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THE "WORLD'SIFAIR CITY" VIEW-
ED BY THE APPEAL MAN.
A Compilation of a Number of Happenings,
Social and Otherwise, Among the Afro-
Americans of the Second City of Thie
Miss Debora White is visiting in
Mr. Charles Pickett left Friday.for
Visit The "Novello," 359 31st street,
and hear the music.
If you wish everybody to see it, put
it in THE APPEAL.
Mrs. A. M. Mann of Indianapolis,
is visiting her cousin.
Miss Annie G. Nelson has returned
from Jacksonville, 111.
Miss Mattie Brown of Memphis is
the guest of her aunt.
Mr. Vene, of New Orleans, is a guest
at the Keystone hotel.
The Summer Club will give its an
nual outing August 31.
Frank Gillespie is in Memphis,
"Tenn. for a short visit.
Mrs. George Alexander, has return
ed from Waukesha, Wis.
Lieutenant John Hawkins has gone
to New York City to reside.
Miss Minnie Goins of Memphis is
visiting friends in the city.
Miss Minnie Barbour has returned
from a visit to her mother at Alton.
Mrs. Fountain Lewis of Cincinnati,
is in the city the guest of Mrs. Nel
Mrs. L. G. Wheeler entertained a
few young people at dinner last Sun
Prof- and Mrs. Emanuel will give
a Trolley party on the evening of the
Miss Mary Dickinson of Washing
ton is the guest of Mrs. D. H. Wil
Thw Appeal is on sale at Faulkner*
Afro-American news stand, 3104 Stat*
Miss Dickinson, of Washington, D.
el is the guest of Dr. D. H. Williams
Miss Susie Brent, of Quincy, Is
spending her vacation in Chicago and
Miss Mamie Shoecraft, of Detroit,
is visiting with Mrs. Boles, 4765 Dear
Rev A. L. Murray of Bethel church
has gone to Atlantic City for a much
Miss Hazel Hart, of Indianapolis,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jenkin, at
6120 Ada street.
Mrs Jerry Blow, of Vicksburgh,
Miss.,' is visiting Mrs. Wickleffe in
Prof, Geo. T. Simpson, recently of
Wilberforce, has opened a music school
at Bethel church.
Mr. L. G. Wheeler and daughter
-M2.^issd-Ss^-^ Sots. are-ta.-route.
hon!e from Europe.
The Bachelors Club will give a
Lawn Fete at Rasches Grove on the
evening of the 25th.
Mrs. Noah D. Thompson entertained
a number of the visiting ladies at
whist Tuesday afternoon.
Mesdames Dix and Alexander, 355fi
Dearborn street, gave a reception to
visitors Thursday evening.
Miss Ethel Wilkinson of Springfield,
Ohio, is visiting her Aunt, Mrs.
Smith, 3116 Armour avenue.
Mrs. Noah D. Thompson gave a
Kimona breakfast to ten of the visit
ing ladies last Sunday morning.
Miss Louise Smallwood, a teacher
in Washington public schools, is visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. George C. Hall.
Dr. Raines, of Clarksdale, Miss.,
left for Nashville, Tenn., Monday to
attend the Business Men's League.
Mrs. Zoe Graves, of Council Bluffs,
Iowa, is the guests of Mrs. John
French, 35th street, and Grand Boule
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris, of St.
Louis, are in the city the guests of
Miss Dora Johnson, 5724 Wabash
Mrs. J. M. Trent returned to the
city Friday of last week and left for
her home, St. Joseph, Mo., Sunday
THE APPEAL Is without question
the best advertising medium through
which\to reach the Afro-Americans of
GERTRUDE IMOGENE PALMER,
Tlalinste. Concert s, musicales, instruc
tion. Room 86 Auditorium, and 680
Misses Clara and Rachel Black for
merly of Milwaukee, have moved to
Chicago and will reside at 4756 Dear
Subscribers for THE APPEAL who
wish to discontinue the paper must
send written notice to the office, prop
erly dated and signed.
The Home ^Missionary Society will
give a grand' Lawn Party and enter
tainment -at Grace Presbyterian1
cfcureh Thursday evening, August 27.
Mr. Ben D. Bagby, agent of THE
APPEAL in Chicaga, may be found at
the office, 323-325 Dearborn steeet,
from 12 to 1 every irastsess
A social organization known, as
"The Boys,*" entertained a number of
the visitors in the eaty at a picaic
last Wednesday afternoon at Rasches
THE APPEAL has fixed advertis-
ing,' and will not cut them to seeure
advertising. However, if you wish to
reach the people you must use TKE
The well known and popular Aeol
ian Quartette has just closed a suc
cessful engagement with the Chautau
qua societies in Maysville, Mo., Clear
Lake, la., and Nebo, 111.
Mr. A. A. Brown, the genial clerk
at the Custom house has returned to
the city after spending a pleasant two
weeks' vacation visiting friends with
!his wife in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The "Novello" Music Hall at, 3&a
-21st street, is the cosiest resort of the
Ikind in the city. It is open for the en
i .'iertalnment of those who, in a quiet
AS. 13M ,"2
Lot No. 1Men's Lace Shoes, in box
calf, velour calf,
vici kid and kanga- PJP
roo. Union made, regular $3. SO values, jjt ^k %0W
Now, per pair jfrmA*\J %S
Lot No. 2Men's guaranteed patent colt til^\ ff
Oxford Ties also velour calf and vici kid, jjfr I
union made, regular $3.00 values. Now Jf* -Mm* A
Lot No. 3Men's High and Low Shoes, M^
Goodyear welt, all leathers except patent, jfkm ^*W
Values up to $3.00. Now JfJMi+S V-T
I you doyoo are sure
Piles of People have Piles and Piles of People have been cured of Piles
with Hoyt's Pile Cure.
jTJREACHES THE SPOT.
Why suffer whe(n a 50 cent tube m*ay cure you. lijsed
by physicians. A booklet with each tu be. If your druggist don't have it
send 50 cents by mail.
Prussian Remedy Co., St. Paul, Minn.
CURffl) IN TWO WEEKS.
Liberty Centre, O. February 15, 1894.
To whom it may concern: I most, heartily recommend "Hoyt's Sure
Cure for Piles" to all who suffer from this annoying disease. I suffered
with Piles for years^ and tried various remedies, none of which afforded
more than temporary relief. About six months ago I procured one tube of
Hoyt's Sure Cure and used it according to directions two weeks, at the end of
which time the ulcers disappeared andi have not since returned. I believe the
cure is complete. D. S. MIRES.
Jury composed of men who knowi
cigar values. find that the plaintiff, the\
Judge Harlan Cigar, is entitled to^recove*
JO cents from every smoker "r
HART & MURPHY, MAKERS, ST.PAULMTNN.
FARWEtL, OZMUIN KIRK & CO.,
T. L. Blood & Co.'5
ARE THOROUGHLY RELIABLE.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Crawford Bicycles, Guns
Goods, Builders'Hard ware, Favorite
HARDWARE. St. Paul, Minn.
The New Process
Blue Flame Roasted Coffee
is better strength and finer
flavor than any other.
GRIGGS, COOPER & CO.,
We furnish the house com-
plete. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs,
Curtains, Stoves, Ranges, Re-
frigerators & Housefurnishings.
Will Matheis Go.
Cor. 6th & Cedar Sts.
CASH OR CRBDIT.
JAMBS JOHNSON, Teacher of vio
lu, room 86 Auditorium building. Miss
Gertrude Imogene Palmer and Mr.
Felix Weir, assistant teachers. Wed
nesday and Saturday, Tuesday and
The picnic given by the Friends of
Illinois club at Oswalds Grove Mon
day evening was a grand success. The
best of order was observed owing to
the splendid management of the com
If you wish a loanjon household fur-
IritureTTiorse, wagdL,~"di"amdnds, "jew
elry or real estate and are holding a
salaried position, call on John 4
Grant & Co., Room 311, No 36 South
During the summer months E. H.
Wrigljt will have his law office at 2963
Wabash avenue. All clients and oth
ers desiring to see him are directed
to call at that address. Telephone,
Miss Ida M. Hall, of New Orleans,
who has for some time been the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Lewis, left Fri
day for Guthrie, O. K., where she will
meet her mother and from there re
turn to her home.
Persons having money to invest on
chattels, diamonds', etc., call on John
Q. Grant & Co., suite 311. 36 South
Clark street. They will give two per
cent per month on all moneys left with
them to be loaned on above securities.
An All Star Concert will be given
Monday evening at St. Marks Meth
odist Episcopal church, 47th and State
streets, for the benefit of the church.
A number of.visitors, prominent in
musical circles will participate in the
The Civil Rights Protective League
of Illinois, will meet in convention,
October 12, 1903, at Springfield. Afro
Americans are requested to organize
clubs throughout the state and elect
delegates. Each club is entitled to
Mr. E. T. Simmons,, of the firm of
Simmons & Son, New Orleans Mer
chants, is in the city visiting with
friends and prospecting. Mr. Sim
mons, while in the city, is being shown
about by Mr. Sam Alston, the popular
president of the Summer Club.
Sergeant Hawkins, the popular sol
dier of the gallant Afro-American Reg
iment- Twenty-Fifth infantry, Unite'd
States Army, had the honor of win
ning the gold medal at Fort Sheridan
for distinguished marksmanship
against a number of competitors.
Information is wanted of Miss or
Mrs. Kate White, who left Omaha a
few years ago and is supposed to be in
Chicago. She is a bright mulatto,
weighing about 125 pounds. Miss
White's parents live at Atchison, Kan.
Any information will be gladly rw
ceived Dy Dr. P. C. Kebble, Pittsburg,
The attention of the gentlemen is
called to the advertisement of the SIX
LITTLE TArLORS, which appears in
this issue. They will suit you with
suits that should suit the hardest to
suit at prices that suit the pocket of
any one. Give them a call before leav
ing an order elsewhere. No trouble to
show goods and quote prices that can
not be duplicated for same styles and
classes of goods.
Mr. E. H. Faulkner and Mr. P. H.
Hixon, proprietors of the Afro-Ameri
can news office and shoe shining par
lor at 3104 State street, deserve much
credit for the energetic manner in
which they have conducted their busi
ness. All the Afro-American papers
are on sale there, besides cigars, can
dies, bootblack supplies, an artistic
shine and good treatment frpm pro
prietors and employees.
Mrs. Henderson Brown, male, 623
54th street. Dr. F. M. Richardson.
Mrs. John Jones, male, 2959
mour avenue. IDr. A. W. "V^illiams
Mrs. A. D.' Siitto)i, males 3026 Dear
born street. Mrs. h. CJiover. i f&J
Goods and you will always be happy
IMPORTERS and MANUFACTURING
ST. PAUL, MINN.
W. L. KIDDER
.335L J5IBJ3Y-. SXKRJBJL
MAKES UNION MAI SHOES FOR ALI, THE FAMILY
THAT ARE STYUSHUP-TO-DATE, FIT AND
WEARERS AND RIGHT IN PRICE.
FOR ANY ONE THAT WANTS THE
BEST. ASK FOR SHAROOD'S
BUTLER TRANSFER GO.
Heavy Draying, Safes, -Boilers, Etc,
Piano and Furniture Moving.
IT'S VERY DISGUSTING TO YOUR FRIENDS and others to hear you
hawking-and spitting. There is no ne3d of it. You can cure yourself with
Phipp's Catarrh Cure. It is pleasant and easy to use. You get relief at once.
Price with nasal tube on, 50 cents at drug store or by mail. Don't take any
Prussian Remedy Co., St. Paul, Minn.
DONE SO MUCH GOOD WANTS AGENCY.
Barnum. Minn., March 14, 1897.
Prussian Remedy Co., St. Paul, Minn.: GentlemenI obtained some of
your medicine for Catarrh while at Sauk Centre, and it did me so much goodi
that I want to take an agency, as it is not for sale here, and a great many
of my friends seeing the gcod it has done me, want to trv it also send me
terms, etc., if you want an agent here. Yours truly,
G. E. JOHNSON.
O S*- NVJV-
N. W. TEI,. MAIN 1467
TWIN CITY 1467
.ST- PAUL,- MINN.
Ajrat& for the
Red Cross: Stoves and Ranges
And TJiatcher Furnaces.
Builders' Hardware. Toois, Tinware,' Paints, Oils", GHass*.
Luxurious Travel and
1 Mie VIA
Inquire for rates and information
should you contemplate a trip well
rounded out with pleasure.
T. W. TFASDALE, Gen. Pas. Agt
St. Paul, Minn. 9
KO&T WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODO*
MINNESOTA. A. F. AHD A. VL
R. L. DE LEO, GRAND MASTKu.
418 E. 18th St., Minneapolis, Min*.
W. R. MORRIS, GRAND SECRETARY,
1020 Guaranty Loan Bldg., Minne$olii,
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, A. F. and A.
M., meets first and third Mondays of each
month at Masonic Hall, No. 319 Wabasha
street, at 8:00 P. M. S. H. Hadley, W
M. G. J. Charleston, Sec, 416 St. An
A. B. Meyers, W. M.
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO. 40, A.
F. and A. M., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Masonic Hall. No. 319 Waba
sha St., at 8:00 P. M. J. H. Sherwood,
W. M.. 524 Farrington Ave. J. E. Porter,
Sec, Bradley Bldg.
PAST GRAND MASTER'S COUNCIn
No. 323, A. F. and A. M., meets tu 'IP
ond Friday in each month at Labor Tem
ple building. Minneapolis. All visitii P.
G. M. in good standing cordially iprited
to attend. W. K. Morris, W| (1 M.
Thomas It. Hickman, G. S., No. W\ lit.
Anthony avenue. St. Pnnt
ii __ 'Z21L.
MARS LODGE. NO. 2202, MEETS C
ond and fourth Wednesday in each nvDtl|
for business and the third Wednesday foi
instruction at Odd Fellows' Hall. 2t?R Ifl.
Seventh street. J. E. Porter, N. G. Ulios.
R. Hickman, P. S., 422 St. Anthony re.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH, NO. 553. W. U.
O. of C. F. meete first and third Mtmdnj
in each month for business: second VIon
dav for instruction, at Odd Fellows' \Sall,
253 East Seventh St., Mrs. Margaret
Shepherd, M. N G. Mrs. Ida M. John
son, W. R., No. 916 Marion St.
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO 114.
meets the second Monday in each month
at Odd Fellows* Hall, No. 263 E. Seventh
street. All Patriarchs in good standing
are invited to attend. W. R. Morrin, M.
V. P. Thos. R. Hickman, R. V. V. T.
Francis. V. P. Geo. B. Lowe, W. R..
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCB cor.
Fuller and Jay streets. Sun-day se Ices1
11:00 a. in. 7:30 p. ^a. Wednesday u ayer
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor visits on Hon
day and Tuesday: at home Wednesday and
Thursday. Weddings, funerals nnn
sick attended on notice. Rev. J. C. i* '&*
son. Pastor. 380 Lou) St.
PILGRIM IJAPT1ST CHURCH, Cor.
12th and Cedar. Sunday services: Pleach
ing nt 11 a. m. and 7:45 n. m. St nday
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday 'ven
ing general prayer meeting. Friday (veil
ing study Sunday school lesson. Fui erala
and weddings promptly atteude Re*. W.
D. Carter. Pastor. 559 Elfelt St.
ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL MISSKj
corner Aurora avenue and Mackubin stre
Sunday servici-s: Early celebration of Hotj
Eucharist, 7:30 a. in. High celebration o?
Holy Eucharist tirst and third Sunday*.
11:00 n. in. Matins, second and f'.inin
Sundays. 11:00 a. in. Sum' srhooi, 12:30
p. in. Brotherhood of St. undrew, (1:30 p.
in. Vespers. 7:30 p. 111. Week services:
Wednesdays, confirmation class, 8:00 v. no.
Fridavs. eveninir nraver. 8:00 rn. S.itur
days. Holy Eucharist, 0 A. M. Rev. Everard
Scott R. Walker
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