSHiPPUL GRAND LODGU
MHIN*SOTA, A. P. AHDA.M.
R. L. DE LEO, GRAND MASTER,
418 B. 18th St., Minneapolis, Minn.
R. MORRIS. GRAND SECRETARY,
1020 Guaranty Loan Bldg., Minneapolf*.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, A. P.AND A
M., meets first and third Mondays of eacV
month at Masonfc Hall, No. 319 Wabash*
street at 8:00 P. M. H. G. Johnson, W.
M.: W. A. Hilyard. Sec. 124 Atwater St.
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO. 40, A.
P. and A. M meets second awl foorw
Tuesdays at Masonic Hall, No. 319 Wabjr
sha St., at 8 :00 P. M. E. J. Brack, W.
B24 Parrington Ave. J. E. Porter, S
FAST GBAND MASTER'S COTJNClfc.
No. 123, A. P. and A. M., meets the sec
ond Friday in each month at Labor Tem
ple building, Minneapolis. All visiting P.
G. M. In good standing cordially Invite*
to attend. W. U. Morris, W| M.'^
Thomas -U. Hickman, G. 5., No. 422 wt.
Anthony avenue, St. Pnul.
MARS LODGE, NO. 2202, MEETS
ohd and fourth Wednesday in each moDtl*
for business and the third Wednesdar to*
instruction at Odd Fellows' Hall, 25
Seventh street. J. E. Porter, N. G.r Tbo-
R. Hickman, P. S., 422 St. Anthony Ave.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH, NO. 553, 9.
O. of C. F. meets first and third Mondaj^K
in each month for business second Mon iU
day for instruction, at Odd FellowB' Hall,
253 K. Seventh St. Mrs. Nellie F. Francl**.
M. N. G. Mrs. Ida M. Johnson, W. R.,
No. 592 Rice street.
ST. PAUL. PATRIARCHY NO. 114,
meets the second Monday in each month
at Odd Fellows' Hall, No. 263 E. Seven*
street. All Patriarchs in good standing:
are invited to attend. W. R. Morris, M.
V. P. Thos. R. Hickman, R. V. W. r.-
Francis, V. P. Geo. B. Lowe, W. P. R.,
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCH, cor.
Fuller and Jav streets. Suoday services:
11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday prayer
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor visits on Mon
day and Tuesday at home Wednesday am
Thursday. Weddings, funerals and :-u*'
sick attended on notice. Rev. J. C. Anfirjp
son. Pastor. 380 LouU St.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHtTRCH, Cor.
18th and Cedar. Sunday services: Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 n. m. Sunday
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday even
ing general prayer meeting. Fi'iday even
ing scudy Sunday school Jesscu. Funeralr1
and weddings promptly attendtd. Rev. .W.
D. Carter, Pastor. 559 BIfelt St.
ST. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL MISSION*''
corner Aurora avenue and Mackubin stre*
Sunday servicos: Early celebration of H0I5
Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. High celebration o
Holy Eucharist first and third Sundays,
11:00 a. m. Matins, second and fonrtlr
Sundays. 11:00 a. m. Snudny school, 12:30
p. m.. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, 6-:30 p.
m. Vespers," 7:30 p. m. Week services:
Wednesdays, confirmation class, 8:00 p^ o*
Fridays, evening prayer, 8:00 p. m. Satur
days, Holy Eucharist, A. Af. Rev. Everard'
Fl WINES. 'LlJ'Jltf AND CIGARS,
Tel 1818 ST.PA.O1, 1 IIMA
5 0 YEARS'
Anyonesending kte and de*crlpttgnm
autckly ascertain our opinion freejwhetbwr a
invennon is probably patentable. OomnunctK
./ee. Oldest agencr*x
Vumtttm taken tSroufrh Vmnjk Co. veeotw,
ipeclolnotie*, witliont*arge7l tfie
cnbttion of nv cientlfle journal. Vermp,fi
year fourniontn.#l. SoldbraD newsdeMeraT'l
CEFOKIS ASW!&riUll TBt'ATMENX.
OZONIZED OX MARRO
kla^orciiriyTiair xtralpbt AS*bown above. 1%
no-jrf jfien thescajf, prevents fcftir from, falltwr
WW pr breaUlng oW. cures dandmflr and nekes
t!bai over Xat ana xuied
br KioanandH. wtirmated fcarmiea*. Oicvare
fttittt^ons. Oe$ the Original OSADISM^I
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