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A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO
the Saintly ty and Saintly City Folks
Newsy Items or Social, Religions and
General Matters Among the People,
Mrs. as. Eamsterison the sick list.
John Quincy Adama Jr. is quite Bick.
Mr. Jaas* Thomo' fatherso a ilwly im
Robersou's Grocery Cor., Siblej and
Spiuce Telephone 539.
A large unfurnished room and alcove
for rent, 574 Fuller street. _^.
you will malu no mistake if you go to
de Mink fr your meaU
Four rooms for rent at low rates at
MrsM. PalmerB 378 Cedar street.
Go and hear the spedal music at Pil
grim Baptist church tomorrow night
Mr. and Mrs. v. Milton left Tues
day for Nashville, to visitjthe exposition.
Mrs xVIaria Poiudexter of Milwaukee is
in the city the guest of Mrs.
Choral celebration of the Holy
Eucharist every 1st Sunday in the month
at St. Philip's Mlesion 8.00 a. m.
Mr. J. H. Charleston has closed his
bai bar shop on Robert street and hasthan
gone to Lake Minnetonka for the sum
Mr J. B. Robinson, of Philadelphia,
late JB flat cornetist with Primrose and
West's mimstrels, is in the city a guest
at the Palmer House.
You may get an excellent meal for
meal for ten cents at Carters Resturant
Young Mens Social Club Hall 371 Jack
eon street, upstairs.
Mrs Geo. Grooms bas returned from
her trip to the Ntshville exposition.
She says the diBtiuctions on account of
color are very marked.
The most popular hall in town is the
Union Masonic Hall which may be rent
ed at low rates upon application to J.
A. Wilson Cor. 5th and Jackson streets
Madam E. J. Allen has removed her
Hair Parlors to 207 Washburn Eldg..
where she will be pleased to meet all ol
her old customers as well as new ones.
FOR SALE, new and second pianos
and organs on easy terms. Also hair
dressing and shampooing on short
aotice. Call on or address Mrs. E. J.
Alien 553 Sibley Street.
J^on't forget that the Hotel de Mink,
xnroe& 4th and St. Peter sts. is 'tie best
plooa in town for first cless Doaid and
lodging. Try the Sunday dinners and bo
happy. Only 25 cent*.
Miss Emma Porter has opened a
itudio for mtiBic, painting and fancy
work at her residence No 463 Robert St.
ind is p'epatod to take a number of
pupils. Terms reasonable.
Gentlemen wishing anything In the
toneonal line will find first claaa artists
and accommadhvions at the Palace Bar
ber shop 377 Robert street. Baths open
Sundavs: fl. Charleston Prop.
Giand Cai Ball, given by the
olahthe club, At Young Men's Social
Club Hall, 371 Jackson street, Tuesday
evenu g, June 15, 97. Tickets 25 cents.
Lick Manley, Pres, Frank Lanier Sec'y.
The services of Mrs. M. Holt have
been fecurecfl as collector for THBAPPBAI
and she will call upon delinquent sub
scribers, and it is hoped they will be
prepared to make payments when she
Mr. Richard Coueby has purchased the
barber stinp formerly conducted by Mr.
Link Overalls on Minnesota stroet bet
ween F.fth and Sixth streets and will be
pleased to have both old and newand
Use "Cream of Oil", for the hair and
scalp. It promotes the growth and
keeps the scalp ina heilthy condition.
Try it, 50 cents per bottle. Call on or
address, Mrs. A. Kirtley 955 Wood
bridge Ave St Paul. Minn.
Wfrcnu&t- yon putf
\i ao, in a paper onoa
aruMj nu^ and \t didn't pay, don't be
pterrmlir r Majbe you didn't nae
fcbiij:ul iiet*mr or raa\be you didn't
5nv rbr nirit ibins', or rnaybo you didn'O
rav i-'he ghr w-v You an't plants
JUT .pit'" ln'il^i,,, rnRebiiflh.
The Young Men's Boclal Club, rfk
Jackson street is booming and the rooms
are crowded with members all the time.
Mesara. W. T. Johnson, Aichie, Scott,
and Jerry Allen may be found there at
fill times to attend to t'fle wants of all
comers. It is a very peasant place for
the yonng men and the cider ones too,
for that matter to spend tbtfc
There are very few places of amuse
ment and recreation for the young men
in our city but one of the most popular is
the Columbia Club No. 382Robert street.
Here maylbe found at all-times Messrs
Burnett and Thompson, the managers,
who know jubt how to cater to the wants
of their guests. Here, too, may one meet
the ycung men of the city who know
how to gre visitors a good time. Call,
vuitore are *1W*YS welcome.
The Douglass Base Bali Club has been
reorganized an^would like a game for
rv Saturday during the summer. The
first gtme will be played Saturday .TunA
19.h with the Adler Kids at Aurora park
when the manager C. M. Tibos hopes to
present the following team. A. M. Lee,
C. H. Mill*r, Willie Williams 1st
Ger. Bailey, 2d Harrp Franklin, 3d
Andrew Combs, ss R. Farr, 1 John
Kelley, f: Willie Greene', f. Game
will be called at 3:3Q.
The Pride of Minnesota Lodge No. 1.
Knights of Pythias, will have, its annual
sermon preachedon Sunday eveningJune
13 at St. Peter AMM\ Church. (Old
Court House) ae public cordially, in
1 F. CONNKBS, C. C,
F. G. THOMAS, M.
Let Right Bole
Editor of IHK APPEAL:I wieh to say
through vour paper, being a member a
of the Musical Committee of St. James
Church, for the benefit of those that
were present at the above named church
last Sunday evening June 6lb, and for
the information of the public in general
that the remark? made by J. H. Dillirg
ham were uncalled for, entirely out of
place and withcut the authority or con
sent of the committee.
And furthermore, the committee has
no right whatever to censure, change or
dismiss any member tf the choir of
above named church only in and
through its director Mr. John Luca.
And since Mr. Dillingham went so far
as to advance the idea that some or cer
tain members of the choir had by
reasons of theip
action acted in such
manner as to rt fleet discredit on the
good name of Mrs. Findley was without
foundation and was misleading and that
same was said with that object in view.
1 will say, by way of placing the mat
ter in Us true ligbt, tLat the only reason
the choir had its choice of Mrs.
Stanton, was becfuse of her superior
musical ability, and she would have
willingly retained her position had she
been legitemaely indorsed. The choir
needs such a person to assist the direc
tor, thereby promoting advancement,
and it was so understood by its mem
bers and was no secret. She was pre
ferred by the choir for no other reasons
tboa* stated above. The choir
simply wishes the best organist it can
get and we don't think that is asking
much, and the only reason Mr, Stanton
bad for saying, that she did not wish
the organ was because he knew she
would not under any consideration
accept it only by the correct way that
things comic under this committee's
directions are done.
I will say by way of example, when
ever this church gives an entertainment
where we need music, although re
member, we have to ask for the dona
tion of the same, no* that we love the
boys oand less but because we want the
better we get the Tvvin City band.
So yov can very readily see, friend?,
and the public in general, that the re
marks made by Mr. Dillingham were
only in keeping with his own selfish idea
of his importance. And I think the
time has come when all such after re
marks are made, destroying whatever
good may have boen put forth by a
good sermon, should be stopped in out
chuiches, and in conclusion bswg a
member of St. James A. M. E. church
and alBo a Bteward of the same I am
pieced in position to know what I am
talking about, and I will simply ask this
question: Has a church choir any
righta that should be iegarded
Yours Respectfully, JAMES MCLAIN.
At the Metro polltan, Mlnneapols.
While every one of the productions
that have been given at 'the Metropoli
tan in the summer dramatic season wa
on an arttstic plane which needed not
the apology of cheap prices to com
mend them to public pitronage, the
crowning feature is announced for the
week commencing neirt Sunr'ay even
ir^, when Saumet's grand tragic play
"The Oladiator" will be put on for a
week's run with Mr. Robert Downing
Nero, Miss Blair as the slave girl
Noodamia and the other characters in
terpreted by the several members of
the excellent Downing-Blair Company.
While the trjgic drama has never poe
essed any particular fascination for the
masses, rather appeling to those of liter
ary bent, Saumet's *'Tha Gladiator" has
always proved the one exception. It is
full of excitement and its story is evol
ved without going into the depths of
tragedy as in the case of Shakespere's
piayp. Presented bp Robert Downing
Eugenie Blair the performance has
always drawn crowded houses in this
city at standard prices, and with the
present scale 15, 25 and 50 cenis, it is
believed that the capacious Metropoli
tan will be far ta email to hold the
patronage it will attract. The play will
be given with superb stage settings,
costumes and every other detail ob
served in former reseniations. There
will be matinees on Wednesday and
Saturday when the price for any seat in
the house will be 25 cents.
At The Metropolitan, St. rami.
The second month of the Gifien-Neill
company's engrgement at the Metro
politan will begin Monday. The efforts
of the management to please its patrons
are belt appreciated, aa the size of the
audiences has slowly but perceptibly
it creased from week to week. "The
Decision of the Court" and "The Grey
Mare," the two delightful comedies
being given this week, are aa attractive
us any offering made by the company.
There will be a matinee today.
Miss Mary Hampton, of the Gifien
Neill company, will have a great cp
portumtv to show her exceptional
dramatic powers next week at the Met
ropolitan in the company's production
of "Jim, the Penman." John B. Maher,
the popular young comedian, will also
have the beat cqance he has had in any
play that has yet been given. The
leading role, however, that of James
Ktklston, will be played by James E.
Wilson. This is apart that mey slightly
suggestsin some places that of Courtioe
JnVy in "A Social Highwayman."
Ralston is an expert forger and a gentle*
man of fashion.
EXCURION RATES TO ^MILWAUKEE
Bny Yonr Tickets Via The Northwestern
Which is the only road that can offer
yon absolute comfort and the beat of
service. The National Educational
association will hold its annual meeting
at Milwaukee, Wis., July 6, and the fare
from Minnejpolia or St. Paul is $12.20 for
the round trip, including N. E A. mem
bership fee. Tickets on sale July 3, 4
and 5. Ticket offices: 13 Nicollet House
block,. Minneapolis 395 Robert statist
corner Sixth (opposite Hotel Byan), St.
Farg-o N Dak.
Mr. Horten Adama Jr., and Mr. Gns
Harris have returned from there visit to
Wahpston, N D.
The H. P. C. will meet at the resi
dence of Mrs. E Hayes on Front atreef.
New officers will be elected and it is
hoped all members will attend.
After knocking up all of the paving
blocks on Nicollet avenue, Mra. F. L.
Gornen at last sucoeeded in ridirg the
The friends of Miss Nellie Patterson
will be pleased to fearn that after being
severely ill, sle made up with her class,
and graduated with high honors Mies
Patterson is to lie highly complemented
aa ahe is the first Afro-American gradu
ate in the state of Dakota. The fl ral
offerings were beautiiul and Miss
Nellie was adorned in a beautiful cob
web muslin de suoie, trimmed with five
rows cf white satin ribbon at the bottom
of the ekirt worn over cream brocaded
satin. The waiet English style was
trimmed with frills and narrow lace
headed with satin ribbon. She also
wore white satin slippers with satin
pinifore bows After the graduating
exercises were over, the H. P. C. of
which Bhe is a member gave a grand
banquet at the residence of Mrs. andto
Mr. H. Adams in honor of hor gradu
ating, 'Che banquet wili be long re
membered by all who attended. The
repast being served in courses with all
the dninties of the season. Muuic was
in attendance. Those present at the
banquet were ea folio we: Mesdamea
L. Patterson, E. Hayes, Brock, Mr. and
Mra. F. L. Gordon, L. Fort and Mrs.every
Ida Hayes. Alberta Fort, HeaterxHad
ley, Martha Bradford and Mra. Brad
ford. Messrs Geo. Hayes, Lovd Pom
dexter, F. Gotten, G. Harris,
Lewellyn, C. Holland, F. andCFort, J.
Gordan, and Willie Hadley. All had a
The New Club
The Piogressive Industrial Club has
secured its charter and opened elegant
rooms on the second floor of 399 JacKson
street corner of Sixth. It is the inten
tion of the members to conduct the club
in a different manner from that of other
clubs which have started here and they
hope to obtain a large membership.
The public is invited to call end inspect
The officers of the club are: J. Christ
man, president Wm. Rideout, vice pre
sident L, F. De Lyonp, secretary.
House Committee.E P. Wade, Chair
man L. R. Showetl, Edmund Hamilton,
Stokes W. F. Hall, TOJI Hutchin
Does This Interest You?
It may not be generally known to our
readers that many Afro-Americans have
made money by investing in mining stocks
in the Northwest. The fame of this
wonder.'ully rich gold mining le^ioa is
jii3t beginning to attract the attention of
the people of the East and as a result
many are seeking information concern
ing this new Eldorado J. E. Hawkins
the attorney whose offices are in the
Occidental Block at Sea*tle Washington
who. is probably the best known Afro
American in that section of the country
can start you out right. If you want to
make money correspond with him as he
is interested in someof.the most-valuable
properties in that country.
Get In on the Ground Floor
J. E. Hawkins of Seatle Washington
who is undoubtly me best known Afro
American attoraey in the far Northwest,
has for the pasc two years been engaged
in mining. Seattle ia the center of the
coming greatest mining country in the
world being the distributing point for the
mines of Alaska, British Columbia and
the Norlhwest Territories on the Pacific
Coast. Mr. Hawkins is in on the ground
floor in some of the most valuable
properties in that section of the country
and is rapidly acqumrg larger interests.
Those desiring to invest some money in
mining property that will pay big re
turns in the near future should communi
cate with J. E Hawkins 44-5 Occidental
Block Seattle Wash.
'Cream of Oil
A penuine hair grower and beautifier.
For the hair and scalp it has no equal.
It is a purely vegetable compound and is
just what you need. It wll do just whit
is claimed for it.
Ladies may have their hair shampooed
and treated at their homes on short
notice and rerv cheap.
This "cream' has been made and used
for eight years and it works like magic.
Price per bottle 50 cent.
Hair treated by the month and cream
furnished for $1 00.
Call on or address.
MRS. H. A. KIRTLEY.
955 Woodbrtdge street. St. Paul Minn.
A Hint to the tViae Is Sufficient
The J. H. Dillingham Fuel Company
has made arraneements with the
Yougbiogheny and Lehigh Valley Cos
Co. lo furnish that company's coal to
the* cjstomera This ia the be at grade
of coal in the market and ia now selling
at reduced rates. The wise will pur
chase the dividend tickets now on sile
by E. W. Crancum the agent of the
firm and thus get a reduction of 50 cents
per ton on ttieir coal or 5) cents per cord
on wood. "A p-muy paved i* a pennv
made" dont^herknow! Offico 366
WISCONSIN LANDS N
They are Described in the Omaha's Latea.
A handsome thirty page folder has
just been published by the Omaha's pas
lenger department, entitled ''Lands in
Wisconsin," descriptive of Wisconsins's
farming^por^uputies. It is elegantly
Illustrated, includes a large map of the
itateof Wisconsin, 18 by 24 inches in
size, and altogether is a splendid bit of
railroad literature. If yon are interested
write for a folder to
Land Commissioner, Gso^W. BILL.
i an to*.
*HE APPEAL: A WA'HONA,. _JO-AM5RI0AN NEWSPAPER.
OOINGS IN AN ABOUT TH E
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Hatter* Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened aad are to Happen
Among the People of the City on the
Mrs Haves is on the sick list.
MisB Florence Day ia seriously ill.
Mr M. E. Singleton expec'a to leave
for the Southern Exposition ebjut July
Mr. Charles Mason, one our oldest
citi/^ns, has acaepted a position on the
Mr. F. P. Preston expects to leave for
Springfield, O., about June 15th, to viait
Miss Cora Napier was thn recipant of a
very pleasant surprise party on Thuiaday
Mr. J. Ridmond ia now located at
Green's Barber shop. 20S Washington
Mr. Thomaa Siott, who has been sick
for some time with rheumatism, is able
ba out again.
THE APPK\L is for sale every Saturday
at Columbia Barber Shop 208 Washing
ton Ave., South.
Mite Misaionary Society meet every
Sundav and Saturday afternoons at the
residence of Mrs. Higgins.
The Oriental Mandolin Club meet
Tuesday and Friday evenings at
511 Washington Ave, South.
Pride of Minnesota Lodge K. P. will
have a special aermon preached to it at
St. Peters church tomorrow.
The June Household sale, given by
the Dorcas srciety of Bethesda Baptist
church was a derided success.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waters have
moved to 2904 Columbus Avenue, where
they will be pleased to see their many
Nat Turner Lodge No. 2, K. P. has
Just completed the new decorations of
its hull, which makes it one of the finest
in the state.
Mr Oliver I. Stokes and Geo P. Smith
two of our esteemed voung men have
left to spend the summer in Mammoth
Hot Springs, Wyoming.
Firat-c'ass dressmaking at reasonable
rates. Would be pleased to have the
patronage of the ladies. Mrs. Johns,
708 Hennepin Ave., bst. 7th and 8th
Mr. James K. Johnson, who was so
verv unfortunate as to lose one of his
December, has resumed his
former position in Sup'r. F. B. Smith'?
office, of the C. M. & St. P. R'y.
The jury in the case of the Sttte vs
Charles Hamilton, indie'ed of the crime
of Perjury, stamped its disaoproval of
Judge W. A. Kerr's system of prosecut
ion by returning a verdict of not guilty.
Mr. Charles H. Harris, of Des Moines,
Iowa, who baa held the poaition in the
Icwa Legislature of FileTcierk for the
past two years ia in the city, visiting
His many friends in the Twin Cities
will be Eorry to 'earn that Mr. Daniel
Seals Sr of Cleveland, Ohio, has been
suflerirg from a severe affection of the
eyes, which is yielding slowly to treat
Mr. Carl Nelson of Chicago, a month
ago unexpectedly stepped in on his fri
ends, Mr. R. J. Co'eman and wife,whom
ho had not met for years. Sunday he
was their guest and most enjoyable time
When in Minneapolis ou will And no
better place to get board and lodging
than Hotel de Temple, No. 414 Second
Avenue South. The accommodations
are first class in every particular, and at
irices which are very reasonable.
"The Paliman" 408 First Ave., South
is the most elegant furnished boarding
house in the city. Under the manage
gment of Mrs Ada Nichols it ia now one
of the most desirable places in the city to
stop. Table board and rooms cannot be
Try Madam Dooley's great French Po
made, it promotes the growth and is the
latest and most valuable preparation for
straightening and beautifying the hair.
Price 35 cents per Jar. Madam Dooley's
Hair Dressing Parlors 708 Hennepin
Ave. Agents wanted.
Mrs Philip HaTe will resume in
structing her pupils on Piano-forte and
would like to have her former scholars
to take up their studies again at low
prices to meet the hard times Price 36
cents per lesson Call at residence No
814 16th avenue South.
Hotel de Temple has removed to 411
Second avenue South just opposited the
former piece of business. Meals 25 cents
Dinner from 4:30 to 7:00 p. m. Board
bv the day or week. Furnished rooms
with or without board. Including steam
heat and batb. Mrs. Maggie Temple,
The fair will be given by the Wavrrau
Sewing Citc'e of St. James A. M. E.
church St n St.. S. E Juae 28. 29,Gertie
and 30, at their church. There will be
exercises each tveuing. Ticket 10 cmle
season ticket 15 centP.
Mrs. as. Higgins has received the
aad news of her brothers' lllatss and she
and her brothe' Mr. Geo. Baruett fear a
sadder summons at almost anytime* Tne
sympathy of all their friendais.extend
ed. She left for Cincinnati Monday.
In the person of Miss Josephine. Mor
gan, we have a representative in the
graduating class of '97. of the Central
High School, of whom we may well be
proud. It ia hoped that all her friends
who were fortunate enough to receive
invitations to Commencement exercises,
will honor her by their presence.
Quite a number of our Afro-American
citizens attended the junior binqaet
giqen at the Masonic Hall. After a de
lightful program,at, least five hundred
indents of the High Sfehool mingled in*
the mazy whirl of the" Landers and two
steps. Eighteen numbers were danced.
ROMAN WINDOW CHAIRIn Birch,
Mahogany finish upholstered in best
Tapestry, this will go fast, as tfi-, ti
the price is only O
We have a laige stock of Odd Parlor
Goods to select from.
large Arm Lawn Rocker just
as shown in cut, in Antique
finish or Red Painted Post
and Arms, with reea seat and
back, large size Pal- & O fl fl
ace price 4Z.U
We show Lawn ockers
from 75 cents up
Which means a
little, just a little
cash, the balance
in payments by
he week or
Tte costuaies were elf gant and hBrmoi
ious in colors. Commencement occurtd
Miss Mary Morgan, havirg completed
her studies in the art of dressmakins*
under the able tution of Mrs. Hallett,
baa secured a position ae eeamstreps
w'th Mrs. Maboney, one of the leading
dressmaking establishments in tne city.
Any of her friends desiring cutting and
fitting, can see ber at her 1 ome, even
ing* afcer 6:30 at 701 6th Ave. N.
The Flour City Club has a suite
neatlv fitted rooms for tLo3e who enjov
club life. They are located on the sec
ond floor of 325 Hennepin Avenue, with
the well known gonial and experienced
J. E. Slewart manager. This resort, no
doubt, will be the Mecca /or all club men.
These rooms are arranged and fitted
with all accommodations for rhe pleasure
of the patrons. A better place can not
be found in the city to pass away ones
An ezchangj has the following to say
in regard to the father of oui fellow
townsman J. Frank Wheaton, E q:
Hageretown, Md.One of the jurors
impanelled here rejntl to decide a
civil appeal case in the circuit court was
Jacob Wheaion.in the firat of the reca to
serve on a petit jury in Washington
county. Wbeaton has also the distinc
tion of bting the first Afro-American to
exercise the right of franchise in Mary
land under the Fifteenth amendment.
When Wheaton presented himself at the
ballot-box to vote, the judge of election
telegraphed to Annapolis for instructs
ions, and received a reply that Wheaton
was entitled to vote, and his ballot was
received. When others asserted that
they had cast the first vote be had the
matter inveBtigUed and it was settled
beyond despute that he was the first."
A large numbar of friends assembled
at St. Peters church last Sunday the oc
casion being the funeral services of MIES
Bessie Blair. Miss Blair was a yourg
lady who had a large circle of friends
and was highly esteemed by all who
knew her. The funeral was beyond any
doubt the most pathetic ever held in
this city. When the cover was moved
from the beautiful white caeket and the
friends were were adout to take their
last farwell look at the corpse, the scene
was touching beyond description. Wo
men and children sobbed and cried on
every side, and many strong men could
not even control themselves. The ser
mon was preeoed by Rev. Higgins. Six
youn ladies officiated as pall bearers.
Misses Marp Morgan, Etta Gibson, Ida
Harper, Irene Harper, Flora Vad*
Moden. Miss Annie Wiiliams,
fl we bearer. Honorary pall b^art-rd,
A bin Franklin, John Hupjr, Frank
Folks, Willie Moden Andrew Monroe,
J. H. Dillingham & Co., have secured
trie services of Mr. E. W. Crancum to act
as general agent for taking order for fuel
Divident Tickets entitling the holders
to purchase coal and wood at a reduction
of 50 cents per ton of coal or wood from
the market price on the day of purchase
will be sold for one dollar each. Any
iotelligtot yonng -manor woman who
wishes to act as such agent will please
call to see Mr. Crancum No 228 E.
Seventh street or at the office No. 366
Minnesota. The company has profited
by its experience last winter and is now
.prepared to guarantee to its pajrone
'correct weigut and'ossi quality'ol fuel.
Weighers certificates accompany all
i W 1-4.*
Flame Like Cut)
$6.50 Yel- low Flame^
lovide for them. We have carloads of comforts, and quote a few prices that will enable you to possess
Carpets and Straw Matting. We challenge
any house in st Paul to sell you as good a
quality at so low a pi ice
Tapestry Brussels at 50o
All-wc ol Iugraina at AOc
Heavy two ply Ingrains at 38c
Cotton two ply Ingrains at 30c
Straw Mattings at 15s and fiom that on up.
CORDU POY COUCHES
85.60. We show 50 differ
ent styles One like cut in best
grade of corduroy, spring edge
and head, fringed all arounc,
worth $20.00. Palace Price
SI 2. 50.
Before buying call on us and
we will save you money.
GET THE START OF YOU!
ir.x" _o oi.
seasons. The lonK warm evenings arc hue ajrain.
Refrigerators and Ice ChertsWe show 25
different style-*, all with Removable Ice Cham
bers. None better made, in hardwood Price
starting on them from S V60
Ice Chest for $3 50, inl fiom that on up
Baby Carriages We have a large line of
the best make in the market from t$3.o0 and up
This Large Arm Rocker in Antique or Ma
hogany finish, just like shown in cut, Sad
dle Seat can be used in room in the house Rattan Veranda, House or Slipper Stool
or lawn. Should bring twice as much as we The frame Is solid oak,hand o\ en I attan seat
ask for them. We have 200 ot them I I will last a lifetime, ought to sell foifel50 We
to sell this week. PALACE PRICE J| have 200 of them to quick ir
Palace Price /J)Q
Furniture and Carpet Co.,
22 and 24 East Seventh Street.
With OUR Guarantee. Don't believe because others ask
more that theirs are better. We are retailing Wheels at
wholesale prices. Small profits and large sales is our motto.
Retail Dept., 347 Jackson, between 4th and 5th Sts.
See our Refrigerators, Garbage Barrels, Garden
Hose, Ice Cream Freezers.
OSTRICH FARMING MASS EASY.-Fliegend* Blaotter.
4 9 Styles.
The Latest Improved.
We Retail Them at Whole