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Mrs. H.cJJoHtll of Hannibal, Mo.,
waa the gussvof her daughter, Mrs.
J, Treat last week.
Mis* Busts Leedan has returned to
her home In Hannibal, Mo., after a
pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. fid.
Johnson of spruce St
Mrs. Washington entertained with
a delightful dinner on Sunday compli
mentary to Miss & Leedan of Hanni
Mr. and Mrs. O. Badgett spent New
Year's in Keokuk.
Miss Bessie and Marie Leslie visit
ed in Monmouth during the hollidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Saunders have return
ed tathsl* hem* in Dee Moinee after
a pleasant visit with Mrs. VT Leslie.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Pricier of Peoria.
111., are the guests of Mr. Frazier's
mother. Mrs. Anderson of Main stret
Rev. R. Palmer waa the recipient of
a nice puree of money from the Union
Baptist Sunday school for a Christmas
Mrs. Jordan Earlie has returned
from a very pleasant visit at Frank
Fever sores and old chronie sores
should not be healed entirely, but
^be kept in healthy condition. This
can be done by applying Chamberlain's
Salve. This salve has no superior for
ttois purpose. It is also most excellent
for ehapped hands, sore nipples, burns
and ut ,-es of the skin. For saae by
CIDAB RAPIDS NEWS.
Mrs. Fannie Alnutt is -quite ill at
her home on 9th street
.. The J. S. T. club met at the home
of Mrs. Addle Gray last Wednesday
and elected their officers and will have
an instalatlon and reception at the
home of Mrs. Harry Home on next
The Culture clnb met at the home
of Mr a. Price' Harrison and installed
officers for the ensuing year.
Mrs. Kate Williams is spending the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. Price'
Harrison. We hope the ladies will
make it pleasant for her while in our
The Allen Guards met with the prep*
ident Mrs. Ella Lucas, Thursday 4nd
an Interesting meeting waa held.
We trust that each individual will
take upon himself the burden of send
ing news to the agent or call np Uo.
.1818 Red, as it will be quite a help
to her, especially news from the dif
ferent clubs, .Let this 1911 be one of
-sola let Cedar Rapids be
none. We can do so [by each
a helping hand, as the
"Let us then be up and doing with a
heart for any fate,
Still achieving, still persuing?
Learn to labor and to wait"
The Rev. R. Hackley was out of the
city New Tear's visiting relatives.
The chairman of Child and Mother
Study wishes to meet fell the different
clubs 6f the city in a mothers' meet
ing the last Friday in this month at
her home. Let each one wear a white
ribbon. Further particulars will be
Mr. Ross Simms died at Mercy hos
pital Saturday night He leaves .a
wife, sister and other relatives.'
Do you know .that fully nine out of
every ten eases of rheumatism are
simply rheumatism of the muscles due
to cold OT damp, or chronic rheumatism,
•and require no internal treatment what
ever Apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely and see how quickly it gives re
lief. For sale by all druggists.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Mesdatnes Thos. Midget, James Al
lien and Miss Etta Ross of Chicago,
Daisy Luverne of Iowa City and
Mrs. Peter Lowhtey of Muscatine have
returned to their homes after spending
the holidays with Mrs. Rufus Phoeoix.
Mrs. Cha8. Jones entertained a num
ber ow trl-city friends in honor of the
house guests of Mrs. Rufus Phoenix.
Mrs. James Liztons also entertained
Friday evening, December 29.
Mrs. R. D. Pollard and little grand-,
son Scottle returned home after an ex
tended visit with relatives and friends
in Chicago aad Henderson, Ky.
Mr. aad Mrs. J. H. Corley have re
turned to -the city after spending a
week in Chicago.
Mr. Eddie ftichardaon of Galesburg,
111., spent a few days in th$ city visit-
a short business trip to the smth.
Messrs. Earl Bradley and Wm. Ter
rell left 8unday evening for a few
dftys.' visit with frieads in Chicago,
ifPPiTtnir a rnnm 0"^
liUMUKMlOH. 'George Jselfroa were TOltedlnmar
Ob January I Ml o'clook P« at rlage tin* home of the brides par
the residence of C. Cook. lOtO Brook rats on North Marlon street Monday
street, oourred the wedding of Henry evening, January 1st. Rev. M. I. Gor
Puroell and Mlsa Una Marshall, Her. don officiating.
J. W. tuaith performing the ceremony. Mrs. Mora Caaon played the wedding
Only friends aad throe slaters march. After congratulations a two
were present. course luncheon waa served to tbe 56
guests present They went to house
keeping on Main street where thqr
are at some to their friends. Mr. aad
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. ec -n=* "y
Simms and Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray, De-| Jan. 4-4, 15, lO, I.
cember 3lst, and a delightful time was
enjoyed by all.
visited Sunday with his sister and
Mrs. R. P. Palmer with a number of
friends gathered at the home of Mr.
J. Dun on the 2d of January and gave
him a surprise, it being his birthday.
He was the recipient of many useful
presents. Rev. Palmer made the pre
sentation speech with a few well
chosen remarks. A delightful time
was enjoyed by all.
ing his brothear Ray.
Mr. Chas. Dickerson our successful al«o colored, at her home on
business man has returned home after
Miss Maude Buckner of West 4th
street has returned from a few days
visit with her relatives and friends might perhaps had
in Keosauqua, Iowa.
quiet home wedding Occurred a few
days ago when Miss Nora Harris, N.
Marion St., became the bride of Henry
Casen, of West 2nd St Rev. M. I.
Gordon, pastor of the-A, M. E. church
officiated. The couple received many
useful and beautiful presents.
Mr. George Toung of Peoria, 111.,
Visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
H. Spotts, 32L .Mala street
New Year'a which was a success ao
Is on thls weeks' slck .list, ,.
Miss Btenfbrd Robinson's cousin pf
Centerrllle is visiting: In this city.
Miss H««I Olart, SU W. Dir.. snent
New Yedr's Dair in (McaldQek, .tfie
gnest of Mias Edna JonSa.
Messrs. Paul and -Ray Johnsbn of
VMlow street entertained a few ef
their frissS it last wesk.
Blenfdrd Robinson hss retnrn
a fnr dkys* visit w|«h Mla
f&a la fWrteid. -v
$» 'MmM'S^IS^ ffll -111? i*
Mrs. Jackson of Delevan, I1L, parents
of tbe groom* were present
riatlnew Sunday & Wednesday
THE SEASON'S ONE
WITH THB EVER POPULAR
Night Prices—35c, 35c, 50c.
Matinees—15c, 35c, 35c and a few
at 50c. L*
Rev. J. H. Ferribee spent-the holi
days in Chicago with his family.
Miss Inez Moss of Champaign, 111., Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. W.
Rev. Ellas C. Wipdton gave a most
pleasing recital ajfthe T. M. C. A. on
Friday .evenlng,/December 22d, under
the auspices o^Bethel A. M. E. church,
The auditywre which was exceedingly
small ww nevertheless appreciative.
ThesC&rlstmaa festivities at Bethel
A. Jr. EL church were evidenced on
Chfristmas night when a very pleasing
jfrogram was rendered by the Sunday
school scholars. A Christmas tree
had beh provided which was laden
with presents and articles suitable to
the occasion. A large number of their
friends were present, which lent en
thusiasm to the occasion.
The Misses May Taylor of Wilber
force college and Ida of Chicago spent
Christmas with their parents,
Miss Bertha Bradley of Rockford,
111. visited In Clinton last week.
The womans Loyal Club held their
annual reception at the home of the
president, Mrs. J. T. Culberson, re
cently. An interesting program was
rendered, followed by the serving of
refreshments. A pleasant evening
Mr. William Thompson, of Ottumwa
returned to his home Tuesday after
a pleasant visit with his sons, Charles
Mrs. Oscar Thompson has been en
tertainlns her mother, Mrs. Anna FOB
ter of Ottumwa, who left Monday for
Miss Munda Beasoa of Buxton, spent
the holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Richardson.
The trugtee helpers will entertain
at Bethel M. E. Church, Friday eve
ning, Jan. 5th at a social. A good time
is looked forward to.
ST. PAUL BUDGET ASIAN.
Snow and plenty of it and then
some cold, crispy weather with it
"The Messiah's Advent," was most
beautifully rendered on Christmasc
Eve. by the St James A. M. E. Church
choir of 23 voices under the direction
of Mrs. Addle C. Mlnbr. A large audi
ence listened to its rendition.
Memorial services of Gopher lodge
105,1. B. P. 0. E. W., were held at St
James chuTch Sunday evening, De
cemtfer 31st Rev. Jones preached a
Mrs. E. Echols of Thomas street en
tertained at luncheon Thursday of
laat week, Mesdames Elizabeth Lee of
Chicago and I. Hicks
One of the most brutal murders in
the annals of the city and especially
among us was. committed on last
Tuesday aight ivy Geo. W. Parker,**
student in a medical college at Omaha
and also, a resident of- that city.
Parker is thought to be insane. For
motives unknown to no one he took a
razor and cn*. to death Mrs. Andrew
Mr. TOos. Splcer, 460 W. 5th St.,
spent Me^r Tear's in Oskaloosa.
Miss Cecil Spotts, 321 IB. Main, is
visiting at R. Johnson's' home in Os
•ffke'StiswardelM of "the»:" A. 'M. E. _r -w.-,
church served dinner and supper'on ^h*Pter^.B. S. ttie-following officers
who waB and
been an invalid for several years, be
ing stricken with paralysis. Parker
chme here from Omaha the first of the
week to marry a Miss De Tlene who
was staying at the Jackson home: For
some reason the young lady postponed
the wedding, much to the dislike of
Parker, whom some say thought Mrs.
thing to do with, therefore wrecking
such vengeance upon the helpless wo
man. Mrs, Jackson was highly re
spected In our community. Her hus
band is a porter on the Great North
ern and was ojit on his run when this
happened. He has the" sympathy of
the entire comunity. Parker is being
held in custody at the Jail and will
haye a hearing next week. The funer
al -of Mirs., Jackson was held Tuesday
afternoon, Jfa. 2, at the Baptist
Church and yaa largely attended.
The deceased jras a member of the
Household of Rtith, and was buried
with their honors.
a meeting: (if thf Queett,.ol!
wer? elected, for the ensuing year:
Ellen Cannon, W. M. Mary Moore,
A.: W: Gertrhde Barber, Treas
Mattie ttn Hieks ttaHe VcBK
Toy Cond.i Mary Banister, A Cond.
If ^you have any trouble with your
stomach jou sh«4d itake Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. P.
Klote of Edlaai Mo., "1 have
used a great many, different
for stomach trdtiue, )but find, Chtwbcr
Icfafs Stonmeh'aid liver TabVfa more
beneflcial that aay other
ever-'Usedl^ePMls ttf alt druggists*
Patron Walker Williams, toma Ar
oher, Ada Bmma Parker, Rath An
nie Robinson, Esther May Mawm,
Martha Alice Martin, Electa. The
above named officers were installed
on the 27th with Prlds of the West
Chapter No. JO. Minneapolis.
The Self-Culture dab ladles enter
tained their husbands at a reception
Thursday evening, December 28th at
the home of Mrs. Blanche Charlestan
of University avenue. There werl
present eighteen and the gentlemen
said they never had so muon fun since
they were boys and that has been a
long time agrf.
The Handicraft Art club held open
doors New Tear's day at the home of
Mrs. Bessie Miller of Edmund street
Messrs. Scott J. Mason, Alvah Tay
lor and J. B. Johnson, railroad mag
nates, spent the holidays with their
Mrs. Quitman Hicks of Thomas St
waa hoatess to the M. T. C. Art club
study on the life of Frederick Douglass
of Minneapolis, Thursday. Topical
was led by Mrs. Mary Moss. Current
events by Mrs. Belle Hyatt. Refresh
ments were served by the hostess,
after which the club adjourned to meet
January 18th with Mrs. mina Helm ot
grand musical under the direction
of the Cosmopolitan Quartette, assist
ed by other talent will be given at St
James church on the 18th inst^_pro
ceeds for the benefit of the church,
dmisslon only 26 cents.
Mrs. Laqunia Williams of Winnipeg
is in the city, being called here by the
horrible death of her mother, tfra,
Mrs. Birdie High is spending the
holidays with her hustiand at Winhi
Mrs. B. F. dwards is In Chicago at
the befoide of her sick mother.
Mrs. Madge Thomas of New. York
is visiting her aunt Mrs. Ingram, and
Mrs. W. R.HarJy.
Wait for the big musical hit given
Sbeba chapter in the
near future. Something entirely new.
The Self-Culture club 'will hold Its
next meeting January 10 with Mrs. B.
R. Durant of Payrtblvenue.
MASON CITY HBWa
A number of people attended the ser
vices Sunday at the church, regardless
of the extreme cold weather.
The officers ofthe Plymouth Ifission lor
the year 1912, are as follows: W. L.
Jones, Dercon John D. Reeler, R. O
Stratton, W. L, Jones, Trustees Mrs.
J. D. Reeler, Supt., O. Stratton,
Church Treasurer Mr?. Mary B. Cab
Plmouth Mission, under the leader
ship of .Rev. snd Mrs. E. J. Penny, with
fifteen active members paid their pss
tor $616.65 for the year of 1911. Paid
$20 per month rent for church room
with other expenses, and starts the
New Yesr out of debt The Ladies Aid
society are the "busy bees" of th6
church. Their work speaks for itself.
Mrs. Bruton and her brother, with
the assistance of Miss Bernice Dsvis
hs# give us two very fine musical enter
tainments. We welcome them to our
city with their musical talent.
Mr and Mrs. S S. Stratton of Manly,
Iowa, gave their family Xmaa dinner
with most of their sons and daughters.
Mrs W S. Stratton and little daught
er, Ettellaof Manly, IoWa, was visit
ing her father Rev. E. J. Penny on 6th
ivenaeand Mr. W. T. Jones, 115 Broady
street, a few daya last week.
Mrs, Wsrren and'Miss Nora Williams
and Miss Arteva took an active part in
Mrs. Bruton's entertainment which was
Girls, remember this is, leap year.
We nave a few bachelors in our town.
Don't let tham get awayC
Miss Bernie Davis of Warren atreet,
VIVIAN L. JONES
The very best service guaranteed
Calls answered promptly dsy or
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(Residence Maple 689
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Th« most wonderful bairpMpamtloMoa Mm nwrkau WhM we wy
bsk we do not exaccerate, miww warnat raralti tetheflnt
fewtMMmenta. We roarantae liable Hair rrowar
90e botile UwoHs
5 yards plain Gauze, Red Cross
Absorbent Cotton, lb. 26c
Spirits Camphor, IT. 6. P., 4
eunce bottle 15o
Compound Cathartic Pills, im
proved, ltfo bottle 25c
Compound Csithartic Pills, with
Calomel, 100 bottle* 25c
Hinkel's Cascara Cathartic, bot
tle of 100 at 25«
3 doz. Aspirin Tablets
Ific Bottle Rose
1 lb Pure fepeom Salts 5c
1 lb. Pure Sulphur —. 5c
1 pt. Dlcken's Witch Hazel ...25e
1 oz. bottle Pure Glycerine 5c
1 pint Denatured Alcohol ..„.15c
1 pint Strong Ammonia 16c
10c Pkg. Cubeb Cigarettes 5c
60c Phosphate Soda ..25c
2 oz. Pure Carbolic Acid 10c
2 doz. 2 gr. Quinine Capsules..
35c Castorla 30c
35c ST£3RRO Cubde
76c Mercolized Wax
$1 bottles Listerine
50c bottle Listerine
Zinc Douche Pans
Enameled Douche Pans at spe
clal ptlce of 1.89
3 oz: Rochelle Salts 10c
91.50 Bath Mats, special $1.17
$1.50 Turkish Bath Towels at $1.17
$1. Turkish Bath .Towels 79c
3 oz. Pure Orris Root ...10c
pt. Imported Bay Rum 25c
$1 bot. HOrlick's M-alted Milk 85c
50c bot. Horllck's Malted Milk 45c
1 oz. Pure Quinine 50c
2 oz. Pure Gum Camphor 15c
pt. BeBt Spirits Camphor ..25c
50c bottles Pure Olive Oil 39c
26« pkg. Sedlitz
25c Syrup of Figs .19e
25c bottle JOucumber Cream at 19c
qnee fratp falling ewt and braakfay og waiting harah atubbeoi *0*!
•adsllar. Marte Hair Grower growa halr on bald placw of the haid
Too wlU new be without them. Iteiric
Hair Grower and Straightening Oil are manufactured only by Meedam."
Ssalh A Johneon. We alao do eealp tKatliue.
MAOIO HAM OROWtn BOO. liTKAIQHTCNINQ, OIL tOO.
Att otdwa promptly flHed eend I0e fir poetage. Money muatacp,- laBSnaBSBBBM
carry €^Hrythini in
ftthionabk |al iroOric nt thtf lowest
Wi make nWttches pcffa, iriuia
ion curls, coronet braids, and
ill wades Hpeciaity. Send aampla
hair with, alf orifeiriu^^t" •.:
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2405 tUondo Street .,
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GRAND AND SIXTH AVENUES.
Money JFor Everybody
50c Sempre Glovine 58®
50c Ivory Vanity Boxes FRED
this week with every box of
Jaaette Poudre de Rls Face
Powder, 50c value at 89c
Rubber Goods Reduced
2 qt Combination) Fountain
Syringe and Hot Water Bot
tle, $1.76 value |1.S»
$2.60 Whirling Spray
special at ..$1.69
Lady Jane 2-qt Fountain Syr
inge, $1.50 value ait 98c
Beet Hot Water Bottles made,
guaranteed Cor two years,
,'For the Toilet
2 00 Holmes Frostilla 19c
25c Pond's Vanishing Cream ..19c
95c Euthymol Tooth' Paste 19c
25c Satin Skin Cream —19c
,25c Woodbury Face Cream 19c
25c Lustrete Nail Enamel at .19c
25c Roseline 19c
25c Saniiol Cream 19c
25c Sanltol Face Powder 19c
25c Lazell'e Massetta Talcum 19c
25c Colgate's Talcum ---15c
25c Jap Talcum ...J 7c
10c Toilet Puml-ce 7c
10c Face Chamois 7c
1 lb. pkg. Jergen's Talcum .21c
25c P.kg. Rogers & Gallet Rice
50c box Elcaya Face Powder ..39c
•50c jar Elcaya Cream 39c
25c Freeman Face Powder ...19c
50c bottles Toilet Water 39c
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste 39c
$1 box La Trefle Face Powder 85c
25c Colgate's Dental Cream ..20e
50c Camthrox 39c
50c Lablache Face Powder 39c
25c Rubifoam 19c
1 lb. Cold -Cream ....... 50c
10c iDeck. Steamboat Playing
Cards for .— 7c
20 Mule Team Borax, 15c val
ue ...... .10c
BOSTON MARKET Co.
Greatest Variety In the City of
Choice Meals, Fish, Poultru
We Strive to Please with the Best of
Ooods and Prompt Service
riCTI II A-PUT MO^EY IN BANK AND gOM AWIUCT0ll.WM.MW HMMI
rloTULA"" -wAiT^UNTiLCuneD^t !l?^lup
Rat^alDiseaaea'^ttiSedWitho*mSergkalepenttou. NoCMot- OMIMS.
ofahn. Ether or'otiier Mneral anaesthetic
T\a1* Phone Your Order to Walnut 401 and
GRAND AND SIXTH AVENUES••
lias been visiting.her uncle, Mr. Scott
Davis of Ft. Dodge, lowa, for the past
Special to Bystander.
The many friends of Mr. Msthew
Denny snd Miaa Nettie Wsrren will be
Surprised to hesr of, their- marrisge,
which occurred, Jan. 8, 1912, st the
beautiful home of Mn. Fanny I. Mar
shall, 10th and Green streets, Boone,
Iowa, a sister of the groom Rev.
Wm. H. Stark, pastor of the A M. E.
church officiated. The groom is one of
our best and most energetic young Col
ored citizens of Boone, Iowa Mis«
Warren is one of Columbus, Ohio's best
young ladies, industrious and refined.
Both have the best wiahes of their
many friends for success and happiness.
Miss Marshall served a moat elaborate
aix o'clock dinner. All present had a
delightful time. Mrs. Marshall's daugh
ter, a bright young, lady student in the
high school at Boone presided at the
25c Bint's Head Wash
26c Box Tiz
75c Thermollaed Jelly
25c Jergen's Benzoin
250 Gem Nail Clips
50c Daggett ft Ramsell's Cold
Therox, regular 75c, at 69c
With Orris Root 75c
Saxolite, regular 76c ---—.--59c
Thermodized Jelly, regular $1 69c
Coleated Balaam, regular $1 --69o
Balmwort regular 60c 39c
Slpurmaix, regular 5jk 39c
Delatone, regular $1 69c
Kulux, regular B®c
Tellow Minyol, regular $1 69c
Conct Oil Ptoe. regular 50c —39c
Murax Comp., regular 50c 39c
Lavona Prescription $1.00
Lavox Shampoo, regular 25c —15c
25c Cutlcura Soap 19c
25c 4711 Glycerine Soap 19c
25c Packers' Tar Soap —19c
5c Ivory Soap 4c
10c Jap Rose Soap 7c
25c Woodbury's Fbcial Soap ..19c
15c Pear's Unsceoted Soap 11c
4 Cakes Pure Castile Soap, 40c
All 10c straight Cigars, Includ
ing Robert Burns, William
Penn, Tom Moore, Webster,
Commercial, La. Venga, Gato,
Olinda, Barrett and others
3 for 25c
SAVERS FOR 8HAVER8
10c Williams' Shaving Soap at 5c
25c Williams' or Colgate's Shav
ing Stick for —19c
25c Shaving mugs only 19c
$1 Package Gillette Safety
Razor Blades (12) 89c
$1 Ever-ready or Ender'e safety
Razors at —-89c
76c Razor Strops 48c
25c Combs at ^19c
50c Oombs at 39c
$1 Combs at —79c
Hand Scrub Brushes, value to
3'5c—your choice at 19c
Choice of any 25c Tooth Brush
in the store al! this week at 19c
A lot of elegant Hair Brushes,
genuine bristle, all solid back
in solid ebony, rosewood and
maple, worth up to $2.60, go
ing in this sale at .$1
Chapped Hands, Cracked Skin
Cured for 15c
McNemey's Famous Hand Lo
tion—none better. Try it once.
a Messenger will deliver it promptly
Milled under most
VVhen wr «r»i 'orgairour Wobder^ui' gi^os^ng^l'Winds,^.all-.t**11
all length., iii conditions of hair, even ihe
places .,f the ^es4.iataj^.^i'^V'M6ri,«d the iotea' that aueh a thing «SS,^
We} bot ^rowrn the bair for hundreda rapidly wshieving KW*
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valu* o1 our wortc la thai we are being issltated aad ls*f*w
rersene whosa own hair w* hava actualiy grown aaii tke fwrtkar faet tha1
tava »ery fr»^nntiy m^ntionm!
to the ,.»# or "Juat aa'good") or rsfsnMI to POKO. Wa
*°B0 Hair Grower, (ths'oldest aad bset ef Its Wad.)
A. M. PUPS
of hal* aa
trylag to tell their geods CWJ1*
ganiiiaa without JM, Prafared calf
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