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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 February 1902

I HE "WORLD'StPAIRCITY" VIEW- ED BY THE APPEAL MAN. a\ Compilation of a Number of Happenings, Social and Otherwise, Among the Afro Americans of the Second City This Qlorlons Union. Mrs A. Lowe, who formerly lived in New Orleans, will hereafter reside in Chicago at 2458 Dearborn street. Mrs. E. Felix, of Thirteenth street and,Armour avenue, has fully recov ered from a recent spell of sickness. THE APPEAL is without question the best advertising medium through which to reach the Afro-Americans of Chicago. Mrs. H. F. Claven, Mrs. Avendorph's mother, left for Hot Springs, Ark., Thursday morning to visit relatives for two months. Mrs. Sistear, of 78 East Eeighteenth street, was unfortunate in a shopping tour down town this week. She lost $70 in currency. The Sunday Club of Qumn Chapel is contemplating giving a banquet in the near future. President Roberts has the matter hand. Mr. "William F. Taylor, the South Side pharmacist, is prominently men tioned as a possible candidate for county c...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 February 1902

VOL. 18. NO. 6. **4*''l,''1ft N 7 ixt Sarth and Sky By Norinan Tuncan E WAS a strong, quick lad of six., f^j teen years., If big bones, blue eyes and a tow head count for 1 7 anything be had Swedish blood in his veins. It was his duty for eight hours of very working-day to fetch and carry over the girders and crosspieces, as the great cantilever bridge grew, foot by loot, out over... the- ravine. Bolts, tools, water and what not be took nimbly from place to place at the call of the workers. Most of his waking hours were spent in perilous places, high in the air, where a misstep meant death. Nobody knew who he was, and only the foreman knew where he came from. The men of the gang called him "John Bon's kid." Johnson, the brusque, gi gantic foreman, called him plain "kid," And, curiously, seemed to value the dumb affection and loyalty the waif gave him. The foreman was ready enough to re spond with his fists when the kid needed protection from the baiting of the men, which was often b...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 February 1902

V"JF? .1* v: it" a THE APPEAL, HATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN HEWSPAPEI PUBLISHED WBEKItY ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 B. 4th St., St. Paul, rtlnn. ISSUED sunnurANBousiir IN Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago* Washington, Louisville, St. Louis. i ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, f'urther Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 thority. Your friend. HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE CHICAGO OFFICE, 823-5 Dearborn St., Suite 310, C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARRISON, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: INGLE COPY, ONE YEAR $2.00 SINGLE COPY, SIX MONTHS 1.10 SINGLE COPY, THREE MONTHS 60 ..When subscriptions are by any mqans allowed to run without prepayment, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week, or at the rate of 92,40 pel year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 February 1902

i i iA ir?-^ $H' V*tKS RECORD IN MINNESO- 8alntlJf CIty rv Ch Saintly City FoUm- Ne#ajr Items o* Social, Bellffloa* as* General MattAra Among the People, Boil- 7". Mrs. C. B. Farr, who has been for some time, is improving. ill Miss Lizzie Slaughter of Chicago is the guest of Mrs. M. J. Leavitt. One or two gentlemen roomers want ed. Apply at 527 St Anthony avenue or at THE APPEAL office. Mr. W. J. Utley was fined $5 in the municipal court Wednesday for keep ing his barber shop opon On Sunday. Remember the Men's Sunday Club, at St. James's church to-morrow after noon at 4 P. M. An excellent gram. pro- How many brilliant men will Min nesota present to the Afro-American council when it meets in St. Paul next year? Etta and Clara Howard, children of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Howard, are con fined to their home with diphtheria, but are getting on nicely Mr. A. S. Weber returned last week from New Orleans, La., where he went to attend the funeral of his father, Mr. John Weber, late naval officer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 February 1902

SSIOAGO, THE "WORLD'SlFAtR CITY" VIEW- ED BY THE APPEAL MAN. V, Compilation of a Number of Happening*, Social and Otherwise, Among the ATre Amerieans of the Second City of This Worloua Onion. THE APPEAL Is wltbout question the beat advertising medium through which to reach the Afro-Americans of Chicago. Mr. B. F. Moseley, the hustling JSnglewood attorney, is able to be up and about again after an illness of several weeks. Subscribers for THE APPEAL who wish to discontinue the paper must send written notice to the office, prop* firty dated and signed. Miss Rosa E. Scott of 366 Twenty seventh street, who has been confined her home by illness for some time, is able to be up again. James A. Scott, attorney-at-law, can be found nt THE APPEAL office dur ing business hours. Prompt attention given all legal business entrusted to 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. A ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 February 1902

A Mfr- proved herself so stable that there will not be the slightest difficulty in getting her crew to make the trip. "I would sooner go in her than in a liner," said Capt. Frank T. Cable. "Should a storm come up we can sink at will un til it is over." This statement, showing perfect confidence in the stability of the boat, was made to a correspondent for The Sunday Pioneer Press who was per mitted to go aboard and inspect the little marvel on her recent trip, when she made a run from Greenport to Ne Suffolk for the purpose of trying a new and more powerful propeller. And on that trip she gave a new per formance that showed she possessed a merit that even her enthusiastic owners never gave her credit for. She proved herself a wonderful ice "breaker, going through four Inches of solid ice as If it were paper and at the same time losing little speed, to the de light of her captain and proud crew and the deep gratification of her owners. The little Fulton traveled full tilt for the ice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 February 1902

*fc VOL. 18. NO.7. c-$' ,:1-It aims topnbUsh sil the news possible- 2-It does so impartially, "wasting no words SIts correspondents re able and energetic mmm ^J is now the intention to send the W American submarine boat across the ocean. A trip of more than 1 three thousand miles over and un under the sea is contemplated for the audacious little Fulton. Should It be carried out successfully the navies of the world again will be electri fied by Yankee spirit and aaring, as the torpedo boat is only 63.4 feet over all and the intention is to send her under her own power. While such a feat woujd have been un dreamed of even a year ago, her captain and crew speak l^^SIj^^lfe probable tfor even^aftll5tr^She ttas proved herself so stable that there will not be the slightest difficulty in getting her crew to make the trip. "I would sooner go in her than in a liner," said Capt. Prank T. Cable. "Should a. storm come up we can sink at will un til it is over." This statement, showing perfect co...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 February 1902

-V! fcsWj' A RATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPEl PUBLISHED WXEaXT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 B. 4th St., St. Paul, nton. ISSUBD SIMtTLTANBOUSLT IK Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago* Washington, Louisville, St Louis. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4t & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 823-5 Dearborn St., Suite 310, C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARRISON, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: INGLE COPY, ONE YEAR. $2.OS SINGLE COPY, SIX MONTHS- 1.10 SINGLE COPY, THREE MONTHS 6 0 ,When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without prepayment, the terms art pan al orders from parties us Furthe particulars on applicationtles Reading notices 25 cents per line, each insertion. No discounts for time or space. Reading matter is set in brevier typeabout six words to the li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 February 1902

v* wbEKS RECORD 4N MJNNESO- ^V TA'S CAPJ .*"b Saintly City and Saintly City Folk* ewy Items of Social, Religion* and General Matter* Anions the People, BoU- tDovn 'J%~ ^w* Did you get a valentine? One or two gentlemen roomers want ed. Apply at 527 St Anthony avenue, or at THE APPEAL office. Jan Kubelik, greatest of living vio linists, will appear at the Metropolitan Opera House Wednesday evening, Feb. 26th. Remember the Men's Sunday Club, lat St. James's church to-morrow after noon at 4 P. M. An excellent pro gram. How many brilliant men will Min nesota present to the Afro-American council when it meets in St. Paul next year? Mr. and Mrs. Artrudoe Lee, who are lor the present sojourning in Helena, Morit:, were in the city this week a couple of days, visiting friends and ..relatives. The most popular place for people who take their meals down town iB John ^Godfrey's, No. 552 Wabasha street. Everything neat, clean and well cooked. "The Girl from Maxim's," a lively farce comedy, is und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 February 1902

fl if. I ft SKIOAGO. THE "WO^LD'SIFAIR CITY" VIEW- ED BY THE APPEAL MAN. A Compilation of a Number of Happening** Social and Otherwise, Among the Afro* Americans of the Second City of This JHorloua Union. THE APPEAL i& without question tne best advertising medium through which to reach the Afro-Americans of Chicago. Mr. B. F. Moseley, ttie hustling Englewood attorney, is able to be up and about again after an illness of several weeks. Subscribers for THE APPEAL who wish to discontinue the paper must send written notice to the office, prop* srty dated and signed. Miss Rosa E. Scott of 366 Twenty seventh street, who has been confined her home by illness for some time, is able to be up again. James A. Scott, attomey-at-law, can be found at THE APPEAL office dur ing business hours. Prompt attention given all legal business entrusted to 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...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 February 1902

h\ A Compilation of a Number of Happenings, Boclal and Otherwise, Among the Afro Americans of the Second City of Tbli Olorlous Union. Messrs. A. A. Wells and Cfaas. Jor dan are spending the winter at Thorn asville, Ga. THE APPEAL 1 & without question the best advertising medium through which to reach the Afro-Americans of Chicago. Subscribers for THE APPEAL who wish to discontinue the paper must send written notice to the office, prop* ferly dated and signed. James A. Scott, attorney-at-law, can be found THE APPEAL Office dur ing business hours. Prompt attention, given all legal business entrusted to Mr. George KeHey, 3531 Armour av enue, had the misfortune to fall from a street car Monday and is now con fined to his home by reason of the in jury- Mrs. Carrie H. Mosate^ and son, Master Burton, will soon leave for Jackson, Miss., where they will spend the remainder the winter in search, of health. Mrs. Thompson, 157 E. 18th street, lias the sympathy of "a host of friends caused b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 February 1902

VOL. 18. NO.8, 1 %P 1It aims to publish 11 the news possible. 2-It does so impartially, wasting no words. 8Itsborrespond^s are able and energetic. disease there is always a little latitude for an effort to save an honorable sol dier's name. This was done in the case of a member of the Twenty-first regiment, who went through Cuba with an Irreproachable record, and as a model soldier, gentle, honorable and brave. His company was electrified one day by his arrest In the streets of Manila. He had complained I against himself and wished to be pun ished for stealing several dollars from a i wealthy old Spanish woman. He told all he knew about It, which was that he had taken three drinks of vino out of a bottle given to him by a native, and was seized with an Insane idea to get money. I How toe entered the woman's house and stole her hoard he did not remeirfber. The surgeons made a careful study of his case and were convinced that Ire told the absolute truth. The money was -re- i turned, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 February 1902

ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 B. 4th St., St. Paul, nion. XSST7BO SXMTTOTAXraOTTSUr i Satat Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Washington, Louisville, St. Louia. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 323-5 Dearborn St., Suite 310^ C. P. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE," No. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room 9 W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARBISON, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE:' INGLE COPY, ONE YEAR. $2.0 0 SINGLE COPY, SIX MONTHS 1.10 SINGLE COPY, THREE MONTHS e ,Whcn subscriptions are by any mqans allowed to run without prepayment, the terms arc 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week, or at the rate of 12,40 pel year. Remittances should be mad* by Express Money Order, Post Office Money Order, Re gistered Letter or Bank Draft. Postage stamps will he received the same as cash for the fractional pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 February 1902

*$: V43 Cfc Satnefy Cit atad Saintly City FoTfca Newsy Items of Social, Religions General Matters Among the People, Beli ed Dora. To-day is Washington's birthday. The sick at the residence of Mr. Harry Howard are all getting along nicely. Innes and his band, sixty people, at* the Metropolitan to-morrow afternoon and night. One or two gentlemen roomers want ed. Apply at 527 St Anthony avenue, or at THE APPEAL office. Mr. Sam Black, an old time resi dent of St. Paul, was in the city this week for a few days, visiting friends. Jan Kubelik, greatest of living vio linists, will appear at the Metropolitan Opera House Wednesday evening, Feb. 26th. Remember the Men's Sunday Club, at St. James's church to-morrow after noon at 4 P. M. An excellent pro gram. How many brilliant men will Min nesota present to the Afro-American council when it meets in St. Paul next year? "Naughty Anthony" will be the at traction at the Metropolitan for the latter half of next week, beginning Thursday. Mrs. Sarah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 February 1902

I JHIC&GO. HE "WORUD'SIFAIRCITY" 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 This Morions Union. Messrs A. A. Wells and Chas. Jor dan are spending the winter at Thero asville, Ga. Mr A Hanson, 102 Larrabee street, has fully recovered from a re cent illness, and is'about attending to business THE APPEAL Is without Question the best advertising medium through which to reach the Afro-Americans of Chicago Mr N Johnson formerly of the North Side, and well known in that section of the city, is now living at Aurora, 111 Lincoln Valle, 3417 Dearborn street, formerly of the Eighth Illinois Volun teers, is thinking seriously of return ing to Cuba to live. Subscribers tor THE APPEAL who wish to discontinue the paper must send written notice to the office, prop* erly dated and signed. The Appomattox Club is enjoying an unusual season of prosperitya large number of gentltmen have recently pe titio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 March 1902

in i 1 EW YORK, Ft i. 15With the cheerful assistance^ ot" the legis lature of the State of New York, the village of Saratoga is to be made the Monte Carlo of iuncrica, and Richard Canfleld. the rich est anil most influential gambler of the Jay, is to be Prince Richard of the new. Monaco principality. Gambling: always has been one'of the jreat attractions of Saratoga, but noth ing as ambitious and pretentious as the novo now under way was ever launched liere before. While Mr. Canfltld con ?ived the soheme. Senator Brackett has Seen the active spirit and sponsor for the project. He is personal counsel for Mr. ^anfield. The senator has met with soma opposition in Saratoga, principally from pillagers who had interests in small gambling establishments, which were to his chagrin at missing the senator, who lad departed for Albany only two min lites before, he killed himself at the door the senator's office. But that is mere ly an incidentJ Saratoga, long before the war, was the mecca of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 March 1902

*ir 'X^ iMl't i I M&"\ '4-V THE APPEAL, A KATtOHAL AFRO-AMEBICAH HEWSPAPtl ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th St., St. Paul, ninn. ISSXTHD BIlrinvrANIJOTISIiT XNi atat Paul, Minneapolis, C^lcagOf Washington, Louisville, St. Louis. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, juarant Loan Bldg.iRoom81f HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, S23-5 Dearborn St., Suite 310^ C. F. ADAMS, Manager.' LOUISVILLE OFFICE, Ko. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARRISON, Manager. =a TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: iNGLC COPY, ONE YEAR- $2.0 SINGLE COPY, SIX MONTHS 1.10 SINGLE COPY, THREE MONTHS 60 {vVhen subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without prepayment, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week, or at the rate of 82,40 pel year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order, Post Office Money Order, Re gistered letter or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 March 1902

|^P^f3ggT..PACI*-B^ v^fe^** WEEKS RECORP IN MINNESO- /"VT^T^The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks- r"#& New 4 "-ifl I Item* Social, BeUgioue and General Matters Among the People, Boll* Mr. Chas. Mclntyre, wno' has been quite ill with pneumonia, is improv ing. The sick at the residence' of Mr. Harry Howard are all getting along nicely. One or two gentlemen roomers want ed. Apply at 527 St Anthony avenue, or at THE APPEAL office. Mr. J. E. Johnson, who has been out of the city for several months, was at home with his family for a few days. Mrs. J. B. Budd, who has been quite ill at the residence of Mrs. A. E. Meyers, 20 ,W. Exchange street, is re covering. Fred Irwin's Majesties will consti tute the attraction at the Star thea tre. This is one of the best organiza tions that has ever visited our city. The Elks' Minstrels drew an im mense crowd to the Metropolitan Opera House last night. They give a performance this afternoon and to night. The most popular place for people who ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 March 1902

i!f IS 4 ?SI0A60.^^" VME"WORLD'S|FA!RClTY" VIEW E THE APPEAL MAN'.!/ Compilation of a Number of Happenings, *ocla! and Otherwise, Among the Afro AmericAns of the Second City of ThJa Glorious Union. Mrs. Anna Pettis, 3642 Dearborn street, has entirely recovered from lier recent illness. Rev. J. P. Thomas, of Olivet "Baptist church, has returned from a trip to Hot Springs, Ark., much improved in health. THE APPEAL Is without question the best advertising medium through which to reach the Afro-Americans of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oatts, 5539 Jefferson avenue, left last Monday for Binghamton, N. Y., where they will hereafter reside/ Mrs. Chartes Bunch, 5501 Lake ave nue, after a sickness of many weeks, Is convalescent to the delight of her numerous friends. Subscribers tor THE APPEAL who wish to discontinue the paper must aend written notice to th8 office, prop* erfy dated and, signed. Wanted to find the whereabouts of John and Nate Sonto, sons of Del Sonto. Address THE APPEAL, 32...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 March 1902

**w i ""WMam mmm 'W8SUBI-' TOL. 18. NO. 10. months, an I knowed it couldn't be that 1 a feller that hadn't only been married that long could be, loaded down .so heavy with the glums as Evander was when he come in ark' sot down, not unless some thin" was. up, .......:.*..vl 'Evander,' says T* how's the folks?* "Evander give hte head a shake. ?-'v.'.% I' ''Dan'l,' says he, 'the ooreasonableness o' woman folks beats all natur,' says he. "That w?.'d puttin' the 'firr/uative side o' the question consarned positive at the be ginnin' an' as there wasn't no prize bein' offered, as I knowed on, for the best argufy In' on t'other side of it, an' as it mowt be that maybe I'd sort o' ruther take the 'flrmative side of it anyhow, I didn't see no p'int in my runnin' up" ag'in Evander an' callin' for whys an' where fores. So I jest lit my pipe, an' by an' by says: I 'Evander,' I says, 'is your folks ailin,' any of 'em?' 'Dain'l,' says he, puttdn' it to me square on* the nail, 'Do I look as if I co...

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