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I Williams of Bnxton is a capital
I eUjW»itor this week.
AIodko Jones who has been quite
tick is improving nicely.
jjr. and Mrs. H. Gonld will move
Monday to 1210 Center street.
lira, Adam Dixon is quite busy at
present in her real estate business.
Miss Mabel Ma&ee is spending ber
one week school vacation with Miss
I Zoe Hlcbardson at Cllve.
Mr. B. J. Hack who has been work
in Centerville for the past several
returned to the city last Satur-
Little Hellen Thomas is seriously ill
it the home of Mr. and Mrs. B, N.
If Hyde. Her friends are alarmed at her
Bev. 0. A. Johnson, pastor of Mums
H. B. church, read a very interesting
paper at the Ministerial Association
Miss Susie London of Buxton had a
very serious operation performed at
Mercy hospital. she is now doing
Nicely furnished rooms for
rent at 510 W. Third St. First
class. Mrs. L. Denny.
Mr. Murice Foster who has been un
dergoing treatment at the Mercy hos
pital, returned home Tuesiay, April
Chester Cishman who has been at the
Methodist hospital for several weeks is
still improving, It is expected that he
will be able to be out again ere long.
The Messers. Henry West and L. 15.
Blagburn, who have been suffering
with an attack of the grip, are conva
lescent. The former has been confined
to his home for several weeks.
Mrs. L. V. Denny royally entertained
the H. B. S It. C. Thursday, Mareh 30.
Mrs. Fred Jackson will be the next
hostess. The president wishes every
member to be present, as officers will
Mrs, N. Hyde entertained at din
ner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Ham
ilton. This is the first time that Mis.
Hamilton has feft her lie me tince she
sprained her ankle last winter.
The K. of P. of Eraser and Boone
had their annual sermon preached by
Rev. S. L. Birt at the latter city on
Sunday 20 ult. It was a very instruc
tive sermon and was greatly appreci
ated by members of that order and
their friends who were present
The Fair that was held at Corinihian
Baptist church was a grand success
and the Sewing Circle was well pleas
ed with the results. The program was
the best rendered in Des Moines for
seme time aEd was well attended.
317 OTH 3
317 OTH STREET—
On April 10 to 14 the Minneapolis &
St. Louis R. R. will sell round trip
tickels'to California at odb fare, with
return limit ninety days. Tickets good
going one route and returning another,!
with liberal stop-over privileges, tall
oo agents or address
Mathews, D. P. A.,
Des Moines, Iowa.
CLARA. A. CLIFF
General Stenographer and
We do high grade work in Copying,
Manifolding, Mimeographing Name
and Address inserting to perfectly
match, aityl guarantee satisfaction.
(Jive us your order.
Mutdai, Phones koom 8S8,
Des Moines", 1«
at Union Congregational
churcb Sunday April !)th.
Morning service, topic —"lemple
Evening service—"In His Stead.
Popular Meeting at 3:30 p. m. Ad
dress by Rev. Ben. E. S. Ely
Presbyterian church All are invited.
A NEW CHUROII.
A new A. M, E. Church was organ
ized at Enterprise last Sunday by Re\.
8. L. Hirt of Boone, who held services
»t 10:30 a.m., 3 o'clock and and
o'oloek. A large congregation was
present at all the services.. The
sch -ol board has giYen them permit,
ion to use the school house until tl»
are able to build a church. Seventeen
persons were accepted as members
during the day aod on last Tuesday
night they met and elected officers for
the church and Sunday school. They
expeot to have services hcrt after every
H. E-Wright has been appointed to
the consulship at Puerto Plata, the Do
minion Republic, a small port on the
north coast of the island.
CORINTHIAN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Prof. E. L. Seruegs, president of
Western College, Macon, Mo„ will be
in the city next Sunday, April 9 Ue
will preach at the Corinthian Baptist
church at lo 30 a. m. An educational
mass meeting will be held at Corinth
ian church at 3 p. m, and a cordial in
vitation is extended to all friends of
Negro education to be present. A col
lection for Western College will be
lifted in the afternoon.
RKV. GRIFFITH, Pastor,
The entertainment that was given
by Mrs. S. Joe Brown last Saturday
night at the A, M. E. church, and the
one given by Mrs. C. G, Phelps last
night, were well attended and a good
program rendered at both of their. At
the latter one the Imperial Orchestra
rendered several selections.
Charles Morton, the boy who knock
ed the unknown man down last fall
at Harris-Emery's store had his second
trial this week and was found guilty
by the jnry and the judge sentenced
him to eight years in the penitentiary.
The Thursday Carnation club met at
thehomeof Mrs. F. Helton, 115 (Sramd
avenue, yesterday and were entertain
ed with the Household Economics by
Mrs. Helton leading the discussion,
other members following also a paper
by Mrs F. (). Goggins Mrs. Brown
sang a solo, "The Beautiful City Miss
Selma Stanton read a well prepared
paper, subject "Our Women.'' They
will meet next week at the home of
Mrs. P. Phillips, 1328 E. Twelfth and
On last Saturday evening at S o'clock
at Enterprise occurred the marriage of
Mrs, Emma Spencer to Mr. Albert
Mack. Rev. S. Birt performed the
ceremony. Only a few of their friends
were present. They tvill make that
samp their home. We extend our con
Last Monday evening at S .'!0 occur
red tl.e marriage of Mr. Alex Hoily to
I Mrs. Mar3r Elliott. Ker. O. A. John
son performed the ceremony: thus
another couple havj embakeii on the
It is said that another wedding took
place last Saiurdiiy evening on an
Inter urban ear while it was enroute to
Col fax, but as our reporter was unable
to see either the groom or bride to
have the rumor confirmed we think it
best not to call any names.
The Leader Department Store
is Going Out of the Cloth
Owing the rapid growth of their
various other departments, such as
Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks. Suits,
Millinery, Shoes. Underwear, Hosiery,
etc., the Leader Department Store is
forced to give up
ment in order to make rocm for their
other departments which, are fast out
growing their present space.
The Leader Department Store has
had such rapid growth that, notwith
standing the additional space they
procured from time to time by leasing
additional room and extending their
main bui:ding, they are now compell
ed to give up one of their departments
in order to have sufficient space in
which to properly handle the remain
ing departments. They have therefore
concluded to give up the Clothing De
partment, and have inaugurated a
closing out sale.
This sale comes just in the right
season and will afford a splendid op
portunity to those desiring spring aid
317 OTh STREBT-
sFTTLEttS' RATES TO MINNESOTA
The Minneapolis & St. Louis will
on sale each Tuesday during
Marihand April very low rates for
benefit of settlers to points Minne
sota North and South Dakota. Etc.
Through trains daily to St. ttiut. mak
ing direct connections in Union Depot
with northern lines no change of cars
en route. ,,
Don't fail to consult Minneapolis A,
St. Louis agents .before baying your
tickets, or address
A. B. CUTTS, G, P. & I- A.,
PRESIDENT SEEKS REST.
Theodore Roosevelt, our presi
dent, lett Washington this week
for the lone star state to attend
the Rough Riders Regimental
Reunion, to be held in Houston,
and from there he will seek the
wild secluded woods for rest,
sport and hunting, where he will
be away from the busy cares of
life and its strenous duties. On
his long trip through the South
he has met with a continous ova
tion by the large enthusiastic'
broad minded people of the hos
pitable South, and no doubt the
same responsive reception awaits
him in Texas. We wish him a
grand reunion with hi Rough
Rider comrades and a delightful
bear hunt and much restoration
THE DEMOCRATS WIN IN
The municipal election Tuesday
in Chicago resulted in Democratic
success again, and the new Mayor
with nearly all the city officers
elected are democrats while of
course the issues were local and
municipal and strict party lines
were not considered, in fact all our
large cities do not adhere to their
party when it comes to municipal
affair. We hope that Judge
Dunne, the newly elected Mayor,
moy do even more for the great
city on the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brad!ey of
Chariton are the parents of twin*—the
fatbe being 78 yeais of age and the
mother 63. The babies are a boy
weighing eight pounds and a daughter
seven, both well Developed, healthy
children. Mr. Bradley was a slave
among many others owned by General
Bradley of Louisiana and from him be
gets his name. lie was born July l(T
General Bradley enlisted in the war
of 1841 and James went with him as his
valet. After being captured at Boston
Rogue Bradley joined a colored regi
ment and took part in the battles of
Vicksburg, Fort Pillow and oilier
battles. Bradley's first wife is, dead.
His present wife is an ex-slave of Gen
eral Bradley, to whom he was marri
shortly after the war. He went back
to the old plantation after the war and
remained some years. He went to
Liberia with an emigrate of Negroes
and slKl thinks that is the proper place
for the Negroes of the United Slatts.
This is the seventh pair of twins of
wlik-h he is father—seventeen children
in all. He stands six feet one inch in
height and weighs 180 pounds, and is a
strong, powerful man at present time.
The C. B. C. Club meet at Mrs. Geo.
Patton, 124 Grand avenue, Tuesday
evening April 4, and spent quite a nice
evening. A short program was render
ed aud Mr. Campbell the reporter de
livered an address. Next Tuesday
evening the club will meet at the home
of Mrs. eo. Stanton, 1208 P.easant
str -et. Visitors are welcome.
Mus. Gko. Sxaxto.v. Pres.
Buxton, la.,—Special to BVSTANDEBi
Mrs. Elizabeth Riggs was born
in St. Charles County, Mo., May
7th 1861. In 1875 she was mar
ried to George Logan in her
birth place. During this union
two children were born. In the
year 1889 she was left a widow
with two children, one being mar
ried, the other an infant at that
time she was living in Nebraska.
She and her infant and nephew,
Julius Welch came to Mucha
kinock, Iowa the following year.
In 1895 she married John W.
Riggs, the husband she lived with
up to her death.
Mrs. Riggs was a loving wife
and a good and indulgent mother
All who knew her, respected her
as a perfect lady, she was loved
by every one. She was a good
worker in the church and a faith
ful member in all of her socities.
Mrs. Riggs had been sick for
about two years she had begun
to get better, but a few days be
fore her death she contracted a
cold which affected her heart,
causing her sudden death, Mon
day, March 20, 1905. Mrs. Riggs
wrs 43 years, 2 months, 10 days
of age, she leaves to mourn her
death, a husband, a mother, Mrs.
Ellen Welch, two girls, one who
i* married and resides in Des
k. «&. "X 'I*. fcjlf '•I'Lv'/.'i.
IOWA STATE BYSTANDER.
Moines. Her deiftest and most
affectionatfe child, ,Viola Logan.
Two dear neices, Eva Sneed and
Esther Calloway, other relatives
and a host of dear friends. The
community in which Mrs. "Riggs
lived mourn her death.
She was the BYSTANDER cor
respondent for Buxton a few
years ago and wa were very sorry
to near of her demise, and we ex
tend our heart felt sympathy to
her bereaved husband, relatives
CEDAR RAPID? NOTES.
The J, S. Y. club held tlieir monthly
mothers' meeting at the home of Mis.
W, M. Robinson last Wednesday.
Among the visitors were Mrs. Charles
Boon, Mrs. S. L* Boyd and Rev. P, M.
On last Thursday niorning oeurred
the the death of Mrs. Eva Hopkins at
her residence on Second street.
Saturday the funeral service were
conducted by llv. P. Me. Lewis. On
the following day the last sad rites
were performen at Vinton, where the
body was taken for interment. On the
arrival of the party in Virton they
were met by Rev. Evans and choir of
the First M. E. chuach of that city and
conducted to the cemetery where Rev.
Evans officiate, speaking in the highest
respect of the esteem in which the
deceased was held in that city. Quite
a few accompanied the remains from
here to Vinton.
Sunday morning, in the presence of
the family and a few most intimate
friends, little Lauaa Ewing was chris
tined by Rev. Richard Holly at her
home with Mr, and Mrs. William
Raspberry. We are sorry to 6ay the
little Laura seems to be rapidly sink
Mr. Lewis Forester is seriously ill at
Little James Moscly, infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Moscly, is also
Miss Bessie Mason and Miss Ella
Thompson of Iowa City were Sunday
visitors in the Rapids.
The ladies of the Trustees' relief
gave theif first entertainment last
Thursday evening, clearing a net of
Stewardess sisters beware!
Mr. Norman Brooks is at home again
after a business trip to.Omaha.
E. London of Buxton was a city visi
tor last week.
Miss Bura Can ad ay passed through
the city en route to Des Moines.
Mrs. Willa Lewis was in the city en
ronte to her liowe Durfie Friday.
Mrs. Ed Jone1* and W. Franklin
Misses Lelia Shelly and Anna Smith
attended the funeral of Mrs. liipgs.
(J. A. Johnson of the cfpital city was
visiting friends of this city.
Mr. Oscar Roper is spending the
spring vacation with his parents.
MT. PLEASANT NOTES.
The remains ot Mr Henry Burnaugh,
whose death o.:urred in Creston, la.,
March 22, were brought to this city lor
The funeral services were conducted by
1. Clark of the A. M. E. church
on Thursday afternoon, klr. Burnaugh
foroieily lived here ard was f» years of
age at the time of hid death. The re
mains were lain to rest in the Forest
Home cemetery by the side of his wileand
Mr. Geo'ge Burnaugh of Creston, Mr.
Edwin Caiter of Gttumwa and Mr. Fuller
of Fairfield were here last week to attend
the funeral of their rulatiye and friond,
Mr. Henry Burnaugh.
The house picnic given by the P. E C.
was very mujh enj yed by all who at
Mr. AI Campbell has relumed to his
hom in Minneapolis alter a short visit
with friends in the city.
Hats wade to Order All worK guaranteed
Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Reshaped
AM, THE LATJ4ST STYLBS
Hats at Factor/ Prices Best
Hat on earth
817 Grand Ave, NeariithSt. tjwa 1^90
From soap to meat, all through the meal
Whate'er the dish may be,
A GAS RANGE will prepare it best,
Get one and you will see.
DES MOINES, IOWA, FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1905. Price, Five Cents.
The I. K. S club met at the home of
Miw Myra McCracken on Saturday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Burnaugh are the
parents of a tine buby boy.
Mrs. SusanJM. Ucaodiapn will Jeclute
at the A. M. aunday School on Snuday
Rev. John Smith filled the pulpit ht the
Second Brptist oburch Sunday,
Mrs. Maregry Grant of Knoxville, III
visited at the home of Mrs. K. Bsrtlett
SIOUX CITY ITEMS.
The revival meeting which was in pro
gress at the Mt. Zion Baptist church lor
the past three weeks closed last Wednes
day with live conversions.
The Willing Workers club met with
MrB. Maggie Thompson last Thursday
Mr. Algee of Manilla, la. was a Sun
day visitor in our city.
A club has been organizen among the
younjr people known as the Twentieth
Century club. They met with Messrs.
Toaranceand Earl Casen last Thursday
Mr. Marcelles Clajborn of Omvha eauie
back to our city last Monday to work for
Seines Washington again in tna black
smith shop, he was seni for by the em
The Mt. Zion Baptist and A. M.
Sunday Sehools are rehearsing tor Easter
The Improvf uient society will hold its
bsuaar at the A. E. church Thursday,
Mrs. Carrie Cartley who has been un
der the care of a doctor for several weeks
is getting along nici ly and will bo able
to be removed home Friday.
Mr. Couuie who nas been a resident of
our city for many years, but lately bas
been an inmate of the poor farm at Sar
gent Bluffs, died Saturday at that place of
old age Ue leaves a sister iu Kew Yosk
to mourn bis depu ture.
Mrs. A. Jordan who bas been visiting
relatives in ort Scott, Kansas for the
past three wetks returned home Thnrs
day, she was accompanied by her neice-
The Willing Workers1 club met list
Thursday with Mrs. Mini Williams.
The luiprovi uient society met last
Thursday with Mis. llattie William?.
Cupid is getting in his work and soon
you will hear the wedding bells pealing
Miss Anna M&y Lee returned to our ci
ty last Tuesday after being absent from
U4 fop stvural months. She has been
iting her annt at Atlauta, Ga.
Mr. Emery Smith caino Jown from
Yankton, S. D. last Tuesday on his way
to Chicago, thence to New York and from
there to Montreal, Canada where he ex
pects to re:idu in the future.
Mr. Phillip Brown, one ot our well
known citizens swllrtitd paralytic stroke,
his right side being wholly Mlf.ctcd, last
Tuesday at his home on Jackson Street,
lie i^ the symp ithy of his many Iritnds.
'J bi^Watkin's Cornet band whica has
been supplying the oity with music and
tvhich had become one of the favorite
bands in our city has disbanded. We are
very sorry to hear of it,
A sui prise party was given at the res
idence ot Mr. and Mrs. Ch tries WiUiurn
last Tuesday evening in honar of their
son's twentieth birthday. Mr. Albert
William was very much pleased to have
bis associates remember him. A two
ourse luncheon was served after which
ttie rest of the evening was spent in
games and a sx ial time. They departed
at a late hour voting Albert a good host
Those on the sick list are: Mi8 lan es
Anna Washington, Myrtle Morgan and
Mr. Edwaid Askew.
Easter is not many Sundays oli. The
women nre pleated but the men are rot
for they know what will happen to their
Mr. Browu and his family ot Crescent,
Iowa cime to our city last week to live.
We extend our haiid to welcome them in
Died in our city Fiiday, March 17, Au
geline Sutton, the little daughter of Mr.
Edward Suttan after an Illness of twelve
days with the pneumonia. She leives a
father and a host of little plajmates to
mourn ber departure. The funeral was
held Sunday afternoon «t two o'clock from
the family res dence on Court Street.
Kev. K. Knight of the A. M. E, chuich
officiating, interment was iu Floyd oern-
/"i *TM"'-»? "vr I-- ••".pn^pr r*T hp* n™ -w re
etery. The iloral offerings were num
ous. We all extend the father our sym
"This lovilj bad, so youpg, so fair,
Called tisnce by.aarly dottn,
Just oame to show how sweet a flowai
In Paradise would bloom."
YANKTON, S. DA., NOTFS.
Well, April Fools' day is passed. How
many can say it went without a joke or
two at thnir expense?
Mrs. Joaer, her father, Mrs, Bland and
her son Langstoiie have returned to make
this their future home.
Little Helen Dowdy is confined to her
bed in a struggle between mumps and
measles. Perhaps neither will vin.
Mr. J. Hill is up and around, but still
unablo ta resume his work.
Mr. Louis Smith exgects to prepare to
aettle down among the Indians about the
There is only one week of spring vaca
tion in the schools this year, and as far as
we cis see the scholars are making the
very best ol it in variouo ways.
The children of the Sunday School meet
this week to begin practicing for Eaiter.
With the assists nee of Mrs. JoDes, who
has consented to help in the arrange
ments, everything will certaiuly prove a
Mr. Marion will preach nrct Sunday
morning aud perhtps in the evening.
Judgiaglrom tbeolor of the grass and
the appearance of violets and other wild
plants, Sgring must be near at hand.
Mrs. Sarah Wright has been called ta
Boone to bold a series of meetings.
Mr. John Spjncer of Grinaell was
,n the city Tuesday on business.
Grand Master I. L. Drown and Mr.
LewJohnkh returned from Des Moine«
and Enterprise where they went on bus
Kev. Bold* of Buxton preached at the
First Baptist church Sunday to a targe
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Jackson and
daughters. Miss Emma and Ella enter
tained at dinner Rev. Bolds of Buxton,
Mr. and Mrs. Ihomas Cobb, and Mrs.
Mrs. Lena James who has been sick
for sometime convalescent.
Miss Flossy Wright has gone to Des
Moines to visit with her relatives.
Mrs. Delia Mason who has been visiting
for sometime in Hilton passed through
Alhia cn ronte for Buxton, Knoxville and
Mrs. Delih Martin entert lined the Jolly
Sixteen Domino Club Wednesday evening
Mis. Mason was the guest of honor.
Befre.-hnients weie served by the club.
Miss Be"Me Davis entertained the joung
ladies lltnch club Friday night. Re resh
menis were ice cre.'iin nr.d cake.
Mr. Chirlie l'arker and daughter, Miss
Jessie l'arker wore Oituiuvva visitors
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Wallace Davis has been sick the
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Did Mi?s Mary bring homo 51 rooster
alter returning from her sht pping touiP
Mr. Lino ln Taylor did not forget to
ctll on the joang ladies while I10 was in
The widower reports a line time in the
Marcb swing of a Fuliiatu ave. widow at
Mc. Walter Huston was taken suddenly
sick and went to the hocpilal.
Mr. Huff is at nork ag iia aft a sick
After a little more work the ladies will
have the interior of the ohu ch in excel
lent shape. The ladies have worked
The laborers and gardners are prepar
ing lor an early and excellent searoa.
The ohtldrnn are preparing to aajoy
their spring vacatloa.
Eggs have taken a drop for an Easter
Several visitor* are in the eity.
Louis Young, who is perhaps the
oldest person in the United State,
lives at Oskaloosa, la. He claims
that he is 118 years of age and is yet
hale and hearty. He was borr*
1787 in Tuckahoe, W. Va. Mr.
Young has out lived three wives.
He is part Indian and was a free
Negro and lived among the Indians
much of bis time. He' has been a
resident of this state for a half
Cambridge, Md., Mr. Andrew
Carnegie, of New York, has written
a letter to Rev. A. L. Martin, pas
tor or Waugh M. E. chuch that he
will be glad to provide for the last
half of an $1800 pipe organ for his
new church when the same become
due. The members of the church
are naturally elated over the gener
Dr. W. P. Curtis is candidate
for the nomination as one of the
school board of St. Loni. Wa
think the move to secure a Negro
representative on the board is a
good one and the Negroes should
stand by the move and support their
candidate. Whether he be Dr. Cur
tis or some other Negro gentleman
of high repute.—Ex.
President Roosevelt has appointed
Sergeant George S. Thompson of
the Twenty-fifth infantry to be asec
ond lieutenant in the Philippine
scouts, thus adding one more Negro
to the command of the army in the
Philippines. Lieutenant Thompson^
was appointed on his merits, having
received high commendation for
heroism and efficiency during the in
surrection in the Philippines. He
is one of the crack shots in the army
and has received several medals for
rifle and pistol shooting. He is
now stationed with his regiment at
Tort Niobr.tra, Neb.
TIIT3 WA15ASII IN THE LEAD
Joint Agent Norton, who represent
ed twent St. Louis terminal lines dur
ing the World Fair, has made a state
ment of the number of tickets passing1
through the validating office, which
shows one-lifth of the total number
handled were Wabash tickets.
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THE WABASH IMPROVING.
with its policy of improve
ment in passenger service, the Wabash
Line lias uniformed its Cafe Car
Wuiters on the "Hanner lllue Limited"*
between St, Louis and Chicago, with
white Tuxedo coats and low cut black
vests. The new uniform is very strik
ing1 and attractive.
WANTED—10 men in eaeh state to
travel, tack signs and distribute samp
les and circulars of our (roods. Salary
$75 00 per month. $3 00 perday for ex
penses, KUHLMAN CO., Dept. W
Atlas Bldg., Chicago.
he misled by Rubstitntes that claim to bo
just as good~bnt always insist upon getting
the genuine, art it never fails to keep W
ttie hair straight, soft and beautiful*
giving it that healthy., life-like appear*
atice so much desired. A toilet necessity for
ladies, gentlemen and children. Elegantly
perfumed. Owing to its superior and lastiug
qualities it is the best and most economical.
is not posslblo for anybody to produce
preparation equal to
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