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To whom it may Concern.
ffik.'jPaul, Minn., March 7, 1906.
To thG niembers and congregation of
St. James A. M. E. church:
After thorough examination of all
checks, books and accounts of the
secretary and treasurer of the Board
of Trustees of St. James A. M. E.
church of St. Paul, Minn., we, the
undersigned committee assigned to
the duty of auditing said books and
accounts, find accounts absolutely oor
rec^ and accurately balanced.
R. H. Anderson,
J. W. Milton,
Orri C. Hall,
W. E. Alexander,
H. F. Mclntyre,
The Following Exlains Itself.
For and in consideration of the sum
of One Hundred and Fifty ($150.00)
Dollars to me in hand well and duly
paid, the receipt whereof is hereby
duly acknowledged, and for the fur
ther consideration of peace, harmony
and good will among the members of
the St. James African Methodist
Church, I hereby release and discharge
said church from any and all claims
which I may have or I may hereafter
have for and on account of salary and
pay as pastor of said church.
is further agreed and convenanted
between me and said church, and
Boards and members that I will not
perform any of the dudes as pastor of
said church or undertake 1o perform
any duties as pastor thereof or to oc
cupy the pulpit on and after the date
hereof, and do hereby resign all claims
as pastor of said church.
It is further mutually covenanted
and agreed that I will on or before the
lflth day of April, A. D. 1900, vacate,
move out of and surrender possession
of the minister's residence and parson
aee of said church located at number
435 Jay street: in the city of St. Paul,
Ramsey county and state of Minne
sota, and that my righ: to remain in,
keep and use said premises shall in all
respects cease and end on the said 19th
day of April A. f). 1.906 that further
notice and that all notice or notices re
quired under the law of the state of
Minnesota is hereby waived.
In testimony thereof. I hereunto set
my hand and seal this 27th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1906.
(Signed) R. SEYMOUR.
Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the
Thomas R. Morgan,
Orri C. Hall.
State of Minnesota,
County 'of Ramsey
Be it known that on this 27th day of
February, A. D. 1906, before me a No
tary Public, personally appeared Rob
ert Seymour to me known to be the
person named in the foreging and who
signed and executed the.same and he
duly acknowledged that he made and
executed the same for the purpose
therein named of his own free will and
Thomas R. Morgan,
Notary Public. Ramsey County, Minn.
My commission expires April 24,
Tf it's Haram's. it's all rigat
It takes more than a fence to make
THE ELK EXPRESS CO. now has
its office corner Ninth and St. Peter
It's a good deal easier to pray for
the preacher than to pay for the
Have you seen the new magazine.
"VHE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?" See
notice elsewhere in this issue.
The Appeal has purchased the press
and outfit of the Richardson Printing
Company and added the same to the
plant. Bring in your job printing.
Best work at lowest prices.
Gentlemen wishing nice furnished
rooms, with all conveniences, by tlv3
week or month, at reasonable rates,
sho.ild apply at the Benton House, 228
West Third street, up stairs.
THE NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO.,
Win. E. Nagel Manager, 208 West
Third street, Telephone, Main 1504.
Latest equipments in every line.
Lady assistant when desired.
William A. Robison concert violin
ist and teacher. Studio 322 Bradley
building, Fifth street opposite Court
House. Robison-Weir orchestra for
concerts, musJicales and receptions.
BOARDING HOUSE. Mrs. Ella
Smith, prop., 352 Cedar street. Break
fast. *,:30 to 9:00 a. m. Regular din
ner. 12:00 m. to 2:30 p. m. Meals at
other hours to order. Regular dinner
THE PEOPLES SHINING PAR-
LORS. Walter Porter, Prop.. No. 95'/,
E. 4th and 127 E. 5th streets. When
you wish a good shine give him a call.
Shines cents. First class work.
Spocial chairs for ladies.
The State 'Savings Eank, corner
Fourth and Minn^cta streets, '.s open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8. Ac
counts can b^ started with $1. A little
amount saved every week may some
day stand between you and want.
ELK EXPRESS CO., G. J. Charles
ton, manager, corner St. Peter and
Ninth streets. Packing, shipping and
storing of furniture and household
goods. Piano moving a specialty.
House renting, real estate handled.
Those of our patrons who desire to
have matter published must get the
same in this office not later than
Thursday afternoon, otherwise it may
be crowded out. No notice will be
taken of any communication that is
not sighed by the author.
Mr. Charles A. Miller is now pre
pared to do expert work in the repair
ing of watches, clocks. Jewelry etc.
Send a postal card to him at 903 Globe
building and he -will' call for 3-our
work and deliver the same when com
pleted. If you have any such work to
do give him an order.
Any Picture to be Framed? If you
have and are waiting for a "conven
ient time," let us frame them now.
Its convenient for us at any time but
a liUle more so now than usual. Be
sides' the longer you wait the more
chance there is for the picture to be
damaged. We can give your work
special attention now.Picture frames
and mouldings, art materialsLowe
Picture Frame Co.. 475 Wabasha St.
Telerhone N. W. Main 219 J-2.
Beautiful hand made rugs may be
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ter how dirty or worn out it may be.
.Rugs made any size desired and out
i^Yfc, ,of any sort of old carpet which will
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fflipicharge. Just,,.call,. up the Simonet
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1772 1, or T. C. 'phone 1802, and
they will call for your old carpet.
Rates reasonable. Office 90 West
Seventh street where the beautiful
rugs may be seen.
The Colonnade Dancing Academy
made quite an improvement for their
patrons. They have built a skylight
twelve feet long, six feet wide and
eight feet deep. Mr. Loeffelholr, pro
prietor of the, building, said that Mr.
Winstead has the finest crowd of so
ciable people he ever saw. The Col
onnade Dancing School is a regular
summer resort for dancing. All pa
trons are cordially invited to attend
each Wednesday in the week.
Did it ever occur tc youthat this
is the time of the year to put your
stoves and ranges in repair for win
ter? THE ST. PAUL STOVE RE
PAIR WORKS, 126 W. Seventh street,
ias the best workmen and the best
equipment in the city, and can fur
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at any time and any place. A card
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W.. Main X206-L1, or T. C. 242. Bear
in mind that we can do your work
now better and cheaper than when
cold weather sets in and we are
rushed with orders. Time is short so
DO IT NOW.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Total Deposits Over $2,500,000.00.
The only bank in St. Paul exclusive
ly for savings receives deposits in
sums of $1. and upwards, and com
pounds interest semi-annually. Open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8.
St. Philips Church.
Services as follows: Holy commu
nion 8:00 a. m. every Sunday and at
11:00 a. ni, every first Sunday in the
Morning Prayer and Sermon at 11:
00 a. m. Sunday School at 12:30.
Evening Prayer and Address at 8 00
Rev. Father A. H. Lealtade.
Priest in charge.
The Voice of the Negro.
Mr. S. D. Kemp has been appointed
*gent for "The Voice of The Negro,"
a monthly magazine published in At
lanta, Ga.. and the only magazine now
being edited and published by Afro
Americans in this country. Messrs.
J. W. E. Bowen and J. Max Barber
are editors. Among those who have
pledged their support to the magazine
as contributors are: Prof. W. E. B.
Du Bois, Prof. Kelley, Miller, Dr.
Booker T. Washington, Mrs. Mary
Church Terrill, Mrs. Fannie Barrier
Williams and a score of others promi
nent among the leading writers.
The price of the magazine is ov.]'
?1 per year. Persons desiring to suo
scribe should send their subscription?
to S. D. Kemp. Army Building foot of
Robert Street, St. Paul
An Elegant New Hostelrie Opened
P?'i*'v,iraFS'3i9 ^fflBBI fei#*!$ii -V, 'j^H
B^K.*'??ww!piSg!H*" S8HL& ^^JUHHsilfll
Chas. W Dwyer,
Minneapolis can at last boast of hav
ing found a man with grit, business
ability and moneV enough to supply a
long felt want. This was no other than
the big warmhearted Chas. W. Dwyer.
Mr.' Dwyer came to this city a little
over four years ago as head waiter of
the Commercial Club and shortly after
his arrival a coincidence happened
that made him ashamed. There was a
leading,, Afro-American Company play
ing*at one cf the local play houses and
they tried in a fruitless effort to find a
first class place on the order of a ho
tel, hence they were scattered all over
the cityMr. Dwyer took in the sit
uation at a glance and formulated his
plans from that day which reached the
stage of maturity last week when he
secured the three story brick building
at 224 Washington Ave South, the
most fashionable part of the city.
This is demonstrated by the fact that
it is direct across tho street from the
world-wide famous "National Hotel,"
a hotel that is known the world over
for its famous Dutch and English din
ner rooms. The Hotel Dwyer consists
of a brick building three stories high
and is said to be fire proof. The first
floor will be rented out to a Jeweler
and a clothing firmon the second
floor will be situated the office and a
large number of transient rooms, used
exclusively for the traveling public
the third floor will be devoted to local
patronage which will be greatly ap
preciated by the lonely ones of the
"Flour City." Mr. Dwyer sent to Chi
cago and secured an efficient manager
who will look after the business end
under his personal, supervision. Mr.
Dwyer has gone to a great expense in
fitting out this HotelHe has furnish
ed every room with brand new furni
turo from mat to mantel.Every room
is an outside room and lighted by
electricityEverything was in place
last Saturday and a Grand Opening
was given, that was only equalled by
that given at the Canadian at Los An
geles, Cal.. about ten weeks a30.The
doors of Hotel Dwyer were thrown
open Saturday Feby. 17th at 10 P. M.
and the occasion was graced by the
presence of a host of members from
the Minneapolis Commercial Club who
came to do honor to whom honor was
due.Chief among that number was the
genial and much loved Sec'y. and Mgr.
E. J. Westlake, who has the happy
knack of doinz the right thing in the
right timeHe made an eloquent talk
which everybody enjoyed as well as
the other part of the programEvery
thing broke up at the early hour of 4
A. M. and ev3rybody felt that .another
Star bad been added to the Crown of
Chas. W. Dwyer.
The traveling public will do well to
watch the leading papers lor his Card,
giving phones and other particulars.
THE SANITARY WAY
COALr AND WOOD
FLOUR, PEED AND HAY
C. W. STAEHLE.
Everything at the right price. Rice, Carroll and Iglehart Sts.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL
A slight pull on the chain lifts the
top, forming a hood which draws ail
smoke, or odors, from broiling, back
into the range, thus preventing their
escape into the room.
This is Moore's patent and is to
be found on Moore's Ranges
Call and see the Hinged Top,
the Oven Thernymeter, which
makes baking a sure thing the
Controller Damper, and other handy
devices to be found only on Moore's
KL Johnson Furniture
1 and Carpet Co.
419-421 Jackson Street *fe
Welsh Rarebit Sandwich..
New York Sandwich
Haii\ and Egg Sandwich..
?te. 5c. RoNs. 5c.
J.S MMS jLwj %l^m 8ft
No. 444 Robert Street. Telephone N. W. Main 3082-L
Between Serenth and Eighth. Open from 6:00 a. in. to 2:30,a. m'. r-
This is tin- place- whcie \uu can got jour liunute sandwich, good hot coffee,"'/
co(*ui, lunch Oi rreal.
An tvic-me will rind all the delude les ihe*-ason hero, with cooks .who
know ho* to prepaie them.
Toothsome sandwiches nay bo pi coined here that cannot ho gotten in
other place in tho Twin Citus.
Ml of the principal street cars %top near my place. While waiting for a
car, 01 any other time, come in.and keep tho griddle hot by getting voui favor-
ite dish. -y
Ladies find this a delightful plaoe to come to a- ivei\ihms is mat ami clean,
and they may oat at screened 01 unsciotned tables and be t.eated with the
If-you come hero once you will hi t\ ^i
25 1 Hamburger Steak Sandwich
25 Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
25 Plain Steak Sandwich
15 Roast Veal Sandwich..
15 Roast Beef Sandwich
15 Fish Sandwich
15 Roast Chicken
t5 Pork, Chop Sandwich
15 Sardine Sandwich
10 Tongue Sandwich
10 Cheese Sandwich
...10. Ham Sandwich
10 Eoq Sandwich
10 Wienerwurst Sandwich
5c. Coffee, 5c. Tea. 5c. Milk, 5c. Cocoa,
FIFTE EN CENTS.
EYE DEFECTS AND SYMPTOMS,
Eye defects are fewsymptoms man y.
There can be but two defects in the human eye.
Theeye ay be too long- in whole. Then we have the
O too short in wholethe Hyperopic eye.
Combine the two in one eye and we have Astigmatism.
Property adjusted glasses will correct these defects.
Medicines or waiting, never.
Sympto ms that spring from these two simple eye mal-
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other ailments having their origin in lack of nerve force.
W correct all Defects of the human eye that glass es
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PIONEER LODGE No. 1. A. F. and A.
M.. meets first and third Mondays of each
month at Wagner Hall. cor. Charles street
and Western avenue, at 8:00 p. m. F. I..
Phelps. W. M. L.. F. De Lyons, Secy., SCO
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO. 4, A.
F. and A. M.. meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Wagner Hall, Cor. Charles
street and Western ave., at 8 p. m. Wm.
F. T. Chandler,.W. M.. 144 E. 13th St. N.
B. Marshall,. Secy., 554 Aurora ave.
MARS LODGE, NO. 2202, MEETS
second and fourth Tuesdav jn each month
nt Odd Fellows' Hall, 221 West University,
corner Farrington avenue. Entrance on
Farrington. Daniel Row N. G. Thos R.
Hickman, P. S., 422 St. Anthony ave
PAST GRAND MASTER'S COUNCIL.
No. 123. G. U. O. of O. F. meets the sec
ond and fourth Friday in each month al
Odd Fellows' Hall. 221 W. Universitv
coiner Farrington. Entrance on Farrinsr
ton. Wm. R. Morris. W. G. M. Thos.
Hickman, G. S., No. 422 St. Anthony ave
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO. 114,
meets second Monday in each month nt
Odd Fellows' Hall, 221 W. Univeisitv.
i-orner Farrington. Entrance on Far
rington avenue. Thos. R. Hickman
acting) It. V. p. W. R. Morris. P. M.
P.: Geo. B. Lowe, W. P. R., 1781/, Wab
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH. No. 553 G.
I O of O. F. meets second-and. fourth
Monday each month at Odd Fellows
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Maggie Beard. M. N. G. Mrs. Ida M.
Johnson. W. R.. No. *16 Marion St.
UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIEND
NORTH STAR LODGE NO. 15S U. B.
K. meets first and third Tuesdav in each
mouth at hall No. 116 West Sixth street.
Brothers in good standing always wel
come. J. R. White W. M.. J. Q. Adams.
W. Sec'y, 49 E. Fourth street.
BIDDLE CIRCLE, LADIES OF G. A.
R. meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month in Supreme Court room, old cap
itol building.. Mrs. M. J. Leavitt, Pros..
Mr. J. R. White. Secy., Phoenix Bldg.
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHCRCH."COR.-
Fuller and Jay streets. Sunday services.
1100 a. m.: 7:30 p. m. Wednesday praver
meeting, S:00 p. m. Pastor visits on Mon
da and Tuesday at home Wednesday and
Thursday.Weddings, funerals and the
sick attended on notice.' Rev. R. Seymour.
Pastor. Parsonage. Cor. Jay and Fuller.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor.
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nig at 11 a. m. and 7:45 n. m. Stiodnv
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wndueadav
iug general prayer meeting. Fvklay ven
ing study Sunday school lessee. Fineral*
and weddings promptly attend* Rev. W
D. Carter. Pastor. 559 Klfelt St.
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Sundays. il:m) a. in. Sum' school, 12:30
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i.u. Vespers, 7:30 p. in. Week service*:
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Fridays, evening prayer, S.OO p. m. Snuir
days. Holy Eucharist, 1 A.. SI. Rev. I-erre
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