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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

< JS it itit it SOME FREAKS FREAKSA A F Few V Persons and Things Which May MayExist MayJExist Mayt t F Exist but Who Has Seen ThemThis Them ThemThis Themi i ii This is an age when the wayfaring wayfaringanan wayfarinman J i man though a fool is on the lookout lookoutfor lookoutTfor lookoutfor for novelties noveltIesthe the unusual the rare rareJBolomon rarei8olomon rareSolomon Solomon may not have been mistaken mistakenwhen msstakenwhen 1 when he declared that There is noth nothT DO th thing tbjjng ¬ MI T ing new under the sun sunJ but all are areebary areti 1 = charY about ab Jut taking him at his wordY wordand word wordand ti 1 and continue to ecraf pcratch cra ch cu beads with the thehope theA thet t Y A a hope of finding the new thing that n none none > 11 one els else 9 has ever seen or thou thought ht of ofThe ofl ofThe l The white elephant of Barnum JoJo JoJothe JoJoi fi i the dog dogfaced faced man the bearded lady ladythe lad ladthe 1 t the tatooed prince niece Tom Th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

> 12 SHE HE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D a E s it MRS WILLIAM SCOTT SCOTTSpecial SCOTTl SCOTTSpecial l Special Agent And Lecturer for the HomeMission Home HomeMission Home0n Mission ssi 0n Society SocietyTfca Societyg SocietyThe 1 t ti g i 1 1I I J 1J 1 The Christian Banner Bann6ri Bannerlira B nn r i 1 x f lira IrS William Scott the special agent agentnd agentnd agenti i p cud nd lecturer for the Home Mission MissionSociety MissIonSociety M1 8810n 8810nSociety Society speaks to more white audience audiencetfcan audiencethan 1 than apy ayb other Negro in this country countryend country countryand oonntrY1ii ii and has a great opportunity to deend deendthe de end endi 1 i the he Negro against a ainstthe the many newspaper newspaperarticles newspaperarticles new paper paperarticlea articles that put nim in in a bad light lightbefore lightbefore a I before the public She speaks on as asaverage a a aaverage n nt t average to five audier ces of white pee pecpie peepIe ec ece e pie ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

ii > i c4 p 0 O > 1TIJ i it dc r THE TH E RA E IN BUSINESS BUSINESSOhio BUSINESSAmeticatis B USINES3Ohio Ohio Afrc AfrcAmeiicana Ameticatis Pool Their Money Moneyand Mene Mcneyand Y Yand and are Handsomely Paid PaidCjlumbus PaidCJlumbus Paidjlumbus Cjlumbus jlumbus 0 X Special 8peci 1 If the exam examr exampI of six Afro Americana of C lum lumb r pI p > i < b is O Os was wa accepted Rect pted and followed by bymen by byCll byclI Cll CL 1 red redountzp men ill various cities of the thecoautiy theCDuut1Y theCL coautiy it is would not bs many years yearsbefora yearsbefore c cbefore before the be race would have attained a afinancial 8financial anclal Ana AnaAbout financial nclal standing of some importance importanceAbout i pDrtance pDrtanceAbout About a yar ago a hs htlt b 1 t dozen w well Wtlknew wellIwo 11 11kacwacoorsd kt1 kacwacoorsd knew Iwo I co orad men got together ana anadecided anadecided de deifienc decided clued to form a cooperative invest investment investwen...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

a Th ThI THE COLORED AMERICAN AMERICANa a a a 8R 8Ri 8R6f11 I SIr tIII Q8 IIIil Sit 45iP QE GiS dB CBI 4 4I ti tis II 6f11 i1IprJi14JI s 1 i I loBE B N T DBeE D E e E I VBO V E D DY DIi 111 Ii i Y t f I To THE COLORED COLOR PTD PEOPLE PEO PLE OF AMERICA A MER IC4 IC4i 1 t tI 1 i King of all Hair Tonios 9 9L t tE L i I t tlA E OZONO Z E Nt I 1 1i 1x x Yil + 3e lA lAi i 0 1 I r D If 9 I ld ldIi C ldC < C Ii t i i n i i > Recognizing a ar the fact that there are many SO CALLED hairgrowers hair growers and andliairstraighteuers antir I r r G i i hairstraighteners now on the market arket and knowing knowing nowit a g to a certainty certai ty that many manyof 7 L fffi e of these are frauds pure and simple we w e wish Ish to make m ke a straightforward straightforwardii straightforwardhonest i ii honest statement to the colored race through this great greats paper In Ine Inthe s the e year 1871 onr late secretary Mrs S M Moore through h a fortunate fortunatecircumstance fortunateT 5 ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

rr r rfiHE THE Tli COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON IX D ti 15 HOWARD UNIVERSITY1 UNIVERSITY1Washington UIJIVERSITV UIJIVERSITVWashington UNIVERSCTVWashington Washington D CN C CRev cTEN departments under one hundredcompetent hundred hundredcompetent distinct TEN N competent professors and instructorsTheo instructorsTheolOgical instructorsTheocal lOgical cal Medical Legal College peda Pedaogicat PedaogicatPreparatory ogicaI ogicaIPfeparatorv English Agriculture Industnalana IndustnalanaMusical Industrial an anMusical Preparatory Forinfonnation address 0Rev 0 0Rev Musical Rev J T E RANKIN D IX D 11 LL IX D President PresidentGBO PresidentGao I IGBO1L Gao GBO1L H SAFFORD Secretary SecretaryCollee Secretaryo11ege I IIvery Ivery Collee o11egeScIooL onfge trades tradesALLEGHENY radefl radeflgcbool ScIooL gcbool gcboolALLEGHENY ALLEGHENYPractical ALLEGHENY PA PAproflte PAA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade TradeSchool A for Colored Boss and aD d Girls Carpentry Carpen Carpentry School ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 April 1901

C < of o F MYTHOLOGY MODERNIZED t r rv f 1 v t I I Iy Iif t y THE TH E MONUMENT THAT IS B BEING EIl + ERECTED IN I THE SOUTH SOUTHLaocoon SOUTHt TH THtr if who bo in t vain warred biB hfscountsymen lrshis in Troy n p to t either of Apollo or Nepttmp tr trLaoeoon to claFsic clof sic legend a priest alcordinl cordm Laocoon a r fiTll of the wooden nrrs hf rs1 In t ltIiDH8 ands and andwas the Greeks in theIr rretemhd g conntrymen of o1tune the deceIt Praciiceo praCl ceo by from the sea Th The firs fi3pte rtU tpl eo onft on 1 wh hH y eti tl came eats w eeJ pents b two enOl oaot DO 8 wIth his two f Foiis OliB by destroyed alon slong Homeric Homericbut Homericbut HomericF was s e tr01ed them involved hucsef in their ooPs This legend i m nOl ft j his children and when he attempted baa ba found to rescue expression exnr Eslon in ma marble be iu 1i1 the eel celel el rated group grCt rcpt p of If tie tl e L exhumed on the iheEgquilme thei F 1 i but of ofJater later oiigin oil in Tbi lbh myt...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

j Ot Otv i AL ALi v U I i r QLONI j jAipAiAt AipAiAt EGRO SPAPEt H VOL 9 NO3 NQ 3 WASHINGTON W D 3 DO C SATURDAY APRIL 201901 20 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS HON h h1 P l lngres CHEATHAM CHEATHAMAn CIi ATEe M An ExCongressman ExCongres Ex Co CoWith ngres man Who is Popular PopularWith PopularWith With all Classes Cla ses His Clean Record as asRecoraer asReconter asof Recorder of Deeds for the District of ofColumbia ofCoun1bia Columbia ColumbiaAbility and His Splendid Executive ExecutiveAbility ExecutiveAbility Ability Abilityfto Abilityo fto o leader leaderor of the race is S better known knownor or more highly esteemed by the mem meinera members memberB bers b era of his own and of the AngloSax AngloSaxon on bon race than Hon H P Cheatham Cheathamthe Cbeat Cheathamfficrent ham hamthe the able and efficient E Eof Recorder ol Df Deeds Deedsof eda ed edof of theDistriclof the Dlstrictof Columbia Mr lr Cheat Gheatama Oheatams Cheatam ama am e career his amiable ami ble qualities his hiseasine...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

± 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D ii G A REPRESENTATIVE CLUB WOMAN WOMANProminent WOMANt WOMANProminent t t Prominent in to Social and a nd Club Circles CirclesActive CirclesActive Circlesa CirclesActive 11 Active in Charitable r Work and in inMeasures inM inMeasures a Measures M easure for Bettering the t he Condition Conditionof ji t of the Women of the Race Generally GenerallyThe General1yt General1yThe GenerallyTie tf n nKl t The subject of our sketch Mrs MrsAmanda MrsAmanda 4 3 Amanda Miller Millers Is is a native of the state stateof stateof 1 of Georgia but has resided in New NewYork NewYork NewYork York City long ion enough to become alull a alull afull lull fledged New Yorker though re retaining retainlng retaming ¬ taming all of her Southern characteris characteristics characteriEt characteristics ¬ t tics for genuine hospitality ho pitaIity for her herfriends herfriends herfriend friends s and symPath9for sympathy for the stranger strangerand strangerand strangerand a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D De a How Freedom Came CameBY J BY JOHNNY Say safftlister Mister what are your you politics politicsTbe politicTbe po1iticThe Tbe people who in gratitude lor or theirfreedom their theirfreedom thEirfreedom freedom feel eel that they must be PePubIn Repub Republicans b blieane ¬ licans are erasta in my opinion very much muchmistaken muchmistaken mistaken mi minY sta en My father raised a compa company company ny and was its captain in the civil war warmany warmany wariTly of nay relatives were in in the theranks theranke many e eran ran ranks kranks and andwho General Benjamin Butler Butlerwho Butlerwho who w wthe discovered the legal means to free freethe freethe the slaves by calling them contraband contra contraband cntraband band of war was a rot distant cou cousin cousin coun ¬ to feel proud of oftheir oftheir sin al altheir n so I have reason their enthusiasm in what they consid considered considered considered ¬ ered a good cause causeI I reg...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

r = i 2 SHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 1 = I q i r lAN 1ANProminent lANProminent A REPRESENTATIVE CLUB WO WOi Prominent in Social aDd Club CirclesActive Circles Circlesjo Active in m f hatitabIe Work and in int inF jo L F t L easure for Bettering the ConditionJi Condition Conditionof of the Women of the Race General1y General1yc General y yThe Ji c The subject 01 our sketcb Mrs MrsAmanda Mrst Amanda Miller is a native of the state stateof statel t l of Georgia but has resided in New NewYork Newi i i ± t York Oity long enough to become af a ar f r full fledged New Yorker though retaming re retaining taming all of be her Southern chalacteriE chalacteriEt characteriEtics t tics for genuine eDuine hospitality ho pitality for her herI herfriends hert I t 1 + friends and sympathy sYmPathyforthe tor the stranger strangerand strangerand and the unfortuDst 0 who have a claim llaimupon 1 = upon her kind and generous heal t She Sheis 7 is 8 woman of SUong stlon convIctions lov loving loving...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

r THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON Ds a f3 3 GCG000 G GGC GGGC i GG G C GG GGHow How Freedom Came CameBY ti BY B JOHNNY E Say Sa Y Mister what are you our po1itic po1itict t The T people peoplefro who in gratitude for y thEir 1 fro freedoM om feel l that they must be Repub RePuljansed RepubI I HeaDs ltc ansed areom are In my opinion very mnch m ch chi i mistaken IYl istahen Iy father raIsed a compa compaJ J ny n nk aDd was its captain in the civil war warmany k many of my relatives were in theranks the theI I ranks and General Benjamin Butlerwho Butler But1erI I who discovered the legal meaDS to free freethe freecallin E the slaves s by callin calling g them uc contra > ntra ntraband e EE E band of war was a rot r ot distant con cousin sin sm n ntheir so I have reason to fefl proud of oftheir their enthusiasm in what they consid considered considr r i ik k ered e red a good cause causeI I regard regardonly the work of such men as asonly only half if however in the great move movem...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

< 7S > < < i < I s < C h 4 THE TH n COLORED il3JVi1L J AMERICA SSillEtt7VtiNj WASHINGTON 8Hlti i G TO N g D is C a < LA LAIf t If iI i AMONG NGiTii TIii liPEOPLE I J k < I 1Y f BY HERBERT GIBSON GIBSONr C Cm IBSO r i m xti f i y New T ew YoxkCitjr York C1ty3t City K Y Yi Special SpecialTo SpecialTothe Tt Ttthe a 5 5a w the adiniiiiig s 1n 1iLg a puolic theatrical life lifeseems lifer < r seems but one on chain c am of hPP hPPoiciIlg happiness a mess i ioieing Ie IeolcinR d oieing and meirynasikiag meIrym akmg lDg but in reslit realIty realItylt > y yIt 11 is one continual eortunu d struggle lot to 1 fcupiem fcupiemscy tU t o1remend lem lemsoy soy and s a lue or hara study and rthesrabls rt rthedTJs rehe j hedTJs he ShJs day and night and even Sun Sunday Sunasy ¬ 1 day Very 61Y lew e ptople Ever Uiin U think nk 01 01tb 01l xi x 7 tb l e haiuships h lt1sl1 PS that thallht the actor ana SDGbctress SDGbctresshhve actress actresshave r > have to endure T ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

THE HE COLORED D AMERICAN AMERICANWAS WASHINGTON HIN GTO N D OL 0 6 FIRST BAPTISM BAPTISMChristening BAPTISMe HER H Hc ER of Little Lucile A Mooret Moore MooreRev oore ooreRev Christening t e C Albert Johnson Conducted the theBeautiful theBeautiful theev s J R Rev ev Beautiful Bcaut Bcautv lf uI Service With V ith Becoming Beconl ng Dig DignitvNotes Dl DlnityNotes nitvNotes nitvNotesA v Notes Notesn social function took tookace tookrace A most peasant p l n ltl3 ant at the residence reel reelJames dente of Mr and Mrs liraraCe Mrsimes r8 r8aD1eB race ace tf James imes aD1eB R Moore e e1 e1last 1160 20thth streets street n ntf nlast last Wednesday ednesd aY evening The oc ocJaion occ ocp ocphristeninto Jaion c a91on 9lon was the christening c cc of Miss Lu Luciie Lutlle Lua91on Davis Moore the only onlyeasing onlytes3ing one ciie c ile A Augustus u gu3tus which the stork has brought broughtthis tes3ing gt3 gt3this easing ing this hPPV happ v yonn Y oungcouPle coupte Rev J I t MRS JAME...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

< > c > > e THE COLORED CO LORED AMERICAN N WASHINGTON W ASHINGT ON D > CI C I > la I r lL > 1 A 1 C PROF J HENRY LEWIS J f AN ORATORIO BY COLORED COLOREDJ MUSICIANS MDSICIHSFor MUSICIANSFor MUSICIANSM < 7 r ° c For Forr M the first time within the history historyof histor Y Ys s of ourljcal our I ma csl colored musicians mu iicians a suc successful succesarol suecesful ¬ r cessful attempt has been made to pre present preF prer prebent ¬ s F Bent an oratorio solely under their ausPleea aus auspices SUBplces pices All former attempts attem pt3 have been beenmade beenmade beenq made under the direction of white whitetrainers whItetrainer3 whitei i q 2 2i trainers The Th last effort of that kind kindwas kindoJ kindti i x ti oJ was math mad by a chorus selected by MrR Mr MrB MrR R W Tompkins at that time con connected connetted ¬ I 1 nected with the Fifteenth Street Streetchurch Streeti i 1 > 1 church choir and this chorus which whichpresented whichr f t t r I...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

Tf THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G 7 LOOKING INTO THE PAST PASTOld PASTOld PASTold Old Comrades Discuss War Issues and the theprogress theproress the theDisfranchisement progress of Disfranchisement in the theSouth the80uth Soot South h What h at the Future May Bring BringSpirit Bnl1 Bnl1pirit tit Mountain Iountazr Ore Oct 20 201900 201900y 20J 1900 19001y Spirit pirit P P1I9 i Old C CjmradeYour lastletcer last lastleuer lastever Dear 1I9 + 1y y made me have a good old cry at attbaM attba l ever lthat tbaM tba that lilce lice where ere you spoke of being beingtaken beingtaken beingtaken taken down bedfast and never expect expecting expecting expectagan ¬ of that thatoil thating account et again on ing to get upoil up oil wound in 1 n your side that you got Ofc at atthe atthe at atthe the Battle of the Wilderness ildernesB How well wellit wenit wellit back to me how bo w a fair fairhaired fairhaired faiiballed it all came haired boy not yet out ol his hiateeas teens lay layuadly ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

r y WASHINGTON D DO I Q Q 8 THE COLORED AMERICAN f F be 0 golored lored loredrsE 7Ill1erical1 7Ill1erical1PubUBe irericai irericaii i a P PubUBe b ed < 1 bv rsE B CoLORED AXEBIOAK 3 xTOA RT0 5 Pub PnbsVithg Pubf Publl f l1blng ll b sVithg Cempany CempanyKATIOKAL Cempanyo CompanyI o I zIOAL A KATIOKAL NEGRO NWSPAP NWSPAPFubliahed 3TEWSPAPEB 3TEWSPAPEBbilafcd NEWSPFERf f PubUahed bilafcd every Saturday at 459 C St N WWsshlngton WD W WWasMntoa WasMntoa D C CSUBSCRIPTION CSUBSORIPTION Cr Ci r i r < SUBSCRIPTION RATESone RATES RATESOne RATFi 200i 200 i One year yearSix a i r Six months monthsThree 110Thrce 110 p months 60 60INTABIABLY 0 i Three T INTABIABLY fl NY ABIABLY 11T RTy IN ADVANCE ADvANOEY ADvANOESub ADVANCESubscriptions ADV ANOE ANOEj ANOE8u Y j z Subscriptions 8u Sub criptions pUons may oe sent Dy postoffice postofficemoney postoII poSlotncemoney ce cemoney money order express expr or by b registered letter letterAll letterAll shouldaccompanied should shonldbe shouldbe 1...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

i > > > i THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON fl 9 IN THE GREAT WEST WESTA A Social and Religious World V orld CelebrateEaster Celebrate CelebrateEaster CelebrateEaster Easter With G Gnees Great Beauty and Gorgeous GorgeousneSsSome GorgeousnessSome neSsSome nees Some Leaders in Social World WorldThe W WorldThe orld orldThe The Clubshicago Clubs ClubsChicago ClubsChicago The first Easter EasterSunday EasterBunday C Csun Chicago hicago Ill Special S pecislThe Twentieth Century is iseone isgone sun Sunday day o oone of f the out for Chicagoans in a ahalo ahalo ahalo gone one It passed to tobad tobedeoma tobad Wheat the sun went halo of glory where behind the West the theKay theatr theair bad bedeoma some air though t frosty was full of IYIUSICgay music musicJlay Kay colors and fine weathers Every Everybody Everybody Everybody body was on parade Everybody Every body wap wapdressed wa wadressed wadressed dressed the finest and everybody was wasaa wasaa wasae and serene s reDe as a m...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

H i THE COLORED AMERICAN ICAN WASHINGTON IX Q iITa STILL SOUNDING PRAISES PEAISESThe PRAISESThe PRAISESfix fix i The Onliest and Greatest Race NewsY News Newspaper Newspaper ¬ i t Y paper paperThe paperThe The Colored American Amer can one of the theleading theleading 5 leading race journals journal of the country 1fU 1f ifnot 1fJ U J not in fact the leading l ading one has has recent recently recently ¬ 1 ly donned a a new dress and is more morereadable mOleJ1 morereadable J1 readable than ever The editorial an announcement anI any anyis ¬ I nouncement in in part partWithout is as follows followsWithout foIl wa waeit eit Without parade brass bands blowing hlowingtrumpets blowingi t i trumpets or fuss and feathers TheColored The TheColored TheColored Colored American today tads makes ins i s bow bowto bowto bowto V to its 100 000 readers in a new dress dressAlways dressi 1 i Always Al ways alive to modern ideas in make makFk makFup makeup ¬ k t 1 up and alert to adopt that which is ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

r w fI THE COLORED AMERICAN W WASHINGTON D C 11 THE KINGS DAUGHTERS DAUGHTERSTl3e The V C T U aDd Kings Daugh Daughrd Daughterd Daughtern church churchunite CHurchonIte churchto tern rd Of the 19th Street Baptist extending to their friends a adlpl acordISI in e its un unite cordial uncordial dlpl invitation to a reception r ceptl0n Friday Fridayeveom Fridayevenin Fridaynl April 19 1901 at the 19sh 19shStreet 19 19theye h hStreet eye eveom nl Street Baptist chore church h corner I street streetnV streetn streetccasloll nV n IL W the occasion o ccasloll being bcn g gathering a of ofall ofall ofIL all the working wargincrrEetings forces of the church to toexchange toexcbange toall exchange greetings crrEetings in a social s cial way wayffith waywith ways church membership and the thecongregaion tbecongrega theR the s R with ath i congregaion congrega e Qngregaionpress jon Mrs 8 Willie Layton Laytonpresident Laytonpresident ° president press dent Baptist BaptistI t Womans Convention Con...

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