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*SK'e .RECORD OF HAPPENINGS.
r*ie "Saintly City" and Saintly City
-oik8Newsy Items oi aociai, Ke
ligious, Political and Genera! Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
type for their reading matter set on
typesetting machines. The cost used
to be from 76 cents to ?L00 per hour
for this work. Now the price has
been raised to FOUR DOLLARS per
hour. Just think of that when you
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every lmeset
Bear in mind that all social* articles
published, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
this office, Cedar 6649, and arrange for
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Davis, have
moved to 654 Rondo street.
100 Park Place,
One furnished room,
If you have good manners, every
body will advertise them fbr you.
Mrs. F. L. Brown of Grotto St., isWork,
in the South visiting with relatives.
Mrs. H. S. Brown, 522 St. An
thony Ave., is very sick at the hos
Mr. J. C. Broyles, who has been
very ill at his home, 833 Rondo St.,
There is a letter at this office from
West Haven, Conn., for Mr. G. H.
Mrs. G. H. Lucas, 642 Rondo St.,
entertained the Handicraft Aid Club
at 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday.
Officei Cedar 0508 Res.t Dale 2947
Res.: 678 St. Anthony Ave.
MRS. T. LYLES
T. H. LYLB UNDERTAKING CO.
150 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
If you need any painting, paper
hanging, interior decorating or pipe
fitting, call C. H. Crane, Dale 9334.
Sunday, Oct.* 9, is Fire Prevention
rooms and one furnished, 519 Fuller
St. Tel. Elkhurst 0175.Advertise-
Fishing tackle of all kinds rniay be
obtained at Elmer Morris' Drug Store,
cor. Dale and W. Central Avenue.
SMALL LOANS^-Made on good se
curity. Apply to Walker Williams,
554 St. Anthony Ave. Tel. Dale 6731.
Mrs. H. Milner,'189 Edmund St.,
who had a very pleasant visit in the
South with relatives and friends, has
returned to the city.
F. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Day and will be duly observed I reunion was held. The program for
throughout the city at various meet- the club year was outlined. Talks
ings. jwere made by Mrs. D. E. Beasley,
FOR RENT-Three unfurnished 1 flZf^'
Calls Answered Promptly Day or!
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel fT 111 III
WEST FOURTH ST. OI. rAUL 234
The Ladies' Aid Society of Pilgrim
Baptist Church, met Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Kelly,
950 St. Anthony Ave.
All news matter and articles for
publication must be in THE APPEAL
office not later than Thursday after
noon to insure publication.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, F. and A.enjoyable
M., meets flrst and third Monday In
each month at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo
street, at 8:00 p. m. J. W. Thomas.
W. M., W. S. Archer, Secy., 498 Carroll
Readers will, doubtless, notice
that Messrs. H. W. and C. A. Schnck
have some desirable homes for sale.
See their advertisement elsewhere.
Mr. E. A. Hatton, 126'W. Arch St.,
the expert repair man of the Golden
Rule Victrola department, was a
business visitor Monday in Kesota,
Deposits made on
or before October
15 draw 3 months
interest January 1.
.You will never
have money in the
bank unless you
start an account.
93 East Fourth Street
in the new city directory, the popula
tion of greater St. Paul which in
cludes South and West St. Paul, is
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weldon, 554
Aurora Ave., on last Thursday ten
dered a complimentary motor drive
See the Twin Cities, to Mr. F. W.
Harsh of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williams of
906 Gaultier St., entertained at din
ner Tuesday for Rev. H. L. P. Jones,
pastor of St. Jame's A. M. E. Church.
Covers were'laid for eight. "-v.
Gopher Lodge, Elks, met in regu
lar) meeting Wednesday night and
fitted antlers to three candidates, one
of whom was Rev. H. L. P. Jones,
Pastor of St. James A. M. E. Church.
WATCH AND WAIT for "The
Feast in the Wilderness" under aus
pices of Sunday School Club at Pil
grim Baptist Church, Hallowe'en
night, Monday, Oct. 31.Advertise-
SPECIALFull line of gents' fur
nishings and a lot of odd trousers for
sale at prices ranging from $2.50 to
$6.00, at Harry lagan's, Merchant
Tailor, 313 Rondo street.Advertise
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for*
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident
668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel.
Ladies who desire anything in the
line of hair work, will do well to call
on Mrs. Lizzie Talbert Allen, No. 100
Park Place and Summit Ave. Prices
reasonable and satisfaction guaran
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 653, G.
U. O. of O. F., meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hall, corner of
Aurora and Kent streets at 8:00' P. M.
Mrs. Ida Broyles, M. N. G. Mrs.*
Carrie E. Lindsay, W. R 918 Wood
Rev. Joseph S. Strong of Bethel A.
M. E. Church, Thomas St. between
Marion and Rice, will preach a spe
cial sermon for the Elks tomorrow
evening at 7:45 o'clock to which all
Elks and the public in general are
Special Hand LaundryMrs. H. S.
Sawyer is managing a hand laundry
in connection with the Astoria Sani
tary System, 368 Wabasha street,
which is the only place in the city
where ONE DAY SERVICE may be
had. All sorts of lanudry work done.
Repairing and laundering silk shirts
a specialty. Goods called for and de
livered. Tel. Cedar 1741.Advertise-
MOTOR PROGRESSIVE DINNER
Twin City young people had a very
motor progressive dinner
party last Wednesday evening in
honor of Mr. Fenton W. Harsh, Jr.,
of Chicago. There were thirty-two in
the party occupying eight motor cars.
The dinner started with the cock
tail cours at the residence of Mrs.
lone E. Gibbs, Columbus Ave., Min
neapolis, where a delightful fruit
cocktail was served. The soup course,
with crackers and olives, was served
at the residence of Mrs. J. E. John
son, St. Anthony Ave., St. Paul. The
party then drove to the chicken shack
on Eagle St. where each was served
a big one-fourth*"of a chicken sand
The next course was served at the
home of the Combs Brothers, 4th Ave.
S., Minneapolis, where lemon sherbet,
cake and bon bons were furnished.
Mesdames Jasper Gibbs, Jr., and
Hiram Gibbs served the next course,
tuna fish salad and cheese straws, at
the home of the latter on Nicollet
The party then motored over to the
home of Mrs. G. E. James, West Cen
tral Ave., St., Paul,, and were served
cafe noir, demi tasse, cake and candy,
the dessert course and grand finale
were furnished at Mrs. J. Q. Adams'
residence on St. Anthony Ave. Ice
cream,, cake, candy and* nuts were
Music was furnished at the various
homes by Mr. Sidney Williams and
the art de terpsichore was indulged in
Everybody had a jolly good time
until the wee sma' hours,, when
adeaux were said and the revellers
sought their downy couches." _v^
According to the\ basis of the names/tTO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN.
A desirable eight-room duplex, gas
and bath, newly painted 602 AuBible,
rora Ave., near Dale. Price $3,250
$1,110 cash cash $180 every six
months with 6 per cent interest-on
deferred payment. Tel. Cedar 5649.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any oc
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 554 Aurora Ave., opposite
Union Hall or calling Elkhurst 0449.
Mrs. W. V. Howard, 767 Ron# St.,
was hostess to the Adelphai. Mlub
Tuesday afternoon, when its cli&'s
Gentlemen wilL find the NEW PAL
ACE BILLIARD PARLOR and BAR-
BER SHOP, John E. Ellis, proprietor,
No. 9 West Third street, a good place
to have tonsoroial work done and also
to spend leisure hours. -Public cor
dially invited. Phone Cedar 7196.
Mr. M. Love, proprietor of the Elkpromote
Tailoring Co., 310 Rondo street, has
purchased the building next door to
his former place of business, No.-306
Rondo street, and is better than ever
prepared to supply the wants of his
daily increasing list of satisfied cus
toemrs. He invites old and new
patrons to call.Advertisement.
Mr. S. W. Williams, proprietor of
the tonsorial parlor in connection
with the Astoria Sanitary System, 368
Wabasha street, has purchased the
four-chair barber shop formerly own
ed by Mr. Jas. McGhee, 440 Jackson
street, and invites the patronage of
the general public. Mr. G. D. Howard
will be manager of the Wabasha St.
Mr. Wilfred Jackson of Memphis,
Term., and Miss Bessie Lowe, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. ^George B. Lowe,
were quietly married on Thursday
afternoon of last week. The wedding
was solemnized at the parsonage of
St. James A. M. E. Church, Rev. H.
Li P. Jones officiating.Advertise
Let it be known that' br E.^S
Weber has purchased the dental
offices formerly owned by Dr. C. E.
Cheeks, 54 W. Seventh St., and that
he is sole owner and operator of the
(Signed) E..S. WEBER, D, D. S.
GETTING HARNESSED UP WITH
By E. W. Gilles.
The greatest happiness is in the
The horse running loose out on the
Western plains, has a care-free and
labor-free life and, a certain kind of
enjoyment. But let him become har
nessed up and yield himself to the
harness and respond to the calls for
service which come to him, he will be
far more useful and, if he is capable
of it, far more happy.
The care-free life of one who is not
harnessed up to some definite useful
enss, falls short of the greatest and
most abiding joy. How seasons of
hilarity an seasons of depression
often follow each other in such a
The church has a wonderful work
on hand, and needs you in it.
THE POSITIVE MESSAGE.
By E. W. Gilles.
One of the first lessons of life is
that of avoiding personalities. There
is a way of knocking sin without in
dulging in personalities, and we
should be so wise as to find out how
it is done, and practice it in our
lives and efforts.
There are always two ways of get
ting at things, the positive and the
negative, the constructive and the
At least nine-tenths of our efforts
should be of a positive, constructive,
upbuilding, sou-lfeeding nature.
To put the thought the other way,
not more than one-tenth of our ef
forts should be of a negative or de
upbuilding,, soul-feeding nature.
As far as you have opportunity, I
beg of you to literally feed those
about you on God's Holy Word, the
and to feed them a good deal
more than you whip them.
What would you think of a parent
who whips his children a good deal
more than he feeds them?
What would you think of a farmer
who whips his animals a good deal
more than he feeds them?
In family life and in farm life and
in all life, the food is the big thing,
and the whip is the little thing.
I beg of you to never disappoint
those who come to you expecting posi
tive, constructive, instructive, soul
feeding efforts on your part.
If you never disappoint them, they
will be pretty sure to come again,
and to keep on coming, while if you
disappoint them it is probably the
last you will see of them.
It is this positive, constructive, in
structive effort that secures co-oper
ation on the part of others, and co
operation is the big thing in all col
Negatives and destructives and
hammerings and knockings are re
pellant and drive people away and
Co-operation is the thing, and I
beg of you to use methods that will
it rather than destroy it.
COMFORT AND CLASS, TOO
FOR FALL AND WINTER IS
AFFORDED BY THIS SHOE.
FEATURED IN SOFT BROWN
CALF OR BLACK KID m-7 QF
THE PAI JliBO
78 E. 5th St., Near Cor. Minnesota
"The Sanitary Laundry"
Works: 289-291 Rice Street
Branch Office: 443 Broadway St.
W. B. Webster, Mgr. St. Paul
THE OLD RELIABLE 8 GENT CIGAR
TEL. CEDAR 0871
198 W THIRD ST.
'.5 THE STANDARD FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
MAKES HOME SWEET HOME
THE LOG CABIJNT PRODUCTS CO.
WAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
PEOPLES FUEL AND TRANSFER
MOVING AN HAULING O TRUNKS, BAGGAGE, PIA-
NOS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO AN
PART O THE CITY.
We carry a full line of Coal, Coke and Wood.
This is a New Lot, the Styles are Full of Snap
Among Then Are MMGOERITES and SWAGGER BAGS
Single and Double Handles
The Leathers Are Genuine PiN SEAL, COBRA SEAL
and GENUINE MOROCCO, SILK LINED and
Fitted with PURSE and MIRROR
SAF E MIL
Phone Elkhurst 3163
MINNESOTA MILK CO.
FLOUR STATE BAKING CO.
That crispy crusted
Baked like mother's
four loaves in a pan.
LUGGAG E ,SH0P
Once you try
You'll always buy
4 0 E. THIRD ST
Gent's Suits Dry Cleaned $1.75
Ladies' Suits Dry Cleaned $2.25
Gent's Suits Sponged and Pressed 50c
Ladies* Suits Sponged and Pressed 75c up
JUST CALL CEDAR 5764
J. W. WALTON 519 WABASHA ST. AL. WRIGHT
FOR GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP AND SERVICE
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
R. N. TRAVIS. PROP ANN'S
HEADQUARTERS FO RAILROAD AND
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
MicUSeason Clearance Sale
AT SIXTH 400 ROBERT ST.
TEL. FOHEST 7787
CLARENCE A. SCHUCK
REMODELING. CLEANING AND PRESSING
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
429 trXIT-EKSITy AT^.
665 UNIVERSITY AVE.
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL WE SHALL
BE PLEASED TO RENDER YOU WHATEVER
"WHILE TOU "W-^IT
CLEANING REPAIRING PRESSING
368 WABASHA ST.
NEAR FIFTH STREET
Silk Shirts Repaired
and Hand Laundried
We Call and Deliver Tel. Cedar 1741
H. S. SAWYER, PROP. SAINT PATJEi
TEL SU31MIT 2450
R. J. SOLOMON, PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery, Ice
Cream Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Carry System
558 St. Anthony Saint Paul r..'.*S
TEI.. CEDAR 808X
UP-TOWN SANITARY SHOP
OTVJSIf HOWM.I,, KANAOZH
SHOES REPAIRING CLOTHES
OENTS SUITS DRY
STEEL PLANT LOTS
Dyed&Shined Laundry Agent
FREN CH DRY
LADIES SUITS DRY
IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
CALL CEDAR 5764
ST. PATJX. MINN.
519 ST. )'v VjC
CleaningWABASHA Pressing, Dyeing
and General Repairing
||LLOF EVERYTHING YOU WEAR NO MATTER WHAT IT IS J/^I^
OUR AUTO SERVICE COVERS THE CITY
THIS IS THE MAN
"WE CAIL AND DELIVER
ST. PAUL, MINN.
TEL. ELKHURST 2956
HUGH W, SCHUCK.