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The Appeal. (Saint Paul, Minn. ;) 1889-19??, October 12, 1901, Image 4

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tHE"WORLD'SlFAIRCITy"V!EW-
ED BY THE APPEAL MAN.
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A Compilation of a Number of Happenings,
Social and Otherwise, Among the Afro*
Americans of the Second City of This
GlorloaH Union.
Miss Katie Hartman, of Glenco, is
visiting friends this week at Racine,
Wis.
Mrs. Laura Crump, of Atirora, 111., is
visiting Mrs. Ida Stone, 1205 West
Lake street.
Mrs. Josie Moore, of Denver, Col., is
the guest this week of Mrs. Wells, 3537
Wallace street.
Mrs. L. Whiting, of 83 Paulina street,
who has been ill for several weeks, is
again able to be out.
Mrs. B. Brooks, 3121 Dearborn
street, is visiting friends and relatives
in Nashville, Tenn.
Col. Marshall and S. B. Turner spent
several days in Springfield last week
attending the State Fair.
Miss Mabel Curtis daughter of Dr. J.
Webb Curtis, left for Atlanta, Ga., this
week to attend Spellman Institute,
The many friends of the wife of Rev.
A. J. Carey will regret to hear of her
illness and wish for her a speedy re
covery-
THE APPEAL & without question
the best advertising medium through
which to reach the Afro-Americans of
Chicago.
Mr. D. Williams, who lived with his
parents at 1709 Dearborn street, drop
ped dead one day this week of heart
disease.
Attorney S. J. McAlwee is now in
Nashville, Tenn., arranging to bring
his family to Chicago, where they will
hereafter reside.
Mrs. Marian, 514 Grand avenue, gave
an informal dinner Sunday evening in
honor of her brother, who is now visit
ing her at her home.
Subscribers for THE APPEAL who
wish to discontinue the paper must
send written notice to the office, prop
erly dated and signed.
The host of friends of Mrs. Mattie
Turner, 115 Paulina street, will be
pleased to learn of her complete re
covery from recent illness.
Mrs. Hester Thomas Morrison, of
New oYrk, daughter of the late J.W.E.
Thomas, is in the ^Sity, visiting Mrs..
J. Jeffrys, 3004 State street.
Miss Ada H. Shreves, of Jersey
City, N. J... formerly of this city, is
now visiting her mother, Mrs. James
Shreves, 3142 Dearborn street.
The many friends of Mr. Chester H.
Howard will regret to learn that he
has left Chicago and will go into busi
ness at Hot Springs, Ark.
James A. Scott, attorney-at-law, can
be found at THE APPEAL office dur
ing business hours. Prompt attention
given all legal business entrusted to
Grace Presbyterian Sunday school
will hold services at 1 p. m. tomorrow
in memory of Mrs. Cora Gray, wife of
Mr. T. Edgar Gray. You areunvited
to be present.
THE APPEAL has fixed advertising
rates, and will not cut them in order
to secure advertising. However, if
you want to reach the people, adver
tise in THE APPEAL.
Rev. Dr. R. C. Ransom, of the In
stitutional church, has returned from
his trip to England and the Holy Land
and is looking exceedingly well after
an absence of many weeks.
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 M. Grainger, 2940 Dearhorn
street, has opened a news and station
ery store at the above number. THE
APPEAL can be found on sale each
week at Miss Grainger's nlace.
Seward French, the West Side poli
tician and one of Senator Mason's fast
friends, spent several days in Spring
field last week attending the State Fair
and talking politics. "See" was in his
element.
FOR RENT.A saloon between
34th and 35th streets, west side of
Stater good location and splendid
trade other business prevents pei
sonal attention. Call first flat 3422
State street. ,'.WV-
"Chicago Day"last Wednesday
was appropriately celebrated by the
Appomattox Club. A large number of
lady guests were present and were,
splendidly entertained by the mem
bers of the club.
This Saturday evening will W the
opening event at the Appomattox
Club, 3144 Wabash avenue. The gen
tlemen friends of the members qf the
club will be duly welcomed and fully
initiated in the mysteries of i whist.
All members of the I. B.iWVW. C.
are hereby notified that the^club will
meet every Thursday at 2 p. m. at Mrs.
M. Anderson's, 4609 VJncennes avenue,
until further notice is given, and are
earnestly requested to be out to meet
ings.
Dr. J. Webb Curtis, who recently re
turned from the Philippines, where he
served one year and a. half in the Unit
ed States volunteer service as assist
ant surgeon, has gone to Hot Springs,
Ark., possibly to locate and practice
his profession. ,.J.:^.,
Mr. James B. 'Parker
the ^fro
American who prevented the assassin
of President McKinley from firing an
other shot, will soon visit Chicago. Mr.
Parker will receive a perfect ovation
when he comes to this city. THE AP
PEAL suggests that ithe Appomattox
and other clubs .at once begin prepara
tions for his reception: He deserves
a royal welcome: .-V
Ex-^v,irmis&ioner inward H.
Wright can be found by' his "Uenjs
and frier'ds at his new office, suite 421.
260 South Clark street. A visittfo th
commodJous offices of Mr. Wright will
convince anyov\3 that he is doing a
splendid law business. Mr. B.
Mosely has opened, a branch office wit!
Mr. Wright and can. be found there
between the hours of 12 m- and 2 p.
The Chicago Tribune has 'always*
'been recognized as a staunch and fire'
friend of the rights of Afro-Americans
?In ante-bellum days the late Joseph
,Medill was Regarded as the foremos
W champion in Chicago of tbe anti
^slavery movement, and his paper war
continuously in the
forefrontis
Choice flannelettes.
Flannelettes that have the fine styles and choice
colorings of materials costing many times as much.
Four complete lines suitable for shirt whislts, house
sacques, wrappers and lounging robes. 10c, 12c, 15p
and 17c.
i
Outing flannel specialHeavy teasled outing
flannels, stripes, checks and plaids in all colorsMill
ends of 2 to 12 yards that are worth in, the
piece 10c yard. On sale Thursday
at
Underwear bargains.
Here's a line of vests and pants "-and union
suits at bargain prices. They are just the-weight
wanted now and are extremely fine ribbed with beauti
ful silk crochet trimmingsunion suits
Vests and pants..,.-........ ..&$.
Double fleecedWinter weight, ribbed maco
yarn vests and pantsdouble fleeced
Corset coversNatural gray wool corset cpv
ers with long- sleevesreduced from 85e to..
Wool Union suits3.75 and 4.00 heavy im
ported natural gray wool union suits reduced to
By Daylight
assri
Bowlbf"& C6:
of the
battle for human liberty. It now a
pleasing sight to witness that the exca
vation now being made, ait- Dearborn
's^M^M-
The most beautiful river scenery in the world is
between St. Paul and Chicago. Our ''Scenic Express"
leaves Minneapolis 7:30, St. Paul 8:05 a. -m., and
reaches Chicago at 9:35 m. A interesting and
comfortable trip.
Ask Your Home Agent to Ticket You by the Burlington.
V-** '*T
Headqilter
Field, Scblick $ Company's Store news
Electrigue
6
i' :1.00
50c
3.
Socks
Jn the Great
Shoe Salesroom.
^The -Emperor'.' is the best of all the $3.50 Shoes for
men, made especially for us in all leathers on the latest
^and most modern tip-to-date lasts.
It is a pleasure to guarantee a shoe that will uphold
every claim made for it, giving the utmost comfort and
^iji satisfaction. "W claim that a Shoe of equal value
0 cannot bs had for equal" money, no matter where you
A new pair for any pair that goes wrong.
/few j?all Styles Ready.
The "Empress" is'likewise the best of all the $3.50
Shoes for women.
l&e are Sole Agents for Jfanan & Sons'
fi ne Shoes.
The Plymouth Clothing House, Seventh and Robert.
$***
HAVE
SK
6th & Robert.
for the Qordo^
Good'glovfel^ i.oo.
The most satisfactory glove we have been'"able to
find at 1.00 is Our Own. They are made from soft,
pliable skins, fit perfectly and wear ,\yellv Jill colors
and sizes, 1.00.,''/-''\ v^/^V
A
Heav
ssissippi
genuine Jouvin make in all jrf*
shades for street and calling wear #^U
Fall goods for mert.
One o| the biggest underwear bargain's possible
is this one: Heavy winter weight fleeced shirts and
drawers, well finished and worth 50c, selling to.
morrow at
SpecidJ at 1.00Here are two of as good lines of
shirts and drawers as we have ever sold at 1.00. One
is fine and light weight for fallthe other is heavy win
ter weight, and both sold all last season at g\g\
1,25. Now I.UU
Wool yhirtsFins ribbed wool flesh color shirts and
drawers. Just one case of themit's all the mill had.
Regular price is 1.50. This case, special here
at
black cotton .socks, seamless and \\f\g\
stainlessgood wearing 15c kind, for
S
The friends of Mr. Dawes were
alive and wide-awake at Springfield
and were much in evidence at the Le
land and the state fair grounds and.
promise to give Senator Mason the
fight of his life.
Speaker Sherman has shied his cas
tor into the arena and his great popu
larity in Southern and Central Illinois
will be duly felt in the contest next
year.
Revenue Collector Henry L. Hertz is
reported to be a possible candidate for
congress from the new Seventh Dis
trictotherwise known as Hertzville
NOTI Ci E O MORTGAGE SALE.
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and Madison streets "for the foundation,
of the new Tribune building, is being
largely done by Afro-American labor.
I ISK CLUB
The Fisk held its annual Jubilee
Day celebration Monday evening at
the residence of Mrs. C. D. Rice, 351
Thirty-first street. A literary and mu
sical program was the feature of the
evening, which was rendered as fol
lows: Invocation, Rev. Stanley Chase
introductory remarks, Mr. Julius
N. Aveiyiorph, the president "The
Origin of Jubilee Day," Dr.
A. A. Wesley instrumental solo.
Miss Sally Jones vocal solo, Miss
president "The Origin of Jubilee
Day," Dr. A. A. Wesley instrumental
solo, Miss Sally Jones vocal solo, Miss
Senbra Seldoh recitation, Mr. R. B.
Harrison paper, Miss Lizzie Lewis
instrumental solo, Miss Sally Jones.
Refreshments were served at 11
o'clock by the club, after which a gen
eral discussion was enjoyed. Among
the invited guests present were: Mrs.
M. E. Napier Work, of Naslfvffle.
Tenn. R. F. Bell, of Lexington, Ky.
J. B. Crum, Mrs. J. N. Avendorph,
Miss Bradley and Mr. Thompson.
THINGS 'POLITIC A I, ANO OTHERWISE.
Last week, all the politicians of the
Republican persuasion of Illinois met
at Springfield and "log rolling" was
the order of the day.
.The indictment of- Bobby Burke for
embezzlement and hrs- resignation as
oil inspector has thrown a wet blanket
over the Democracy of Chicago.
Senator Cullomthe nestor of Illi
nois politicians^-was at Springfield
I circulating among his friends and as
cheerful as the most youthful.
T, Ex-Alderman M. B. Madden seems
[to have dropped out of the race for
United States Senator before he got
fairly started.
Senator Mason is perfectly san
guine as to the final result of the
great Senatorial fight in Illinois and
already lays claim to many counties
besides Cook.
given that Wallace
1 bomas, Mortgagor, did duly execute
and deliver to The West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate, a corpora
tion, mortgagee, his
purchase1886n,
HKRMAN OPPEXHEIM^
W
moey mort
ga gd dee7d dat eodf 26th day of June, 1886,
?i
?J recordetdh at 2:1 5 o'clock on
November in Boo
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8t
njj
?ages, on page 137, in the office
of the Register of Deeds in and for the
County of Ramsey in the State of Minne
sota, and that default has been made in
the conditions of said mortgage by non
payment of principal and interest and the
amount now due and claimed to be due
thereon at the date of this notice, is the
sm_
of $239.62, and said mortgagee is now
the holder and owner of said mortgage, and
the debt secured thereby, and no action at
law or otherwise, has been instituted to
recover said debt or any part thereof.
The premises destribed InTand conveyed
by said mortgage deed are "situate within
said Ramsey County, Minnesota, and are
known and described in said deed as Lot
number twenty-one (21) of Block number
sixty-nine (69) of the West St Paul Real
Estate and Improvement Syndicate Addi
tion number six (6) according to the re
corded plat thereof on file in the office of
the Register of Deeds in and for said Ram
sey Countyan pursuant to the power of
sale contained in said mortgage deed, and
the statute in such case made 'and pro
vided, said mortgage will be foreclosed and
toe premies Above described will be sold
at public auction to the highest bidder, for
cas h, at the Cedar street main entrance
to the Court House, in the City of St Paul,
snid County.-:on*Tuesday, the 15th day
of October. 11)01. at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, by the Sheriff of said County, to sat
isfy the amount then due on said mortgage,
together with $2 5 attorney's fees and costs
of foreclosure.
Dated St Paul, Minn.. August 26th. 1901.
THR WKST .T. PAT'L RRAL ESTATE
AND IMPROVEMENT SYNDICATE:
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'4ft 016 New Yo- Life Bldg.. #?3fc &\A
St Paul. Minn. .ffi&'tfcp.'V
Aug31Sept7-14-3*-2SOcta-12. ^.W
bereby given that Wallace
NOICE O MORTGAGE SALE.
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Thomas, Mortgagor, did duly 'execute
and deliver to The West St. Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate, a corpora
tion, mortgagee, his purchase monev mort
gage Tee dated the 26tb day of June. 1886,
and duly recorded1 in the office of toe
Register of Deeds, in and for the Cotmtv
of Ramsey the State of Minnesota, at
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oi
th
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3886, In Book 133 of mortgages, on page
-117, and that default has heen. made iD
the conditions of said mortgage, non
nayment of principal and Interest and the
amount now due. and claimed to be due
thereon, at tlie date of this notice Is the
sum of $239.62. and said mortgagee is
now Che holder and owner of said mort
gage, and the, ,debt seenred thereby, and
no action at^. law or otherwise, has been
Instituted to recover said debt or any
part thereof.
The premises described in and conveved
by said mortgage deed are situate within
said Ramsey County, Minnesota, 'and are
known and described, in said deed as Lot
(l bf & BToek number g/^
Last Morkih
OF THE
Exposition^
The Pan-American Expo*
sition at Buffalo closes
October 3 1. You must
go this month if you go
at all. Via St. Paul and
-Chicago the most com
fortable line is the Bur
ington.
ASK YOUR HOME. AGE,NT
FOR. TICKETS .VIA THE
BURLINGTON^^^
With a family to bay Shoss forshJ1
trade here. Every advantage \z cf
fered as regards style' and low pries.
u-..,: CHILD [JtLuc SHOES.
Misses' Tan Shoes in all the new
spring styles, for $|.25, $1.35 and
$l.75
Children's Tan Shoes, new leathers
and pretty shapes, for 49c, 85c,
90c, $1.25 and $1.50.
For the new spring styles,.
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
129-131
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the hair grow long. Sold over 4 0 years and used
thousands. Warranted ha*
Imitations. Get the Orlarl
O Harrow, as the genvune never falls to',
keep the hair straight, sort and beautiful. Only
S O cents. Sold by druggists or Fend us 50c for
one bottle, SI.40 for three bottles, we pay all,'
express charges. Send postal or express money
order. Write your name and address plainly to',
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And 'b*re\s no limit,
either In style, size or
sort of leather.
Every worthy sort
finds representation
here. Come and
get full money's
worth. s'-/*.
TREATBROS
106 E. 4th St.
'rnjrre
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Defective Page
y-ntne (69) of the West St Pul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate Addition
number six (6) according to the recdrded]
plat thereof on file in the office of the
Hegister of Deeds in and for said Ramsey
Countyan pursuant tp the power of sale
contained In said mortgage de^d, and the
statute in such ease made a,nd provided,
said mortgage will lie' foreclosed and the
premises" above described will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Cedar street main entrance to
tlie Courto House, in hs City of St Paul,
"i
Cunt
ai
5 on Tueday, the 15t day
of October, 1901, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, by the Sheriff of said County, to sat
isfy the amount then due on s^aid mortgage,
together with $25 attorney's fees and costs
of foreclosure.
n*&tQrf!&J?SaT1'^
Minn
Atty. for Mortgagee,
1
JniPi^&l&nF11.?,!' Tt
August 26t hT, 1901.
RE AI. ESAT
PAU
TI fL^?,
ST
AND IMPROVEMENT SYNDICATE,
HERMAN OPPENHEIMT
rtS
,S!
916 New York Life Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minn.
NOTICE OP MORTGAGE SALEr
Notice is hereby given that Isuue
beixas, Mortgagor, did duly execute
and deliver to The West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate, a corpora
tion, mortgagee, his purchase money mort
gage deed dated the 25th day of March,
1887,,-and duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for Ramsey Countv,
Minnesota, at four o'clock .M on the
21st day of April, A 1887, In Book 133
of mortgages, on page 426, and that de
fault has been made in the conditions of
said mortgage by non-payment of .principal
and interest and the amount now due and
claimed to be due thereon, at the date of
this notice is the suja of $368.34, and said
mortgagee is now the holder- and owner of
said mortgage, and the debt secured there
by, andflno action at law or otherwise, has
been instituted to recover said debt or
any part thereof.
The premises described in and conveved
by said mortgage deed are situate within
said Ramsey County, Minnesota, and are
known and described in said deed as Lot
numbered Eleven (11) in Block numbered
Sixty-five (65) of the West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate Addition
number six (6) according to the recorded
plat thereof on file in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said Ramsey
Countvan pursuant to the power of sale
contained in said mortgage deed, and the
statute in such case made and provided
said mortgage will be foreclosed and the
premises above described will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Cedar street main" entrance to
tlie Court House, in the City of St. Paul
said County, on Tuesday, the 15t day
of October, 1901, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, by the Sheriff of said County, to sat
isfy the amount then due on said mortgage
together with $25 attorney's fees and cost
or foreclosure.
ESTATEs
Min nF-LA
uR S"st 26th. 1901.
BA
R^\S,,S
PA
AND IMPROVEMENT SYNDICATE,
HERMAN OPPENHEIM,
Mort
Atty. for Mortgagee,
916 New York Life Bldg.,
St. Paul. Minn.
O MORTGAGE SALE,
hereby given that Isaac
NOTICE
Notice is
B. Seixas, Mortgagor, "did duly execute
and deliver to The West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate, a corpora
tion, mortgagee, his purchase money mort
gage deed dated the 25th day of March, A.
D. 1887 and duly recorded in the office of.
the Register of Deeds for Ramsev Countv
Minnesota, at four (4) o'clock M. on
che 21st-day. of April, A. 1887, in Book
i.I. of mortgages, ouu page 424i, and that
default has beebne made in the conditions
of said mortgage by non-payment of prin
cipal and interest and the amount now due
cl
thereon, the sum
0
!l i
l.&
1
e(1
ot .V-.68.34, and said mortgagee is now the
'older and owner of said mortgage, and
the debt secured thereby, and no action at
law or otherwise, has been, instituted to
recover said debt or any nart thereof.
lhe premises described in and conveved
by said mortgage deed are-situate within
said Ramsey County, Minnesota, and are
known and described in said deed as Lo
numbered Twelve (12) in Block numbered
Sixty-five (65) of the West St. Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate Addition
number six \G) according to the recorded
plat thereof on file in tlie office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said Ramsey
County* and pursuant to the power of sale
contained in said mortgage deed, and the
statute in such ease made and provided,
said mortgage will be foreclosed and the
premises above described will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Cedar street main entrance to
the Court House, in the City of St Paul
in said County, on Tuesday, the 15t da
of October, 1901, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, by the Sheriff of said Countv, to sat
isfy the amount then due said mortgage
together with $25 attorney's fees and costs
of. foreclosure.
Dated St. Paul, Minn.. August 26th, 1901.
THE WEST ST PAFL REAL ESTATE
AND IMPROVEMENT SYNDICATE.
HERMAN OPPENHECr,
Mort SSe-
Atty. for Mortgagee,
916 New York Life Bldg..
St. Paul. Minn.
NOTICE O MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice is hereby given tiiat Wallace
W. Thomas, Mortgagor, did duly execute
and deliver to The West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate, a corpora
tion, mortgagee, his purchase money mort
gage deed dated the 26th day of June, 1886,
and duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Ramsev County,
Minnesota, at 2:15 o'clock M. on the
18th day of November, 1886, in Book 133
of mortgages, on page 138, and that default
has been made in the conditions of said
mortgage by non-payment of principal and
interest and the amount now due and
claimed to be due thereon, at the date of
this notice is the sum of $239.62, and said
mortgagee is now the holder and owner
of said mortgage, and the debt secured
thereby, and no action at law or other
wise, has been instituted to recover said
debt or any part thereof.
The premises described in and conveved
by said mortgage deed are situate within
said Ramsey County, Minnesota, and are
known and described in said deed as Lot
numbered Twenty-two (22) of Blocknumbered
SJxty-nine (69) of the West St. Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate Addition
number six (6) according to the recorded
plat thereof on file in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said Ramsey
Countyan pursuant to the power of sale
contained In said mortgage deed, and the
statute in such case made and provided,
said mortgage will be foreclosed and the
premises above described Will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Cedar street main entrance to
trie Court House^ In the City of St Paul,
in.said County, on Tuesday, the 15th day
of October. 1901, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, by the Sheriff of said County, to sat
isfy the amount then due on said mortgage,
together with $25 attorney's fees and the
costs of foreclosure.
Dated St Paul, Minn., August 26th, 1901.
THE WEST ST. PAUL REAL ESTATE
i AND IMPROVEMENT SYNDICATE,
HERMAN OPPENHEIM,
Mor
ffa
..Atty. for Mortgagee,
916 New York Life Bldg.,
St Paul, Minn.
SprjsroTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
i Notice is hereby/ given that Isaac
B.-Seixas, Mortgagor, did duly execute
aifd deliver to The West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate, a corpora
tion., mortgagee, his purchase monev mort
gage deed dated the 25th day of March,
l&ST. and duly recorded In the office of
the- Register of Deeds for Ramsey County,
Minnesota, at four o'clock M. on the
21st day of April, A 1887, In Book
133 of mortgages, on pagef 425, and there
after re-recorded OJI the 25th day of Mav,
1S8T, at 10:45 o'clock A in said Reg
ister's office In Book 127 of mortgages on
page 123, and that default has been made
In the conditions of said mortgage by non
payment of principal and Interest and the
amount now due and claimed to be ^ne
thereon, at tl' date of this notice is the
of $394.35, and said mortgagee is now
tolder and owner of said mortgage, and
to recoyer said debt or any part thereof.
The premises described in and conveved
by said mortgage deed are situate within
said Ramsey County, Minnesota, and are
known and described in said deed as Lot
numbered Ten (10) in Block numbered
Sixty-five {65) of the West St Paul Real Es
tate and Improvement Syndicate Addition
number six (6) according to the recorded
nlat thereof on file in the office of tlie
Register of Deeds In and for said Ramsey
County and pursuant to the power of sale
contained in said mortgage deed, and the
statute in uch ease made and provided,
said, mortgage will be foreclosed and the
premises above described will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cas h, at the Cedar street main entrance to
the Court House, in the City of St Panl,
in said County, on Tuesday, the 15t day
of October, 1901, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, by the Sheriff of said. County, to sat
isfy the amount then due on paid mortgii{,\i.
together with $25 attorney's fees and costs
of foreclosure.
Dated St Paul, Minn.. August 26th. 1901.
THE WEST- ST. PATTE -REAL ESTATEi
AND IMPROVEMENT SYNDICATE,
SOCIEYY UlHEIiliitsi
T. PAUL.
K.OST WORSniPFUL GRAND LOD-il.
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MINNESOTA, A F. AXD A.
JOHN N. NEAL, Grand Master.
622 Boston Blk., Minneapolis, Mlno.
WM. R. MORRIS. Grand Secreiar*
817 Guaranty Bldg., Minneapolis, on.
PIONEER LODGE ^'O. 1, A AND A
M., meets first and third Mondays of each
month
at Masonic Hall, No 319 Wabasha
street," at 8:00 G. Johnson, W
M. W A Hilyard. S?c., 124 Atwater St
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO. 40, A
and A M. meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Masonic Hall, No. 319 Waba
sha St. at 8:00 R. Durant, W
J. Sherwood. Sec. 47 5 Martin St
HOUSEHOLD OFRTJTH, NO. 553, G.
O. of C: meets first and third Monday
in each month for businesssecon Mon
day for instruction, at Od Fellows' Hall,
253 E Seventh St Mrs Lillian A Turner,
M. *N. G. Mrs Ida M. Johnson, W R..
No. 592 Rice street.
ST. JAMES' A. M. E CHURCH, cor.
Fuller and Jay streets. Sunday services:
11:00 a. m. 7:30 Wednesday prayer
meeting^ 8:00 p. ni. Pastor visits on Mon
day and Tuesdaya home Wednesday and
Thursday. Weddings, funerals and the
sick attended on notice. Rev. J. C. Ar^r
son. Pastor. 38 0 Louis St
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH, Cor.
12th and Cedar. Sunday services: Preach
ing at 1 1 a. and. 7:45 n. Sunday
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday even
ing general prayer meeting. Friday even
ing study Sunday school lesson. Funerals
and weddings promptly attended. Rev. W
D. Carter, Pastor, 559 Elfelt St
S T. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL MISSION
comer Aurora avenue and Mackubin stre*-'.
Sunday services: Early celebration of HoFf
Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. High celebration o*
Holy Eucharist first and third Sundavs,
11:00 a. in. Matins, second and fourth
Sundays, 11:00 a. m. Sunday school. 12:3 0
p. Brotherhood of St Andrew, 6:30
m. Vespers, 7:30 m. Week services:
Wednesdays, confirmation class, 8:00 n.
Fridays, evening prayer, 8:00 m. Satur
days, Holy Eucharist, 9 a. m. REV. A
V. CARTIER, Rector, 570 Central av.-nu'e.
MINNEAPOLIS
J.'K. Hv. .ABB Lorsa, Ifo. stMtrrat a*.*, w.
cad Tuesday In each month at Masonic HM: *r%
*nu street between Ueunepio and Nicollet 4*
Meaons in good standing. elrvayH weJeocit.
JOHN G. MTEBRRTT, W
HAVTS BTJRKB. i-ec MfditcV Kio/k
A. K. and A- CO. I*.. !/&*
SAECBOanIJODOSecoadMondayt
a first second is e&cB fr.nv.ra
asonic Hall stree betweao Ir^sr*
a&d Wicollet A'B. kfesoni Ui good it&r^t3)rv:
ways welcome
GEO. W DAT. W. if
Wu.-ltHmtLty. Stc'j LujiUr Exchaft?'?
HIIMNEAPO.ia
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8 ANTHOKT jjunoE, So. 2877, raM i ae ar
tid third Wednesday in carh mnrth fort trans
fBction of Ia8iiiei8 tjefoudaud fonrtti \\cnefltiav
for instruction, ht their hall. Seci HII street.
ween Nicoliei unit ilt-unepii' ave es.
S. ilAK.4,
JAMES A. SCOIT. P. 8. P. O. .Vax 3,1
KNIGHTS OF PVf IIli.8
WAT. TURNIB LODOB. VO. a. et P. wtftn*
poond and fourth Tharsdays is i!.e aaontti I
Jbsn la good otanding welcoma. At Laoar t^-
al* Fourth and K'^hth Are. S a.
J. W. JaoKBox. C. O
Joxi. A. OAAS, C. R. and 8
run or MIHICISOTA IOTSBX*. LLn/ff
A trai nd third Thursday ia e^ek tarn*
rvtbaa In good standing welcadaa. At 14*.
^a Hall Second street betwae* Br^ju&it, n\i
dtotAve'e.
FRSD'S O fOtk.
B. D. Win, K.. R. a&4 ft.
a. A. a.
BIDBZJI Cnoialfo.lt LABUM O TU9, A. fc
KeUthe first and third Tneaday ftirmiiW
Oarfleld Post Hall Wabaiha Street'
__ LAVBA HIOKMAY PBM., CkOIlM i
KA*IB HTIU SSO., 463 Cedar
The Monarch of Them All
THE OUMIAP HAT.
R. A. LANPHER & GO....nBEitf
a
sum the holder and owner of said mortgage,
the deb securedl therebyr, and action. niedl wit $1.0O 0 for lifeA reading., \ddress
at law or otherwise, has been instituted MRS. M. HARPER, 711 Sprim c/*m./ i-t,Ai-Al,Y an/I Mo A *./+tt* nta^ S O -fn** 1S# i
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.Mortgagee.
HERMAN OPPENHEIM,
Atty. for Mortgagee,
91 6 New York Life Bld#*
Sfc Paul, Minn. *-.i ?tk
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in each month for
Wednesday for in
MARS LODGE, NO.
and fourth Wednesday
business and the third
struetlon at Od Fellows* Hall." 25 3 E
Seventh St Val Turner, N G.
Hickman, S., 42 2 S Anthony Ave.
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