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OL. XV, No 25.
(N. B. I you have relatives or
friend* visiting In the city or going to
make a vlalt, please Inform us we
solicit all your local news.—Ed.)
foot Ball Thanksgiving.
Diptheria is quite prevelant
Thursday Is Thanksgiving Day,
At last the cdrfew is in order.
Turkey, what does that spell?
Mr Geo. B.
last Saturday.
Woodson was in town
ReV. Bates has been indisposed for
several weeks.
jS&ii -.
Miss Zoe Richardson has a class in
Instrumental music.
4 Mr. Joe Strothers of Chicago is visit
tog relatives in the city.
/There will be services at all of the
churches Thanksgiving morning.
'"Mrs Adam Dixon has been sick for
the past week but is improving now.
Don't forget, the great Foot Ball
Rev- J- D. Pettigrew anticipates a
trip to Washington to move his family
here, leaves Saturday.
Dr. J. H. Williams will leave this
week for Mobile. Ala, to attend the
National Negro Fair Association meet-
|Mr and Mrs Graves of 27"3 Capital
avenue will entertain a few of their
friends Thursday evening.
.There will be a grand concert Mon
day, November 23rd., at St. Paul's A.
M. E. church, for the benefit of the
The C. T. Club will hold their
meeting next Thursday with Mrs. Chas
Turner, 1014 Day street, all members
ire requested to be present.
irafof^TySoung m&i took the
-civil service examinations this week,
among them were Messrs Frank P.
Johnson and Elbert Hall.
Dr. Horace Talbert, secretary of
Wilberfore University is in the city in
interest of the institution. He is the
guest of Mr-and Mrs. E. EUiston,
Mrs. John Woodson's friends are
glad to k"ow that she is recovering
from a very successful operation
which the underwent a week ago.
All tnembersand friends of the Calla
nan club are co dially invited to meet
at the home of Mrs Uertrudj Shackel
ford, 631 west 7th street Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Will sell my line residence in High
land Park, Des Moines to anybody on
weekly payments of $2.50* Price
$1400.00, has city water, gas and sewer
also barn. Dr. Lew Arntz.
Mr A ». Clark of Oskaloosa, made
a fl ing business trip to our city Wed
nesday. He is the only son of our late
Alexander Clark lie is Loking well,
he is a member of the W. N. P. Assn.
Mrs. Gertrude Cannady and Miss
Edith Comely have issused invitations
for an "At Home" Thanksgiving even
ing in honor of the students of the
State University of Iowa.
Misses Ada Hyde, Lettie Carey, and
Iowa City, where they are attending
Out of tbe thirty-six who took the
etvil service examination (or clerk in
the Des Moines post-office Thun-day
there was only one colored, Elbert B.
Ball, This young man is trying to ac
complish something and we hope
Ioarele cl'tb assembled on the
15th, inst, in the cosy houje of Mrs.
Ueo I. Holt, entertained by Mifs
Electa Lewis.' A delicious lunch was
served by Mrs. Holt. The girls ad
journedto meet with Mrs Nina Walter
Nov. 89.
-•ViMrs Ruben Gaines of Huxton, came
to our city last week to take medical
treatment from a doctor, and he ad
vised her to have an operation, so last
Tuesday she was taken to the Mercy
hospital and operated upon, at this
time 6he is doing well.
The Annual Thanksgiving Foot Ball
garne between Drai and Ames wil] oc
cur at the Drake Stadium next Thurs
cajr afternoon, tickets wi'l be put on
tale n^xt Monday at some of our drug
•torefand at uopttins tiros. Buy your
*mM* '$J
tickets early It will be the greatest
game in Iowa this year, ana the largest
On last Wednesday evening, Mrs. B.
J. Smith of 130 B. Locust street receiv
ed, the sad DAWS of tbe death of her
sitter Mrs. H. Blooh of St. Josejb,
Mo. Mrs Smith left lasi Thursday
morning fo' St. Joseph, returning last
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J, Davis of 1053
6 th., street, gave an eight o'clocx din
ner in honor of her cousins Mrs. (eo.
Allhouse and Mrs. Geo King of Clif
ton Hill. Mo,three courses and Shus
ters Malt were served A delightful
evening was spent by those present.
Mrs. James Woods of 1620 south
Washington street entertained the
ladies of the Intellectual Improvement
club and their husbands and a few
friends, last Friday evening A pro
gram was rendered and a few inter
esting remarks were made by Dr. Wil
liams, Attorneys Krown and Rtlfth. A
dainty lunch was served, and all apent
a very plessant evening.
Friday evening, Nov. 13th Mr. E
Hall was host to the original Alplia
club a very interesting meeting was
held plans being formulated with a
•tew toward joining the Interstate
Literary Society of the middle west.
It te
Game ne*t Thursday, Drake vs Ames. I v01 ug men will send delegates or re
presentatives to the meetings at Om»-
expected that this club of eight
ha. Mr. Mason Hall will entertain the
c'nb Nov. 20th at his home S8 So. B.
first street.
The annual meeting and election of
officer of the Polk County Republican
club that was announced in last week's
issus of this paper to be held Thursday
evening Nov 19th has been postponed
until next Friday evening Nov. 87th.
All members of the c'ub are urged to
be present. By order of Joe Brown
president. J. Williams, secretary.
The Christian Endeavor of St. Paul
A. M. E. church will be lead by Miss
D. Mae Lee Sunday evening at 7 o'clock
svbject, "The hand writing on the
wall," Dan. 5 chap. Everyone inter
ested in these meetings will please
take note of the subject and come pre
pared for general discussion.
Last Monday evening about' thirty
of the musical people of Des Moines
met the home of Prof 5eo I. Holt,
671 west 10th street, and temporarily
organized a Choral Study lub it was a
very enthusiastic meeting, they intend
taking up the study ofS Clodrid e
Taylor.s "Hiawatha Prof Holt was
elected musical director. Another
meeting will be held at Prof Holt's
residence next Monday evening at 8:15
to which you are invited to attend.
The Drake Foot Ball Team went
down to Iowa City last Saturday to
meet the State University team and
after a fierce battle the blues and white
of Drake triumph to the tune of 12 to
6, and the Drake students are still yell
ing. Most of this Drake Team suc
cess is due to coach John L. Griffith,
who is an artist in handling men, the
greatest game of the season will be
here at Haskin Stadium, Thanksgiving
between Drake and A mes
The D. Y. W K. art club met at
the home of Mrs Sadie Drew of Lake
Park Tuesday afternoon with the pres
ident Mrs Birdie Wells in the chair,
after the club's business was finished,
they made the club's sawing aprons,
after which a three course luucheon
was served by the hostess assisted by
Mrs. Essex. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs Gertrude
Reeves of Lake Park, Tuesday Nov
24th Mrs. Uertrude Shackelford, cor.
Mrg Carr wa8 a
Messrs ouis Strathers, and Archie hostess Thursday afternoon the
Alexander are expected in the city from
was present
peasant H. B. S.
jng to the absence of
president( Mr8
college to spend their Thanksgiving Dertnie the newly elected vice
president presided, a large membership
Hamilton, Mrs.
Mrs. Parmer was
re-elected treasurer, new Officers were
elected for the ensuing year, The
by Messrs Raimer nnd Wil
burn was especially nice, Dainty re
freshments were served. Mrs. L. V.
Dennie will be the next hostess, Nov,,
87th., in the evening. Paper by
B. Woods her own selection followed
by general discussion, geographical
quotations will be in order.
A number of ladies of the various
clubs of the city met Thursday even
ing at the home of Mrs. S Joe Hrown,
and entered into a temporary organiza
tion of a city Federation The State
organizer Mrs. E B. Elliston called the
meeting, Mrs L. B. Ulagburn was
elected temporary chairman, Mrs. J.
Rush, sec etary, a committee com
posed of Mesdame3 J. S Hamilton, E.
Elliston and S-.'oe Hrown was ap
pointed to draw up constitution and by
laws. The next meeting will be with
Mrs Hrown lor.8 fth, street Friday
Dec 4th All members of the differ
ent clubs are invited to be present at
the next meeting
The Oea Moines Negro Lyceum met
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Joe B-o«rto, 1059 5th St.,
at which time the vocal and oratorical
contests were deeded and Mrs. H. W,
Hughes, the only one entered in the
poetical contest, presented her com
position which was a poetical gem.
The vocal context waa a rare treat,
each contestant showing remarkable
ability and it was indeed hard for the
judges to decide who actually won.
The contestants were the Misses Pearl
Hammit, Bessie Beeves, Lillian Fields
and Fiorenee Ulster, Mra Get trade
Shaekleford and Prof. W. H. Warricka.
Tbe judges Mesdaraes Frank Johnson,
Joe shepherd and P. Goggins declared
Miss Florence Uater tbe winner and
Prof. Warricka second.
Elbert R. Ball with his famous ora'
ion, 'lufiuence of War on National
Character and Development." again
carried away first honors. Mr. Jesse
Graves with 'Manual Training and
Intellectual Development,'' finished
second and Miss Zolphia Hpebady se
cured thirdv presenation
"Our Race"
The Lyceum wl'l be represented at
Jthe Interstate as follows: ^Declametory
Miss D. May Lee V«cal, Florenc
Outer, Oralis I, Eib-rtK. Hall stid
Poetical, Mrs W, Hughes. The de
legates and alternate will be chosen
next Tuesday. The club will meet at
that time with. Mrs. J, H, McDawell,
90S 8
th street.
The largest attendance ever present
at one of Lyceum's home meetings was
at tbe beautiful home of Mr aod Mrs.
Brown last Tuesday evening. Bon
Herbert Wright, U. 8. Counsul to
Hoodrus, Prof. I Holt, Mesdames
.'ones, Shepherd, Johnsous, Williams
•lacks»n. Harris and Bush Prof Geo.
I. Holt., Revs, Pettigrew, Giifflih and
Miss Blanche Lewis made interesting
What Would You Do?
In case of a burn or seald what
would you do to relieve the pain? Such
injuries are liable to occur in any fami
ly and everyone should be prepared for
them. Chamberlain's Stive applet! on
a soft cloth will relieve the p«ln almost
ins'antly, and unle»s tbe iDjury is a
very severe one, will cause the psrts
to heal without leaving a scar. For
sale by all druggist s.
A supper was given lastFiiday
evening by tbe ladies of the Mt. Zion
Kaptist church for the benefit of the
pastor'* salary with stood success both
socially and financially,
TThe Stewardesses will serve dinner
aod supper at the A. E. church
Thank-giving day.
Mr. Chas. Gross received a telegram
Tuesday telling of the death of his
father in Missouri, he loft in tbe
evening to attend the funeral. Tbe
family have our sympathy in their be
Tbe Tuesday club met at the home
of Mrs A Roberts and was entertain
ed by he ntice Miss Htster Allison.
The Improvement society of the A.
M. E. church met with Mrs. £1. U.
Newsom Thursday afternoon
The l.adief Art Ciub will resntne
work again after a long vacation, and
the first naeetiDg will be witb Mrs. J.
C. He id, Friday afteinoon.
The ladies of the Mi. Zion Rupt a'
cburch will serve supper Thanksgiving
Mr. John Stores and family have
moved in from'the Country Club at
Riverside* and he has accepted a po
sition with Howell Warfield, Piatt
and Company'
Prof. J. W Norris has added a lad
ies bath parlor to liis place of business.
It will he run by his wile Mrs, Anna
How to Cure a Cold
Be as careful as ou c*n you will oc
casionally take cold: and when yon do,
get a mtdlcine of known reliability:
one that has has an established repu
tation and that, is certain to effect a
quick cure. Such a medicine is Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy It has gain
ed a world wide reputation by its re
markable cures of this most emmon
ailmeut: and ean always be depended
upon. It acts on nature's plan, relieves
the lungs, aids expectoration, opens
the vecretions aod aids nature in re*
Btoring the system to a healthy con
dition. During the many y$ara in
whiehitbas been la general use we
have yet to learn of a single case of
cold or attack of the grip having re
sulted in pneumonia when tnis medy
was nsed which shows conclusively
that it is a certain preventive of that
dangerous disease. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy contains no opium or
other narcotic and may be givan as
confidently to a baby as to an adult,
for sale by aIIdruggists
HYdon't you come and buy
a pound of Coffee, Tea»
Spices, peppers, c., are now in.
Grand Rapids. Mich., Judge
Perkins ia the County Cuurt on
the 17th inst., isped a man
damus directing the 'Grand Rap
ids Vetinary college to accept
the entrance application of
D. looker and W. D| McCoy two
Colored students- J|
The Negroes wece refused ad
mission at tbe opening of the
school this year, tUe color line
being drawn againit them al
though they, had completed one
year of the course at)the college.
Judge Perkins held that the col
lege being a qun-public institu
tion and as such receiving certain
benefits ifrom the^itate had no
right to discriminate! among citi
We are proud of the victory for
right and justice. \\fe as a race
must learn to know 4nd stand by
and support our white friends
who are honestly and earnestly
fighting for equal accomodations.
We congratulate Ju^ge Perkins
and those who assisted him in
this case.
The above institution at San
ford, N. 0., is building some
good buildings for her children,
and lawyer W. Quick, is es
tablishing a good record as man
ager of the school. Be says that
they need your Sympathy and
kind assistance now, to-day, but
need money more to complete the
work, send it at oped, W. H.
Quick, Sue*-. _-.Js
Rev. Horace Talbert, secretary
of Wilberforce University, ar
rived in our city last week and
delivered two very interesting
sermon at the A.
E- church.
He is here in the interst of that
great school of learning, which
is the oldest Negro Univer
sity in tbe world. Mr. Talbert
is a very enthusiastic believer in
the success of Wilberforce, and
the ultimate success of the Amer
ican Negro. He visited the
State House, he is an admirer of
Governor Cummins. He will
furnish us an extended article il
lustrated of the University for
our holiday edition next month.
He will go from here to Minneap
olis, Minn-, he made the By
stander office a pleasant call.
EditoT of The Kriterion Here.
Mr. R. J4 Ziv, editor and pub
lisher of the Kriterion, of Kan
sas City, Mo., was in our city1
this week. He called on the
editor of the Bystander. He
likes our city very much.
Mr. H. K-' Hillon of Omaha,
Neb., the Grand Treasurer of the
Iowa Masonic Lodge, who repre
sented the Iowa Masons at the
Prince Hall 100th,, celebration.
He said that he had a very pleas
ant visit of three weeks, visiting
some of his relatives that he had
not seen for 30 years. He said
that thecentenial consisted chief
ly of socials and entertainments
Only three*states failed to send
representatives, the parade was
one of the grandest features it
was one mile long, enlivened
wfth -gjg'yen bands, and many ma.
sons In full regalia, It must
have been not only a picturesque
but inspiring to the old Mother
of Negro Masonry. Prince Hall,
to see her line of offsprings
marching in the shadow of the
cradle of liberty
DES MOINES, IOWA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. Price Five Cents.
Each society is entitled to one rep
resentative on the program provided
there are not more than three societies
from the saute city. In cities where
there are more than three societies
representing, the-delegates from each
society will bold a delegate meeting,
and select from that number three
persons to represent the city on the
program with literary numbers. No
restrictions are placed on musical
numbers. This arrangement makes it
necessary for each society to act at
once. A good arrangement would be
for tbe president of the oldest society
to call this meeting.
Each society isentltl»d to three dele
gates with a corresponding numbar of
alternates. The basis of representa
tion is as follow*: Old societies. II 00
New Societies, 81 50 Old societies fail
to represent last year, will pay $1.50.
Contests in oratory, original music,
and original poetry, have been made a
permanent feature of tbe annual pro
gram. Prizes will be awarded success
ful contestems as follows: Oratory,
firs'- prize $7 00, seoond prize, $3.00
music, $3 00 poetry, 93.00.
Orations must be banded to the
pri sident by nuon of the first day of
meeting. In a sity or school where
more than one person wishes to enter
the oratorical contest, the orators are
asked to have preliminary contest and
the winner be give
if the place in tbe
Inter-State contest.
An admission fee of 15 cents will
be charged the night of the Contest.
All new societies will pay their fee
before November 28.
Ten minutes will be allowed for pa
pers. Keep this in mind while wriliug
your paper.
Intei-Mate Literary Asso
Next Session Omaha, Nebraska,
Christmas, 1908.
This comes tp reminds you that the
Inter-State Literary Association of
Kansas and the West will hold Its
18ib., Annual Session in Omaha, Neb.,
in the Zion Bsptiat church. The
opening session will be held Monday
evening December £8th., at 7:30 o'clock
Welcome addresses will be given and a
receptian tendered the delegates. The
olosing sesalon will be held De:ember
The committee will meet Nov. 88th.,
to arrange program. All societies are
asked to send the representation fee by
said date. All names for the program
must be in the hands of the corre
sponding secretary by said date.
Done by order of the commitee.
Mis. W. L. Grant Cor. secretary,
1964 N. 4th., St.. Kansas CUy, Kan,
Prof. F. VVesi, Pres.
Leavenworth, Ksns.
Mrs. J. G. Pegg, Chairman Ex. Com.,
Omaha, Neb
Last week occurred the funeral of
Mrs Galaway, who resides 011 the Mad
ison road, she had been quite ill fur
some time. The funeral service was
conducted by Rev. McClellan of Ft.
Madison and J. W. Smith of Hurling
ton the services were held at the
faiuily residence.
Mrs. Uallaway leaves one daughter
and two sons and several graud-chiid
ren and a host of friends to mourn her
Sunday evening the sad news of the
dea'h uf Mis. nnic Orahpm reached
here, her d^ath occurred at her home
in Keokuk, the rema:nt was brought
here for burial, tbe funeral notices
as vet have uot been arra'oged.
Mrs. P. Johnson is quite ill at her
hoa.6 on South hill, tier daughter
Mrs. Bert Johnson of Chicago was
called to the city on the account of
her mother's illness, and she is indis
Flora Jackson is somebetter at this
Last week the remains of Mrs. Nan
Jackson an old and highly respected
citizen was brought home for burial
Mrs. Jackson pissed away in Omaha
at the home of her son Edward ua:k
son. Mrs. Jackson was a member of
the Baptist ehurtrti of this city and a
devoted christian, she leaves to mourn
three sons and many sorrow­
ing friends, tbe funeral services..as
held at the A. K. church, Kev.
•Thomas officiated assisted by the Kev.
Mr J. B. Johnson was called to
Hannibal, last Wednesday to attend
the l'uneral of his brother Arthur
Thomas is conducting quite a
rally to raise money enough to pur
a parsonage, each member and
frieud is requested to give ten dollars,
your name is solicited, we wish him
Kriduy evening the Baptist church
gave a h'.ckery nut and oyster social,
which WfcS quite a success.
Wedding oells will soon ring out in
our city.
Foolish Question.
A magazine writer asks: "Why ds
men wear suspenders?" Well, in our
case, old chap, they feel a whole lot
better than a rope.
W .»»r
.mtSftj® gs «&^« ^......
The Stewardesses of tbe A. M. 8.
church gave a successful cbitillng sup
per at the cburch, a splendid pro
gram was rendered.
The Goioted minUtrel which has
been slated for this month will be held
on tbe 20th,, for the benefit of the new
Brother McOraw of 935 Brown street
is improving.
Quarterly meeting was held at the
A. M, E church Ust Sunday, presiding
elder Phillips was pr sent and preach
ed both morning and evening.
Mr. White who has made his home
in Des Moines for the past few months
has returned to Davenport for the
Bethel A., M, E. 8uoday school an
nounce a sacred concert for the 4th.,
Sunday in December.
The Colored show that waa here last
week went to Bock Iiland for a week's
Our Sunday school is preparing for a
drama be rendered the StOih., of
Otla Johns in of Albla was mar­
ried to Mr. Nick Henderson of Hock
ing at the parsonage bj Rev. J. H.
Bell, Thursday evening.
The Sewing Circle club met at the
home of Mrs. Geo. 4, Davis on Moo
day afternoon
Mrs Doc Brummer is in Albla from
Buxton this week.
Mrs. Allie Bowman is able to be out
Mrs, Wm. Shortrege was pleasantly
surprised at her home last Tuesday
evening by a number of her friends,
the eveuing was pleasantly spent in
games, refreshments were served
after which the guest departed for
their several homes after having spebt
a delightful eveniog.
Tbe F, E. H. club metThursdny af
ternoon with Miss Katie Owens, the
club gave a progressive tea last week,
which a decided success, the proceeds
were for charity.
Mr Arthur Singleton a highly re
spected and well known young man,
died at the St. Joseph hospital Wed
nesday, Nov. 4th., after a prolonged
illness of over two years caused
The rehearsals for the the cantata
Queen Esther have begun under the
management of tbe Church wf St
the Vir^iu assisted by.the
being kicked by a horse, lie leaves
to mourn hU death a mother, two
brothers and ft sister. The funeral
"held Sunday HfftSWdoinmt S5W
o'clock at tbe A. M. E. church, Kev.
Secarcy cfflciaten.
It is with a degree of sadness that
we chronicle the death of Mrs. Minnie
Graham, which occurred Sunday night
the 25ih inst., at St. Joseph Hospital
where she underwent an operation
two week3 ago. The remains were
taken to Burlington for interment.
The funeral will be under the auspices
ol the O. S. ttev. Searcy pastor of
the A. M. M. church here will officiate.
the other churches.
Mr. Wm Fields of Missouri is here
guest of Miss Katie Owens, of 1223
Morgan street.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buckner of
New IKsion, celebrated their 30th.,
anniversary at their home Sunday
Nov 15th.,.which was a delightful af
fair. Oaly relatives and a few friends
were present.
M.*s. Mattie Woodard is quite ill at
her home 10 add Morgan streets.
Mr Wm. Bush of West Liberty, vis
ited in the city a few days last week
with bis parents.
How to Treat a Sprain
Sprirs, swellings and lameness are
promptly relieved by Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. This liniment reduces in
fliinadoa and soreness so that a sprain
may be cured in ab^ut one third the
time required by the usual treatment.
For sale by ail druggists.
The David and Johnathan League
which meets every Sunday afternoon
in the basement of the Union Congre
gational church, is increasing in inter
est and in numbers. Subjects of inter
est are being discussed Sabbath after
Sabbath by men whe are interested in
all that pertains to the good of man
The sole object of the League is to
help men to be better men.
To help men think like.men. To help
men to Bpeak like men.
To help men to act like men. To help
men to help society.
The League is for all men, old and
Sunday Nov. 22, "The Need of He
roic Citizenship."
Sunday Nov. 29, "Ingratitude."
All men are invited to the league,
and are welcome to take a part in the
Program committee J. TT. Shepard,
Geo. H, CleggettSr. and W. H. Porter.
E. Banks, Pres.
Geo. H. Cleggett, Sr. clerk.
Opening Oysters by X-Ray.
The X-ray has Just been introduced
to the pearl fishers of Ceylnn to show
whether an oyster has pear
la without
%r2 7*7r iWP
i: t\
.. .•• .'• if jM1 ',
The Negro farmers In the South own
in their own rlgnt. and according to
atstlstics, over 173,000 faims Including,
tboaj which they uootrol as tenants.
The wage Earners Loan and Invest*
men 1 Company, of Savannah. Oa., held
its eight annual meeting November,
Sod. Notwithstanding the money
panle, their inorease of butioess dur«
log the past year amounted to a little
over 9)000. During the year the cotn
psny did a business of $7,5S3.58, dec
daring a dividend of 12 per ceot., fo*
its stockholders, Tbe interest on de*
posits i.« greater than that given bjr
auy other bank In the olty, The sua*
cess of the company is due mainly to
theefljrtsol its president, L. E Wil
li ims, its secretary and treasurer
W. S. Soott, in whom the patronao£
tbe company, have the greatest coofl*'
dence. Mr. Soolt is j. l'uskegee grad
Mr. Thomas J. Hililard of the city
of Baltimore, Md., conducts a suc
cessful house-furntehlng business that
is ovsr uud hundred years old. It was"
established by his grandfather. Mr.
HiUiard began as a boy, nearly half a
century ago when he helped his moth*
e4 to sell her wares. He is a prom.
nent tnainber of tbe local Negro busi
ness League.
Mr. Henry L. Saunuera of Indian
epulis, Ind., merchant and manufac
turer, is tne proprietor of a iaUies and
gents furniauiug establishment wbioh
aid a business of $J4,004.41 lor 1907,
nis stock waa invoic.d at $10,QUO.
Messrs Goode, Dtinson, Henry St Co.,
conduct one of tbe flaest cafes iu Bos
too, Mass. Io connection with it al«o
a grocery and provision department,
ah of wnicb represent a capital of
In Greenville, Mis*,, the leading oitjr
of the Delta Couuty, the only book.
store and stationary business is owned
and vonjuated by Grauville Carter ft
colored man. Stock is as large as aujf
of ita kiud anywhere in thi state, aud
bis customers are of the fluest families
of both races in oity and country.
The display of the different kinds of
handicrafts and numerous produces of
the farm and fine live stock in tbe Ne
Building by members of the race
at. tbe Alabama Agricultural Mate
Fair in Montgomery, Oct., 19th.,-24'h.,
was highly creditable and the subject
of much favorable commeut.
Sick Headache.
distressing disease results from
a disordered condition of tbe stomach,
aud can be cured by taking Chamber
liin's Stomxch and Liver Tab'ets. Get
a free sample at all drug stores and
try it.
TurklMi War Cxpensea,
Something like three-fourths of Ow
uinual expenditure of the Turkish
government has of recect years beea
'or arms and munitions of war.
8Hent Japanese Soldiers.
Japanese Boldlers fight noiselessly,
I'tiey have no bands, no drums beat
reveille or tattoo, and in action they
titer no cheers.
Irrigation Adda Value.
)Sy means of irrigation something
uke 3,600,000 acres of land in £Mto
:a have been Increased In value over
Smiths Lead All.
in the city of Washington there
-i- M"
French Gray Colored matt Of
tham, Alabama, who is bald to be 103 ...x
years old donated to the Dooley Nor- '^1$
nip! and ludu&trial Instiiue at Daphne, dW
Ala., 12j acres of land vaiueJ at more
than $^,000, and said that be wanted
it understood that iu this be is helping Sg
bis race. This institution seems to
be making great success under the. dl
rect'on of Prof. James Dooley, the
founder, and noW has fift-oue stu*
dents. The trustees of this institu "b,
tion have been inude administrators of
Mr. Gray's remaing property, which .-y^f
consists of about 340 acres.
18,000 Browns, 15,000 Smiths, 14,001
lohnsons and 1,000 Joneses.
Average Journey of Freight
The average-' journey of a toa
'wlliht In 128 mllea.
Is the act of developing
Education 8 the act of guiding the
powers of a chllL
Education Is a drawing forth,
clpllning the intellect.
Education Is tbe act of forming
regulating the principles of tbe chiliL
ths act of expanding
and disciplining th«

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