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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

j WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW KNOWiM KNOWe KNOWUi i e Ui W hen Shilohs s lyceum is to make its startAre start startAre startj Are we to have a Langston School building buildingWhen building buildingt buildingWhen j t When John D Fossetts nuptials are to be celebrated cele celebrated ¬ f > brated bratedIf bratedt bratedIf t If L Lawyer awyer John A Moss is a candidate for f r Jus Justice jnst jasr ¬ M r t tice of the Peace PeaceIf Peacei PeaceIf i i i If women had the right of suffrage would therebe there therebe nerev v i be a silent vote voteIf voteIf 1 If Gov Pinchback and George H HWhite White are not notabout notabout notr ttv r about due to landWhy land landWhy landWhy Why some people find it pleasant to brag of oftheir oftheir ofi i s their white ancestry ancestryIf 4 If the civil rights law in i the District of Columr Columrbia Columbi CoIumr r bia bi has been repealed repealedIf If the Negro question isnt breaking the th record recordin recordto 1 in to the length of its inning...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

i i I If I 1l J C g z ztr f tr I s 5L I 11 t ttOiVAt I L tOiVAt Q QVOL 6R0 SFAPElq = u 1 f 5i c o VOL 9 NO5 rjo 5 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY MAY 4 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS > = NEGRO NitC NitCA RO JOURNALISM AGAIN AGAINA A Practical Jou Jounslist nslist Di cusses CUS fS the theCombination theCombination theCombination Combination ot a Ft F w v Well Estab Estabhshed EstabIIshed Established hshed Ntwsptpers Nt wsp wsppere pers and Their Foicfs FoicfsIhd Po Foi CfS ccst Ihd 1 h t Imposs bill y of the Scheme SchemeMessrs Schf me m mMtssrs Messrs Fortune Mitchell MitchtJIJ Cooper CooperManly Coo CooPerhaul fr frIanly haul Manly Y Ye and Chase Nam Named NamedWe d dWe We e hear a great deal of talk now and andthen andthen andthen then about a monster newspaper com conrbination combination CODbin3tion ¬ bination from which a a national Negro Negrod Negrodaly d daly da ly ie to be evi lved Somebody from fromsomewhere fro froBomewhere fromsomewhere somewhere writes that the Richmond RichmondPlane...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

D DO t1 W ASIDlSGTON 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN r I tl tlt f9 f9H lit t The Americansocial American H social Sciences Sciences1 t 4 4U 4 Association n U t 1 BY BYROBERT ROBERT PELIrAHJR g Pf I c It is is impossible to see hoW any anyf = 3 f Ji one who attended the sessions sessions of ofJiJl ofthe JiJl the American Am fiCan Social S cial Science Associa Associaa ssocia ssociais a is tlon whIch held Its meetIng at the Co Columbian < 0 0fUB fUB lumbian lumb an University in this city duringho during duringi the t ho week of April 20th could feel at atbi i 4 all despondent for the future of the theW therace bi < race If the meeti meetings gs had been especi esA eci eciailY W ailY y arranged to gIve the colore colored pea peaf Peotheir 11 out therstrongest their theirfu theirr opportunity to bring r f l pIe an fu strongest 8tFo gest champions and give give them anopportunity an anm opportunIty to state theIr case 1leatl 1leatltheir 7 m 1f their cause and set forth the pro b r ess esss...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

THE THECOTQRED COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D a 8 8r r = I race ce question tuestion tuestionhomes but their children reared rearedm Tlre Tlren m n such uch homes with the advantages s oieducation of oftlucatlon education lucaU lucaUf on which hich their parents paren ts could couldnot couldnot will be able to compel not n o f enjoy re reA repeet peet ect where we ve c can only dem demand nd it itA itsimilar A similar sin1 lar condition prevails in In mall many manyother manyother y ycounties other otheramong counties throughout the West Westamong VestftIDong among them Green Gree County Ohio Ohiojqoyd 9hio 9hioFloyd 1 Floyd loi d and ln nd Vigo Counties Indiana IndianaVyaiidotte IndIanrvndotte Indianaandotte 1 Vyaiidotte andotte Labettem and the south southern southI south ¬ ern er i tier of counties in Kansas Lee LeeCounty LeeCounty LeeCounty County Iowa Pike County Oou ty Missouri Missouriaiid iliSS Missouriand U i iand > I and Madison lla M adison ison County Illinois While Wh...

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. — 4 May 1901

e THRIATY A AFRCAM SRCAMERICANS SRCAMERICANSAccumulating FRCAMERICANSt ICANS I Iii 1 ii i r r t Accumulating Pioperty in in the Old Dcmin Dcminion Dcmini DcminionVandalism i trj r ion ionva ionVandalism Vandalism ndaJislD In the School SchoolWol Woik WoikAmong W 0 k kI kt I t n 1 t Amon Among the People PeopleSocial Social and Re Religious Ref1 Religious f1 ligious News Notes NotesAlexandria Notest NotesAlexandria t mJ to tot t IT4 J f i Alexandria Alexandris Va V SpecIalMise Special Mis E At A ABeaton At t f t j 1 Beaton Beatonwss was in the city citySaturday Saturday Satnrday and andattended andI I < i z i attended fitten d e d the thesaeo sale I of the John J 0 h n A Sea Seaton 8 Sear ea eai < i i r ton estate Mrs Seaton pnrchseed pnrchseedseveral purchs Purchaeedi ed j jt i t if several lots of the estate including No Nof6 NoF 1 fili + F f6 South Alfred Al r street which hicb is one ne of olthe oft ofv t ifl v the most desirable building 1 Jta > ts in In the thecity the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

t i THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W WAHINfi ASHmG TONe N D G Co I THE BO BURDENS RDEFS R Et1S OF ALLFor ALL ALLFor ALLFor American AmericanVc AmericanSigh For The Colored 0 0We sigh oer the heavy burdensOf burdens burdensOf Vc may ma IDsa black the brown and the white whiteBut V VBut 1 1But Of th the a all clasped hands together togetherThe togetherburdens togetherThe But if wo The burdens would be more light lightHow lightHow How to del de deIts l with lif lifes es saddest problems problemsIts probleI problemsHoer ls lsIts > < its want and woe woeWas woeWas woeWas Its sorrow Was answered by one who suffered sufferedIn sufferedIn Palestine long ago agoVb ago1Vhen In 4 4Whn teaching in ancient Judea Judear Jude JudeOr 1 1Or Whn Vb n to and fro froHe froHe L Or 0 r journeying the worlds great sorrow sorrowAnd sorrowAnd sorrowHe He pitied p pAnd itied And bore on his heart its woe woeAnd rf rfAnd 0 0And from this heart this precept preceptTo preceptTo preceptTo And gave To ease...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

r 6 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 0 1 JJ i k i I t GOVERNOR QUVRRf ERNQ OR NASH N ASH COLORBLIND GOLQRBLINDHe COLO COLORBLINDi RBIINDH 1 81Z1 1 nl i l S He s Sees s Through Through Glasses G Gr Glasses lasses Darkly Darkly and and Ig Igv Ignores gI gIlf lf i r J v acres n res Politically Those Who Wh Elevated ElevatedHim ElevatedUlm ElevatedHim Him to Office OfficeNotes Notes otes of Candidates CandidatesCincinnati candIdatesI Ulm ff1 < I H i k A D > Cinelnnati0 Cincinnati O > Special SJecialThepolitl n nD ecialThe The political politicalpot al aldready 1 pot P Pt of already e has begun to Buzzle al although 801H ¬ t H s9 r ri though the present resent governor will be berenominatedj 1 i renominatedj renominatcd3without without opposition and andthere andfHH andt t fHH t c there will be b practically pIRct osllyn9 no contests for forother farl fort Sy Syr r l i > 7 other than minor places on the ticket ticketRepublican ticketHli ticketBub1isan Hli 1 Republican P lead...

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. — 4 May 1901

ij P j J 1 Now for the contest In the subordl enboxdnae subordlnate Bubordl Bubordln chapters of the order of tie Eas Eastern Eastern Taatern nate n te tern Sar the contention of Sisters Cole Coleman CoIEmen man and Irving as to the beat chapter chapterhas chspterhas chaptehas has born good results rasultsU Upon pon the sng suggestion snggeation snggeetion ¬ gestion made through this column that thata tha thaa a Past Matrons jewel j ew I be presented ttha to tothe tothe the Grand rand Chapter to be contested contestedfor contesterfor for by the several sev ral chapters has beep beepaccepted been beenaccepted beenaccepted accepted and Brother John W Hun Huntef Hunter Treasurer of Felix Ldgwill Lndsje Lndsjewill Ld e ewin 10 tef the will present the jewel which will be befenown beknown b bknown known as the Hunter Jewel to be becontested beCOD bi bicontested contested COD tested for by the several chapterssaid chapters chapterssaid oh p ers ersBaid said contest to be upon the exemplif...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

THE TRECOLGRED COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D 7 a C j be Colored ColoredPublished 7lmerican 7lmericanPubllhe 1 i1 Published < 1 by rx THE HE COLORED AHEBIOAST A IOAJr Pub Publishing Publlsblng Publlsbing ¬ lishing Company CompanyA s f R A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER JfEWSPAPEBPublished NEWSPAPERi n i 1 s r > Published every Saturday at 459 O cst St N W WWashington WWashington WWashin Washin Washington n D CSUPSCR1PTION C CSUBSCRIPTION Ct CSUBSORIPTION t SUBSCRIPTION RATES RATESOne RATESOne RATESOne One YaM 200 200Six 200Six 2OoSix Six months monthsThree 110 110Three 110L L Three months r rY 60 60INVABIABLY 60INVARIABLY 00i 00iJ i Y iJ a INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANOEr r 1 1 Subscriptions Subsc ptions may be sent by posloffie posloffiemoney postombei posto ue uemoney r i money order express or by registered reg1 tsred letter letterAll letteri i All communications mmunications for publication shoula shoulaToe shou shouf shoultbe f be accompanied wIth the name o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

s a aI < > i I THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W GTON D A tit 1 9 J iJ I i A GRAND BANQUET BANQUETGiven BANQUETGiven BANQUETa BANQUETA a Given b by Y t the hthe Douglass D uglass League in Honor HQnorI HQnorof Honorof H por porof I of Lieut Jos J 09 Moore MooreThe MooreThe 4 4The The above auspicious event was ush ushered ushered ushereyed ¬ ered Into being at Dabneys Auditorevening Auditori Auditorium ¬ um u m Tueslay T uesis Y evening April the IGrti IGrtiThose 16 b bThoBe uThose Those competent to lodge consider it itthe itthe itthe the greatest enterfeainmnent of Its kind kindever kindever kindI I ever given by a colored club of this thiscounty thiscou thisThe The members tp present contrib contributed contribut6d ¬ county cou co uat ty Y Yute uted ute d the thesee necessary amount smou nt for expen expenHAH expensea sea HAH the iw free list was suspended 8u ended andwith and andDwOj andwitb DwOj f fwith with this elimination of free doings doingsmany doingsmany doingsRos ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

jri WASHINGTON Dc 4 0 THE COLORED AMERICAN IS to a c I t t tV < c1 c1t i f 11111 WOULD LIKE ltO KNOW VNOWJ VNOW111l r J < 4 s si i What l is ilfhe the matter at ter withl with R iosevelt ioseveltt4 Joseve It Itt P I 111l s t t4 w ws for lun luni i > Wbyit lh it isso issoa 390 f11fficul for a woman to t tt L t 1 a i A r besmart mart without being been too smart smaItf J f e j jE have nothing tcsay to toH tot ht E Why peoP13 > eoj13 wh who f t 1 say do not keep still at the llteraries llterariesf H f i i 90 90r f color discrimination discrimlnat on continues at atthe at r the Bureau al Engraving and PrintingF Printing Printingd1 1 F 7 I Ifth f the democratic victory in in St Louis LouisL LouiEmeans L r + d1 L H means me fi an any fat fat for silvertongued J JM 3Milton M Milton lton Turner Turnert J 4 L t i If It 18 tro true that seplling se llin 8n and bistory bistorylj histor historL U are now taught t ught in In thepubl1o the public schoolsi schools > r L i lj 01 ofth...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

i 11 1 1rr THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON RAHIN TON D C G A AI < rr I t COLORED TEACHERS TEACHp RS MT MTf M r rlhe Demise of o otime f a Successful ManBalThe Man ManBal Bal Baltimore The timore time re Politics Poli PoIitlcsDjsfranc tics ticsBattle Disfranchise is meat m 1 lhe lheBattle the theBattle there Battle Cry CryLrcal CrYLc Local cal NewsBaltimore News jNewsBaltimore NewsBaltimorp Baltimore Hd b id Special SpeclalMr Mr PhilHP Phil PhiJUP Philti the ti genial and well wellknown wellknown welllip F Fknown Blackburn Blackburnprop HP proprietor prop r a tor of the Waldorf Waldorfdied Waldorfdied Waldorfdied known morning alter a short shortillness shortillnesB died last Friday Frid a y yhe of hisage his hieage hiss illness illneaage s In the t he forty first year Mr Blackburn iff an example ofthe of ofthe ofthe age colored men with tact tactand taotand tactcan the fact that can succeed in business businessHe busineEsHe businessand and integrity integrityge He came to Ba Balt...

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. — 4 May 1901

j 11 11j 1 SHE ° E COLORED bMERIClAN AMERICAN WASHINGTON B I G j > i Hi s r t t fl BASE BALL T > AT T ilt t J Jt J > AJLjSb AJLjSbMAY t wn to toU U 1 T washingtonvs Washuiigton vs1 Boston Bostont BostollMAY t f MAY UJ UJf 3 4 6 6Adrnissiori 7 7Admission f l Admission Adn1issionj j t t t Mx y 25 255OOS 255OOSt < 3c SO OQT OQTjjmt GTS GTSi i im imj j 11 t i r f 1 1r 1H I 1 f s F faitc faitcs jjmt 2 < C Jrf cl ffJg t jfW jfWJWL H 1 I 1 r 1 lt H f i OUlt C J JI j J t = i i y lit litt t uj I i Ii H HIi y s sj J tt I QLLC A ut r i j ii ii5Q 5Q 5Qi t 5Qt < ° 4 r rb JWL J i I jj jjH b i 11 11jj 11 tREE F REE I H i 4 t 1 Sample of ofLUSTORONE ofj oft t j LUSTORONE LUSTORONEto LUSTORONE LUSTORONEf f Q QI I + a to every ever one O 6 6Lf Lf 1 i r i i When vi eny you ou can save sa v e i it t by b y the timely tim sly use u stofourgreat stofourgreatc of our o great greathair greatii = ii ± c hair tonic LUSTOSONE LUSTO ONE to If your hair has hasbeen hasti I ti + been scalded bu...

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. — 4 May 1901

JJEIi a sw t Town Topics Topicstfra 0 0W tfra Mrs IrB T Tas W Allen of Le Droit Park Parkhas Parkba3 been Sfriouely jll 11 for several days daysYou daysYou has b as You can secure handsome apart apartments apartments apartHerewood ¬ Herewood at reduced reducedrates reducedratea ments mentsrates at the t e rates ratesThe rateaThe ratesTile The First Separate Battalion B tfa1Ion will willw willoW w wll9b wll9bDec n lisboN sbo oW up well on the 30th of May MayDec1 MayDec Dec ration Day DayTbe Dayfbe Daythe the Bahlmore Sal Imore Cantsta Company Companyren1ered Companyren Irae Iraea ren1ered ren 1ered red Esther Monday IYI onday even evening ID g to toa a crowded bouse at the Second Baj BajtiBt BSItlst Ba1tI6t tiBt church churchSrg churchSJg Srg g service set setr vlca at Asbury M B Echurch Echurchtom church churchtorn torn to m mw rn r w F evfiing of ll ng at it 730 Selections Selectionsfrom 8electioDBttom s it from om Emmanuel tn under the direc direction direction ¬ iton tion li on o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

MERICAN W ASHtNGTON D a aJ 14 THEI G i iJ ii J O J ii 8Ii ar ill IIiII sa car IfiIr 1IIFaIE csa GIr GIrfi iii1iiiI a 1 11 fi 1 i 4fBfi 186 N NOTDRRIVED NOTDRRIVEDf NOTDRRIVEDAMERICA T DBeBIVE 3 3rt rt f i > Ji I To THE COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICA AMERICAS AMERICAsi si siKing AI AIjr jr t l t S I i King o of all H Hair air ToniOs Poniosi 4 4m II IIi i e f11 J Jt > t ± < tt I I q1 t m 4 j 11111 I to e oIzer9t Z N < Li Lir Ii IiL H i L J1i j J r x J JH I t l c r o I s 0 0LII < e LII LIItt Q LIIQ < tt 0 1 > r ili r ri i < S n Re ognizing t thairstraighteners the ho fact that there are many SOCALLED hairgr ravers ers and andi i I i hairstraighteners now oirthe on the market arket and knowing t to a certai certainty ty that many manyr many4t r A 4t 5 4I I i of these are frauds pure and simple we wIsh to m2x make a straIghtforward straIghtforwardj straightforwardS > S j s ij i honest stat2ment statement to the colored race through thIS great paper paperthe In Inftr...

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. — 4 May 1901

jsi JL J i i iiI1 iiI1COYAR SHE COYAR COLORED D AMEBXC AMEEICANf MERI AN WASHING I = r NO HOWARD WARD UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYWashington UNIVERSITYI U I Washington D C Cjlvery CdWfnct Cct hundredant hundred hundredcompetent ments under one departments d dWfnct ct and instructorsTheo instructorsTheoeal competent ant professors peda o ogical ogicaltoryEnglish ca caf coll college ge Medical hied hiedry Legal eal Industnaland Industnalandieat Industrial an toryEnglish Otca1ng f ish Agriculture ry Forinformation information address addressRev addressr ieat 1 1 1or r D presideDt presideDtGEO 11 D D LL I E Rd RANKIN h Rev Secretary Secretaryvery RevIL GEO H IL SAn01U > jlvery very College onege Srade SradeALLEGHENY radefll radefll3cbool 3cbool 3cboolALLEGHENY cbooL cbooLALLEGHENY ALLEGHENY PA PAgLuemy PAA and IndustrIal Tradedoo1 Trade TradeSchool1or Literary Practical A Colored Boss aDd Girls Careen CarpenIf School1or 6 doo1 tor PlasterIng Painting andInterior and andInterIor If Hricklay1...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 May 1901

T 3A j A A Southern S out ottthern tier xi Pastime e t 4 TWENTIENTH CEKXUEY CIVILIZATIONt CIVILIZATIONWhen CIVILIZATION CIVILIZATIONWhen t When Spain and Mexico gloried in their Bull fights America gloried in her slave pens While the inter interest interest ¬ h est in Bull fighting is declining in Spain and Mexico America with Its characteristic thirst for amusement has hasevolved hash hasevolved hasL L h IJ Y evolved a new pastime The burning or lynching cf a Negre is s made the cession c of a gala day feast The Themayor t i mayor o of t the the e town the bit b St citizens and the public generally are invited in ted to be present Excursion trains are ar run runfrom runi runi i from fr m adjacent ad cent towns townsth the town brass band IS is secured to t furnish music mUSIC durirg the roast Chtlr Church gOIng going citizens citizensbring citizenst 1 t 1 p bring their children to witness the torture of ofa a fellow citizen who sho ho has not been before the judge Judgeor or o jury...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 May 1901

i 6 < iiiii T TA Ta > J I 0 J JI Ji A I i O i irJ I 11 14 llftM 1tflD l1nJ 1 1tYlifJO a rJ tYlifJO tbftl 1 1I I N NJLuo i ° D g 8 8I JLuo 3 3I II I L LJ1t t1 Q B p I t J1t t n pu I I bLo i iKONAL 7 KONAL 6R0 SPA PE r rVOL p I j WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY MAY 11 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS I VOL 9 NO NO6 6 A POPULAR D DIVINE DIVINERev D1 VINERev VINE VINERev Rev Walter H Brooks of This City inGreat in inGreat inGreat Great Demand DemandVirginia Virginia His Mother MotherState MotherState IotherState State Wants Him Back BackTalk Talk of his hisGoing hisGoing hisGoing Going to the 1 he Late John Jaspers Church ChurchIt the of ofRY ofR ofRev It has been rumored that name Dam H Brooks D D has hasbeen haBbeen hasbeen RY R v Waler who aretM are arethiakiaa arethiokio been freely used u d by some thiakiaa tM akinq of filling filln the pulpit madevacant made madevacant madevacant vacant by the recent death of RevJohn Rev BevJohn RevJohn Butthis But Butthis Butthlslumor Va of Richmond John Jasp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 May 1901

J RED 0 AMERICAN WASHINGTON A D 0 I I r CI J C C r f fI I S I In I n the World of of Sports SportsBY t 9 t 5 BY LESLIE WAUGH I Ijt > < jt 81 i i i J l y MAJOR TAYLORS GREAT VIC VICrORY VICrORYi V1CFORYAD TOBY TOBYABROAD i it ABROAD ABROADMajor31 ABRADJ AD ADMa J Major31 Ma Majol or Taylor Ta for the er ccloed lo ed whirl whirliWiod whirlf whirlwiod f iWiod w wiod Dd d di has once again demonstrated to tohe tod i d the he world that he has no superior su erur as arider a arider srider rider Last L st week at an Rouba Rtubax x France Francehe F Francebe tsnce tsncehe he eas ly I V outdistanced out distanced such uch s stealing stealingriders stfJ Aling Alingriders Hug Hugor or riders as Grogna Grt = 3na na and Dangla these theseriders thesej j riders ri ers are classed ch Rsed as the fastest in E Ej EH1 j jroje j H1 g roje rOJ e la a field ol thirty starters at atone atl atr r L l l one kilometer k > Iomstethewonaith he won i ith hands dow dosn dosnThe n nThe 1 The colored bo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 May 1901

r THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D a 3 4 i iMR I MR NICK CHILES I MRS NATIONS NA TIONS SAVIOR SAVIORMr SAVIORMr SAVIORMr Mr Nick Chiles Business Manager The TheSmashers TheSmashers TheSmashers Smashers Mai Mail MailAnd And TheTo TheTopeka eka Plain Plaindealer PlaindealerWho PlaindealerWho dealer dealerWho Who Went to the Relief of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs Mrs Nation When Then Deserted by theLaw the theLaw theLaw Law andOrdeiPeople andOrdeiPeopleKick and Order People PeopleNick PeopleNick Nick Chiles the present business businessmanasjer businessmana businessmanager manager mana er and owner of the Topeka TopekaPlaindealer TopekaPlaindealer TopekaPlaindealer Plaindealer and aD d business manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Smashers Mail was born in Abbe Abbeville AbbEville Abbeville ¬ ville County B C > of slave parent He Hecame Hecame Hecame came to Kansas in 1886 with only five fivedollars fivedollar3 fivedolIar3 dollars in his pocket He howeverhad howeverhadan however had hadan hadan...

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